Monday, January 28, 2019

It's National Coroner & Medicolegal Death Investigator Week

Mesa County Commissioners recognize the Mesa Coroner's Office for the hard work they do in our community by proclaiming January 27 through February 2, 2019, as National Coroner & Medicolegal Death Investigator Week in the Grand Valley. Pictured above from left: Commissioner John Justman, Coroner Victor Yahn, Commissioner Rose Pugliese, Investigator Nina Strayhorn, and Commissioner Scott McInnis. Not pictured here is Investigator Chuck Nelson who was covering the office.

The Board of Mesa County Commissioners this morning proclaimed January 27 through February 2, 2019, as National Coroner & Medicolegal Death Investigator Week in Mesa County and call upon residents to take this opportunity to thank our local Coroner and Medical Death Investigators for the hard work they do in our community. 



Mesa County Coroner Victor Yahn accepts the National Coroner & Medicolegal Death Investigator proclamation in public hearing Monday (Jan. 28) morning.

The Mesa County Coroner’s Office investigates approximately 660 cases and conducts about 150 autopsies per year, the Coroner and his staff recognize each death reported to the Mesa County Coroner’s Office represents the death of a person whose absence is grieved by relatives and friends. 

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