GAINESVILLE, Ga. — UPDATE: The funeral services have ended. Watch it below:

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The Hall County Sheriff's Office has finalized plans for the funeral and procession for fallen Deputy Nicolas Blane Dixon.

Funeral services for Dixon, who died Sunday night in the line of duty, will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday at Free Chapel Worship Center in Gainesville.

Parking on the campus will be designated for family, law enforcement, media and the public. Additional parking is available at the Hall County Government Center in Gainesville. 

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At the conclusion of the services, a procession will leave Free Chapel for interment at Memorial Park Cemetery. Law enforcement patrol vehicles with flashing blue lights will line each side of the roadway along the route. The procession, including the funeral caisson, will pass through the center en route to the cemetery.

The Hall County Sheriff’s Office said they welcome members of the community to line the procession route to celebrate the life and contributions of Dixon.

Roadways used during the funeral procession will be completely closed from approximately 11:45 a.m. until the procession concludes. Motorists are asked to take alternate routes.

Because of space constraints at the cemetery, graveside honors will be live-streamed to Free Chapel for members of the public in attendance at the funeral.

PROCESSION ROUTE FROM FREE CHAPEL:

Turns right on McEver Road
Turns right on Browns Bridge Road
Turns right on Memorial Park Drive
Turns right into Memorial Park Cemetery

Dixon Funeral Information
Hall County Sheriff's Office

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