MARSHALL COUNTY, WV (WTRF) — You may recall the story on Marshall County Sheriff Deputy Nate Klempa’s K-9 Spartan.
Spartan was battling stage 4 cancer and has passed away. This is why the Benwood Fire Department paid tribute to Spartan with a flag-raising memorial Saturday.
God tells you to do the right thing. God tells you to do the right thing because there’s good people and like I said we love Nate, we love his dog, and that’s how it is.John Waldrum, firefighter for Benwood Fire Department
Those at the Benwood Fire Department say Spartan was more than a man’s best friend, he was a special service dog to the community.
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