Andy Boardman Obituary – PC Andy Boardman passed away while serving with the West Mercia Police, according to the department’s announcement. He has a wife and two children of his own. At this time, our thoughts are with the family of PC Boardman, as well as his friends and those who worked closely with him. During his shift at Broseley, Shropshire, on April 11, PC Boardman grew ill and fainted while on duty.
“This is a terrible shock for everyone who knew Andy, and my thoughts, as well as the thoughts of everyone at West Mercia Police, are with his wife, Luci, their two daughters, and all of his family, friends, and colleagues,” said Chief Constable Pippa Mills. “My thoughts, as well as the thoughts of everyone at West Mercia Police, are with his wife, Luci, and their two daughters.”
Andy was liked and respected by his coworkers across the force, and the communities that he served acknowledged and welcomed his presence. Andy also had a positive impact on the lives of the people he served.When Andy started feeling ill, he was working with paramedics from the West Midlands Ambulance Service at a scene of an accident. “I want to express our deepest gratitude to the paramedics who did everything they could for Andy, as well as the officers who were there with him,” I want to say.
“Andy is in a much better place now because of their efforts.” After starting his law enforcement career in West Midlands Police in 2007, Andy moved on to West Mercia Police in 2015 to continue his career. Before becoming a member of the police force, Andy served for a total of seven years in the military. Kidderminster, Stourport, and, most recently, the Broseley and Much Wenlock Safer Neighbourhood Team were all locations that he worked in while he was employed by the West Mercia Police.
Luci, Andy’s wife, has conveyed her appreciation to his coworkers and members of the general public who have sent kind and considerate messages of support to her and the rest of the family during this difficult time.