(Photo Courtesy Jeremy Barr)
(Photo Courtesy Cooper Elementary School)
(Photo Courtesy Cheney Elementary)
(Photo Courtesy Delane Butler)
(Photo Courtesy Valerie Ahlf-Vazquez)
(Photo Courtesy Carol Carlson)
(Photo Courtesy Lea Glenn)
Washington Elementary wore blue today to support Deputy Kunze and our local law enforcement.
Benton Elementary students waiting for Deputy Kunze's funeral procession. (Courtesy: Sandie Collier)
Sedgwick County Meridian tag office employees honor Deputy Kunze.
Many showed up at the corner of 119th and Maple for Deputy Kunze's funeral procession. (KSN Photo)
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School held a special jeans day to "Back the Blue" to show our support of Deputy Kunze's family and all law enforcement officers. Students and faculty wore blue and raised $1,440.87 for Deputy Kunze's family.
A flag is placed over 119th Street by the Wichita Fire Department before the processional for Deputy Robert Kunze. (KSN Photo)
Blu Nightclub places a banner outside thanking Deputy Kunze for his service. (KSN Photo)
Residents line the processional route for Deputy Robert Kunze. (KSN Photo)
Flags line the route before the processional for Deputy Robert Kunze. (KSN Photo)
Staff and residents of Mt. Hope Nursing Center honoring Deputy Robert Kunze and the law enforcement family.
Benton Elementary is along Deputy Kunze's funeral processional route. The school used his badge number to decorate a fence.
Benton Elementary students dressed in blue to remember Deputy Robert Kunze.
A woman ties a blue ribbon to street pole in honor of Deputy Kunze.
Alan Kilpatrick is wearing blue today in support of Deputy Kunze.
Connie Flicker sent these photos of her family wearing blue today in support of Deputy Robert Kunze.
Elizabeth Phillips sent us a photo of her dog Gizmo wearing blue in support of Deputy Kunze and family.