Reagan County Sheriff's Deputy Josh Mitchell was shot and killed last Wednesday while attempting to serve a warrant.
Lubbock County Sheriff Kelly Rowe said he sent a seven man group three hours South to Big Lake-- to pay their respects.
Also, people from all across the nation and beyond either came or sent their condolences.
"We've gotten stuff from Michigan and Wisconsin and I think there were flowers from Canada brought here," Reagan County Sheriff Jeff Garner said.
We're told Deputy Mitchell's boss, Sheriff Garner was pretty torn up after the shooting.
Wednesday he held strong as he talked about his friend.
"You loved being around him and you loved him being a part of what you were doing," Sheriff Garner said.
Deputy Mitchell, who was 26- years- old when killed, had been a part of the Reagan County Sheriff's Department since high school.
Sheriff Garner said the entire office will miss him tremendously.
"That flag sitting over there, that honor flag that's been traveled millions of miles was here for Josh. To show what we think of him," Sheriff Garner said.
After the funeral, flags were given to Deputy Mitchell's family and Sheriff Garner.
An honorable symbol to keep in memory of a man who lost his life, doing what he loved.
A DPS official said the man who allegedly shot and killed Deputy Mitchell is dead.
Authorities say Marcus Madison shot himself in the face at the end of a 17-hour standoff.
Tuesday afternoon, he was taken off life support.
Madison's body was transported to Lubbock this afternoon for an autopsy.