A long-tenured Secret Service agent has sadly passed away this weekend.
Agent Keith Mills, who served two different presidents, died during training this weekend at the Bush compound in Maine.
His death is considered a line-of-duty death.
The actual circumstances of the death are being kept very close to the vest.
We do know Agent Mills was working at the Bush compound in Kennebunkport, Maine.
Mills was doing some sort of training when he reportedly collapsed and later died.
The death was confirmed by his brother, Todd Mills.
Mills was initially a member of the Kennebunkport Police, having joined the force in 1992.
In 2002, he left the force to join the Secret Service.
During his career, he has been assigned to protect both George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush, a role he held until his unfortunate death.
After hearing of his death, George and Lara Bush said they “were saddened by the sudden loss of Keith Mills.”
Bush added that Mills was a “dedicated public servant and exemplary member of the United States Secret Service.”
Mills was 50 years old.
Rest in peace, Agent Mills, and thank you for your service.
Source: Fox News