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Gifted By
Lakeisha Anderson-Jordan
Honoring
Terrell
Jordan

To my dear husband

We miss you and love you dearly, your legacy will live on through our son, you will never be forgotten.
Gifted By
Robin Webb
Honoring
John
Holmes

Memorial

Never forgotten!
Gifted By
CK Knight
Honoring
Christopher W.
Knight

Grateful

I’m so honored to have been apart of the 34th annual National Police Week! Everyone made us feel so loved! I really felt like people understood my pain and I theirs! I’ll come again some day a be a light for others in their darkest moments! This event is so needed and I’m grateful for you all! 🙂 CK
Gifted By
Gary Thorne
Honoring
Steven Bradley
Meiley

Served in Honor

He was compassionate, helpful and kind. He was a very special person to us and we love him and miss him. I thank God that he was in my life. Our deepest sympathy and condolences to his parents and family. With deepest love, uncle Gary and aunt Margie Thorne
Gifted By
Ken Thomas
Honoring
all
all

maple grove police dept

thanks for your bravery and loyalty to maple grove
Gifted By
Kim Landini
Honoring
John
Gibson

In Memory of

EOW July 24, 1998 United States Capitol Police
Gifted By
Kim Weston
Honoring
Chris
Bardwell

EOW 2/1/2022

You will never leave our hearts.
Gifted By
Bill Roachie
Honoring
Manny
Familia

Officer Manny Familia Worcester PD

For selfless dedication to honor and duty. Manny Familia epitomizes that courage with his life and service should never be forgotten.
Gifted By
Ty Olson
Honoring
TC
Olson

Thank You from Nashville

Growing up a cop’s kid is a specific experience. Each member of the family experiences the highs and lows in their own way – and the bottom line is a lesson of appreciation. Through thick and thin, we see the importance and hold a personal appreciation of each person who puts on a uniform. My dad came home every morning or night after his shift. Thank you to those who risk a different story as they hold their badge. And thank you to those who know too well what is on the line.
Gifted By
Tracey Mangold
Honoring
Kenneth
Mangold

In honor of

Thank you for your service Kenny.
Gifted By
Marion Chellew
Honoring
Lucas
Chellew

Beloved son

Evil triumphs when good men do nothing. A good man’s name is on this memorial. Lucas, son, brother, father, uncle is forever missed and never forgotten.
Gifted By
Mary Gieseler
Honoring
Michael
Langsdorf

Honoring Michael

We will always keep our nephew, Michael Langsdorf, E.O.W. 6/23/2019 in our hearts and thoughts.
Gifted By
Kim Posey
Honoring
Richard
Posey

In honor of our loved one

You are missed and loved! Family is forever and we will keep the memories in our hearts always.
Gifted By
RIch and Jo Witmer
Honoring
Lt. Tom
Kleis

In Memory

In honor of service to the United States and to the community
Gifted By
Erlah Burdic
Honoring
S. Allen
Burdic

Forever a Hero

You were shot in 1980 as a 25-year-old young Deputy, but you wore those terrible wounds for 41 more years with dignity, patience, kindness and good humor. You never became a victim to your shooter, and you showed us all what a real hero looks like by your strength, adaptability and courage in the face of overwhelming pain. I will go to my grave with honor and respect for who you were and my love for you will never diminish! I am so proud to have been your wife for 36 years!
Gifted By
Wende Moline
Honoring
Ron
Bethia

Thank you

Thank you for being you and for all of the unspoken things you already know!
Gifted By
Ron Jr Jess, RJ, & Joshua
Honoring
Leonardo
Chavez

Family is forever!

You are missed and loved Leo. Family is forever. May you rest in peace!
Gifted By
Mamie Holland
Honoring
Nathaniel Holland, Jr
Holland

Miss You !

Nathaniel, Your family and friends love you. We miss you beyond measure. You will never ever be forgotten. Rest in heavenly peace our Beloved.
Gifted By
💙 💙
Honoring
All Law Enforcement Officers and especially the fallen and Their Families,
Always in my Prayers, Thankyou.

God Bless America

Thank-you. For your service and your fortitude.
Gifted By
Janice Koonts Younts
Honoring
David
Parde

In Memory of

Thank you for your service and your and your family’s sacrifice. It was an honor to work with you as our careers often had us working together in the ER or in the field when I was on an ambulance. As Chief Rummage said, “you had the heart of a servant”. You also had the heart of a warrior – to endure all you had to endure with a smile and still continue to inspire others. It was an honor and a privilege to both work with you and call you friend. Janice Koonts Younts, RN EMT, MICN, CEN (Retired) or as I’ve learned most First Responders only knew me as “MICN Younts”. Our careers were our identities. So, Officer Parde, Lexington, NC P.D. E.O.W.: 04/18/21. R.I.P. See you later.
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