This second annual event includes a 50 gun raffle and dinner, hors d’oeuvres, Chinese and 50/50 raffles, presentation of colors and more.
Remembering officers who have died in Januaries past…. we have their stories from the oldest fatality, Patrolman James H. Stedman, d. January 25, 1905, to the most recent, Patrol Officer David J. Fahey Jr., who died in 2017.
A good time was had by all at the Irish American Club in Euclid.
Remembering officers who have died in November and December in years past…. we have their stories from the oldest fatality, Watchman John Osborne, d. December 1, 1853, to the most recent EOW, Sergeant Michael W. Muzychenko, d. November 25, 1997.
Twelve area officers have died in October in years past. We have their stories, from the oldest fatality, Patrolman Walter Pruehs in 1920, to the most recent EOW, Patrolman George M. Brentar, in 2007.
When the good folk at Supercharger Systems heard about the loss of skate stoppers at the Peace Officers Memorial, they decided to donate their time and materials to install new skate stoppers at the site.
Funds raised from this outing will go to the David J. Fahey, Jr. Scholarship Fund for St. Edward High School. Register online today!
A huge thanks to Bookman & Sons for donating 100% of the proceeds of these rings to the Police Memorial Society’s projects! Info on rings here.
An absolutely incredible day at Camp Imagine Saturday! Camp Imagine is a summer day camp for children from local school districts with special needs.
The Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Society would like to welcome these new Lifetime Members and thank them for their continued support.