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Monday, May 3, 2010

Great Visitors

Today we kick started National Police Month with a visit from a couple of Canadians. One is a retired Vancouver Sergeant and the other is a businessman whose brother is a former Vancouver Officer. For the past four years these two gentlemen drive a Hummer from Vancouver to Washington, DC. The kicker here is that the Hummer is all decked out like a police vehicle and the hood has the names of every officer that died in the line of duty that previous year. Today they stopped at the Forza in Seattle in rememberance of Officer Tim Brenton and then came to the Forza where our tragedy occurred to remember our friends Mark, Tina, Greg and Ronnie.


Here is the Hummer


Here is the hood with all of the names

.Here is the spot on the hood with our officers. The signatures are from family and the Chief.


Here is a close up of the names.
Oops forgot to turn that one ... :-)



Here are Deputy Gallagher and Officer Brenton.

Here is the spare tire cover with an awesome note from a little girl.
And "Hey", there's me with the ride.
These guys were awesome and are working very hard to spread the word about officers that are killed in the line of duty. Please take a moment to visit their website at http://www.salutehonor.org/.







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