Our mission is to honor the service and sacrifice of public safety heroes who give their lives in the line of duty - by caring for the loved ones they leave behind.
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Firefighter
Richard Nolan Rehm
Struck By Train
Sat, Dec 24th, 2016
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Firefighter/Paramedic
Chad Null
Heart Attack
Thu, Dec 16th, 2010
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Conservation Officer
Denver Earlington Tabor
Drowning (Accidental)
Fri, Jul 20th, 1973
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Come support our friend, a volunteer firefighter, a volunteer first responder, Harold Lawrence. May 20th at Frontier Elementary in Brookston, IN. Games for the whole family, food, bake sale, raffle for great prizes, and motorcycle ride!!

Happy Easter Sunday afternoon everyone. God bless all, supporting heroes rocks

On March 30th, we asked you to keep Officer Tom Wagstaff of the Independence (MO) Police Department in your thoughts and prayers after he had been shot in the head while responding to a burglary.

We were initially told Officer Wagstaff's condition was critical. We were subsequently told repeatedly that his condition was 'grave.' But while each day brought different challenges, Officer Wagstaff continued to fight for his life.

We are now very happy to report that Officer Wagstaff has been transferred to a long-term rehabilitation facility for his next phase of recovery. Doctors have described his condition as "truly a miracle in the making."

Please continue to keep Officer Wagstaff, his family and the men and women of Independence Police Department in your thoughts and prayers as he continues down the road to recovery.