The Annual Delaware State Police Memorial Service was held at Saint Polycarp Parish on Monday, December 5, 2022, where active and retired troopers, along with their family and friends, came together to honor and remember the service and ultimate sacrifice of their 35 fallen sisters and brothers.
During the Heroes’ Roll Call, the families and friends of the fallen troopers placed a single rose in remembrance of their loved one on a table that held a campaign hat – a revered symbol of all Delaware State Troopers.
The delegation of speakers during the ceremony included Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long, Chief Deputy Attorney General Alexander Mackler, Secretary of Safety and Homeland Security, Nathaniel McQueen Jr., Superintendent of the Delaware State Police, Colonel Melissa Zebley, President of the Delaware State Troopers Association, Sergeant Troy Pezzuto, and the President of the Concerns of Police Survivors, Mrs. Eleanor Allione.
This annual service embodies the commitment of the Delaware State Police to honor our fallen, support their survivors, and never forget the sacrifice and service of our heroes. May God bless those who continue to protect and serve our communities.
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Presented by Public Information Officer, Senior Corporal Jason Hatchell
Released: 121022 1302
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