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Everett Police Department Host Solemn Memorial Ceremony

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EVERETT, MA – As part of National Police Week, the Everett Police Department (EPD) hosted a memorial service to honor all the police officers who are no longer with us.

Police Chief Steve Mazzie was joined by guest speakers Bishop Robert Brown and State Rep. Joe McGonagle alongside elected officials, members of the EPD, the Everett High School chorus and community members to pay tribute to officers who passed in the line of duty. Wreaths were placed at the memorial outside of the Everett Police station to commemorate and honor all departed officers who have served.

Mayor DeMaria and the City of Everett would like to thank all the past and current men and women of the Everett Police Department who have chosen to serve the residents of Everett. We remember and reflect upon on all the selfless officers who have served this great City and are no longer with us. Your service does not go unnoticed.

Police officers, elected officials and community members gathered together for the Everett Police Department’s annual memorial service to honor all police officers who are no longer with us.
Police Chief Steve Mazzie alongside his mother and father.
The memorial service was held outside of EPD Headquarters.
The Everett High School Chorus performed.
Police Chief Steve Mazzie and Bishop Robert Brown.
State Rep. Joe McGonagle speaking at the podium.
The wreaths placed in front of the memorial stone outside of EPD Headquarters.

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