In The News for March 27 : A final goodbye to two fallen Edmonton police officers
Edmonton police Const. Travis Jordan, 35, and Const. Brett Ryan, 30, were killed in the line of duty. Jordan's widow, Annie, stood silently beside police chaplain Roy Langer as he read her parting words. Jordan was remembered by colleagues as a valued officer of almost nine years. Ryan, born in Edmonton, had more than five years service with the force.
Published 2 months ago
Funeral procession underway for Edmonton officers killed in the line of duty
The appreciation and respect shown by the public after two Edmonton Police Service officers were killed in the line of duty has not gone unnoticed, their families said in a statement ahead of the regimental funeral on Monday.
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The Epoch Times
'Harsh Reminder of the Risks Our Heroes in Uniform Face': Regimental Funeral for 2 Slain Edmonton Officers
Every seat was filled at Edmonton’s Rogers Place, as Constables Travis Jordan and Brett Ryan were honoured and remembered at a regimental funeral held in the city’s downtown ice arena district. An estimated 1,200 members of the Edmonton Police Service (EPS) attended the livestreamed funeral, along with politicians, emergency services workers, military members, and other emergency responders. The two young constables were shot and killed on March…
2 months ago·New York, United StatesRead Full Article
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