Memorial gets a facelift


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Tom Lillicrap places a laser cut brick at the Miami County Law Enforcement Memorial on Tuesday at Courthouse Plaza in Troy. Lillicrap Timber and Mulch of Piqua, who donated hours of work, completed a remodeling project, which included concrete work, metal edging and landscape this week at the sight of the memorial. President of Miami County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 58, and 48-year law enforcement veteran, Billie Ray, said every brick down has been replaced with a lazer cut brick. He mentioned a brick can be made available for any active, retired or former Miami County law enforcement officer in good standing through application with the FOP Lodge No. 58. Ray said the work done in the project was taken care of through the Miami County FOP and wishes to thank Piqua Granite, who created the monument, Tom Lillicrap and his crew, as well as CD Solutions out of Pleasant Hill. “The memorial is nice for the officers, survivors, community and the officers who go out here everyday and risk their life,” Ray said. The memorial that was dedicated in the summer of 1999 is a lasting memorial to those law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.

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Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Tom Lillicrap places a laser cut brick at the Miami County Law Enforcement Memorial on Tuesday at Courthouse Plaza in Troy. Lillicrap Timber and Mulch of Piqua, who donated hours of work, completed a remodeling project, which included concrete work, metal edging and landscape this week at the sight of the memorial. President of Miami County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 58, and 48-year law enforcement veteran, Billie Ray, said every brick down has been replaced with a lazer cut brick. He mentioned a brick can be made available for any active, retired or former Miami County law enforcement officer in good standing through application with the FOP Lodge No. 58. Ray said the work done in the project was taken care of through the Miami County FOP and wishes to thank Piqua Granite, who created the monument, Tom Lillicrap and his crew, as well as CD Solutions out of Pleasant Hill. “The memorial is nice for the officers, survivors, community and the officers who go out here everyday and risk their life,” Ray said. The memorial that was dedicated in the summer of 1999 is a lasting memorial to those law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.
http://www.weeklyrecordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/51/2017/08/web1_070822aw_Memorial_6143.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Tom Lillicrap places a laser cut brick at the Miami County Law Enforcement Memorial on Tuesday at Courthouse Plaza in Troy. Lillicrap Timber and Mulch of Piqua, who donated hours of work, completed a remodeling project, which included concrete work, metal edging and landscape this week at the sight of the memorial. President of Miami County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 58, and 48-year law enforcement veteran, Billie Ray, said every brick down has been replaced with a lazer cut brick. He mentioned a brick can be made available for any active, retired or former Miami County law enforcement officer in good standing through application with the FOP Lodge No. 58. Ray said the work done in the project was taken care of through the Miami County FOP and wishes to thank Piqua Granite, who created the monument, Tom Lillicrap and his crew, as well as CD Solutions out of Pleasant Hill. “The memorial is nice for the officers, survivors, community and the officers who go out here everyday and risk their life,” Ray said. The memorial that was dedicated in the summer of 1999 is a lasting memorial to those law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.

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