2013 Fayette County Fallen Officers Memorial


Members of the Shelby County Sheriff's Office Color Guard and Honor Guard assisted with the ceremony.

Sheriff Bobby Riles and keynote speaker Ed Stanton, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee.

Sarah Grace Jackson, Sheriff Riles' granddaughter, sings the National Anthem.

The Fayette County Sheriff's Office recently hosted it's annual Fallen Law Enforcement Officer's Memorial.  This service is held annually as a tribute to those Fayette County Officers and their families who have served their community and given the ultimate sacrifice.  Members from the Shelby County Sheriff's Office Color Guard and Honor Guard assisted with the posting of colors and the placement of the memorial wreath.  Sheriff Bobby Riles lead attendees in the saying of the Pledge of Allegiance.  Sarah Grace Jackson, granddaughter of Sheriff Riles, sang the National Anthem.  The invocation was provided by Sheriff's Office Chaplain Sgt. Rhesa Davis.  Judge Mike Whitaker opened the ceremony and introduced the keynote speaker, Ed Stanton, the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee.  General Stanton spoke to the officers, families, and attendees about the dangers of law enforcement and the efforts his office has put forth to prosecute those who harm or kill law enforcement officers.  Captain Erik Cook read the Roll of Honor, a tribute to each Fayette County officer who lost his life in the line of duty.  Inspector Ray Garcia provided closing remarks, and Sgt. Rhesa Davis provided a closing prayer.


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Deputy Sheriff David Dobbins

Fayette County Sheriff's Office

Constable John C. Chambers

Fayette County Constable

Chief Deputy Olain B. Burrow

Fayette County Sheriff's Office

Deputy Sheriff Leland E. Roper

Fayette County Sheriff's Office

Chief Deputy Daniel B. Talley

Fayette County Sheriff's Office

Chief Louis D. Snow

Moscow Police Department

Officer Orville "Frank" Evans

Rossville Police Department

Deputy Sheriff William T. Bishop

Fayette County Sheriff's Office

Captain Elmer L. Dosier

Gallaway Police Department

Deputy Sheriff Jeremy V. Reynolds

Fayette County Sheriff's Office

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