Award Ceremony program

Memorial Service and Award Ceremony 2010
Department of Police
City of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Friday, May 14, 2010, the Bethlehem Police Department celebrated National Police Week with the annual Memorial Service and Award Ceremony, honoring those who serve and remembering our fallen heroes.

Opening Prayer
Sgt. Scott Parry, Police Chaplain

National Anthem
Liberty High School Student

Welcoming Remarks
Stuart J. Bedics, Commissioner

Mayor’s Address
Mayor John Callahan

Fraternal Order of Police
Wade Haubert, FOP President

Ultimate Sacrifice – Line of Duty Deaths
Jason Schiffer, Deputy Commissioner

Placement of Wreath
Commissioner Bedics, Mayor Callahan, President Haubert

Amazing Grace
Bagpipes, Liberty High School Students

Officers in Memory 2009
Wade Haubert, FOP President

Presentation of flowers to the
survivor of Officer Louis Klovacs

FOP Auxiliary Member

Taps
Liberty High School Student

Awards Presentation
Announced by Deputy Commissioner Schiffer;
presented by Commissioner Bedics and Mayor Callahan

Benediction
Sgt. Scott Parry, Police Chaplain

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Below is a slideshow of moments from the ceremony, including images of many of the officers receiving their commendations. Notice the black drape worn over the badge—it’s in memory of fallen officers.

Note: You can let the slideshow play or you can manually forward the images. You might also like to view these images in the Bethlehem Police Department set at the flickr site for the Mounted Patrol Unit.

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2 responses to “Award Ceremony program

  1. Marcia Nóbrega

    Good afternoon!
    First of all sorry for something.
    I’m looking for Mr. David Cimera because I lost their adress.
    My name is Marcia, my mother was Lu who was married with General Lucio M.Barretto who was friend of Beth Cimera (since 2nd war).
    If you know something about please can u give me answer or tell him about my message.
    Thank’s for all
    Marcia Nóbrega

  2. Marcia- It would be best of you contact the Bethlehem Police Department directly. Best of luck to you.

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