Hundreds pay respect to officers lost in line of duty

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His wife was given the Pennsylvania State Police cross.

"I wish I was back", he said, looking out over the current troop in their uniforms. "These guys are fabulous".

On Tuesday, Pennsylvania State Police honored their fallen troopers with a special ceremony in Harrisburg.

Many state lawmakers, on a brief break from their legislative duties also attended on a warm spring day on the mall.

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In addition to the fallen, the ceremony also honors active and retired members of the state police.

"It's a very nice ceremony". He said the ceremony is moving and shows the sacrifice all officers make when they take the oath, especially Jethro. His family members said they are glad to see the community coming together to honor the men and women who risk their lives everyday.

At the ceremony a deserving veteran law enforcement officer will receive the Robert Jackson Eury Memorial Award in memory of the deputy sheriff killed in the line of duty in 1972. "But by the very nature of the work troopers do, how the safety and well-being of others is paramount, and how they rush to danger as others go the other way, it all but ensures there will be others who give their lives in the line of duty".

Retired troopers George Nowakowski and Stanley Shubzda place a wreath during a memorial service.

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"It's the greatest day in the world", Nowakowski said.

23-year-old Trooper Landon Weaver was shot and killed in December during an investigation in Huntingdon County.

The resolution detailed Parque's life and how the Cheyenne High School graduate enrolled in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's Law Enforcement Explorer Program to further his goal of becoming a police officer.

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