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Badge Hubert "John John" Yancey (Sergeant/K-9 Officer)
Scott County Sheriff's Department
By Kris Lewallen, Scott County, Tennessee
God saw you getting tired,
And relief was not to be.
So he put his arms around you,
And whisperd, "Come with me."
With tearful eyes we watched you suffer,
and saw you fade away.
Though we couldnt bear to lose you,
We couldnt ask you to stay.
A golden heart stopped beating,
Hard working hands laid to rest,
God broke our hearts to prove us,
he only takes the best.

John John Yancey was the kind of officer that gave his life for what he believed. I had the privilage to work with John John at the sheriff's department as his partner, and he was always there for me as an officer and a friend. The only consolation is that I know that I will see John John again. He will be there guarding the gates of heaven.

To John John, please know that we will all do our best (with guidance from God), to take care of you little boys. We will always let them know what a hero you are, and that you died doing what you loved to do, helping others.

"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called sons of God." Matthew 5:9

Love, Kris Lewallen




BadgeJohn Clayton Yarbrough (PFC)
Department of Defense, Naval Support Activity
By Jan Yarbrough, Bogalusa, LA USA
Clay was a Police Officer for the Department of Defense, Naval Support Activity at Algiers Naval Base, New Orleans, LA. and a Reserve officer with the Bogalusa Police Department. He had served as a military policeman with the US Army in Hawaii. He was killed Nov. 4, 1995 in a plane accident over the Gulf of Mexico. He is sadly missed by his mom, dad and brother.



Badge George Yaros (Lieutenant)
Gary Police Department
By G. David Yaros, Gary, IN
Fell in the line of duty responding to a bank alarm in August of 1981. More than 20 years later, his convicted murderer, sentenced to death, still sits on Indiana's Death Row.



BadgeWalter Wallace Yates Jr. (Deputy Sheriff)
Iron County Sheriffs Department Missouri
By Valerie Randolph, Birch Tree, MO USA
My father was a Missouri Deputy Sherrif. He was not killed in the line of duty but passed away 4 months after he retired, of cancer. It was the one thing that kept him going was his job. But he was so ill and weak he couldn't keep working. He passed away march of 1995. Being a police officer was his life and he loved it. My father left behind a wife Judy Yates who still resides in Iron Co. In fact she is a dispatcher for the Iron Co. Sheriffs Department. One daughter, me, Valerie Randolph of Birch Tree MO. And two sons, Morris Norvell of Arcadia, MO. and Danny Harris of Lancaster, Ohio. 3 grandsons and 2 granddaughters.



BadgeCharles Young (SGT)
Sapulpa Police Dept
By Jack H. Cloud, OK USA
Cousin; friend. You served your men well. Although we didn't lose you in the line of duty, we lost you in your prime. May GOD bless.



Badge Reggie Young (Captain)
Cook County Sherriffs Department Bootcamp Div.
By Friends
Reggie we all miss you friends,family and co workers family misses you reggie bootcamp and also us buddies here at wal-marts in Forest Park, Illinois. Reggie we keep you in our memories. We miss you, walmarts, family, friends, bootcamp. Miss you captain. Watch over us our angel.



"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called sons of God." Matthew 5:9

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