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The Baltimore City Police History site was contacted by someone asking if they could make a Donation Dedicated to the Memory of a family member of theirs that had recently passed, and had a deep respect and love of their time with the Baltimore Police Department. I was told, this Retired Officer enjoyed his time with the BPD, the friends he made, the memories he made and shared for years after his retirement, and then how much he loved this site. They wanted to help preserve the history of the department, for us, and for their loved one. So instead of sending flowers, they donated to the “Baltimore City Police History website”. I explained we have a, “Hall of Fame” page and will gladly put their family member on the page if they are not already there. They were thankful for that option but really wanted us to consider making a page, (this page) So that others would be able to make similar contributions/donations in the name of their loved ones, our brothers.  

I made the first donation of my time, and a little over $1000 to the memory of this site's founder Ret. Officer Bill Hackley. May he, and all others that have worn our Badge, Never be Forgotten. When Bill made the original; Baltimore Police History Site, he had a simple mission statement, it was as follows: 

To Preserve and Honor this Fine Police Department and all those that have Served with Dignity and Honor.

I hope with our rebuild of his site dreams; we can do just that, preserve and honor, our fine police department, and all of our brothers and sisters who have served with honor and dignity.  


A Donation valued at $2500 in labor was made in memory of Ret. Police Officer William "Bill" Hackley
A Donation of $40 was made in memory of Ret. Lt. William B. Miller

A Donation of $50 was made in memory of Ret. John Ellis "Bo" Blackwell
A Donation of $25 was made in memory of Ret. Detective Sergeant Jon Joseph Grow
A Donation of  $75 for street sign was made in memory of Off Jimmy D Halcomb
A Donation of memorabilia for the museum and site valued at more than $500 from Officer Mark Frank 

A Donation of  $75 for street sign was made in memory of Det Thomas G Newman
A Donation of  $75 for street sign was made in memory of Officer Vincent J Adolfo
A Donation of  $75 for street sign was made in memory of Off William J Martin 
A Donation of $250 was made in memory of Ret. Police Officer William R. Furlong Sr.
A Donation of  $75 for street sign was made in memory of Officer Edgar J Rumpf  
A Donation of $100 was made in memory of Ret. Police Officer William R. Furlong Sr.
A Donation of  $75 for street sign was made in memory of  Det Marcellus Ward
A Donation of  $75 for street sign was made in memory of Off Richard J Lear
A Donation of  $75 for street sign was made in memory of Lt. Owen E Sweeney Jr
A Donation of  $75 for street sign was made in memory of Officer Nelson F Bell Jr
A Donation of  $75 for street sign was made in memory of  Sgt Frank W Grunder Jr
A Donation of  $75 for street sign was made in memory of Off Walter P Matthys
A Donation of  $75 for street sign was made in memory of Officer John A. Stapf

A Donation of $150 was made in memory of Ret. Policman Thomas McGuire
A Donation of $500 was made in memory of PoliceSgt. Edward T Weitzel
A Donation of $150 was made in memory of Ret. Police Officer Jim Mitchell

A Donation of $250 was made in memory of Ret. Police Officer William R. Furlong Sr.
A Donation of $100 was made in memory of Police Sgt. Edward T Weitzel
A Donation of $150 was made in memory of Ret. Police Officer William R. Furlong Sr.

A Donation valued at $5500 in labor was made in memory of Ret. Police Officer William "Bill" Hackley 
A Donation of $200 was made in memory of Ret. Police Officer Jim Mitchell  
A Donation of $150 was made by Ret. Deputy Colonel Steve McMahon
A Donation of memorabilia for the museum and site valued at more than $1000 from Officer Mark Frank  




Rest in Peace to all of our deceased brothers and sisters, you are dearly missed, but because you are part of Baltimore biggest, bravest and most loving family; you will never be forgotten.

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To make a Donation in Memory of a police officer that has Passed; click the "Donation Button" in the left column, and in the "Purpose" box type "Dedication in Memory of" put the officer's name, you can donate any amount, $10.00 and up, and if you want the amount to remain private, include that in the notes, or drop me an email... This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

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#1 patty 2015-05-16 06:10
If you have pictures, Comments, Suggestions etc. please send them to me at the email address above, as you can see Ken and I have put much of our time and money into this project, so we don't mind errors pointed out to us, just as Ken's partner used to say, "Keep it Friendly!" send Ken or me and email.. thanks - Patty
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