Honoring those who serve

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Law Enforcement Memorial Service honors all who have served, past and present

By Don Worthington

The phone rings.
You answer, asking only where are you going. You can’t say how long you will be gone, or when you will return.
Chesterfield County Sheriff James Dixon reflected on those calls Sunday during his department’s Law Enforcement Memorial Service.
Twelve officers from Chesterfield County were recognized Sunday for answering that call and never coming home.
A thirteenth, Sgt. Darryl Quick of McBee was added to that list. Quick died July 23, 2008, in an off-duty, head-on car collision.

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