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In Memory of our Fallen UGSOA Officers

 
 
Officer Rich Dixon 
Passed December 24, 2014
President of Local 79 & Int'l CSO VP

Richard E. Dixon passed away on December 24, 2014 at the age of 72. He was a U.S. Army Veteran and Beloved Husband for 49 years to Elizabeth "Liz" nee Slater. He was a loving Father to Laura (Stephen) Price, Heather Knade, and Catherine "Kate" Dixon and a proud grandfather to Zack, Stephanie and Adam and a Dear Brother to James Dixon.

Rich was an active Member of UGSOA for more than twelve years and held the CSO Vice Presidents position on the International Executive Board. He was an asset to the Organization, a friend to many, and he will be greatly missed for many years to come.


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Officer Dale Allen Clemmons
Passed November 1, 2014
Member of Local 22

Dale Allen Clemmons, 38, of Lester, AL, passed away November 1, 2014. Mr. Clemmons was a Security Officer at Brown’s Ferry Nuclear Plant and attended Gray’s Chapel Baptist Church.

Mr. Clemmons is survived by wife Kimberly Goode Clemmons; parents Glenn and Bonnie Clemmons; son Christian Clemmons; daughter Destiny Clemmons; brothers Billy (Dallas) and Adam Hunt; and grandmother Doris Nell Pratt.


Rick Robbins
Officer Richard "Rick" Robbins
Passed August 30, 2014
Member of Local 53

Richard "Rick" Robbins was born on December 15, 1948 in Wilcox, Arizona and passed away on August 30, 2014 at the age of 65. He served in the US Air Force during the early 1970s. He was a hydraulics mechanic in the Air Force. After his discharge, he was employed as a Federal Police Officer at Fitzsimons as well as a Security Officer in Adams County and a Member of UGSOA International Union. He was also an Associate Pastor at his Church. 


Robert Breen
 
Officer Robert "Bob" Michael Breen 
Passed August 23, 2014
Member of Local 73

Robert “Bob” Michael Breen, 74, of Dillsburg, PA, died suddenly and peacefully on Saturday, August 23, 2014.

Born in Brownsville, PA, he was the son of the late James F. Breen, Sr. and Catherine (Gallagher) Breen. He graduated from Brownsville High School with the Class of 1958.

Bob was a former U.S. Army Reservist where he was honorably discharged in 1965 to enroll in the Pennsylvania State Police Academy. He served as a PSP Trooper for over 25 years until his retirement from Troop H, Harrisburg, PA in 1991. He most recently served as a Court Security Officer working for the U.S. Marshals Service at the Federal Court House in Harrisburg, PA and a 10 year member of UGSOA Local 73. His most important role, however, was that of a devoted father, father-in-law, grandfather and dependable friend to many. 

His constant sense of humor, positive outlook and willingness to help and share others’ burdens will never be forgotten. 

Kehinde Lateef
 
Officer Kehinde "Kenny" Lateef
Passed August 21, 2014
Member of Local 870

Kehinde Lateef, "Kenny", as he was called by his wife and other close friends, passed August 21, 2014 after a chain reaction accident in San Antonio Texas. Kehinde was of his parents second birth, born to Okonawon Lateef and Yewisi. The birth of a second son, to his parents, was a joyful experience on February 25, 1986. By the way, he is a twin to his sister, Taiye Fafowora. They were both born in Lagos, Nigeria. He received his formal public education in the School System of Lagos, Nigeria, graduating from Folbim High School, May 30, 2002. After completing high school, he came to San Antonio, Texas and began working at the University Health Science Center of San Antonio. After that, he transferred to Trail Boss Transportation Company as a Security Officer and member of UGSOA Local 870 until his last day.


 
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Officer Larry Cox
Passed August 13, 2014
Member of Local 22

Larry Joe Cox, 61, of Soddy-Daisy, passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014. He was a native of Signal Mountain and lived in Soddy-Daisy the last 10 years. Larry was a member of the Signal Mountain Church of God of Prophecy. He was employed in security with TVA at the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant and a member of UGSOA Local 22. Larry loved restoring hot rods and motorcycles. He was preceded in death by his parents, Rev. Ray and Jeanette Cox; and sister, Bertha Scoggins. Survivors include his wife, Wynnelle Cox; stepson, Derrick (Jessica) Myers; stepdaughter, Angela Myers; brother, Ray Cox; sisters, Janet (Rev. Jay) Weatherford and Lynda Cox; and several nieces and nephews.


 
Donna Huff
Donna Huff
UGSOA International Union Director
Retired 2010
Passed March 27, 2014

Donna Huff unexpectedly passed away on March 27,2014 at the age of 59. She was born on April 1, 1954 in Stafford, CT. She attended Stafford schools and received an Associates degree at Springfield Technical Community College. She worked for many years as the CSO Director at the UGSOA Union in Denver,CO and retired in 2010. She lived in Myrtle Beach, SC where she enjoyed spending time with her mom and dog Barty. She loved taking walks on the beach, visiting friends and neighbors, reading, and doing puzzles. She is survived by her mother Jeanne M. Baxter, her children Rebecca and her husband Brent Wetnicka, Jessica Cross, Sarah Norrman and her fiancé Jeff, and David DeBlaker; grandchildren Gavin, Garrett, Cassidy, Madison, Samantha, Kaidance, Avery, and Bryce; siblings Linda (Charles) Redmond, Bonnie (John) Hand, David (Alice) Baxter, Lisa Baxter, brother-in-law Steven Folino, sister-in-law Diann (Gary) Wise, David (Jean) Bartlett; several nieces, nephews, and friends. She was predeceased by her sister Judy Bartlett in 1981, her husband James Huff in 2006, her father Albert Baxter in 2013, and her dog Cooper James in 2013. She touched many lives and will be greatly missed.

 




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Officer Jay D. VanVolkinburg
Passed August 21, 2013
Member of Local 507

Jay D. VanVolkinburg, of Trumansburg, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at the age of 51.

Jay was born in Elmira, New York on June 1, 1962, a son to Franklin and Virginia (Danek) VanVolkinburg. After graduating from Trumansburg High School, Jay received his Associates Degree in Criminal Justice. This degree would be the start of a life dedicated to public service. Jay began his in law enforcement at Cornell University. In December of 1989, he joined the Ithaca Police Department and remained with the department until his retirement in May of 2010. He then attended TC3 and obtained his Associates Degree in Nursing and briefly worked in the Emergency Departments at Cayuga Medical and Cortland Regional Medical Center. His strong ties to police enforcement brought him back to work at the Ithaca College Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management in March of 2011 as a Patrol Officer and on March 11, 2013 he was promoted to Master Patrol Officer where he was also serving as UGSOA Local 507's Vice President. Jay was honored with both the Frank G. Hammer Kiwanis Officer of the Month Award and American Red Cross of Tompkins and Cortland County Real Heroes Award, as well as numerous other awards and recognitions over the years during his service with the Ithaca Police Department.


 
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Officer Ford Pingstock
Passed November 30, 2012
Member of Local 282

Ford A. Pingstock, age 66, of Austintown, entered into eternal rest November 30, 2012 at Northside Medical Center in Youngstown. Ford was a PSO  at a Federal facility in Youngstown OH and served as UGSOA Local 282's Secretary Treasurer until his death.

He is survived by his beloved wife, Kathy (Schedley); "that boy", Luxor; son, Jason (Kelly) Pingstock; stepchildren, Franklin (Mandy) Lancaster, Katherine Lancaster, Harvey (Mallori) Lancaster; sister, Linda (Dave) McCurry; and seven grandchildren.

Harry Joseph Courville
 
Officer Harry Joseph Courville 
Passed November 28, 2012
Member of Local 109 

Harry Joseph Courville was born on June 9, 1933 in Cecilia, Louisiana. He was a member of the United States Army and proudly served his country. Mr. Courville was a dedicated employee of SLEMCO, where he worked for over 42 years until his retirement in 1997. He worked as a CSO from January 2003 until February 2012 and was a member of UGSOA Local 109 from January 2003 until February 2012 before he could no longer work.  He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend and will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.


 
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Officer Steven Frazier
Passed August 15, 2012
Member of Local 203

Steven's sudden passing has left a deep sense of loss for all who loved and knew him. As most of you know Steven left us unexpectedly in his sleep early Saturday morning on September 15, 2012. He was 32 years old. He was known to us in many ways, son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin, friend, battle buddy, husband, and Daddy. Our great comfort is knowing he is at peace with our loving and gracious savior, Jesus. Steven was raised in Washington state but spent most of his adult life in Tennessee and Texas. He also spent one year in Iraq serving our nation during Operation Iraqi Freedom. 

Danny DeMaranville
 
Officer Daniel "Danny" Eugene DeMaranville 
Passed August 5, 2012
Member of Local 76

Verdi NV resident Dan DeMaranville passed away unexpectedly at Renown Regional Medical Center on August 5, 2012. He was born on October 4, 1934 in Sioux City IA to Earl Brunson DeMaranville and Waunita Reilly. He was a veteran of the Korean War. Dan started his law enforcement career in Rapid City SD in 1962, and then joined the Reno Police Department in 1969, retiring as a detective in 1990. He currently was a Court Security Officer with the United States Marshal’s Service in Reno and a member of UGSOA Local 76.

He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Jimmy DeMaranville and his 2 cats JD and Petunia. Dan is survived by his wife Laura (Mosconi), his cat Patches, his 2 sons Patrick DeMaranville of Black Hawk SD, Darren DeMaranville of Rapid City SD, sister Mikal Kelley (John), of Memphis TN, granddaughter Chandra Henry and 3 great grandchildren all of Carson City NV and many nieces and nephews.


 
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Officer James Thornton, Jr
Passed August 5, 2012
Member of Local 58

JAMES, JR., age 64, of Bear, DE, formerly of Philadelphia, PA, passed away on August 5, 2012 at home.

In 1992, Mr. Thornton graduated from Pierce College. He was 25-year veteran of the Philadelphia Police Depart-ment. Upon his retirement, he worked at Pepper and Hamilton Law Firm as a paralegal for two years. After which, he worked with the U.S. Marshall Service as court security. Mr. Thornton was a proud member of the Fraternal Order of Police.

He was predeceased by his son, Tony. He is survived by his wife, Arlene; sons, Jimmy of PA and Chris of GA; stepchildren, Marlene of CA, Cecille of NJ and Allan of NY; sons-in-law, Jimmy and Ted; grandchildren and cousins.

 
Officer John Dace
Passed June 28, 2012
Member of Local 275, 
Ann Arbor MI (DHS)

John Adam Dace, a resident of South Lyon and a member of Local 275 (Ann Arbor M-DHS), died suddenly, on Thursday, June 28, 2012. He was 46 years old.

Born in Detroit on September 26, 1965, John grew up in Southfield with sisters, Jeanine, Jennifer, his twin sister Juliet, and April. He graduated from Southfield Christian School where he lettered in Cross Country and went on to earn his Bachelor’s degree from Oral Roberts University in Oklahoma.

John later entered specialized training to become a Security Guard and enjoyed the profession and friendships made within the field. 0ver the past several years he had turned to dedicate his life to Christ and strengthening his relationships with family and friends. John attended Christ for the Nations Bible College in Dallas, Texas and was re-baptized on April 2012. In following the path the Lord had laid for him, John's shining personality, warm heart and love for people was quite apparent. He was quick to offer help, especially to those most in need, could always be counted on and saw problems as opportunities for improvements. He loved kids and never lost the sense of wonder and imagination that made him such a joy to be around. In connection with his focus on spiritual strength, John also believed in maintaining his physical strength and health, making a routine of long distance walks, volleyball and biking.

A Funeral Service was held at Bright moor Christian Church, 40800 West 13 Mile Rd., Novi, Tuesday, July 3, at 10 AM with Pastor Dr. Jamie Kjos officiating. Burial Oak Grove Cemetery, Milford. Memorials may be made to Life Challenge, 17667 Pierson Street, Detroit, Ml 48219 or to Brightmoor Christian Church.


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Officer Thomas G Seman
Passed June 6, 2012
Member of Local 58

Thomas G. Seman, Jr., 56, of Northampton was stricken and died suddenly at work on Wednesday, June 6, 2012. He was a U.S. Marshall Court Security Officer working at the Federal Building in Allentown. Thomas and his wife Sheila (Pudliner) Seman would have celebrated 36 years of marriage on July 17. Born May 16, 1956 in Allentown he was the son of Joyce (Wimmer) Peters of Bath and the late Thomas G. Seman Sr. Tom was a member of St Peters United Church of Christ, Seemsvile, and served as Trustee and was a former member of Church Consistory. He was a master mason of Porter Lodge #284, Catasauqua. Tom was a life member of the NRA. Survivors: Besides his wife and mother, son, Thomas G. Seman III and his companion, Tiffany, of Northampton; daughter, Katie Seman and her companion, Adam, of Whitehall; mother and father in law, Howard and Lillian Pudliner, of Catasauqua.


 
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Officer David 'Bruce" Matson
September 11, 1952 - May 28, 2012
Member of Local 206

Bruce Matson, age 59 of Albion, Michigan passed away Monday, May 28, 2012 at Bronson Battle Creek, Michigan. Bruce was a lifelong resident of Albion. He worked as a Public Safety Officer for Albion for 25 years before he retired in 2000, then he worked in Campus Safety for Albion College for several years, in 2001 he went to work for the Federal Center where he had worked for the past 10 years as a member of UGSOA Local206.

He was a Past Exalted Ruler for Albion Elk's Lodge #1798, Treasurer for Albion Moose Lodge #406, member of Eagles-Aerie #1265; he enjoyed bowling, golf and traveling. Assistance with Memorial Contributions to the Elk's Crippled Children or American Cancer Society is available at the funeral home, wwwKevintiddfuneralhome.com.

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Officer James 'Jim" E. Lewis
Passed April 12, 2012
Acting President of Local 68

James "Jim' E. Lewis, 77 of Savannah, TN, passed away Thursday, April 12,2012. He was retired from the Shelby County Sheriff’s Dept. following 29 years of dedicated service and was also employed as a court security officer, U.S. Marshall’s office in Knoxville, TN. Acting President of Local 68.


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Officer James 'Jimmy" McGlinsey
Passed March 15, 2012
Member of Local 58
 JAMES "JIMMY", on March 15, 2012, at the age of 64. Beloved husband of 42 years to Louise (nee Woodruff); loving father of Jeff and Jim; cherished grandfather of Megan; dear brother of Jerry. Jimmy proudly served our country in the Army having served in Vietnam. He was a decorated Philadelphia Police Officer for 35 years, a CSO at the Federal Court House, and one terrific softball player.
 
Officer Larry Erickson
Passed March 14, 2012
President of UGSOA Local 134

Larry Erickson was born June 19, 1951 in Kalispel, Montana; and passed away unexpectedly at home on March 14, 2012. He is survived by his wife of almost 40 )ears, Susan, of Chattaroy; his children, Melanie (Joe) Walters and Josh (Kalee) Erickson; and his seven grandchildren, Gabble, Asher, Jalden, Braysen, Maycie, Kyler and Hudsen, all of Spokane. He was predeceased by his parents, Bob and Winnie Erickson; father-In-law, Ed Haeger, his granddaughter Gracie; and two nephews. He is also survived by his sister, Donna (Allen) Shilliam of Deer Park: his in-laws, numerous nieces and nephews, and relatives in Washington and Montana.

Larry spent his childhood in Montana, North Dakota, Airway Heights, Spokane, and then the last 35 years in Chattaroy. He graduated from Shadle Park High School; and worked several jobs, including Spokane County, the oil fields In Alaska, and the Spokane City Pollee Department as a Patrolman and firearms instructor from 1974 until his retirement in 2002. While on the Police Department, Larry received a Medal of Merit Award for "going the extra mile". For the last 10 years,
He has been a federal court security officer at the United States Courthouse in Spokane and during his time there held the position of President of UGSOA Local 134.

Larry loved many things, including talking, hunting, camping, talking, cooking/BBQing, "tinkering" in his shop, talking, inventing "a better mousetrap•, welding, building, his dog Stuart, RVing to soccer tournaments, talking, reading, solving all the world's problems In his garage over a beer, and last but certainly not least, the lights of his life, his grandkids.

Our husband, father, and friend were certainly a one-of-a-kind man who touched so many lives. He taught us how to love and how to live, and how to work hard at everything. He was always "just peachy" and showed us how fulfilling life can be when you live it selflessly, and invest in the lives of others.

In keeping with Larry's wishes, there will be no formal funeral or memorial service, but an informal "celebration of life• at a later time. Riplinger Funeral Home and Crematory
Spokane, WA assisted the family. Online guestbook at
www.riplingers.com

 
Officer Raleigh J. Barnett, Jr.
Passed April 10, 2011
Member of Local 251
Raleigh Jackson Barneit, Jr., age 50 of Florence, K.Y passed away on Sun., Apr.10, 2011 at St. Elizabeth health care in Ft. Thomas, K.Y from a massive heart attack. He was a Federal Security Officer with the E.P.A, was the Chief Steward of UGSOA Local 251. He was also a 4th degree black belt in martial arts.

He was laid to rest on sat April 16TH, 2011 in Arlington memorial gardens in Cincinnati, OH. Memorials to: Raleigh Barneit children's fund P.O. Box 15093 Covington, KY 41015. Online condolences may be sent to: www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com
 
Officer Richard G.Pinchoff
Passed April 9, 2011
Member of Local 39
Richie Pinchoff, 28, was an avid scuba diver who worked in security at DTE'S Fermi Nuclear. Power Plant in Monroe County and was a member of UGSOA 'S Local 39. Richie was about 10 minutes from home after visiting a friend in Novi when his car was hit at 1:18 a.m. on Saturday, April 9, 2011.

He was hit by a Virginia man driving northbound in the southbound lanes on l-275 in Van Buren Township, MI and alcohol appears to be a factor in the head-on crash. 
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Officer Ronnie Thomas Kinman
Passed September 5, 2010
Member of Local 128

Ronnie Thomas Kinman passed away Sunday evening, Sept. 5, 2010, in a hospital in Butte. He was born in Butte on April 24, 1941.

Ronnie attended butte schools and graduated from Whitehall High School in 1959. He served in the United States Air Force and upon his discharge went to work for the Anaconda Company for eight years.

Ronnie joined the Butte-Silver Bow Law Enforcement Agency and retired Sergeant in 1992 after 20 years of service. For the past 12 years, he has worked security at the Federal Building in Butte. He was a member of the UGSOA Local 128 and the National Rifle .Association, was an avid Green Bay Packers fan, and enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping, black powder shooting, motorcycles and riding snowmobiles.
 
 
Officer Don Browne
Passed October 3, 2010
Member of Local 20

U.S. Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sergeant (RET.) Donald A Browne, Age 58 passed away Sunday. October 3, 2010. Born on August 22. 1952, he was son of the late Charles and Elizabeth Pawue Browne.

Officer Browne grew up in Chesapeake City, MD and was a graduate of Bohemia Manor High School In 1971 he entered the U.S. Marine Corps in Elkton MD, and followed with 26 years of distinguished service. He served in Vietnam during the Vietnam conflict, Moscow, USSR, and London, England. As an Embassy Marine Security Guard. He served the last
20 years as a Marine Corps Recruiter. Officer Browne was also a member of UGSOA 20. A loving father, he provided support and guidance to his son and daughter. Mr. Browne loved his family and was proud to serve his country. He will be greatly missed.

 
 
Officer Dan Kromer
Passed September 7, 2010
Member of Local 289

At approximately 2100 hours on Tuesday, September 7, 2010, 54-year-old Auxiliary Police Lieutenant Dan Kromer of the Taylor (MICH.) Police Department was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver on Westbound I-94. Kromer had stopped to assist a stalled vehicle. A passing car reportedly hit the disabled vehicle and struck Lieutenant Kromer. Who was standing nearby. Kromer was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

Kromer was a 20-year volunteer with the Taylor Police Department who had recently been promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. He is the second officer to die in the line of duty in the past two months in that city. Kromer was a member of UGSOA Local Union 289 in Detroit MI.

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Officer Teresa Lynne Cole
Passed September 6, 2010
S. Treasurer of Local 57

Teresa Lynne Cole was born February 11, 1961 in Decatur. IL and passed away on September 6, 2010. She was a twin. Timothy passed away June 18, 1991. Teresa never fully recovered from her loss.

Teresa leaves family and many friends behind who loved her dearly. Her passions were swimming with the dolphins and lucky, boating at LlakeFolsom and Wynona Judd concerts. However, her law enforcement positions were her greatest passion.

Teresa worked for Richmond Police Department from 1986 to 2004. She at the Sacramento Sheriff Department as a process server for a short time before being hired in 2007 as a Court Security Officer under The US Marshall service where she also held the position of Secretary Treasurer of the UGSOA Local Union No. 57.

 
Officer Frederick Walter Dantagan, III
Passed July 24, 2010
Vice President of Local 111

Frederick Walter Dantagnan III, on Saturday, July 24, 2010, was taken into Lord's arms at the age of 65. He retired from the New Orleans Police Department in 1987 after serving the New Orleans community in varying capacities for 22 years. He was a member of The Fraternal Order of Police, The Emerald Society. and a founding member of the Our Lady Of Divine Providence council # 9347 of The Knights Of Columbus in Metairie, LA

He was currently employed as a Court Security Officer for Inter-Con Security Systems, Inc. Stationed in the Hale Boggs Federal building in New Orleans, LA Officer Dantagnan was also the Vice President of the UGSOA Local Union 111. Proceeded in death by his father. Frederick W. Dantagnan, Jr. and mother. Bertha Seruntine Dantagnan.

 
 
Officer Vincent Charles Mason
Passed June 1, 2010
Member of Local 285

Vincent "Vince" Charles Mason was born in Wilkes-Barre on April 5, 1963, a Son to Jacob "Buddy" Whiti, of Wilkes-Barre, and the late Brenda Joyce Mason. He entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, June 1, 2010. Vince Graduated from G.A.R. Memorial High School IN 1981. After graduation, he joined the U.S. Air Force and was honorably discharged in 1990. Once leaving the military, he became a Correctional Officer and was employed 1990 to 1997 at SCI-Dallas, 1997 TO 1998 at SCI- Graterford, and 1998 to 2008 at SCI-Chester. Since 2008 he has been employed at the Allentown Community Corrections Center. He was also employed as a customs Protection Officer at Wackenhut Corporation since 2007 and was a member of UGSOA Local Union 285.

Vincent enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. His hobbies in earlier years included karate, where he became a black belt, DJ'ing, dancing, and nightclubs. More recent hobbies included salsa dancing, playing the electric piano. and Vince didn't mind working. At one time or another he had three jobs. He had always strived to achieve.

 
Officer Ausencio Perez
Passed May 13, 2010
Chief Steward of Local 211

Ausencio Perez. Jr., 42, of Weslaco, entered into rest Thursday, May 13, 2010.

He was born on November 4, 1967 in Hearne, TX. Son of Ausencio and Victoria Perez, Sr. of Raymondville. Ausencio worked as a Security Officer at a Federal site in La Feria, TX for Wackenhut Services and was a Chief Steward in the UGSOA Local Union 211.

 
 
Officer Joel Beck
Passed March 8, 2010
Member of Local 37 
Joel Robert Beck, 31, of Homosassa, FL, died Saturday, May 8, 2010, as the result of a vehicle accident. Born July 20, 1978, in Orlando, FL

Joel's passion and dream was singing. He enjoyed sports of all kinds and a huge Georgia Bulldog fan. He enjoyed being out on the water. He Employed as a Security Officer at the Crystal River power plant and was a member of UGSOA Local Union 37, where he dedicated 10 years of his life. He was a member of the Lecanto High School class of 1996 and served our country in the U.S. Marine Corps.
 
Officer Stanley W. Cooper
Passed January 4, 2010
Member of Local 76

Special Deputy Marshal Stanley Cooper was shot and killed when a man entered the lobby of the Lloyd D. George Federal Courthouse IN Las Vegas, Nevada and opened fire with a shotgun on Monday, January 4, 2010. He was born Sept. 30, 1937, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and was a resident of Nevada since 1964. Stanley retired as a Sergeant from The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department after 26 years of service. He was a special Deputy with the U.S. Marshal’s Office and a member of the U.S. Marshals Service since July 19, 1994 and was a member of UGSOA Local Union 76. Stanley was also a member of The Church of Christ, the Fraternal Order of Police and the Zelzah Shrine.

  
      
 
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