Williston Police Remember A Fallen Officer
On Wednesday morning, his colleagues, neighbors, and family members celebrated his life.
"It's a mixed feeling," said Moss's wife, Lori. "There's sadness because he's gone and this reminds me that he died in the line of duty. But there's also the gratitude that people do remember him."
And remember him they have, holding a memorial service every year since his death. Most recently, they named a road after him.
"We have this memorial to remember the date, as a reminder to the officers -- be safe, to wear their vests and to remind them, of course, that danger lurks in sometimes the most inane circumstances," said Williston Chief of Police Daniel Davis.
But, Lori Moss says these circumstances failed to take him completely out of her life.
"Just because he died, doesn't mean he's totally gone," said Moss. "As long as we remember him, he's still here."
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