13 Fallen Florida Deputies Added To Memorial Wall This Weekend


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Another 13 names will be added to a wall honoring fallen Florida heroes.

The Florida Sheriff's Association holds its annual ceremony on Sunday, when more names will be added to it's granite Memorial Wall in Tallahassee.

It's a tribute to remember the sheriffs and deputies who have dedicated their lives to serve and protect Floridians, while respecting those who have passed.

Most of this year's honorees died after contracting COVID-19 in the line of duty, including three Palm Beach County Sheriff's corrections deputies.

Here is a list of all of our state's fallen heroes who will be honored during the event:

Broward County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Benjamin Nimtz| End of Watch: July 21, 2019

Broward County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Shannon Bennett | End of Watch: April 3, 2020

Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Jose Diaz Ayala | End of Watch: April 4, 2020

Lake County Sheriff’s Office Master Deputy Lynn Jones | End of Watch: June 24, 2020

Lake County Sheriff’s Office Master Detention Deputy Richard Barry | End of Watch: July 16, 2020

Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Chris Cunningham | End of Watch: August 5, 2020

Broward County Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Aldemar Rengifo | End of Watch: August 16, 2020

Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Charles Pugh | End of Watch: August 18, 2020

Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Maurice Ford | End of Watch: August 29, 2020

Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Angela Chavers | End of Watch: September 12, 2020

Clay County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Eric Twisdale | End of Watch: September 16, 2020

Seminole County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant James LaRue Rengifo | End of Watch: November 20, 2020

Hardee County Sheriff’s Office Major Maxwell “Randy” Dey Jr | End of Watch: November 27, 2014

The ceremony will be streaming live on the FSA's Facebook page at 2 p.m.


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