Discussion in 'Line of Duty Death News' started by JamnJim18, Apr 10, 2012.
Rest in peace Deputy Tvelia! Thoughts and prayers to your wife and three children.
RIP Deputy ..
RIP Deputy Tvelia.
RIP Deputy Tvelia
RIP Brother...very sad for all of us
Rest in peace deputy
RIP Deputy, my thoughts and prayers are with the deputy's family.
I read this shit and wonder why any of us even bother. I feel more and more everyday that the public could give a shit if a PO/FF/EMT Soldier gives their life in the line of duty.
All I want to do now is go to work, do the absolute bare minimum to get by and wait about 5 more years til I get my 80%
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I couldn't believe some of the comments by fools on the herald opinions...SICK!
Rest in Peace brother....
I cannot believe the comments on the news websites. Actually sickening. RIP Deputy.
Rest in Peace Deputy...God bless you, your family and the members of the Sheriff Dept.
Service set for deputy sheriff killed in crash
By Erin Smith
Sunday, April 15, 2012 -
Local law enforcement officers plan to honor fallen Deputy Sheriff Ryan Tvelia, a week after the 42-year-old Plainville father of three died in an Interstate 95 motorcycle crash in Sharon as he headed to serve as an honor guard at the funeral of another officer’s mother.
Officers are expected to show up in force for a ritual “walk through” during Tuesday’s wake for Tvelia at Dyer-Lake Funeral Home in North Attleboro and also honor Tvelia in front of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception in North Attleboro after his funeral Mass on Wednesday.
“Our support and heartfelt sympathy go out to his wife and children during this extremely difficult time,” said Norfolk County Sheriff Michael G. Bellotti in a message posted on the department’s website. “We want them to know that the sheriff’s office stands firmly with them, and we want them to know how much we loved, respected, and admired Ryan.”
Deputy in crash mourned
Photo by Ted Fitzgerald
SOLEMN STEPS: Law enforcement officials march in the funeral procession yesterday for Norfolk County Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Tvelia, 42, who was killed in a motorcycle crash on Interstate 95 in Walpole.
Law enforcement officers from across the state gathered last night to pay their respects to veteran Norfolk County Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Tvelia, 42, who was killed in a motorcycle crash on Interstate 95 in Walpole last week as he headed to serve as an honor guard at the funeral of another officer’s mother.
Hundreds of officers, with their badges covered, marched past the Dyer-Lake Funeral Home in North Attleboro during his wake yesterday to honor Tvelia.
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