Our firm said “thank you” last month to the dedicated men and women in law enforcement in the Montgomery County area who devote their lives to serve and protect the public. Personnel from all area law enforcement agencies and their families were invited to attend the annual Beasley Allen Fish Fry event on Thursday, April 16th, at the historic Train Shed in downtown Montgomery. Featured speakers included:
• Susan Moss, executive director of Central Alabama CrimeStoppers;
• Monica Jordan, advocate on behalf of Mothers Against Drunk Driving and the State of Alabama Crime Victims Commission; and
• Montgomery County District Attorney Ellen Brooks.
At the event the firm presented a donation of $2,500 each to the Montgomery Public Safety Insurance Fund (PSIF) and the Alabama State Troopers Association. As you may know, PSIF, established by Grant Sullivan and Jerry Willis, two Montgomery business leaders, funds life insurance and accidental death insurance policies for every firefighter, police officer and sheriff’s deputy on active duty in Montgomery. A good number of local businesses support this program. Donations to the Alabama State Trooper Association fund life insurance for Troopers, and they also are used to purchase Trooper Teddy Bears. These special bears are used to comfort children involved in traumatic events or children who are hospitalized during the holiday season.
More than 200 law enforcement personnel and their family members attended this year’s fish fry. A great meal was provided by Phil Norton and the Farmer’s Market Café and everybody seemed to enjoy it. It was a very good event and we are proud to recognize law enforcement personnel who are dedicated to their work.
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