Monday, October 29, 2018

Another Hero Taken Way Too Soon!



Investigator Farrah 'Maxine' Turner
End of Watch October 22, 2018

We've lost yet another officer killed in the line of duty.  Dedicated to serving at all costs.  She and Terrence were ambushed as well as all of the injured officers.  Prayer is needed for all.

I did not have the privilege of knowing Farrah, but Chuck did.  I've heard nothing but good things about her and you know what a wonderful thing to leave behind.  So many people loved and cared for her.

The pictures, videos and links listed below will give you plenty of information on this true hero.






I don't like to sensationalize the criminal because this is a tribute to
Farrah but people have asked me what happened
So I will share this below





Photo Credit and Story here

What a beautiful smile 
That is one thing everyone says about her
Such a loving, giving, courageous young lady
A driven person who really loved her job





10:42 For The Final Time October 22, 2018
After Being Wounded October 3, 2018




Escort to Charleston for autopsy



video credit Dana Moody


City of Lake City, SC
Bringing Farrah back home





credit

I can't imagine how this mother and family feel
I do know that the bond between officers and their wives
For that matter will never die
She will be missed







FUNERAL 
A sad but inspirational service.


A note:
At the grave there was a Dove that flew
Then flew back to sit on the casket
Such a heartwarming sign



Florence County Sheriff Kenney Boone and his family attend a memorial service for fallen Florence County Sheriff Investigator Farrah Turner Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018, at the Florence Center in Florence, S.C.Turner died from injuries she sustained in the line of duty Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 (AP Photo/Richard Shiro) Story/Credit



Photo Credit Glynn Willis Adams Outdoor Advertising Florence



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RIP Farrah



We are blessed to live in a region where people care about others.


Please be in prayer for Farrah's family, co-worker family and friends.

Prayer also is needed for the other officers that are in the process of healing.



You can see our tribute to Terrence here




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