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Line of Duty Memorial Page

This page is dedicated to those who have lost their lives in the line of duty. May we never forget them.

We are told that there is "No greater love than for a man to lay down his life for his friends." The individuals listed below gave up their lives protecting the citizens of Montgomery.

Silas Goree - January 1, 1829

William D. Montgomery - September 22, 1886

John R. Pugh - October 11, 1886

John F. Suggs - Feburary 15, 1896

Thomas Walter Berrey - October 5, 1910

Milton Goocher - March 1, 1918

Joseph Earl Davis - April 16, 1919

John B. Barbaree - September 29, 1919

George Luther Berrey - October 19, 1919

Albert Sansom - September 28, 1922

Rexford C. Wright - August 11, 1929

Raymond B. Mathis - April 30, 1936

Andrew O. Brasington - September 26, 1936

Marion D. Stalnaker - October 17, 1950

James Dean Sanford - September 29, 1961

Samuel Douglas Sumner - November 5, 1967

Manford E. Furr - October 12, 1974

George W. McGaughey  - March 15, 1975

William E. Noble - May 5, 1976

Robert C. Ussery - July 21, 1978

Mary P. McCord - January 5, 1982

James Russell Ward - October 3, 1994

Willie Henry Pryor - January 22, 1995

Anderson Gordon III - September 24, 1997

Keith Edwin Houts - September 30, 2006

Kenneth M. Armstrong - August 17, 2007

Joshuah P. Broadway  - January 25, 2009

David L. Colley - April 4, 2015