14 fallen New York police officers honored at New York State Fair Law Enforcement Day

Fourteen New York law enforcement officers, five of whom died from World Trade Center-related illnesses, have been added to the New York State Fair’s law enforcement memorial, reported Syracuse.com’s Jacob Pucci. The names of NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia and NPYD Sergeant Paul J. Tuozzolo, who were killed in the line of duty this year, were also added to the memorial.

NYS Trooper Brian S. Falb and Investigator Paul R. Stuewer of the NY State Police and NYPD Assistant Chief Michael V. Quinn, NYPD Deputy Chief James G. Molloy, and NYPD Detective Michael Hance all died of World Trade Center-related illnesses.

Here are the names of the 14 officers who died in the line of duty that were added to the memorial

• Covel C. Pierce – New York State Police. Died March 10, 2011.
• Kerry J. Winters Sr. – Ulster County Sheriff’s Office. Died September 22, 2016.
• Timothy P. Pratt – New York State Police. Died October 26, 2016.
• Steven McDonald – New York City Police Department. Died November 4, 2016.
• Kevin M. Haverly – Greene County Sheriff’s Office. Died February 28, 2017.
• Brian S. Falb – New York State Police. Died March 13, 2017.
• Miosotis Familia – New York City Police Department. Died July 5, 2017.
• Michael V. Quinn – New York City Police Department. Died June 5, 2016.
• Paul R. Stuewer – New York State Police. Died October 5, 2016.
• Paul J. Tuozzolo – New York City Police Department. Died January 10, 2017.
• James G. Molloy – New York City Police Department. Died January 30, 2017.
• Michael Hance – New York City Police Department. Died March 12, 2017.
• Robert J. Johnson – Northville Police Department. Died July 4, 2017.
• Joel R. Davis – New York State Police. Died July 9, 2017.

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