The Minnesota Law Enforcement Memorial Association extends its extreme thanks to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office for hosting the 32nd Annual Law Enforcement Ecumenical Service held on Sunday May 4, 2014 in Oakwood.
We would also like to thank and recognize the survivors, the departments who have lost an officer and others for their continued support of our mission. Without your support LEMA’s mission would be a difficult one.
Special appreciation to the Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association and Executive Director Dennis Flaherty for their sponsorship of the meal provided after the event.
Chief Beahen is the President of Law Enforcement Memorial Association (LEMA).
LEMA is dedicated to assisting the families and home agencies of those law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. LEMA board members are police officers, survivors and friends of fallen officers who volunteer their time. All contributions go to supporting the activities of the association.
LEMA is able to provide assistance both at the time of death, as well as into the future. LEMA honors the families and fallen officers during National Law Enforcement Memorial Week. LEMA is there . . . when the need arises.
The Minnesota Law Enforcement Memorial Association (LEMA) is a non-profit organization and all contributions are tax deductible per IRS section 501(c)(3).
Donations are always welcome.
Charitable tax exempt contributions can be sent to LEMA by mailing to LEMA at our new address
LEMA4335 Pheasant Ridge Dr NESuite #224-105Blaine, MN 55449763-542-8645
Download and print the 2014 LEMA Candlelight Order of Service.