Kathy is added to the victims’ of crimes quilt 2012
Murdered November 21
I couldn’t be there this year but my sisters Ann and Janet are. My prayers are with all those attending, we have a common thread that runs through our lives. I am especially thinking of law enforcement today, they will be the center of attention. I’m sorry for your loss….
CONCORD, N.H. — Recent crime victims in New Hampshire, including Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney, will be remembered during this year’s Crime Victims’ Rights Day.
The New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence noted that in just under a month, nine people have lost their lives to violent crime, including the police chief, who was killed in the line of duty on April 12.
Events marking the day Tuesday will include speeches in Concord by Gov. John Lynch and New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney, and a memorial service at St. Paul’s Church in the city to pay tribute to all those who have died or have been traumatized by violent crime. A vigil and reception will follow.