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May 15, 2003

Albany- The city of Albany honored all officers who died while protecting and serving the community Thursday.  Families of slain officers say they are grateful the city took time to honor their loved ones.

Nellie Kimbro is the mother of the late Albany Police Department officer, Randy Brown. She says, "I will always remember his smile. His smile was unforgettable."

Stewart Williamson is the son of the late Captain Tommy Williamson. Captain Williamson worked with the Dougherty County Sheriff's Office. His son Stewart says, "I was only three when my dad died. Everyone says he was a great officer. I plan on entering law enforcement and following in his footsteps."

This week is National Police Week.

Posted at 5:10PM by Jocelyn.Maner@walb.com

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