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Community Shows Support for Police Statue by Purchasing Commemorative Bricks

On an annual basis, the Mundelein Police Statue Committee and the Village of Mundelein host an appreciation ceremony for residents who purchase commemorative bricks in support of the police statue, “The Protector.” The statue, presents a powerful image to Village residents and visitors concerning the selfless contributions made by those in public service on a daily basis.

“This is a wonderful tribute not only to all those who have served as a Mundelein Police Officers, but to all those in law-enforcement. Our focus here at Mundelein is our citizens and this statue is a meaningful symbol and reminder of that commitment to the community. We are very appreciative of the community’s support,” said Eric Guenther, Mundelein Police Chief.

On behalf of the Village of Mundelein and the Police Statue Committee, Mundelein proudly acknowledges the following residents for their commitment to this public monument:

2017 Commemorative Bricks

4 x 8 Bricks
 Bob Palazzo-“Thank you for your service.”
 Tony and Larysa Brandt and Family

12 x 12 Bricks
 61st Historical Society of Fort Hill Country 30th Fort Hill Heritage Museum
 In Loving Memory-Mary West-Mike West-Austine Clemons
 Mundelein Automotive, Inc.-Thank You for Serving and Protecting Us
 Mundelein Community Bank

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