Relaxation properly, officer Edward Stewart. Thanks in your service.
AKRON, Ohio — The Akron neighborhood is mourning the dying of police officer Edward Stewart, who handed away early Friday “after a brave and prolonged battle with COVID-19 associated problems.” He was 60 years outdated.
The Akron Police Division confirmed the information on Fb, noting that officer Stewart was affectionately often known as “Stew.”
“Stew started his profession as a civilian worker in 1993 earlier than pursuing his ardour and becoming a member of the police academy in December 1994,” the division posted. “Stew was assigned to Platoon three and served the neighborhood because the transport wagon officer, the place he remained, by selection, for his total profession.”
Even in probably the most important moments, the Akron Police Division stated Stew was at all times one of many first to reply with help for fellow officers.
“Stew quietly left an indelible mark upon the Akron Police Division and neighborhood all through his 27-year profession. Stew was identified to many for his distinctive thirst for information and an equal need to share that with everybody all through the division, no matter rank.”
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An account has been arrange on the Akron Hearth and Police Credit score Union for Stewart’s household. Donations may be submitted to the next addresses:
217 South Excessive Avenue, fifth flooring
1810 Buchholzer Boulevard
Make checks payable to AFPCU and the cash might be given on to his household.
“Stew was equally often known as a humble, neighborhood oriented, public servant, who was at all times genuinely variety to everybody he met. Considered one of Stew’s many items was his photographic reminiscence, one he would normally make the most of to assist improve public security.”
Relaxation properly, sir. Thanks in your service.