The Brotherhood for the Fallen Horry / Georgetown Chapter is a non-profit organization that honorably supports the families and communities of fallen officers across the United States.
Since these brave heroes have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty, our mission is to provide support to their families, departments, and communities. Through membership dues and generous community partner donations, we are able to send two Brotherhood members, in full dress blues uniforms to the locations across this great country where an officer has been murdered in the line of duty.
Headquartered in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, we are honored to be in partnership with the Horry County Sheriff’s Office, and proudly supporting the local law enforcement community in South Carolina.
This chapter is here for you. We work hard to be a resource for our Brotherhood, and if you have ideas about how we could do that better, please join us!
We are only as strong as our membership. If you'd like to join us and possibly travel, we'd love to tell you more about how it all works.
We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you, and every dollar raised helps to honor our brothers and sisters who served and gave all.
I served 22 years with the New York City Police Department. In that time, I had assignments at the following commands: 105, 46, 50, and 110 precincts. I retired out of traffic operations in 2017 and made the decision to move to the coast of South Carolina. Though my job was done, I found myself drawn back to support our brothers and sisters in blue. I founded the Horry / Georgetown chapter as a direct effort to continue my mission of helping to honor our fallen brothers and sisters. Together, we will support these families, just as I know they would support mine.
I started my career in Law Enforcement with the Myrtle Beach Police Department, serving in many positions, to include; Uniform Patrol, Detective, and Patrol Sergeant, culminating after 12 years as a Lieutenant-Watch Commander.
Subsequently, I served as an FBI Special Agent, and Supervisory Special Agent entering on duty in Tampa, Florida, with assignments in New Orleans, New York, Washington, D. C. and Columbia. I have 37 years of combined law enforcement experience.
It is devastating and difficult to suffer the loss of a loved one, but when that loss is untimely and tragic, it can be insurmountable for family and friends. I have joined Dean and Michael to insure these officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice should never be forgotten.
I served 32 years with the Los Angeles Police Department, working a variety of assignments, Uniform Patrol in Newton, Wilshire, and Hollenbeck Divisions to include gangs, with short terms in Hollywood and Central Divisions. I also served as a Detective working cargo theft at LAX, Anti-Terrorist Division out of Headquarters and Homicide out of Harbor Division. Ultimately, I received a promotion to Detective II and was assigned to the 77th Street Detective Bureau as the Night Detective Watch Commander.
Never losing the feel of the job and the desire to help my fellow brothers and sisters of law enforcement here in South Carolina, I teamed up with Dean and Rondie to form this local chapter.