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Memorial Luncheon for Fallen St. Louis Police Officers to be held at the St. Louis Dream Center

by Joyce Meyer Ministries - posted November 20, 2013

  • Highway Dedication Ceremony for two former St. Louis Police Officers
  • November 25 from 11:00am-1:00pm at the St. Louis Dream Center
  • St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay and Chief of Police Colonel Doyle Dotson to share

(ST. LOUIS, MO)Two of St. Louis’s fallen police officers will be honored on Monday, November 25th, at a luncheon hosted by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. Sergeant Jeffry Kowalski and Officer Daryl A. Hall’s service to the city will be commemorated through a highway dedication ceremony. The event will be held at the St. Louis Dream Center, located in the 6th district of St. Louis, where Sgt. Kowalski and Officer Hall served.

Sgt. Kowalski was a twenty-one year veteran of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, as well as a decorated veteran, and was loved by the officers he supervised. Officer Hall had served the city of St. Louis for five years, and was also a basketball coach for at-risk young men. He aspired to become a schoolteacher one day.

“We wanted the families and friends of officers who’ve died in the line of duty to know that they will never be forgotten,” says Sergeant Taylor of the Metropolitan Police Department of St. Louis. “It’s our department’s way of honoring those who’ve made the ultimate sacrifice.” Sergeant Taylor is organizing the lunch with Sgt. Kowalski’s wife, Kim.

“We are so grateful for these men who gave their lives to keep our city safe”, says Pastor Alex Bryant, Director of the St. Louis Dream Center. “We are honored to be a part of this event that will commemorate such courageous men.” 175 people are expected to attend, including the St. Louis Mayor and the Chief of Police.

About the St. Louis Dream Center

An outreach arm of Joyce Meyer Ministries, the St. Louis Dream Center was founded in 2000 by Dave and Joyce Meyer to be a healing place for a hurting world. With over 30 community programs conducted each year, the Dream Center reaches thousands of disadvantaged children and families in St. Louis, impacting their neighborhoods and quality of life. The Dream Center provides meals to the hungry and assists the homeless. Staff and volunteers make visits to area homes, nursing and retirement communities offering prayer, gifts, companionship and comfort. For more information, please visit