Thursday, April 21, 2011

A True Friend is Lost

Rob Moorhead ~ EOW: 4/19/2011 ~ Always Remembered
Photo courtesy: dsobs.com


It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of S/A Rob Moorhead, a member of Law Enforcement United and tremendous supporter of survivors of fallen officers everywhere.

Rob was killed by a careless driver in Louisiana on Tuesday during a training ride for his upcoming 700-mile ride from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia, to Washington, DC, in memory of all fallen officers.

Join us as we pray for Rob's family, friends, and fellow LEU riders during this time of tremendous loss.

Law Enforcement United Press Release:

It is with a heavy heart that I inform you of the death of James "Rob" Moorhead. Rob is one of our LEU Members, and was preparing for the upcoming  eight-day FLETC ride when he was struck by a vehicle while on a training ride in St.Helena Parrish,LA., and succumed to his injuries.

Please join me in prayers and condolences to Rob's family and friends. We lost a member of our family tonight, please take a moment to honor him.

Rich Gallo will be in touch with me to share further information and details regarding funeral arrangements. I will pass along information when it is received.

With Deepest Sympathies to the Moorhead Family,

Chad Chadwick, President
Law Enforcement United

1 comment:

  1. I had ridden over 5000 miles with Rob as part of the PUT and LEU. We were all excited about seeing each other again next week for the 2011 ride. Rob was a part of the rides core group and will be missed by many. I cannot express what it meant to the survivors we met to have the bagpipes played for their loved ones at services during our journey. Rob designed the tartan and was instrumental (no pun intended.....but he would appreciate it) in the creation of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Pipe Group. Rob was a military veteran serving as a pilot for the USMC and CBP. Keep flying high brother. Miss you and love you.

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