Thursday, September 07, 2000
Officer Kevin Crayon:
Visitation and services: Visitation is 10 a.m. to noon today at Lincoln Heights Missionary Baptist Church, 9991 Wayne Ave., Woodlawn. The funeral begins there at noon. Burial follows in Oak Hills Cemetery, Springdale.
On TV: CitiCable - Channel 23 - will broadcast the funeral of Officer Crayon live beginning at noon.
Visitation and services: Visitation will be held from 11:30 a.m. to noon today at New Christian Life Baptist Church, 3043 Hackberry St., Evanston. The funeral begins there at noon. Burial follows in Baltimore Pike Cemetery, 3200 Costello Ave., Westwood.
The FOP Family Auxiliary is selling $1 blue ribbons, with proceeds going to college funds for Officer Crayon's three teen-agers. Call 381-2550 to purchase them.
Donations to Officer Crayon's family can be made at any Fifth Third or Provident Bank.
Donations for Courtney's family may be made at any Firstar bank.
On the Web
Express condolences; get complete coverage of Officer Crayon's death at Enquirer.com/crayon.
Other Web sites of interest:
www.nleomf.com, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
www.nationalcops.org, operated by Concerns of Police Survivors.
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