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SA Jim McGuire Police Week Memorial Coffee

10th Annual SA Jim McGuire Police Week Memorial Coffee. Coffee starts at 9:30 AM. Speakers will start at 10 AM. We will gather at the memorial at 11 AM for a service and placement of service martyr plaques. To attend, former employees must provide full name and date of birth and, for guests, name, date of birth and social security number. Please email this information by 5/3/2018 to Bev at bev.wright@verizon.net or call her at 703-606-2209.

5/8/2018
When: 5/8/2018
9:30 AM to 12 Noon
Where: FBI Washington Field Office
601 4th Street, NW
Washington, DC  20535
Contact: Bev Wright
703-606-2209

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To attend, former employees must provide full name and date of birth and, for guests, name, date of birth and social security number.  Please email this information by Thursday, 5/3/2017 to Bev at bev.wright@verizon.net or call her at 703-606-2209.

Please arrive at WFO by 9:00 AM to allow time for check-in and to be escorted upstairs to the ADIC’s conference room.

Metro - Judiciary Square station

Parking - Limited two-hour metered street parking might be available within a couple of blocks of WFO, but the best option is to use a public parking garage.  The closest garages to WFO and the Law Enforcement Officers Memorial are SP+ Parking, 501 3rd Street, NW and LAZ Parking, 600 E Street, NW.

The first WFO-DC Chapter Open House/Coffee was held in May 2009, organized by the late SA Jim McGuire and WFO SA's Tom and Jean O'Connor.  After Jim's death in 2010, the Coffee was re-named in Jim's memory. Jim, Tom and Jean established this tradition to enhance liaison with WFO and to remember those FBI agents who have fallen in the line of duty. The FBI Agents Association (FBIAA) and the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI (SFSAFBI) DC Chapter co-host this coffee and remembrance event to honor fallen agents. Along with WFO leadership and Jim's family, dozens of WFO personnel, SFSAFBI DC and Quantico chapter members and Society staff members fill the ADIC's conference room with good cheer and solemn remembrance that today's FBI accomplishments would not have been possible without those who chose to put the safety of the American people above their own by making the ultimate sacrifice. After the coffee, attendees gather name plates of fallen agents and proceed on foot two blocks to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, where a ceremony is held and a wreath is placed that is draped with a banner stating, “FBI Family Remembers.”

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