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Volunteers rejuvenate memorial for fallen Massachusetts State Police Troopers

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“As part of an annual spring tradition, Lieutenant Ron Solimini, Troopers Joe Folloni, John Dailey, Rob Curtis, Cadets Sean O’Riordan and Tim Donovan, and retired Sergeant John Kiley, all of whom are current or former members of the Norwell Barracks, teamed up today to rejuvenate the landscaping of the Memorial for Trooper Mark S. Charbonnier on Route 3 southbound in Kingston.

Special thanks to MassDOT Ken Colburn and his crew for assisting with the cleanup.

On Friday, September 2, 1994, Trooper Charbonnier was shot as he approached a van he stopped at the location of his current Memorial. He was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

Trooper Charbonnier was a member of the 69th RTT and served with the Massachusetts State Police for six years. He was assigned to the Norwell Barracks at the time of this incident.”-Massachusetts State Police.


Massachusetts State Police photo.


Massachusetts State Police photo.


Massachusetts State Police photo.


Massachusetts State Police photo.

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