MEMORIALS TO SOUTH CAROLINA FALLEN OFFICERS


South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers' Memorial
Erected and dedicated in 2006 on the grounds of the South Carolina Capital, Columbia, South Carolina

Anderson County Law Enforcement Memorial
Erected and dedicated in 1995 on the grounds of the Anderson County Court House

Memorial located on the grounds of the Myrtle Beach Police Department Training Facility honoring Myrtle Beach Police Department Pfc. Joe McGarry, EOW 10.29.2002.

Memorial located on the grounds of the Horry County Court House, which honors officers who died in Horry County.
Family of SC Highway Patrol Cpl. D. Kevin Cusack EOW 3.27.2010 when his name was added to the Lancaster County Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, located on Lancaster County Court House lawn

Family of SC Highway Patrol Sgt. Walter K. Floyd EOW 3.1.2002 at sign dedicating a section of St. James Road at Barrineau Crosssroads in Clarendon in memory of Sgt. Floyd.

Family of SC Highway Patrolman Walter T. Bell EOW 2.4.1939 at sign dedicating a portion of Matson Street in the Town of Kershaw between its northern and southern intersections with US Highway 521 Business in Lancaster County in Patrolman Bell’s memory.

Highway named in memory of SCHP Trooper Randall Lamar Hester EOW 4.20.1994 located on Hwy. 20 in Belton, South Carolina

Highway named in memory of Richland County Deputy Keith Cannon EOW 5.4.2005 located on I-20 in Lexington County, South Carolina between Hwy 378 and Hwy 1 exits.

Highway named in memory of Summerville Cpl. Philip Michael Deese EOW 3.9.2007 located at Exit 177 on I-26 in Dorchester County, South Carolina

Overpass named in memory of SCHP L/Cpl. Jonathan W. Parker EOW 5.16.2002 located on Hwy. 620 at I-95

Interchange at US 17 and US 21, Gardens Corner, Beaufort, named in memory of SCHP Trooper David Hunter O'Brien EOW 12.13.1991

Bridge named in memory of Horry County Sheriff Lt. Randy G. Gerald EOW 12.29.2001 located in Horry County

Memorial to Lancaster County Officers killed in the line of duty. Located on the lawn of the Lancaster County Courthouse, Lancaster, South Carolina

Monument in memory of Abbeville County Sgt. Danny Wilson EOW 12.8.2003 and Abbeville Constable Donald Ouzts EOW 12.8.2003 located on the lawn of the Abbeville Law Enforcement Center

Memorial to Clarendon County officers killed in the line of duty. Located on the lawn of the County Courthouse in Manning, South Carolina.

Highway named in memory of Edgefield Deputy Allen "Pete" Myers EOW 9.19.2000 located on Hwy 23 in Saluda County

Street in Lynchburg, South Carolina, named in memory of SCHP Trooper Marvin Leroy Titus EOW 11.21.1991

Highway dedicated in memory of SCHP L/Cpl. Michael A. Chappell EOW 4.17.1995 located on Hwy. 378 in Clarendon County

Highway named in memory of SCHP Trooper Mark H. Coates EOW 11.20.1992 located at mile marker 7 in Jasper County

Law Enforcement Center in Georgetown, South Carolina, named in memory of Georgetown Police Department Deputy Chief C. Spencer Guerry EOW 3.9.1994

Memorial to law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty in Berkeley County. Located on the grounds of the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office.

Highway named in memory of Patrolman William B. Bell and Deputy Marion Eugene Wright II on US 17A in Summerville, South Carolina EOW 11.19.2002

Beaver Creek Bridge on SC 97 in Kershaw County named in memory of SCHP Sr. Trooper Michael J. Rao EOW 6.12.2002

Family of SC Highway Patrol Cpl. John R. Clinton EOW 5.24.1983 with sign dedicating a portion of SC Highway 72 in Chester County between Going Road and Mountain Lake Road in Cpl. Clinton’s memory.