FOP Lodge 50 Memorial Fund

"Never Forgotten"

Below are those FOP Lodge 50 Members whose names have most recently been added to the "FOP Lodge 50 Memorial Tablet". 

The name of Mark A. Remington II was added to the FOP Lodge 50 Memorial Tablet on April 30, 2019. Mark was a paramedic and then became a well known Sergeant retiring with the Lancaster Police Department after 25 years. After retiring, Sgt. Remington became an AM Board Certified Death Investigator with the Fairfield County Coroner's Office. Mark will be greatly missed. RIP Sgt. Remington.

The name of William E. "Bill" Kemper  was added to the FOP Lodge 50 Memorial Tablet on January 9, 2019. Bill served his country in the US Army and retired from the Lancaster, Ohio, Police Department in March of 1981. Bill will be deeply missed by his family and his Brothers and Sisters of FOP Lodge 50.

The name of Brian W. Lowe was added to the FOP Lodge 50 Memorial Tablet on September 29, 2018. Brian served in the US Army where he was a Paratrooper and served during Operation Desert Storm. He earned his Masters Degree from Northwestern University. Brian started his career in Law Enforcement in MacArthur, Ohio. He soon moved to the Lancaster, Ohio, Police Department where he has been a police officer for many years. He enjoyed teaching classes at Hocking College and Ohio University-Lancaster. Brian also had his pilots license and loved to fly. At the time of his unexpected death Lt. Lowe was the Chief of Detectives at the Lancaster Police Department.