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Sergeant Alan J. Haymaker | Chicago Police Department, Illinois Chicago Police Department, Illinois


Alan J. Haymaker

Chicago Police Department, Illinois

End of Watch: Monday, February 22, 2010

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 56

Tour: 21 years

Badge # 2532

Cause: Automobile accident

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Sergeant Alan Haymaker was killed in an automobile accident while responding to a burglary-in-progress call shortly before 5:15 am. His patrol car hit a patch of ice on the roadway, jumped the curb and struck a light pole, then a tree, while traveling southbound on Lake Shore Drive near Irving Park Road.

He was transported to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center where he succumbed to his injuries a short time later.

Sergeant Haymaker was a third-generation officer with the Chicago Police Department and had served for 21 years, being assigned to the Town Hall District. He was survived by his wife, three daughters, parents, three brothers and two sisters.

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just watched your second daughter get married. more than a few of us brought the joy of your spirit to life with reflections and stories. everyone there felt your spirit in their hearts.
yesterday my kids found an abandoned kitten. it's a female. yea, very funny Al. laugh it up.

George Hemesath
October 14, 2015


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