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Trooper Mark P. Groner

Maryland State Police, Maryland

End of Watch Thursday, October 1, 1992

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Reflections for Trooper Mark P. Groner

This belated and late message is to say goodbye to a very
good person. I knew Mark from the 98th State Police Class. If it were not for Mark, I and I suspect many others in the class would not have passed those difficult days. He was funny and had a contagious smile. Above all, he was very serious about becoming a Maryland State Trooper. While some of us have moved on to other things in life, Mark is and shall always be on patrol for all of us. May God Bless You and your family for their great loss. It is a loss that shall never be forgotten!.

Trooper P. Moses ( Resigned ).
Maryland State Police

July 27, 2006

you are missed. Everytime I pass that intersection I am reminded of your corney jokes, your contagious smile, and the unfortunate night that your life was cut far short. You were a good friend and I knew that my backup was close by when you were working. The streets that you are patrolling is much better than the hell that I and those that you left behind have to deal with. Someday we will meet again and laugh at all of the funny parts of this job. Until then goodbye my friend.

Cpl. James Miller
Easton Pd

September 28, 2005

You are not forgotten Trooper Groner

December 25, 2004


I still remember our friendship, and what a dedicated Trooper you were. I know you are in God's hands now, but you are not forgotten.


May 19, 2003

PFC Joel Morris #2412
Prince Georges County Police

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