In honor of the 28th anniversary of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Vail Police officers will pay respect to the survivors and victims of this terrible disease. Uniformed personnel will wear pink badges and pink undershirts as a sign of solidarity for anyone struggling with this disease.
Vail Police has experienced its own loss with breast cancer with the passing of Sgt. Robyn Fetterolf on Dec. 11, 2011, after her long and courageous battle. Sgt. Fetterolf served 14 years with Vail Police and her legacy lives on. In 2020, Vail Police memorialized Sgt. Fetterolf’s commitment to duty and service to the guests and residents of Vail honoring her years of service on a patrol car. “This patrol car represents our memory of Sgt. Fetterolf and remains a year-round reminder of her devotion to duty, and the fight thousands world-wide face every day,” said Police Chief Dwight Henninger. “We also want to acknowledge everyone on the front lines of the battle against breast cancer. Together, know that you are making a difference,” he said.
For questions or comments, please contact Sgt. Randall Braucht at 970-479-2239 or firstname.lastname@example.org.