Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Monument Fund Commission

The Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Monument Fund Commission, created by Public Act 177 of 2004, was established to oversee the financing, design and construction of Michigan's Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. The commission is the governing body of the monument fund.
 
The commission consists of the state treasurer or his or her designee, the attorney general or his or her designee, and five members appointed by the Governor. Appointees serve 4-year terms.
 

Statute

 

Contact Information

Georgia Shuler
Departmental Analyst
Department of Technology, Management and Budget
Phone: (517) 284-7995
Fax: (517) 284-7972
Email: shulerg@michigan.gov
 

Members  

 
Deodge Hill, Canton
Representing a member nominated by the chief of police of a municipal police department of a municipality with a population of more than 500,000 who is a survivor of an officer of that police department killed while on duty
Term ends 6/30/24

Mary Johnson, Okemos
Representing a member nominated by the Michigan State Troopers Association who is a survivor of an officer of the Michigan State Police killed while on duty
Term ends 6/30/24

Ronald Griffin, Roscommon
Representing police chaplains
Term ends 6/30/24
 
Linda Emmert, Omena
Representing a member nominated by the executive director of the Michigan fraternal order of police who is a survivor of an officer killed while on duty who served with a municipal police department of a municipality with a population of 500,000 or less
Term ends 6/30/20
 
Katy Sherwood, Farwell
Representing a member nominated by the executive director of the Sheriff's Association of Michigan who is a survivor of an officer of a county sheriff's department killed while on duty
Term ends 6/30/20
 
John  Szczubelek  
Attorney General Designee
State Treasurer or designee