Plymouth Police Officer Gregg Maloney Honored with Motorcycle Gasoline Tank Memorial

Plymouth Police Officer Gregg Maloney died of a motorcycle accident on Samoset Street while on duty on April 1, 2014. He was honored this spring when his department asked us to paint a motorcycle gasoline tank in his memory.

We painted the tank with the department’s colors and included the winged emblem of the motorcycle squad, as well as Maloney’s end-of-watch date.

After we completed the project, the tank was on display in the department’s roll call room so that friends and fellow officers could put notes to Maloney inside.

The tank was then sealed and brought to Washington, D.C. this May when more than a dozen officers traveled to attend services honoring law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty in 2014. The tank was placed in the National Law Enforcement Museum.

We are grateful for Officer Maloney’s years of service. Our thoughts continue to be with his wife and two children.

Read more about the story in the Old Colony Memorial article.

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