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Tag day for family

October 25, 2013
Weirton Daily Times
The law enforcement community will be collecting donations for the Follansbee blast victims during a Nov. 3 tag day at Wal-Mart. Officers from Steubenville Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 1, Weirton FOP Lodge 84 and Brooke County FOP Lodge 101 have already donated $10,000 to help the Mozingo family, whose home was leveled in the Oct. 11 blast that killed 13-year-old Hannah Mozingo and seriously injured her parents, George and Tracy, and older sister, Haley. Taking part in the recent check presentation were, front from left, Brooke County Sheriff’s Deputy Sgt. Darren Hanna, acting president of Lodge 101; Hayden Grishkevich; Hunter Grishkevich; Tyler Mozingo, the couple’s son; George Mozingo’s brother, Ernie; Jen Harris; in back, Weirton Police Lt. Greg Moodie; Weirton Patrolman Scott Schrader; Weirton Patrolman Brennan Bish; Weirton Sgt. Ricky Grishkevich; Weirton Police Sgt. Eric Patterson, president of Lodge 84; C.J. Grishkevich; Weirton Patrolman Brian Beatty; Weirton Patrolman Tony Apesos; and Steubenville Patrolman Jim Marquis, president of Lodge 1. -- Linda Harris
 
 

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