Last month, PPOA reps joined Department executives and family members of fallen Deputy Didier Hurdle for a highway memorial sign dedication in Lynwood. The 36-year-old deputy was shot and killed in the line of duty in 1977 and was survived by his wife and three children. After a request from retired member Bob Oullette, PPOA worked with state legislators to secure the sign and honor the late Deputy Hurdle for his service and sacrifice. That sign is now mounted along the I-105 in Lynwood. More photos from the ceremony are available on the PPOA Facebook page.