A Little Something for a friend.

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A Little Something for a friend.

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Made for Mrs. Zack Parrish. Wife of Deputy Killed in the Line of Duty. Photo by Retired Deputy John Lynch. Oak and Cherry.
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Real nice.
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Post by eagle-for »

That is a fantastic job, did you model the badge? I am looking for a place to have a US State Seal made commcially..
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Yes I modeled the Badge, but It is only a hobby for me. I don't want to turn it into a business as it won't be fun anymore.

Thanks for your replies and kind words though.

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Excellent result and honorable cause.
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Lovely job. Nice memorial to officer Parrish's service.

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Excellent work, and a beautiful way to honour the man.

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Great job! I hope you don't have to make many of these.
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I would be happy if I never made another! Thanks for the thought.

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I know the thread is old, but I just got to see you work. Well done, sir.

Zack's funeral was the first of three line of duty funerals I attended this year. It was a really rough start to the year for those of us in uniform and our families.

Please pass on to his family that the service was the most incredible I have ever attended. To use that platform to reach out to others and honor God was a blessing beyond words to everyone there.

A few months later, I attended Deputy Flick's funeral, and gave this to his sheriff to give to his family. My work isn't on your level yet, by any means!

Blessings,
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Great looking piece of work. The styles may be a little different, but outstanding job in anyone's eyes. Love the scripture as well.

Keep up the good work, God bless you and yours!

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Well done to both of you. Anytime one can pay homage to the fallen heroes we all live among is a place in my book. You could have beat that out with a screwdriver and a tire iron and the sentiment still comes across. Kudos to you all that create your selfless works of art to memorialize some truly unsung heroes. Thanks for sharing and caring. :lol: :lol:
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Fantastic. Highest quality of work

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Great job.
Thank You
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