Norwalk community to pay final respects to veteran police officer who lost battle with cancer

The Norwalk community paid its final respects Tuesday at the funeral Mass for a veteran police officer who lost his battle with brain cancer.

News 12 Staff

Jan 28, 2020, 10:32 AM

Updated 1,548 days ago

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The Norwalk community paid its final respects Tuesday at the funeral Mass for a veteran police officer who lost his battle with brain cancer.
Cesar Ramirez, 71, served on the Norwalk police force for more than 30 years.
A motorcade made its way to St. Matthew's Church ahead of the wake Monday afternoon, as students from Columbus Magnet School and Side-by-Side Charter School held up signs that read "thank you for your service."
Ramirez served as the school resource officer at both schools. He was also the chairman of the Norwalk Housing Authority.
The funeral Mass was held at St. Matthew's Church.


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