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Hundreds turn out to pay tribute to West Allis officer who died

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WEST ALLIS (WKOW) -- Hundreds of law enforcement officers from around the state were in West Allis Monday to honor Stacie Napoli.

The 17-year veteran officer died from complications of child birth last week after delivering twins. The infants, a boy and girl, are doing well.
   
Dozens of area firefighters and police officers joined family and friends as the procession made its way from a New Berlin funeral home to Highland Memorial park.

Napoli is gone, but the people she worked with and loved in the city of West Allis said her good deeds and her memories will last forever

Community support for the family has been overwhelming. There have been at least two large fundraiser's for the Napoli family: Sunday night at Sobelman's restaurant and there's an online fund, which people continue donating to, even after the goal of $50,000 was reached.

To donate: http://www.gofundme.com/6y83o8





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