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Officers came together to take part in an annual police memorial service, taking time to remember those who have served our community.

Fellow officers read the names of those who have fallen in the line of duty.

This year was especially difficult as the Davenport Police Department deals with a recent loss of one of their own.

"Sgt. Marxen was a beloved member of the department beloved member of the community and closing him several months ago certainly made an impact on this event today," Davenport Chief Frank Donchez said.

Sgt. Marxen died unexpectedly while out on a run.

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