In Memory Of Alex Hamzy And Dustin Demonte

Fallen Officers Memorial Garden

A special fallen officers memorial garden was recently unveiled in Bristol, CT, established for Hamzy and DeMonte, and to recognize all first responders. Located in a cemetery at 522 Terryville Ave.

Fallen Officers Memorial Garden Service
Garden For Fallen Officers Memorial

Police Memorial Bench  For Alex and Dustin

The city of Bristol was devastated to hear of the passing of Sergeant Alex Hamzy and Lieutenant Dustin DeMonte fallen in the line of duty. The community came together wanting to create something special in their memory.

The concept was to establish a tranquil and contemplative space for honoring our fallen heroes. Bristol businesses generously contributed their time and resources to craft a beautiful garden. Turning to us for help, we brought their vision to life by creating two steel memorial benches adorned with a multicolored thin blue line police flag design. It’s been a privilege for us to play a small but meaningful role in honoring the memory of Alex and Dustin.

Police Memorial Bench Features:

At Smith Steelworks, we strive for the bench to be allow as much personalization as possible. We’ve highlighted a few main features on these police benches.

Fallen Officer Memorial Garden Badge

Sergeant Badge

The bench features a detailed rendering of Sergeant Alex Hamzy’s badge. 

Blue Line Flag For Fallen Officers Memorial Garden

Muli-colored Flag

Adding multiple powder coating colors to a single bench is a rarity. Learn more about the fabrication process here.

Unveiling Fallen Officers Memorial Garden

Alex and Dustin’s memorial benches were unveiled and dedicated surrounded by loving friends and family. News outlets were there to watch the unveiling and hear stories from their loved ones. Memories were shared, tears were shed, and smiles were found. You can read more about this garden here.

Twin Benches
Rock For Alex And Dustin
Overall View Of Bristol Memorial Garden