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Organization Helps Families of Fallen St. Louis Officers

November 25, 2009  | 

Anne Sebold remembers only two things from the day she learned her husband, city police officer Louis Sebold, 45, had been killed in the line of duty:

The looks on her six children's faces, and the visit from two men who called themselves the BackStoppers.

At the time, she didn't fully realize all that they would do for her. But now, 34 years later, she doesn't know what she would have done without them.

"You felt like you had support," Sebold said. "Like you could do this."

For 50 years this year, the St. Louis-area agency — the only one like it in the country — has filled the financial gap left by fallen heroes.

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