The main character of this story is Sierra, a young lady who tragically lost her father in a shooting while he was working as a local police officer. She sent him heartfelt letters every week and paid weekly visits to his grave. She won’t forget him even after four years have passed.

It was uncomfortable, but she found it calming. It enabled her to cherish her memories and think back on their enjoyable times together.

Her father was not only a hero to her but to the whole neighborhood. His bravery in saving the lives of a woman and her children earned him a posthumous award from the state of Indianapolis. Sierra and those who cared for him continue his legacy even though he is no longer with us.

To honor her late father, Sierra, who is now 17 years old, also wore blue clothing. She went to his grave hoping to get a few pictures with her date, Brock Spayd, and a framed photo of her father.

Sierra Bradway arrived at the prom with a date, a corsage, and a long, gorgeous dress that she accessorized with glistening silver sneakers.

Her family’s customary prom photos were to be taken at Crown Hill Cemetery.

The son of the Marion County Sheriff’s captain, Sierra’s date matched Sierra’s gown’s deep blue hue with his tie, boutonniere, and pair of shoes. His mother got in touch with the IMPD and asked them to surprise Sierra at the funeral.

Saying goodbye to a Hero

Four years following the death of her father, Sierra’s daughter graduated from high school. She and her boyfriend visited the graveyard of her father, where they captured the moment on camera.

Saying goodbye to a Hero

This information was learned by Sierra’s mother, who is a police officer, who then informed her colleagues. Surprising Sierra, they arrived at her father’s grave in a group. Everyone smiled and posed for a group picture.

Officers from the Clermont Police Department, Speedway Police Department, Marion County Sheriff’s Office, Butler University Police Department, and IMPD gathered next to her father’s grave to wish the young couple a wonderful prom.

There were plenty of laughs, and some tears, but most importantly, there was love, the department said in a Facebook video. Sierra, be assured that your Blue Line Family will be by your side always, and that your father is grinning down from above. “.

The act of kindness left Sierra feeling moved to tears of joy.

Saying goodbye to a Hero