Karen Wolf, of Hooppole, is a member of the Illinois Chapter of C.O.P.S (Concerns of Police Survivors), an organization for survivors and co-workers of law enforcement officials killed in the line of duty. Wolf’s son, Michigan State Trooper Chad Wolf, was killed in a traffic crash in 2015. As a representative of the Illinois Chapter of C.O.P.S., Wolf presented bags of candy to local law enforcement officers.. She made the presentation on Tuesday, Jan. 9 in conjunction with National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Pictured are, from left: Adam Burroughs (Atkinson Police Chief), Brandon Boyd (Geneseo Police Department), Wolf, Kerry Loncka (Henry County Sheriff), Tom Piotrowski (Geneseo Police Chief), Casey Disterhoft (Geneseo Police Department) and Tim Wise (Geneseo Police Department).

Karen Wolf, of Hooppole, is a member of the Illinois Chapter of C.O.P.S (Concerns of Police Survivors), an organization for survivors and co-workers of law enforcement officials killed in the line of duty. Wolf’s son, Michigan State Trooper Chad Wolf, was killed in a traffic crash in 2015. As a representative of the Illinois Chapter of C.O.P.S., Wolf presented bags of candy to local law enforcement officers.. She made the presentation on Tuesday, Jan. 9 in conjunction with National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Pictured are, from left: Adam Burroughs (Atkinson Police Chief), Brandon Boyd (Geneseo Police Department), Wolf, Kerry Loncka (Henry County Sheriff), Tom Piotrowski (Geneseo Police Chief), Casey Disterhoft (Geneseo Police Department) and Tim Wise (Geneseo Police Department).