|Updated: 5/15 5:55 pm
||Published: 5/15 5:06 pm
An Owasso police officer sang the national anthem at a ceremony honoring fallen law enforcement in Washington D.C. on Wednesday.
Officer Jonathon Foyil kicked off the memorial at the US Capitol. President Obama then led a service honoring the sacrifices of 143 officers killed in the line of duty.
“We must do what we can, with all that we have, to live our lives in a way that pays tribute with their memory,” said the president.
The capitol ceremony capped off a week of events honoring fallen law enforcement, including a candlelight vigil and a bike ride from New Jersey to Washington.