Funeral, donation arrangements made for Broken Arrow officer killed in crash

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — Quick facts:

  • A Broken Arrow police officer died in a Coweta crash.
  • Funeral and donation arrangements were confirmed Monday.
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Funeral and donation arrangements are confirmed after the death of a Broken Arrow officer.

Eugene Orr died in a Coweta motorcycle crash over the weekend.

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Visitation is scheduled for December 14th, 2016 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Leonard and Marker Funeral Home at 6521 East 151st Street South Bixby, Oklahoma 74008. The Broken Arrow Police Department Honor Guard has been at the body's side since it arrived at the funeral home.

Local agencies will help take Broken Arrow calls during the funeral.

Orr's funeral service will take place December 15th, 2016 at 2:00 the Church at Battlecreek at 3025 North Aspen Avenue Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012.

The interment will follow at Floral Haven Funeral Home and Cemetery at 6500 South 129th East Avenue in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012.

In an effort to assist Officer Orr's family, the Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #170, has opened an account with First National Bank Broken Arrow. Donations may be made directly to that account.

  • Please make check donations payable to "Broken Arrow FOP #170". Please write "Memorial Fund" in the memo line.
  • Donations may be made via cash or check, in person, at any First National Bank branch in Broken Arrow.
  • Donations may also be mailed to: First National Bank 121 S. Main Street Broken Arrow, OK 74012

Additionally, a Go Fund Me account has been created by Captain Greg Sipes of the Broken Arrow Police Department. All monies will be collected on behalf of the family and administered by the Broken Arrow Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 170. This is the only authorized online site for donations to Officer Orr's family.

Orr's family requests that, in lieu of flowers, people donate unwrapped toys in honor of the officer.


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