It’s not big – a waist-high granite stone.
But the memorial signifies so much more.
For Charlotte Carrabotta, it’s a place to reflect on her son, Agent Samuel Hicks, who was gunned down in November 2008 while trying to serve a drug warrant in Indiana Township, Pa., reports TribLive.com.
The memorial for the 33-year-old slain FBI agent was unveiled Tuesday at the Indiana Township Town Hall.
“For five years I’ve held it together in public. But this is going to be hard to do today, because this has been such a personal project,” Carrabotta said, reports TribLive.com. “When I lay my head on my pillow at night, I struggle for answers and I struggle for peace. But here we are, still honoring our commitment to his memory. And I think Samuel would have been so proud of that.”