New Jersey Police Sergeant & Mother Of Two Young Boys, 32, Dies After Suffering A Stroke On Duty





A New Jersey police sergeant and mother of two has died after suffering a stroke while out on duty.

Alison Wray, 32, died in hospital after suffering a stroke while she was working for the Berkeley Township Police Department on Friday.

Wray, who has two young boys aged two and four, had been on the force for nine years.

Her family say she died 'peacefully and quickly' following the stroke and was 'able to hear her children's voices' before she passed.

Berkeley Township Police Chief Karin DiMichele issued a statement saying Wray was a 'great officer, a great leader, great public servant and a great friend.'

Wray started out with the department in 2008 and later graduated from the Atlantic County Police Academy.

DiMichele said she was assigned to the patrol division and quickly excelled before moving up the ranks and becoming a sergeant in 2015.

'Sergeant Wray was known for her intelligence, compassion and dedication to her officers whom she considered family,' DiMichele said.


Wray, who has two young boys aged two and four, had been on the force for nine years. Her family say she was able to hear her boys one last time before she died in hospital

Wray was engaged to her fiance Henry Ganska, who is also a sergeant with Berkeley Township. They have two children together, Harrison, 2, and four-year-old Henry.

She is also survived by her two stepchildren - Cole, 11, and 15-year-old Reagan.

A GoFundMe page has been set by her family to raise money for her two boys.



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