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  • Mike Gilotti bridge dedication

    Photo by Jon Anderson

    Mike Gilotti bridge dedication

    Hoover Councilman Casey Middlebrooks, during a Hoover City Council meeting on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019, discusses the naming of a bridge on Alabama 150 in memory of Mike Gilotti, an Army veterans who was killed in front of his home in the Lake Cyrus community in Hoover, Alabama.

  • Mike Gilotti bridge dedication 2

    Photo by Jon Anderson

    Mike Gilotti bridge dedication 2

    The Hoover City Council, Mayor Frank Brocato and state legislators celebrate the naming of a bridge on Alabama 150 after Mike Gilotti, an Army veteran who was killed in front of his home in the Lake Cyrus community in January 2016, during a Hoover City Council meeting on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. The mayor, council and legislators presented plaques of a legislative proclamation signed by Gov. Kay Ivey to Gilotti's widow, Heather Gilotti, and two children, Russell and Kevin.

  • Mike Gilotti bridge dedication 5

    Photo by Jon Anderson

    Mike Gilotti bridge dedication 5

    Mike Gilotti Sr., the father of a Hoover resident who was killed in front of his home in the Lake Cyrus community in January 2016, expresses appreciation to the Hoover community for naming a bridge on Alabama 150 after his son, Mike Gilotti, during a Hoover City Council meeting on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019.

  • Mike Gilotti bridge dedication 3

    Photo by Jon Anderson

    Mike Gilotti bridge dedication 3

    Heather Gilotti thanks the Hoover community for naming a bridge on Alabama 150 after her late husband, Mike Gilotti, who was killed in front of their home in the Lake Cyrus community in Hoover, Alabama, in January 2016, during a Hoover City Council meeting on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019.

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