Student or Learner
In a possible journalistic rule-bending:
( dailymail.co.uk/news/article-413459/Memorial-erected-murdered-policeman-120-years-death.html )
"A roadside memorial was erected to the brave officer, but after paying for that memorial and the funeral, there was not enough money to pay for a gravestone in Penrith Cemetery in Cumbria."
"To the brave officer" seems to be separated from "a roadside memorial". Is "a roadside memorial to the brave officer was erected" a better standard English alternative?