On Tuesday, the Harford County Sheriff’s Workplace held its annual memorial in remembrance of its seven deputies who died within the line of obligation. In the course of the ceremony, held on the Harford County Detention Middle, deputies laid a wreath, and members of the sheriff’s workplace honor guard and members of the family hooked up a crimson rose on the wreath for every of the fallen deputies, in response to Kyle Andersen, spokesperson for the sheriff’s workplace.
The fallen deputies embrace Dep. Frank Bateman, Dep. First Class William Beebe, Dep. First Class Teresa Testerman, Cpl. Charles Licato, Sgt. Ian Loughran, Senior Dep. Patrick Dailey and Dep. First Class Mark Logsdon.
Additionally honored throughout this yr’s ceremony was Maryland Transportation Authority Senior Police Officer Mike Dunn, who’s retiring after an almost 50-year profession in legislation enforcement. Dunn was awarded an honorary deputy badge from the Harford County Sheriff’s Workplace for his tireless dedication to fallen heroes all through the state, in response to the sheriff’s workplace.
“When one among our personal dies within the line of obligation, Officer Dunn is usually referred to as upon to make sure every fallen hero receives a correct goodbye” in response to an announcement from the sheriff’s workplace. “He’s particularly acknowledged for his management, steerage and compassion throughout line-of-duty deaths.”
A former Baltimore City police officer shot while on duty, Dunn has served as a member of the police honor guard for 36 years. He has coordinated funerals for 37 legislation enforcement officers, 9 firefighters and 5 dignitaries, together with 5 providers for Harford County sheriff’s deputies, the sheriff’s workplace mentioned.