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May 4, 2010 by Mark Cornelison Filed under Centerpiece, Charles Bertram, David Stephenson, Jonathan Palmer, Mark Cornelison, News, Pablo Alcalá, Photographers, Slideshows, Tom Eblen
Lexington Police officer Bryan J. Durman laid to rest
My heart and prayers go out to the family and friends of Officer Bryan J. Durman and to the community as well as this was a great loss to the entire community and the Lexington Police Department. God Bless the Durman family and particularly his precious son.
Our prayers and thoughts are with the family and friends of Officer Durman but also his fellow officers (one of which is our nephew). We pray for you all during this sad and difficult time. Having lost a nephew who was an Office in Lansing MI not quit a year ago we truly understand whats ahead for you all..please let his spirit be your guide thru this difficult process.
The thoughts of our hearts and our prayers are and will be with you all.
Con tan solo ver las fotos, a cualquier persona del mundo conmueve las imágenes de dolor. Estas secuencias no sólo muestra el valor y patriotismo de cada ciudadano de Lexington, acompañando los restos de un héroe; los restos del Oficial de Policia Bryan J. Durman. Muy triste. Un enorme abrazo a sus familiares y a todos sus amigos y compañeros de trabajo. Desde Argentina. Manuel Abal
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