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In Memory

Dorian Halvorson

Dorian Halvorson

Dorian L. Halvorson


Commission Date: November 12, 1968

Patrol Officer - Died: September 24, 1976

On September 24, 1976, during the evening hours, Seattle Police Officer Dorian L. Halvrson was shot and killed in the line of duty. Officer Halvorson and two other officers responded to a call of gunshots at a house in the 9200 block of 17th Avenue Southwest. Officers arrived and approached the basement door. A juvenile male emerged with a gun and shot Officer Halvorson. The other officers returned fire, killing the suspect. Officer Dorian L. Halvorson died at the scene.

Officer Halvorson is survived by his wife Judy.

 
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04/27/17 11:56 AM #1    

Steve Lewis

Dorian Halverson, John Rose and I joined the Naval Air on the "Buddy" program 1 week after graduation in 1964. We went to Boot Camp in Mephis,Tennessee then went our Separate ways. John stayed in the Mephis School, Dorian in Parachute school in New Jersey and I went to Electonics School in Jacksonville, Florida. I remember when Dorian as an undercover cop was shot and killed and I spoke to John months before he passed as Diabetes took him a little at a time. I still remember them from boot camp 52 years later. We had good times.

In Memory, Steve Lewis


05/16/17 09:29 PM #2    

Lorraine Ripke (Williams)

I still feel the same overwhelming sorrow and loss when I heard of his death thoes many years ago as I type this. May you Rest In Peace ~ dear friend ~

 


07/11/17 02:47 PM #3    

Jim Passi

i am sure we all miss DOR WE USED TO CALL HIM

he was great we miss you ol buddy


08/30/19 02:36 PM #4    

Elena Olsen (Cornehl)

Dorian and Andy Joy use to hang out down at Brown's Bay and I enjoyed talking to both of them. They were both sweet and had nice smiles. When I heard that Dorian had been killed in the line of duty I felt so sick to my stomach. I held my husband and kids a little tighter than usual knowing that his family had lost a great person in an instant. So sorry.


09/02/19 02:09 PM #5    

Jim Passi

dor & i knew each other from grade school

i used to go to his house & hang out  i think he came to my house once

i about fell over i herd on the news  he was shot by some nut

he was the nicest guy ya ever wanta meet


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