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Duane Lowe unveils a memorial wall in honor of deputy sheriffs killed in the line of duty
Sacramento Bee
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Center for Sacramento History
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Duane Lowe, Sacramento County Sheriff, 1971-1983; chief of California State Police and then (after merger with CHP) Deputy Chief of California Highway Patrol, through 1996. Caption: Sheriff Duane Lowe unveiled an honor wall today in the lobby of his office at 7th and H Streets which he dedicated in memory of Sacramento County deputy sheriffs killed in the line of duty. The words "In Occisorum Memoriam"--in memory of those who died with honor--have been placed on the wall above memorials of officers killed in pursuit of duty.
Sacramento County Sheriff's Office
Sacramento County Sheriff
Lowe, Duane

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