My heart goes out to all of you today. Betty was a very special person to me growing up. I looked to her as an aunt. She and Jack were always interested in mine and my brothers lives and they always showed so much care and concern.
I have many fond memories of her big smile and her loving way. I feel extremely lucky to have known her.
My thoughts go out to Keith, Kathy, Kelly, and her grandchildren.
This is a hard note to write, but I want you to know that I am thinking of you even though I don't know what to say. I feel a loss in his passing and want to extend my sympathy to you and your family for your loss. I will always remember George and am privileged to have known him. My thought are with your family during this difficult time.
We are so sorry for your loss. I became an EMT because of Chuck, and his buddy Art Lambert. I actually had my 1st ambulance ride with them when I was 12 y/o. You are all in our thoughts & prayers. Sincerely, Mr. & Mrs. George Kane Yulan, New York
We are deeply sorry for the loss of your loved one, Barbara. After reading about her obituary, she was a very loving person. Her family meant a lot to her. During this time, please draw close to one another. Cherish the loving memories she had for your family. Please take comfort in the Almighty God because he wants to help your family cope during this time of grief. The Bible says: (1Peter 5:7) "While you throw all your anxiety on him, because he cares for you." We will endeavor to keep your family in our prayers.
Was shocked to hear of the passing of Dutch. He was a true gentleman
and helpful to me when I was a new trooper breaking in at the old
Middletown barracks. We became good friends over the years. May the
family find peace as time passes and may he rest in peace.
Sincerely, Steve Sarvis, retired NYSP
My sympathy to the family of Dutch Dorer. By the time I got to SP Middletown in 1968, Dutch was a Senior Trooper. One of the nicest guys I ever worked with. It was hard to ride A lines with him as he was one of the Port Jervis guys who liked to patrol the “other side of the mountain” and those guys stuck together. When I did get to patrol with him on the night shifts, it was always a pleasure. He had seen it all and enjoyed teaching the younger guys how to be better Troopers. He had a great sense of humor that kept you laughing and made the time pass quickly. He exemplified what it was like to be a great Trooper. I will never forget him or the great times we had together. He was one of the best. William G. Sprague NYSP Sr. Inv. Ret.
To the family of Dutch Dorer,
I knew Dutch from my years at SP Middletown and never forgot him. I came to the station as a young Trooper in 1983 and he was always a gentlemen, alway had a smile, and always had time to talk for a little while. I had a lot of respect for him and wanted to let his family know that he is much remembered - even years after he retired. My sympathy to all of you - Sincerely - Retired Sgt Ronnie Timoner