LOCAL HERO: “DORN”

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DAVID DORN (Time)

LOCAL HERO WOD: “DAVID DORN”

6 RFT of:

2 BMU

20 Hang Power Clean 95/65

20 Box Jumps 24/20

38 Sit-up

(ET: 23-30min)

David Dorn served 38 years on the St. Louis police force before retiring in October 2007. He then became chief of Moline Acres, a small town in St. Louis County.

David Dorn was shot and killed on June 2nd, 2020 after responding to a burglary alarm at Lee’s Pawn & Jewelry on Dr. Martin Luther King Drive in north St. Louis

The 77-year-old Dorn, who retired in 2007 as a captain, served 38 years with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and retired in 2007 as a captain.

“He was very dedicated to youth, especially disadvantaged youth,” said Fitch, who led the St. Louis County Police Department from 2009 to 2014. “He wanted to see them succeed. He wanted to be a role model for those young men and women to go into law enforcement.”

Dorn’ s personality was “bigger than life,” Fitch said. “He was a fun guy, a happy guy. You never had to wonder what he was thinking when somebody did something incredibly stupid like a crime because he would just say it as he saw it.”

He is survived by his wife, adult children and grandchildren.


David Dorn

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