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Saying goodbye to DFC Mark Logsdon

Posted: 9:58 PM, Feb 19, 2016
Updated: 2019-02-07 16:52:44-05
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More than a week ago, two Harford County Office deputies gave their lives in the line of duty.

Senior Deputy Patrick Dailey, a 30-year veteran, and Deputy First Class Mark Logsdon, a 16-year veteran were killed in an encounter with an armed suspect at  Panera Bread  in Abingdon on Feb. 10.

In the days since, the community has shown overwhelming support for the fallen deputies.

On Saturday, family and friends and the community said their final goodbyes to DFC Logsdon.

Logsdon, 43, is survived by his wife, Jennifer, a son, two daughters and an unborn grandchild due on his birthday.

Saluting DFC Mark Logsdon for one of the last times

 

Pastor Ben Cachiaras shares family stories of Logsdon

 

Gov. Larry Hogan speaks, thanks Logsdon for his sacrifice

Captain W. Michael Crabbs shares memories

 

DFC John "Marty" Hoppa, friend and colleague, shares stories of Logsdon

 

Adam Argenbright of Maryland State Police shares during Logsdon's service