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Trooper Raymond L. Hawn | Washington State Patrol, Washington Washington State Patrol, Washington


Raymond L. Hawn

Washington State Patrol, Washington

End of Watch: Wednesday, January 17, 1990

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 47

Tour: Not available

Badge # 741

Cause: Struck by vehicle

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Trooper Raymond Hawn was struck and killed by a vehicle while assisting a motorcyclist on the shoulder of a road near Grandview, Washington.

While at the scene the other vehicle drove onto the shoulder and struck Trooper Hawn, causing fatal injuries. Trooper Hawn was taken to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries two hours later.

Trooper Hawn was survived by his wife and three children.

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Hard to believe it has been that many years. I worked with Ray in the greater North Bend area for several years. Had him as my backup MANY times. He probably saved my butt more times than I want to remember, and in the process taught me skills that helped me an others last until a safe retirement. He was a Big Guy ( and I am 6'2" ) with a smile and a big heart. Rest in peace my friend, as Ray pronounced it "Sem fwun".

Steve Kometz, Patrolman
King County Police (later Sheriff)
January 17, 2013


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