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Police Officer Ronald J. Siver | Rochester Police Department, New York Rochester Police Department, New York

Police Officer

Ronald J. Siver

Rochester Police Department, New York

End of Watch: Sunday, August 19, 1984

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Cause: Drowned

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Officer Ronald Siver drowned during a water recovery operation.

It was determined that Officer Siver, a member of the police scuba team, gave his life to save his partner due to an equipment failure.

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Today as I watch the funeral services for Officer Daryl Pierson of the RPD, I can only reflect back on Officer Ron Siver's death just over 30 years ago. I came to know Ron personally and remember him as one of the funniest guys I knew. He and his brother Dale were the "dynamic duo". Thank you for your service Ron, you left us way to soon.

George Barsema
September 10, 2014


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