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Police Officer William Duross

Philadelphia Police Department, Pennsylvania

End of Watch Friday, April 15, 1960

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Reflections for Police Officer William Duross

Dear Dad,

Here we are once again remembering you today. Fifty-seven years is a long time,however to me it feels like yesterday. I miss you so much. You were a loving Dad and husband, even though I only had you for seven short years, you made a major impact on my life.
Until we meet again.
EOW April 15, 1960

Your loving daughter,
Margie

Margaret Duross Hueber
daughter

April 15, 2017

In loving memory of my Dad Highway Patrol Officer William Duross
Badge # 1988

Dear Dad,

It has been 56 years since your EOW and I think of you everyday. As I write this tribute, I can remember it was this exact type of spring day.
Good Friday April 15, 1960. Sunny and the trees are starting to bloom.
You are my Hero . You have never been forgotten . Every time I see a
Highway motorcycle, I know you are saying Hi.
Until we meet again.
Love you forever,
Your daughter. Margie

Margaret Duross Hueber
Daughter

April 15, 2016

In memory of Philadelphia Highway Patrol Officer Bill Duross:

Another Christmas season begins, 55 years after your untimely death in service to the citizens of Philadelphia. We are honored to be within the circle of your family. You are held in the hearts of all of us, as every fallen Officer and their beloved Families are, across America.

God love you all & thank you for your dedicated service in Law Enforcement. Officer Duross, your Margie and her family holds you in her heart every day of her life. Your courage & love of family & friends will never be forgotten.

Mary Ellen Auman
Wife & Mother of Philadelphia Police Officers

December 1, 2015

Dear Dad,
Well today August 28th, 2015 you were honored as the
Class 372 graduated from the Philadelphia Police Academy.
I know you were watching over us today. Missed you so much so many
Memories came flooding back. I am so proud that you were honored.
You left a wonderful legacy.
Love you with all my heart
Margie

Margaret Duross Hueber
Daughter

August 28, 2015

A Hero in Heaven, always remembered and never forgotten.

Kim Weigand Mom of Sgt. Mike Weigand
PA C.O.P.S.

April 15, 2015

Dad another year has gone by, as we approach Memorial Day I am thinking of you and Uncle Butts you both served bravely in WWII as Seabees, and when you came home kept that service going in the Philadelphia Police Department.
Missing you so much.

Love,
Margie

Margie Duross Hueber
Daughter

May 21, 2014

my dad was good friends with Mr.Duross when they were overseas with the seabees.margie,i have some pictures of your dad i can email.my email [email protected]

paul gricco

April 6, 2014

Dear Dad,

Another year has passed, now it's 52 years.. Since that spring day, April 15, 1960. I miss you so much. We had very little time together. I was only 7 years old and Billy was 3 1/2. You now have your little brother Butts with you, so you can raise havoc on your wheels.
Make sure all your Highway Patrol Brothers are in a good formation. You know Mom knows the drill.
Until we meet again Dad. I love you .
Your loving Daughter
Margie

Margaret Duross Hueber
Daughter

April 22, 2012

Your heroism and service is honored today, the 52nd anniversary of your death. Your memory lives and you continue to inspire. Thank you for your service. My cherished son Larry Lasater was a fellow police officer who was murdered in the line of duty on April 24, 2005 while serving as a Pittsburg, CA police officer.

Time never diminishes respect. Your memory will always be honored and revered.

I pray for solace for all those who love and remember you for I know both the pain and pride are forever. Your family is in my heart's embrace today. Thanks to your daughter for sharing her memories and devotion to you through her reflections.

Rest In Peace.

Phyllis Loya
Mom of fallen California Officer Larry Lasater, Pittsburg PD, eow 4/24/05

April 16, 2012

Gone too soon but never forgotten...Love you Bill.

Rosemary Winslow
Cousin

December 7, 2011

Dad,

Always remembering you. Miss you so much. It is 51 years since your EOW, but to me it feels like yesterday.

Love you Always,
Margie

Margaret Duross Hueber
Daughter

April 18, 2011

My Dearest Dad,
You have been gone from my life 50 years today. I was only
seven, but I knew the light went out of my life.. I miss you so much. I could not ask for a better Dad then you, if
only for seven short years.
Until we meet again may God hold you in the palm of his hand.
You are my Guardian Angel.

Your loving Daughter,
Margie
April 15,2010

Margaret Duross Hueber
Daughter

April 15, 2010

Dad,

You are always in my heart. My hero until we meet again.

Your Loving Daughter,

Margie

Anonymous

May 22, 2009

In Loving Memory of PPD Highway Patrol Officer Bill Duross ~

Your loss is still felt to this day, and beyond. Your courage, love of family and devotion to Highway Patrol lives on in family & friends. Your Doris honored your beloved memory until the day she joined you; her devotion to the PPD was the hallmark of her life.

Your sweet daughter Margie, who was only 7 years old at the time of your death, carries on your legacy and love with her unfailing support of our officers, to this day.

Thank you for your devoted service, dear Officer Duross. May you & all of our beloved Officers, rest in peace ~ JOB WELL DONE ~ EOW: April 15, 1960.

Maryellen Auman
Wife & Mother of PPD Officers

April 3, 2009

May you always rest in peace and know that you will never be forgotten.

Cpl/1 Steven Rizzo
Delaware State Police

April 15, 2008

I remember Officer Duross from his days at Highway. I was a secretary and think he had a brother also on the force. I didn't know he died in service. I remember him teaching other officers how to ride precision drill for the Hero Scholarship Thrill Show. RIP.

September 25, 2006

P/O Duross, you are not forgotten.

P/O
Philadelphia PD

April 15, 2006

Rest in peace Officer Duross. You are not forgotten.

Anonymous Former Officer
Enid, Oklahoma Police Department

December 29, 2005

To My Dad My Hero:
It has been 45 years since you left this earth and everyday I think of you.
You loved being a police officer, as much as you loved your family. You were proud to wear the uniform. To be a member of Highway Patrol to ride in the
Thrill Show from the first one until
your untimely death.
Dad you are still my Hero.
May we meet again someday.
Your Loving Daughter,
Margie

November 1, 2005

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