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Officer Harry H. Aurandt

Tulsa Police Department, Oklahoma

End of Watch Tuesday, December 20, 1921

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Reflections for Officer Harry H. Aurandt

On Christmas day, 2006, Paul Harvey talked of the "knock on the door" during Christmas time. He was 3 years old.

His mother told he and his sister to wait in a back room, because in those days, you didn't know what to expect.

His father was killed and another was paralyzed; ambushed by "smugglers". Very touching tale.
Rest in peace, knowing you are not forgotten.


December 26, 2006

To Officer Aurandt, thank you.
Thank you for your son.
Thank you for your service.
Thank you for your sacrifice.
Surely, your service and sacrifice was an inspiration to a great American Icon,your son Paul. He has always been a source of inspiration to me. Rest in Peace

Trooper R. Miller

March 9, 2006

On this day our family will keep yours in our prayers, Thank you for everything you did for Tulsa and the state of Oklahoma.

Larry and Ann Woodrell
Dwight Woodrell eow 10-13-01
Sheriff Pawnee County

December 20, 2005

Rest in peace Brother Harry, you are not forgotten.

Son of G. Truman Wortham EOW 7.15.73

Assistant Chief Carl Wortham
Sand Springs Police Dept. Okla

December 16, 2003

You will never be forgotten. Rest in peace brother.

Police Officer
Denver Police Department

His son is Paul Harvey, of ABC radio. This is why Mr. Harvey has a strong interest in the Peace Officer's Memorial


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