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Terry Eugene Tomfohr

In memory of:

Third Class Constable Terry Eugene Tomfohr

June 3, 1967
Burnaby, British Columbia

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

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E Division Burnaby Detachment, BC

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October 24, 1947
Lethbridge, Alberta


October 25, 1966

3/Cst. Tomfohr was born in Lethbridge, Alberta. He responded to a complaint of a group of young boys throwing rocks at a woman’s house. 3/Cst. Tomfohr fell 50 feet off a cliff, landing among trees and rocks. 3/Cst. Thomfohr had just completed three weeks at his first posting. He is buried in Milk River, Alberta.

Commemorated on Page 134 of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Honour Roll Book.

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