It is with heavy hearts that the Harford County Deputy Sheriff’s Union acknowledges the loss of two of our members, our fellow deputies, our brothers and friends: Senior Deputy Patrick Dailey and Senior Deputy Mark Logsdon.
“Every day, the brave men and women of our agency put themselves at personal risk to keep the citizens of our County safe. Please join us in prayers for both Sr. Deputy Dailey and Sr. Deputy Logsdon, and the many family members and friends of these two fallen heroes,” said Union President Fred Visnaw.
Sr. Deputy Pat Dailey was one of a handful of people who were instrumental in the development of the local union back in 1989. He is a veteran of the Marines and a 30-year member of the force. He is survived by his girlfriend and two children.
Sr. Deputy Mark Logsdon, a 16 year veteran of the force, left his new job with the Sheriff’s Office on September 11, 2001 to fulfill his duty as an Army reservist, and spent time at the Pentagon, Guantanamo Bay Cuba and Iraq before returning to continue his career. He was a valued member of the Union’s executive board and is survived by a wife and three children.
Harford County Deputy Sheriff’s Union today has established a Go Fund Me Page at https://www.gofundme.com/hcdsubenevolent . This page is dedicated to our Benevolent Fund, a 501c3 tax exempt organization. All donations made to this fund will be distributed to the family members of these two fallen heroes.
The Harford County Deputy Sheriffs Union is a 300-member-strong law enforcement union dedicated to maintaining the integrity of the Harford County Sheriff’s Office while providing its members with multifaceted benefits to enhance the quality of their professional and personal endeavors. For further information, please contact President Fred Visnaw at [email protected].