We still care---Pleasantville firefighters hold vigil
Gathering to remember and to let those know who committed horific crime that it is not forgotten and that they will be caught
Marking the 16th anniversary of unsolved murder
January 7th 1996 Tom Dorr was brutally beaten and stabbed to death on a cold and snowy night. His bloody body was found the next day by fellow volunteer firefighters concerned about his whereabouts. Since then, firefighters, friends and supporters have gathered at Graham hills park to honor the memory of Tom- the man referred to many as the gentle giant, hoping the killers would brought to justice.
THIS YEAR WILL BE NO DIFFERENT
Please join us Monday January 9th, Graham Hills Park (directly across from Pace Pleasantville entrance qbvuf rte 117) at 7pm
ANY QUESTIONS CALL JOHN BROOKS 914-980-0240
PLEASANTVILLE — Village volunteer firefighters will hold their annual candlelight vigil on Monday to mark the 16th anniversary of the brutal murder of Tom Dorr, a Pleasantville firefighter who was beaten and stabbed to death during a Jan. 7, 1996 blizzard in Graham Hills Park.
The murder has never been solved, although Westchester County police say his wife and stepson remain prime suspects.
Each year firefighters, Dorr’s co-workers from the White Plains Department of Public Works and friends gather in the park to remember him. The public gathering is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the park, located directly across from Pace University’s Pleasantville campus on Route 117.