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Video: Fallen Phoenix Officer Remembered as "Larger than Life"

May 27, 2016  | 

VIDEO: Fallen Phoenix Officer Remembered as "Larger than Life

A Phoenix police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty was remembered Thursday as a devoted family man whose imposing build was only overshadowed by his propensity to help others.

Mourners packed a church in the Phoenix suburb of Peoria as colleagues and friends recalled how 34-year-old Officer David Glasser was a warrior who was not afraid to go after the bad guy.

Police Chief Joseph Yahner called Glasser "larger than life," with a 6-foot-5 frame that epitomized a commanding presence, ABC 15 reports.

"But his physical stature was shadowed by his compassion," Yahner said. "He was a hero. We say goodbye to Dave Glasser today, but this will not be the last day we think of his service and his sacrifice."


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kevcopAz @ 5/28/2016 8:01 AM

We all iost another good one, again. Please be careful out there. God rest your Soul Ofc. Glasser and Gods peace be with your loved ones.

Trigger @ 5/29/2016 5:12 AM

I pray that the Good Lord is hold your family close and that you are with Him. Rest in peace brother.

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