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Burger King Fund-Raiser

As of mid-afternoon, hundreds of people participated in the fundraiser for fallen Police Officer Landon Dorris .  An event sponsored by Lawrence and Ralph Cimmarusti, owners of Burger King, 700 West Cesar E. Chavez Avenue. 

Ofcr_dorrisandfamily In honor of the loss of our brother officer, those in attendance used the time to reflect, eat and enjoy the camaraderie.  The California Highway Patrol, Los Angeles Fire Department and other agencies particiapted in the fundraiser, along with local business and residential community members who generously gave their time and offered donations.  Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa, Chief William Bratton, and Councilman Tom LaBonge, District 4 also attended the event mingling with the crowd, thanking those in attendance for their contributions. 

Special thank you to Mr. Lawrence and Ralph Cimmarusti for their kind and giving spirit.  And a special thank you to the employees who worked with unbound energy to provide excellent food andOfcr_dorris1_9_1 customer service. 

Lt. Ruben De La Torre

Comments

LT,
The turnout for the Dorris family fund raiser was enormously huge. It made me feel good to see so many people from so many agencies participate. When will the results be known?
Grunt

They raised over $18,000! It was awesome, I went at lunchtime and it was packed! The two guys who own that Burger King did a very, very good thing. See -- who says you can't make a difference? They did!

And the burgers were gooooood.

The Cimmarusti family showed their "royal" noblesse oblige (the obligation of honorable, generous, and responsible behavior associated with high rank, birth or a Burger King franchise).

The LAPD/law enforcement family sincerely thank them for their generosity.

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