SHAMER, JAMES M

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On this date in Baltimore City Police History 1946 we lost our brother Patrolman Shamer. Patrolman Shamer died while on duty due to illness based on the following Sun Paper report dated 27 June 1946

PATROLMAN SHAMER -  FATALLY STRICKEN IN CAR
Patrolman James M Shamer suddenly became ill last night while on duty in a Northern District radio car and died a short time later at Union Memorial Hospital. Northern District officers said Patrolman Shamer slumped in the seat of the car shortly after he complained of feeling badly. His companion in the car was Patrolman William Ellinghaus Patrolman Shamer is survived by a wife and one child. He lived at 5508 Frederick Avenue Patrolman Shamer won’t be found on Baltimore Police Fallen Officer Wall, or www.odmp.org but he was one of ours, and he die while working a radio car; to his family he went to work living, and came home deceased, as such he will always be remembered by us, his brothers and sisters of the Baltimore Police Department. RIP Patrolman Shamer and God Bless
 

27 June 1946 - Patrolman JAMES M SHAMER, - Patrolman James M Shamer suddenly became ill last night while on duty in the northern district radio car and died a short time later at Union Memorial Hospital. Northern district officers said patrolman chamber slumped in the seat of his car shortly after he complained of feeling badly. His companion in the car was patrolman William Ellinghaus. Patrolman Shamer is survived by a wife and one child he lived at 5508 Frederick Ave.

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Name Description
End of Watch 27 June 1946
City, St. Northern District Radio Car
Panel Number N/A
Cause of Death Heart Attack
District Worked Northern

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