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    Trooper Thomas J. Merry's family and friends attend a ceremony rededicating his memorial Saturday morning in Palmyra.

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    During a 32-second moment of silence, Trooper Jacob Roddy, of Maine State Police Troop C, background, removes his hat Saturday morning as a show of respect while attending a Trooper Thomas Merry Memorial re-dedication ceremony in Palmyra. Merry's family was in attendance as the monument was moved to a more publicly accessible location off U.S. Route 2.

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    Col. John Cote, of the Maine State Police, speaks on Saturday morning during a ceremony at which Trooper Thomas J. Merry's memorial in Palmyra was rededicated.

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    Chase Peterson, 13, of St. Albans, plays "Amazing Grace" on his saxophone Saturday morning at the Trooper Thomas J. Merry memorial rededication ceremony in Palmyra. Merry was killed on July 12, 1980, near a bridge on U.S. Route 2 when he was struck by a car involved in a high-speed chase.

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