A proclamation by the Falls Church City Council Monday night was signed by Mayor David Tarter in memory of Sergeant Dale Toler, a “respected member of the Falls Church Sheriff’s Office,” who died July 31.
According to the proclamation, Sgt. Toler was the Reserves Coordinator for the F.C. Sheriff’s Office and a member of the office since 2007. He served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War as a helicopter pilot and then continued his service flying fighter jets with the Maryland National Guard.
“His colleagues in the Sheriff’s Office will remember him with affection and appreciation for the positive impact he had on the City of Falls Church, and, as a devoted family man, he will be greatly missed by his children, Hayley and Charles, and granddaughter Chase, his mother and father, family members and friends and colleagues in the Sheriff’s Office,” the proclamation reads.