BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Harford County will hold a day of remembrance for two Harford County sheriff’s deputies who were killed in the line of duty in February 2016.

Harford County Executive Barry Glassman made the announcement Tuesday evening during the annual state of the county address.

The county will be making February 10 a Day of Remembrance for the two officers.

“As February 10th approaches, I will be signing a formal declaration setting that day as an official Day of Remembrance with a moment of silence at 12-noon as the County’s emergency siren system is activated to honor Pat and Mark.”

The day of remembrance will be for Deputies Pat Dailey and Mark Logsdon, who were fatally shot after responding to a Panera restaurant in Abingdon for a report of a disturbed man.

RELATED: 2 Deputies Killed In Shopping Center Shootout; Suspect Also Dead

The shooter, David Evans, was later shot and killed by other responding deputies.

RELATED: Wife of Gunned Down Harford County Sheriff’s Deputy Speaks

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