Former trooper Robert Ramay, 51, who retired in October last year after working for 22 years in the state patrol, died on Friday.
LaMay finally resigned as an officer and caught the attention of Americans across the country after telling Washington Governor Jay Inslee that he could “kiss me” about his duty to a forced vaccine.
After Ramay’s death, Washington Patrol Chief John R. Batiste issued a statement praising his service.
“I am deeply saddened by the news that my former friend and colleague trooper Robert Ramay has died,” Batiste said. “The prayers and memories of this institution are with his family and loved ones. Rob has served in honor for over 20 years and was disappointed to see him leave the institution this October. This state and institution. His service to is long remembered and appreciated. “”
“Now remember our old friends, support his family and loved ones, thank him for his service, and decide to deal with future challenges with continuous duty, dignity and respect,” Batiste said. Added.
LaMay said in his final approval last October that he had worked ill and buried many friends in his service to the state for the past 22 years.
Edmund De Marche of Fox News contributed to this report.