Friends, family honor Taylor Dorman at candlelight vigil

Thursday night in front of Ramona High School. Friends reflect on Taylor’s life and unexpected death during the vigil. Sentinel photo/Jessica King

Friday, April 12—Friends and family shed tears and shared memories of Taylor Dorman, Ramona High

Sue Kohler, Taylor Dorman’s mother, listens as friends of her son describe their sorrow, one day after the 16-year-old suffered a fatal blow to the chest from a softball hit in a line drive during a morning physical education class. Sentinel photo/Jessica King

School sophomore who died after a softball hit him in the chest during physical education class Wednesday, during a candlelight vigil held in front of Ramona High School Thursday evening.

A birthday party for Taylor, whose 16th birthday was the day he died, will be held at 5 p.m. today in Collier Park at 626 E St.

A shrine to Taylor Dorman builds on the Ramona High School campus, as students and staff leave flowers, balloons, personal messages, and other items in his memory. Sentinel photo/Jessica King

Sentinel photo/Jessica King

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