Friends, family honor Taylor Dorman at candlelight vigil

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
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

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

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.

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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
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Sentinel photo/Jessica King
   
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