Today marks 10 years since Uintah County Sheriff’s Detective Kevin Orr lost his life in a helicopter crash during a search and rescue mission. Community members gathered on Saturday to remember this great man’s life with his family. Uintah County Sheriff Vance Norton spoke during the memorial service, retiring Detective Orr’s call number Sierra 7 and his badge number 223. “No other person can use them and those numbers will remain Kevin’s,” shared Sheriff Norton. “Kevin’s name will remain on [the Sheriff’s Office] roster so we never forget him for the sacrifice he made to help others and to always show respect to the Orr family.” Commissioner Mike McKee also spoke about Kevin Orr saying that he was a family man and that the rural lifestyle fit him well. Kevin’s wife Holly spoke about the kind of husband and father he was, emphasizing the precious final memories the family shared before that tragic day in 2006. Finally, Kevin’s oldest daughter Jessica shared memories of her father and how his legacy of love and making family number one will live on in his children.