They gave their lives upholding our tradition of Honor, Duty, Fidelity.
Badge: # 240
Cause: Cycle Accident
Site: Freehold Area, Monmouth Co.
Stationed: Troop "B" Freehold
Service Time: 2 years 1 month
Resided: Haledon, Passaic Co.
Herman Gloor, Jr. was born in Haledon, New Jersey on May 3, 1899 and resided in that town his entire life. He received a Grammar School education at the Haledon Public School.
Trooper Gloor enlisted in the United States Navy in February 1918, serving until October 1920. Prior to joining the New Jersey State Police he worked as a chauffeur.
Trooper Gloor joined the New Jersey State Police on April 1, 1924 as a member of the 8th State Police Class and was stationed at Troop "B" Platoon Headquarters in Freehold. His service with the New Jersey State Police was characterized by loyalty, fearless performance of duty and energetic devotion to the high principles of the New Jersey State Police.
The death of Trooper Gloor resulted from a motorcycle accident while in the performance of his duty on May 9, 1926.
Trooper Gloor served 2 years and 1 month with the New Jersey State Police. He was 27 years old.