DDP gives $10,000 to Brame fund DAYTON Dayton Data Processing Inc. said Friday it has contributed $10,000 to the Dayton Foundation for a scholarship fund in a slain Dayton officer’s name. The Officer Kevin Brame Memorial Fund was established in memory of the 31-year-old veteran who was shot in the neck after he . dropped his children off at his wife’s home on Nov. 1. 1999. The contribution will be added to about $14.000 in donations that had been sent to Crime Stoppers to help solve Brane’s case, said Jerry Rieman, company president and long-time friend of Brame’s mother. Rosemary Brame. City and foundation officials will decide how the combined funds will be distributed for scholarships and reward money. Rieman said. T)

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