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Sister of Jon Holiday Ronda Holiday, CQ, top, of Boulder, hugs Jon's aunt Judi Fisher, CQ, of Westminister, during the unveiling of a "Don't drink and drive" street sign in memory of Jon Holiday, an Adams County Sheriff's deputy who was killed at the intersection of 104th and Livingston Street in Northglenn where the sign was erected Wednesday October 25, 2006. (BARRY GUTIERREZ/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) CQ: Ronda Holiday, Judi Fisher By Holly Yettick, Rocky Mountain News June 7, 2005 An off-duty Adams County sheriff's deputy who had been specially trained to recognize signs of intoxication was killed Monday in Northglenn when a suspected drunken driver hit his motorcycle. Deputy Jon Holiday, 39, was a "drug recognition expert," one of about 100 Coloradans certified through a national transportation safety program to identify the effects of alcohol and other drugs. "He took that stuff real seriously," said his sister, Ronda Holiday, 37, of Northglenn. "If we were at a family gathering, he'd be like, 'OK, you've had a glass of wine. If I

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