I can't believe it has been over 20 years since this happened. I still miss you. I value our friendship and enjoyed working alongside you. My heart is with you and your family.
On 03/31/20 at 8:44 pm Andrea writes . . .
Please accept my condolences for your loss. Your husband was a very brave man and my thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
On 03/06/20 at 12:26 pm Lynn writes . . .
Forever in our hearts. Taken far too soon.
On 05/08/17 at 6:02 am Kevin writes . . .
Rest in peace and may your family find peace in the fact you served with such honor. You will never be forgotten.
On 11/10/16 at 9:54 pm JasonBock writes . . .
Jessica It's hard to believe you've been gone since 2002. I remember you so well at Ferris. So sweet and kind. We're still thinking of you in 2016. God bless you.
On 05/28/15 at 3:26 am Theresa writes . . .
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE SACRIFICE
REST IN PEACE
On 12/27/14 at 2:16 pm Keith writes . . .
I salute NYPD officers as well as all law enforcement officers across this nation. I lost a personal friend in NYPD Detective Bobby Parker in Sept 2004. I still grieve. People in this nation are so clueless as to the great job cops in this country do every single day. Out of the many many millions of interactions 7 days a week that take place between our cops and the public we should all be proud of the professionalism by which these men and women conduct themselves every day. Wake Up American Public. Thank a cop the next time you see one
On 12/21/14 at 8:11 am Robert writes . . .
Rest in peace brother. Your death will not be in vein. Your brothers and sisters in Boston will never forget your sacrifice.
On 07/26/14 at 2:29 pm Rhonda writes . . .
I miss you so much You were such a wonderful person and such a good friend.
On 07/01/14 at 2:12 pm James writes . . .
I have had the chence to work hand and hand with your son and have become very good friends over the years. To see your name and know that his name comes from your what can I say. It lets me know that he has grown to represernt that name your name well. Be proud of him watch over him and be assured that he is and will stand tall. Thank you for you service and know that your sacrifice with never be forgotten.
On 06/09/14 at 5:02 pm Gordon writes . . .
My heart bleeds a million tears for all the fallen Officers. Your friend Dawn. This was sent for one of my clients Dawn Garrett
On 05/14/14 at 9:46 pm Fred writes . . .
You wil be sadly missed. I am glad I got to serve with you my brother.
On 11/02/13 at 4:18 pm Colleen writes . . .
I was so saddened when I heard about this tragic accident. Words cannot express how sorry I am that this young productive member of society was taken at such a young age. May God keep him and his canine friend close and comfort you during this painful time. Let love and light guide the way.
On 10/26/13 at 11:11 pm Diana writes . . .
Its hard to be leave how time has gone by. It will soon be 4 year since you was taken away from us. You are very will missed everyday of our life. We will forever you next to our hearts. I love you and miss you dearly.
On 03/12/13 at 8:43 am Jim writes . . .
R.I.P. Emilio . . . . . . . . .
On 03/18/05 at 10:37 am Joe writes . . .
My father was killed in the line of duty a couple of months ago. My family and I appreciate your section dedicated to my father and it is reassuring to us that he will never be forgotten. Thank you very much.
On 03/01/05 at 8:48 pm Gary writes . . .
I want to thank all Peace Officers around the country for preserving,and upholding the rights and freedoms we all sometimes take lightheartedly. My heart goes out to the families and loved ones who have lost theirs in the line of duty.They truly are heros to be honored.
On 12/09/04 at 11:56 am Rita writes . . .
16 months ago today, we lost a brother, comrade and friend. Our hearts go out to the family of Tpr. Kevin M. Marshall. We will prevail but we will NEVER forget.
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On 11/07/04 at 8:14 am Michigan State Police writes . . .
On Aug. 11, 2004 Bossier City Police Dept. lost it's first officer in over 30 years. Ofc. Trey Hutchison was answering a 911 hang up call. Trey was walking up to the front door of the residence when he was ambushed by the resident inside. Trey was shot twice and was wearing body armor. The suspects wife told the suspect that she was calling the police after she was threatened with a gun and he made the statement to her that he was going to kill any police officer that responded. The suspect after killing Trey commited suicide. It could have been any of his fellow officer's that answered that call but Trey just happened to be the one dispatched. I pray for Trey's family in this time and want them to know that I am truly sorry for their loss. Trey will never be forgotten among the officer's of the Bossier City Police Dept.