Login | About Us | Contact Us | Search Connect With ODMP Facebook Twitter
ODMP Remembers...

Trooper Richard F. Champy | New Hampshire State Police, New Hampshire New Hampshire State Police, New Hampshire


Richard F. Champy

New Hampshire State Police, New Hampshire

End of Watch: Friday, February 3, 1978

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 32

Tour: 8 years

Badge # Not available

Cause: Heart attack

· Leave a Reflection
· Add to My Heroes
· Update this memorial

Share this memorial:
Email to a Friend

Trooper Champy suffered a fatal heart attack while struggling with a hit-and-run suspect. He had responded to a call of a vehicle running another vehicle off the road. After a short pursuit Trooper Champy and another trooper began to struggle with the suspect.
Trooper Champy had been with the agency for eight years and was survived by his wife and two daughters.

Leave a Reflection · Update Memorial

View all 17 Reflections

Most Recent Reflection

In our current troubled times for the brave men and women who wear the badge of honor I wanted you and your family to know that many of us greatly appreciate your sacrifice. 37 years may have passed but you are not forgotten trooper. Thank you for forging and maintaining a solid foundation for all those who will ever come after you into the NH State Police.

TFC Charles Hanson
Retired, NH State Police
May 23, 2015


Create an account for more options, or use this form to leave a Reflection now:

(will show below Reflection)
(will show below Reflection)
(e-mail remains private)
Remember my rank, agency and email address
I have read and agree to the Reflections Terms of Use
(revised 5/31/2012)
All 2015 Deaths


ODMP is participating in the CrowdRise Giving Tower Holiday Challenge, an annual fundraising competition that runs from November 24th through January 7th and raises millions of dollars for charity.

Participating organizations rally supporters to raise as much as possible for their cause. Every charity keeps the money they raise and the organizations that raise the most receive prizes ranging from $25,000 to $100,000. The Challenge goes through the entire holiday season, including #GivingTuesday, and is designed to help organizations of all sizes gain awareness, recognition, and money for their cause.

close this message