Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Officer J. D. Tippit

Dallas Police Department, Texas

End of Watch Friday, November 22, 1963

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Reflections for Officer J. D. Tippit

Rest in Peace Officer Tippit. You will never be forgotten.

Deputy J. Milller
Orange County Sheriff's Office Texas

November 22, 2013

Remembering your sacrifice and the loss suffered by your family. Thank you for protecting and serving your community.

Civilian Joy

November 22, 2013

God speed good sir. Thank you for your selflessness that day 50 years ago. I wasn't even close to being born, but I want you to know that what was born that day is a true American hero. To your family and friends, please know that we have not forgotten you and we salute you today on the 50th anniversary and every day after.

Rest in eternal peace Officer,
We thank you.

Erin Powell
Memorial Villages Police Department

November 22, 2013

My heart goes out to the family of Officer J. D. Tippit. I will never forget that day. I was only 10 years old on this sad day but I remember it all like yesterday. I will carry the sadness of this day in my heart till I take my last breath. God Bless!

Susie Ryman
Mother-In-Law of a Dayton Ohio Officer

November 22, 2013

My condolences to his family and friends. I am so glad that he is being remembered. Rest in Peace.

Tammy Chester, Secretary
Chesterfield Fire and Rescue Ladies Auxiliary

November 22, 2013

Thinking of the Tippit family today.

Anne Villarreal
Mother of a Dallas Police Officer

November 22, 2013

Thank you Officer Tippit. Rest in Peace.

Carrie Cullen
Family of law enforcement, NYS

November 22, 2013

You are a hero and not forgotten Officer Tippit. May you rest in peace.

Sgt. Cindy Fredericksen
Kenosha, WI Police Department

November 22, 2013

Fifty years since your call to duty and you gave everything to perform that duty. You were a hero then -- you are a hero today -- and forever. May the peace of God be forever with your family.

Eugene Secor
Surviving father of WA State Park Ranger Catherine Secor, EOW 5/9/2000

November 22, 2013

I WAS ONLY 1 YRS OLD BUT I THANK U FOR YOUR SACRIFICE IN TRY TO CATCH OUR PRESEDENTS KILLER .AN IN TRYING TO DO SO LOST YOUR LIFE THANK YOU SIR MAY YOU ALWAYS REST IN PEACE IN THE FACT THAT YOUR BOTHERS GOT HIM AND HE TO HAS LOST HIS LIFE.

chris young DPR retired
Detroit Police Deparment

November 22, 2013

God Bless

Trooper
Maine State Police

November 22, 2013

RIP Officer Tippit, you are not forgotten

Robert F. Campbell PPO
VADOC

November 22, 2013

Officer Tippit, Today is the 50th Anniversary of that terrible day in our nation's history. You are not forgotten sir. Thank you for your service and sacrifice both as a Dallas police officer and as a soldier in the United States Army during World War II. You are an American hero.

Officer William Mosher
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department

November 22, 2013

R.I.P

Sergeant
NYPD

November 22, 2013

JD...You are a true American Hero. May you always be at the right hand of God.

Lieutenant David Kane
Milwaukee WI PD "Retired"

November 22, 2013

Remembering a hero today. You will never be forgotten.

Gloria Prince
Mother of BPD Officer Lisa Beaulieu EOW 4/27/2007

November 22, 2013

REST IN PEACE GOD BLESS YOU-OFFICER J.D.Tippit

Pfc J Peasr
cmpd

November 22, 2013

You are not forgotten on the 50th Anniversary of your murder. RIP brother

Sergeant Patrick Connolly (Retired)
NYPD

November 22, 2013

Brave officer. Not forgotten, and remembered today. Rest in peace.

Supt Lawrence Hobbs
British police officer

November 22, 2013

RIP Brother. You will never be forgotten.

Officer
Tomball Police (retired)

November 22, 2013

J. D Tippet will never be forgotten. His death led to the apprehension of JFK's killer.
May his family be blessed with God's healing hand. Where ever they are today my prayers go with them
He will live forever in American history.

Dan D'Allara
NYPD LODD 9/11 surviving famly member

November 22, 2013

RIP Officer Tippit...I was only in elementary school when your life was taken but I still can remember how horrible that day was for everyone. Prayers go to your family as you gave up your life that day for our country and I am sure you left a wonderful family behind....thank you and God Bless

sue cooke

November 22, 2013

I was 3 years old, living at James Connolly Air Force Base in Waco, Texas. My father was at work. My mom was ironing. My little brother was taking a nap and I was watching tv. Black and white tv. I remember someone came on the tv and said the President had been shot. I remember my mom busted out crying. The base alerts (very loud horn-type noises) went off. I remember how loud they were. Mom locked all the doors and was terrified that we were under some kind of attack. My Dad couldn't come home from work. That was the first time I can remember seeing my Mom cry. I am now a 911 Dispatch Supervisor and I never knew about the heroism of this young officer. We are faced with death and the dying on a daily basis. He gave the ultimate sacrifice and, we are grateful for your service, Officer Tippit. God bless you and your family.

Melody Embry Dispatch Supervisor
Chesapeake Police Department

November 22, 2013

RIP Sir.

Ptlm DeVita (retired)
Lima Police Dept.

November 22, 2013

Thank you for your service.

Lt. WDM Police Reserves ret. Gary Stull
West Des Moines Police Dept.

November 22, 2013

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