Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Joseph N. Sachatello, III

Montville Police Department, Connecticut

End of Watch Thursday, January 23, 2003

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Reflections for Police Officer Joseph N. Sachatello, III

My prayers and sympathy go out to all family, friends, and co-workers. I know this is a tragic time. I just lost the father of my 5 1/2 month old daughter on Jan 13, 2003 which was also a Deputy going to the call of help. Be strong and God will guide you through this.

Angie Marshall
Survivor of Deputy Adam Fleshner 01-13-03


I was a classmate of yours from the 282. I always knew you would be the exemplary officer that you were. I am sorry we did not keep on touch. Every time I thought about those long miserable days at the Police Academy, I often taught of you and how you always had a smile on your face. Even now that you are gone, the taught of you brings a smile to my face and warns my heart. Rest in peace brother.

a brother from the Connecticut Police Academy, session 282


Another one of our hero's lives is taken too soon. My deepest sympathy to the family, friends and co-workers of Officer Sachatello. May the Lord give you strength and bless each of you during this time.
Rest in peace for your watch here is over walk in heavens beat and guide us all to protect and serve others safely.

US Ranger Catroppa
National Park Service Kennesaw GA

Satch started his career in Law Enforcement as a Correctional Officer in the Division of Detention Services, Lexington, KY where he was loved and will be missed by all of us. God bless him and his family.

Captain Jim Capillo
Division of Community Corrections

It is with great sorrow that we learn of the loss of Ofc. Sachatello. Those that knew him when he was an Officer here have many fond memories of him. His quick humor, his ready smile and his great desire to serve his community as an Officer. We know that he loved his family very much as he spoke of them often and moved from Kentucky to his home so that he could be close to his family. Ofc. Sachatello's wife, son, and family as well as his brothers and sisters with the Montville Police Department are now and will remain in our thoughts and prayers. We will miss you Sach and never forget the ways you touched each of our lives. God bless you and God speed brother.

Captain Brian Proffitt
LFUCG Div. Of Community Corrections

The Officers of the Bridgeport Park Park Police (Connecticut)
wish to express our deepest sympathy to both the Sachatello family and to the officers of the Montville Police Department.

His honor, courage, and bravery shall always be in our hearts and minds.

Police Officer Michael C. Bouchard
Bridgeport Park Police

Sach, I went through training with you, then worked with you in Lexington, I never had anything but respect for you in the way that you lived your life as a man and as an officer. I wish that there were more people like you in this world. My very deepest and heartfelt sympathy to your family and to all who share in this tragic loss. You will be missed.


My thoughts are with Officer Sachatello's wife and young son at this tragic time. Always know that he gave his life as a hero.

Lori Brown
Aunt of Deputy Renee Azure EOW 8/06/02

Our prayers and thoughts go out to the family of Officer Sachatello. I know, at this time words can stop the pain and loss felt by the family and friends.May our Lord be near to you and comfort you in is time. Matt: 5, 9

surviving father
OHP Trp. C. Van Krevelen J-952
EOW 11-28-02

Sgt. R.Van Krevelen Retired
Enid Police Department

Rest in peace blue angel.

S. Yates
concerned citizen

Fare well my brother. You will be greatly missed.

Deputy Lancen Shipman
Bay County Sheriffs Office, Florida

god bless the family of this fine in peace.

To the wife, parents, coworkers and especially the son of a true hero may God be with you all in this terrible time of loss, and to Officer Sachatello may you rest in peace and we thank you for a job well done. Continue your watch from above now.

Deb Azure
Mother of Deputy Renee Azure, EOW 08/06/2002

It is always so difficult to see another precious officer have to have his named added to this list of other heroes. Our hearts are saddened with your family and friends. We will continue to keep your memory alive as we display our blue in your honor.

Cathy Hill
surviving spouse Deputy Barrett Hill
e.o.w. 12/4/00
He died protecting those he didn't even know

Another Hero joins the heavenly ranks, may God hold you, his wife, child and family in the palm of His hand while you give your loved one his final call. We are all hurting for you right now, especially those of us who have said goodbye to our own. The Law Enforcement community is a tight one, and you will be surprised at the prayers going up from around the country and world right now...Hold his memories close, and he will never be gone. You will see him again and it will be glorious....
KY Peace Officer
Isaiah 40:31

Although I did not know Officer Sachatello personally, I live in Montville, CT and our town is at a great loss. We will never forget Officer Sachatello, but honor his service and dedication.
My heart and prayers go out to his family, wife, and young son.

Christina Bernardi
CCSU - Criminal Justice Major

My thoughts and prayers are with Officer Sachatello's wife, son, parents, family, friends and co-workers. Your law enforcement family is always with you. You are never alone in your pain and grief, there are many of us fellow survivors that share your heartache. Psalm 55:22

Denise Nichols - surviving spouse
Alabama State Trooper Brian Nichols EOW 2/17/2002

You were on your way to help others and you gave the ultimate sacrifice. I am sorry I lost a brother but God has you to protect his streets now. God bless your wife and son with comfort and pride in you, Officer Sachatello.

Fairfield, Ia Police Department

Fairfield, Ia Police Dept.

Rest in peace

State Trooper
Pennsylvania State Police

god be with you friend from lexington ky




It is a great loss when we have an officer taken from the ranks and files. My deepest regrets go out to the family.

Asst. Chief Daniel Hutchinson
Plainfield Fire Department

It is a great loss when we have an officer taken from the ranks and files. My deepest regrets go out to the family.

Asst. Chief Daniel Hutchinson
Plainfield Fire Department

You gave the ultimate sacrifice. You may be gone, but you will NEVER be forgotten. We are all family in this job, sometimes we are the only family each other has. In pace requiescat, Rest in peace! Keep a watch on the rest of us as we go on shift each day.

"When you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your life in such a way that when you die, the world will cry and you will rejoice." (American Indian Prayer)

Isaiah 40:31

Officer Kimberly Moses
MTSU Campus PD, TN

Sleep well bro. You will be missed.


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