Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Bryan Scott Hurst

Columbus Division of Police, Ohio

End of Watch Thursday, January 6, 2005

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Reflections for Police Officer Bryan Scott Hurst

Happy Heavenly Birthday Bryan! Continue to watch over all of us always a hero!

Sherri Marzick
Mother-in-law

April 15, 2019

I can’t believehow the years have flown by since your EOW. I continue to honor you as a hero and hold you and all the memories close to my heart. Gone but never forgotten Bryan. All the things from Police Week in DC are still in my car. You would be so proud of Malia. She is just beautiful and smart and talented. I know you cheered in heaven when your Buckeyes won the Rose Bowl. Continue to watch over us down here. I also pray for all those who continue to mourn your loss. Love and hugs to you.

Sherri A. Marzick
Mother-in-Law

January 6, 2019

Another year has passed. God bless you friend. You are a warrior, a hero. I never stop thinking of you.

Lieutenant Robert Sagle #5047
Columbus Division of Police

January 6, 2019

Supporting the procession through Westerville brought back so many memories of the day you saved my life. I know you are with the two police officers in a heavenly place. I will never ever stop thinking about what you did for us! I wish we had a different outcome. I pray that these people understand that we need the police and they are great people.
Praying for all of your brothers and sisters in blue this week!

#MyheroBryantHURST

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February 14, 2018

13 years ago today you were tragically taken away from us. I will never forget the sacrifice you made that day. Keep us safe from up above.

Angie Karst
Former 5/3 Bank employee

January 6, 2018

Everyday when I wake up and see my kids growing up and I think of you say thank you. I'm looking forward to that day after this life where we can meet again. Rest in peace brother.

Warren Cox

January 6, 2018

NEVER FORGET! On behalf of the Westerville, Ohio Division of Police, we honor the dedicated service and ultimate sacrifice of Patrolman John M. Donnelly of the Police Officer Bryan Scott Hurst of the Columbus Division of Police, Ohio who have paid the ultimate sacrifice on this date in history.

Chief Joe Morbitzer
Westerville, Ohio Division of Police

January 6, 2018

Sender Fi Brother

SDS Mark McCormack
NYPD

January 6, 2018

Honoring your sacrifice and bravery on this your EOW Anniversary Anniversary. Never ever forgotten and always hold you close to my heart. You would be so proud of Malia and Marissa. I always thank the police when I see them for all they do to keep us safe. Also always offer to pay fir their meals when out eating. Please continue to watch over us. Your tiny badge and all we wore in DC are kept in my car in your honor.
Love always,
Sherri

Sherri Marzick
Mother-in-Law

January 6, 2018

A true American hero and friend. It doesn't seem possible that 12 years have passed us by since your ultimate sacrifice... Thank you brother. My continued thoughts and prayers are with Bryan's family and friends.

Deputy Kevin Gilkison
Delaware County Sheriff's Office

January 6, 2018

God Bless you, friend. I think about you all of the time. Thank you for what you did. You are a true hero.

Lieutenant Robert Sagle
City of Columbus, Division of Police

January 5, 2018

Merry Christmas cuz

Colleen

December 25, 2017

God Bless you Bryan. Thinking of you and your family today.

Sergeant Robert Sagle
City of Columbus, Division of Police

January 6, 2017

I was fortunate enough to have helped train Bryan and to this day have the privilege of remembering that time. I get to pray for Bryan's friends and family and knowing that Jesus is the resurrection and the Life, believe in Him and never die just go where we are suppose to be.

Retired Officer Joseph Smith
Columbus

January 6, 2017

I think about you often. I remember working the wagon with you on 5 precinct. I can't believe how fast time flies. It seems like yesterday. Another Columbus officer has fallen. Look out for him.

Ofc. Joel Vogel #2196
Columbus Division of Police

April 14, 2016

Remembering you as once again another E.O.W. has happened here in Columbus. May you know your not forgotten.

April

April 13, 2016

I thought about you a lot yesterday. God Bless.

Sergeant Robert Sagle #5101
Columbus Ohio Division of Police

April 13, 2016

Honoring your sacrifice today and always. Continue to watch over us.

Sherri Marzick
Mother-in-law

January 6, 2016

I just want to say thank you for all you've given to protect the people of Columbus. You are a true hero and inspiration to me. I pray to the Lord to be with your family. May you never be forgotten.

FCC Criminal Justice Cadet Cameron Picke
Fairfield Career Center

January 6, 2016

Officer Hurst ... a true hero!! Rest in Peace brother.

"Blue Lives Matter"

Steve Van Slyke, Police Officer (retired
El Cajon Police Department

January 6, 2016

11 years ago today you saved countless of lives Taking heroic actions facing evil while protecting civilians!! Bryan Hurst #2057 so so many people miss you!!! God Bless your family, loved ones and friends who Are all thinking about you today.. Miss you brother..

Jim Gilbert
Franklin County SO

January 6, 2016

It's hard to believe it's been 11 years since you were suddenly taken away from us. I think about you every day and remember the sacrifice you made. Keep us safe from up above.

Angie Karst
Former 5/3 bank employee

January 5, 2016

As you EOW approaches I think of you and your act of heroism. With all the bad press lately with police bashing, I want to slap the idiots making such comments, esp. after your bravery. Please continue to watch over me, Bryan. Gone, but NEVER forgotten.

Sherri A. Marzick
Mother-in-Law

December 29, 2015

I think about you often. It has been so long, but I can still remember our conversation like it was yesterday. Thank you for being you.

Sergeant Robert Sagle
Columbus, Ohio Division of Police

October 24, 2015

Thought of you recently, as so many senseless and cowardly murders of officers have been reported lately. Please know, Bryan, that many of us who knew you through your protecting and serving us at the bank years ago still hold you in our hearts and know you as a hero. Blue Lives Matter.

friend Mike Ferrell
Former Fifth Third Bank employee

September 3, 2015

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