Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Border Patrol Agent Brian A. Terry

United States Department of Homeland Security - Customs and Border Protection - United States Border Patrol, U.S. Government

End of Watch Wednesday, December 15, 2010

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Reflections for Border Patrol Agent Brian A. Terry

Brian, though I never knew you personally, you were one of America's sons, deserving of our deepest respect and gratitude for your honorable military service and career as an Arizona Border Patrol Officer. You will never be forgotten, nor those that are responsible for your murder and continue to walk about freely. Whether in this life or the next, they will be held accountable. May you rest in peace, and may we never take our freedom for granted and remain ever vigilant of those who come to steal it, like thieves and cowards in the night. May you know the peace of Jesus and may He comfort your family in their times of grief.

D. Baez
American Citizen

June 15, 2013

Thank you all for all the kind words for my son BRIAN TERRY US BORDER PATROL AGT. Its wonderful for me to see all the beautiful comments about him, he would be proud thank you BRIAN TERRYS MOM JOSIE.

josephine terry
mother of BRIAN TERRY

January 17, 2013

"Soldier Boy"

Life liberty and happiness
These are the things we believe

Our brothers die, our friends get hurt, and our fathers even bleed

When the cry for help is heard, they are the first to turn and look

Their deeds of courage and of valor shall never be printed in a book

They stand the watch against the things we fear, Never asking why

They fight the battle that can’t be won not knowing if they’ll die

When the fight begins their only thought is of family
Of those they’ve left behind and of little ones soon to be

They stand and run into the fray looking from side to side
Praying to God that their best pal is still by their side

The battle over, the war not won, tired and bereaved
He cry’s aloud that he’s still there, not sure what that means

Heavens door opens wide the clouds of misery
“So that others might live” is their motto, their cry, their decree

No medals of valor or ribbons of red could ever take their place, God himself has blessed, their final resting place

Love them well these soldier boys, raise a silent cheer
Let them know every day how we hold them dear

Hears to the, “the soldier”, the young and the old
God Bless all the mothers, who gave you heart and soul.

Assistant Chief Frank G. Carrillo

January 8, 2013

I'm buying a shirt to honor your memory. Thank you for keeping us safe. Rest in peace.

Leonard Hanley Civillian

December 19, 2012

"Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God."
Matthew 5:9

Marshal Chris Di Gerolamo
Federal Air Marshal Service

December 14, 2012

May his sole rest in peace and know this; he's now paroling the gates to heaven. That scumbag who pleaded guilty to first-degree murder is only facing life in prison as stated during his formal sentencing hearing; he should fry, or better yet hang him at Florance AZ!

Michael L. Barlet Sr. MS, CJM
Retired Division Director

December 13, 2012

Justice Is Lost,Justice Is Raped,Justice Is Gone. Thank you for keeping our borders safe at the cost of your life. Rest in peace and know justice will be done to those that betrayed you.

Len Hanley

November 15, 2012

God Bless


October 30, 2012

R.I.P brother! My condolances to Agent Terrys family.

C.O. Jason Reichart
Berks County Prison, Pa

October 30, 2012

Come my brother and patrol the streets of heaven. Rest in peace..

P.O. Rene Ramos (Retired)
Union City Police Dept..

October 2, 2012

My Academy class at the USBP Academy used your image as a class mascot. We are your brothers in arms, we bleed green. -BPA

United States Border Patrol-Yuma,AZ

September 19, 2012

There is not a strong enough word in our language to express regret regarding the loss of human life.

Whether it is a military action or a police action, one rule is paramount: ALWAYS EMPLOYEE EXCESSIVE FORCE.

Unfortunately that was not the case for Brian Terry. An investigation is warranted.

M.Z. , P.O. second class
U.S. Veteran

September 16, 2012

As an army Vet and Mi native this really hits home may god bless the family and praying justice is served soon

hunting pac

September 16, 2012

God Bless


September 10, 2012

I cannot wait until I get to heaven and salute you. Thank you soldier.

Detective Steven C. Smith
Washington Police Department, IL

September 8, 2012

May Justice be yours. May God hold you and yours in his hands and comfort all of you. Another Hero lost. Semper Fi

Kim BegueRN
Supporter of USBP

September 8, 2012

Happy birthday Brian and Semper Fidelis!

Steve Johanson
Fellow Marine

August 11, 2012

I just wanted to thank all of you that have takent the time to leave a reflection for my beloved brother, Brian. It words like these that give my family the strength to fight for justice. God bless!

Kelly Terry-Willis
Sister of Brian Terry

August 2, 2012

Thank you for your service. You and your family are in our prayers.

CPL Sanders
US Army

July 27, 2012

"Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God."
Matthew 5:9

Marshal Chris Di Gerolamo
Federal Air Marshal Service

July 27, 2012

I'm enraged to read about this senseless act of violence caused by our own ATF. I pray for you and your family. Thank you for your service.

CPL Sanders
US Army

July 27, 2012

Farewell to a fallen brother. Your new post is now at the Pearly Gates. I can only hope to be as fortunate to go out with my head held high. You are not forgotten. From one Marine to another; Semper Fidelis!

(Soon to be) Deputy Scott Morgan
Rockdale County Sheriff's Office

July 24, 2012

Thank you Sir for your service and Heroism to this Country. A Hero may fall but shall never be forgotten, You sir, shall never be forgotten as you served well. My prayers go out to your family. May you RIP and watch over the rest of your brothers and sisters from above.

James Kotke
Civilian / Former Officer
WSF Park Police (Wi.)

July 20, 2012

My family did not know Bryan Terry or his family until we heard about him making the ultimate sacrafice for his country. My family does not have anyone in the Border Patrol but we want to thank Bryan Terry and his family for his service on our border. Also my family is full of Marines, so we also want to thank Bryan and the entire Terry family for his service for the protection of the great nation.

Sean T. Kelly

July 12, 2012

I did not know Agent Terry but I seen his picture on the board at the local gym in Michigan. Thank you for your sacrifice. Watch over all LEO's from above.

In valor there is hope.


July 10, 2012

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