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

Rest in peace. It takes a certain kind of peson to not only defend our country, but to also defend out borders. God took a good one home to protect us from above. Thanks

SPC Kyle Pflager
United States Army Military Police (Fort Carson Police)

July 9, 2012

The sting of death of a son, especially an awesome person, with sympathy is my thought.

"Those who have given of themselves to others will live forever in each heart they have touched."

"Sharing your sorrow at the loss of someone so dear."

Audrey Mae (Scheel) Berger
Mother of deceased Veteran of Foreign War

July 8, 2012

I did not know you or your son , but I think of you often. What proud parents you must be to have raised such an incredible man. my heart aches for your loss. You're family continues to be in my prayers. I also pray for the day you know the truth.God Bless You! Chrissie

Chrissie Clarke
Fellow American

July 2, 2012

Thank you for defending our country and keeping us safe. Your death, although tragic and far too early, was the most honorable way a person could end their life. Thank you.


June 27, 2012

I am offering prayers for your parents and family. Thanking God for your service and your willingness to give of yourself to protect your fellow citizens. we will not rest until we know what happened and why.

servant of Jesus
Big Bear Lake CFC

June 22, 2012

May the peace and love of Our Father remain with you for eternity.

Inv. Gerald V. Luck
New York State Police (ret.)

June 22, 2012

Thank you to the family of Agent Terry for enduring the fiasco that took your son's life as our leaders shamefully sidestep the answers to how this happened.

May you be blessed for your endurance of such a horrific set of choices by our "leaders."

Thank you, to all who serve our nation and uphold the laws with truth and blind justice! You're a shining example of High Caliber Citizenry and stand behind you and you have the support of this fellow Citizen

Ordinary Concerned Citizen, M W Roberts
Extremely Ashamed of Our Leaders

June 21, 2012

Semper Fi.....we will remember....we will NEVER forget

Donna (daughter of MGYSGT CLANTON)
daughter and wife of U.S. Marines

June 20, 2012

God bless you brother. Semper fi.

William Ridings Cpl. USMC
Former marine

June 15, 2012

My prayers go out to the Terry family. I saw you last week during the scholarship award ceremony and 5k run. I have written a letter to my Congressman, asking for his support in bringing all involved to justice. My uncle, Patrol Inspector Theodore L. Newton and his partner George Azrak, were murdered in 1967 by drug runners smuggling 800 pounds of marijuana into this country near Oak Grove, CA. I know our family members have not died in vain, and people like us will continue the fight that our lost Agents can no longer fight.

David Harvey
Nephew of fallen Agent Theodore L. Newton

June 14, 2012

I shall never forget Sem0per FI

MSgt USMC ret

June 14, 2012

My prayers go out to Brian's family. Any loss to any law enforcement agent is a loss to our entire country. I'm sure you will be missed by all who knew you. I feel their pain. My brother was a Border Patrol agent who was killed on May 11, 2007. Our country owes you both a debt of gratitude for your service to our country of which you paid the ultimate sacrifice! God bless you both.

Howard Goldstein
Border Patrol

June 1, 2012

My thought's and prayer's to the Terry family
Your son as many friends around this great country,that justice will be served for Brian and his family. Mrs. Terry you raised a man and taught him love for his fellow man and love for his country the United States Of America.All though Brians time with us was not long enough , he will live in the hearts of millions around this country that he so loved to protect.

ricky wallace
Justice For Brian Terry

May 10, 2012

Brain Terry and family You are in in our prayers.

Bruce Suttles

April 22, 2012

Another sad day for USBP.

Former USBP 340th San Diego Sector

Sgt. M. Weissberg

April 12, 2012

Your selfless heroism and service to protecting this country will be recognized in a very special way April 25, 2012. We are planning to present your organization a prototype Light Tactical Vehicle named in your honor. It is designated the BT (Brian Terry) Wildcat Interceptor. This austere environment vehicle is intended to not only honor your memory but to inspire those that continue the good fight. Thank you for your service.

A Proud Supporter of CBP

April 10, 2012

I remember hearing about this tragedy when it happened and my heart broke for Brian's family. Brian's name has been referenced a number of times in discussions about the recent Trayvon Martin situation as many are offended that our President has spoken out about this senseless killing but rarely does so about those of our fallen soldiers, officers, agents.

While I don't personally feel that the comparison is relevant, it brought me to reflect on Brian. I have never served but I know many who have (including a grandfather & brother) and if it weren't for knee injuries suffered as an athlete in high school I most certainly would have. I have the utmost respect for all of you. I know that however deep the sacrifice you will do whatever it takes to keep us and our country safe.

Brian clearly was one of the best. I respect & cherish Brian and his brothers & sisters in arms more than I can express in words. The bond you share is amazing and I am so truly sorry for your loss.

To the Terry family, may you find comfort in knowing that citizens of our country continue to mourn with you and you will always remain in my thoughts & prayers.

I am not sure this is appropriate so no offense to the Marines...Semper Fi ,Brian - may you rest in peace.

Citizen, Webster NY
Proud Supporter of the US Military

March 23, 2012

To Agent Terry's family..., Thank you for raising a man that was true to his country and family. I wish there was a way that would bring him to you as the hero he is. Until then all i can say is, "Thank you for giving our protectors a man that we believe in, and for our loss and yours, someone that we could believe in." He will never be forgotten, as a defender of the USA or the defender of his beliefs....

SFC Garcia
retired Army

March 8, 2012

Brian we will never forget you service to your country. Our thoughts and prayers AR with your family and you. We will also remember who contributed to your loss.

P.O. Thomas Pountney (Retired)
Delaware River Port Authority of PA&NJ

March 6, 2012

Wel will run & Gun in your honor; never forget your sacrifice and we'll keep you in our prayers until the final Muster Call...


Reynier Negrón II
US Customs & Border Protection - Nogales, AZ

March 5, 2012

Please realize who is fighting for you and our Constitution as Freedom is not Free, luv, ser

PV1 Steve E. Roe
U. S. Army, Big Red One, 701st

February 17, 2012

God Bless you Brian Terry, may you rwst in peace!

Hugh Brien, Chief US Border Patrol, (ret
US Border Patrol, DOJ

December 23, 2011

Thank You BPA Terry, God Bless, RIP.

Thank you BPA Terry, God Bless, RIP.

Lt. Joe Pitts Retired
Houston County Sheriff Dept. Dothan, Al

December 22, 2011

I can't believe it has been over a year sir. I still remember hearing about this tragic incident the day it happened. Thank you for your service BPA Terry. It will never be forgotten. God Bless, RIP, and Vaya con dios.

TCA/AJO United States Border Patrol

December 18, 2011

Rest easy Sir. Your work and sacrifice will live forever.
To your family, one day at a time and you have tremendous support to continue your fight for what is right. It just doesnt always feel like it with the media bias against law enforcement.

Phoenix PD

December 16, 2011

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