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Trooper Bobby Gene Demuth, Jr. | North Carolina Highway Patrol, North Carolina North Carolina Highway Patrol, North Carolina


Bobby Gene Demuth, Jr.

North Carolina Highway Patrol, North Carolina

End of Watch: Saturday, September 8, 2012
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Reflections for Trooper Bobby Gene Demuth, Jr.


A sad time for his family and the patrol. Our prayers are with them all. Those of us who served have all lost friends and brothers in uniform. My God guide and be with his family and fellow Troopers during this time.

Trp W M Goss 55TH Basic School 1973
September 8, 2012

God Bless You,and Thankyou for making the ultimate sacrifice,so now a dangerous fugitive will be unable to hurt anyone/thing ever again!I truely hope you R.I.P.and the Animal who did this,never forgets what he did!

SFC R.Binkley (Ret)
US Army
September 8, 2012

This makes me very sad. My heart goes out to all of his family and friends.

Rita New
Granny Squares of Love
September 8, 2012

God bless and protect all of our law enforcement officers. Every morning when they pin that badge upon their chest, they pin on a tremendous responsibility and realize they might not take it off at the end of their shift. We owe our livelihood and our safety to to these fine men and women.

Jessie O. Taub
Chairman, East Carolina University Parking & Transportation Committee
September 8, 2012

Rest in peace Trooper Demuth and may God watch over your family and friends……..”BLESSED are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.”- Matthew 5:9

Corporal T. D. Holster Sr
West Virginia State Police
September 8, 2012

God bless sir, I'll be saying a prayer for you and your family.

Deputy Sheriff
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
September 8, 2012

Another watch ended too soon. Rest in peace my brother. May your family both at home and with the NCSHP find comfort in this difficult time.

Deputy M. Enoch, Retired
Alamance Conty Sheriff's Office
September 8, 2012

To Bobby's family, I have not the words to give you comfort for the loss you feel, but am often taken back to these words spoken long ago:

"I pray that our heavenly father may assuage the anguish of your bereavement and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost, and the solomn pride that must be yours to have laid so costly a sacrifice upon the alter of freedom"

-Abraham Lincoln, 1864

September 8, 2012

Thoughts and prayer's to Trooper Demuth's family and friends,Thank you for your service to this country, REST IN PEACE

firefighter bruce merriam
springfield,vermont. fire department
September 8, 2012

RIP Brother. My thoughts & prayers are with you and your Family.

Lt. Robert M.Petty (Ret)
North Bergen N.J.P.D.
September 8, 2012

A police officer should be remembered not by how he died, but how he lived! A great man has gone to secure a safe path for the rest of us to follow. Thank you to you, your family and the North Carolina Highway Patrol. Our country is a little less safe without you. Rest in Peace Brother.

Chief Steven Marshall
Washington, NH. Police Department
September 8, 2012

RIP Brother...

M/Trp. Daniel G. Printz, Jr. (Retired)
September 8, 2012

Rest in peace Trooper, the citizens of North Carolina lost one of the best.

Ptlm. Bill Hansen
Arizona Dept. of Public Safety (Retired)
September 8, 2012

My Thoughts and Prayers are with you, your family, and the North Carolina State Highway Patrol! Rest in Peace Brother!

SGT Keith McCabe
Gastonia Police Department, NC
September 8, 2012

Rest in peace brother, we have the watch now. Keep us safe from your new beat in heaven. My GOD bless your family and the NCSHP.

South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED)
September 8, 2012

God Bless you & Prayers for the family. May you rest in peace

Officer C. Wilson
September 8, 2012

My thoughts and prayers are to the officer's family as well as to his department family.

Lieutenant Larry Lacey
Farmington Police Department, Farmington Missouri
September 8, 2012

Sincere condolences to the Demuth family, friends and peers.

Heros in Life, not Death.

Safe journey brother....

Cst Rick Wells
Ontario Provincial Police (O.P.P. Canada)
September 8, 2012

Rest in peace Troop'....my thoughts are with your family, friends, and the members of the NCHP during this most difficult and tragic time....

Lt. Joseph Ward, Ret.
Jackson, NJ PD
September 8, 2012

Rest in peace brother. Thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

Ptlm F J Kapusta
Mohawk Police Department
September 8, 2012

My heart is sadden by the loss of another HERO. May God comfort each of those affected by the loss of Trooper Demuth! May you always be remembered as the HERO that you are. Rest in Peace Trooper Demuth!!!!

Shelly Ragsdale
Surviving Spouse of Officer Alan Ragsdale EOW 11-27-00
September 8, 2012

My thoughts and prayers are with Trooper Demuth's family. R.I.P. brother, we have the watch from here.

Deputy Chris Nesbit
Iredell County Sheriff's Office
September 8, 2012

Rest In Peace My Friend. You have served the Citizens of NC well. Rest easy now. My heart and prayers go out to your family as well as your fellow Troopers who are all feeling the loss of a great Trooper, Family and Friends!

September 8, 2012

R.I.P. Trooper Demuth. You can rest easy with God now my brother.

Sergeant Detective Ryan Grayson
Indian Lake Police, Texas
September 8, 2012

Rest in peace bro. Gone but not forgotten

Officer J. L Cox
Raeford Police Department
September 8, 2012


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