Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Nicholas Aniceto Rodman

Louisville Metro Police Department, Kentucky

End of Watch Wednesday, March 29, 2017

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Reflections for Police Officer Nicholas Aniceto Rodman

Whatever our duty, or wherever we serve, we are all brothers and sisters in this most honorable calling. We have lost yet another brother who we must never forget.

My deepest sympathy to both his family and his law enforcement family. My thoughts and prayers are with them. May he rest in eternal peace.

Sgt. Tom Waller, Retired
Cincinnati P.D., Ret.

October 2, 2017

Deepest Sympathy to the Rodman family and to his Brothers and Slsters of the Louisville PD Kentucky.

Chaplain T.L. Longacre
FOP Red Rose Lodge #16 Lancaster Pa.

July 13, 2017

You are a hero, Nick. Keep watch over us from above.

Paramedic J. Haworth
Mobile Medical Response

June 23, 2017

Thank you Officer Rodman for your dedicated and brave service. Your huge sacrifice will never be forgotten. I pray that your family is well and I know you are watching over them in Heaven. Your young children will know what a true hero you are by your actions and hopefully also by reading these words from you family, friends, brothers and sisters in blue, and even complete strangers.

Brother in Blue
Dayton (OH) PD

May 25, 2017

Rest in peace my brother. Your children will know what a courageous and heroic man their father was. May the Lord keep your family in the palm of his hand.

Sgt. K Ford.
NYPD (Ret)

May 20, 2017

Rest in Peace Brother. We have the watch from here. May God Bless your Family and Friends.

LT. A. OROZCO
ADOT/ECD

May 8, 2017

Rest in peace brother and thank you for your service. As you join our brothers and sisters in the hall of heroes, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Vires et Honorem

Ptlm FrankKapusta
Mohawk PD

May 4, 2017

R.I.P., sir.

Police Officer Conner Harris
Metro Nashville Police Department

April 28, 2017

We send our most sincere condolences to officer Nicholas Rodmans friends, family, and co workers. His death is a tragedy and will he will not be forgotten.

Recruit Kevin Ray
Zone 5 police academy

April 23, 2017

RIP Brother. May God be with your Family and loved ones. Rest easy now. Protect from above.

Officer Steven Austin
Lawrence TWP P.D. (NJ)

April 21, 2017

A real "Hero" taken.
You helped make this world a safer place to live.
May God grant you eternal peace.
Prayers to your loved ones and to your department.

Det. Billy Russo (Ret.)
Nassau County PD. NY

April 12, 2017

Rest In Peace Officer Rodman.

Police Explorer Jay Bossian
Fuquay Varina Police Department

April 11, 2017

Rest In Peace Brother

Captain Steve Yancey
Forest Hill Police Department, Texas

April 10, 2017

With saddened hearts. Officer Nicholas Rodman has gone
10-42..... Thank you for your services you will be missed but
not forgotten.

James Hallgrimson Armed Security officer

April 8, 2017

Rest easy we will take it from here.

Deputy D Bigler
Marion County Sheriff (Ind)

April 7, 2017

Rest In Peace Brother!

Corrections Officer Justin Baker
Martin County Sheriff's Office, Indiana

April 7, 2017

Thank you for your service and dedication. Rest in peace brother.

Cpl. M. Davis #2614
Prince George's County Police

April 7, 2017

Rest in peace Officer Rodman. I ask Our Heavenly Father to comfort and watch over your family, friends and the Louisville Metro Police Department. Thank you for your dedication and service. God's speed brother.

Chief Jack Cavanaugh
Lee County Port Authority Police Department

April 7, 2017

Rip Brother

Deputy Zak Rodgers
Boone County Sheriffs Dept

April 7, 2017

nick rodman we will always remember what you did keep city safly

monica
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April 6, 2017

Prayers for Officer Rodman's family! We lose another Hero! May you Rest In Peace Sir!

Survivor Melanie Richardson
Lafayette county Arkansas Sheriff's Office

April 5, 2017

Thank you for your service RIP

CPL CHIRICHELLO,LOU/ CERT
LANCASTER PRISON PA

April 5, 2017

Tragedy strikes too often for our comrades who bleed blue.
I am humbled and outraged each and every day when I read yet, another brother or sister has fallen.
To the family, his wife, there are no words that will comfort you now, I know, because when my brother in blue was ran off the road, my partner, there were NO words to comfort or console me. However, to you, your toddler son, and your newborn daughter, trust in this, the brother and sisterhood reaches out much further than just the area you live. You and your children have a huge network and family for life.
Funding for education, college, to assist you as a single parent.
I know right now, everything's ringing out pure tragedy, but use this system as an advantage down the line.
My partner was so young, three year old son, divorced, only a couple things mattered being a Deputy and his boy.
I know this isn't the normal reflection, but, the truth is, on that cold November night, I lost so much more than my partner, my pal, my buddy, my protector, my comrade in arms,being a woman, in this field, for all those years, wasn't easy, but I had some awesome partners over the years, he was one of the best, funny, always smiling, salt of the earth, so my wife already agnostic, made it very easy for me to LOSE MY FAITH. November 23 2006 and I've not been able to find it again, so if you have faith in something, don't let it slip away, bc it's harder than hell to find again.
I'm truly sorry for your loss, and your suffering, I will say that enormous hole over time, starts to get a little smaller.
Depend on your family in blue.

Ret. Det. CCSO (SC) S. P. Halbritter
CCSO (SC)

April 5, 2017

Back in the days, when cities first formed police departments, the poet Walt Whitman wrote, “I dreamed in a dream, I saw a city, invincible, to the attacks, of the whole of the rest of the earth”. As officers work the streets every day, in cities large and small, we know, better than most, that the dream has not yet been realized. But we, as officers pasted and present endeavor to make the dream reality.
WHY THEM AND NOT ME. As a cop, I’ve asked myself that question many times. But, I’ve come to realize that any cop, on any given day can ask themselves that same question. Some questions have no answers.
Men and women who become officers make a choice, a choice to live a life of service. We choose to put ourselves in harm’s way. To be a guardian … to the people, of this great nation. We will never be able to thank the officers who have gone before us. They made the supreme sacrifice. But this we CAN and WILL do. We will REMEMBER THEM ALWAYS. We will remember that as in life, and in death, they embody all, that we as citizens can hope to be. May God bless our fallen brother Officer Nick Rodman and welcome him home.

LT David Love, 607
Ft Knox Police Department

April 5, 2017

Bless your family during this dark time. Gone but not forgotten.

Patrolman Richard Ziegelmeyer
Pearland Police Department

April 5, 2017

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