Eugene J. Miglio, IIIWildwood Crest Police Department, New Jersey
End of Watch: Friday, June 2, 1995
Reflections for Patrolman Eugene J. Miglio, III
It has now been 10 years. On your anniversary we're having a get together at the WCFD to honor your memory. There is no doubt in my mind that you'll be there. I'm going to tell the story of when you rear ended me in the patrol car coming back from the academy. M & M's everywhere.
RIP Cuz, you havn't been forgotten.
Edward F. Beck (Retired)
Stone Harbor PD, NJ
May 31, 2005
I salute you for your service and honor you for your sacrifice.
A hero never dies.....
Rest in peace, hero.
April 26, 2005
I will never forget the good times and memories from the summer I spent as your partner as a seasonal officer.
April 21, 2005
Gene I am proud to be your sister. Your friendship and kindness towards me will alway stay in mind. My love for you will always remain in my heart. You are thought of everyday, as I recall your voice, humor, and sense of pride in yourself and family. Miss you!
December 16, 2004
Gene, I can't believe it has been 9 years and some times it feels like yesterday we lost you. I always respected you as person, brother and a police officer. You were a good person and funny too. You are always in my thoughts every day and I miss and love you very much.
With love your sister, Donna
December 14, 2004
I never met you but my Father said you were a fine cop. God bless you Sir, Cape May County and Wildwood Crest have not forgotten and never will. I am pursuing my law degree so I can be a prosecutor; I hope I can live up to your legacy of service...Again, god bless us and may he keep an eye on the heroes in blue.
Cape May County, NJ, resident and son of a retired Law Enforcement Officer
December 9, 2003
It has been 6 years since you died. Your memory lives on in all of us who wear the badge. Our job has been harder because officers like you have been taken from us. We will carry on.
Cuz, I miss your banter and witty humor. I am very sorry that we lost you.
You are missed, but your memory lives on..
Det. Edward F. Beck
Det. Edward F. Beck
Stone Harbor Police Department,NJ
At the beginning of every shift I supervise, myself and the other officers on shift dedicate the day to the memory of a fallen officer. Today, June 2, 2003 we dedicated the shift to the memory of Patrolman Eugene J. Miglio III who died on this date eight years ago.
When one law enforcement officer falls, we all stumble for a while, but we will carry on.
Patrolman Miglio's sacrifice will never be forgotten.
Sgt. Paul Bissonnette
Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Surrey, BC
Can't believe it has been this long since we lost Gino. We had some good times and a lot of laughs. I'll never forget you.
Your memory lives on, in all who knew you.
New Jersey State Trooper-Charles Johnson
New Jersey State Police-Marine Unit
Gino, It has been many years since we were at college in Boston. And it was your influence that got me interested in a career in law enforcement. I think about you daily and know you look down on me smiling and urging me to "get up and get to work. I miss you brother, love, Dino
Inv. Sup. Dean Festa
State if Connecticut C.S Enforcement Unit
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