Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Officer Edward A. Rebel

Arizona Department of Public Safety, Arizona

End of Watch Tuesday, June 28, 1988

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Reflections for Officer Edward A. Rebel

To our butterfly,
You are deeply loved and missed.
We all remember you proudly in your uniform and in your lovely tube socks!
Hugs and BIG kisses

Andrea Rebel Norquist

December 26, 2004

Always in my heart, love and miss you.

Jacquie Rebel- wife

October 20, 2004

I salute you for your service and honor you for your sacrifice.

A hero never dies....

Rest in peace, hero.

October 20, 2004

my grandfather is/was the greatest. thank you all for your reflections... think you of you all day long everday, love you miss you, no one will ever forget you. love Talia

RANK:grandaughter NAME:Talia
Rebel family

October 8, 2004

I have never met you, but obviously something runs in our family. My mother was your first cousin. I will always remember the day my grandpa told us about the loss in our family. Rest in peace, and I'm still patrolling the streets, just far far away. Gods speed!

Police Officer Mike Gulla
Metro. Nashville Police Dept.

September 28, 2004

Sixteen years ago today we lost you at the hands of a coward.
I can't believe it's been that long, you are missed and you will always be remembered.
Rest easy hero, your crusade against evil continues through us, your brothers behind the badge.


June 28, 2004

Ed, I just wanted to say thank you and that I think about the lessons learned from this incident. Your roadside memorial reminds me everytime I pass by to be a little more careful on the nights I think everything is "routine". God Bless you for your sacrafice to the citizens of this state.

Ofc. Chris Lee
Marana Police Department

May 5, 2004

Ed Rebel was a cops, cop, he loved doing what he did and he did it very well.
I still remember when he would be the airplane spotter during speed details in District 9 area 3.
Not very many speeders got away from him.
It was a pleasure working with him and an honor to have known someone of his caliber.
He was and still is in my mind a true hero.

A retired police officer.

May 5, 2004

Thank you, Officer, your heroic sacrifice. You will never be forgotten.


March 8, 2004

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