Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Patrolman Jeremy T. Charron

Epsom Police Department, New Hampshire

End of Watch Sunday, August 24, 1997

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Reflections for Patrolman Jeremy T. Charron

Jeremy: A few years ago I had the honor to sit with your parents at a police function. In talking with them I learned a lot about the kind of person you were. I remember how proud your Father was when he spoke about you and the smile on your Mother's face when your name was spoken....It was obvious to me, after talking with your parents, that we lost a good man that day God took you.


December 26, 2004

I remember when I first met Jeremy. It was in early 1996 on Okinawa.
Although we was known as "Corporal". Jeremy took myself and a couple
of other new guys under his wing. God Bless Jeremy

K9 Officer Ryan Shimpeno
Miramar Police Department, Miramar FL

January 12, 2004

I am a Police Explorer Cadet with the Portsmouth Police Department. I find that Officer Charron is an inspiration for all aspiring police officers in the state and in the nation. His death was not in vain for he protected our lives when no one else would do so. I hope some day I can be as good an Officer as Jeremy T. Charron was.

Ryan Hitchings

Cadet Sergeant Ryan Hitchings
Portsmouth Police Cadets

I had the pleasure of knowing and working with this Officer.  He was truly a dedicated Officer.  I will never forget him.  This will forever leave a hole in my heart as well as others who knew him. 

Rick Walter

I had the pleasure of knowing Jeremy. If there was ever a model of what a police officer should be, Jeremy was it. He inspired me while I was working toward becoming a police officer, and he continues to inspire me today. I can only hope that as a police officer, and a person, I can be half as great as Jeremy was.

Officer David Veno
Allenstown Police Department

The riderless horse again makes its path

      to finalize anothers wrath

That took from us young proud men, No present or future

      We jut have "Then"

To remember these men's hopes and dreams, They are gone

       Forever, or so it seems

Hold them in your hearts, keep them warm

Let them live on there, let their ideals swarm

They served and protected,in doing so fell

God now protect Them, They served us all well

In memory of Jeremy Charron, Scott Phillips and Leslie Lord

     .....Lest We Ever Forget, God Bless


I live in the small town next to where Jeremy worked, it's a small counrty setting, where everyone knows everyone. I did'nt have the pleasure of knowing Jeremy personally, but I do know some of the local officers and Jeremy will be missed greatly. When i went to Short Falls Rd and left flowers where it happened i felt as if i had know him. I know now that Haven is a safer place. God Bless his family.

Be Safe.

Craig Gidley
Allenstown, NH

I'm a Sergeant with a local police department very similiar to Epsom. Over the years, I have had the unfortunate experience to attend funerals for fallen officers and they don't get any easier. I didn't have the opportunity to meet Jeremy, but from what I have heard of him he was the model police officer with full dedication to the job.

Mr. + Mrs. Charron, I can only say thank you for producing such a valuable asset to our family. I understand that Jeremy is now in a better place, but I also know that he is with each and every one of us in our duties day in and day out and that is what made him a dedicated Law Enforcement Officer and fellow brother. Thank You and God Bless.

Sergeant Shawn M. Magoon
Holderness Police Department, NH

I served my entire Marine Corps career with Jeremy and feel honored to have done so. A true friend who never let me down and was always
there at a moments notice. I will never forget the day I learned of his death. Love you bro.

Patrolman M. Hughes
North Charleston Police, S.C.

My prayers are with you and your family.

Former Pemboke Police Officer#28

I knew Jeremy through his cousin Melissa. I looked up to him as a respected Marine and the ideal Police Officer. I attended his funeral and was heart struck at the amount of fellow officers and people who did not even know Jeremy that came to pay their respects.

When you look up to Heaven you can see Jeremy as one of the brightest stars telling everyone to follow their dreams.

I have wanted to follow in the footsteps of Jeremy and my Step Father since I was young and when I do get the chance I will have an Angel in Heaven now to guide me.

Jeremy you will be missed and are loved. I salute you for your service. Fallen Hero but Never Forgotten!

Victoria Navaroli



Jeremy was a wonderful person who is never far from my memory. He was bright, talented and a role model for many of his classmates. More people should model themselves after the sort of man Jeremy was.
He will be missed.

civilian, Heather Greene

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