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 Charron is a hero who will always be remembered for his loyalty and sacrifice to New Hampshire and his country.
He was a proud and loving man who would do anything for anybody.
I know Jeremy's father well, and I remember playing football once or twice with Jeremy and his dad many years ago when we played those "Turkey Bowl" games in Hillsboro.
Jeremy made his family proud.
May his light continue to shine for all those who follow.

George Vreeland Hill

George Vreeland Hill

July 5, 2007

I saw and touched your name on the National Memoral this past weekend. It was sad I miss you.

Mike Dempsey
EPD Retired

June 4, 2007

Jeremy, i think of you everyday as I think of my fallen uncle, Micheal Briggs. You were both heroes, true heroes, and you both left us to soon. I cry as I think of you and as a matter of fact I am crying right now. Best of wishes to your famuily. Take Care.

Mckenzie 12 years old
Uncle's Friend

February 26, 2007

As the days go on know that you will not be forgotten...both you and Briggs will always be remembered for your courage, honor, and commitment.
We have a tradition in the Corps to turn an empty glass, for honor and remembrance of our brothers past... I just turned my second for you and Briggs. Semper Fidelis Brothers.

Former Rock 52 and Marine

November 16, 2006


Take good care of Briggs, you two jarheads left us much to young and I miss you both.

Iron Mike

Capt Micheal Dempsey

October 19, 2006


You are not forgotten, and tonight NH mourns another loss of an officer who worked in the Epsom PD, and one was a pall bearer for you. I have to figure you knew him, as a fellow young officer and former Marine, and that you're there to greet him in his transition today. keep giving both your and his friends and family the strength to get through these difficult times.


October 17, 2006

Sir, I honor your service and your sacrifice. "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called the children of God." Matthew 5:9. Semper Fi

Brother of A Deceased LEO - NH

October 17, 2006

As I watch the news today, I have learned that another fellow officer has fallen just as you did. I can't help but feel the pain and sorrow that I felt on August 24th, 1997. Everyday I miss you more and more and hope that will always watch over me. Missing you...

Julie Charron

October 17, 2006

Dear Jeremy,

On yet another sad day with the loss of Officer Briggs, I wanted to let you know that your not forgot by a fellow brother. God Bless You and Officer Briggs for the protection that you provided for all of us.

Training Officer, Art St. Laurent

October 17, 2006

I worked with Jeremy when I was a bail commissioner & clerking courtrooms. I often think of the young man so eager to serve. Jeremy, you were an amazing person. Your honesty was refreshing. Your strength inspiring. You earned your wings in every moment of life. Spread them and watch over us. For all eternity may God guide you in the palm of his hand.


Lisa L. Bell
Bail Commissioner

October 16, 2006

At the Washington Memorial I saw your name engraved in stone. On the wall with other heroes you are not alone. I etched your name and relived the pain that will be forever in my soul. May god keep you in his hands my friend and may you Rest in Peace.

Semper Fi

formerly 156 Epsom P.D.

September 12, 2006

I think of you often

Epsom PD 156 retired

September 12, 2006

We remember... we will always remember

August 24, 2006

Today marks the 9th anniversary of your murder. Most of us remember that whole event and the tragic events that occurred previously. It was a very sad few weeks for the Granite State.

I pray that the filth responsible are still in prison. Then again, it's New Hampshire, I have no doubt they will NEVER leave, nor should they.

God Bless and may you continue to Rest in Peace, Brother.

Ptl. Jim Leahy, Jr.
Harvard University Police Dept.

August 24, 2006

I salute you not only for your dedicated service to law enforcement but also to your country. You have not been forgotten nor will that ever be the case as your loved ones will carry on your memory as will your close friends in the Blue Family. Keep watch over your loved ones and those still out on patrol protecting the Thin Blue Line.
You are a true hero and heroes never die.

Bob Gordon, father of fallen Chicago officer
Michael P. Gordon, EOW: 8/8/04

Bob Gordon, Chicago Gold Star Father

August 24, 2006

I served with Charron in the U.S. Marine Corps and feel honored to have done so. A fine man who was taken from us too soon. I will never forget the day I learned of his death. His friends will never forget him. Semper Fi brother!

Corporal Jason Vaughn
New Hanover County Sheriff's Office (NC)

August 19, 2006

I'll never forget this incident and how it impacted all of us. Jeremy's uncle was our chief at the time. I remember when Jeremy returned from the Marine Corps and joined us at our chief's house for the annual picnic. He was so motivated and sincere- a solid candidate for police work. To this date I still think about it.

Tim Deal (Former Patrolman)
Pittsfield Police Department

February 7, 2006

Brother Charron,

May the road rise up to meet you,
May the wind be always at your back,
May the sun shine warm upon your face,
And the rains fall soft upon your fields,
And until we meet again,
May God hold you in the palm of His hand.

You’re Brothers in Blue

Untouchables LE Motorcycle Club

January 10, 2006



November 15, 2005



November 15, 2005

A recruit at the 138th NH Police Academy was chosen last week as a recipient of your award. I couldn't help but think if any of the class members could have possibly led this group as well as you led yours. I came to the conclusion that I doubted that they could.
Please know that you are truly missed and thought of on a daily basis. Until we meet...
Tpr. N. A. Noyes NHSP

Trooper Nathan A. Noyes
NH State Police

November 1, 2005

I think about you often brother even though I never even knew you. while I was in the academy I looked at your classes plaque often, and now mine hangs just down the wall from yours. I'll never forget the day I heard the news, even though I was only 14 years old. Watch over us brother, and god bless.

-NH Police Officer


August 7, 2005

You graduated from PSTC shortly after I did. I recall going there for continuing ed and seeing your class picture on the wall, just a few down from mine. It just didn't seem real or fair that someone so damned new should be taken.

I left law enforcement for a number of years but have recently returned. I'm starting FTO in a new department in a couple of days, many, many miles away from where I cut my teeth in beautiful state of NH.

Not really sure what compelled me to add this reflection other than to say God Bless and, if you can help a brother out, please keep an eye on me until I get my "sea legs" back. It's been a while, man, and I ain't as young as I used to be.

Thank you, Officer Charron.

Former NH Officer

April 16, 2005

Rest in peace my brother.

Police Officer
Burlington Township PD NJ

December 27, 2004

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

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