Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Sergeant Morris Cavaliere, Jr.

New Orleans Police Department, Louisiana

End of Watch Sunday, April 26, 1998

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Reflections for Sergeant Morris Cavaliere, Jr.

May you Rest in Peace.

April 26, 2006

You live on, my brother-in-blue. Although I never knew you, my husband did. You were as a brother to him, and I hear stories of some of the crazy things you guys did together, both on and off duty, LOL. We keep a picture of you and him standing together in your traffic uniforms in our living room. Rest in peace, my brother.

P/O Stephanie Doucette

October 21, 2005

Mo, you were more than a partner and a friend to me, you were like a younger brother. I still think about you daily. On this anniversary of the accident that took you away from us way too soon I was reflecting on all we went through together. You were a great medic, police officer and friend. I am proud to have known you. I miss you.

Steve Haase
Las Vegas, NV

Steve Haase - NREMT-Paramedic
formerly with New Orleans Health Dept. EMS

April 25, 2005

So sad! My heart goes out to your
family, friends and co-workers who
still miss you. Gone too soon!
Lynn Kole
Washington State

April 22, 2005


Gone but not forgotten. Rest in peace sir.

Captain Robert W. Cannon; Retired
Vermilion County Illinois Sheriff's Dept.

November 3, 2004

On behalf of the members of Blue Knights Missouri Chapter VII, we send our deepest sympathies to the family of Sgt. Cavaliere. May you always ride with pride.

Doug Eatherton
St. Louis City Police

August 20, 2004

I and my wife (Kimberley Robert-Alexander) met Morris at their 10 yr. class reunion. He and his wife seemed to be nice people. His untimely death, as with many of our Law Enforcement brothers, is unfortunate. Morris has been remembered.

Deputy J. Alexander
El Paso County Sheriff's Office

December 19, 2003

My son will alway's be remembered as a warm ,loving and giving man. He was struck down by a fellow police officer who was late for work, so he ran through an intersection. An intersection that had a wedding procession going through it . The fellow  officer had 5 tickets given to him, no driver's license, no brake tag, no insurance, no registration and no license plate. He DID NOT have to pay any of them , they were thrown out,.  

Brenda Griffin

You were always my shining star , a breath of fresh air. You are sadly missed but always remembered. You were taken too soon from us, only GOD knows why. Justice will be done my son, we will see to that. We love and miss you very dad George & brother Grant P.S. Gus misses you too.


You were taken from us before your time. Only GOD knows why. You will always be remembered and loved. YOU ARE 'FALLEN BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN'-----JUSTICE WILL BE DONE.


Rest in peace motorman.

Inv. Michael Walker
Tallahassee Police Department

My brother was taken from us too soon, but does anyone ever think it isn't too soon. There are many people he left behind that miss and will always love him, but it is those who will never know him, like my son who was three weeks old when his uncle was killed, that will suffer the most. Just know Bubba, I Love You and you will NEVER be forgotten.

Tiffany Cavaliere Sister

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