Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer III Brian Ernest Fenimore Brown

Los Angeles Police Department, California

End of Watch Sunday, November 29, 1998

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Reflections for Police Officer III Brian Ernest Fenimore Brown

Hollenbeck Patrol will be working our shift in your memory today. We will never forget and God bless to your family and son.

Hollenbeck Patrol
LAPD

November 29, 2018

Brian was my co-worker and friend. We worked together at Van Nuys Division. I then transferred to Hollywood... and was working that night his call came out. RIP my dear brother... I will see you again!

Detective Karla Williams
Oceanside PD ( former LAPD)

November 29, 2018

Officer Brown,
On today, the 20th anniversary of your death I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice-not just for your Community but for our Country as well when you served with the USMC. And to your Family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

Semper Fi Devil Dog!
A fellow LEO/former Marine

Anonymous
United States Border Patrol

November 29, 2018

Coming up on the 20 year anniversary of Brian's death. It was like yesterday. The memory is just as heart breaking today as it was the day it happened. May God bless you in heaven, and your family here on earth.

If there is a memorial service someone please reach out to me at San Luis Obispo Police Department. Would be good to meet your son, father and their families. My children would like to meet as well.

Rushdi Cader, Tactical Physician
SLO Regional SWAT. On Duty ER Physician at UCLA - Nov 29, 1998

November 16, 2018

Warrior!!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

December 21, 2017

19 years today. Your memory lives on. May God grant you the peace that you deserve. You are not forgotten.

Det. Rivas
LASPD

November 29, 2017

Rest In Peace Brother. Thank you and your family for your sacrifice and service to this country.

Officer Mike Robinson, (Ret)
Upland Police Dept. CA

November 29, 2017

"Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God."
Matthew 5:9

Marshal Chris Di Gerolamo
Federal Air Marshal Service

September 21, 2017

Rest In Peace Brother, you are not forgotten

Officer Mike Robinson, (Ret)
City of Upland, CA

August 25, 2017

Think about you every now and then.

Friend
Friend

August 16, 2016

I served with you in Central Division and walking a footbeat on Broadway Street. I will ride the Police Unity Tour for you my brother. Thank you for your service

Police Officer 3 LAPD Foothill Div.
LAPD Friend

January 10, 2016

Hey brother,
Another long year has gone by, but it seems like yesterday each time I reflect on that night. I shared your story of bravery with the kids again, as we passed by the area. I don't want them or others to ever forget what is sacrificed for their safety and freedom! Your son is an amazing husband and father to his growing family, you would be proud. I miss you bro.
Tommy

PIII Thomas Cleary
L.A.P.D.

November 29, 2015

I visit your memorial page every once in a while to remind myself of your courage and commitment. I remember that Det Melissa Mora would always talk about how you visited her at her Night Watch table. She really enjoyed talking and visiting with you. She was heart broken when you were killed and she is now in heaven also. I pray that you know that our struggle continues but your life and memory of you helps us in that struggle. KMA-367

Sergeant R. Alvarez
77th Street / LAPD

April 7, 2015

16 years today. Time goes by quickly, but your courage is still remembered by your friends and family. May God give you the peace you deserve.

Detective Rivas
LASPD

November 30, 2014

16 years today. Time goes by quickly but your courage is still remembered by your friends and family. May God give you the peace you deserve.

Detective Rivas
LASPD

November 29, 2014

Brian,
Miss you brother! You were a great classmate, partner, fellow Marine and friend. We are still checkin on Dylon for ya. He has a beautiful family and is a great young man, you did well my friend. This is always a tough day, especially since I was there. Glad I got to serve along side you brother. You are never forgotten!
Tommy
LAPD (class 9/95)

PIII Thomas E. Cleary
LAPD (Retired) & Fellow Marine (Retired)

November 29, 2014

Your dedication to protect and service not only your country and your community has shown through your incredibly and fearless actions. You are an true inspiration. Rest in peace.

Semper Fi

Recruit Gelesko

September 27, 2014

Brian,

Tomorrow I swear in as a reserve officer for San Luis Obispo Police Department. Your bravery and the loyalty of your fellow officers on the day you died, was my inspiration to become an officer and an instructor in Tactical Medicine. Rest in Peace Brian. We did everything we could to attempt to bring you back to your family. God bless you and those you left behind.

God's peace,

Dr. Rushdi Cader

Medical Director
San Luis Obispo PD / SWAT

May 5, 2014

Rest in Peace Brother, we have the Watch

Policeman
Phoenix PD, Brother in Blue

April 26, 2014

Officer Brown's story has made me want to become a LAPD officer even more. his story has changed me .

Cadet II Tobin
LAPD CADET

February 3, 2014

Officer Brown's story has made me want to become a LAPD officer even more. his story has changed me .

Cadet II Tobin
LAPD CADET

February 2, 2014

I didn't know Officer Brown but I remember watching the news the day he was shot in the line of duty. I felt for his son Dylon and for his family as if he had been part of my family. That moment has stuck with me all these years.

Rest in Peace Brian.

D. Macias
Friend

December 28, 2013

All of us at Pacific will never forget the sacrifice you have made! RIP brother and watch over us from heaven.

Police Officer II Abskharon
LAPD Pacific Division

November 29, 2013

I remember Brain's service very well! I was with the Honor Guard and had to do the final salute to his son in a missing man formation. What I did not expect was that his son would do the same slow cut away salute at the same speed I did it with out training! I lost it as I marched away!

Police Officer III, Ellis, A.D.
LAPD-Retired

November 29, 2013

Can never forget you. Til we met again.

Beppy
Friend

November 29, 2013

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