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Police Officer Tiffany Catherine Hickey

Cockrell Hill Police Department, Texas

End of Watch Sunday, May 30, 1999

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Reflections for Police Officer Tiffany Catherine Hickey

Tiffany: Your memory never leaves me. Thank you for your sacrifice and service.

Police Officer Fox Luu
Dalworthington Gardens DPS

August 23, 2019

Every time we look back at the “good old days” playing indoor soccer I think of you. You were always ready to pick up a game with any team that needed a player. Enjoyed playing against you indoor and in high school. I was at your funeral, you had many, many friends! You blessed a lot of people. Keep an eye out over all of us down here!

Holly (Estes) Castillo
Bowie High School ‘94

July 19, 2019

Rest In Peace Sister in Blue. Thank you and your family for your sacrifice and service. Never forgotten.

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

May 30, 2019

20 years on earth and 20 years in Heaven


May 10, 2019

A sweet young woman rest in peace Officer Hickey. Your honesty and integrity will be protected by God's loving grace. A life cut short. You'll will be a heroine to be forever revered.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

September 30, 2018

For nineteen years I've looked at your picture every day. You are not forgotten!

Adabelle Rodriguez

June 6, 2018

I read your memory in the paper. She is greatly missed. I have been were she is now. She is at peace. I am praying for you all during this time.

J adams

May 31, 2018

Remember the day. I came to the lord shortly after. Rest in Gods Arms Tiff....

1SG Ret. Douglas Slusher

May 24, 2018

Tiffany, we keep you in our thoughts constantly. It’s a tough time out here right now. Thanks for having our backs.

Police Officer Fox Luu
Cockrell Hill Police Department

March 21, 2018

You would be 39 years old today. Happy birthday in heaven. I miss you so much and it comes in waves of how hard it is sometimes, there's been a recent big wave of really missing you. It's your birthday today and you're overwhelmingly missed. We celebrate you today, celebrate your life, the life and joy you brought to others, the miracle you were, the lives you protected and served and the lives you touched and continue to touch. Love you with a never ending love.


August 28, 2017


While I did not know you to well, I had a few classes with Chad. I met your father briefly at the Ride for the Fallen in 2013. My wife and I had bought a new Harley at Cowboy Harley Davidson the day before so I parked a little further away from the crowd. I remember looking at your dad's bike and seeing a beautiful picture of an angel carrying an officer to Heaven. As I looked around, I saw a sticker with your name on it and I told my wife I knew who you were. At about that time, your dad walked up and we started talking and he told me who he was. He was very nice. My wife and two kids are planning on attending the Ride in a couple of weeks. I hope to see your dad and talk to him again. My son will ride with me for the first time in an organized ride. He's very excited! I am now an FTO with my department. On the day of the Ride, I will be thinking about you and all of our other brother's and sister's in blue who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Our job is getting harder by the day but we do it because we love it.

Rest in Peace.

Cpl. Trey Patrick
Snyder PD

April 5, 2017

Gone but not forgotten.

Steve Cockrill

March 23, 2017

Hi Tiffany,

It’s been a while since I’ve dropped by to say hi but I think about you daily. Miss you lots. I know you're watching over all of us. You along with Chad and your parents are always in my thoughts. Until we see each other again.

Patrick O'Brien

July 26, 2016

I was talking with one of my cadets and you came to mind. I still remember the fire in your eyes and the determination in your heart. Soccer fields never were the same...

Sgt. Keith Clicque
Dallas ISD PD

January 23, 2016

Time may have passed but you are not forgotten. I believe as long as someone remembers you or speaks your name, you are still with us.
Thank you for your heroism.
GOD Bless

Detention Officer A.Zambito

May 30, 2015

Never forgotten.

Police Officer - -
Mesquite (TX) Police Department

May 30, 2015

I've been thinking a lot about you lately.

Adabelle Rodriguez
City Council

July 7, 2014

Thinking of you today, and always. I love you so much sweet angel.

SC Karen McNamara
Dallas PD

May 30, 2014

Tif, tomorrow evening we will be there again with your family to honor your life. Each time the deep heartache is almost overwhelming. Each time my heart breaks again for your Mom and Dad and Chad. You are missed so much. Your light was so bright, your smile so big and beautiful. I remember how very much you wanted to be a p.o. and how much you loved it for the short time that you were. We all still miss you so very much.


May 29, 2014

Police Memorial Week has just ended and you will not be forgotten. Miss you Tiff.

Angela #7651
Dallas PD

May 15, 2014

We'll never forget you. We've got it from here.

Cockrell Hill Police Department

December 8, 2013

Tiffany and family. Many years ago while an officer in Hillsboro,TX I was very blessed in having had you (tiffany) as a partner in a ride along program. I remember the loss that I did feel when I learned of your passing however, the light and spirit in your smile still shines wonderfully in my and the memories of many others. I have been retired for about ten years and am residing in cold but beautiful Wisconsin. I will always cherish memories of such a beautiful soul as you, my dear friend. Lisa VanDersarl-Knowles

formerly Sgt. VanDersarl, Lisa
Formerly, Hillsboro,TX PD

November 24, 2013

Fourteen years ago today.....seems like yesterday and forever all rolled into one. you are missed so much and your legacy continues.

Love you


May 30, 2013

Hi Tiffany,

It's been a while since I've stopped in here, it's also been a while since I have visited your gravesite, but that doesn't mean you are ever far from my thoughts. As a matter of fact, Pagoda St. no longer exists in Cockrell Hill. We renamed it Tiffany St., after you! I hope that's okay. I think of you every day when I pass the intersection, a block from home, and look up to see your name on the street sign. I gave your mom and dad a street sign to take home too!

You were recently joined by a former Cockrell Hill City Council member and Fire Chief, J.W. Trevathan. I know you will get along well with him, he is a hoot! He used to live on Penrod while you were here. H's son is with you too, along with many Cockrell Hill residents over the years. I dare not try to list them for fear of leaving someone out. But I will mention Cora Hernandez, because I know you would remember her. She's the elderly lady we took the fire truck to so she could see the lights up close. I remember how happy it made her, She was giddy with joy, like a child. Sadly, her dementia progressed over the years until she could no longer be cared for at home.

Next month we will once again have a Memorial Ceremony in front of City Hall in your honor, sadly it's the only time I get to see your mom and dad and Chad and his family. His babies are growing too fast!!! I am very proud of all of them, they have turned their grief into such positive attitude and are helping so many others! I know you are proud of them too!!!

Thinking of and love you,

Adabelle H Rodriguez
Mayor Pro Tem, City of Cockrell Hill

April 8, 2013

It's so hard to believe that it's been so long since you were taken from this life. Dad came to join you this year, so I hope that he has bumped into you so he can tell you about everything that has happened. Who knows maybe you guys can even ref a game of soccer or two together.

Keith Clicque
Dallas ISD Police

January 5, 2013

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