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Police Officer Brian Michael DiBucci

Everett Police Department, Washington

End of Watch Thursday, July 15, 1999

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Reflections for Police Officer Brian Michael DiBucci

Brian, how is it possible so many years have passed? We all miss you brother and wish we could see you again. I don’t get to see your beautiful Mother very often but see her notes to you here. It would be so great to see you again, if only I could. Well my friend, I’ll look in on you again. Be cool Hollywood. -Mike

Captain Mike McAllister
Washington Firefighter

June 17, 2020

Twenty years. Twenty!

My dearest Brian Michael - Such a tremendously touching tribute to you today - orchestrated by some who knew you - facilitated by some who did not - received by countless who undoubtedly wish they had. You are well remembered and your legacy will continue on in the hearts and minds of a new generation.

As always, I find great peace and joy in seeing your smile, mischief and heart continue to bless the lives of those who knew and loved you - and that your legacy is an inspiration to those who follow in your footsteps.

You're one in a kabajillion (it's a word, honest...) and you will always be remembered and loved. My heart is with you and so many who loved you - hoping they all are also reminiscing and basking in the comfort of many memories of their own.

You're still a Punkinhead - and I'm grateful to have loved and been loved by you.

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Detective Meg DiBucci
Fiancee and fellow officer - Everett Police Department

July 15, 2019

Rest in peace Officer DiBucci.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

July 15, 2019

Brian Michael,

20 years....unbelievable.

You know that I talk to you everyday and around this time of year I write. So, this isn't anything new to you.

It's difficult to put everything into words today, so I'm just going to try to sum it up.

YOU WERE ANYTHING BUT ORDINARY.


I love you and I miss you very much.

xxxxxooooo

Mom

donna dibucci

July 15, 2019

My Dear Brian Michael,

Interesting how 19 years can pass by and it still feels as if it was yesterday.

Today is a day of connecting with friends and family who loved you and who will never ever forget you. It's also a day of taking the time to share our memories of our beloved Brian, and they are many. I always find myself hoping for that one story I haven't heard before. As bittersweet as it may be, they are priceless.

You may be hanging out with your dad these days. I know that's a big "maybe" but I definitely hope that's the case. He loved you dearly and was extremely proud, as we all are.

The love in my heart explodes each and every day for you and I absolutely feel it back . It's the one thing I know I can always count on.

I miss you so much,
Mom
xxxooo

Donna Maria DiBucci

July 15, 2018

Hollywood, I think about you quite a bit Brian, and yes you’ll always be Hollywood to me. You got the looks and I got the ability to tell jokes. Really man, we all miss you and wish you were here. Hard to imagine how much time has passed. I will be sixty soon, even looks bad when I write it. We will never forget you. Blessings my friend.

Captain Mike McAllister
Washington Firefighter

July 10, 2018

So what did you do for your birthday my love??

XXX000
Mom

Donna DiBucci

May 28, 2018

You have done much of a great duty of serving the people with their safety. For all the men who have died before you and after you have really given back to people safety. I thank you for actually putting your life on the line and then the outcome of you dieing and never being able to return. You have given me inspiration to help others in need and being aware of my surrounding. Thank you Officer DiBucci for everything you have done to keep the streets safety.

Blake Mcadden

December 7, 2017

I never met you but heard a lot about you. I worked with your father John and he talked about you all the time. He was so proud of you. Well today I attended your fathers funeral. He was a wonderful friend and I will miss him dearly. I am sure he will miss his daughters, and family, but seeing you again will bring him much joy. RIP

Dawn Farmer
Friend

May 18, 2017

At work watching the news of a fallen LE brother from Tacoma and had me thinking of and remembering you Brian. Was a pleasure working with you. Also thinking of you Meg. Hope you are doing well.

Andy M
WSP Comm - Former EPD dispatch

December 1, 2016

17 years ago.. I can't believe it's been that long. Thanks for the good memories and fun times we had on ride a longs and such. I loved working with you and getting to know you was a privilege. RIP Brian, you are thought of often and missed.

Debbie

July 20, 2016

Brian, We never knew or got to meet you, however we did meet Meg in Seattle at a training conference this past weekend. She is an absolute sweetheart. It was very easy to learn that you were, and still are, loved and missed greatly every day. Thank you for your service in Law Enforcement and for your sacrifice. We know what it means to all your family and friends and acknowledge their grief. RIP Brian. We are another surviving family so we understand the feelings.

Bill & Barb Lyons
Parents of Tpr. Scott Lyons Oregon State Police EOW 9-2-97

March 9, 2016

Brian, Here we are in 2016. The world has gone crazy my friend, the public is making it so cops hesitate to do their job, and we are losing a lot of Officers because of second guessing a situation. I know you we're a good cop brother, and it seems forever ago since you left. I don't see your mom very often anymore, but I know she must be doing fine. I suppose I am rambling a bit like that's never happened. Rest easy Hollywood. I won't forget you.

Captain "Irish Mike" McAllister
Washington State Firefighter

January 12, 2016

Well Brian, you must know how we all miss you. It seems a liretime ago now since I last saw you. Just so you know my basketball game has not improved so some things never change. Miss you man.

Captain "Irish" Mike McAllister
Washington State Firefighter

July 15, 2015

My Dear Sweet Brian,

My love for you is so incredibly strong, so amazingly powerful and so forever constant that I know in my heart, regardless of where you are or what you are doing, you have to be able to feel it.

I'll see you in my dreams until I can hold you again.

Love, Mom
July 15, 2015

Donna DiBucci

July 15, 2015

Almost 16 years since you left us. I can't believe it's been so long. You were a good friend, a great officer, and a mentor to many with you loving and caring attitude. You are never going to be forgotten Brian. Thank You for being my friend.

D. Nordstrom
Former Dispatcher

July 10, 2015

RIP

Detective Doug Teachworth
Lynnwood, WA

June 9, 2015

Hey Hollywood, Just stopping by to say hello. The years are slipping by quick Brian, but you are in all of our thoughts daily. Wish you were here.

Captain "Irish" Mike McAllister
Washington State Firefighter

April 2, 2015

Coming up on Local Heroes Night at Everett Silvertips.
I always think of you when this night happens. You were
a Hero to many and friend to even more.

You are gone, but never forgotten Brian.

Debbie N
Former EPD Dispatcher

January 12, 2015

Can't believe it's been almost 15 years. I think of you often and know you are looking down from above with that big smile on your face. You were an inspiration to all who knew you..and I am proud to have called you my friend.

Debbie

Former Dispatcher
Friend

July 1, 2014

I think of you often Brian. You are deeply missed by all of us.

Captain Mike McAllister
LCFD 16

December 4, 2013

So many years have passed, so many tears have been shed...but also so many smiles and laughter as well. "Hanging out" with you last night was comforting, and with that furry little rascal too.

As always, you are loved, missed and remembered - there has never and cannot ever be another like you. I hope you're proud of me, as I have always been of you. Hugs - huge hugs! - and kisses too.

Always - 2254

Meg DiBucci
Fiancee - Officer - Everett PD

November 25, 2013

Hey Bri. I retired a couple years ago. I know, right? Remember the "Centrum Silver" card you gave me when I went to dayshift? I still have it. Just wanted to let you know that I am thinking of you. Trying to look after your mom. She misses you bad. Who wouldn't?

264 retired

June 13, 2013

Hollywood,
I still think about you all the time and the fun we had. You are missed so much Brian. I have never found anyone else I can call Hollywood. It would have to be a young snappy Italian, and well, you were the best at it!. LOL
Really wish you were here. ~Mike

Captain Mike McAllister
Lewis County Fire District 16

March 7, 2013

Hey Brian,

Wanted to stop by and say hi to you big guy, been a long time since you were taken away, but I still miss you bro. Thanks for being a great cop who wasn't afraid to put up with rookie reserves and their endless questions during PACE details =P

Sgt. George Curtis

March 5, 2013

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