Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

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

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

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

Hey Brian! I'm in school for Criminal Justice. Doing a paper on the dangers of police work. I thought about you. Even though I hadn't seen you for years before your death. I still remember you and Jimmers and Rodney playing basketball and fooling around outside. I remeber that sad day, me and Missy had just gotten off the bus coming from downtown and we saw your dad walking out of Missy's house. He looked very sad. Me and Missy both asked him what was wrong. He just looked at us and smiled a small smile and put his head down walked to his car and drove off. Aunt Nadine held the door open for me and Missy. Uncle Jim was quiet as usual, but he looked very sad. Aunt Nadine tried to hold back her tears as she told us what happened. We immediately broke down crying. Remembering the grits you used to scarf when we had breakfast over there on Saturday mornings. I hope in some small way the mention of you in this paper pays tribute to you. You are there to protect and serve and God called you home. Too soon for us, but right on time for him. God bless your family. Say hello to Grandma Jenny for me. Loved her dearly! You know Uncle Jim is up there with you now. Look out for him. Show him the way around. You're an old pro by now. Love and miss you always. You will never be forgotten. Oh. Missy is a head coach at Obama. I'm so proud of her. Love you!

Janica M. Estes
family friend Pittsburgh,PA

February 12, 2013

I think of you often. I know how much you liked those small cars that really fly. I probably would have to if I could fit in them. Everytime one zips by me I think of you.
Anyway Hollywood, wish you were here and so sad you are not.
All of us love you my friend.

Captain Mike McAllister
Lewis County Fire District 16

January 19, 2013


I enjoyed having you as my car partner as you loved that upside-down bathtub Caprice as much as I did - the last in the fleet.

I had an opportunity to remember you and what happened yesterday due to a reason I wish I could write on this forum. At least I know that you know, and you are probably smiling about it.

Take care, my friend, you are missed.

Sgt. Pete Noetzel
Everett Police

August 20, 2012

What a great friend we had in Brian. I still think about him often. Brian and I had lots of fun on shift and also lots of exciting times. I still hear his laugh today and wish that we could all spend some more time with him. We all still love you, brother!

Officer Todd Natale, Retired
Tenino P.D.

July 27, 2012

Remembering you today Brian, #1144. You are still missed.

Casey Gleason #1121

July 15, 2012

Continue to rest in peace brother. You are not forgotten!

Deputy Marshal

May 19, 2012

Gone but NEVER forgotten!. Keep a good watch up their Brian. Miss you.

Civilian - Deb

March 4, 2012

I remeber taking my BAC class with him, I was saddened to learn he was killed on duty. He seemed like a great officer and it is a shame he is gone.

K. Hannan
Former Coupeville Reserve Deputy Marshal.

February 24, 2012

Looking around facebook tonight and decided to see if Brian's name would come up. It did. I can't believe it's been 12 years. I had the privelege of working with Brian during his time at Everett.

Thank You Brian for being the bright shining star that you were and are.. for watching over people.. for caring.. You will never be forgotten. Always in our hearts..


Deb N
Friend and former co-worker

September 9, 2011

12 years ago today you were taken from us my friend. Yet still, your impact on the lives of your friends and loved ones remains, strong as ever. Our friends are safe and happy; we talk about you all of the time...those stories never get old.

Miss you brother, I'll pass your love along

Chief John Stines
Tumwater Police Department

July 15, 2011

Yes my friend, I still call you Hollywood. You are a good man Brian and we all miss you. I don't miss getting spanked by you playing one on one in basketball, but would gladly take the loss everytime just to hang out with you again.
Those of us that knew you have always carried a huge empty space since you left. There is no way to fill that void nor are we even going to try. You were one of a kind young man.
You will always be missed.

"Irish" Mike

Captain Mike McAllister

May 22, 2011


I still can't believe this ever happened. You are loved and missed by many. Jann is as beautiful as ever and misses you so much.

I tell people of "Brian" stories also, especially the one where the soft drink cans were tied to the bumper of that little truck you used to run around in. We did a complete investigation, never came up with any leads ;)

Peace to you my friend,


Deputy Charles LaFountain
Blount County Sheriff's Office, TN - Friend

July 15, 2010

Your heroism and service is honored today, the eleventh anniversary of your death. Your memory lives and you continue to inspire. Thank you for your service. My cherished son Larry Lasater was a fellow police officer who was murdered in the line of duty on April 24, 2005 while serving as a Pittsburg, CA police officer.

Time never diminishes respect. Your memory will always be honored and revered. I pray for the solace of all those who love and miss you for I know both the pain and pride are forever.

Rest In Peace.

Phyllis Loya

Phyllis Loya
mother of fallen officer Larry Lasater

July 15, 2010

Thinking of you and knowing that you were there waiting for your Grandmother who missed you so much. Be at peace and enjoy each other once more.

Never forgotten.


July 2, 2010

Brian you are still missed, you are still thought of often by many, you WILL NEVER be forgotton.


Emory - Arlington, WA
brother of Ferry County WA Undersheriff Matthew J Lane, EOW 5/30/03

December 31, 2009


the law enforcement world was shaken last week beyond belief. the four fallen lakewood officers served as a reminder to me of how fast you too were taken from us. i was honored to have served my time on the road with you and your crew while in everett. i admired and respected you, and how you represented your position as an officer. i have many memories of the times you assisted me willingly, always asking if i needed help. you were a born leader, and would have been a great i watched the memorial today, i felt honored to have served in your memorial 10 years ago, it will never be forgotten. my children, who are no young adults,still have memories of who you are and what you meant to our family. when your supervisor logged you out of service for the last time, i realized i never got to tell you thank you. your legacy will live on forever Brian so " thank you " you are not forgotten. 992/258

richard l walker
epd reserve officer

December 9, 2009

I am proud to have worked with Brian. I had the chance to speak with Brian only an hour before this traffic pursuit he was involved in. When I could not find Brian in the most obvious places, my heart sank. Words can never express the emptiness and helplessness that followed.

That was 10 years ago, but the memory is like it was yesterday. All of us in the business of law enforcement can relate to the difficult incidents we re-live in our memories.

I have often reflected on the motivation, ambition, energy, passion and love for the job that Brian demonstrated. I am sure Brian would have been promoted by this time in his career. He exuded all of the traits a good supervisor would be required to possess.

Thank you, Brian for the time we had together on our team. You have not been forgotten.

Steve Lawson
Arlington, WA

Sgt. Steve Lawson
Everett Police

November 11, 2009

You are remembered everyday for your service. I thank you for everything you have given my home city of Everett. You have moved me to become an officer and I hope one day to give back to you and lateral to the City of Everett in your honor! You are always missed!

Andy Nye
Kootenai County Sheriffs Department

October 1, 2009

Hi Brian,

I have just spent the last hour reading all the wonderful things said about you and how you impacted many peoples lives in the most positive of ways. I currently am on the hiring list for the Everett Police Department, and pray everyday that I get my chance to be a part of this wonderful brotherhood. You have been such an inspiration to me and I can only hope to have the respect and admiration from so many people that you so rightly deserved. Thank you for all you did and the sacrifice that you made to keep our city safe. It would be an honor to wear the same uniform that you so proudly did yourself. Keep watching down on your fellow brothers and sisters, I know you are with each and everyone of them. God bless you and your family, and thank you.

Larry Schulze

September 6, 2009

Hey Brian,

It's been 10 years now big guy and we still miss you bro. I just wanted to let you know that we still remember you and we still appreciate everything you did while you were here with us.

Keep watching over us, we will see you again one day.


July 11, 2009

Happy Birthday!
Here's the thing - even though you would have been 40 today, there's no doubt you'd still only look 25! One of your many gifts!

Has it really been ten years since your last birthday party? So many good friends, good times and great memories. I love to look at the picture of you and Tashi-dog every year at your birthday. It is a beautiful reminder of the passion, spirit and attitude that you brought to my heart and to my life.

Brian Michael - you are missed - but certainly still such an important part of so many lives - not the least of which is mine. I love you.


Officer Meg DiBucci-Nelson
Fiancee - Everett PD

May 27, 2009

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