Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Trooper Robert Perez, Jr.

Ohio State Highway Patrol, Ohio

End of Watch Monday, May 15, 2000

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Reflections for Trooper Robert Perez, Jr.

REST IN PEACE BROTHER

Sgt. Mike Munoz
Perrysburg Township Police

August 4, 2005

Brother,
On behalf of the Men and Women of the Put-in-Bay Police Department thank-you for your service to your State and our Country. Several times a week I pass the memorial for you on I-80 near Sandusky and think of your sacrifice for your fellow man. May God Bless you and your family and may he continue to Bless our great nation The United States of America.

Put-in-Bay Police

Officer
Put-in-Bay Police Department

July 17, 2005

Troop,

Thank you for doing your job. I too work for the OSHP. When you got killed you had only worked for 3 years and I had only worked 3 days for the Patrol. I will never forget the day you got struck I was at work when the TT cam out. I remember thinking what a shame for such a young guy to be hit like that. I remember reading about you in the "Flying Wheel" and thinking how sad it was for your mom to have to go through that.

Anyway, I just wanted to say thanks and I will look you up when I get there.

Rest easy.

Heather
OSHP

July 10, 2005

Rest in peace Trooper Perez. Your dedication and positve mindset helps me everyday that I go to work. I appreciate your service to your state and nation. God bless you and your loved ones, and may I see you in heaven also.

Airman 1st Class Mark Freeman
United States Air Force Security Forces

October 2, 2004

Robert,
Your assistance on traffic stops in our village was greatly appreciated. You faced the ultimate price in protecting the public's safety. We here at GSPD thank you for all of your dedication! As thus I wear your honor band inscribed with you name everyday to show honor to you and your family. God Bless!

Patrolman Sean-Michael Smith
Green Springs Police Department

August 4, 2004

Trooper Perez, rest in peace. Thanks to the ODMP, you will never be forgotten.

"Well done, good and faithful servant!... Come and share your master's happiness." MATTHEW 25:21

Rosa Waters
Mother of Michael Waters
EOW: September 11, 2004

July 6, 2004

Robert:
You are deeply missed in Sandusky County and at
Post 72.

Deputy Jason M. Reel
Sandusky County Sheriff's Office

March 28, 2004

God Bless Trooper Perez.
God Bless Trooper Perez' family.
God Bless the Ohio Highway Patrol

Trooper
New Jersey State Police

March 16, 2004

Rest in peace trooper, we have the watch now.

Senior Trooper
Virginia State Police

September 17, 2003

Trooper Perez was killed two months before my boy was killed while on Duty in Clay Township. We the surivers will all meet in Washington May 15 2001 for Police memorial day. I've never heard nothing but good things about Trooper Perez. I'm
sure his Family feels the loss and sadness that we feel. All Police Officers feel terrible when something like this happens because they know it could of easly been them. They are in a much better place now .Please God help us all get
thru this. Kenny

Deputy Sheriff Kenny Hetrick
Ottawa county Sheriffs Dept

Heartfelt condolences are extended from members of the Sheffield P.D. law enforcement family of Trooper Perez.  While his sacrifice was ultimate, comfort in the knowledge he will be fondly thought of and deepely missed.

Sgt. Mike Reinker
Sheffield Police Dept

you are remebered as a friend an a brother officer. It deeply saddens us all here who know you and remeber your friendship. Rest in peace and God bless.

Woodville Police Dept

To the family of Trooper Perez, I can truely feel your pain, because we also lost our 24 year old son Officer Michael Deno in the line of duty on Feb.29th of this year. He too had a car pulled over, but he was shot in the head by this person. The only way I can make it each day is to remember Mike's smile and his positive attitude. I'm sure our sons want our lives to be meaningfull and continue to be the best people we can be. Please know that our family will be thinking and praying for you. Our sons did not die in vain, they were proud to be policemen and I know they made a difference. We will see them again some day, it has been
promised.

cynithia bonilla
a mother of a slain officer

My condolences to the Perez family for thier lost.Always rember the good times that you have shared with him and rember that he is always watching over you.My prays are with you during this time of sadness.



Scott Gregory Yovan

Amanda's friend



Amanda,



Rember the good times that you and your brother shared with one another and stay strong.My prays are with you.

Scott Gregory Yovan

Be with your brothers my friend.  For your job on this earth has come to an end.  Be with God my young friend.  You are in his arms now.

Anonymous

I started my career llike you did at the Cedar Point Police Department. Before I started each day I used to look at your picture next to my locker and get inspired by you. I never really knew you, but from what I hear you were obssesed with you appearance and the way you did your job, because of this your memory has inspired me to do my job the best I know how. Rest in Peace Brother and may your memory continue to inspire other officers!!

Patrolman Todd Smith
Sandusky Police- Ohio

Thanks Robert for all the good memories that we've had from you. Thanks for been my best friend, and been there for me and my family all the time. I miss you friend. Ally and Kristin miss you too. We got your picture in our livingroom to remember you and honor you for the rest of our life. We are proud of you, and we going to see you again in heaven. Trooper Fontanez and I always remenber you, and we do our ritual coffee time that we used to have. We still drink the coffee but we have one chair empty. We miss you brother and thanks for been my friend. Love you, Miss you, your friend for always Ramon (Ray)

Ramon Perez Jr.

It is a shame that people are reckless drivers and not cautious enough.

Anonymous

Trooper Perez,
I remember the day I heard of the terrible accident that occurred May 12, 2000. I was getting ready to go to work the same place where you too started your career. I was deeply saddened to hear that you might not make it. I prayed everyday for you to get better but the Lord needed you more, he knew he had chosen the best officer.
The day I attended your funeral will be a day forever in my memory. Today and everyday, I go to work at CPPD and look at the wall next to my locker and see your memorial hanging there on the wall. I hope that future officers honor you as I do, knowing that we lost a great friend and an honorable officer.
I did not know you but I wish I had. From what I hear you were one of the best. It is officers like you that make me want to continue my career in this field. Until I see you again "brother," please keep me and all my fellow officers safe from harm.
We all miss you and will always remember you!!!

Ofc. A. S. Dunn-CPPD

Patrolman Andrew S. Dunn
Cedar Point Police Department

To the family of Trooper Robert Perez Jr.

When Trooper Perez died the City of Sandusky all seemed to mourn the death of such a young police officer. In Sandusky we have a Police Memorial that is dedicated to the fallen police officers of Ohio and their families. I hope that no more names have to be added to that memorial or the memorial in Washington D.C. Police officers are to often taken for granted by many but Police officers should not be taken for granted they protect you and me and the cities we live in.

Thank you for dedicating you life Trooper Perez, and trying to keep Ohio safe you have touch so many people even though you didn't know us and we didn't know you i thank you from the bottom of my heart

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