Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Master Sergeant Stanley W. Talbot

Illinois State Police, Illinois

End of Watch Saturday, June 23, 2001

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Reflections for Master Sergeant Stanley W. Talbot

Rest in peace Master Sergant Talbot.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

July 1, 2021

Twenty years ago you were taken from us. We still miss you, Stan. We think of you every time we cross the M/Sgt. Stanley Talbot Memorial Bridge. Rest in Peace, my friend.

Retired M/Sgt. Jane Walters
Illinois State Police

June 23, 2021

Stan you will never be forgotten!!! RIP brother. You would be so proud of your kids!! The legacy continues!!

Lt. Kevin Winslow
Illinois State Police

June 23, 2021

Thank you for your service and know that your sacrifice will never be forgotten. Rest in peace always.

Detective Cpl/3 Steven Rizzo
Delaware State Police (Retired)

June 23, 2020

19 years.
So much has changed; the world didn't stop.
So much never will change; hearts still ache, tears still fall, emptiness remains.
Yet, despite the loss you- your memory- still bring smiles and laughter.
You live on.

ISP D07

June 22, 2020

Stanley, thank you for your sacrifice and service. We will never forget you.

Trooper A.M. Unal
Illinois State Police

April 19, 2020

Stan, worked with you and laughed with you, and was very saddened at your passing. You were the first officer ever, in my rookie first call for assistance, to back me up. And a few times after that, just in case I needed assistance, even after you had gone to plain clothes investigation. Miss you.

Captain Jim Thomas, Ret.
IDNR Conservation Police

June 24, 2019

Where has the time gone? I visited the Police Memorial several years ago and located your name. This brought a flood of memories rushing in------------R.I.P my friend.

Ray Holman---Retired Deputy Chief
Canadian Pacific Rail Police

June 24, 2019

I just read about you today, and I wanted you to know you are not forgotten. You died trying to protect US from drunk drivers.

I am even more sad and angry that the Offender only only spent 4 years in prison.

Your life was worth a hell of a lot more than that.

Please watch over your brother Officers and your son, who I read is on the job.

God speed

Detective and brother Officer
Chicago Police

February 1, 2019

Rest in peace.

Lt. Jim Russo

June 24, 2018

Uncle Stan, how you are missed every day. Things would be so different if you were still here! So many great memories! Love you and miss you!
Nikki Dawn

Nikki
Uncle

June 23, 2018

17 years goes by in the blink of an eye...and feels like an eternity simultaneously. You are sorely missed.

Anonymous

June 23, 2018

Stan, you were the greatest friend I could have ever asked for. Hard to believe it has been 17 years. I still relive that phone call often. RIP brother. You are missed and will never be forgotten.

Det. Charles Hauman
Rock Island P.D. (ret)

June 23, 2018

15 years. Unbelievable. You are greatly missed, everyday.

1989

June 24, 2016

It's been fifteen years now, Stan. I not only liked you as a friend and co-worker, but admired so many things about you.

Crime Scene Investigator Tom Merchie
Illinois State Police - CSSC

June 23, 2016

You are always on my mind. Miss you.

Ladonna Talbot

June 23, 2016

Stanley
Thanks you old friend we spent many hours together in Monee and I 57 I will never forget you old buddy. Thanks for the good times. We had had a blast. You will forever be a friend.
Sgt. Terry Lamastus Steger PD retired

Rey. Sgt. Terry Lamastus
Steger PD Ret.

May 31, 2016

I traveled to Washington DC for the National Police Memorial Events. I stopped by and saw your name. We left an ISP patch next to it and took a picture for your Son and Daughter.

District 7/17 Commander Jon Dively
Illinois State Police

May 17, 2016

My love for you has not diminished. I think of you every day. Remembering you on your special day. Miss you and Love you
Ladonna

Ladonna

August 26, 2015

I came by to say hello from my family. My dad, Larry, think and speaks of you often. With Bruce Hall passing last week, I'm sure the Miller and stories were flowing.

Pete Miles
Son of retired Trooper Larry Miles #1594

June 23, 2015

Stanley,
Just a note to let you know you are thought of frequently and the good times live on. Dennis and I got together in May and along with the cigars and Miller Lite came the "Stanley" stories. You meant so much to so many people and that still continues.
Rest in Peace my Brother Rest in Peace.

Detective Charles Hauman
Rock Island Police Dept. (Ret)

June 23, 2015

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
Texas

June 23, 2015

Just wanted to stop and leave a reflection on your page...

Yesterday your daughter came to support my son as he graduated college with his Criminal Justice Degree... like your daughter... my son is following his father's footsteps into a law enforcement career... It truly meant the world to us all... Although I never met you... I believe that you met my husband as he did an internship with your department a year before his death... that connection was felt...

Thank you for your service... and your daughter's service... and continue to watch over us all...

Jen Morales
Surviving Spouse of Marlon Morales, Metro Transit PD, EOW 6/16/2001

May 10, 2015

Stan - So many times I have thought about you. Many times I have seen your name on the Law Enforcement Memorial at the State Capitol. You were always so kind to me and a great friend. There has never been an officer like you. I have mentioned you many times to new officers that I had met at my store. Thanks for being a great friend. Miss you.

Private Citizen - Shirley A. Fitzgerald
LEA collegue

March 27, 2015

After reading about another officer cut down in his prime, I thought about you Stan. All of my memories are good ones! You were the anchor for District 7 and things have never been the same since you left us. The parties, the Old Timer's softball games - all bring back smiles and laughter! There is rarely a gathering of Troopers that doesn't have at least one "Stan" story! Thanks for the memories! Miss you.

anonymous

March 4, 2015

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