Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Lieutenant Monica Carey

Clayton Police Department, North Carolina

End of Watch Friday, September 14, 2001

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Reflections for Lieutenant Monica Carey

I first came to know Monica (Williams) Carey when she was a cadet with the Wilminton Police Dept. in 1985. Back then she was spunky and went out of her way to help the officers she worked with always with a smile. I watched as she grew up in the department and went on to become a well respected Sergeant with Carolina Beach Police Dept. She was very excited about her job and put everything she had into her work and her family. Even after moving to Clayton PD, I would still hear stories through her and her husband about how she loved police work. Monica will always be in our thoughts, and her family in our prayers. Monica will be missed by all that knew her. She may be gone, but never forgotten.

Sgt. O. M. Blanton
Wilmington Police Department

Family and Friends - The words "I am sorry" are just not enough to convey the sadness I feel for you. I will pray that God will give you peace and comfort as you get through each day and night.

Cathy Hill, Widow
Harris County Sheriff's Department, TX


We will always remember you and keep you in our hearts. I love you and miss you much. God bless you and all the courage and strength you have put into our family. I will always remember our special outings and all the talks we had. I love you and miss you so very much.

Love always, your cousin

P.S. You'll be in my heart forever.

My deepest condolences to Lt. Carey's family, friends and colleagues. I never knew Lt. Carey but I'm sure I know why she went out to do the job she did every day. The thin blue line is a little thinner as a result of her loss but now she watches over us as she walks a beat on heaven's streets. Godspeed, Monica.

Officer Donna C. Hillier
Purdue University Calumet Police Department - Hammond, IN

Please, accept in the name of my wife Aleidy and myself, our deepest sympathies and condolences in the death of Lt. Carey. May God have mercy upon her soul and grant His consolation to her family, friends and coworkers.
Frank A. Piloto, Jr.
Retired, Deputy Sheriff (1973-2000)

Frank A. Piloto, Jr., Retired
Miami Dade Police Dept., Retired

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