Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Stephen Patrick Driscoll

New York City Police Department, New York

End of Watch Tuesday, September 11, 2001

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Reflections for Police Officer Stephen Patrick Driscoll

Officer Driscoll,
On today, the 20th anniversary of your death I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for the citizens of New York City and our Country as well. Not just as a Police Officer but also when you served with the USN. And to your Family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

Fair Winds And Following Seas

United States Border Patrol

September 11, 2021

I will never forget you my friend, and your selfless action to save others. Brett

Brett Kulbis
Fellow U.S. Navy Seabee

September 10, 2021

I cannot say enough or offer enough tears or emotions for the numerous, numerous amazing men and women who gave so selflessly and heroically that day and for still many, the numerous days that followed over the numerous years to come. On this 19th anniversary of one of the deadliest days for American law enforcement I'd like to say to you all thank you, God Bless you and rest in peace always knowing that your service and sacrifice will never, ever be forgotten by your law enforcement brethren.

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

September 11, 2020

Stephen I think of you often. You are not forgotten you will be happy to know the FOP lodge 704 in your name has been going strong since 911 you were a good man and a better brother-in-law . I wish you were around to have more time together and to be able to bounce life’s issues off of you. You were always a good voice of reason. Secure those gates up in heaven

Sgt. John Tierney NYPD (ret.)

August 12, 2020

On Sept 20, 2019 the 10th Annual ODriscoll USA clan gathering will be held at the Irish Cultural Center in Canton, Massachusetts where we will honor and remember all of the Firefighters, Police and victims of 9/11, but specifically will focus on those who share our name . RIP sir, your job is done.

Retired Capt Walter A Barndt
City of WPB Fire Rescue

September 11, 2019

God bless and keep you, Stephen. I wear a memorial bracelet bearing your name every September 11th, and hang it on my Christmas tree every year. You exemplified what the title “Hero” actually means. Thank you for your service, Stephen, you will not be forgotten. Your sister in Law Enforcement.

Deputy Charlotte Miller
Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Department, Albuquerque NM

September 11, 2019

Stephen you will never be forgotten, tomorrow will be another 9/11 anniversary and I will where my PO Driscoll 9/11 memorial baseball hat that I only where once a year and the rest of the time it hangs proudly in my house. I hope people ask me about you so I can tell them what a good man we lost 9/11/01. To my friend and brother in blue you will never be forgotten.

Sgt. Michael Conti
MTAPD {retired}

September 10, 2019

Today I walk in honor of YOU! Even tho we never met, I honor the sacrifice you made to save so many others on that terrible day. I have not forgotten and now I will not forget you. From one New Yorker to another, God Bless your memory always.


September 8, 2019

Rest In Peace! You brought me into this world and I forever thank you for that. Thank you for giving me My brother Barry.


September 28, 2018

I was in the Academy with Steve in 1992 (I was in 92-28 with his friend Jeff Miller). I wasn't close to Steve, but I remember him as a good man, fun, full of life. I think of him often sinse 9/11 especially. Could have been me. He made a difference. He did! We should all be that fortunate. But God help and save his family. Our families. It is difficult for the ones left behind.

P.O. Hatfield
NYPD 26 Pct (Class 92-28)

June 4, 2018

I purchased a flag today at a 9/11 memorial service. It had your name, age and where you gave the ultimate sacrifice. I looked you up on google because I wanted to know more. Thank you for your service, Sir. God bless you and your family. God bless your son, Barry, who joined law enforcement to protect and serve also.

Cindy Brost

September 11, 2017

Thank you for your ultimate sacrifice, you are never forgotten. I walked in your honor today at the first ever 9/11 Stair Climb in New Mexico.

Natalie Spruell
Wife of a Farmington, NM Police Officer

September 9, 2017

Thinking of you and your sacrifice today Steve as I always do on 9/11. So glad I got to know you on yor trips to Boston.

Sgt. Ron Pirrello
Boston PD

September 11, 2015

Because of you I joined the Marine Corps to avenged what they did to you and our nation on that dreadful will forever be in my heart, I will see you again brother...Semper Fi!

Cpl Ritchie Baylan

May 28, 2014

Thinking of you today Stevie........RIP

Brian Stamm

September 11, 2013

It's been 12 years Steve Rest in Peace my friend

PO Greg Durand
Town of Highlands Police NY (RET NYPD)

September 11, 2013

I wear a bracelet with your name on it everyday. Your bravery and selflessness to do the job you were called to do will never be forgotten.
Rest easy officer...we'll take it from here.

Paige Batchelor / Telecommunications
Central Dispatch (Nederland, Port Neches, Groves PD, Fire, and EMS)

September 11, 2013

You are as always remembered

Civilian, Manchester, NH

September 11, 2012

To the Driscoll Family,

Years have gone by and on this 9-11 day as well as many in the past years,I reflect on the time I spent with Steve during my years with the Street Crime Unit. He was an excellent individual and a true hero. I have never forgotten that day nor will I ever forget Stephen as well as Firefighter Teddy White.My thoughts and prayers go out to your family as well as All Families that were affected that day.

Ret. NYPD Officer Chris Pia
Street Crime RET./Dorchester County Detention S.C.(Sgt.)

September 11, 2012

Steve we wont ever forget.
We met when we served on the board of the New York Shields. You were an inspiration and and example to many. We never forgot those families and we will never forget yours.
The week that we got to serve together during my rotation through the " A " team was one of the best weeks of my career.
11 years ago, that was a terrible day for so many, and we will never know how many you were able to save because you had no quit in you, and it was always about others.
You were taken from us way too soon, but your memory and heart for others will live on forever. We love you bro.
Thank you Steve. Rest well.

Sgt John.L Heine ( ret )
NRPD, New York Shields

September 11, 2012

10 years ago the department I worked for ordered memorial bracelets. I received one with your name on it. In the last couple of days I been thinking about what has happened sent you left us. You left a son behind,my son was an infant and is now 10 years old. I now have 2 other children and 2 stepchildren. What a tragedy that you couldn't be here to watch him grow up. Bin Laden has been taken care of and that is supposed to be a bit of comfort for everyone. I pray for your family that they remember all the good times they had with you instead of your ultimate sacrifice.
Rest in peace dear brother. We'll continue to take care of things down here.
I'm only a dispatcher...but losing an officer is like losing a brother to me also.
God Bless your family and brothers at NYPD.

P.B. - Dispatcher
NPD-Central Dispatch,Texas

September 11, 2011

I remember like everyone else the 1st day of high school was a very SCARY day.And the first day the 1st person I met was you.

We were such close freinds and we did everything together.
30 years later I still remember your humor.

And I thank you for the SACRIFICE you gave.

brian donohue CIVILIAN

June 11, 2011

Steve it's been 9 years and your always on my mind The 6 months we spent in the academy toghter in the same company were some of the best times I had.. Miss You your in my thoughts and prayers..
PO Greg Durand SSB/FSD NYPD Academy Class 92-21

PO Greg Durand

September 11, 2010


Eight years since you made the ultimate sacrifice. Your heroic actions are not forgotten. I cherish the Stephen Driscoll MVP trophy I won at the Freedom Bowl in 2004


September 11, 2009

You are not forgotten...thank you


September 11, 2009

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