Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Sergeant Timothy Alan Roy, Sr.

New York City Police Department, New York

End of Watch Tuesday, September 11, 2001

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Reflections for Sergeant Timothy Alan Roy, Sr.

18 years gone in the blink of an eye. Miss your smile, laughter and dancing with Clare to”dashboard lights”. God bless and keep your family.

Captain
Cousin and Godfather.

September 11, 2019

Rest in peace Tim
You'll will never be forgotten...

Ret. Det Vinnie DeQueiroz
NYPD 1985 to 2010

April 14, 2019

Rest in peace Tim
You'll will never be forgotten...

Ret. Det Vinnie DeQueiroz
NYPD 1985 to 2010

April 14, 2019

He is my cousin and his sacrifice is something most couldn't do, he gave his life for others, for new Yorkers, for Americans. It is so sad that he's gone, that they're all gone, but they saved tens of thousands of people, and its thru them and his wife and kids that he lives every day.

Cousin
Cousin

May 14, 2018

Timothy. Gone but never forgotten. 16 years seems like yesterday. Everyday in my thoughts and prayers.

Retired Captain NYS Courts.
Godfather and cousin

September 11, 2017

From Kindergarten through high school we shared many classes together...Timmy always had a hint of mischief in his eye and an impish grin on his face under this incredible mop of hair... God he was such a charming little wise guy! Teachers could never stay mad for long because he really was just a good kid; friends with everyone and funny as hell. Good times my old friend...
May God be with you and your family...

Susan
long-time classmates

May 10, 2017

Today, 09/11/2016 ~ Sergeant Timothy Roy was honored in San Antonio, Texas. Texas State Police Officer Joseph Anthony Zavala carried a placard around his neck 126 floors up the Tower of The America's (two trips up to complete the climb) during the sanantonio110.com annual Memorial climb to honor the Fallen Hero's of 09/11/2001. We shall never forget Sergeant Roy and his sacrifice on that day of infamy. We relay our continued deepest Condolences to his Family and his Department and Division of the NYPD. If the Family would like to have the placard from today, I will be happy to send it to them. I can be contacted through my e-mail.

Agent V Joseph P.T. Reilly
TEXAS STATE POLICE ~ TABC (retired)

September 11, 2016

Thank you for your unselfish sacrifice on that dark day. Rest in Peace, and watch over your family and us. You are not forgotten. Until one day we meet.

N.Y.PD. Lt.(Ret.) Ray Flores

September 11, 2016

I was just thinking about Timmy the other day, and how unfair it was for such a good man to be taken away so early. I knew Timmy when we worked in he 73 pct back in the 80's and despite the death and misery we encountered during those days he always had a smile on his face. Just prior to Sept 11 I met up with Timmy at a detail in the city (I had been transferred for a while) and while all of the other supervisors had their game faces on, Timmy, who had been promoted was the same-ole happy go lucky person that I will always remember him as, joking and laughing. Rest in peace .

Ret-Det. Joseph Costales
NYPD

September 14, 2014

sergeant Roy will forever be remember as the hero he was and still is.

Student, Oscar Bedolla
Mission Hills High School

May 2, 2014

Thinking of you today Boss.......R.I.P.

Brian Stamm
NYPD

September 11, 2013

You, as always are remembered.

Pat
Civilian, Manchester, NH

September 11, 2012

On this 10th Anniversary of the World Trade Center attack, I participated in a memorial parade here in Portland, Maine. Our police and fire departments handed out signs bearing the names of fallen heroes from 9/11. I had the honor of carrying the name of Sergeant Timothy Roy. While watching the NBC national news this evening, they showed his wife and interviewed his son. What a proud moment I felt that I was able to carry his name in honor today.
As a native New Yorker,and having a brother who is a Detective in the NYPD, it was an emotional day to say the least. He was at the site that day participating in the rescue efforts, and for many days and weeks after in the recovery. But my emotions cannot compare to those who lost loved ones that day.
May God bless all of you who keep us safe, and may God bless Sergeant Roy and his family.

Tom Gallagher
Civilian

September 11, 2011

I am a police officer in North Carolina, this morning the local firefighters association put on the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb in the Duke Energy building in uptown Charlotte. We climbed 110 stories (the building is only 50 stories, we climbed it twice then up another 10 stories) The event was only open to local firefighters and police officers, each of us completed the climb in memory of someone who died that day. We were given a badge with the name and picture of that person.

I was given the honor to represent Sgt Timothy Roy whom I have never met. If there is anyone who reads this reflection that knows the family of Sgt Roy or a way to get in touch with his family please email me. I would love to send them my badge.

Thank you and may you rest in peace brother.

Officer M. Reedy
Charlotte-Meckleburg Police Dept

September 11, 2011

You will never be forgotten my friend. Good times had through our lives, Lake George family trips, Front Street, and of course, you and your cousin singing Paradise by the Dashboard Light.... Love you. God Bless.
Suzie Maltby

Friend
Friend

September 11, 2011

Ten years gone but not forgotten. God Bless.

Michael Primrose
cousin

September 11, 2011

Thinking of you today on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and remembering the last time I saw you. We were all having breakfast in Tired John's at Lake George at the end of another great holiday. You were a generous lovely man. xx

ANN & CHRIS CALVERT
FRIENDS

September 10, 2011

It was a privilege to stand and salute you sir on St.Patricks evening 2002, I was 17 years old and it was my first visit to America from Ireland. I felt so overwhelmed to be so close to a true hero. May god bless you and your family, you are all in my prayers.
Go mbeannaí Dia dhuit

Hugh Conaghan

September 13, 2010

It was a privilege to stand and salute you sir on St.Patricks evening 2002, I was 17 years old and it was my first visit to America from Ireland. I felt so overwhelmed to be so close to a true hero. May god bless you and your family, you are all in my prayers.
Go mbeannaí Dia dhuit

Hugh Conaghan

September 13, 2010

Timmy, I think about you often and was reminiscing about you yesterday with another classmate. I pray for you, your fallen brothers of the NYPD and FDNY, and your families. You are truly a hero!! God Bless you! Irene

Irene Shanley
Former Classmate

September 10, 2010

Your sacrifice will never be forgotten. God bless you and God bless America.

Miranda

September 11, 2009

I am forever in debt to the 23-37 and the 343. Your sacrifice has not been forgotten. You are a true hero, Thank you for your service Sir.

Deputy and Firefighter
Glades County, Florida

September 11, 2009

Tim

Eight years since you made the ultimate sacrifice. Your heroic actions are not forgotten.

DETECTIVE PATRICK DONOHUE
NYPD

September 11, 2009

You are not forgotten...thank you

Anonymous

September 11, 2009

Sgt. Roy,
Sir, on today the 8th anniversary of your death I would just like to say thank you to you and all your fellow LEO's who were also killed that day for your service and sacrifice for our Country. And to your family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

R.I.P.
USBP

Anonymous

September 11, 2009

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