Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Deputy Sheriff Billy Ray Walls, III

Jessamine County Sheriff's Department, Kentucky

End of Watch Tuesday, November 13, 2001

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Reflections for Deputy Sheriff Billy Ray Walls, III

Billy, I retired August 1st after 22 years. Thinking of you always.

Steve Martin
Formerly OPD 181

November 14, 2018

Thinking of you today and everyday buddy

Casey Wilson K-9 21
Retired LMPD

November 13, 2018

We will never forget!

Tammy Durham
Dispatcher

November 13, 2018

17 years. Every detail of that day is etched in my memory.
Reflecting back to UKPD Dispatch where the dreams were nurtured. You had that drive and enthusiasm, we all knew you were determined and focused but what impressed me was your humble spirit. We both had setbacks but never wavered in the quest for a career in LE.
As I approach the end of my career, I know you were watching from Heaven, stay with me Billy on the home stretch!
NEVER FORGOTTEN...

Officer JVicki Jackson
FCPS Police Dept

November 13, 2018

Another year and it feels like yesterday. Keeping your family in our prayers and thoughts. Think of you every day and will never forget your service to the citizens of Jessamine County.

Mickey Houston
Jessamine County E-911

November 11, 2018

Missing you today Billy. Still like taking a knife to the heart brother thinking you are gone. All the times missed hanging together. Have two little girls aged 4 and 7. Tell them all about you. Miss your quick smile, whit, sense of humor, strength. The world lost a fine man and me a friend. Keep you in my thoughts, always. Pray for your daughter as well.

Jason Hammonds
Childhood Friend

October 25, 2018

Miss you man!

Casey Wilson
Louisville Metro Police

November 13, 2017

Remembering. We will never forget.

Anonymous

November 13, 2017

Billy,

Thinking of you, your wife, and daughter. You were one of the really good guys.

Ian Roper

July 5, 2017

Billy just thinking of you and your family!!! My God Bless All of you!!!!

Tim Dries

April 21, 2017

Billy,

15 years brother. Sometimes seems like an eternity, others an instant. When I was told the world stopped and it never turned the same again. Think of you every day. Whenever I see a Peace Officer, Squad Car, think of the outdoors, our time together as young-ens, the CAP, playing hoops, goofing around, the way you always looked out for me...

Miss you Bill. Honestly, you live on inside me and are an integral part of the man I aim to be. Honesty, integrity, spirit, commitment, humor. That smile never really has gone anywhere brother. You left too soon Billy.

Love ya.

Jason Hammonds
Asst Professor Cincinnati Children's

November 21, 2016

762,
It's hard to believe today makes fifteen years you we lost you. It never really gets any easier thinking about it. Hope to see Prissy and Kaley later today. Rest easy Brother!! -775

John Ballard - Retired
Lancaster Police / Jessamine Sheriff

November 13, 2016

Well Billy Class 253 made it to 20 years! It's hard to believe it has gone by so fast! Thanks for watching over us Billy!!!!

K-9 Officer Casey Wilson
Louisville Metro Police Department

November 13, 2016

Brother it's been 15 years today and yes it still feels like yesterday. I think about you almost every day, and make sure that every Dispatch class at DOCJT hears your story. Miss the days of sitting at Asbury drinking coffee and sharing stories.

Assistant Chief (Retired) Chad Powell
Harrodsburg Police

November 13, 2016

Still think of you everyday. Continue to protect those who followed in your footsteps. You and Chuck will never be forgotten.

Mickey Houston
Jessamine County E-911

November 12, 2016

Every single time an officer loses his life, I think of you. Of that day. Of how it affected everyone. RIP Billy.

Jennie Broady

March 21, 2016

14 years......seems like yesterday. We will never forget. God continue to bless your family and just know that not a day goes by that you and Chuck aren't on our minds.

Mickey Houston
Jessamine County E-911

November 14, 2015

Miss you Billy!!!!

K-9 officer Casey Wilson
Louisville Metro Police Department

November 13, 2015

Wow 14 years miss you buddy.

B. Bentley S.O.S.

November 13, 2015

You were on my mind last night and first thing this morning. Very strange thing happened while I was leaving this your wedding song Amazed by Lonestar just came on the radio!

K-9 Officer C.Wilson
Louisville Metro Police Dept.

November 13, 2014

Thinking of you today.......and always.

Mickey

November 13, 2014

Thinking of you today Brother.

John Ballard
Jessamine Sheriff/Lancaster Police-Retired

November 13, 2014

I WORK WITH BILLY AT WILMORE POLICE BILLY HAD NO FEAR TO THE POINT I THOUGHT HE WAS CRAZY AT FIRST BUT THEN I LEARNED HE DAMN SURE HAD YOUR BACK.

kenny hall PATROLMAN
WILMORE POLICE

October 25, 2014

I can't tell you how long it has been since I last visited this site. However I can honestly say that not many days go by that I dont think of you. I think of the short time he had with us and the huge impact you made while here. You left a wonderful legacy that will last a long time. To Carolyn, Prissy and Kaley I hope that the passing of time has allowed your hearts to heal. Love you and miss you Billy.

Highest respect,
Uncle Doug

Doug Walls
uncle

February 7, 2014

I miss you Bill. Not a day goes by when I don't see your smile. What I wouldn't give to pick up the phone and hear your voice on the other end. How many times have I wished I could've used some advice for life's challenges. How I regret not spending more time with you when I had the chance. Bill taught me what loyalty really meant. Bill was my best friend growing up and the best friend I ever had or will ever had. Too early pal. Way too early.

I have a picture in my office of Auxier Ridge in the Red River Gorge. How many time had we crossed through that area??? Best times of my life. Everyday I can see your smile and it gives me strength. When confronted with a challenging decision I ask myself what would Bill have done??? His character was above reproach and his love filled all of us with joy.

Miss you brother. See you someday in heaven brother.

Jason Hammonds
Asst Professor Pediatrics; Emory School of Medicine

January 17, 2014

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