Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Master Police Officer III Shelia Dianne Twyman

High Point Police Department, North Carolina

End of Watch Sunday, December 23, 2001

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Reflections for Master Police Officer III Shelia Dianne Twyman

May you rest in Peace. May the Lord comfort your family and friends during these tragic times.
God Bless

Sgt Rex Prince
Tennessee Highway Patrol

I was apart apart of the 24th Basic Law Enforcement Training School at GTCC with Shelia. Shelia was a wonderful human being. She was a great mother, and a great police officer. Shelia was always there to help anyone in need.She will be missed, but she has gone on to greater things. On behalf of the 24th BLET class of GTCC, We salute Shelia Dianne Twyman! Our prayers are with you, and your family. You will be greatly missed. Watch over us, and guide us Shelia, we need you. We will miss you!

Sergeant J.V. Welch
Randolph County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina

God bless this officer and her family. She is a hero not for how she died, but how she lived. Rest in Peace!

Andy
Baltimore City Police

To Master Officer Twyman family and friends, our hearts and prayers go out to you.

God Bless you

Terry Miyares
widow
Officer Emilio Miyares
Hialeah Police Dept, Florida
1959- E/O/W 11-6-86

Terry Miyares,
Hialeah Police Dept. (SOUTH FLORIDA COPS, CHAPTER)

OFFICER TWYMAN: REST IN PEACE
MY HEART GOES OUT TO YOUR FAMILY AND THE HIGH POINT POLICE DEPT.

Anonymous

What a terrible loss for a family being so close to christmas and all. Thank you for your service officer Twyman. May god be with you and your family,

Explorer Justin Betts
Alameda County Sheriff's Office, CA

It is very troubling to read of another officer killed in the line of duty during this holiday season. To Master Officer Twyman's family and fellow officers, I am very sorry for your loss during this otherwise joyful time of the year. You will be in my prayers, thank you for your sacrifice for this nation.

"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God." Matthew 5:9

Explorer Sgt. Patrick Siemon
Baltimore County Police Explorers

In addition to her immediate family, my thoughts and prayers especially go out to Shelia's extended family of public safety personnel who continue to serve and protect the city of High Point. God bless you all.

We are all poorer for her loss.

Elizabeth Barker, Firefighter (Retired)
High Point Fire Dept

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