Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Officer Gregg William Winters

Muncie Police Department, Indiana

End of Watch Tuesday, January 8, 1991

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Reflections for Officer Gregg William Winters

I salute you for your service and honor you for your sacrifice.

A hero never dies...

Rest in peace, hero.

December 29, 2004

Just wanted to let you know that our oldest has gotten his first job. He consistently stayed with it and his persistance paid off for he wanted a job at the movie theatre and he finally got hired. It is hard to believe that he is driving and in high school. What is even harder to believe, our baby is now in high school. WOW! So many changes and one forever constant; we miss you, we love you, and we will never forget you. Love, M


June 7, 2004


I never knew you but I know about you through your wife, Molly. She is very proud of you and is very dedicated and determined to see that justice is done. For 13 long years, she has continued to fight for justice so that your death does not go in vain.

It is through the ultimate sacrifice that you made and the ultimate sacrifice that Dan Starnes made, that I had the pleasure of meeting and knowing Molly. Molly is a fighter. She is an inspiration to all other survivors.

Not only is Molly very proud of you, I know that you are watching over her and your children and that you are very proud of them, too.

God bless you, Gregg. You gave your all and you will not be forgotten.

Robin J. Parker
Martinsville, Indiana
Sister-in-law of Sgt. Daniel R. Starnes, Morgan County, IN (eow 7-10-01)

June 7, 2004

Dear Gregg, we received great news Wednesday from the Attorney Generals' office. We are one step closer to justice. The last appeal was upheld by the 7th circuit appeallate court and now the last appeals left for Lambert have to be filed within 30-60 days. Once he has filed his last paperwork, the court system is on a timeline to answer quickly. The AG's office told me justice may be served toward the end of this year. I am elated, yet sad. Why is it in our society, justice takes so long? I miss you Gregg and wonder what life would be like and how it would be different if you were still alive. However, it is only through your death that I have been able to reach out to so many and help to ease their suffering. I only hope that in some small way, I make you proud and you know that through your memory, others will be able to reach out to those in need, and make a difference as well. The boys and I have been blessed and we thank you for sending Darin to us. He is truly a special man. YOu would be so proud of the boys. Both have made the school golf teams and are on the honor roll at school. I ask that you continue to be with us, Gregg, and watch over us each day. We love you and miss you with all of our hearts. M, K, B

April 13, 2004

your funeral was my first officer funeral. Police cars were lined up for miles. Your wife Molly is an inspiration for everyone! Rest in peace...we will never forget you.


April 9, 2004

Gregg...thank you for your service & God bless...from a fellow Hoosier.

Special Agent Dennis Duncan
Norfolk Southern Railway Police

March 13, 2004

It is sad to see only three reflections. Molly, I know you haven't forgotten this terrible loss and now, neither will I. I obviously never knew Gregg but I know the type of person he was becase we wore the same uniform and had, I'm sure, very similiar goals. To serve our community, protect the innocent, and try and provide a future to our family on a civil paycheck. To have it taken in such a cowardly way by something as small as a public intoxication charge.....I have no words to describe it. I am sorry for your loss and hope that time has healed most of the wounds. This reflection will remind me every time I make an arrest, no matter how small the charge seems to be to me, to always make sure my safety comes first. To my fallen brother, I pray that you watch over all of us still walking the thin blue line. May you continue to be a blessing as you watch Heavens front gate. Rest in peace, brother.

Officer TW Jester
Ft Wayne Police Dept.

March 4, 2004

Rest easy, Brother, you've done your part, and we'll remember you for it.

Monroe Co. Sheriff Dept. Bloomington, In.

January 8, 2004

It is going on 13 years and not one day has passed that I do not think of you, miss you, and continue to love you with all of my heart.

Molly Winters

October 6, 2003

Remembering an old friend who was a good father and husband who was taken from us way to soon. I think of you often.

Deputy Sheriff, Ken Moler
Orange County Sheriff's Office

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