Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Deputy Sheriff Donald Lee Mauldin

Pinal County Sheriff's Office, Arizona

End of Watch Saturday, August 24, 2002

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Reflections for Deputy Sheriff Donald Lee Mauldin

Thank you! You will not be forgotten.

August 24, 2005

The third anniversary is here for your family and close friends. I know the pain and suffering is still in their hearts. You suffered so long and were finally called home, you paid your dues here on this earth. Keep watch over your family and try and ease their grief, also watch over all those still out on patrol and protect them.

Robert Gordon, father of fallen officer Michael P. Gordon, EOW: 8/8/04

Robert Gordon, Asst. Chief, Retired
Riverside PD, IL

August 23, 2005

You made the Ultimate of Ultimate sacrifices and your place of honor in Heaven is your reward.
PS: Joey is still crazy!

Belia Fessenden-Retired #112
Pinal County SO, retired

July 3, 2005

I'll never forget the good times at Globe P.D. and Gila County S.O. You were a good friend and I miss you.

Sgt. Richard Lopez
Riverside Sheriff's Department (CA)

December 20, 2004

May we never forget this Great Warriors sacrifice...For the pain and suffering he and his Family, and His Fellow Officers endured for so long. May they all have Peace in their Hearts. Rest in Peace Deputy Mauldin..

Officer Debra McFall Ross
East Buffalo Twp P.D. Lewisburg, Pa.

August 24, 2004

I knew Mr. Mauldin after his injury was sustained, as I am an employee of the facility where he was staying. Mr. Mauldin made everyone who knew him laugh. He made our day brighter and made me realize not to take life for granted. I spent the last weeks with this kind and gentle soul and have missed him and his smile greatly. Mr Mauldin was trying to make our steets safer when this happened.TO ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT....Thank you for putting your lives on the line everyday to help make this world a better place to live.


January 2, 2004

It was an honor to serve with you!
I miss the visits at the hospital with you, but I know you have to rest now. Good-Bye brother.

Deputy Todd Englin
Pinal County Sheriff's Office,Az

December 7, 2003

I was saddened to hear about the death of Deputy Mauldin.
I remember the day it happened like it was yesterday. At the time of the incident, I was an Explorer with the Sheriff Department in the Hotel/India districts. I remember listening to the scanner and hearing the series of events take place over the radio. My heart sank when I found out exactly what happened. My GOD bless you Don as you watch over us in Heaven. My GOD also bless his family and friends as they suffered so much during the past 10 years.

Ex-Pinal County Explorer #104
Hotel/India Districts

Telecommunication Specialist First Class
U.S. Coast Guard

You passing away has saddened all of us "old "timers" that had the honor of working along side of you. What a traumatic event that cost you your life. I hate to think about it, but I mourned your death when your life was actually taken 9 years ago. You have suffered greatly in the state of mind you remained in, all these years. But now your body and spirit are in Heaven, and you're back to patrol with the best of the best. Rest in Peace brother.

Belia Fessenden

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