Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Deputy Sheriff Saul Gallegos

Chelan County Sheriff's Office, Washington

End of Watch Thursday, June 26, 2003

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Reflections for Deputy Sheriff Saul Gallegos

If there is anything in this tragedy to be thankful for, there is the fact that the man was finally caught. To the family, friends and co-workers of Deputy Gallegos, I'm so sorry. May God bless and comfort you. May his four sons never forget that their daddy was a true hero.

Jamie Johnson, surviving sister of
Officer Jon Cook
San Francisco Police Dept.

Saul will be missed, his quiet easy demeanor smoothed many situations without effort.
I am very greatful the Memorial celebrated both of his cultures. I can see now where his quiet strength comes from, his brother and sister represented the family with honor and grace.
To Maria and their boys, please always know you have an extended family with the Sheriffs Office....

Monica Dorsey, Dispatcher
Chelan CO SO

I was so sorry to read about Deputy Gallegos in the information that was disseminated to our agency because we are still feeling the loss of one our good ones here at VBPD.

I hope his family can find some comfort in knowing it takes a very special person to do this type of job and be proud of the difference he made.

To his fellow officers be encourgaged in continuing the fight for if it were not for you to do your bit in fighting evil then society would not be fit for civilized people to live in.

Rest in peace Deputy Gallegos!


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