Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Trooper Nikky Joe Green

Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Oklahoma

End of Watch Friday, December 26, 2003

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Reflections for Trooper Nikky Joe Green

I had the opportunity of giving a speech about you in my college speech class. It was an honor to talk about you and inform my classmates about the difference you made in Law Enforcement

Whitney

November 18, 2005

Nik,
I had the honor of attending your funeral, representing the men and women of the Maine State Police. At your funeral, you were honored as a trooper, praised as a man and loved as a father, husband and friend. As the pastor said about you and your life at your service, "Nikky Green got it".
During our brief stay in Oklahoma, myself and the two other troopers from Maine made friendships with troopers from your department that will last a lifetime. You would of been proud of how the word "brotherhood" is alive and well in the state of Oklahoma. I only wished I had the chance to meet you.
Keep a watchful eye over your brother and sister troopers and police officer in Oklhoma.
Sincerely,
Your brother trooper in the East.
Sgt. Mike Edes
MESP
President, Maine State Troopers Assoc.

Sgt Mike Edes
Maine State Police

November 8, 2005

You may be gone, but you are not forgotten.

October 19, 2005

I pray the Lord Jesus Christ is with you during this time of loss, sorrow and grief. Keep your faith in Jesus Christ and He will see you through.

Rev. Don Spitz
Pro-Life Virgina

October 16, 2005

To Nik- I miss you every single day. You were as much a dad and a brother to me as you were a best friend and now an angel. I know you are watching out for me every time I put my foot down on the accelerator. You always used to joke about me speeding to church when i was running late. i love you.
To Linda and the girls- you ladies are an inspiration. Linda, you have been so strong and for some reason, everyone was crying on your shoulder rather than you on theirs. You are truly my hero. Cortni and Brooklyn- look out for your sister. Let her know what a wonderful man your father was and help fill in the memories that she missed out on. I love you gilrs.

Kayla Griner

October 11, 2005

I never knew you, but you were, and still are, an inspiration to my father, who is a law enforcement officer. You were a man of courage. Rest in Peace.

Whitney

October 7, 2005

I lit a candle for you on your birthday Nik.Micheal and I miss you.

Frank Watson
City of Grandfield

October 3, 2005

Today we should be celebrating your 37th Birthday! But for some reason GOD gave us different plans! It is somtimes confusing why he works the way he does! But if there is one thing I have learned from you its that God doesn't put us through anything we can't handle and if and when we have trouble he will help us! I can't believe that in two months it will be two years since your duty on earth was complete! I have a picture of you, Linda and the girls in my truck! I put it there becuase I am in it everyday and everyday I see you and I know you are protecting not only me, but everyone that knows you! You left a legacy and everyday I thank God that I was apart of that. I remember being a small child saying "Well, my cousin is a policeman" to now, when I say "My cousin is a HERO, watching down on me." I know that your legacy will never be forgotten, because you have 3 beautiful girls, and hundreds of people continuosly bring up memoeries and the best times they had with you.
Thank you God for giving my the oppertunity of knowing Nik not only as a cousin, but as a CHRISTIAN! and God Please continue to help each and every person cope with our loss. Its been two years but sometimes it feels like the first day!
I love you Nikky!!

Victoria Morlaes,
Cousin
Devol, OK

October 1, 2005

as new additions to police work we were not fortunate enough to have met or known nik...however as we sit here and read these reflections we are grately moved by the love and the respect expressed for this man. what moves us the most are the reflections left by people, like us, who never had the privilage of knowing nik...it makes you stop and realize that you touch so many lives and never know...nik's family should be proud that he touched so many people in such a wonderful way!

crissi and kerri
ccso

September 30, 2005

My brother in brown, I didnt know you but i grieve for you, and your family. I am so sorry!

retired trooper Don Hanley
OHP

September 25, 2005

20 months and 18 days and it still hurts. Your family misses you!

September 13, 2005

Nik,
As I set here reading all of the reflections left, I realize, if it wasn't for you, I would not be a Law Enforcement Officer. You taught me alot while I was in the academy and I don't know if I would have made it without the personal guidance I recieved from you outside the scope of your teaching material. Thank You for everything you done for me and everyone else,through Law Enforcement and spiritually.
Linda and the kids,
Please allow me to thank You for your understanding of what Nik done for work. If it had not been for the understanding then he would not have been able to teach so many others like myself and help to better the world,if not through him, through his teachings as a minister as well as law. I was in the reserve class that had just graduated when GOD said it was time for Nikky to come home. I would like to send my love and honor to you and you children. Please know that your husband and father is one of the best men ever to walk the face of the earth.

My prayers are always with the four of you........

Deputy Terry Boucher
Leflore County Sheriff's Department

September 11, 2005

YESTERDAY IS HISTORY, TOMORROW IS A MYSTERY AND TODAY IS A GIFT.

REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND. I SALUTE YOU! MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOUR FAMILY. I THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE. A TRUE HERO INDEED.

TO MRS GREEN AND CHILDREN: PLEASE STAY STRONG. THE LORD AND YOUR HERO HUSBAND AND FATHER ARE WATCHING OVER YOU TO KEEP YOU SAFE. YOU ARE IN MY PRAYERS. IT TOUCHED ME SO DEEPLY WHEN I READ THAT NIK WAS SURVIVED BY HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN, AND A FOSTER CHILD. WHAT A GREAT COUPLE YOU ARE. YOU HAVE TOUCHED ALOT OF LIVES, INCLUDING MINE! GOD BLESS YOU.

JIM SWEENEY
A FRIEND TO ALL PEACE OFFICERS

August 27, 2005

Well Nik my dream of being accepted to the OHP Academy has finally come true. I know that you have been helping me all this time. I also know that the real work has only just begun. With you and God by my side I know that I will not fail. More Importantly, My relationship with God is growing stronger everyday. Thank you for setting the standard on how life should be lived.

August 9, 2005

I attended Evans family reunion today Aug-6-05 in Indiana. My cousin Sam had on a T-shirt that was beautiful; the writing on the front and the back honored God and an officer as well--Nik Green.
He thought a lot of the man who he knew as a pastor as well as a police officer. He spoke about how the youth numbers grew because Nik Green got them to come in and learn to live for Christ. I told him I wanted to search for Nik Green on the internet when I got home. I am so glad I did.
In my heart I feel that I read people's memories of a very special Christian man.

Marlene White
My cousin spoke highly of him today.

August 7, 2005

Nikky,
I thought I'd finally know what to say, but words have once again failed me. I'm still broken-hearted, but I know you're enjoying your new duty assignment. I want you to know I'm looking after your brothers here as best as I am able.

dispatcher

July 31, 2005

I had the honor of helping at Nik's funeral, and I thank Mr Phillip Hart at Hart Wyatt Funeral Home in Walters Ok. He did an outstanding job in efforts to help his family, I feel a better job could not have been done, Thanks for all you did. I was a lifelong friend of Nik's, I did not know of this site until now, I went to school with Nik at BP and UCO, and have known him all his life. My Dad married Nik and Linda, He also led Nik to the lord, and was part of his funeral service. I knew Niks Grandparents, parents and his whole family. He was a great man! One of the True Heroes I have ever known. I always looked up to him and respected him. I have read all these pages about him and cried, I could not do that at the time of his death, but now tears have just poured. His funeral was the most impressive I have ever seen. The love for Nik will last forever. He went to HEAVEN a Shouting. To Nik's Family, his Mom whom Ive known all my life, and Linda and the kids, God Bless you. Always remember He is having a great time with our LORD and Saviour, and we will see him again. Thanks for all you have done #198, We will always love you. Jay Ritter

Jay P. Ritter
A lifelong friend

July 25, 2005

I miss you. The trial is finally over. I know you were there with us I felt it and know it. I really thought maybe the pain would be less now that your killer's fate is sealed, but you know it still hurts just as bad. Not a day passes I don't think of you. Love ya.....forever

July 16, 2005

Nikky,
I just wanted to say that even though I never had the pleasure of meeting you, I still feel like I know you in some way. It's funny how you can miss someone you never met. I never knew you were out there, but now that I know you're not, it's like there is a void.
I'm sorry that you lost your life in such a senseless act. Just know that all of us still out here have not, and will not forget you. We know that you are in heaven helping us fight the good fight.
Thank you Nikky, for all that you did, and still do for us.
God Bless your family.

MPO. L. Ballinger
Kiefer Police Dept. Ok.

June 21, 2005

The Judge today formally handed down the sentence of death today. Rest in peace.

June 16, 2005

Ricky Malone was sentenced to death today, 5/19/05, for the murder of Trooper Nikky Green.

May 19, 2005

NIK IT HAS BEEN ONE DAY SINCE THEY CONVICTED THE MAN OF MURDER THAT TOOK YOUR LIFE. I HOPE YOU ARE DOING WELL WITH OR LORD AND SAVOR. BUDDY I PRAY FOR LINDA AND THE GIRLS ALL THE TIME. EVERYTHING IS GOING THE WAY YOU WOULD WANT IT TO GO. LINDA I HOPE YOU GET SOME SORT OF PEACE AFTER COURT IS OVER, I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER THE TIMES I ATE IN THE EARLY MORNINGS WITH M-198. THAT WAS A SAD DAY WHEN HE LEFT TO GO TO LAWTON BUT HE WAS A GOOD MAN AND THEY NEEDED HIM. LINDA MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND THE GIRLS GOD BLESS

May 18, 2005

I wanted to update everyone who visits this website.. A guilty verdict of Murder in the 1st Degree was handed down on May 17th.


Lawton Police Department

May 18, 2005

Nik i never really got a chance to say hello but just the pure memories showed me how great of a person you were. You were a man of God, and a trooper, always there to protect and serve, and you did that job to the highest way possible. You have inspired me to become a trooper, and believe me, your memory will live on. I know you are with Jesus right now and i can't wait to see you when I go to my real home in Heaven. God bless your family, God bless the OHP and every other law enforcement agency. I will never forget you.

One life you touched

May 13, 2005

Trooper Green was a great man and had a big impact on my decision to be a police officer. When I was about 16 I met him and sat and listened to stories of his life as a trooper. He will be missed and honored by me displaying a sticker reading in memory of trooper Nik Green on the rear window of my car

Officer Robert Shaw
Watonga Police Dept

March 29, 2005

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