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 grew up in Oklahoma for most of my life I always respected the officers of law enforcement. You were only doing your job not only patroling Oklahoma's Highways but you put your life on the line in order to protect and to serve the people of Oklahoma. Rest now in peace, God is with you at all times in all places.

Russell Rogers

April 19, 2004

Nikky,

I have come to this site time and time agian and I still can't find the right words to describe how awsome of a man you really are. I will always charish the long talks we had while holding DL checks and the advise you gave me when I was looking to get married. I will never forget you nikky Green. Nik, if I could turn back the hands of time to that terriable morning, I would have stood in your place and not have given it a second thought.

Nik, thank you for everything, from being a good friend to getting me to re-dedicate my life to the Lord. Your the best and I will miss you. I will keep your wife and girls in my prayers. See you soon friend.

Linda and family,

Thanks for sharing Nik with the world. You'll be in my prayers always.

Patrolman D.Carroll
Choctaw

April 18, 2004

I did not personally know Trooper Green, however many of my co-workers did. When we found out about his death, it hit our department very hard...so close to home, and to such a good person. Many people I know had been stopped by Trooper Green, and I never heard them say a bad thing about them. They always told me that he could make a scary and stressful situation lighthearted, and put a smile on your face. To Trooper Green's family, you are in our prayers and Trooper Green's sacrifice will not be in vain. God Speed good brother and may the Lord be with you for eternity. We will take it from here.

Sgt. James Wills
Vernon Police Department

April 18, 2004

NIK

ITS BEEN A WHILE NOW SINCE THAT FRIDAY MORNING IN DECEMBER, AND IT DOES NOT GET ANY EASIER WITH EACH DAY THAT PASSES....WORDS CANT DESCRIBE HOW MUCH I MISS YOU!!! FROM THE PHONE CONVERSATIONS TO THE COUNTLESS TIMES I WENT 10-8 WITH YOU, I WILL NEVER FORGET ALL THE MEMORIES WE HAD....SOME OF THE BEST TIMES OF MY LIFE WERE WHEN WE WAS IN THAT SHINY BLACK/WHITE CAMARO CRUISING UP AND DOWN THE HIGHWAYS OF TILLMAN AND COTTON COUNTY...YOU WERE MY ROLE MODEL AND BEST FRIEND, YOU SHOWED ME HOW TO BE A (MAN, FATHER HUSBAND AND CHRISTIAN) AND I AM LOOKING FOWARD TO THE DAY THAT I SEE YOU IN HEAVEN SO I CAN TELL YOU THANKS!!! I FEEL THAT IT WAS BECAUSE OF YOU THAT MOLLY RECIEVED JESUS IN HER LIFE AND THAT IS THE MOST AWESOME GIFT YOU COULD HAVE EVER GIVEN....I KNOW YOU ARE WITH ME EACH AND EVERY TIME THAT I GO 10-8, I JUST ASKED THAT YOU KEEP ME SAFE AND HELP ME IN EVERYTHING THAT I DO!!! TELL MY DAD HI FOR ME AND LET HIM KNOW THAT I CANT WAIT UNTIL HE CAN GIVE MIYA A HUG AND KISS FOR THE FIRST TIME....I WISHED SO MANY TIMES THAT I COULD HAVE BEEN THERE TO HELP YOU, BUT I KNOW THIS IS ALL IN GODS PLAN....REST IN PEACE BROTHER, I WILL TAKE YOUR WATCH FROM HERE!!!

PS....AS FAR AS ALL THE DREAMS AND GOALS THAT I HAVE, YOU KNOW WHAT THEY ARE AND I WILL NEVER EVER GIVE UP ON THEM!!!!!

PO FORREST WHITE #66
LAWTON PD

April 15, 2004

For Trooper Green's family,

I had the privilege of meeting Trooper Green's mother at the OHP awards ceremony in the City April 1. I would simply like to say that being the grandmother to one of the OHP Troopers I can certainly appreciate the trama you are going through. We live every day with the fear of what you are experiencing.
After hearing what was spoken of Trooper Green I'm sure he was a fine young man who enjoyed his work, family and his relationship with Christ. Our prayers are with Linda and her daughters, the mothers, fathers and all the friends and relatives that loved him and will miss him.

Grandmother
Muldrow, Ok.

April 14, 2004

I stop by this website often after the death of two dear friends with the NCSHP (Troopers Calvin Taylor E.O.W. October 3, 2001 and Anthony Cogdill E.O.W. May 30, 2003).
Unfortunately, I had to add the name of another friend. Deputy Jeffrey Hewitt, Buncombe County (NC) Sheriff’s Department, E.O.W. April 4, 2004.

We all grieve over the lives lost in the line of duty. I hope you can find some comfort knowing that there are countless prayers that go out for your family.

These are senseless tragedies that never seem to stop. God Bless the men and women who continue to serve their communities in our great Nation.

...Gone, but never Forgotten....

Marti Ingle (EMT-Paramedic)
Haywood Co EMS (NC)

April 12, 2004

I know that it has been almost 4 months but it is really starting to sink in that you are gone. Before it was just a dream and now that dream has become reality and it is harder and harder to deal with. You are one of the biggest role models to me and i know that everyone that knew you has been blessed because of you. You are truly a gift from god. I miss seeing you drive by the house. but i know that you are watching over us and that you will take care of everyone. Milton and dad are still dealing with it. Watch over them and all the other law enforcement as they go out to face their duties. Keep them safe. We miss you and we love you very much. You will Never be forgotten.

Linda & Girls--I dont know how it feels for you because i have never been there but i know this is hard and words cant express how sorry i am this happened to you guys. If you ever need anything you know we are here for you. We love you guys so much and i know that you will get through this.

Brittany & Milton WE LOVE AND MISS YOU NIK!!!

Brittany

April 5, 2004

I am a current law enforcement student and and from what I have read people like officer Green is why I want to be an Officer and when I graduate I will work hard to get all the scum off the roads..
My prayers are with the family

Rick Haulbrook - Inver Grove Heights, MN

April 3, 2004

God Bless Trooper Green.

God Bless Trooper Green's Family.

God Bless The Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Trooper
New Jersey State Police

April 3, 2004

Nicky you will be missed we love you

christian

March 23, 2004

Linda and girls,

We didn't know Nik personally, however, we knew that he was an awesome man of God by just speaking with you, Linda. We remember talking to you for a while in Wal-mart about the awesome work Nik was doing in your church and with your youth. Your eyes lit up as you told us how much he loved the youth of your church and how many children were being drawn into your church because of Niks great work and committment. We also know your relationship with him was one many married couples long for. You had such great love for him. Your love for God only peaked over that and made it shine even brighter. You are an awesome woman of God and I know that you will pull through this. May you and the girls have peace about this. Our prayers are with you always. If you need anything, please let us know.

My eyes have been opened to see that the small things in life that I get so upset about are not worth fretting over...that we need to see the good things (friends) God has blessed us with and be thankful for them. You are that to me Linda, and I am thankful that I know you!

God Bless you and your Family.......
Nik...you are a TRUE HERO in our eyes...Our brother in Christ...We love you!

Michael and Carla Howard
Corye, Alex and Amber


March 23, 2004

Very sorry for your loss,Stephen

stephen eastridge
truck driver

March 17, 2004

nik it still saddens me that you are not here but in a way you saved me your work is still going on through linda and the girls we will always miss you but we know that we will all be reunited with you when we go to meet the lord face to face and we know that you will be there to guide us to the prooper place that awaits us


jay dondee jaret and justin

March 15, 2004

Don't think of him as gone away
His journey's just begun,
Life holds so many facets,
This earth is only one

Just think of him as resting
From the sorrows and the tears
In a place of warmth and comfort
where there are no days and years

Think how he must be wishing
that we could know today
how nothing but our sadness
can really pass away.

And think of him as living in the hearts of
those he touched.
for nothing loved is ever lost,
and he was loved so much.

We miss you Nik. I didn't know you all that well, but what I did know was that you were an awesome person, loving, caring, and everything in between. I still can't believe you're gone, but I know you're up there watching over those you loved.

Anonymous

March 15, 2004

Dear Family of Nikky J. Green " OHP TROOPER 198 "

I'm sorry to write you this letter of sorrow. I recently heard of this traggic death from a state trooper in Oklahoma. I never had the pleasure of meeting trooper Green but from what I have heard he was an outstanding man with love for his family, church and job.

Myself once being a police officer, I know the pain you are going through. I lost my partner in the line of duty to a mad man on a shooting spree. I prey hard for your family and that justice comes fast for this man that so cowerdly took a wonderful mans life.

I know its been a long haul to the Green family, please know that my family will be praying for you. To the State Troopers, police officers and sheriff's deputys please watch yourself.

God Bless..........



Anonymous

March 5, 2004

Nik,

I miss you alot, but I know that you are in a better place. There are so many memories of you. When I think of you, I think of what it will be like when I see God. I just want to thank you for teaching me the way of God and how to live my life the way God wants me to.

I Love You Nikky Joe Green!
OHP Trooper, buddy, cousin

Tanner Hodges

Tanner Hodges, 11
Randlett, Ok

March 4, 2004

REST IN PEACE BROTHER. WE'LL TAKE THE WATCH FROM HERE.

TROOPER
NEVADA HIGHWAY PATROL

March 1, 2004


I cannot think you're not alive somewhere.
I think of you just as I did before.
No sudden gust of wind has closed the door
Or made your presence vanish in thin air.
I write you this because I know you're there;
That even after death there must be more.
So does faith one's inner sun restore
After bitter darkness few can bear.
My mind and heart have not yet lost a friend
Even though my senses are bereft,
For you remain the witness of my soul.
No mere accident our friendship can end
So long as I have will and memory left.

In loving memory of our friend Nikky J. Green
OHP 198
10/01/1968-12/26/2003


February 29, 2004

Nik as I write this it is almost 2 months after your passing. I have driven alot of the same miles that you have in Tillman county. We knew alot of the same people. We lived in the same house in Frederick, at different times of course. We both were firearms instructors and drove camaro's. We both were blessed with beautiful daughters. We both have daughters named Morgan Shea. I have alot of good memories of Troop. M and the people of that area and I know you will forever be missed. I know you will not need to worry about Linda and the girls.They will be taken care of. You were what other troopers should strive to be. You were caring, compassionate and your actions over your short career touched many people.

God Bless You, Linda, and the girls

TRP. STEVEN WARLICK #499
0.H.P

February 21, 2004

NIKKY JOE GREEN WILL ALWAYS BE REMBERED. BY ALL THAT LOVED HIM AND FOR SURE HE WANTS US TO REMBER HIM FOR ALWAYS AND FOR SURE I LOVED HIM.HE WAS MY BEST FRIEND,A FATHER TO 3 LOVELY ANGELS, A HUSBAND TO MRS. LINDA GREEN,AND GOD'S SON.

**198**will live on forever**

i will always have u in my heart!!!!

i love nik!!!!!!

love
Allie whittington

Allie Whittington

February 19, 2004

When someone dies, they still live on in you and me; and everyone else who loved them.


Think of him still as the same, I say.
He is not dead; he is just --- away.

To linda and the girls
we will always remember *198* in our hearts and we will keep yall in our prayers. Much love to yall and may God help you through all of your troubles. Because you can do all things through Christ who strengthens you!

Lynsey Thompson

February 19, 2004

LINDA AND GIRLS, I'M SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT NIKS DEATH. I HAVE BEEN OUT OF THE COUNTRY FOR SOME TIME AND JUST RECENTLY RETURNED HOME AND WAS TOLD THAT NIK HAD PASSED AWAY. LINDA, I WANT YOU TO KNOW ONE THING ABOUT NIK, HE WAS A BIG MAN WITH A BIG HEART AND THE ONE WHO LEAD ME TO THE LORD.

I'M SAD THAT THIS ONE MAN TOOK AWAY MY FRIEND AND I HOPE THAT JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED QUICKLY.

NIKKY GREEN OHP 198, THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING. I WILL SEE YOU SOON BROTHER AND TO LINDA AND THE GIRLS, YOU ARE IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS. TO THE BOYS IN BROWN PLEASE BE SAFE AND THANK YOU FOR A JOB WELL DONE.

February 19, 2004

I got the chance to get to know nik while he was in troop M, and had the chance to ride with nik while he was on duty. Nik knew i was wanting to get into Law Enforcement and he knew it was my goal, he taught and showed me things i needed to know to help me out in the future. I want to say thanks and it has been a honor to know you nik, thanks for all the memories and advise that anyone could ever give me thank you. god bless you Linda and the kids, my prayers go out to you. 198 will never be forgotten.

Patrolman Tim Duncan
Frederick Police Department

February 16, 2004

To the wife of Trooper Green - My thoughts are with you & your family. Please know you are in my prayers.

Jennifer Gumm
Wife of Texas DPS Trooper Alan Gumm

February 13, 2004

Nik,
OUR ANGEL IN BLUE!!! ITS SUCH A SHAME THAT SUCH A GREAT MAN AS YOU, WAS TAKEN FROM OUR LIVES. AS BAD AS IT HURTS, WE KNOW YOU WOULD WANT US ALL TO FORGIVE THAT MAN THAT TOOK YOU AWAY FROM US. ITS AMAZING TO SEE HOW MANY LIVES YOU HAVE TRULY TOUCHED AND CHANGED FOREVER. I KNEW THERE WERE MANY...BUT NOW ITS SEEMS SO UNREAL. YOU WERE A TRUE HERO. NO ONE WILL EVER BE ABLE TO REPLACE YOU!! WE LOVE YOU AND FOR LINDA AND THE GIRLS...ALL THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO YOU. WE ARE HERE IF YOU EVER NEED US...WE LOVE YOU ALL!!!

NIK...YOU WILL BE IN OUR HEARTS...FOREVER AND ALWAYS

TROOPER *198*

Megan Turner
Randlett, Oklahoma

February 11, 2004

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