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

Trooper Green you are remembered by the men and women of the Boston Police for your dedication to duty for the citizens of Oklahoma. RIP

Det. Michael Kane
Boston Police Dept.

December 26, 2010

Thinking of you today Nik. The coward who took you from us lost his appeal today, and was again sentenced to death himself. You have a lot of "brothers in brown" that think of you often. Patrol the streets of heaven and get it ready for the rest of us. Godspeed my brother.

Nikky Knows
OHP

November 1, 2010

I was passing through Randlett the other day going to a highschool football game my daughter was cheering at. Traveling down the highway I can still remember when and where I met brother Nic as I was on my way to Burns Flat and would pull over and chat. My wife and I had friends with us so I told them the story about Nic and what kind of person he was as they knew nothing about him. They were amazed at my story about him but I know I can't make them understand because words can not describe Nic and who he was. I still think about him and what he stood for. What a great mentor. I will never forget because that is the affect Nic had on me. Rest in peace brother. You may be gone but not forgotten.

Trooper Steve Nabors # 586

October 29, 2010

Nik,
I was thinking today when someone asked how I was doing after the passing of Cpt Green. And didnt really know how to answer, having not known him like I had known you.
It still hurts thinking that you are gone, but you need to know the way you lived both in and out of uniform touched many lifes. and sometimes when you would say look past me, I finally understand what you met. I just hope that I can emulate you in the way you were a Daddy to my little boy, and now I know the playbook you used. Nik, your love of God and how you let him shine through you is still talked about.
Thanks for being my friend and sharing God's word with me, you and many others played a big part in my life, and I hope that somehow I can be the man I am supposed to be.
Take care and show the Captain around and get him settled in to the ultimate upper deck.
Thanks for having been a brother
Ol Caddo Zink

Trp Glenn Zink #457
Oklahoma Highway Patrol 49th Academy

October 28, 2010

the other day cortni called to see how i was doing and after i got off the phone with her i started to think about the night that i had spent the night with her and you made me try peanut butter on my pancakes ya i know this is kindav random but i thought id share it with you. i miss you very much but i know that your in a way better place and your watching over everyone. thank you for everything you've done for me. to me you were a 2nd dad and it will always remain that way!! i cant wait to see you but as for now take care and i miss and love you very much

taylor
friend

June 17, 2010

Nik,

Brother you are missed everyday. I know you are looking down upon every other lawenforcement officer in this country. If we all had your faith of the man upstairs. I still pray for your family and wish them all the best. I know they have moved on but they are still part of the OHP family. Keep watching over us. GOD SPEED

Trp. Randy Cox
OHP Fellow classmate of the 49th

April 28, 2010

Did not Know Nik personally. but i know alot of his family members.his aunt Jane Green and others. I couldnt imagine what this family went through but i still think of them everyday and may god bless !!

SHERRY DICKEY

December 26, 2009

Nik, I cant believe its been 6 years ago today that you were taken from us. I feel a little selfish because I want you to be here more than anything, but yet I know God is using you for great things. I love and miss you!

Suzannahe T. Weir
friend

December 26, 2009

Nik,

I miss you so much!! Hope things in God's country are going good. For the most part things here are going good, However, I need you now probably more than ever. I have so much going on and I'm not sure how to handle it all. I really need your guidance and advise, you always seem to have the words and advise I need to hear to help me get through. I think about you everyday and seem to miss you more and more each day. I am still on my path of getting my degree in Criminal Justice and I hope I am able to join the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and follow in your foot steps. A few of your brothers down here the Cotton Co. boys and Walters PD, and OHP 152, 651, 918 are are doing a good job of helping me out when I need something or need advise on what I need to do, but I still wish you were here. Love "Peanut."

Suzannahe T. Weir
Friend

November 15, 2009

Hey Nik,
I miss you so much and am still thinking about you everyday. I moved to Randlett in June, I started college last week in Tishomingo, for Criminal Justice (big shock right) lol. I met your mom a couple weeks ago she is a wonderful lady and we had a nice talk about. Its so hard to believe how long ago you left us, you ment so much to me, and I really wish you were here now cause I could really use some of your advise. Well I have to head to my next class, I just wanted to drop you a quick note.

Suzannahe T. Weir
Friend

August 20, 2009

Brother,
Still miss ya, obviously the master's plan involved you being taken from us, I hold tight believing that. I know we have all grown deeper as individuals from this tragic experience. I guess the biggest part of grief's storm has past and now it's just about embracing all of our wonderful memories, with incredible gratitude that we had the time we did. But I do wish you could see me back the boat into the water or attempt to surf, cause I know you would laugh so hard then retell it with such animation we'd laugh so hard we'd cry. Anyway, I've taught my bunch the 'give me five, on the side'etc. that we got such a goofy kick outta doin, it's so silly but it's a little piece of you that goes on...Love U Brother,
your "Tister" :) karen

Sister

August 3, 2009

I was recently in the Randlett area attending a fish fry held by one of your former classmates. We all enjoyed family and friends that day and as we sat under the clear night sky, late into the night laughing and telling stories - many of which included you as our eyes filled up with tears just at the mention of your name. It sill goes unsaid that you are deeply missed my brother by all of us who knew you. The memories we have of you will never fade but will only live in our hearts forever.

Anonymous

June 29, 2009

In the movie Braveheart, a man named William Wallace fought for what he believed in, Freedom. That's what Nik believed in to, freedom from evil doers. I know the movie and Nik's death have nothing to do with each other, however, when I watch this movie, I see nik in William Wallace. His passion for the fight, standing up for right and wrong and for the love of his family and friends. Nik is gone but never forgotten. I think of you everyday brother and I know that you're watching over us every night and day. Your heart is as strong as gold and your friendship is everlasting. Till we meet again my friend.

E.C.

June 27, 2009

Not a day goes by Nik, we don't think of you. We miss you so much. The girls are fine. When they are here..we laugh, we cry and tell stories about you. They miss you...more than people realize. You set a wonderful foundation for them and I'm proud to call you my son-in-law. Hug my sister Lesa for me. It's been a year now and I still miss her too! I will see you and my brother and sis one day and I can't wait to give ya'll a hug!
And now 'little monkey' aka C..is in Criminal Justice. Following brother-in-laws footsteps. She needed you to show her how to shine the boots! haha I think you would be proud of her Nik.
We will continue to do what God has us to do here...watch over the babies Nik..until wee meet in heaven! I love you and miss you!!

NayNay

Anonymous

June 10, 2009

Nikki grew up just down the road from my Grandmother and at one point in my life, I worked for his father, Jack tromping cotton the summer before I joined the Air Force.
Having known Nikki and the Green family all of his life, I can tell you that Nikki was a good man and God must have wanted him for a higher purpose in heaven to have taken him so soon.

MSgt Allen Gent
USAF - Family friend of the Greens

June 3, 2009

Dear Nikky,

If there were a way, I would say to you "You will not be forgotten".

Michael

Michael B. Hinkle
oklahoma citizen

May 3, 2009

I can't believe it has been so long....I was fresh out of the academy when I attended your funeral and I don't have the words to express how it has affected my life and career. You turned me back to God at a time when I needed it most and it save my life. Even though we never met, I think about you aall of the time andvserve each day with you at my side. Rest In Peace my Brother.

Gooch
Joplin Missouri PD

April 13, 2009

Hey partner, how are things in God's country. We are getting along down here. I have gotten to where I dont think about the years gone by, just the times we had.You are still the topic of many conversations and laughs. I see Linda and the girls from time to time. They are doing great. As i keep track of this website, the gates of heaven are busy with brothers giving it all for humanity. Pat them each on the back and welcome them home and keep vigilant watch over us below as we brave evil day and night. Oath given Oath kept. Love you brother.

Trooper G Sanders
OHP

Trooper Gary Sanders
Oklahoma Highway Patrol

April 7, 2009

hey i was on the internet and i got to thinking about you i miss you very much and you are thought about every day . You were an amazing man you may not be here but your not forgotten and i love you

taylor

March 18, 2009

Brother...I never got to meet your but I will never forget your face or name. Ive been looking through some of dads old tapes to try and get a glimpse of you. Dad says you were a great man and one of the best partners a Trooper could have and I just pray that when I get on the Patrol I could have a partner as Great as you.

Anonymous

March 16, 2009

Nik I miss you so much and think about you almost on a daily basis. I will be graduating from school in May and wish you were here to watch me walk across the stage. But I do know you are in a much better place and still watch over each one of us, for you are truely my Guardian Angel. I am going to go to college when I graduate for a degree in criminal justice then hope to join the police force only hoping i can be half as good as you. You have always been my major role model and still look to you for guidance. I can't belive it has been so long ago that you were taken from us, as it only seems like yesterday when I would be at the sheriff's department with mom waiting for her to get off work and you would take me for a ride around town or to the store to get a drink. You always have been my hero and always will be. Thank You so much for everything you did for me then for it means so much now as im older and fixing to move into the next chapter of my life. You tought me so much about respect and that the other officers were nothing to be scared of they were just people with a job to fill protecting us just like you. Many of my best friends now that I rely on now for guidance in planning my future in law enforcement are the officers in Walters, Comanche, Duncan, Cotton, and Stephens Co. Most of them being the ones whom knew you very well.
Rest in Peace big bro. I Love You very much!! and greatly miss you!!!

Suzannahe T. Weir
Friend

February 18, 2009

Still thinking about you.

Anonymous

January 2, 2009

Five years... Seems like a lifetime, seems like yesterday. Can still remember the day you graduated and how proud you and Linda were when you visited GPD later that day. You were bright and shiny in your new "brown shirt". Linda was dressed to the "nines" and smiling like a kid in a candy store. I'm certain you're with our Lord and Savior. Hopefully He doesn't have as much trouble locating you in the playgrounds, stripped to your uniform pants, playing basketball with kids, and trying to keep them out of trouble and to bring them to the Lord. I miss you Brother, praying for you, Linda, and the kids constantly.

102(Ret)
GPD

December 26, 2008

It's been 5 years now since that unforgettable day. That day made such a remarkable impact on my life. I'm a better person for it now and I owe it all to you and our Savior. But I can't imagine what your family still endures on this day every year. Thank you for your sacrifice. It will never be forgotten.

Anonymous

December 26, 2008

Thanks for living such a powerful life, brother, and for not being ashamed of the gospel of Christ. May we all reflect the same love you had for our Savior. I smile when I realize you are in His presence right now. Wow!

Robin West

November 3, 2008

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