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

Since the loss of one of my best friends in July 07, I have visited this site almost daily, not for anyone in particular, just browsing. I am the son of a retired OHP trooper. My father was shot in 1969 (before I was born). When I decided to go into LE I researched my dads shooting, because he didn't talk about it much. It really brought tears to my eyes.

Over the years I have seen several troopers, police officer and Firefighters die both in the line of duty and not. It saddens me everytime I see a new name added to the list as I know what there family is going through.

You must remember God has a plan and his plan is GOLD. We can't see it because it is so good. Gos is preparing the streets of heaven for our arrival.

To the family, God Bless you in your times when you remember your Husband, you Son and most of all your father. Continue to be strong.

Rob Crow, son of OHP254

Rob
OHP Son

September 25, 2007

Well, as we prepare for another celebration in honor of our Lord and Saviour, your absence is noted.
Missing you does not just occur at holiday times, but when we are all together, that hole is apparent.
Missing you and loving you, always.

teri hodges
cousin, Nik Green Trooper 198 E.O.W. 12/26/03

April 4, 2007

Mr. Green I had the pleasure of meeting you in Fredrick Oklahoma, you were a patron of my mom's resturant quite frequently. You're the one who made me pursue law enforcement as my career path, especially in specific reference to the OHP. You will be missed, and God bless.

Stephen Consedine

March 28, 2007

Hey buddy, Man I truly miss you alot. I have never once forgot about you or what you stood for. I think about you alot and all the wonderful advice you gave me. Shortly after your death I was driving donw Highway 70 through Randlett and I had to stop and see you. It was very difficult and hard for me but I did come say hi and let you know that everything was going to be okay. I have lost a true friend and co worker in my heart and will never be able to fill that void again but I want you to know that I do this job every day with you in my mind and knowing that you are watching over me. Nik I miss you dearly and you will always have a place in my heart.

Patrolman/Officer Jon Moore
Altus POlcie department

March 26, 2007

GOD BLESS YOU TROOPER NIKKY JOE GREEN, and your family YOUR WORK GOES ON.

not a police officer ken kelble
loss prevent agent

January 31, 2007

AS I HAVE READ THRU THESE REFLECTONS AND CAN SEE THAT SOME PEOPLE TRUELY KNEW NIKKY. I WAS A POLICE OFFICER IN GRANDFIELD WHEN NIKKY WAS STATIONED THERE WITH OHP. I HAVE OFTEN BEEN ASKED ABOUT NIKKY AND I'LL TELL ANYONE. I DON'T KNOW MANY OFFICERS THAT TRAIN OR PRACTICE NEAR AS MUCH AS NIKKY DID. HE WOULD GO SHOOT AS OFTEN AS HE COULD GET AMMO. I LEARNED MORE ABOUT OFFICER SAFETY FROM HIM THEN ANY ACADEMY I'VE BEEN THRU. THERE WAS NO MORE OF A PROFESSIONAL OFFICER THEN HIM. MOST DON'T BELIEVE IT BUT HE SHINED HIS BOOTS AND BRASS EVERDAY (LITTERALY). IF IT CAN HAPPEN TO HIM IT CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE. HE WAS NO SLACKER.
TRAIN AND LEARN ALL YOU CAN, ITS NEVER ENOUGH. HE OFTEN TOLD ME THAT AND I'M SURE HE WOULD WANT ME TO PASS IT ON. AT HIS FUNERAL THEY STATED THAT GOD MUST HAVE NEEDED A TROOPER IN HEAVEN AND ALL I CAN SAY IS GOD GOT A GOOD ONE. I MISS NIK DAILY, BUT WHAT DID I LEARN? I LEARNED ABOUT HONESTY, PROFESSIONALISM, INTEGRITY, COURAGE, AND LOVE. HE WAS A WONDERFUL TEACHER AND I AM PROUD TO HAVE HAD HIM. WHEN MALONE DIES AND AND IF HE GOES TO HEAVEN, NIKKY WILL MEET HIM AT THE DOOR AND WELCOME HIM WITH OPEN ARMS. THATS JUST THE WAY NIKKY WAS.
TO NIK'S COWORKERS AND CLASS MATES. YALL LOST A GOOD ONE, JUST DON'T EVER FORGET HIM AND I'M SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. ABOUT 2 YEARS BEFORE NIK'S DEATH, I BECAME A TEXAS STATE TROOPER AND FOLLOWED ALOT OF THE DREAMS THAT HE HELPED TO INSTILL IN MY MIND.
FOR THOSE THAT ARE INTERESTED AS MOST OF YOU ARE, I'M CURRENTLY STATIONED IN JACKSBORO WHERE LINDA AND THE GIRLS LIVE. WASN'T PLANNED, JUST HAPPENED. THEY ARE DOING GREAT. LINDA IS REMARRIED TO A WONDERFUL MAN WHO HAS THREE WONDERFUL KIDS OF HIS OWN. HE LOST HIS WIFE TO CANCER. THEY MET BY GOD'S GOOD DOING AND HAVE FORMED AN AWESOME FAMILY. I SEE THEM A COUPLE OF TIMES A WEEK. ALL IS WELL AND DOING FINE WITH THEM. I CAN ONLY IMAGINE NIK AND LINDA'S NEW HUSBAND'S WIFE STANDING IN HEAVEN AND SMILING AT THE FAMILY THEY CREATED. I KNOW THEY ARE PROUD.
NIK'S GOOD FRIEND AND TRAINING OFFICER, AND I WHERE FRIENDS BEFORE BUT SINCE HAVE BECOME VERY CLOSE. WE KEEP EACH OTHERS HEADS UP. I JUST FOUND THIS WEB PAGE AND A LITTLE EMBARRASED IT TOOK SO LONG. I WAS PROUD TO SEE THAT NIK'S REPRESENTED ON IT AND BY READING SOME OF THE ENTRIES HE'S NOT FORGOTTEN.

TODD LEWIS, TROOPER II
TEXAS HIGHWAY PATROL

January 25, 2007

For those who pledge to uphold and protect it, our FREEDOM comes at a cost the protected will never know.

OHP 349

January 20, 2007

NIK,
You are my hero and now I will strive do all I can to live for Christ as you did. Life will never be the same with out you because you are irreplacable. Your death has imacted many lives because of the fact you impacted so many lives while you were here. I will forgive the man who killed you because that is what you would want, but I will never forget. Your family, friends, and fellow officers will do all we can to keep your legacy alive and live the christian lifestyle as best we can in the example you laid for us. God takes the best first, and we each know YOU were the best now we must all take a step back and search for the streghth to move on and live our lives for you and God. You continue to make a difference in everyones life, you set a high standard that we all try to reach. You inspired many people in law enforcement to try and set a standard as high as yours, however we each know you could never be replaced, You will never be forgotten. As we still look to you for guidence please watch over us, lead us, guide us, and protect us! You are My Guardian Angel.

To all other Oklahoma Highway Patrol Officers and any other Law Enforce Officers:
My prayers are with you. I have a new found respect for what you do. You are all my heroes wether I know you or not. May God bless you all. Thank you so much for the time and dedication you give to protect each of us, I know being a state trooper, county officer, or city police officer, is not just a job but a passion. It takes a certain kind of person to do the jobs you do, and you will be rewarded. Thank You for risking your live everyday to protect us all. I Know several county officer, highway patrolmen and city police officers and you each inspire me in many ways and each of you have a special place in my heart. Thanks to each of you guys for always being there for me when i needed you.
Love you all and Thank You again for all you time and dedication.

Suzannahe T. Weir
Friend

January 11, 2007

I still remember. I will never forget.
Rest in Peace with our Father in Heaven.

Anonymous
LEO

January 6, 2007

We still think about you on a daily basis. It's hard to believe it has been 3 years. Keep watch over us. Rest in peace.

Dina Whittington
wife of Tillman County Reserve Deputy

December 27, 2006

Mrs. Green and family,
You are in my thoughts and prayers today. God bless you.

Kari Sanchez

December 26, 2006

My thoughts are with you loved ones on this 3rd anniversary of your end of watch. I know they think of you each and every day and will continue to do so for as long as they walk this earth. You are a true hero and will always be remembered. Thankyou for your dedication to law enforcement. Keep watch over your loved ones. You will never be forgotten.

Bob Gordon
Father of Fallen Officer: Michael P. Gordon, EOW: 8/8/04

December 26, 2006

Trooper Green

On this the anniversary of your leaving us in the physical sense we pay tribute to your spirit. Tonight the Evening Watch of the Henry County Georgia Police Department’s North Precinct will hit the street in your honor. Please watch over us as we continue your fine work.

For the entire shift,
Sergeant V.T. Rosen

Sergeant V.T. Rosen
Henry County Police Department

December 26, 2006

THINK OF ALL THE GOOD TIMES WHEN THE BAD ONES GET YOU DOWN. ITS HARD TO THINK ABOUT THE LAST 3 YEARS. I JUST CAME FROM DEVOL ALL CALM ALL IS WELL LOVE AND MISS YOU.NEVER FORGOTTEN JOHN 15:13 BIG T

December 26, 2006

Nik Green was one of the kindest, most decent and honest persons to ever live on this earth. He was as good as they get as a trooper and a lawman. I miss Nik every day.....

Trooper Duane Johnson #280
OHP - graduated 49th academy together

December 16, 2006

The officer stood and faced his God,
Which must always come to pass.
He hoped his shoes were shinning,
Just as brightly as his brass.

"Step forward now, Officer,
How shall I deal with you?
Have you always turned the other cheek?
To my church have you been true?"

The officer squared his shoulder and said,
"No, lord I guess I aint,
Because those of us who carry badges
can't always be a saint.

I've had to work most Sundays,
And at times my talk was rough,
And sometimes I've been violent
Because the streets are tough.

But I never took a penny
That wasn't mine to keep..
Though I worked a lot of overtime,
when the bills got to steep.

And I never passed a cry for help
Though at times I shook with fear.
And sometimes, God forgive me,
I've wept an unmanly tear.

I know I don't deserve a place
among the people here.
They never wanted me around
except to calm their fear.

If you've a place for me here, Lord,
it needn't be so grand.
I never expected or had too much,
But if you don't...I'll understand.

There was silence all around the throne,
where the saints often trod.
As the officer waited quietly
for the judgment of his God.

"Step forward now, Officer.
You've borne your burdens well.
Come walk a beat on heaven's streets,
You've done your time in hell"


Rest in peace Brother,
Deputy McSparren

Deputy McSparren
Comanche County S.O.

December 15, 2006

Once again it is that time of year.Micheal and I think of you every time we go to Devol to work on the water lines or mow the grass at your spot northwest of town.I have a candle burning in the window for you.We love you and miss you.To those who read this,put a candle in your window and think of Nik.

Frank Watson,Firefighter
City of Grandfield

November 17, 2006

Nik you will be truly missed

Stevey Cozby
friend

November 8, 2006

Mrs. Green
I have been in law enforcement for 11 years in Oklahoma and I have seen the meth epidemic grow and grow. I am saddened by the way your husband was taken from you. I am a female officer weighing about 125 pounds 5ft 7in tall and I want you to know that I think of your husband every single time I get out of my patrol car and make contact with anyone for any reason. I will never forget and I will always be on guard. Keep fighting back. I am proud of what you are doing. Nik is missed.

September 26, 2006

Nik, we miss you. Everytime we go to work we hope and pray that everybody will go home safe. No one deserves to be taken like you were. I know that your family misses you. The last time we saw you and your family was when you came to visit Aunt Dean. It was nice to see you then. It was probably right before you became a Trooper. If I remember correctly, it was right before Uncle Bob passed away. He is probably up there with you and the two of you are probably going fishing. Say hi for us. If your family is reading this, I pray for you that each day will be made a little easier. God Bless, Robert.

Robert McWha
Katy PD Dispatch, Cousin

September 21, 2006

Trp. Green did not know you but know thoose who did, they speak highly of you, I know God is taking care of you now thank you for your hard work and service to the people of Ok. GOD BLESS THE LATE TRP. GREEN 198

T.A. Luna reserve
Grandfield Police dept.

September 6, 2006

This summer Trooper Green's wife Linda was our guest speaker at our DARE Conference. She talked to us about the meth head that killed her husband and how she has committed herself to do something about this horrible drug that ruins peoples lives, not just the user but anyone that comes in contact with them. She is doing this not only for her husband but for all our brothers and sisters in blue. I admire so much Linda, continue what you are doing and remain strong.

Officer Sofie Martinez
Waco PD

August 30, 2006

Matthew 5:9 Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God. (These are words spoken by Jesus)

I was reminded of Nik the other day by my cousin's husband, he has just came off of break in and is assigned to the western part of the state, OHP. He and I were discussing some things and Trooper Nik Green's name was brought up, he told of several things which he has heard about Nik since he's been on the Patrol. One thing that comes up everytime I hear about Nik is his service and love for God. I have not heard one thing bad about Nik at all, it is always good things.....

Mrs. Green your husband was an outstanding man. 18 pages of heart felt reflections, how good of a Trooper he was, how good of a partner he was, and of how he touched and ministered to people.

I am not just talking about his job duties, I am talking about his witness for the Lord. There are at least two men who spoke up (in these reflections)and stated they have recommited their lives to the Lord because of Nik Green's life, that is the most wonderful thing I belive you could ever say about a Christan.

Every Officer/Trooper out there should want to be remembered in the way Nik Green has been rememberd.

Guys we need more Christian Troopers, Officers, and Deputies out there. Nik lived it, we should to.

May God truley and wonderfully bless all of Nik's family, fellow troopers, friends, and Church.

Mrs. Green, your husband was indeed a Child of God, God Bless You.

Ofc K.J. Cox
Warner OK

August 13, 2006

i have thought about you often these past few years. you were a wonderful person and great example for us all. i know you are in heaven now and as happy as ever. tell my dad hi, i know you two are hanging out. untill i see you again.

August 6, 2006

Nik...it's been 2 1/2 yrs. but I still remember that day SO clear. You are missed more than you could ever imagine. Linda and the girls are doing fine. They are happy and being taken care of, but it's still a struggle everyday for them as well. They miss you, Nik! And so do we. I can't wait til our Lord takes us ALL home so we can all be together. I hope you know how much you meant to all of us and how much we appreciate all you did. May you rest in peace, son. We love you and miss you!!

June 24, 2006

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