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Corporal Matthew Alan Thompson

Mobile Police Department, Alabama

End of Watch Thursday, February 12, 2004

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Reflections for Corporal Matthew Alan Thompson

Merry Christmas

December 29, 2006

Merry Christmas
We love you. You will never be forgotten. This is the third Christmas without you, it still seems like a dream. We know you are in heaven celebrating with Jesus on his birthday. You are in our hearts and thoughts all the time. We laugh, we cry, we remember, we will never forget.

Your loving family.

December 27, 2006

I just want you to know Matt, that you are always in my thoughts and I do miss you. You are still a part of my life and I know that you are with me always.
Love and missing you.
Mike

Michael "Bucky" Thompson
brother

December 21, 2006

Rest in Peace, Corporal Thompson. Your sacrifice if not forgotten.

Officer 11169

October 26, 2006

I love you, I will never forget you. We are in my heart all the time.

July 25, 2006

Happy Father's Day
We Love You....

June 20, 2006

Lee Ann, Matthew, Charrlene, and Danielle

I realize it was your fathers birthday this past weekend. It was a pleasure meeting you in Washington, DC during the candlelight vigil. It was such an honor riding in fathers name during the Police Unity Bike Tour last May. I will always remember your hushand/ father. I will not be riding in the Police Unity Tour next month. I made a commitment to ride and raise money for Diabetes Research the same weekend. This event is near and dear to my heart since my daughter Erin is afflicted with Type 1 Diabetes. Every time I ride my bike I proudly wear the Police Unity Tour jersey and think of Matt. My only regret is that I never had a chance to meet him. Stay heathy and safe and remember that there are many people who think of you and Matthew on a daily basis.

Special Agent Chris Schoppmeyer
NOAA Fisheries - Office for Law Enforcment

April 17, 2006

it's been 2 years today fallen brother
be proud your family is so strong
let us not forget this fallen hero

Officer Conway
G.S.P.D. formally Mobile

February 13, 2006

Hey Baby,
I was looking back at all of the reflections for you, it doesn't seem like it has been two years. Life has gone on, like people said it would. But there is such a hole in our hearts, that will never be filled. The house is so empty without you. Most of the time when the kids and I laugh is when we are talking about you and remembering something funny that you said or did. They are doing ok, but I know that deep down inside they are never going to be the same. I wish that I could talk to you, that is why I write in my journal. It makes me feel that I am talking to you.
I Love You. I Miss You. I Wish You were here.
Your loving wife,
Lee Ann

February 12, 2006

It only seems like yesterday that we were watching T.V. and your picture came up, another Officer Down. Almost a month to the day of Clint's, everytime I see an Officer Down it brings back so many memory's, I know that you what I'm talking about.
LeAnn just wanted to let you know we enjoy getting to know all of you in Washington, just wish we could have been there for different reasons.
Corporal Thompson keep watching over your family.
I will never forget.

Connie Barker
Mother of Clint Walker E.O.W. 1-14-04

February 11, 2006

Cprl. Thompson..just wanted to stop by to let you know that you have not been forgotten..please be with your family - friends & co-workers as your 2nd birthday in Heaven comes up..continue to watch over them & your fellow brothers/sisters in blue..YOU ARE GONE..BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN..REST IN PEACE & WITH EASE BLUE ANGEL!!!!

girlfriend of a dpd
detroit, mi

February 10, 2006

The 2 year anniversary of you being called away is almost here. I wanted to leave a reflection to let you know that you have not been forgotten nor will you ever be. Those that love you will remember you for as long as they walk this earth. The Blue Family will also keep your memory alive. You are a true hero. Wrap your wings around those that love you and protect them. Try to relieve them of some of their grief.
"Always in our Hearts
Always in our Words
Forever Young
Forever Blue
Our Guardian Angel."

Bob Gordon, father of fallen officer Michael P. Gordon, EOW: 8/8/04

Bob Gordon

January 25, 2006

It's been 23 months, it only seems like yesterday. You will never be forgotten.

January 13, 2006

Merry Christmas

December 29, 2005

You are missed.

November 26, 2005

18 MONTHS...
YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN...

August 11, 2005

I have had the pleasure of meeting Lee Ann since this has happened to Matt. I met his children this weekend at our Alabama COPS picnic. I can see the love they have for their dad. We all are here for each other. I am glad to have gotten to know them but hate it too....if it were not for our losing our husbands we never would have met. But through this I have gained friends. I pray that God will continue to heal their wounds. The wounds never go away but they get better. My prayers still go out for them.

Denise Nichols - surviving spouse
Alabama State Trooper Brian K. Nichols EOW 2/17/2002

August 7, 2005

Hey Baby,
Just needed to tell you that I LOVE YOU.

July 21, 2005

We will never forget you.

July 5, 2005

Happy Father's Day.
We love you very much.

June 20, 2005

I never knew how hard it was to watch someone I love put on that uniform and walk out the door every night, until my finacee joined the Mobile Police Department.

To Cpl. Thompson - Thank you. The good things you did during you life will never be forgotten by the people you served.

To Mrs. Thompson - I am so sorry for your loss. There are not words to describe how sorry I am. I know from experience that it takes an extremely strong woman to be a police officer's wife. I pray that God protects you and your children and eases your pain.

Fiancee of a 3rd Precinct MPD Officer
Mobile, AL

June 16, 2005

Thank you

May 31, 2005

Happy Birthday Daddy. We love you and miss you very much. We are thinking about you on this day.
Love Lee Ann, Matthew, Charrlene, and Danielle

15 April 2005

April 15, 2005

I moved from south Alabama almost 11 years ago to begin a law enforcement career in North Carolina. I actually received an offer of emplyment from the Mobile Police Department but chose to leave the area. I have had many occassions to deal with members of this department and always found them to be profesional and caring in their work. I am saddened by the loss of this fine officer, husband and father over one year ago. My sincere condolences to Mrs. Thompson-your pain is still so raw-I pray you receive an extra measure of comfort and support from God. God is the father to the fatherless and I know he will comfort this hero's children in their many times of need ahead. God bless all of you and thank you Corporal Thompson for your service.

Anonymous

March 22, 2005

Just wanted you to know that I haven't forgotten you Corporal Thompson, and I never will. To the family I feel your pain also, I know you will miss Matthew everyday.
On Clint's anniversary, instead of saying it was the anniversary of his death. I said that it was Clint's first birthday in heaven, so if you don't mind Happy Birthday Corporal Thompson. Look Clint up for me, tell him I miss him everyday...

Connie Barker
Mother of Clint Walker E.O.W. 1-14-04

February 13, 2005

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