Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Isaac Anthony Espinoza

San Francisco Police Department, California

End of Watch Saturday, April 10, 2004

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Reflections for Police Officer Isaac Anthony Espinoza

My heart go's out to the Family, Friends and Co-workers of Officer Espinoza..You all will be in my prayers..may God help you thru this terrible time..

Jr. Johnson - Brother
SCHP Trooper Corporal Jeff Johnson - EOW 7/7/02

Jr. Johnson

April 14, 2004

To the Officer Espinoza family, friends, and the San Francisco Police Department. You have lost a beautiful soul, but heaven has one more shining star. Our thoughts and prays are with you all. Thanks Officer Espinoza for all you have done for your brothers and sisters; rest in peace.


Patrol Officer
Prince George's County, Maryland

April 14, 2004

R.I.P. brother You served your country well.

Praying for the friends, family and fellow LEO's who knew this brave young warrior.

Cpl Lisa Satcher
Gainesville Florida PD

April 14, 2004

We shared junior high and high school toghether. We shared the dreams of protect and serve. Rest in peace my friend/ my brother. God bless you, your years of service, and your family. You will always be remembered by both Jennifer and I.

Officer Mohammed Ali #261
Milpitas CA, police dept.

April 14, 2004

Very sad tragedy indeed. What a coward!! My most heartfelt sympathy goes to the wife of Officer Espinoza, his little baby girl, family, and co-workers. May God bless you all.

I'm still here.....

Although you cannot see me,
I'm still here..
Although you cannot hear me,
I'm still here....
Although I cannot wipe the tears from your face,
I'm still here...
Although I cannot bandage your hurts,
I'm still here...
Although I cannot cover you up when you are cold,
I'm still here...
Although I'm not here in the flesh,
I'm still here...
I'm that gentle breeze that brushes up against your cheeks, giving you a kiss, and letting you know that I love you.
When you smile for no reason, just remember that it's me letting you know that I'm still here......

Teresa Goss
Shadco. Jacksonville,Fl

April 14, 2004

Fallen Brother, your sacrifice will not be forgotten. We have assumed the watch. Rest in Peace and Protect us from above. To the family of Officer Espinoza you will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Greater love hath no man that this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

John 15:13

Officer K. Swaney
Charlotte-Mecklenburg PD Charlotte, North Carolina

April 14, 2004

They have said that there is no greater pain than when a parent loses a child.
I have often called the men and women of Bayview station my kids. I have two children at home and 125 at work.
Isaac was a good cop, a good friend and a good man.

PLEASE WATCH OVER THOSE OF US WHO MUST STILL WALK IN HARMS WAY...

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN....

Sgt. Sherman W. Lee
Bayview Station-Third Watch

April 14, 2004

The long strong blue line is thinner with the loss of Officer Espinoza, but just as strong. Eternal Rest God grant unto
his loyal servant and all the faithful departed, through the
mercy of Jesus Christ. Amen.

SGT Bryan Wolf
Rutgers Police New Brunswick NJ

April 14, 2004

No greater love than for one man to lay down his life for another. I hate to see another name to be added to this site. The "Blue Line" got thinner the day you were taken away from your family, friends, and co workers. Be at peace now, we have the watch.

Deputy Ray Francis
Tom Green County SO

April 14, 2004

You served bravely, rest in peace.

Ofc. Michael Walker
Tallahassee Police Dept.

April 14, 2004

God bless Officer Espinoza and his family. His ultimate sacrifice is for our well-being. He is truly my hero!

Melanie in Sonoma County

April 14, 2004

Rest in Peace now brother
The watch is ours now
My sincerest condolences go out to the family of Officer Espinoza and the entire San Francisco Police Department

Patrol Officer Shawn Moore
Methuen, MA Police

April 14, 2004

I am sorry to see another officers name on the list....

Rest in peace...

I grew up in San Fran and I know what a great city it is....

Thank you for keeping it safe for all those years...

God bless you, your fellow officers and you family

Senior Patrol Agent
US Border Patrol, San Diego

April 14, 2004

FROM A SISTER LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER FROM THE EAST COAST. REST IN PEACE MY BROTHER AND MY SYMPATHY GOES OUT TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. TO OFFICER ESPINOZA'S FELLOW OFFICERS (KEEP YOUR CHIN UP, HE'S IN GOD'S HANDS NOW SO YOU KNOW HE'S IN A BETTER PLACE AND TO HIS LITTLE GIRL, I'M SURE YOUR DAD WILL SEND YOU ANGELS TO WATCH OVER YOU AND TO HIS WIFE, GOD WILL NEVER LEAVE YOU, I'VE NEVER MET YOU, BUT I LOVE YOU AND SO DOES GOD).

Anonymous

April 14, 2004

We are deeply saddened by this senseless murder. May the ruthless criminal responsible be brought to justice and sentenced to the most severe penalty.
You have made the ultimate sacrifice. May the memory of your service, heroism and sacrifice remain forever. May God bless you and your family.
Rest in Peace Brother.............

Trooper
Pennsylvania State Police

April 14, 2004

Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

Patrolman Z. Cavalier
West Point Police Department West Point Nebraska

April 14, 2004

Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

Patrolman Z. Cavalier
West Point Police Department West Point Nebraska

April 14, 2004

You were there for me and my family as we dealt with the murder of my beloved son, Mark on July 9, 1999 in San Francisco. Your kindness and support meant so much to all of us. You never stopped caring. Thank you for that.

Your beloved wife and daughter have my deepest sympathy. They will be in my prayers.

Rest in peace Dear Isaac.


Diane Hunter

April 14, 2004

Isaac, You are a true hero to those of us who will continue your watch, rest in peace our brother. God bless your family and may he give strength to your co-workers.

Inv. Sgt. R.T. Furlong
Prattville P.D. Prattville, Alabama

April 14, 2004

Once again my heart is broken in reading of yet another fallen comrade. I have been in Law Enforcement over 25 years, 11 of that as a Police Officer, so I feel especially close to anyone the world over that is dedicated to our profession. Some of my friends have been slain by offenders. I was also on duty and "at the controls" when two officers were shot. Having had those experiences and my own close calls while on patrol, I want to send my heartfelt sympathy to the family of Officer Espinoza and to the members of SFPD. My heart goes out to each of you. We may be separated by miles, but not by anything else. We are all in this together. We are with each other in heart & spirit each time we go on duty. May it comfort you to know that you are in our hearts and prayers and may the peace of God surround you now.

Telecommunicator Vicki Hare
Salisbury NC PD

April 13, 2004

My deepest sympathy goes out to Officer Espinoza's family
and co-workers. Our Dept. lost a Deputy one month ago.
We feel your grief. Officer Espinoza will never be forgotten.

Deputy Teresa Smith
Loudon County, TN Sheriff Dept

April 13, 2004

Isaac, I'm so angry that you are gone! You didn't deserve this. You were full of life and positive energy. You often gave me great advice. You were funny and a great dancer. I will never forget you. Please rest in peace and know that everyone that came into contact with you, is fortunate to have met you. You were very special. :)

Anonymous

April 13, 2004

True Hero. Rest in peace, Officer Espinoza.

Eric

April 13, 2004

Our deepest sympathy to the family of Police Officer Isaac A. Espinoza … and the San Francisco Police Department... our hearts and prayers are with you all...... Thank you for a job well done Isaac ... rest in peace as you continue your watch from the heavens......your memory will never be forgotten...

God Bless....Be Safe..... and wear your vests...

Vin, Pook and all of us at beyond-the-blue

Vin and Pook- Site Owners
beyond-the-blue

April 13, 2004

I knew you from school. I heard you were a police officer, and I knew you would be one of the good ones. I grieve the loss of a positive member of the SFPD. Opening Day yesterday was so sad because I thought of you all day long and how your wife and daughter must miss you deeply. Peace be with you Isaac...I will always remember how you showed me the best hill to ride my bike down in Daly City.

a high school friend

April 13, 2004

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