Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer James L. Davis, Jr.

Butler University Police Department, Indiana

End of Watch Friday, September 24, 2004

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Reflections for Police Officer James L. Davis, Jr.

God bless.

Reserve Officer
East Carolina University

October 4, 2004

Again we mourn as another hero is taken from us. My deepest sympathy to the family, friends and co-workers of Officer Davis. May the Lord give you strength and bless each of you during this time.
Rest in peace for your watch here is over; walk in heavens beat and guide us all to protect and serve others safely.

US Ranger Catroppa
National Park Service Kennesaw GA

October 4, 2004

God bless Officer Davis and his family.

Lt Roger B Connor
Western Connecticut State University Police

October 3, 2004

Officer Davis,

Rest in Peace Brother, you will never be forgotten..I am praying for your family and the Butler University Police Department...GODSPEED..


October 3, 2004

For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.
JOHN 3:16

Frankfort Police

October 3, 2004

Rest In Peace Brother Davis. May God bless your family and fellow officers.

Ptl. L. Santiago
Montclair State University Police New Jersey

October 3, 2004

May the lord be with you, your family and fellow officers. You are in the thoughts and prayers of the UCF Police Dept. God Bless

Cpl. James Mangan
University of Central Florida Police Dept

October 3, 2004

Our prayers are with you. God keep you in his reach.

P.O Simi
Chgo P.D.

October 3, 2004

To all Family, Friends, and Co Workers of this Officer:

On Behalf of myself, and the Family of Police Officer Daniel Starks (Ft Myers Fl, E/O/W 10-25-03) we want you to know that you are all in our prayers! The Lord will sustain you as you go through this difficult, and trying time, but just remember your loved one is being cared for in Heaven, and is now eternally safe. We hope that you all remain as strong as possible, and know that we are all thinking of you. No words are quite ever adequate, but Police Officers make the ultimate sacrifice everyday, and our hope, and prayer is that they will always be remembered for their heroic efforts, and kind hearts.
Jessica Ruhl (Daniel’s Fiancée) & the Family of Officer Daniel Starks

October 2, 2004

Our condolences go out to the family of Officer James L. Davis in your time of sorrow.

James the memory of you will always be in our hearts.

Love Barbara and Kila

Barbara and Kila Roberts

October 2, 2004

rest in peace brother in blue
"blessed are the peacemakers"

ivan davis
morven police department

October 2, 2004

Our department was sadden to hear of the tragic death of Officer Davis. This is just another prime example that shows, no matter where you work as a Police Officer there is no such thing as a safe place.
The Officers at Virginia State University will keep Officer Davis and his family as well as the Butler University Police Dept in our thoughts and prayers.
Officer Davis Thanks for a job well done, REST IN PEACE BROTHER, you will not be forgotten.

Sgt. K. E. Bish Jr.
Virginia State University Police

October 1, 2004

Always hard working and dedicated to his job, and always willing to help anyone in his law enforcement family.

Officer Justin Ashley
Hobart Police Department

September 30, 2004

I just heard your final 10-42 dispatch and wanted to say thank you brother for serving the community in which, i am an officer an resident. Davis you are a saint and we will never forget. Be sure to meet up with Jake, I'm sure you two can tell some great stories. Once again thanks fellow brother in blue and may god bless you and your family.

September 30, 2004

Indianapolis has experienced the loss of yet another officer in such a short time...Thank you to all who have vowed to protect and serve, God Bless You and Protect You...My thoughts and prayers are with Ofc. Davis' family and the BUPD.

Butler Grad

September 30, 2004

We respect and honor what you have done for your community, but you will be missed. Your heart and passion for the job was astonishing. We will keep your memory alive and fight the war from here. You are held in the highest reguard. I.L.E.A. class 04-159. Rest in peace my brother for you have finished your watch.

Deputy Michael Heisinger
Johnson County Sheriff's Office (Indiana)

September 30, 2004

rest in peace my brother...

skip roberson

September 30, 2004

My deepest sympathy to your family. While I just meet you recently, the few words that you had for me were encouraging. I will forever be greatful. Rest in peace and thank you!

Erich Gephart

September 30, 2004

My deepest simpathy to the family and friends of Officer Davis. May God bless you and give you strength through this terrible time.

Rest in peace Brother.

John 15:13 - Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

Sgt. Edward Bachert
Allentown Police, PA

Sgt. Edward Bachert
Allentown Police - PA

September 30, 2004

Your service will not be forgotten. With great sadness for your family and friends.

Matt Lyons
Oceanside, California PD

September 30, 2004

One day Gabriel saw Jesus standing on the bank of a river in Heaven.
Jesus had a sad look on His face as he watched the water flowing by.
Gabriel asked Jesus about the history of the river and why He had such a look
on His face?
Jesus told Gabriel that the river ran from the foot of God's throne and that
the water was the tears God shed each time a Police Officer was laid to rest.
Jesus said, "Each year the river grows larger and flows more rapid."
As Gabriel and Jesus stood gazing across the waters Gabriel asked, "When can
we bring them home?"
Jesus replied, "The great waking up morning will soon come."
Gabriel then asked, "What will happen to the river?"
Jesus answered, "God will bring them to the banks of the river and let them
see the tears He shed for them and then the river will run dry, never again
to flow."
"Each of His Peacemakers will be called forward one by one to lay their
badges at the foot of the throne and there they will receive their crowns of
Gabriel looked into the eyes of Jesus with a questioning look about his face.
Jesus simply whispered.... Soon Gabriel.... Soon.

God speed my brother

Deputy Karl Gusentine
Williamson County Illinois Sheriff's Department

September 29, 2004

Thank you for your sacrafice to your community my brother. The officers of The George Washington University Police Department will keep your family and friends in our thoughts and prayers. Rest easy.

Officer Michael Wilhelm
The George Washington University Police Department

September 29, 2004

As a former campus officer my heart goes out the the family of Officer Davis, the BUPD and the campus community.

As a fellow police officer you will always be in our thoughts. Rest in peace.

PC Rob Bolam #1331
York Regional Police - Ontario

September 29, 2004

Rest in peace our brother.

Director Gary M. Everett
Canisius College Police, Buffalo NY

September 29, 2004

May you be at peace and God rest your soul. You stood your post well my brother, now it is time for you to rest at our Father's feet. You will be missed. My God comfort your Loved ones...

Officer Roderick Wallace
Indianapolis Police Department

September 29, 2004

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