Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Deputy Sheriff Brandy Lyn Winfield

Marion County Sheriff's Department, Ohio

End of Watch Thursday, October 14, 2004

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Reflections for Deputy Sheriff Brandy Lyn Winfield

My sincere condolences go out to Brandy's wife and two small children, and to my fellow fraternal brothers and sisters of the Marion Co. Sheriff's Dept. I cried many tears this morning when I heard the news. As a member of the Columbus Police and Fire Pipes and Drums, I will be honored to Pipe you home Brandy....through the gates of Heaven!! Ofc. J. Parsons Columbus Police Dept

Ofc. Jim Parsons
Columbus, Ohio Division of Police

October 14, 2004

Rest in peace my brother. We'll take from here. God bless your family and friends.

Deputy George Mastics
Palm Beach County Sherff's Dept.

October 14, 2004

Rest peacefully Brother Winfield. You served the citizens of Marion County well. You will not be forgotten. My heart goes out to the Marion Co. S.O. and friends and family of Bro. Winfield. I can only say that I hope that those responsible for this cowardly act will be made an example of. What I really want to say would be edited.

Agent J P Guseman
Johnston County Sheriff's Office N.C.

October 14, 2004

Your courage and sacrific will never be forgotten. God Bless you, your family, and your extended family at the Marion County Sheriff's Department.

Trooper C. A. Gatewood
Florida Highway Patrol

October 14, 2004

On August 11, 2004 Officer Trey Hutchison with our department was shot and killed. Since that date numerous officers have lost their life in the peformance of their duty. All are senseless losses. Deputy Winfield, you loss is felt, Our hearts and prayers are with your department and your family. I am ashamed at what our society has become, in that life means so little. Your tour of duty is done, rest in peace.

Sergeant
Bossier City Police Department, Bossier City Louisiana

October 14, 2004

Thank you for your faithfull service. God Bless.

Deputy Sheriff J.A. Seiberling
Medina County Sheriffs Office

October 14, 2004

I pray for strength for your family and friends and hope they find comfort in these reflections from your extended family. Rest high on the mountain our brother, we will get them! May your spirit have a joyus homecoming!

D/Sgt. Vencent Woods
State of Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

October 14, 2004

"No greater a man than he who will lay down his life for another."

Deputy Andrew S. Hynek
La Porte County, IN Sheriff's Office

October 14, 2004

Rest in Peace...

Police Officer
Syracuse Police Dept,NY

October 14, 2004

To the Winfield family...my heart goes out to you, as I know the heartache you are experiencing right now. Please know that you have people from across the country wrapping their arms around you ready to give you all the love and support you will need in the coming days, months and years. I was left with two small children when my husband died in 1995 and know how hard things will be and will pray for you and your family.

Becky Muncy
Surviving Spouse of Sgt. Marc Muncy, Columbus, Ohio P.D. (E.O.W. 04/05

October 14, 2004

Thank you, sir for your years of service. To Deputy Winfield's family - your larger law enforcement family will take care of you now. We love you and are praying for you. We pray also for the numerous officers who are searching for your killer.

'Thou I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I shall fear no evil.'

Clearly, Deputy Winfield did just this. God will bless you and keep you.

LEO Wife
Delaware, OH

October 14, 2004

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Thank you for your bravery, courage and commitment to the badge – your hard work and valiant efforts will never be forgotten.

A Relative of Officer Robert Stanze
EOW: August 8, 2000

October 14, 2004

On behalf of the men and women who serve and work for the Georgia Perimeter College Police Department, our thoughts and prayers are with Deputy Brandy Winfield's family, friends, and co-workers with the Marion County Sheriff's Department.

God bless our brother in blue may you rest in peace. The watch is now ours.

Officer Johns
Georgia Perimeter College Police Department

October 14, 2004

My sincere condolences to the friends, family, and the Marion County Sheriff's office. As I look at this web page every day and I see all the fallen hero's, it is a sad and grim reminder, just how precious life is. It reminds me of six words from the terrorist's attack that describes all of our brothers and sisters that made the ultimate sacrifice. "ALL GIVE SOME, SOME GIVE ALL!" That having been said, when something happens to one of us it effects all of us, no matter what color the uniform or the shape of our badges!

Rest in peace, my Brother.

Police Officer Steve Redding #2027
Columbus, Ohio Div. of Police

October 14, 2004

Rest in peace my brother, you will be missed. Even though I may not have known you but you were a honor to your friends, family and the badge and for that we will always be grateful.

Deputy Creaser
Pinellas County S.O., Florida

October 14, 2004

It may take time for the reflections to come but they will. Right now everyone is hunting for the barberians responsible. God bless you Officer Winfield, together WE WILL FIND THEM. May they be brought to justice quickly and harshly.

CPL GARY MINTZ, DIRECTOR TRAFFIC ENF
HENDERSON CO SHERIFF'S OFFICE

October 14, 2004

I heard the tragic news and I prayed you would be all right. You are now in peace and I hope to meet you someday! You are a hero to everybody! God bless you and your family and all your fellow officers at the Marion County Sheriffs Office. God be with them all

Patrol Officer Chris J. Rohner
Licking Memorial Hospital Police Dept Newark,OH

October 14, 2004

I cannot believe that there is not a reflection for this fallen officer. There is now . . . I honor you Brandy . . . and to the Deputies of the Marion County sheriff's Department, I say "FIND THE MURDERER." With love and respect for Deputy Winfield, Jim Crotty (Former Richmond, VA Police Officer.)

Jim Crotty, Special Agent (Ret.)
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms

October 14, 2004

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