Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Amy Lynn Donovan

Austin Police Department, Texas

End of Watch Sunday, October 31, 2004

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Reflections for Police Officer Amy Lynn Donovan

Still remembering, still praying...God bless


September 12, 2014

Mother's Day is tomorrow. Last Mother's Day we had with you I bought you a giant flower in a pot balloon. What I wouldn't give to do that again. The years have gone by and life continues to march on. So many things I never thought I would have to go through with out you. I'm married now. He never gets to know you. That's hard. Almost ten years and sometimes it's hard to believe this is our life now. You would be so proud of Chase...and Dad. I saw a picture of Chase golfing. I immediately though of you. Years ago I took him mini golfing for the first time. He got a hold in one. That must have been you. Over the years I have read the reflections... All of them. Multiple times. I'm grateful for those who still visit. Tens years and OKLEO still keeps you in his thoughts. Keeps your memory alive just like we do. Love and miss you today as I did yesterday and will tomorrow. Wish you were here.


May 10, 2014

I just want Christopher to know we still love Amy and haven't forgotten him!! I am so sorry! U can reach out to us, in my heart u r still family and we love u! God bless

irene luckina

March 27, 2014

Dear Amy,

It is my pleasure to have had the honor to know you through Terry and Chase. Chase was in the same kindergarten class as my son. They were and still are friends despite their distance now. Thanks Terry! I still remember the first day of kindergarten and seeing your little boy smiling and ready for his big day! You were there! Dad right by his side, of course. From the first day I met them, I could see the love Terry has for you just by his actions. No words needed. Thinking of you tonight as I look through old pictures of Chase and Kade. I made a dvd for Terry on father's day a few years back. Maybe it was you that inspired me to do that. Thanks for being you and know that you are an inspiration!

Jennifer Beach

February 16, 2014

Thinking of you and your family tonight and praying for their solace and peace in their hearts. You are not forgotten.

Phyllis Lasater Loya
mom of fallen officer Larry Lasater

February 10, 2014

Thank you officer Donovan for your service. I will say a pray for you tonight and for your family.

Jim O'Brien
Nephew of Officer Joe O'Brien EOW 12/24/1968

October 31, 2013

Still praying for you and yours... God bless



September 22, 2013

Think of me as living in the hearts of those I touched, for nothing loved is ever lost and I was loved so much.

Terry, Chase, Christopher, Annie, Amanda

June 4, 2013

Love and miss you. Wish you were here.


May 17, 2013

Attended police week in DC for Jaime, another friend at APD we lost. I walked over and made a rub of your name on the wall to. I want you to know that we have not forgotten, and still miss you very much. God Speed to both my friends.

Austin PD

May 16, 2013

We never forget you Baby

Terry, Chase, Christopher, Annie, Amanda

April 1, 2013

Merry Christmas sister...still Praying for you and your family.


December 25, 2012

Holidays...never the same....our heart to your soul


December 24, 2012

rest in peace

pfc jon pease
CMPD-Retired B.P.D.

October 31, 2012

Know that you are loved


October 31, 2012

Thank you for your sacrifice Ofc Donovan, we haven't forgotten and we never will.

Austin PD

October 31, 2012

Happy Birthday Baby.....


October 13, 2012

Still praying for your family, god bless.



October 10, 2012

To Officer Donavan's family. My heart breaks for your loss. I am grateful there are people like Amy serving and protecting us.


July 3, 2012

Know that we always love you and as Mother's Day comes upon us.... we appreciate the time that you had with us and the love that you gave us.

Terry, Chase, Amanda,Annie and Christopher


May 13, 2012

Thank-you. Rest in Peace.

1st Lt. Stephen A. Joy #980
Prince George's County Police Department, Maryland

April 8, 2012

Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.

John 15:13, NIV

Chaplain Jeff Billingsley
Badges that Care United, Oklahoma City OK

April 6, 2012

Thank god, we're all a little safer with trash like him removed from this world. Don't feel bad Terry, we're all smiling with you. Still praying for you guys, now and always.



March 21, 2012

I remember hearing somewhere that grief was like a tidal wave. It hits you hard, knocks you off your feet. Slowly the waves get a little smaller... the grief becomes a little less consuming but its always there. Then out of no where, no matter how long it has been it comes back. It hits you just as hard as it did the first time. It leaves you gasping for air all over again. My wave just came. Just as I have in the past I will get back up and continue on with life. A life I wish more than anything you were here to enjoy with us. A life that I hope is at least making you proud. I love and miss you.


March 19, 2012

Heard the news and all I can say is “what goes around comes around.” Looks like for once justice prevailed in its own way. I hope the Donovan family can now have some type of closure for their loss.

Terry: don’t hate to find satisfaction in the death of the man who caused her death, because if he was a human being then he would have acted with sense in society instead of being a plague upon it.

Rest in peace Amy, I frequently think of you and your own. You are missed even by people who never got the pleasure of knowing you while you were here.


March 18, 2012

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