Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Brad Lee Schultz, Jr.

Riverview Police Department, Missouri

End of Watch Tuesday, December 14, 2004

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Reflections for Police Officer Brad Lee Schultz, Jr.

Been 15 years and still wish you was here love ya and mess ya

Brad Schultz

December 14, 2019

God has This Officer . Please do not disrepute or not respect. have respect for his friends. me being one of them...

Pia
#bradleeshultzlovedyourlifethankyou

January 14, 2019

Rest in peace Officer Schultz.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

January 9, 2019

Brad I sure do miss you brother, it's been 10 years and it feels like yesterday. I've been a sergeant these past 6 years at Riverview and 2 prior as a Corporal. The reason I say that buddy is because I have to help all these new guys coming in here and lead them there's not a day that doesn't go by that I don't think of you or mention you. I let them know the sacrifice you made that can never be repaid. We all miss you. Until we meet again brother. Rest easy we got it from here...

Sergeant
Riverview police (brother)

October 4, 2017

So brad as im sure you know another officer was laid to rest today. As this was going on we were saying our final good byes to a family member in the exact same spot we had to say bye to you in. It broke me down so bad. What was even harder is when i said i wss going to bring jayce to meet you and people told me no because of bad things happening at the cemetery. As im sure you know i had my first little boy in November he is so amazing and i widh you were here to meet him. Trust me he knows his uncle brad. Please watch over my little boy this world is out of control. All the hatred on peoples heart. The one thing about you is you never hated anyone. Couple months me and my boy will be lining our windows of our house with blue lights for you. Oh and you will be proud to know jd(first Halloween) will be a lion for Halloween your favorite time of year. I miss you as much as i did on that horrible December day.

Stacy
Friend

October 14, 2016

I use to live at Grosvenor.

Officer Brad Lee Schultz, Jr. was a Peace Keeper. Chief Medkiff or whatever the mf his name was did not like me. But Officer Brad did. I didn't like Kinlien or whatever the mf his name was either. Neither did Officer Schultz. Officer Schultz did not profile or none of that other shit. I pulled all the traffic citations as a Civilian so I know. Officer Brad Lee Schultz, Jr. was the ONLY Officer on the Riverview PD that I liked. He died assisting another jurisdiction in Bellefountaine so he served his purpose as an officer and as an extreme asset to racial relations. I am Black and probably was one of the undesirables that he was put on this earth to win over.

Civilian
Civilain

October 2, 2016

It's been awhile since I have been on here. I was reading all the comments and I am in tears. All the kind words everyone has said about Brad makes me smile and proud to have been his fiance. It's been 11 years and it still feels like it happened yesterday. I think about him often. Everyday actually. I still miss his laugh and his piercing blue eyes. I often wonder what would have been if he would have still been with us. He will always be my soulmate. I know I will see him again one day. I take comfort in keeping in touch with his mom and dad. They will always be considered my mom and dad too. Don't know what I would do without them. Staying in touch with them in a way keeps me close to Brad too. He is my angel in blue. Thank you all for the kind words.

lisa
fiance

January 10, 2016

I can't believe you have been gone for ten years. There is still not a day that goes by that I don't think about you. I got married in August and wished you were there to give me that dance you owed me. Days like today are still so hard. I get so angry that your gone from all of us. We miss the Saturday night game nights or the driveway talks. Would do anything just to hear your voice. I know that you are with us all but its not the same.

stacy
friend

December 14, 2014

Still thinking of that fateful morning. Miss you man and I am so heart broken.

Joe St. Clair
Former Bellefontaine Neighbors PD

October 7, 2014

When a Police Officer dies.


When a Police Officer is killed what does that mean?
A part of the worlds beliefs are gone, a part of our dreams.


One of our symbols of courage, security and a child’s hope is gone.
One of the people that were there when we needed them now won’t be there when things go wrong.


A husband or wife doesn’t come that day,
Or get another chance to hug a child and play.


A friend won’t be there when you need to talk,
a neighbor or is gone and we’re left to remember the walks.


A man or women taken from us all,
a person that stood up for us brave and tall.


It isn’t just losing a Police Officer, it’s more than that.
It’s someone we put our trust in someone that had our back.


So when a Police Officer is killed he or she will never really be gone.
Their fellow officers, friends and families live on, they stand tall and strong.

With their memories in mind, and strength from within,
that Police Officer lives on in every one of us again.

KW

Ken Wallingsford
Retired Law Enforcement

December 15, 2013

When a Police Officer dies.


When a Police Officer is killed what does that mean?
A part of the worlds beliefs are gone, a part of our dreams.


One of our symbols of courage, security and a child’s hope is gone.
One of the people that were there when we needed them now won’t be there when things go wrong.


A husband or wife doesn’t come that day,
Or get another chance to hug a child and play.


A friend won’t be there when you need to talk,
a neighbor or is gone and we’re left to remember the walks.


A man or women taken from us all,
a person that stood up for us brave and tall.


It isn’t just losing a Police Officer, it’s more than that.
It’s someone we put our trust in someone that had our back.


So when a Police Officer is killed he or she will never really be gone.
Their fellow officers, friends and families live on, they stand tall and strong.

With their memories in mind, and strength from within,
that Police Officer lives on in every one of us again.

KW

Retired
Retired Police Officer

December 15, 2013

When a Police Officer dies.


When a Police Officer is killed what does that mean?
A part of the worlds beliefs are gone, a part of our dreams.


One of our symbols of courage, security and a child’s hope is gone.
One of the people that were there when we needed them now won’t be there when things go wrong.


A husband or wife doesn’t come that day,
Or get another chance to hug a child and play.


A friend won’t be there when you need to talk,
a neighbor or is gone and we’re left to remember the walks.


A man or women taken from us all,
a person that stood up for us brave and tall.


It isn’t just losing a Police Officer, it’s more than that.
It’s someone we put our trust in someone that had our back.


So when a Police Officer is killed he or she will never really be gone.
Their fellow officers, friends and families live on, they stand tall and strong.

With their memories in mind, and strength from within,
that Police Officer lives on in every one of us again.

KW

Retired
Retired Police Officer

December 15, 2013

nine years today and it still hurts the same thinking of this day. I wish you were here everyday. Wish I could call ya up just to chat about nothing. everything today reminded me of you. from waking up to seeing ten police cars down the street to the big white bird I seen flying in the sky on my way home from dinner. Its the little things that make me smile but also make me miss you even more......oh and guess what you were right I would get married one day! Josh asked me to marry him on thanksgiving. It was one of the best moments of my life. I wish you were here to dance with me on the night of my wedding. but I know you will be waiting to dance with me one day in heaven cause you promised and owed me a dance. Love you and miss you like crazy.

stacy
friend

December 14, 2013

Every year around this time my heart hurts. I wish you were here to tell you happy birthday and just to hear you chuckle. you left us eight years ago and it seems like just yesterday we all were hanging out playing cards and laughing at each other! I would do anything to see your face again! You were the best friend a girl could have. I hope everyone has a brad in there lives. Love and miss you so much.

stacy
friend

December 1, 2012

sitting here thinking about you. Still miss you so much!

Stacy
Friend

October 14, 2012

Brad, I know your up there cheering for the cards! So your job is to make sure they win the world series!!!! I know you loved baseball and wish you were here cheering them on with us! Miss you everyday!!!

Stac

Stacy
Friend

October 19, 2011

Thinking of you today. I can't believe it has been 6 years, where has the time gone. You are thought of often. Missing you!!!

Anonymous

December 14, 2010

Brad I think of you almost everyday. You were such a great friend. I found some old pictures the other day that just brought back so many memories from the academy. It is so strange you are not here.

Anonymous

October 14, 2010

God you don't know how much I miss you! It has been a horriable long week and I could sure used you to listen. I miss you more and more!

Anonymous

June 5, 2010

Brad, you are gone but never forgotten. Everytime I drive at Lilac and Scenic, I always think of you. You were great and believe me brother, you are missed. God bless you.

Cpl Joe St. Clair
Bellefontaine Neighbors PD, Mo

February 12, 2010

Brad, Five years ago I lost the best friend that I wish everyone would get a chance to have. Everyday I think about you. I just want to call you up or stand outside and talk for hours! I hope your family is hanging in there on this day. Hopefully they are thinking about all the great memories they have of you. That is what will get me through today! I love you and miss you lots!

stacy
friend

December 15, 2009

Brad, it has been 5 long years since that fateful day. You are talked about and thought of all the time. We miss you and wish you were here. I will pray for you and your family. I miss you dude and think of you all the time.

Cpl Joe St. Clair
Bellefontaine Neighbors PD

December 14, 2009

It's been 5 years Brad and you are missed and thought of often.

Anonymous

December 14, 2009

Your heroism and service is honored today, the fifth anniversary of your death. Your memory lives and you continue to inspire. Thank you for your service. My cherished son Larry Lasater was a fellow police officer murdered in the line of duty on April 24, 2005 while serving as a Pittsburg, CA police officer.

I pray for solace for all those who love and miss you. Both the pain and pride are forever.

Phyllis Loya
mother of fallen officer Larry Lasater

December 14, 2009

Happy Birthday!

Stacy
Friend

December 6, 2009

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