Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Bryan Scott Hurst

Columbus Division of Police, Ohio

End of Watch Thursday, January 6, 2005

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Reflections for Police Officer Bryan Scott Hurst

Happy Birthday Bryan. Thank you.

P.O. Robert Sagle #2254
Columbus Ohio Division of Police

April 15, 2011

Happy Birthday brother, look down upon us on Sunday as we hold the poker tournament in your honor!

Ward
Columbus Division of Police

April 15, 2011

SEMPER FI MARINE.

2401
CPD

January 6, 2011

Always my hero, Bryan. Will place lighted blue candles in my windows tonight in honor of all the fallen brothers in blue. Keep watching over us...and kiss my Mom today for me!
Love you always!!! Know you and Woody had good seats for that sweet OSU victory!!!

Sherri

Sherri A. Marzick
Mother-in-Law

January 6, 2011

Hard to believe it has been 6 years since that tragic day.. I often wonder where you would be within the Division with our class/ years of service hitting 14 years this past Nov. We honored you yesterday at Crime Stoppers Bless the Badge..the girls from the bank attended and haven't forgotten your actions that day. Keep watching over us... Your not forgotten buddy...

Jim Gilbert
President FOP Lodge 9

January 6, 2011

Thinking of you. Hope you liked the ornament. I will not forget.

Theresa

January 5, 2011

Tomorrow marks the 6th anniversary of your EOW. It is hard to believe, Bryan. Every day I honor you and your sacrifice. My office still has a small section devoted to all honors bestowed upon you related to your sacrifice. You will forever be a hero in my heart. I know you are proud of Detective Marissa and smart, beautiful Malia. She will always be your legacy. Continue to watch over all your brothers/sisters in blue, and the rest of us. Give my Mom, Zoe, and Skyler a kiss for me.

Sherri A. Marzick
Mother-in-Law

January 5, 2011

Will never forget what you did that day, you will forever be my hero

Melory

January 3, 2011

Still thinking of you... please take care of Suzanne and help watch over her family, friends and coworkers.

We miss you you.

Anonymous

January 3, 2011

Hard to believe that another year has just about gone by. I always think about you and your bravery, but I was especially thinking about you today as a Clark County Deputy was killed. Please continue to watch over us, the Deputy and all of her co-workers. We know that you are an angel on our shoulders.

Robert Sagle #2254
Columbus Ohio Division of Police

January 2, 2011

Thanks, Gump, for watching over us all. Good lookin' out! I promise that we've not forgotten. We never will.

Sgt Michael B. Smith
CPD

December 31, 2010

Merry Christmas Bryan

Love you, miss you

Angie

Anonymous

December 25, 2010

Thinking of you during this holiday season and remembering how you enjoyed all Malia's toys. Your sacrifice is never forgotten. I have your photo badge that Joy gave me in my car visor and your mini Columbus badge too. is a tribute Please kiss Zoe for me and tell her Freckles is enjoying being the "Head Hound". Continue to watch over all of us here, Bryan. Meena joins you in heaven now too so you have more company.

Sherri A. Marzick
Mother-in-Law

December 14, 2010

I am thankful and will always be thankful for you. I still have your badge from your funeral at my desk, and when people ask me about it I tell them you are my hero, and it reminds me that life is way too short....

Heather

November 26, 2010

Thinking of you today Bryan and how "Thankful" I am that you were who you were. There are several of us that would not be here had it not been for you! I send my thanks and loving wishes to you today!

Andrea

Andrea

November 25, 2010

I will never forget what you did that day.

Anonymous

November 17, 2010

Semper Fi, Marine! I know you are celebrating the Corps' birthday today, just as we are all remembering you down here. You are missed beyond words.

Anonymous

November 10, 2010

Bryan and I were not much more than rookies, and although we were not actually partners, were working a car together. We had returned to the substation, which was little more than a glorified closet, for dinner. As we were eating, the senior officer on the precinct (let's just call him Klisines)came in to use the restroom. He asked if we would watch his gunbelt as he did so. Bryan tells him, "Sure, no problem."

Officer Klisines removed his belt and left it on a table. Our gunbelts aren't like a normal belt-- the buckle stays on it, and a hook attaches to the back of the buckle. To remove it, we don't unbuckle, we unhook it. So, instead of deciding how tight to cinch it each time we put it on, the gunbelt stays the same length.

While Klisines was in the restroom, Bryan got up and moved the buckle, making it tighter. He then resumed eating. Out comes Klisines, and sure enough, he just automatically tried to put on his now too-tight gunbelt, just like any of us would have. It was hilarious to watch as Klisines struggled unsuccessfully to get it hooked.

I once left my hat in the substation, and although I was never able to prove it, I believe Bryan was the one that filled it with water and put it in the freezer. I'm not sure if Bryan figured it out, but when he later made the mistake of leaving his hat, another officer and I removed his hatbadge and ran Bryan's hat up the flag pole.

Semper Fi, Gump!

Anonymous

November 7, 2010

Just thinking about you this morning. We miss you and thank you greatly for your sacrifice. Give Zoe a smooch for me.

Marissa

October 6, 2010

All the Marines of CPD are getting together soon at the academy for a Picture. We will make sure you are represented. Semper FI

Fellow Marine
CPD

October 1, 2010

Dear Bryan,
A great day for OSU football! I know you will continue cheering on the Buckeyes this year. You and Woody sit together and give the OH-IO from the best seats of all. Continue to watch over us. Miss you always.

Sherri

Sherri A. Marzick

September 11, 2010

Hi Bryan,
Just wanted to let you know I have not forgotten you or the huge sacrifice you made. Malia has your dimple. You would be very proud of her and Marissa. Continue to watch over all of us. My respect for law enforcement is forever strengthened because of you.

Sherri A. Marzick
Mother-in-Law

August 20, 2010

Thinking about you!! Thanks for all you've done!!

Anonymous

July 25, 2010

Thinking of you today. You would be amazed on how many people we ask now to remove their hats in the bank lobby for the protection of customers and employees and the customers yell at us!!! I want to scream at them and say hey bank robberies do happen and they don't always have a good ending. Thank you for being our hero and I am really sorry you left to early in life. I think of you often..

July 23, 2010

Funny how life plays out Brian...Its short and aways changing...A hero never surrenders Sir!

Jones
CPD (Ret) 95th

July 13, 2010

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