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

Bryan, surprisingly how fast four years goes by.....i lost touch and I hope your family, marissa and the little angel are well, as well as "O" the others who were closer to you than some of us, but were there in the beginning! RIP gump, thanks for watching out for me...

cpd
95th

January 8, 2009

Thinking of you and your family this day.

Maryland Citizen

January 6, 2009

4 years to this day that your life was taken away, while doing something you loved. Continue to look over the family. You will never be forgotten, and forever in my heart.
In valor there is hope

Bucks. vs. Texas 21-24 so close!! :(

Anonymous

January 6, 2009

Bryan,

Another year is gone and I still find it hard to belive that you are no longer with us. I just wanted to thank you for watching over me this last year. You are gone but I will never forget.

Semper Fi
Love ya

Sgt O'Donnell
Dept. Of Veterans Affairs Police

January 6, 2009

Bryan
On the fourth anniversary of your EOW know that you and your daughter are in my prayers

Mark
Brother Officer Retired

January 6, 2009

I can't believe that it was four years ago today that you were taken from us. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of you. Rest easy, Bryan.

Detective Jody Frederick
Columbus, Ohio Police

January 6, 2009

you are not forgotten buddy.... GOD BLESS!

President Jim Gilbert
Fraternal Order of Police,Capital City Lodge #9, Columbus, Ohio

January 6, 2009

Thinking of you today and honoring your memory. The detailed events of 1-6-05 will forever be in my mind. Bless all your "brothers" in the CPD and keep them safe as they protect and serve.

With love,
Sherri

Sherri A. Marzick
Mother-in-Law

January 6, 2009

Finally the coward will get what is coming to him!!!
Rest in peace and God bless the Hurst family and the brave men and women of the Columbus Police Department.

Boomer

January 6, 2009

Please know you have not been forgotten over the holidays! I sent my annual donation to COPS to have an ornament with your name placed on the memorial tree...small gesture for such a huge sacrifice on your part. I continue to honor your memory as the anniversary of your EOW approaches. Continue to watch over all your brothers in blue and your family.

With love,
Sherri

Sherri A. Marzick
Mother-in-Law

December 31, 2008

Bryan,

Soon it will be 4 years since you were taken from your family and friends. I still think about you! The sparkle in your eyes told me you truly lived your life to the fullest. Although I don't see Malia alot now, I did get a picture of her the other day and she is beautiful. I really miss not seeing her every week, but she is such a great little girl.
I will always remember you and never forget what you did for the people at the bank that day. You will always be a Hero. I will stop by and see you soon.

Theresa

December 26, 2008

Bryan, please know that you are not forgotten. Merry Christmas, enjoy your front seat view up there.

Heather
Ross County Ohio Deputy Sheriff

December 25, 2008

merry christmas brian.....

Ret. Cpd

December 24, 2008

been a long time since i dropped a line but wanted to say happy thanksgiving gump.....

Ret. Cpd
CPD

November 26, 2008

HURST,

Another Marine Corps Birthday and Veterans Day goes by.

You are gone but never forgotten.

Still unbelievable.

Brandon

November 11, 2008

Bryan,

I don't think there has been a day that has gone by since I rode in your memory with the police unity tour that I have not thought of you. You will always be in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless you, your family and friends.

Ofc. William Styskal
West Caldwell PD, NJ

October 30, 2008

I think of you so often with Ohio State football in full swing. I can hear you cheering O-H-I-O from heaven. Please know how much I cherish your memory.
With Love,
Sherri

Sherri A. Marzick RN
Mother-in-Law

October 13, 2008

We will NEVER forget
We will ALWAYS remember your sacrifice
We will ALWAYS keep your memory alive

Surviver

October 4, 2008

MOST WILL MOVE ON AND FORGET

SOME WILL REMEMBER WHEN THEY HEAR YOUR NAMR OR STORY

CLOSE FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND THE LIVES YOU SAVED THAT DAY WILL KEEP YOUR MEMORY ALIVE

Anonymous

September 15, 2008

Bryan
today i remember all the people who die for us. Just like you. I think about you all the time. It still feels like yesterday when i heard the news. Keep watching over us. You will be forever in my heart

Love,
Mel

Melory Guillot
Cousin

September 11, 2008

Just thinking of you today. I just found out I am getting promoted and switching branches. At first I was not going to leave my safe bank branch b/c I was scared of something bad happening. But then I realzed you went down fighting and If I don't go and turn down this promotion as a branch manager then I would not be fighting and giving up instead. You did not give up on us that day and b/c of that I have to suck it up and go on and take the job. I can't let one bad person hold me back. Please keep an eye out on my branch. Thanks again,

~H~

Anonymous

August 20, 2008

Thinking of you and the sacrifice that you made.

Love you always

Surviver that tragic day

August 7, 2008

400/292

O
CPD

August 5, 2008

Dear Bryan,
As the horror of Officer Joshua Miktarian is played over and over on tv, I relive the horror of January 6,2005. There are so many similarities. Please welcome Officer Miktarian into heaven and send blessings to his wife and young daughter. You will forever be a hero and missed. Continue to watch over all of us from above. Keeping you close to my heart forever.

Love,
Sherri

Sherri A. Marzick
Mother-in-Law

July 16, 2008

Bryan,

Sorry I havent wrote lately. Wanted to let you know that Jim Gilbert had a plaque made up to commemorate your shadowbox. We are going to have it placed in the FOP bar, that way everyone can have a beer with you while they are there.

I'm sorry to hear the bank is closing. If they want to dedicate that picture and plaque to the FOP, I'll ask Jim to see if it can be portrayed next to our shadowbox. You'll be the first one to have their own wall in the bar. Anyway, I'll do better to keep in touch.

Rest in peace brother, we'll get it from here!!

Ward
CPD

July 15, 2008

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