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

:Dear Bryan:

So sorry to have missed your birthday, I'm sure it was a happy one, my intentions were good even though late, I know you are happy up there with God


Doris Marzick(no rank)
Grandma Doris

April 18, 2012

Time flies Bro...I hope all appreciates the moments they have....

Det. Daniel R. Jones #2079 (Med. Ret)
Columbus Ohio Division of Police, 95th Recruit Class)

March 25, 2012

I thought of you on January 6th. Honoring you on your EOW 7th anniversary, and every day. You are an excellent role model for your fellow officers. Continue to watch over all of us, and kiss my Mom and Zowie for me up there in heaven.

Sherri A. Marzick

January 10, 2012

'Well done good and faithful servant' You led by example. Thank you and continue to watch over your fellow Marines and Police Officers.

Sergeant David F. Ross (CPD retired)
City of Columbus, Division of Police

January 7, 2012

Thank you Bryan. God Bless you and your family. I still cannot believe that it happened, or that it has been this long. You are never forgotten.

P.O. Robert Sagle #2254
City of Columbus, Division of Police

January 6, 2012

Thinking of you and your family today on this seventh anniversary date. They are in my thoughts and prayers, Bryan, you will never be forgotten and may you continue to rest in peace.

Phyllis Loya
Mom of fallen California Officer Larry Lasater, Pittsburg PD, eow 4/24/05

January 6, 2012

7 years ago today Officer Hurst saved my life.. I will never forget what he did for me and the other surviors on that cold January morning. Time has passed and I can still relive that day like it just happen. I can picture it all out and wish I could have done something different to Daryl when he was walking in the front doors and approached me.... I thank you Bryan for taking action and protecting us... Because of you I truley believe you saved my life. I think of you, and your family all of the time. Thank you Bryan, Thank you Bryan.... Please keep being my guardian angel....


January 6, 2012

On this day, seven years ago, Bryan lost his life defending mine and several others. I will never be able to put into words how grateful I am to Bryan or how sorrowful I am that he lost his life defending us. There is not a day that goes by that I don’t think about it and wish that things could have been different.
While I am forever changed by this I will always remember Bryan and all the officers who put their lives on the line every day, even when the risk is not apparent, to defend us.
Thank you Bryan – I will always be grateful!

Michelle A Johnson
Bank Employee

January 6, 2012

It was an honor to work with you on 14 pct. R.I.P. Brother

P.O. Terry Carter (retired)

January 6, 2012

We are thinking of you Gump. Thanks for watching over us !!!

Keith Ferrell Officer
Fellow CPD Brother

January 5, 2012

We still remember what you did that day that caused the world to loose you!

April (citizan)

January 5, 2012

Thought of you often over the holidays knowing your EOW anniversary is approaching. Time never heals the pain of your loss. I continue to honor you and your sacrifice.

With love,

Sherri A. Marzick

January 3, 2012

Merry Christmas Bryan


December 24, 2011

Man how time flies.....

Ofc. Dnaiel Jones#2079 (Med. Ret)
Fellow 95th Recruit Class

Ofc. Daniell Jones#2079 (Med. Ret) Fello
Columbus, Ohio Division of Police

December 3, 2011

Happy 236th Birthday Marine.

Semper Fi!


November 10, 2011

Not a day passes that I do not think of you, especially during Ohio State football season. I recently came across the picture we had taken in our OSU shirts, me, Malia, and some friends. My forensic nursing was a small tribute to you. Continue to watch over all of us, and know that you are always close to my heart.

With love,

Sherri A. Marzick

October 12, 2011

I think of you often as I ride my bicycle past the 5/3rd Bank on Broad. I pray for your widow and your little girl as I know its hard for them down here, with your sacrifice. I also pray for the other folks affected by your death. The police in particular because I think they have a really, really hard job everyday. Thank you sir for doing your job and keeping the bad guys away. I know its not easy at all, but a job that has to be done. I appreciate your time in the Corp also, as my son did the same thing in the Army in Afghanistan, and I did a long time ago in the Navy.
Thank You Sir for your gift of life.

rod reynolds

August 14, 2011

Did a ride along with one of your co workers and thought of you even though I did not personally know you...but your not forgotten.


July 20, 2011

I sit here today remembering being at your funeral. It was so touching and you could feel the love and the respect for you from everywhere. I remember reflecting on my own life and thinking how short life can be and how quickly life can be taken from any one of us. I did not know you personally. Just a familiar name to me. However, I feel that I was able to get to know you through all those that clearly loved and respected you so much. You made me take pause and to aspire to be a better person by just being you. You have left such a tremendous mark on my heart. And today, like many days since you left us, I take pause and remember you. I thank you for inspiring me to be a better person and a better officer by your example. You showed the strength and courage we all hope to have within us if faced with a critical incident and I am proud to call you my brother in blue! Rest in Peace Bryan, your memory is in my heart, always!

Ofc. Melissa Adkins #1524
Columbus Police

May 17, 2011

Thanks for watching over the officers that were shot yesterday morning...we love you and miss you!


May 1, 2011

2057----happy birthday brother----we miss you!

jim gilbert

April 15, 2011

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!

Columbus Division of Police

April 15, 2011



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 A. Marzick

January 6, 2011

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