Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer James Melvin Feltis, III

United States Department of Defense - Pentagon Force Protection Agency, U.S. Government

End of Watch Monday, February 14, 2005

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Reflections for Police Officer James Melvin Feltis, III

My family would like to send our heartfelt sympathies to the family, friends, & fellow co-workers of P.O. James M. Feltis II.
You're in our thoughts and prayers. May God watch over all the brave men and women in law
enforcement who put their lives on the line everyday as they serve & protect their communitites.
Your job is a difficult one and we truly appreciate all you do. God bless each & everyone of you.

Gail M Pabst
Aunt of fallen detroit P.O. Jennifer Fettig eow 2-16-04

February 14, 2005

Rest in peace Brother James, you are a true hero and will never be forgotten for your service and courage.

Son of G. Truman Wortham EOW 7/15/73

Assistant Chief Carl Wortham Retired
Sand Springs Okla Police Department

February 14, 2005

My prayers go out to the family of Officer Feltis. May he rest in peace.

Reserve Deputy Sheriff Shane Beener
Kitsap County SHeriff's Department, Washington State

February 14, 2005

Upon the markers of their graves
Our heroes etched in names we save
For all the life they gave with pride
To keep the peace within life's stride

To honor serve and do their best
To keep us safe through any quest
They gave up what was theirs to share
Their spirits shall be always near

No fear within the hearts and minds
To keep us safe within our times
The glory that is ours to see
Those special hearts of bravery

They have walked where no man dare
Their lives in danger with no care
For they have given all they could
For their courage we have stood

In awe of every one who gave
His life for others who they saved
So we will know their contribution
Their firm resolve and resolution

For those they left with hearts so broken
In every whispered word that's spoken
We bow our heads in confirmation
In every word life's revelation

Those who stand within their shoes
Will follow courage as they choose
And give to all the best they had
They carry on with spirits glad

We will know that they walked through
With colors bright and hearts so true
No Island stands alone they say
For heroes they are born this way

Protecting those with loyalty
A glimpse of so much royalty
Within the years of courage bound
These officers have earned their crown

Upon the earth we shall remember
The special goals and all their thunder
That proves a hero came our way
Who left their hearts on earth to stay.

~ Francine Pucillo ~
(c)Copyright November 16, 2004
In Memory of all those lost in the line
of fire with courage, strength and love.


ASST.CHIEF BILL (PUTT) LINDER E.O.W. 10/10/04

CHIEF BILLY CUREINGTON
WISNER POLICE DEPT. WISNER,LOUISIANA

February 14, 2005

Jim,

You will be missed not only by myself but the whole department and your family. You were a friend and an asset to our department. G-d rest your soul and may you watch over us as guardians of the 'gon.

Police Officer ARM
Pentagon Police

February 14, 2005

My department recently had an officer tranfer to the Pentagon Police department. From the officers of the Camp Parks (DoD)Police department to the friends and family of officer Feltis, you have deepest respect and sincere gratitude. Rest in peace, brother we'll take it from here.

Cpl Chad Watson
Camp Parks Police Dept

February 14, 2005

I would like to extend my condolences to Officer Feltis' family and friends, and to the men and women of the Pentagon Police Department. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time of tragedy. Rest in peace Officer Feltis, your duty here is done.

Deputy Sheriff
Butte County Sheriff's Office

February 14, 2005

God bless you and your family. Thank you for the work you did to make our community safer, and our thoughts and prayers for your family will not fade.

Anonymous

February 14, 2005

It saddens me to learn of another fallen brother. I have been following your situation since this tragic accident, and my prayers go out to you and your family. RIP.

T. Violette
CIA Police Langley, VA

February 14, 2005

My deepest thoughts go to your family, friends, and co-workers during this difficult time. You deserve a deep debt of gratitude for your service.
Salute.

P.O.-Michigan

February 14, 2005

True warrior. A grateful nation mourns.

Patrolman
New Castle County Police - New Castle Delaware

February 14, 2005

Rest in Peace.

Explorer Chris Chappell
Maryland State Police

February 14, 2005

TO: The family; loved ones; friends and department members: A POLICE OFFICER’S PRAYER:--- O, gentle Lord ! Keep the day/night watch with me. As I begin my tour of duty, I ask your protection from all mental, physical and spiritual harm. Sustain me with the knowledge that I am doing your work, endeavoring to keep peace among your people. Help me to be just as I enforce the law without prejudice or favor to anyone. May I be courageous but not reckless in carrying out my duties. Let me respond to all calls with haste realizing that so many are dependent upon me for life and safety. Support me with your consoling power when I am tempted to think no one really cares and that I am taken for granted. Sustain in me the conviction that so many thousands do care and are grateful for my presence. Grant that I may be loyal to my partner and my fellow officers, and that I may back them up effectively when called upon for assistance. Lord, I ask that I may return safely, after my tour of duty, to my loved ones and those who love me. I pray that I may be a good and honorable police officer; and after my tour of duty is over here on earth, may I enjoy the peace and happiness of heaven that you have promised to those who serve you well. AMEN. *** REST IN PEACE *** Sent to you by the father of Detective J.D.Koeppen, Raleigh North Carolina; Trooper D.C.Koeppen, New Jersey State Police and Patrolman A.M.Koeppen, Wilmington North Carolina.

Chief (retired) Douglas A. Koeppen
Washington New Jersey

February 14, 2005

Although you were'nt part of our immediate Alexandria Police Family, you will be remembered and honored as one of our own.

We grieve the lost of our fallen brother and honor the life he lived and the family he leaves behind.

May god bless your soul as he takes you home. Jim, we'll miss you.

Police Officer
Alexandria Police Department

February 14, 2005

“REMEMBER ME”
Law enforcement officers are, indeed, a special breed of people. Ask anyone on the street and they will tell you that they would not have our jobs for anything in the world. It takes something special to do what we do and at the same time be able to even contemplate retirement. We try to be optimists. Unfortunately, there are a few of us who will never make that date with retirement. By the very nature of our job, we are at risk everyday of losing our lives, either at the hand of some deranged individual or in some other situation that we, by virtue of our occupation, may be unable to avoid. Some people have recognized the hazardous duties we involve ourselves in, the risks we take, and the pride we take in accomplishing that job. There is National Law Enforcement Week, dedicated to us who gladly accept the responsibility of protecting the citizens in our respective jurisdictions. National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Day is dedicated to those who gave their lives in the line of duty. These are but a two examples of remembrances specifically for law enforcement personnel. Remembrances that come but once a year. We should remind fellow officers of another type of remembrance, one that will last a lifetime. Sooner or later, a doctor will pronounce us dead. It is inevitable. Regardless of whatever happens, death is the end we will all have to face.
“IT IS IN DEATH THAT WE CAN LIVE FOREVER”
Author Unknown

Jim Moore
New Orleans P.D., Retired

February 14, 2005

Officer Feltis,
Thank you for your dedicated service and sacrifice for the citizens of this Country.

R.I.P.
Anonymous

February 14, 2005

To the family, friends and co-workers my prayers go out to you. I wish there were words that I could say to help you at this time, but as we all know there is nothing. The only thing that help me was knowing that Clint loved being a police officers, and I bet Officer Feltis loved it also.
Officer Feltis your family will miss you everyday, but we will never forget you.
Look Clint up for me tell him that I sure miss him. You both are walking God's beat now, so watch over all of us here...

Connie Barker
Mother of Clint Walker E.O.W. 1-14-04

February 14, 2005

May Officer Feltis rest in peace. he is a man of courage and we all should be proud of the positive figure he was here on earth. Officer Feltis has a new home now called Heaven. His job is finished and his rewards are many. God Bless his family.

Chief Roger Green
Kibler Police Department Kibler Arkansas

February 14, 2005

I am very saddened to see another unnecessay death, thus adding another name to this website. My thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and co-workers of Officer Feltis, may he rest in peace.

Linda Lamm - LEO Wife and Sister of
Jay Balchunas EOW 11/05/04

February 14, 2005

Yet another officer died in the line of duty our hearts and prayers goes out to the family of Officer Feltis. "Blessed are the peacemeakers for they shall be called sons of God"

Explorer

February 14, 2005

God bless you sir and may you RIP my brother well take it from here my prayers go out to your wife daughter co workers and friends and the rest of your family

Reserve Deputy/D.O Doug Crisp
Lyon County sheriff dept kansas

February 14, 2005

We grieve at the loss of our brother officer. We pray that God may grant his loved ones peace and strength in thier time of loss and sadness.Rest easy brother we have the watch.

Cpl. R.D. Riddle
U.S. Dept. of Defense Police - NAVSTA NORVA

February 14, 2005

Rest in Peace, Brother. Your service and sacrifice will never be forgotten. The sword has once again been passed and we will continue to carry it until we, too, are called Home to walk a beat in Paradise.

Watch over all of those you leave behind and keep them from danger. Help them to find the strength that they will need to carry on in your absence. Let them find peace in knowing that you have gone to a better place to serve the Almighty, however that might be.

Protect your brothers and sisters in blue as they strive to face evil on a daily basis, as you and those who were called before you did.

Godspeed!

A Squad
Woodbridge PD CT

February 14, 2005

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