Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Jesse Erick Sollman

Easton Police Department, Pennsylvania

End of Watch Friday, March 25, 2005

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Reflections for Police Officer Jesse Erick Sollman

Early this morning, I had a nightmare of that horrible day where you were taken from us and died in my arms. I will NEVER forget you my friend. Until we meet again...

SGT Dominick Marraccini (Retired)
Easton Police Department

June 12, 2020

Rest in heavenly peace

Mark Mottola

March 25, 2020

Thinking of you.


March 25, 2020

Easter always reminds me of you. We saw you last the week before Easter.
I can never get over the biblical name that Jesse translates to.
I’ll never forget you dancing with me at my sweet 16. I had never seen you cry in my life before that. I truly understood how much you truly loved us/me. I pray for you, and your family every night.

Giselle Gargiulo
Sister & God daughter

March 24, 2020

Where does the time go? Jesse, on this day 15 years ago you called me, you told me to come see you, it was important and you needed to speak to me. Little did I know, that “I love you Gi.” would be the last words I heard you speak. I’ll never forget it, to this day, I wish I drove up to see you on this day 15 years ago. Tomorrow we share a Guinness, Sadly, Nothing Can ever bring you back to us. Your legacy never ceases to amaze me. I’d give just about anything just to feel your embrace one last time. There is definitely a hole in my heart, since u have been gone. I see 56 everywhere, I hope that’s you.
I love you so much.

Love Gigi

Giselle Gargiulo BA, MBA, PMP

March 24, 2020

Happy Birthday!!

I miss not being able to say it in person.

Love you,

John R. Sollman

December 3, 2019

Rest in peace Officer Sollman.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

May 23, 2019

This day, the day before Good Friday, is the last day I had with you. I will always remember our special friendship my dayshift partner. I will love you and miss you forever.

Det. Jean Dubbs (Ret.)
Easton Police Department

April 18, 2019

Today and every day you are deeply missed.

Father's Wife

March 25, 2019

Happy belated birthday, and Merry Christmas. ❤️


December 25, 2018

Belated Birthday wishes my son. I find it harder and harder to come to this page and read the reflections of your friends and family. You are 50 years old by age, but you will never be older than the man we remember. Full of laughter, love of life, thoughtful concern for others, and a deep love for your family. Savannah and Jacob are doing well, but you already know that. Christmas is coming, and tomorrow I am going to get a nice pine blanket for you. In the winter when the ground is cold I get really upset thinking about you. I know you are not there. I know God has you in his hand. I know Heaven's scene is safe because its guarded by you, a United States Marine. Jesse we really miss you. God Bless.

Lt Charles Hentz, Retired
Phila. PD

December 15, 2018

12-4-1968 – 3-25-2005

I can’t picture you being 50, you are forever young.

Rest in peace my brother. ❤ God Father

Always missed never forgotten xoxo


Giselle Gargiulo
Sister/ God Daughter

December 4, 2018

12-4-1968 – 3-25-2005

I can’t picture you being 50, you are forever young.

Rest in peace my brother. ❤ God Father ❤️

Always missed never forgotten xoxo


Giselle Gargiulo
Sister/ God Daughter

December 4, 2018

Happy Birthday!!

The big Five-Oh. :-)

Wish you were here, as there's no one to pick on.


December 3, 2018

i miss you more and more with every day that passes. Wish you could be here, life just isn't the same without you. Missing my niece and nephew.
Love you always. xoxo

Giselle Gargiulo

July 15, 2018

You were with me tonight. I still think of you.

Savannah (Sollman) Radogna

July 1, 2018

You're the reason I joined LE. You were there for me when I was 6 yo and my dad died. You made me feel safe and secure. You taught me a very important part of the job. Thank you, rest in peace brother.

Sgt. A. Andrews

April 20, 2018

Jes, Spent the afternoon of March 25th with the guy's at Plainfield drinking and reminiscing. Then I sent the photo's of us to your dad so that he would know we do not forget. It was a cold and miserable day, but the Jesse stories kept us warm with laughter. Savannah is doing great at Penn State and I know you are looking on with pride. Jacob is finishing high school and also doing well. We miss those hugs every day. Love you son

Phila Pd.

April 6, 2018

Semper Fi Brother.

SDS Mark McCormack
NYPD Retired

March 25, 2018

Rest In Peace Brother LEO. Thank you and your family for your sacrifice and service to this country.

Officer Mike Robinson (Ret)
Upland Police Dept. CA

March 25, 2018

Today I left a reflection for yet another Officer who has been sent to heaven. I am heartbroken. I would like Jesse's father, the rest of his family, friends, coworkers to know that I think of him and pray for all of you every day. I can't believe it has been 13 years since I got that terrible phone call. I still vividly remember the last time I saw him, his smile, his warm hug. I am so sorry for all of you, and for everyone who never got to meet perhaps the nicest person they would ever know. Please know that I will continue to speak his name, JESSE ERICK SOLLMAN , so that he will never be forgotten. Love and peace to all of you.

Ilona Allen

March 8, 2018

Happy belated birthday. Ya woulda been 49; an olde person or something like that. :-))
Goodness, that means I'm real old. :-(

John R

December 5, 2017

Thinking of you today. You have not been forgotten.

Bob Gordon
Father of Michael P. Gordon, EOW: 8\8\04

March 25, 2017

Always thinking of Jesse, his family, friends and coworkers.


January 17, 2017

Happy belated Birthday Jesse,
PoPs :)

John R Sollman

December 6, 2016

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