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

Rest in Peace Officer Sollman. We salute you for your service, honor your life, bravery and courage. You are now 10-42 Sir!

melissa smock
friend of Jake Laird EOW 8/18/04

March 26, 2005

Semper Fi, I see you at the gates soon

Former U.S. Marine 8th tank bat. 4th.
Trooper J.E. Blanco Ret. (disabled in the line of duty May 2nd 1992.)

Trooper J.E. Blanco
Florida Highway Patrol

March 26, 2005

Farewell Brother. You served your country well. Rest now and we'll take it from here. Be assured your loved ones are not alone for we are but a
phone call away.

Bob Johnson VA-VI

Bob Johnson U.S. Marshal's (Ret'd)
Blue Knights International Police Assn.

March 26, 2005



March 26, 2005

a peice of us wemt with you... :(

March 26, 2005

My family would like to send our heartfelt sympathies to the family, friends, & fellow co-workers of P.O. Jesse Sollman. 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 communities. 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

March 26, 2005

Rest in peace brother. We will always continue to fight the good fight.


March 26, 2005

Rest in Peace...Semper Fi..

Police Officer
Syracuse Police Dept,NY

March 26, 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

March 26, 2005

This is a terrible tragedy. Jesse was a man who put it all out on the line everyday for the citizens of the City of Easton. He was truly a cop's cop. A man that gave you a great sense of security knowing he was out there. This is the saddest day for all of us here in the Lehigh Valley area. Our sincere condolences to Jesse's family and to his brother officers in the Easton Police Department. May God bless you and your family. Rest in peace brother.

Pennsylvania State Police

March 26, 2005

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