Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Brian Steven Gregg

Newtown Borough Police Department, Pennsylvania

End of Watch Thursday, September 29, 2005

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Reflections for Police Officer Brian Steven Gregg

It’s 16 years, but we will never forget the smiling, bike-riding small town policeman who was taken from us so cruelly and senselessly. Rest In Peace, Officer Brian Gregg.


September 29, 2021

Rest In Peace always and know that your service and sacrifice are always remembered.

Detective Cpl/3 Steven Rizzo
Delaware State Police (Retired)

September 29, 2020

Closing in on 14 years, yet it seems like yesterday. I miss you still. Would love to hear your laugh once more. Just wanted to say that.

A friend
Friends Forever

September 19, 2019

Wonderful young man and officer. He continues to be missed in the Borough.

Diane and Bill
Borough resident

May 15, 2018

I remember you today, as I have remembered you every day. It is 10 years today that God called you home. I keep you and your family in my prayers daily. It was an honor and a blessing to be your friend.

a friend
who misses you

September 29, 2015

B, Here it is 9 years later & I still have a tear in my eye thinking about the night Mom called me in TN to tell me that you were gone. It seems like it was just yesterday we lost you. Life has gone on, but it's just not the same without our brother B. I often wonder how things would have been with you here still. Until we meet again.
All my Love,

Eileen Albanese

September 29, 2014

Brian, So I am in Doylestown today, driving past the Courthouse. I see police officers all around but it doesn't click as this is the County Courthouse. Two Officers cross in front of my vehicle as I sit at the traffic light. I know I recognize them, but I can't place from where. I wave at them as I do to all Officers, just like I did with you everyday. I come home and check the local news and there it is. Headline story. I did not know. I wish I did as I would have been there for your family. So I am sitting here, tears on my keyboard again, remembering and missing you terribly.

Still Heartbroken

October 18, 2013

we still miss you so much. your son is now taller than me. you now have many new nieces and nephews who read the book about you and know who you are even if they never saw you. love you - Ma

n gregg

May 15, 2013

Not a day goes by that I don't think about answering that first call from the ER reporting officers shot. May you rest in eternal peace.

C. Ryan Berridge ex-Disp 678
Bucks County 9-1-1

January 10, 2013

Another year has gone by. It seems so unfair. I pray for you and your family often. I have to tell you that I can now speak about you without choking on my own tears. Life does go on, but it will never be quite the same without you here with us.

A friend

September 30, 2012

I was just sitting here at my desk and was just thinking about you, I still can't beleave it has been 6 long years since that night. I still remember seeing you walking your beat and talking to the people on the street. That night we got the call i was sitting at the fire house and our pagers went off calling all us fire police out to help local PD with road closures, and free up Officers to look for your killer. The day of your funeral it was raining and cold, it was god crying on all of us that day. He felt like we all did, sad because we lost a brother,friend and fellow freedom fighter. We miss you everyday and we all think about you often. Bucks county lost a great Officer that day :(... God speed my friend

SSgt Eric J Kellogg
105th AW USAF/ Falls Twp PA Fire Police Officer

December 20, 2011

just thinking of you brother, wearing your pin since the 29th. every year i don't know when i should put it away. i am proud and sick at the same time when i answer questions about it and who was brian greg. i keep you picture next to chris' on my drawer and locker so i start my shift remembering whats really important, going home. tell chris i said hi.

Franklin County Cop
once upon a time

October 17, 2011

It's just a few hours until the moment 6 years ago you were taken from us. It's sad how your murderer gets a stay of execution but we all go on living without you here. May God bless all who loved you and grant them some sort of peace today. Someday, I know I will see you smile again. Love you & miss you...

Your Friend

September 29, 2011

may you forever rest in God's hand held close to his bosom. we can never repay. what a tgerrible loss

no one
no one

September 15, 2011

Brian, I was just sitting here at work and thinking about you. That scum bag is sentenced to death on the date he took your life. They say only the good die young. In your case this is so true. You sister tells me of the many things you did for her. What a great brother. I'll say good-by for now, just know you are still thought of.


August 29, 2011

Not too far away, another officer was senselessly taken from his family & friends. All the news coverage made me flash back to how it was when you were taken from us. Don't have any words of wisdom to comfort or share because it just took time to learn to live with the hole in my heart. The tears are still just welled up below the surface. Miss you, buddy.

Brian's friend

August 12, 2011

We tell your story Brother Gregg, so that others can honor you and in hopes that this never happens again.

You and your service to Newtown will never be forgotten. It was a pleasure serving along side of you.

Brian Ferry

June 30, 2011

Officer Gregg,

My wife and I are often reminded of your kindness and grace while you were in uniform here in town. My son was only 3 at the time of the horrible event that took your life, but the respect he currently shows toward men in uniform is most assuredly due to his interactions with you.

Thank you so much for being an officer that our town and, more importantly, all of the men and women who protect and serve in police departments throughout the country can be proud of.

Our prayers remain with you and your family.

Civilian - D Waite
Newtown Resident

May 20, 2011

Officer Gregg,

Over the Christmas holiday,I did a trip through Bucks County and into Newtown Borough. Walking through it,I can see why you loved being a cop there. I'm a part time/volunteer officer and have been for 14 1/2 years. Unlike yourself, I stumbled into law enforcement and when I joined my department, I was too old to be a full time officer,so I became a volunteer cop never realizing I would be doing it for so long and enjoying it. What I do is direct traffic and also walk our downtown which gives me the opportunity to talk to people. That is what I enjoy the most of policing, the public relations aspect of it, just like you did. Although the town I live in is bigger than Newtown and our department also bigger (60 people), it still has the personal touch that is missing in many large cities and departments.

Brian, after reading the many reflections, I wish that I had known you but I hope that we will meet in a better place. I am very honored and privileged to call you my brother.

SPO Chris Beck
Westfield NJ POlice Department

January 7, 2011

Merry Christmas Brian!

A friend

December 24, 2010

B--we are in our new home now -- we miss you SO much-- the family still gets together during the holiday--our family is growing --someday we will all get together in heaven with you --love you __Ma


November 12, 2010

I am here at the NLEOM as a part of the FBINA so I thought I'd come say hello. Everyone misses you. Heroes live forever.
Your Cousin,


September 28, 2010

Just thinking about you tonight Officer Gregg. Keep looking over us. Thanks for all you did.


August 7, 2010

Happy Birthday to You, Happy Birthday to You....

You really don't want me to keep on singing, do you?

Missing you today, just like everyday, since God called you up to serve on his heavenly department.


April 10, 2010

Officer Brian Gregg, you are remembered today and everyday. I thank you brother for your service. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, the pain of the loss will never be forgotten. God Bless you and your family.

Detective M. Marks
Pittsburgh Police Department

January 27, 2010

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