Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Deputy Sheriff Daniel Jess Lobo, Jr.

San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, California

End of Watch Tuesday, October 11, 2005

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Reflections for Deputy Sheriff Daniel Jess Lobo, Jr.

Rest in peace motorman. We have the watch now.

Offc. Michael Walker
Tallahassee Police Department

October 20, 2005

Hey Danny,
It's me the white boy. I miss you so much my brother and regret that I took the day off, otherwise I would have spent time with you that day. We will continue to ride and make you proud. I know you were looking after me last Sunday, as I'm ok. Tell Ron Hi for me.


Deputy Greg Hill
San Bernardino Sheriff's Department

October 20, 2005

To the wife and three daughters of Deputy Sheriff Lobo, I offer my deepest condolences. When law enforcement officers are in pursuit, with lights flashing, one would expect that motorists would be alert enough to keep out of their way. Many untimely sacrifices might not have been made had the public been aware of their surroundings. I hope that God will comfort this family, and all those who knew, loved and served with this officer, during this sad time. May God's perpetual light shine upon him and may he rest in His eternal peace.

Anita L. Culosi

October 20, 2005

God Speed. You served us well. I mourn the loss of any fallen officer. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends and fellow officers.
God give them strenght to carry on. An angel you will be to watch over us all.
God Bless You!

Lt Rhonda Sanders
Wetumpka Police Dept, AL

October 20, 2005

Well now we've lost four in just over a year and it gets harder everytime. I pray that we don't lose anymore. I know you are with the others up there keeping watch over the rest of us here. Thank you for that and for being a true hero to us all. I pray that your family finds some peace and solace in knowing that you died a true hero not only to the public you served but to your fellow officers.

Deputy K. Oliva
San Bernardino County Sheriff

October 19, 2005

I along with several other Deputies and Officers started off as Police Explrers with you as our advisor. All the training,fun competitions, and ride alongs, is what inspired all of us to be where we are biw.

I still remember the day when I retunred to the Rancho station as a Deputy and got to work with you, one of my mentors. The funny jokes you would say that I needed to give the real deputy back their unifom and put my explorer suite back on was always funny.

Danny, I owe a big part of my career to you and the training you gave me. I hope I too also have a chance to make a differece like you did. And now that I am an Explorer advisor, I will return all the trainng and good times to the up coming deputies.

Danny,Luke, Matt, and I will never forget you and all the good times we had.

I miss you Brother and will never forget you. 11x11

Deputy Mike Flores
San Bernardino Sheriff's Department - Rancho Cucamonga Station

October 19, 2005

I met Danny when we were 10 years old at Monte Vista Elementary School in Montclair, Ca. We were friends for many years and started dating in High School when we were seventeen. We were young, but so in love with each other. We did everything and went everywhere together, he was my best friend. We married and had two beautiful daughters, Kiley and Kadie. Our marriage didn't last, but the love for each other as the Mommy and Daddy of our two daughters did. Danny will remain in my heart forever and I will continue to see him everyday when I look in our daughters eyes. Thank you for the prayers for all the family. Mel

Melanie Bustamante-Lobo

October 19, 2005

I went to school with Danny from K to 12th grade. The last time I saw Danny he was doing well and happy to be with the sheriff's dept. My thoughts go out to his family. It is a hard road ahead. But perhaps it will be made easier to know Danny is looking down on you from above.
Stacey Brayfield

Stacey Brayfield

October 18, 2005

Danny,may you rest in peace and watch over us. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayer. Your unique smile you carried from start of watch til, end of watch will not be forgotten.


October 18, 2005

Our thoughts and prayers and with you and your families, at the time of your loss.

Chris W.

October 18, 2005

Deputy Lobo

You will never be forgotten, my fallen brother. I was privileged to be among seven officers representing our department at your services, today.

I know you were proud to see the ocean of uniforms in the chapel, and to see the miles of patrol vehicles and motors with lights ablaze! And, I know you could feel the pain we all carry in our hearts. We will miss you, but let you go, per your wishes.

You are a hero, and you have left thousands of people who knew you or dealt with you a treasure chest of memories!

God surely has blessed you, my brother and you can be sure that He is watching over your immediate and extended family.

Officer James Pixley
San Manuel Department of Public Safety

October 18, 2005

We at Fineline Cycle send our deepest condolences to the Lobo Family and the San Bernadino Sheriff Department Deputies for their loss of Deputy Daniel Lobo. May GOD comfort you during this difficult time.

Rest in Peace Deputy Lobo

Robert and Louie
Fineline Cycles

October 18, 2005

To the Family of Danny Lobo, It was a shock to hear of Danny's passing,I went to high school with him, we were in the same graduating class, my heart goes out to you all, may god bless you.

With much respect and sympathy, my prayers are with you.

Denise Romero

D. Longoria-Romero

October 18, 2005

I started off as a Explorer at the Rancho Cucamonga Station, Danny Lobo was my first advisor. He has given so much to me and the Explorer Post. I am forever gratefull for the oppurtunity that he gave me at such a young age. I am now a deouty and i owe everything to him. I will forever miss you brother. I will never forget are first competiton together. I will keep you in my heart everyday as i hope to only have a career as legendary as yours.

Deputy Gerad Laing

October 17, 2005

My heart goes out to the family and friends and family of Deputy Lobo. My deepest condolences.

Officer Matt Gutting
Desert Hot Springs Police Department

October 17, 2005

On behalf of the members of the Sutherlin Police Department, I send to you, our heartfelt condolences and prayers in your time of sadness. May your fallen officer’s legacy live on in the memories of his friends and family. Rest now brother, after a job well done. We’ll take it from here.

Corporal Justin Marquis
Sutherlin Police Department, Sutherlin, OR

October 17, 2005

These are never easy to write, especially when the officer worked for you. Danny was one of those guys that had a passion for the job. He seemed extremely happy when I saw him riding his bike at an event some time ago. Danny also had a passion for his girls. Since my retirement, I was unaware of his newest daughter. I know when the time comes her mother will tell her what a brave man her daddy was. Danny, take care and know we will all miss you. terribly.

Bob Terrell

October 17, 2005

To the friends and family of Daniel Lobo, and on behalf of my Brother-in-law, a retired SBSD Deputy, John Brandon, we both send our deepest regrets.

As for Daniel's partners, there is no blame to carry by anyone for "not being there sooner."

As we all know, Daniel will never be forgotten, only missed. His stories and memory will get you through this.

Never knowing you Deputy Lobo, I am sorry for that. But knowing of you through my Brother in law, makes this hit a little closer to home. When I check this site on a daily basis, I look for my own State and then for the SBSD Family.

Brett, Roy - Take care of yourselves. As for the rest of the SBSD, again, John and I send our prayers.

SBSD John A. Brandon

Ofc. C. Monte, #286

Wayne County-Detroit Metro Airport Police

October 17, 2005

To the family and friends of Deputy Daniel Lobo and his fellow deputies with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department:

On behalf of our entire family, we extend our sincerest condolences on the grievous loss you suffered when Deputy Lobo was tragically killed. His valor and dedication to his job will be forever remembered.

Our family grieves with you and for you. May you be comforted by the caring and support of your law enforcement family, and other police survivors.

This reflection is sent with the utmost respect for the service Deputy Lobo gave to his community and the citizens of California, and the supreme sacrifice he and his family made on October 11, 2005.

Phyllis Loya,mother of fallen officer Larry Lasater, Pittsburg PD eow 4/24/05

October 17, 2005

You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. We as a police family in chesapeake just lost one of our own, we hate that we have another agency,wife,family out there hurting. God Bless you.

Disp Kendrick
Chesapeake Police

October 17, 2005

God bless the family, friends and co-workers of Deputy Lobo.

mjw 643

October 17, 2005

I was born in Fontana...thanks for keeping it safe, brother. God Bless You and Rest in Peace.

Maplewood, MN PD

October 17, 2005

Our thoughts, prayers and support are with the friends, family and co-workers of Deputy Sheriff Daniel Lobo.

Rest In Peace Brother

PS Andrè Lasalle
City of Geneva, Traffic Police (Suisse)

October 17, 2005

Danny Lobo was my friend. I miss him terribly and will hold him near to me forever. Danny and I had a special bond that. Enroute together to his destiny. Danny i wish i would have gone 97 sooner so you would have slowed down. I love you brother. Forever

Deputy D. King

October 16, 2005

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

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

October 16, 2005

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