Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Stanley Cornell Reaves

Norfolk Police Department, Virginia

End of Watch Friday, October 28, 2005

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Reflections for Police Officer Stanley Cornell Reaves

Our heartfelt sympathy to your family and brothers and sisters in blue. You may be gone but will not be forgotten. Rest in Peace. You now walk the streets of heaven to watch over all of your brothers and sisters in blue. God Bless and God Speed.

SCO Thomas J. Wilson
NJDOC

November 8, 2005

God bless you. Thanks for all you gave.

November 8, 2005

I never got the chance to know you, but my heart was broken to hear another local officer had made the ultimate sacriface. Watch over us as we continue to do the job you loved.

FTO J.J. Blount
Chesapeake Police Department

November 8, 2005

YOU HAVE MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE
AND WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN BY YOUR
BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN BLUE.

OFC R. PUCKETT
NSU POLICE DEPARTMENT

November 8, 2005

God bless you sir. thank you for all your hard work.

ryan

November 7, 2005

Rest in Peace our Brother. Blessings of Peace to your wife and children. Blessings of Peace to your law enforcement family at NPD.

A Rookie
CPPD

November 7, 2005

Yet once again the Thin Blue Line is diminished, an officer's final tour of duty is finished. "Officer Down", is our greatest fear, and once again I hold back a tear.




OFFICER ANDRE' bROWN
HOOVER POLICE DEPARMENT (AL)

November 7, 2005

The policemen
In their uniforms of blue,
In order to protect us
Stand so fast and true.

Though some cry "police brutality"
The rest of us, though reticent,
Know they do their best
To protect the innocent.

They take in silence the verbal abuse,
Seldom a kind word do they hear.
It's really a shame more of us,
Don't let them know we care!

In these times of social unrest,
All the risks that they take,
And the dangers they face,
How unjust "Pig" is their namesake.

To all Policemen
In your uniforms of blue,
Trying hard to keep law and order,
I give my salute to Officer S.C Reaves who was killed for just doing his job.

R.I.P Officer Reaves and my deepest sympathies go out your family and fellow co-workers, and as you have take you final call of duty we know you will be upstairs looking down on us.

Corrections Officer

November 6, 2005

It is an honor to wear the same badge as you...

from a novel by Stephen Pressfield (1999):
"This is my shield. I bear it before me in to battle, but it is not mine alone. It protects my brother on my left. It protects my city. I will never let my brother out of its shadow nor my city out of its shelter. I will die with my shield before me facing the enemy."

Your sacrifice will not be forgotten!

Investigator CJ Scallon
Norfolk PD

November 5, 2005

I trust the Lord called you home for a reason. I also trust that He will take care of your family in every way. I pray for the best for you family, now and always. MAY GOD BLESS THE REAVES FAMILY. Rest in Peace BROTHER IN BLUE.

Officer D. S. Vernon
NPD

November 5, 2005

rest in peace brother in blue.

officer stan speaks #2164
columbus police dep

November 5, 2005

Thank you for you sacrifice. Your family, friends and department are in my prayers.

Teresa, Deputy's wife

November 5, 2005

I am sorry to hear that yet another wonderful officers life has been cut short by a vile coward. My heartfelt prayers go out to Officer Reaves' family, friends & colleagues in this incredibly difficult time. God Bless you Officer Reaves.

L. Ambrose
Wife of Burbank Police Officer (CA)

November 5, 2005

god bless you and your family brother.


Netcong borough police department new jersey

November 4, 2005

Our prayers are with the family and friends of this officer. Our work continues as we grieve another fallen brother.

Constable Charles Clack
Pct 1 Polk County Tx.

November 4, 2005

I am sad to read of yet another overseas brother being felled, this time in such a cowardly manner. My sincere condolances to family, friends and co-workers.
Go with God now brother and be at peace mate.

Senior Constable
South Australia Police

November 4, 2005

Rest in peace,,brother in blue....

PO2
NPD

November 4, 2005

I visit this place from time to time. It makes med humble and make me remember the dangers we sometimes face in our line of job.
May the Lord be with you officer Cornell. Rest in peace. We have the watch now...

Police officer Fredrik Gilderstam
Kramfors PD, Sweden

November 4, 2005

Again we mourn as another hero is taken from us. My deepest sympathy to the family, friends and co-workers of Police Officer Reaves. May the Lord give you strength and bless each of you during this time.

Rest in peace for your watch here is over; walk in heavens beat and guide us to protect and serve others safely.


Police Officer O. Dennard
Newark Police Department (NJ)

November 4, 2005

God Bless Stanley and his family. Stanley is a hero and that will never be forgotten.
To the family, rest assured that God is taking care of him now.

Dave
Huntsville Police (AL)

November 4, 2005

R.I.P. Officer Reaves.....you will never be forgotten.

Officer D.J. Rhodes
Tampa Police Department

November 4, 2005

You will never be forgotten, you will always be in our prayers, brother.

Officer C. Grant
Chesapeake Police

November 4, 2005

Officer Reaves I never had the honor to know you in life; yet it fills me with pride that I can lay claim to the same profession with wich you served with such distinguish. Don't worry about your family we will always take care of them and keep them in our hearts. Your patrol has ended now you may rest in God's loving hands and look down upon us ever whispering in our ears the solem oath all men and women in blue make. Thank Stanley for your honor, devotion and sacrifice. We love you brother.

Officer M.A. Maggio
Norfolk Airport Police

November 4, 2005

I remember when you first started as a dispatcher and then went on to become one of Baltmores best Police Officers, I will miss you, your family will be in my prayers,God bless

Police Emerg Dispather Glenda Dixon
Baltimore Police Dept, Md

November 4, 2005

may those close never forget the ultimate sacrafice of may those close to you never forget your honor and devotion but most of all to be rememberd is your dedication to law inforcement and love of those you served god bless we will all miss you

D Heimann
friend of law inforcement

November 3, 2005

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