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

Rest in Peace...

Police Officer
Syracuse Police Dept,NY

October 30, 2005

You will never be forgotten. God bless your family and thank you for your years of service. God Speed my brother!

Officer J. W. Charville
Newport News Police Department

October 30, 2005

To your family and co-workers, my prayers and thoughts are with you! You were valiant in your fight and that will never be forgotten. Please keep watch over those of us still fighting the fight. In Valor- There Is Hope! Rest in Peace my Brother!!

MPO Rich Cheatham
Va Beach Police dept

October 30, 2005

God Bless you for all that you have done. You will not be forgotten brother

Deputy Clifford Chewning Jr
Randolph Co Sheriff's Office N.C.

October 30, 2005

No amount of words from any of us can ease your grief and suffering at the lost of your husband, father and bother officer. But remain strong in your faith and know god as a plan for us all. Take comforted in knowing you will see Stanley again as we walk the streets of heaven. All the law enforcement community across the country feels your lose as well, we to have lose a bother in the fight. So it’s with a heavy heart we send our deepest sympathy to your family the Norfolk Police Department and Baltimore City Police Department.


Chesterfield Sheriff’s Office

October 30, 2005

Courage is the thing. All goes if courage goes.

Be at peace Brother.

Heartfelt sympathy to the family, friends and colleagues of Officer Reaves.

Ofc. Scott Bachman
Baltimore County (MD) PD

October 30, 2005

Rest in peace, and watch over us so that we may find the one that caused us so much pain.

Officer M.A. Sawicki
Norfolk Police Department

October 30, 2005

Another brother in blue taken from us for no reason. Please know that all of Law Enforcement, including us here in Indiana, feel your pain and your loss. It's times like these that I look at the number of times I have taken a run very similiar to this and by the grace of God have come out ok on the other end.

Thank you for your service. Please continue to watch over all of us from the place God has reserved for you on His streets.

Patrolman TW Jester
Ft Wayne PD

October 30, 2005

To the family, friends, and fellow officers of Officer Reaves, please accept our deepest sympathy. I hope you can find some kind of comfort in the fact that you are all in our hearts and prayers. The road ahead will be difficult, and as survivors, we will be with you every step of your journey.

Officer Reaves is a hero, and we thank him and all officers for the job they do everyday.

God Bless all of you.
Mary Fisher

Mother, Deputy Kevin Sherwwood
Clare County, MI EOW 10/9 03

October 30, 2005

Words can not express my sorrow and pain. I still don't understand why this had to happen. When I look at your face I see a Hero. You were someone that committed himself to law enforcement everywhere you went. You will never be forgotten.

Bless your family
Sharon Atkins, Identical Twin Sister of Norfolk Officer Sheila Herring killed in the line of duty January 16, 2003

October 30, 2005

TO THE FAMILY, FRIENDS AND CO-WORKERS OF OFFICER REAVES:
I AM A FORMER RESIDENT OF MARYLAND AND I WANTED TO EXPRESS TO THE FAMILY, FRIENDS AND COR-WORKERS, MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY IN THE LOSE OF OFFICER REAVES.
PLEASE KNOW THAT WE ARE THINKING ABOUT YOU AND PRAY THAT THE LORD WILL SUSTAIN YOU IN THE DAYS AHEAD.
THE DAYS AHEAD ARE GOING TO BE HARD BUT KNOW THAT THERE ARE MANY WHO WILL WALK THAT PATH WITH YOU. WHO WILL PRAY FOR YOU AND WHO WILL REMEMBER THE SACRIFICE THAT HE GAVE.
HE WILL ALWAYS BE IN YOUR HEART AND MIND, YOU WILL NEVER FORGET HIM.
IF AT TIMES YOU NEED TO TALK TO SOMEONE OR BE WITH OTHERS, DO NOT HESITATE TO CALL OR MAKE THAT REQUEST, THEY ARE THERE FOR YOU. REMEMBER YOU ARE SURROUNDED BY ALOT OF LOVE.
GOD BLESS AND KEEP YOU AND MAY HIS FACE SHINE UPON YOU AND GIVE YOU PEACE.

LORRAINE BOND (MOTHER)
HAMILTON COUNTY, TN. DEP. SHERIFF:
DONALD K. BOND, JR.
EOW: 09.06.01

October 30, 2005

If you are able, save for them a place inside of you and save one backward glance when you are leaving for the places they can no longer go, Be not ashamed to say you loved them, though you may or may not have always, Take what they have left and what they have taught you with their dying and keep it with your own, And in time when men decide and feel safe to call the streets insane, take one moment to embrace those gentle heroes you left behind. We will see you in Elysium brother...

OFC Crociata
GPD, Illinois

October 30, 2005

Rest in peace Officer, May God protect and give strength to your family.


Portsmouth Police Dept.

October 30, 2005

Walking with the man upstairs now. Rest in peace. My prayers goes out to the family and friends. God be with you.

Officer. RE Summerlin
NCSHP

October 30, 2005

You choose a profession that, it is your duty and honor to run into the same places everybody else is fleeing from. Some people are just born a HERO. A lady says something is up with a guy, you check it out. Is it a local DIP? Is it going to be a TDO? Is it criminal? Is it a false call? The list is endless. I will not ever forget your sacrafice nor your honor! You are a HERO! THANK YOU brother in blue! We have the watch now. Rest in peace!

Officer H. B. Harrison
Portsmouth Police

October 30, 2005

Our thoughts & prayers are with you and your family. God Bless.

Fellow Police Officers
VA Police

October 30, 2005

Police Officers are part of a brotherhood that others will never know!

Rest in Peace, Officer Reaves, We've got iy from here.

Ofc. Culver, R.J. #138
Holly Hill Police Department
Volusia County, FL

Ofc. Culver, R.J.
Holly Hill Police Department

October 30, 2005

May God Bless your family and the Norfolk Police Department. Your Brothers of Blue thank you for your unselfish service. Rest in peace, you will not be forgotten.

Sgt. Harold Pitts
University of Maryland Baltimore

October 30, 2005

We want to send our thoughts and prayers to the family of Officer Reaves, and all of the Norfolk Police Dept. It has been 4 yrs almost for us, and when I heard the news my heart really went out to his wife and especially their children. Your hearts will never forget. I am truly sorry.

Carol Furlong & Craig Furlong-Turner
survivor

October 30, 2005

Our department just removed our mourning bands due to the tragic loss of one of our own Fellow Brothers in blue. Fellow Warrior Reaves, rest easy, we've got it from here....

OFC M.O'Keefe
University of Central Florida Police Department

October 30, 2005

My prayers go out to the family,friends,and fellow officers and dispatchers that worked with Reaves. When I heard the news in my seat in Dispatch yesterday, My heart sank, NOT AGAIN. I pray the susp will be caught and punished soon. Knowing too well how it is to lose one of your own,I was hoping this wouldnt happen again,all I have to say to fellow dispatchers, keep up the good work and keep your heads high. You never get repect like you deserve and I know how hard it is to be on on duty when this type of thing happens. Just remember Officer S C Reaves was a true HERO,and he will never be forgotten. He is now a angel in heaven watching over his wife,children,
family,and city.God Bless The Reaves Family,and thank you for sharing your hero with us.
R I P Reaves...

Sr Disp B J Kendrick
Chesapeake Police Department

October 30, 2005

Your watch is now over my fallen brother. Rest in Peace knowing that we now have the watch to honor a TRUE HERO. You will never be forgotten for your ultimate sacrifice you have given.
To the family of Officer Reaves, are thoughts and prayers are with you. My the Good Lord reach down and toach your heart, letting you know that your husband and daddy is still watching over you and keeping you safe.

Sergeant Sartorius
Norfolk Internaional Airport Police

October 30, 2005

While it is no consolation for your loss, our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the family and fellow officers of Officer Reaves.

While no member of our agency had the privilege to have known him personally, we are certain that he has found a place in heaven through his selfless service to those he swore to protect.

Rest in peace officer; those of us who remain will cover your post on the thin blue line.

Medicine Lodge Police Department
Medicine Lodge, KS

October 30, 2005

Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family, friends and all the members of the Norfolk Police Department. We were made safer by his service and we all suffer their tragic loss. The family of Officer Reaves deserves our appreciation and gratitude for their sacrifice. No greater love has a man than the will to give their life for another. In the days to follow, may you be strengthened by the fact that Officer Reaves is a man distinguished by exceptional courage and will always be admired for his brave deeds and noble qualities. You, your family and your sacrifice will never be forgotten.

Tom Doyle
Cary Police Department, NC

October 30, 2005

To the men and women of the Norfolk Police Dept. having recently felt the loss of one our own recently i pray that you may find peace and assurance that Ofc. Reaves is with the Lord our Father. May the fond memories of Ofc. Reaves help you move on.

Sgt. Hugo Valenzuela
Douglas, AZ Police Dept.

October 29, 2005

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