Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Detective Vicky Anne Owen Armel

Fairfax County Police Department, Virginia

End of Watch Monday, May 8, 2006

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Reflections for Detective Vicky Anne Owen Armel

My Sophmore daughter was tasked a school assignment/paper on "sacrifice" and "character" and came to me for ideas. I had the distinct honor of speaking about you and Mike this evening at the kitchen table with her at length. Forever in my heart.

Former Detective/OCN
Fairfax County Police

September 9, 2015

Vicky O. Golly do I miss ya. I can always see your smile and hear your laugh, reminds me of the good times. I have one of the guys on my shift up there for Police Week, I've asked him to find your name and say a little prayer.

-Shorty

Sgt. Mike Barker
Simpsonville Police Dept., Fairfax County Sheriff's Office (ret.)

May 14, 2015

Hard to believe it has been 9 years. You live in our hearts and in heaven forever.

MPO Chip Owens (ret.)
Fairfax County Police

May 8, 2015

Never Forgotten.

Mary
FCPD

May 8, 2015

God Bless you both, my sister and brother...

MPO / Detective
Fairfax County Police (ret.)

May 7, 2015

Just thinking about you today Vicky. Time does not heal all wounds or memories.. Lovely, Lovely Lady..

Retired MPO Terri Doyle
Fairfax County Police Department

May 6, 2015

It's been nearly nine years since this tragic event, but I often think of the officers killed that that day and the officers that continue to put their lines on the line for my safety. So, this is a reflection simply to say, "Thank you." I have no rank in the police department. I'm simply one of the many Fairfax County residents you officers protect everyday.

La Voyce Reid
Fairfax County resident

February 13, 2015

Still miss ya Gal. Your life was cut way to short due to a crazy man. May he rot in hell.

Sgt Dennis EIN 99
Fairfax County

October 17, 2014

May the family find peace. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Paula Gelunas
a reader

September 16, 2014

Vicky, I was thinking about you recently and how much fun we used to have working together.

From the bible studies at Reston to your amazing peace and strength through the end, "you finished the race" as a faithful servant. Thanks for being a friend and sister in Christ. I miss you.

#2719
Former Coworker

May 8, 2014

The class of 83 will never forget you Vickey. May god bless your family and all your co-workers.

RIP: Vickey O Armel

Pete Sheil
Classmate and friend

May 8, 2014

Thinking of you tonight Vicky. It's still hard to face the station on May 8th. I will be honoring you in my heart and memories tomorrow. God bless you.

Mary
Sully

May 7, 2014

good bye miss ruby tuesdays. who can hang a name on you. when you change with every new day, still I'm going to miss you. will love you forever. hope to see you in heaven some day. Dean Phillips Manassas, Va.

Dean Phillips
Friend

April 7, 2014

Thinking of you and Mike today. Always

Terri Doyle

May 13, 2013

Happy Mother's Day Vicky.

M.D.S. FFX. Sheriff's Office

May 12, 2013

I was on the road today Vicky - you were with me as usual.

Detective/OCN
FCPD

May 8, 2013

Vicky - You were a delight to deal with--always smiling, fair, and professional. You are sorely missed.

Brian C. Drummond, Esq.

May 8, 2013

You are in my thoughts today...

Detective Craig Paul
FCPD

May 1, 2013

You came to mind today Vicky, will never forget.

Detective Greg Holloway (ret.)
Fairfax Co. Police (ret.)

March 29, 2013

Just tragic the loss of life of such a great human being...sorry to her family.

Corporal todd d delprete
ex marine

January 15, 2013

Hi Vicky, I rode for you during the 2007 Police Unity Tour. I just wanted to drop a note to let you know that I was thinking of you and your family. Now in the DB, I will hang my Unity Tour jacket with your patch at my desk. I will never forget your ultimate sacrifice. I hope that your family is well. Rest in peace Sister.

Detective, NJ

December 29, 2012

Merry Christmas Vicky Anne

Detective/OCN
Fairfax County Police

December 25, 2012

Detective Armel,
I was born and raised in Fairfax County and continued to work there until I left the area at the end of 2006. I am now a police officer in Pennsylvania but I still remember that awful day in Chantilly. I thought about May 8th, 2006 many times during those endless police aptitude tests, oral interviews, and those long days at the police academy. Though I never met you, I mean it when I say that you make me proud to be a police officer. You made every cop proud on that sad day. Rest in peace Sister, we've got the watch from here.

Officer J. Craven
Silver Spring Township (PA) Police Dept.

May 8, 2012

Today I think of You and Your Family. May you have peace and may they have peace in their hearts.

Retired MPO Terri Doyle
Fairfax County Police Department

May 8, 2012

rest in peace hero

Lt. J.P.
B.P.D

May 8, 2012

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