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Patrolman Gregory Dean Stewart

Beeville Police Department, Texas

End of Watch Monday, May 15, 2006

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Reflections for Patrolman Gregory Dean Stewart

Thought I would update you. Finally left the Sheriff Office. Couldn't take the politics anymore. Bro, you would be outraged at where our government has taken our beloved country. Spent the last three years as a motor officer! Greg, there were many times when I would find myself thinking how much you would have loved being a Solo unit. We would have been hell on wheels quite literally! Anyway, moved over to one of the Constable's Offices and life is much better. It's amazing to work for an organization who still values your contribution and treats you like an important asset instead of just useful idiot to be discarded at the hint of controversy or liability. I will eligible to retire in September, but I'm supposed to go back to motors and if that happens, God willing, I will hang on for another few years provided our country doesn't end up in a civil war first. Anyway, love and miss you as always and will look forward to seeing you when God calls me home.

Deputy Erick E. Becker

Regard your soldiers as your children, and they will follow you into the deepest valleys; look on them as your own beloved son

June 28, 2024

I think about you often and it's hard to believe so much time has passed since we were in Iraq together. Miss you and love you bro. I know we will see each other again when God decides its time.

Deputy Erick E. Becker

Regard your soldiers as your children, and they will follow you into the deepest valleys; look on them as your own beloved son

October 12, 2022

Your day has come and gone but you are always here with us. Love you

Proud Mother of a fallen Hero

May 16, 2022

Love u miss u Charlie is in our prayers Gods grace and love Is with u and your family always I know u watch over us ! Respect and love we always will have see u on the other side bub

Rocky specialist
Military brother

June 20, 2020

Rest easy

Mark Mottola

May 15, 2020

Miss you brother, laying in bed talking with my middle son who is named after you. Your never forgotten.

Luis Pulido
Brother in arms

May 12, 2020

Rest in peace Patrolman Stewart.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

April 5, 2020

Sure do miss you buddy. I know you're always with me as I can feel your presence and hear your laugh at the strangest times. I still have your Lonestar Beers in my fridge from the last time we saw each other some 13 years ago......Love you bro.

Patrol Deputy/Army SSG Erick E. Becker
Fort Bend County S.O./TX Army National Guard

October 4, 2019

Never forgotten

Luis Pulido

August 26, 2019

GMFS never forgotten my friend! 1*

A. C. Retired Reagan Scott

May 15, 2019

Miss you every day ,
You're my Hero

Bonnie Stewart

May 7, 2019

Every year for the last three years ive done a 100 mile ruck March in your memory, love you brother.

Luis Pulido

April 24, 2019

Will never forget the times we spent working together at ACSO. And what we went through and how much you helped me get through that situation you were my best friend always be grateful and love you for that rest in peace my friend you’re an angel of God now.
Josie/911 ACSO

JJosie Krueger ACSO/911 1992-2001
ACSO/WCSO 1992-2011

August 16, 2018

Been thinking of you lately. Miss you and ur goofiness.


July 7, 2018

I was just thinking about you the other night. You were one of a kind and are still dearly missed. I know you're up there somewhere, drinking Lonestar and listening to Social Distortion.

Sgt. Dan Krohn
US Army

June 9, 2018

Miss you my brother! I will make sure your name is remembered as long as I live! And I will always fulfill my promise to you! 1* my friend! Until we meet again!!

R. Scott
Brother in Blue

May 15, 2018

We were just telling some "Stewie" stories the other night on shift. Of course nothing that can be shared publicly. Miss you brother

Sgt. Brandon Burdick
Bee Co SO

May 15, 2018

Oh God how I miss You.

Bonnie Stewart

May 15, 2018

It's been awhile brother, doesn't mean your forgotten. Not a day goes by I don't think of your crazy ass. Love you brother

Luis Pulido

May 3, 2018


Security officer Jeffrey Harrison

May 16, 2017


Security officer Jeffrey Harrison

May 16, 2017

Thank you for your service my brother. May you be at peace, and watch over your loving family and all that will keep your memory alive. As for those xxxx bags may they rot in hell when they are called to justice to answer for their sins on Earth.

Lieutenant Ray Flores
N.Y.P.D. (retired)

May 15, 2017

Miss you brother

Luis Pulido
Texas Army National Guard

May 3, 2017

Your always in our thoughts at the Beeville Police Department. Watch over us brother as we serve. We love you! 1*

Interim Police Chief Richard Cantu Jr.
Beeville Police Department

April 27, 2017

We miss you friend and thinking about you.


April 3, 2017

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