Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

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

Happy Veteran's Day Son.
Thank You for your dedication to your family, friends community and your country.
You're My Hero.

Bonnie Stewart
Mom

November 11, 2007

Son,
Fall is here and in full swing, but the majasty and glory are faded without you here to share it. I miss you. I Love You.

Bonnie Stewart
Mom

October 31, 2007

To the family of Officer Stewart:
The day after Patrolman Stewart was killed, the man that killed my father in Ft Stockton TX in 1988, was executed in Huntsville. I was there for the execution and it only took 18 years to get there. I dont know the circumstances completely of Officer Stewart's case but I wanted the family to know that they are in my thoughts and prayers during this sad time.

Gwynn Hudson Simmons

Gwynn Hudson Simmons
daughter of fallen officer

September 24, 2007

I still can not believe you are gone. In my heart you will never die. Your memory and spirit pick me up and make me fight. You will forever be my only true brother. God Bless your Mom and Dad who I hold near to my heart.

John Schrier
Friend/brother

September 14, 2007

You're missed more than words could ever express.
I Love You.
MOM

Bonnie Stewart
Mom

September 12, 2007

You are a hereo for surviving three recent conflicts only to be to cut-down in your home town by some low-life scum. I am glad they will rot in prison for the next 35 years. RIP hero !

Marty Lewis
TOG

August 25, 2007

Officer Stewart, it's hard to write this with tears in my eyes. I never got to know you but I will someday when my work is done here. To your family, I don't know what to say except that I am so sorry for your loss. I keep doing what I do every day in memory of your loved one. Bless you all.

AZ Narc

August 21, 2007

Greg,

It's taken me a while to write to you, but the time has finally come brother. I have good news to report. Denise and I welcomed into the world our first child. You are gone, but your name carries on with our son. His name is Ethan Gregory. His is head strong and fiesty, like you. Your life has had a huge impact on me, I think of you everyday. How much different would the world be if you were still here? Brother, you are with God now, but you are not forgotten. I will see you again.

Semper Fi.
Ben

Benjamin Black
Friend

August 15, 2007

Happy Birthday, Greg! Love ya!

Laura Lozano
Sister

August 11, 2007

Joyfully, Tearfully Celebrating YOU!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SON

Bonnie Stewart
Mom

August 10, 2007

Greg,

It has taken a long time for me to write. I think of you often; sometimes just out of the blue. It is hard to say what triggers the thoughts. I would like to think it is you reminding me to do something or take a second look at something. You taught me alot, about alot, and I will never forget that. 'A measure of a life is its service' and you have completed your service. Thank you Brother, we will never forget you.

R. Hinds
Friend

July 10, 2007

Greg,

One more time, I want to thank you for all that you did while here on this earth. Your memory will live on forever. I miss you more and more everyday. I thought it was supposed to get easier but some days are so very hard. I think of you every day and wish you were here. Judd Gregory came 1yr and 2 weeks after you left us. He is so beautiful and when I look at him I see alot of you. He has your lips and chin and your dark brown eyes. I wish you were here to see him. I love you, Greg and miss you very much.

Laura Lozano
Sister

July 3, 2007

Its been over a year now. I miss you everyday my brother, I feel extremely lucky to have known you, and been a part of your life. We served together in the TXARNG, and we were both transplants in Beeville. Went to Victoria to sign our waivers to go to Iraq. Went through hell as neighbors in Iraq. Came home and drank more beer than we should have. Then you went to dril and we all know the rest of the story. Brother I have missed you everyday since you have been gone, and think about all the crazy things we all did together. You are the best friend i will ever have. I remember the last conversation we had at your apartment, you told my 1 yr old son to stick with him(me) because he will always have your back, knowing you has made me a better man, father, husband. Your last words to me the day before you left us was I love you man, I didnt answer. Well Stewart I love you to man.

Luis Pulido COIII
TXARNG/TDCJ/FRIEND

June 30, 2007

Mr. & Mrs. Stewart,

I worked with Greg for a short time as he worked security for the high school I attended his funeral and was so impressed with the legacy Greg leaves. I have marveled at the impact he had on his fellow officers in Beeville. I was proud to watch a fine young man...a graduating senior...receive the first Greg Stewart Scholarship. You must have been so proud.

My prayers are with you both and with Charlie. He'll grow up to be an honorable man like his dad.

R Sellman
A. C. Jones High School

June 9, 2007

THANK YOU for always giving the ultimate sacrafice. You are loved beyond words and missed even more.

May 28, 2007

My Son, My Hero
Happy Memorial Day!


Mom

May 28, 2007

Greg was my best friend and brother. Barely a day goes by that I don't have some memory of him and the time we spent together. I am very proud that Greg was a fellow Law Enforcement Officer. He used to call me while he was working and we would talk about the thrills and scares of being a cop. It was very comforting to me to have someone like him to talk with abou the job. He is always in my thoughts and prayers. I miss him very much

Corporal Brennan Lane
San Diego County Sheriff

May 23, 2007

Rest in peace officer and let it be known you have died for a good cause. Not the best way to go to the rest place but your brothers in arms like myself do appreciate what you have done.

Goran Tadic

May 19, 2007

hello,

I never knew Greg and that is my loss. because he was and is a hero IMO. I was told about this tragidy today by his cousins husband. My father was also a police officer and a solder. my heartfelt condolences to you and your family my God grant him eternal peace and happyness and may his family find peace in the knowledge that he is safe for all time now. UNK

alan taylor

May 19, 2007

Thinkin' it Over (A Poem Dedicated)

It's odd but there is one thing most people like to do.
To spend a while beside the grave of some one that you knew.
You do it when you've time enough to make a quiet ride.
To see the fleecy clouds above and watch the shadows glide.

You think of things he did and said, and of the ways he had.
And now to think that he is dead. It makes you feel plum sad.
It brings the old days back again, you live them one by one.
You think of things that happened then, and what you should have done.

They say there'll be a Judgment Day when dead men rise again.
So I suppose he'll have to stay just where he is till then.
But then you reckon that the one who made the world knows best.
He takes them when their work is done and lets them have their rest.

And when at last our strength has failed we make our last long ride.
We leave this world and take the trail across the great divide.
So when it's time to make the change we'll go where they have gone.
We'll meet them on another range somewhere in the beyond.

Bruce Kiskaddon

Catherine
cousin

May 18, 2007

Well Greg it's been a year now since you left us. I can't believe its been that long. It seems as if we just got home from your service, but yet I have all this time to account for in between then and now. I just can't believe your really gone.

I just want you to know that I've always been proud of you, but you made me especially proud this last week.
You see we got to go to Law Enforcement Memorial Week, in Washington, D.C. and participate in the memorial service for all fallen officers this past year. And low and behold there you were, just as big as life. Every where I went I was reminded of you, or saw you and heard your story told to thousands of people, of how you loved your job and how you lived your life. Always to the fullest! It was always everything or nothing where you were concerned.

But, the best part was, we got to take Charlie with us. He is so special and so much like you. He was the hit of the party! He made a lot of new friends, laughed and talked, asked questions and told jokes, till everyone was in stitches. When we left Washington we heard a picture of him that was taken during one of the services was on display in the downtown area near the Memorial site. Like you, he too touches a lot of lives. I know you are watching over him,and you have every right to be very, very proud of him. He is a very special child.

But what was really great was that he and me and Mom got to met the President. It was such a special day, all because of you. That was really the best part of the week. Just remembering you and having the chance to tell others about you.

Thank you Greg, for everything you have done. For the sacrifice you made and for all the lives you have touched and the example you set. You are very appreciated, admired and loved and missed by so many different people. Please know that I am very proud of you, and love and miss you very much.

I know you are in God's care, so I'll say goodbye for now, and please know and remember that I'm looking forward to the day when we are all together again.

Love,

Dad

Dad

May 17, 2007

On this sad anniversary, know that Patrolman Stewart's sacrifice to his community and his country are not forgotten. The entire police community mourns with you on this tragic day.


Wife of an officer

May 15, 2007

Gregory,
Wow its been one whole year, one whole year the world has had to go on without you. Its been a hard hard year for us all i think. I miss you so much with each day that passes. You are in my thoughts as always, but especially today. I really miss you and want you here with the rest of the family, but i know that that is not possible, however i know you are here in spirit. When the sun shines on a cloudy day, i look up and know its you smiling down on us. I love you greg and miss you so much. Always in my thoughts.
Devan

devan skeels
cousin

May 15, 2007

It is with pride and honor that I heard your name in Washington this weekend...on this the one year anniversary since your passing, on National Peace Officer's Day...know that those flags hang at half mast today for you...you will never be forgotten...Hero's live forever...

Chrissy Henley, surviving spouse
William A Henley, Suffolk VA PD, EOW 3/19/05

May 15, 2007

Patrolman Stewart,

On this the anniversary of your leaving us in the physical sense we pay tribute to your spirit. Tonight the Evening Watch of the Henry County Georgia Police Department’s North Precinct will hit the street in your honor. Please watch over us as we continue your fine work.

For the entire shift,
Sergeant V.T. Rosen

Sergeant V.T. Rosen
Henry County Police Department

May 15, 2007

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