Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Deputy Sheriff Robert Earl "Robbie" Green

Powhatan County Sheriff's Office, Virginia

End of Watch Wednesday, September 20, 2006

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Reflections for Deputy Sheriff Robert Earl "Robbie" Green

Rest in peace always and know that your service and sacrifice will never, ever be forgotten by your law enforcement brethren.

Detective Cpl/3 Steven Rizzo
Delaware State Police (Retired)

September 20, 2020

Hey buddy,
I was just texting someone about you. I guess I’ve never gotten over that night. Geez, been so many years. The world is so different now. Why can’t I just let go? I guess we all grieve differently. I’m sorry I couldn’t help you. I’ve carried this for so many years. You are still my friend, and your mama is home with you now.

Josh /shift partner

May 9, 2020

Rest in peace Deputy Sheriff Green.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

June 8, 2019

Josh, thank you for what you did for Mary and I that night
I will never forget
Roy Harrison

Karen’s father

September 23, 2018

Down here in the red state of Texas still. I was telling your story to a stranger tonight. He said you must have a heck of a person. I agree. I still think about you and your family. I guess I will never get that night out of my head. I’ve had my ups and down, but this taught me me to cherish life. I feel that is the way you would have wanted it. Anyway, you were the good in my time there. I miss you brother. This crazy world needs more people like you.

Joshua T
Friend and co-worker

May 21, 2018

Been in the great state of Texas for a couple of years now. Yeah, I know. I know it is hard to believe that I left for more money, no drama,no nights, holidays off, and peace of mind. My brother finally wised up and followed. But you knew that. My only regret is that I won't get to meet up with you at Sheetz for a cup when I come home. Keep an eye out for us and LEO's.

Old friend and coworker

January 18, 2017

I miss you very much uncle rob your son Chaytor is a very nice kid and an awesonme friend.

Ty Green

December 7, 2016

Been 10 years buddy. Time goes way to fast. My brother and I walked away from the job on our terms. I still think about our good times. Wish you were here.

Old shift partner

September 21, 2016

Thinking of you and all of your loved ones today. Continue to keep watch over them and protect them. You will never be forgotten.

Bob Gordon
Father of Fallen Chicago Officer: Michael P. Gordon, EOW: 8/8/04

September 20, 2013

Robbie we miss you but have faith that you are one very special guardian angel for Chaytor: he is growing into an amazing young man reading, playing with neighbors, loving weather, learning about football and growing in his faith by being baptized this past weekend. He brings so much joy to so many people. You are not forgotten and so many of us are so blessed to have known you.

Mary Midgett Harrison
Mother in law

September 20, 2013

Six years is coming up Robbie. I miss you so much. I had a question I needed answered this morning and even now six years later I had the instinct to call you for advice. I'll figure it out but i sure do miss your spin on things. The tournament is coming up again. I hope we can keep helping the community programs by simply doing something that we all enjoied so much growing. Keep shinning on!

Miss you and Love you,

Jason Green

August 9, 2012

Merry Christmas, Robbie. I shall always remember how you could correctly guess the contents of any Christmas package no matter how well disguised it might have been. We loved our Christmases with you and remember you again this year. Five years of missing you.
Chaytor's progress is good: he is a joy to so many people and he always knows you are his daddy.
We miss you.

Mary Midgett Harrison
MOther in Law

December 23, 2011

Hey Rob,

Wow, five years. Time goes by so quickly. You are still remembered and missed often.

Love and Hugs from afar,



September 20, 2011

Five years? Yes, five years and yet your presence is here as strong as ever-if not stronger, Robbie.
Your gifts of strength, helpfullness, loyalty shine in our memory.
Your son, Chaytor, keeps you alive in his physical appearance and the way he tilts his head and grins.
All of us have been strengthened by your involvement in our lives, Robbie.
Rest in peace-we miss you but hope to live lives that honor you.

Mrs. Mary Midgett Harrison
Mother in law

September 20, 2011


We remember you today. We remember the wonderful Dad you were. The sweet husband you were. The funny brother you were. The dedicated son you were. The brave deputy you were. We don't know the reasons why God took you so early. But, what we do know is that God had a plan. If you look down at your beautiful family today, you will see how much love they have in their life. And although we'll never forget the special place you had in our lives, we know God had special plans for you as well as those he left behind.

Hope you're resting well and watching from above!

Lots of love,

Tiffany Green

September 20, 2011


I can't believe it's been 5 years. I remember that night like it was yesterday. I miss you just as much now as I did then.


September 20, 2011

Hi Rob,

Saw your mom the other day. She looks good despite not having you and your dad here with her. You and Charlie keep an eye on her, ok?

Miss you still Robbie:(


June 14, 2011

Hey Rob. Just wanted you to know you are still thought of often. Miss you:(



January 21, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving Robbie. I miss you so much!


November 25, 2010

You will forever be missed. Think of you often and what a wonderful man that the world lost that day.

Tiffani Crawford

September 20, 2010

Hard to believe it has been four years. It feels like yesterday. Those who have been here for awhile still joke and laugh about you and all the smiles you brought. I wish the new people had gotten a chance to meet you. I've overcome the anger and "what if's." The sadness is still there time to time, but each year seems to get better by remembering the good times you shared with us all. You will never be forgotten in my heart. You were one of the finest individuals I have ever met. At the end of the day, your passing created new laws for future families who have to deal with similar circumstances. To me, I feel you had something to do with that. The pursuit of justice and to help the less forunate. That is what I remember you by. Rest easy my friend, and continue to watch over the brothers in brown and the thin blue line.

Joshua T.
shift partner

September 20, 2010

Deputy Green, you will not be forgotten! R.I.P.

Deputy Sheriff
Livingston County (Il) Sheriff's Ofc.

September 20, 2010

Hey Robbie it's Will. Got a new truck not to long ago and when I put the sticker on it I remembered all the grief you gave me over the last one. Wish you were still here!

Will. P.S. This is already lifted!!


September 20, 2010

Four years today. Some people say "WOW, it's only been four, seems like yesterday." For us, it seems like forever. I always think about that night, I remember what we ate for dinner, I remember going to see the house being built with Mom and Dad and passing you on 60. That was the last time I saw you.
The days after your accident dwell most with me. I was in shock. Pulled between seeing friends and family that I hadn't seen in a long time and trying to accept that you were gone. It was odd. One minute I was crying and the next I would be happy to see everyone. It took a long time for my head and heart to get that you were really gone; not just at National Guard training or a VT game for the weekend.
A lot has changed since then. I know you are watching us from above. I know you would be happy that Chaytor and I have found a wonderful man who will be a great father to Chaytor and a wonderful husband to me. Martin respects you so much. you and he would have been good friends down here. So, without disrespecting you, I know you bless our new life. We think of you daily. Martin and I talk with Chaytor about you and he remembers you vividly. He always will. You're spirit will never die in him.
Miss you and love you,

Karen Green
wife, friend

September 20, 2010

Four long years...still thinking of you


September 20, 2010

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