Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Auxiliary Police Officer Yevgeniy Borisovitch "Eugene" Marshalik

New York City Police Department - Auxiliary Police Section, New York

End of Watch Wednesday, March 14, 2007

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Reflections for Auxiliary Police Officer Yevgeniy Borisovitch "Eugene" Marshalik

Our heavy hearts and thoughts are with the family members and the officers of the NYPD. May god Bless them both!

Auxiliary Staff Sergeant Tim Maiola
Toronto Police Traffic Services H/P

March 20, 2007

Hero's N.Y.P.D. Officers Nicholas T. Pekearo and Yevgeniy Marshalik, They dont make them any braver.
Those heros answered there radios and responded to a armed robbery with no weapons to protect themselves. They engaged the suspect chased him as he fled while radioing in there location and description of the suspect. As he pulled a weapon they retreated and the suspect chased them down, this enabled backup officers to arrive on location and take the suspect out. If they did not do what they did the suspect would of been g.o.a. and other lives would of been at risk. By putting there lives on the line and keeping the suspect in sight and occupied it enabled backup officers to arrive before he fled the area..
They are hero's, rest in peace my brother's...

Deputy
King County Sheriff Wa.

March 19, 2007

To Officer Marshalik's family: This young man could have taught me some things. He confronted an armed individual with no weapon. He did not have to do that. He was a hero and he saved others by doing what he did. He had GUTS.

Police Officer Mark Carpenter
Nassau Bay, Texas

March 19, 2007

Our heartfelt condolences to all of you from the Members at Ontario Provincial Police, Barrie Detachment.

Sergeant L.H. (Larry) FAULKNER
Ontario Provincial Police

March 19, 2007

Rest in peace brother.

1773P
CSPD

March 19, 2007

Thank you for your service. In your death you provide light to the richness of a good soul. It is unmistakable that you and your partner were designed by the the Almighty to serve and protect.

Officer
CBP

March 19, 2007

to my fellow brothers eugene and nicholas may you rest in peace we love you

A/SGT philip Disalvio
nypd auxiliary

March 19, 2007

Rest In Peace Brother Officer We have your watch covered .

Deputy Sheriff Scott C.Stringer
Pontotoc County Sheriff Department-Miss.

March 19, 2007

It's not how you die that makes a hero... it's how you live. For Officer Marshalik to pursue a killer, while unarmed, was beyond heroic.

Beth
Sister of a fallen officer

March 19, 2007

The Florida Police Chiefs Association would like to express our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Auxiliary Police Officer Eugene Marshalik, and the New York City P.D. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of great sadness. Please take comfort in knowing that your extended law enforcement family grieves with you. Officer Marshalik, we thank you for your service. You will not be forgotten.

Members and Staff
Florida Police Chiefs Association

March 19, 2007

This is a tragic reminder that it can happen. I have found in my Auxiliary career that the additude it can't happen to me as I am an Auxiliary is in our organization. We have different duties at times than a regular member, but are still exposed to the public. The public only see's the uniform. A training officer of mine once said to me "you look like a duck, act like a duck, talk like a duck, the bad guy only see's a duck".

Auxiliary Sgt John Woodward
Ontario Provincial Police Canada

March 19, 2007

Rest in peace Brother Eugene, you are a true hero and will never be forgotten for your service and courage.

Son of G. Truman Wortham EOW 7/15/73

Assistant Chief Carl Wortham
Sand Springs Okla. Police Dept.

March 19, 2007

As an Auxillary Deputy as well as vol. FF/EMT Ican sense the dedication to community these two officers had. Each time we put on the uniform we take a chance, but with no concern to ourselves if a person is in trouble. I am reminded of a scripture verse"No greater love is that,then of aman woho would lay down his life for that of another",my quote may not be exact my my sentiment's are there. To the families of these two OFFICERS, I would like to simply say, may CHRIST JESUS be with you now and alway's.
Deputy, Michael Marovich

Deputy Michael Marovich
Wood County Ohio Auxillary

March 19, 2007

MAY YOU REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND....

Detective Danny Rodriguez
Yonkers SPCA LAW ENFOCEMENT DIV

March 19, 2007

One word describes both of you to police the streets of NYC Unarmed. HEROES. That is what both of you are. God bless the NYPD and God bless both of you and your families

Garrett Watson

March 19, 2007

Officer Marshalik,
Your life had just begun as an officer when sadly you were taken from this world. You are and always will be a true hero! You can rest easy for you are now one of god's angles. Tell all our fellow officers with you in heaven that we miss them also. All your fellow brothers and sisters wearing the badge honor you. May you rest in peace!!!
The Hernandez Family
Deputy's with the escambia county s/o fl

deputy's
escambia county s/o

March 18, 2007

The courage you and your partner showed that day is overwhelming. You two will always be remembered. It's men lke you that make this country great. Rest in Peace, and may God comfort your families.

Ofc Minardi
New Haven PD,CT

March 18, 2007

My you rest in peace my brother. You are a Hero and will never be forgotten.

A/DI Timothy Johnson &
The 75 Precinct Auxiliary Unit

A/Deputy Inspector Timothy Johnson
NYPD 75 Precinct Auxiliary Unit

March 18, 2007

Your assignment is complete. Rest well, brother. We'll take it from here.

PSO/K9 McNeely
Morganton NC DPS

March 18, 2007

Officer Marshalik "HERO" is not a big enough word to describe an incredible life and a great human being. Service to humanity is the greatest prayer. Brother, I attended both funerals this weekend. I stood there is the cold and greived for a brother officer who died so other my live. There is no greater honor. I served with the NYPD Auxiliary for five years. I am currently a APO with Suffolk County, NY PD. This hit home more than you will ever know. To all your brother and sisters in the NYPD Auxiliary, god bless all of you. God bless you Officer Marshalik, rest in peace. We will take it from here.

APO Roger Singh
Suffolk County Police Department

March 18, 2007

On behalf of the officers of the Framingham Auxiliary Police I wish to extend our heartfelt condolences to the family of Officer Yevgeniy (Eugene) Marshalik and to our brothers and sisters of the NYPD. Auxiliary officer Marshalik and his partner officer Pekearo volunteered their time to make New York City a better and safer place for all to live. They made the ultimate sacrifice in their efforts. They are true heroes in every sense of the word. Rest in peace our brother; we will never forget the sacrifice you made for us.

Captain Marc Spigel
Framingham Auxiliary Police (MA)

March 18, 2007

I sit here and reflect on my twenty years of service and this is one of the saddest moments I can remember. These volunteer officers gave their lives and certainly have a place among the Angels in Heaven. The lives they saved not only civilians but also Police Officers that evening was countless. May their spirits live on forever and God bless their souls. May we always remember them and never forget their sacrifice.

DET Michael Zotto
NYPD

March 18, 2007

Rest in peace Officer Marshalik

NYS Troopers
New York State Police

March 18, 2007

God Bless this Hero and his partner. May they both rest in peace!!

Detective Reid
NYPD

March 18, 2007

ONE DOESNT DIE FOR A PAYCHECK, ONE DIES WITH HONOR OF ONES BADGE.

March 18, 2007

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