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

My sincerest sympathy to the family and friends of Auxiliary Police Officer Yevgeniy Marshalik as well as to the New York City Police Department and Auxiliary Police Section. Rest in peace Officer Marshalik, you are gone but will not be forgotten...

Dispatcher Sue Rusch
Punta Gorda PD, Punta Gorda FL

March 17, 2007

You are a true hero....willing to protect the streets of NYC at such a young age. Even without a firearm, you continued to pursue the evil one who took so many lives. Your family, friends & co-workers are in my prayers as they begin this difficult road ahead of them. May God wrap his loving arms around them & carry them through the days ahead. Thank you sir & God Bless You!

Survivor of Trooper Calvin Taylor

March 17, 2007

My deepest sympathies go out to the family, freinds and co-workers of Aux. Officer Marshalik.

Aux. Sgt. Lee Brown
Ontario Provincial Police

March 17, 2007

Rest, brother.
Even though you were not armed, you still responded to help. That shows the true level of your integrity and being.

Cpl Steve Headley
Mishawaka, IN police

March 17, 2007

Officer Marshalik, thank you sir! You and your partner are heroes. Your willingness to serve as an A/O proves your dedication. Thank you also for making the ultimate sacrifice for the citizens you protected. To the officers who got your murder, I thank you as well. I am praying that God would give the Marshalik family much of His grace to get through this very difficult time. To the NYPD family, be safe as you continue the watch!

Traffic Officer Tom Williams
City of Los Angeles DOT

March 17, 2007


Aux. Sgt. Major Stephen Prior
Ontario Provincial Police

March 17, 2007

Rest in Peace Brother

Police Officer
Chicago PD

March 17, 2007

may god bless officer marshalik and his family as well as his friend's and co-worker's.he will never br forgotten.god bless and r.i.p.

fairfield counrt s-o lancaster,ohio

March 17, 2007


Many are often quick to judge the actions of police officers across the country, but more so in the Northeast and with the most frequency in NYC. These brave young warriors, unarmed, unpaid and placing all they had on the line for the citizens of New York, and paying for it with their very lives. Hero is an understatement for these fine young men. I am certain, the actions these officers undertook saved countless lives, while sacrificing their own. Despite how many detractors curse, ridicule, belittle and berate the NYPD, the B R A V E R Y, T E N A C I T Y,
C O U R A G E AND H E R O I S M these fine young Officers displayed is reflective of why the NYPD is "The Finest."

God Bless these brave young men, the City of New Yourk should be eternally grateful for the heroic actions they undertook.

Boston, MA

March 17, 2007

A true American Hero, nuf' said.

Sgt. Salvador J. Onofre
Balcones Heights Police Dept.

March 17, 2007

Though we never met I will always remember you & the sacrifice you made to keep us all safe. You most definitely have passed the surly bonds of earth to touch the face of God.

Louis Arrua
NYC Resident

March 16, 2007

Thank you for your dedication and service not only to the citzens of New York, NYPD, but to all Dept.s all over. There is no words that I can say to express my feelings for you and your family. It takes a dedicated person to put on a uniform and without thinking twice to act when someone is in need of help as you did. Someone was needing help and you and your partner did not think twice to step in and assist. To you I say THANK YOU for your service, dedication, and love for law enforcement. Sir RIP. we have it from here. you will not be forgotten.

Dep. Justin Biggs
St.Clair Co. Sheriff Dept.

March 16, 2007

Like you brother, I serve my city unarmed. Like you brother I have faced the worse of the worse. But you did it with no compensation. And when your greatest test came you answered the challenge with an act so brave none of us can truly but it into words. Rest easy, Brother. You showed us all what being a cop was all about.

Lieutenant Ronnell Boylan
New York City Hospital Police

March 16, 2007

God speed and God bless. My prayers and those of my family go out to the family, brother police officers, and friends of Officer Marshalik.

FF Joseph Black
Warminster Fire Department

March 16, 2007


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March 16, 2007



March 16, 2007

My condolences to the family of Officer Eugene Marshalik. He was doing a job that he loved to do... keep the city that he loves safe for the citizens and for nothing other then the kindness of his heart... and we thank him. Its not to hard to love New York City it gets into your blood.His killing has sadness the whole tri-state area as well as any person that heard about this story in the media.May he rest in peace. Your sorrow is shared by us all..may god bless you!You will never be alone because Yevgeniy is watch over you plus he safe with his partner Officer Pekearo in heaven.

Albert Bodner
Private citizen S.Plainfield NJ

March 16, 2007

My deepest thoughts to your family and friends...

Aux. Cst. D.T.Bland
Ontario Provincial Police

March 16, 2007

The credit belongs to the one who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs and comes short again and again, who knows the great devotions, and spends himself in a worthy cause, who at best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if they fail, at least fails while daring greatly. So that their place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat.

Terry Donovan
spouse of Amy Lynn Donovan Austin P.D. E.O.W. 31 Oct 2004

March 16, 2007

I had the pleasure of visiting your city only last week, my wife and I spent an afternoon wandering around Greenwich village before spending a eye opening evening with 2 officers from Midtown South Precinct.
As a reserve officer myself I understand the desire to serve your community to the best of your ability, and the willingness to carry out those duties no matter what the costs.
I salute you and your partner, may your shifts continue on more peaceful streets. My prayers go to your families, I hope your bravery gives them the strength to see them through this tragic time.

S/Sgt Andy Miles
Thames valley Police. England

March 16, 2007

On behalf of the OPP Auxiliary Unit in Lanark County I would like to extend our condolences to the NY Police and the families of the fallen Auxiliary Officers.

Aux. S/Sgt Dwaine Hill
Unit Commander
Lanark County OPP

Aux. S/Sgt. Dwaine Hill
Ontario Provincial Police

March 16, 2007

New York police have lost a couple of fine officers. You and your partners heroism leaves us in awe. I'm sad that this happened to you, but you both make me feel so proud. Thank you "Officer". God bless.

Darrell Cook Retired Police TN.

March 16, 2007

There iz ZERO excuse for allowing these fine, brave men on the violent streets of NYC unarmed. Who is the moron who allowed this? The NYPD Auxiliary Officers deserve better than this!!

JD Phillips

March 16, 2007

Rest in peace brother.

Ohio State Highway Patrol

March 16, 2007

Your bravery is unparrelled. Your sacriface is the ultimate. I do not think I have ever heard a story that has touched me as these two Auxiliary Police Officers. My heart and prayers are with both family's and will continue to be so. I am deeply sorry for the pain you must bear, but the respect and courage of these brave men will never be forgotten.

My deepest respect and heartfelt sorrow for your losses.
Mother of Officer Cole Martin EOW 4/25/03

March 16, 2007

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