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Police Officer Robert Anthony Kozminski

Grand Rapids Police Department, Michigan

End of Watch Sunday, July 8, 2007

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Reflections for Police Officer Robert Anthony Kozminski

Well partner, I haven't forgotten. I still live it every day. The wonders of why you were forgotten in the back by yourself. Continue to watch over us.

Still a Michigan Police Officer

July 8, 2019

Continue to rest easy brother. Watch over us

Wayne State University PD

June 11, 2019

Happy Birthday!


July 8, 2018

It has now been 11 years since your murder. I was there that night. There will always be questions unanswered about what happened and why you were in the back by yourself. There were a lot of "people" on scene but only a couple of true cops were there. This incident has changed many lives forever. It's hard to understand stand how others can live with their "in actions". For that, I am sorry My Brother.

Still a Michigan Police Officer

July 7, 2018

42 pages. All we have is 42 pages this Christmas. I’m not sure why but it better be worth it. It’s been awhile.


December 22, 2017

Tell the Old Man happy birthday. Still don’t understand the plan.


December 22, 2017

I still remember and it still hurts. Thanks to all his brothers in blue.

Bill Neller

February 5, 2017

Praise to the King of Kings


October 10, 2016

Happy belated birthday. Christmas around the corner. However, it's just not the same without you. Someday we'll see each other again.

Love you forever,
Your Friend

P.S. A friend of mine joined you recently, tell him I said "hi."


December 19, 2015

Dearest Officer Koz, you are still at the forefront of the heroes. Can't wait to see you in Heaven.

Gene Tobin Retired
Grand Rapids Police

October 22, 2015

Time may have passed but you are not forgotten. I believe as long as someone remembers you or speaks your name, you are still with us.
Thank you for your heroism.
GOD Bless

Detention Officer A.Zambito

July 15, 2015

Always on my mind. Every second, of every minute, of every hour, of every day I think of you. I had a dream a few years ago and you were in it. I was there and He answered. How do I get there?


May 23, 2015

Still think about you everyday. Every shift.

Friend * *

May 2, 2015

Grrreat thing you did God bless you


March 28, 2015

Brother Koz,
Just stopping by to say hello. I check your page a few times and I want you to know that you and your family are prayed for. Rest in peace brother.

Pa State Police

February 28, 2015

Merry Christmas!


December 25, 2014

I miss you so much
Miss you too much


October 26, 2014

Thinking of his family and friends always, but especially today. God Bless you all.


July 8, 2014

I want to say that that one of your officers, Bob kazminski, will forever be in my heart and soul. He was one of the only officers that treated me with compassion when I was going through one of the hardest times of my life. I know the other officers that dealt with me just had enough of me, and they were not very nice to me to say the least, and would roughly haul me to jail. However, I can only imagine how stressful their jobs are and they are flawed people just like the rest of us, sometimes making mistakes. What I want to say though is officer Kazminski arrested me one day. I think for disorderly conduct. I tried strangling myself with the seatbelt while he was outside talking to my mother and brother. I remember looking at them and wondering why they didnt love me. So I thought. I was so very depressed, angry and just handle my feelings of deep sadness which I often took out in rage. Officer Kazminski opened the door saying,"why are u doing this!" But he didnt hurt me and I vould feel his compassion. Instead of bringing me to jail, he brought me to Network 180 to have me evaluated because I know he knew I needed help. I don't really remember what happened or where I went after that. Things r pretty foggy. It was so sad because I found out he was shot in the line of duty going to a call on a domestic. My heart broke. I couldnt get him out of my head because of the compassion he showed me. I was once again put in jail, and remember thinking of him all the time. Envisioning what must have happened that tragic day he died and thinking about his family even though I had no idea who they were, and rembering the day I met him. It haunted me and I prayed for his family all the time. The noble officer who showed compassion to me when I most definately needed it. A fallen beautiful soldier. May God always be with his loved ones,while hes in Heavan. Officer Kazminski...I will always remember you and u will always have a special place in my heart. God bless you and all those who have tragically lost their lives while doing their jobs. Trying to protect us.


May 10, 2014

Go Blue! Love ya forever.

Your Pal

April 17, 2014

I can only imagine what Christmas is like in Heaven. Keep watching over us and keep us all safe. See you soon, Buddy. -Your pal forever.


December 26, 2013

Merry Christmas!
Go Blue!


December 24, 2013

Stopping by to say hello Bobby. God Bless

Pennsylvania State Police

October 13, 2013

He was a great man. Selfless hardworking and caring. He is a real child of God. God bless you always Officer Kozminski. Rest In Peace.

Kelsey Lawrence 12/12

August 14, 2013

Miss you


July 15, 2013

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