Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Norvelle Brown

St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, Missouri

End of Watch Wednesday, August 15, 2007

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Reflections for Police Officer Norvelle Brown

It is truly a sad day when a fellow law enforcement officer has to end his watch with a bullet. I am saddened to know that this is more recently a reality that all in law enforcement must face. You can rest easy now and let your fellow brothers and sisters in uniform continue the watch. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Officer Brown.

SGT Greg Ewers
Camp Blanding Military Police Dept.

August 21, 2007

Your service to the community will never be forgotten. Thank you for everything, and rest easy.

August 21, 2007

Officer Brown, it is very sad to hear that your life was cut very short. I pray that God has openned up a light to you to guide you home to Him, I am also lifting your family in prayer in this sad time. Thank you for your service to your community, your state and your country. May you rest in peace and may the Lord comfort you as you arrive home.

SBPA Antonio Lopez
US Border Patrol

August 21, 2007

To the family of Officer Brown,we are so sorry for your loss. What a tragic and sad day this is. We pray for Gods love and His strength to uphold you in the days to come. Officer Brown, thank you for your SACRIFICE and BRAVERY in protecting the lives of others.

Tammy Persin
Mother of Military Police Officer
PFC Brian Thomas Gleason 8/9/2000

August 21, 2007

To the family of Norvelle:

Hello I just wanted to say that I am truly sorry for what happen to your son. May god comfort you all through this time of sorrow. I am a firm believer of God and I do believe that he called him home because his time had expried on earth. Just remember that we all gotta go one day, but I know that it hurts because he was taken away so soon. I never got the chance to meet him, but from what I hear, he was an awesome person. Stay prayerful and keep GOD first because he will be the one to get you through this.

R.I.P. PPO Norvelle Brown

Love always PO BOYD DSN 6330

PO Takisha Boyd 6330
SLMPD (Fellow Officer)

August 21, 2007

Officer Brown your sacrifice will never be forgotten; indeed you are a hero. My prayers are with you and your family during this tragic and despicable loss. I thank you for your service to the community.

Rest easy now my brother.......we'll finish the tour from here. GOD BLESS!

Sgt.Kenneth Bowman
Washington Township PD(Toledo,Ohio)

August 21, 2007

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Brown family and the S.L.P.D.
God bless you Officer Brown, rest in peace, you will not be forgotten.
May the coward be brought to JUSTICE soon.

Cpl Jean Paul Rochat
Swiss Army, MP Service, Traffic Unit

August 21, 2007

Officer Brown,

Thank you for your service and your sacrifice. Watch over us and I'll see you when I get there bro. Say hi to Luke for me.

PO1 Session 49
Montgomery County Police (Maryland)

August 21, 2007

Rest in peace,Brother. Thank you for your service.We are at war with these punks that have nothing better to do,than kill a police officer.We will PREVAIL.To all the officers of the St.Louis Police Department,please accept my condolences.To the family of Ofc.Brown you are in my prayers.


Sgt.BR Sexton
Okla.Dept.of Corrections

August 21, 2007

Rest easy brother

Patrol Officer
Lafayette PD IN

August 21, 2007

Rest in Peace Officer Brown...You lived in Honor...Now, Rest in Peace.

To the Brown Family,

I extend to you my sincere condolences in your lost of a true hero. Every time we lose an officer to such senseless violence it makes me think, is the job really worth it? Is this profession worth the grief a family must endure? But having live in the very community that took your love one away, I am thankful that I met a St. Louis Police Officer who took the time to show me the way to a better life.

It is time that we start teaching our children who the really heroes are. It's not the basketball player, rappers on TV, or these thugs on the street that our kids should be looking up to. These people have no vested interest in our communities. It's the men and women who pin on that badge everyday and have sworn to protect us that are the "TRUE HEROS"

Rest in Peace Officer Brown. You will not be forgotten.

P.O. E.J. Jackson
Jefferson City Police Dept

August 21, 2007

I am so sorry for what has happened to your family, no words can make the pain go away. Just know that there are many people out there thinking about you and praying for you. I never met Officer Brown but he sounds like a WONDERFUL man. He died trying to make the world a better place and I, along with so many others, truly respect that. He will ALWAYS be remembered as a HERO to his community and the people he helped out every day.
*R.I.P Officer Brown*

August 20, 2007

MY THANKS GOES TO YOU FOR DOING YOU JOB AND CARING FOR YOUR COMMUNITY. JEA. ARIZONA

jea

August 20, 2007

It is very distressing to hear of a 15 year old going out to kill and officer.
I;m so sorry for the family of Norvelle Brown and I will pray for their healing.
This young shooter has cause much heart break though out our nation and if there are any more young men thinking about doing a crime. I say, don't do it!

James Baker
citizen of Philadelphia PA

August 20, 2007

May you rest in peace Officer Brown.

Leo J. Kennerson #2814
RETIRED TROOPER, NYSP

August 20, 2007

Norvelle (Cheeto) and Family,
I had the pleasure of working with Norvelle at Vashon, and he was bright light in the school. His smile could light up the room, and his laugh made coming to work better everyday. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends, and know that he is gone but not forgotten.

Kimberly Neal
Former Teacher (Vashon High School)

August 20, 2007

My thoughts are with your family, friends, and co-workers. I didn't have the opportunity to know you but I do realize your contribution to the city of St. Louis and society as a whole. Your mother seems to be a wonderful and forgiving person from what I've read. That tells me what kind of person you were. I wish I could be as forgiving but I'm not. We will miss you walking the beat. RIP my Brother.

K9 Off. Eric Bailey #220
Granite City, IL PD

August 20, 2007

I would like to express my deepest sympathy to the Brown's Family. Officer Brown has done so much for the community and my heart is broken to see that his life was shorten. He received his strength from you Ms. Brown. Your faith in the Lord is so amazing. May the Lord continue to strengthen and comfort you and your family in your time of need. May God Bless You All!!!

Toni Johnston

August 20, 2007

Rest in peace Ofc. Brown, you will be remembered as a hero..

G. Watts Star # 2062
San Francisco Police-TTF

August 20, 2007

Norvelle,
You were the best classmate, fellow officer, and friend that a copper could ask for. I truly believe that you made a impact on all of us of the 06-02's, and we are all better officers and people for having known you. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

P.O. Michael Kegel
St. Louis Police Department

August 20, 2007

Officer Brown,
Thank you for everything you have done to make this a safer world. May you rest in peace brother.

Sgt. Walter Hughes, Retired
MNPD - Nashville, Tennessee

August 20, 2007

Family and brother's and sister officers, May God comfort you at this dificult time. It is so sad that this wonderful young man has been lost in this way. Please stand firm and proud of what he stood for. Keep your faith in the Lord and in our justice system.

Rev. John Massicotte
None

August 20, 2007

My heart goes out to the family and friends of Officer Brown. He will be missed by many.

Ptlm. Eric C. Stacy
Cahokia Police Department

August 20, 2007

To Officer Brown family I just will like to say how sorry I'm for your lost , but you know what he's in a better place than all of us. I did'nt know Novrvelle personally , but I seen him before. May god be with you all.

Lois

August 20, 2007

To the family of Officer Brown:

To anyone who patrols the mean streets and put their lives on the line to make a community a better place, says a lot about a person.

As a former resident of north St. Louis and Vashon class of '75, my prayers go out to all who Officer Brown touched in his short, but gallant life.

Carl S. Garrett
Wentzville, MO

August 20, 2007

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