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

MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND COWORKERS OF OFFICER BROWN. MAY GOD BLESS EACH OF YOU WITH HIS COMFORT AND A PEACE BEYOND HUMAN UNDERSTANDING. TO MY FALLEN BROTHER, MAY GOD BLESS YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE AND SACRIFICE. A HERO FOR SURE. YOU HAVE SERVED WELL, NOW MAY YOU REST IN PEACE.

CHIEF RONNIE WATFORD-RET.
JEFFERSON POLICE DEPT,S.C.

August 16, 2007

MAY YOU REST ON PEACE BROTHER , I WILL PRAY FOR YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONE GOD BLESS THE PEACE KEEPERS

P/O
PHILA PD

August 16, 2007

Officer Brown,
Thank you for your service and sacrifice to your community and our nation, I am very proud of you. My prayers are with you and your family.

Sergeant Mark Moyle
McKinney Police Department

August 16, 2007

It's so sad that an idiot took away on of God's choosen men, to the family, officers, and friends may God keep you all and give you all a peace of mind in your time of need. I can't say how many times i'm sorry for this, i'm just going to keep yuou all in my prayers.

jasmine
cousin of officer latoya miles

August 16, 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.

K-9 Officer Phillips
Fl. Dept. of Ag. Law Enf.

August 16, 2007

My deepest sympathy to the family,friends, and co-workers at St.Louis Police Department. God Bless you Officer Brown, you are what hero's are made of. You will not be forgotten our Brother in Blue.

Sgt. Jim May (ret)
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Dept.

August 16, 2007

REST IN PEACE MY BROTHER, THANK YOU FOR SACRIFICE

OFFICER STEPFARNE GRAY
BIRMINGHAM POLCE DEPARTMENT

August 16, 2007

As a recruit entering your department, you are the first officer killed in the line of duty from our department since I have been employed by SLMPD. Although I am sure that I will see this senseless tragedy repeated multiple time over what I hope is a long career, I can only pray that you will be the last. My prayers are with you and your family. May you rest in peace, and may your murderer rot in jail!

St. Louis Academy Recruit/Cadet
SLMPD

August 16, 2007

God bless you, brother. Rest in peace.

Captain Gary Graham (RET)
Denver Police Department

August 16, 2007

Gods peace be with you and your family as are my prayers.

K-9 Officer Tom Summerville
Eutaw Police Department

August 16, 2007

My condolences to Officer Brown's family, co-workers and agency. I am very truly sorry to hear what happened to him. I do the same "stop and talks" all the time because that in part and traffic stops are excellent ways to defend your community and put bad criminals behind bars. I can tell that Officer Brown was trying to do his part in defending his community by doing just that.

Much respect to that undercover officer for listening to his radio and helping his fellow officer.

Officer Brown and that undercover officer are truly brave men.


With my highest respects,

A fellow peace officer.

Police Officer
El Paso, Texas Police Department

August 16, 2007

Rest easy young brother, we'll take it from here. Our prayers go out to the family of Officer Brown. Stay strong, God has got him now.


WBPD

August 16, 2007

Thanks for joining us in the fight, but you can relax now. You're home.

JWalker
Chief, Airline Security Operations

August 16, 2007

rest in peace my brother. My condolences to the family from one officers family to another.

August 16, 2007

Dear Lord, be with me on my beat this day and every day. Grant that each weary block I walk may ease a brother's way. Let me be kindly to the old, and to the young be strong, but let me triumph over those whose acts are cruel and wrong. And when my own last summons comes and I stand in your court, Lord, may my rest with you be long, my punishment be short.

You were way too young to leave us this way but know that you are a hero and may God bless and keep you and your family and may your sacrifice never be forgotten.

Larry Wright
LAPD

August 16, 2007

I was born in St. Louis and have a lot of family there. By reading about Officer Brown, it was clear to me that he had a promising career ahead of him. I work as a patrolman in the most troubled areas of Evansville, Indiana. Every day I go to work I wonder if the same thing that happened to Officer Brown is going to happen to me or one of my fellow officers. I believe it takes a special person and a special sacrifice to be a police officer. We care more about others than we do ourselves. I commend Officer Brown for making St. Louis a safer place. To Officer Brown's family and fellow officers, on behalf of the Evansville P.D. and myself, I am truly sorry for your loss.

Officer Steve Hicks
Evansville Police Dept. Evansville, IN

August 16, 2007

To the Family of Officer Brown, My heart is torn as I hear of yet another wonderful young man, who gave of his heart and now his life to help make our city a safer place to live.
Please know that my prayers are totally focused on your family today. There are no words that can describe the grief and sadness we all feel, for our own child could have just as easily been the latest victim of the violence and evil that roam the streets of our city.
God be with you through this terrible tragedy, may He surround you with His loving arms and comfort you in your sorrow.
With sincere thoughts and prayers,
A fellow parent of a 7th Dist. Officer.


Parent of an officer in the 7th Dist.

August 16, 2007

May you rest in peace my brother. God Bless all of yall at the St. Louis Police Dept. and to the family of Officer Brown, may your memories be sweet and just know that he gave his cause to OUR God and OUR Country. Im proud to say that he served in the same proffesion that I am in.

Sgt. Mike Szempruch
Bossier City Police Dept. Bossier City Louisiana

August 16, 2007

Another senseless murder of someone in the community who was trying to make a difference. Officer Brown may you rest in peace and may God give comfort to your family in their time of need. The cowards who did this to you must be caught! I have faith in the St. Louis Police Dept!!!
A Concerned and Fed Up Citizen!!!

Ms R
Concerned Citizen

August 16, 2007

Your life and career cut too short, Officer Brown. We thank you so much for your Service, Sir. You will NEVER be forgotten. Rest easy.....we will take it from here.

Sr. Trooper Trey Pellizzari
Texas Dept of Public Safety/Commercial Vehicle Enforcement--Rockwall

August 16, 2007

to the family of Officer Norvelle Brown, I am so sorry for
your loss of your love one, I will keep you in my prayers
this time of sadness and tragedy,

Rest in peace Blue Angel,

Mother of a Deputy Sheriff.
Maryland.

August 16, 2007

Thank you, Officer Brown, for your service to the people of Missouri and the United States. Your dedication and efforts are appreciated and will not be forgotten. Rest in peace, Hero.

Janice Brown
conway, Arkansas
civilian

Janice Brown
civilian

August 16, 2007

My sincerest sympathy to the family and friends of Police Officer Norvelle Brown as well to the St. Louis Police Department.

Robert Wigton #9516
Patrolman
San Antonio Park Police,TX

Patrolman Robert Wigton # 9516
San Antonio Park Police

August 16, 2007

I have never seen you brother, but I know you. You could have gone down the street and ignored that guy. You did not, you saw something, felt something, you did your job. You were involved, you enjoyed your job. You took pleasure in that once in awhile you got to help someone that really needed it and ocasionally arrest some one that deserved it. That carried you through the boredom, disrespect, routine bull, and occassional fear. You were a Hero every day. Now too young an honored "Died In the Line Of Duty." A hero puts on his uniform and equipemnt goes to work everyday or night even when he does not feel quit so motivated because one of his partners or a citizen might need him. Others have taken up where you fell, the line has held. Rest peace and farewell.

Retired
Cty Dty S. C.

August 16, 2007

It is with deep saddness that the St. Louis Police have to go through this. It is sad day when any officer is killed or injured. I know I speak for the Brooklyn Fire Dept. when I say, we are sorry and our thoughts and prayers go out to all who knew or loved Officer Brown. May GOD blss and eace be with you all!

Chaplain Jim Owens
Brooklyn Fire department (Illinois)

August 16, 2007

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