Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Detective Corporal Kenneth Armstrong

Montgomery Police Department, Alabama

End of Watch Friday, August 17, 2007

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Reflections for Detective Corporal Kenneth Armstrong

Rest in peace always knowing that your memory, service and sacrifice will never, ever be forgotten by your law enforcement brethren.

Detective Cpl/3 Steven Rizzo
Delaware State Police (Retired)

August 17, 2020

Rest in peace Detective Corporal Armstrong.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

October 21, 2019


Anrae Godley-Cooper
U.S. Army Military Police

July 11, 2018

Rest in peace.

Lieutenant Ray Flores
N.Y.P.D. (retired)

August 17, 2017

The calendar reflects nine years from your end of watch. The memorial bands and challenge coins we wear and hold will not bring you back, but they help us to remember you everyday. We miss you Ken.

Special Agent Jeremy Peterson
Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
State Bureau of Investigation

August 18, 2016

I'm from Montgomery however i work in another state at this time , but will never forget any brother or sister that gave their life to protect and serve the citizens ! God Bless you my brother and rest in peace .

Special Agent - retired - still a profil

August 17, 2016

Well Ken, today marks nine years since God took you too soon. You are gone but never forgotten. Memorial bands and challenge coins can't bring you back, but they help us never to forget. We still miss you Ken.

Your brothers and sisters in blue

Special Agent, Senior
Alabama Law Enforcement Agency

August 17, 2016

Sending hugs and prayer to the family and department. Hero's are never forgotten..

Connie Barker/Mother of
Officer Clint Walker's Prattville P.D E.O.W. 1-14-04

August 17, 2016

Detective Cpl. Kenneth Armstrong, Rest in Peace, we will recall your dedicated policing and military service and your ultimate sacrifice, on every anniversary of your final courageous dispatch ! God Bless You and your Families, Red, Blue, and Marine.

grateful civilian

August 17, 2015

Ken, today is the eight year Anniversary of your passing. Gone but not forgotten. There has been alot happen in the time you have physically been gone from MPD. You will always be a part of the Thin Blue Line. Thanks for your friendship and for being willing to train this lateral transfer. I know I gave you alot of grief questioning the MPD way.

Special Agent, Senior Jeremy K. Peterson
Alabama Law Enforcement Agency

August 17, 2015

Alabama Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) is thinking of this fine young man this month. Hugs to his family.

Cindy Warren
Survivor Mom of Ofc David Curtis

August 3, 2015

Man my classmate. 2004-B.... One of the smartest guys I know. Here it is 2015 and I still say to myself that you would be a Captain or a Major by now.. Much respect for you buddy.. I still remember days of the academy we would come to your house and relax and play some poker just to get our minds off of being yelled at the next day... Outstanding. #SALUTE... REST WELL SIR

Cpl. E. L. Morris
Montgomery Police Dept, AL

January 21, 2015

Merry Christmas Ken. We will never forget you.

Agent Jeremy K Peterson
Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board

December 25, 2014

7 years have passed, but the years have not changed the memories we have of the time spent with you. Patrol, poker, kayaking, softball and talk of Braves Baseball. The memories will keep you in our hearts forever. We miss you Ken.

Agent Jeremy K Peterson
Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board

August 17, 2014

Ken we have been here 6 years now without you with us, but we have not forgotten you or your wife and boys. We miss you. Know that we will always honor your end if watch and the example you left for us.

Agent Jeremy K Peterson
Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board

August 17, 2013

Ken, I never knew you, but I promise you are not forgotten. We went and saw your name at the National Memorial during police week and we knew you were there smiling down on us.


May 29, 2012

Thinking about the brothers we have lost since we graduated the academy together. Rest in peace and keep watch over us.

Cpl JE Stokes
Montgomery PD

January 14, 2012

Ken, I discussed in Sunday School this morning your role in transitioning me to the "Montgomery Way." We were discussing Unconditional Acceptance as it relates to marriage and I told everyone how you guided me in training and introduced me to the circle of friends that now honor your memory each day by wearing a memorial bracelet. I put my badge on everyday remembering your friendship and your strong work ethic. The thin blue line is unconditional acceptance and those who wear a badge know that we are here to help all our brothers in blue. I come to your memorial on this site to talk things out sometimes. I know that you always had good advice for me when we rode the west side. I have changed since you left us, but I have not forgotten. KMA #1662 EOW 08/17/2007

Agent Jeremy K. Peterson
Alabama ABC Board

September 25, 2011

I would like to extend my deepest sympathy to the family, and to the Montgomery Police Department for the last of Detective Corporal Kenneth Armstrong. I wish that I had known him and I'm sure he was a great officer and I know that everyone misses him. Even though I did not personally know him, I felt the need to say something because I feel a since of loss and grief when I hear the news of a fallen officer. God bless Kenneth, his family, and the Montgomery Police Department.

George Pugh
Phenix City Police Department

February 21, 2011

Merry Christmas Ken. We miss you.

Agent Jeremy K. Peterson
Alabama ABC Board

December 25, 2010

One of the best friends I ever had. We miss you Ken. I try to remeber the good times. Rafting, Poker... I still tell the stories.

Your death hit me hard, and I still feel it to this day.

Cpl. R.L. Fleming
Montgomery Police Department

August 30, 2010

Ken, I will never forget the time we spent as partners with MPD. Keep watching out for us as we continue to protect and serve.

Agent J.K. Peterson #167
Alabama ABC Board

August 17, 2010

Continue to watch over us brother. Your sacrifice will never be forgotten.

Cpl J E Stokes

May 27, 2010

Merry Christmas Ken, we miss you.

Corporal J.K. Peterson
Montgomery Police Department

December 25, 2009

Never forgotten brother 2004B

Cpl J E Stokes

September 2, 2009

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