Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Alfred L. Gordon, Sr.

Orlando Police Department, Florida

End of Watch Thursday, October 4, 2007

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Reflections for Police Officer Alfred L. Gordon, Sr.

I will always love you UNC. I remember years ago when you i used to come to disney world and visit you. u r the best uncle a person can have. we are blessed to have had you in our lives.

I WILL MISS YOU!!

Mr. LaThaniel Dillon
Uncle

October 10, 2007

Rest in peace brother, your servie and sacrafice will not be forgotten!

Patrolman Jeff Tripp
Marion,Ma police Dept

October 10, 2007

Ofc. Gordon; Arizona thanks you for your service to the citizens of Orlando and the State of Florida. Others with run the race for you and carry the torch of freedom in your memory. May your family members be comforted knowing your death, however senseless, was not in vain. We grieve at your loss and pray for your families recovery and healing. Rest in eternal peace.

Commander Dean S. Nyhart
Arizona Department of Public Safety (State Police)

October 10, 2007

Your strength & love to protect all of us is so admirable.
The efforts to protect us takes a special person and to see a precious life go is undescribable. I dont know him personally, but by looking at his picture you can see a man with a big heart. My thoughts & prayers are with the family and dont forget what he has meant to you and the protection of all of us. God Bless!

D Ford
City of Renton Parking Enforcement

October 10, 2007

Another senseless death of a police officer, committed by two of the next generation of predators. When will the courts & criminal justice system finally recognize that violent juvenile offenders grow up to violent adult offenders & need to be dealt with in appropriate fashion. Early release for armed robbery, huh? Well now he'll get to see how he likes life in prison.

My sympathies go out for the family of Officer Gordon. Rest in peace brother. Your shift is over.

Captain Lee Spector
Fort Lauderdale Police

October 10, 2007

Dear Family, Friends and Co-Workers of Officer Gordon Sr.,

As a survivor, each EOW notice hurts no matter who it is or where they are from. You still feel the same pain and emptiness. We are so sorry for your loss and your family will be in our prayers through this difficult time of your fresh grief. May the wonderful memories you have together carry you through this difficult time of sadness and tragedy. There are many people who care and understand and may you find a small measure of comfort in knowing that. Not gone--just gone ahead.

Maryland Transportation Authority Police
Sandra Crouch
Surviving Spouse of Officer Thomas Crouch
E.O.W. 10-31-91


Maryland Transportation Authority Police

October 10, 2007

Yet another member of the family has been taken from us by two juveniles who should not of been released in the first place. Take care Alfred and watch over us.

Deputy Sheriff
Montgomery Co Sheriff

October 10, 2007

Rest in Peace sir, God be with you, your loved ones and department during this time of loss. You have our respect for your long career from your brothers of the north. Godspeed!

Ofc. Aaron P. Sparks #185
Newbury NH Police Department

October 10, 2007

God Bless you and your family.

Jen Williamson
Orlando Police

October 9, 2007

I have no personal relationship with Officer Alfred L. Gordon Sr., other than the institutional law enforcement bond that is shared by all of us in this honorable profession.

Please accept our heartfelt sorrow for the law enforcement agency family and to the emmediate family of this very special person.

We will remember him and his service.

Alan and Diane Tate.

Stanislaus Sheriff's Office
Modesto California

Sergeant Alan Tate
Stanislaus Sheriff's Office

October 9, 2007

Officer Gordon, you exemplify the term "selfless service". You have spent the last 30 years of your life protecting the rest of us, and that will never be forgotten.

Rest in peace, sir. Hooah.

A Grateful American

October 9, 2007

My prayers are with you and your loved ones. God speed brother

HPD
HOUSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT

October 9, 2007

Rest in peace, my brother. You will not be forgotten. You are now in a much better place. May God wrap his arms of love and comfort around your family, friends, and fellow officers during this difficult time. "Greater love hath no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends." John 15:13

Officer J.W. Propst #3389
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Charlotte, NC

October 9, 2007

My prayers are with you and your family P.O. Gordon.
R.I.P.

Sergeant David T. McHenry
KCI Airport Police Department

October 9, 2007

REST IN PEACE BROTHER. YOU WILL BE MISSED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR DEDICATION,SERVICE AND SACRIFICE. YOU ARE A TRUE HERO. MY SYMPATHY TO YOUR FAMILY FRIENDS AND DEPARTMENT.

Deputy Davis
Pittsylvania County Sheriffs Office

October 9, 2007

Rest in peace Officer Gordon Sr., you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Shelly
Citizen

October 9, 2007

I SEND MY CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND ORLANDO POLICE DEPARTMENT REGARDING THE DEMISE OF POLICE OFFICER ALFRED L. GORDON SR. I PRAY EVERYONE WHO KNEW THIS HONORABLE MAN WILL CONTINUE TO REMEMBER HIS BRAVERY, COURAGE, AND THE LEGACY IN WHICH HE LEFT.

POLICE OFFICER ALFRED L. GORDON YOUR SHIFT IS OVER NOW, WE WILL TAKE IT FROM HERE. REST IN PEACE, BROTHER...

DEPUTY SHERIFF JAMES E. BRADFORD JR.
BRADLEY COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

October 9, 2007

Officer Gordon: Rest well and keep watch over us here.....

To the Orange County Sheriff's Office: Good work putting the punks in jail....I read that one of them just got out. What's the saying.....Hurt one of us and the thunder of God's almighty blue soldiers are coming after you.


Roswell Police Department

October 9, 2007

Ofc. Gordon will never be forgotten. God Bless the Gordon's during this difficult time, friends and Dept.

Ret. PO
City of Miami PD Fla.

October 9, 2007

Thank you four you service, you will always be remembered. Strength to the family during these hard times.

Officer T. Wolff 440
Temple Police Department

October 9, 2007

Hero's never die; They just take on new asignments.

GOD Bless you and your family.

Rest In Peace....

Officer Paladino
Colorado Springs PD

October 9, 2007

Unfortunately, there are those that do not appreciate the role of an officer- they put their lives on the line everyday, on and off duty. We, as officers, realize it but don't dwell on it. It is our calling. We take the good with the bad. Obviously there are no words that can replace a fallen officer, but our hearts and prayers go out to his family, his agency, and all those who will miss Officer Gordon. May the Lord equip us all to deal with and overcome in times of trial and loss.

Lieutenant F. Garcia, jr.
Houston Police Department

October 9, 2007

I'm sorry for your loss.
Susie Cross
Barling, AR

Susie Cross
Sister of Police Officer

October 9, 2007

You will be missed officer Gordon, SR. thank you for protecting our country in the military and as a police officer RIP my Brother.

Major Ben Snyder
Bulldog Protective Security Services

October 9, 2007

"IT IS NOT HOW HE DIED BUT HOW HE LIVED THAT MAKES HIM A HERO." I usually do not comment on the suspects in the cases, but the way this officer died and the criminal background of the offenders makes me sick to my very core!! I hope these two juveniles are charged and tried as adults and that they never see the light of day in the free world again!! I hope that Officer Gordon's family and friends can find some peace in knowing that, although a lot of us did not know him, we are all grateful to Officer Gordon for standing up and protecting the citizens of this great country. THANK YOU, Officer Gordon, for keeping US safe. GODSPEED.

Lisa
GEORGIA CIVILIAN

October 9, 2007

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