Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Randal David Simmons

Los Angeles Police Department, California

End of Watch Thursday, February 7, 2008

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Reflections for Police Officer Randal David Simmons

So very sorry to hear of the tragic loss of Officer Simmons. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with your family at this most heartbreaking of times. May you find the strength and courage for the days ahead. God Bless.

Jennifer Mayo
Sister of fallen Deputy Hilery A. Mayo Jr. STPSO La.

February 7, 2008

The loss of an Officer is never easy to deal with, your sacrifice will never be forgotten.

My prayers go to your family, and your fellow LAPD Officers.

10-7 from duty, but always 10-8 in our hearts.

Patrol Officer

February 7, 2008

I have been with LAPD SWAT for the past 12 yrs. Officer Simmons was like a big brother to me as well as a mentor. He spent 20 yrs with SWAT and his work ethic and leadership as a team leader was second to none. Officer Simmons was no ordinary 51 yr old! He had the body of a 30 yr old and looked like he should have still been on the football field! Officer Simmons also spent countless hours of his own time to help kids in his community and organized toy drives for kids at orthopedic hospital in Los Angeles during Christmas time. It has been a true pleasure to work with and know(Randy). God bless his soul and my prayers are with his Family at this very difficult time.

Police officer Ralph Smith

February 7, 2008

My thoughts and prayers are with the family and LAPD.

Gary Gouge SWAT (RET)
Grand Prairie PD TX / Afghanistan APP

February 7, 2008

It is always sad to get the news of a death of an officer. Prayers go out to the Men in Blue at LAPD also to the family. Thank you for your dedication to the job you gave your life to.

Ventura Calif. police dept

February 7, 2008

Another day passes and the Flags are lower to half
staff for, Police Officer Randal Simmons,
who paid the Ultimate price, His Life.

May Gog Bless your, wife,children,mother,family,friends.
and the fellow Officers with the Los Angeles Police Dept.

I will keep each of you in my prayers today and always,
For I know and feel your pain.

Rest in peace Officer Simmons, God has another Blue
Angel there in Heaven with him,

Mother of a Deputy Sheriff.

February 7, 2008

My sincere and deepest sympathy to the family of this brave officer. I thaank God that there are people like Officer Simmons who have dedicated their lives to the service of others and a belief in law and order. May you rest in peace.

Kathleen Davies - Attorney at Law

February 7, 2008

Rest in peace....


February 7, 2008

Godspeed, Officer Simmons.

Thank you for your service and your sacrifice.

My deepest condolences to your friends and family.

Kent County (MI) Sheriff Dept

February 7, 2008

Be blessed my brother in blue. Blessed are the peace keepers for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. God be with you. My sincere condolence to the family of Officer Simmons. It's a tough job but we were hand pick by our father in heaven to fight this fight.

Inv. LaTunya Moses
Detroit Police Department

February 7, 2008

For the friends and family:
Psalm 144 Chapter 1

I live in Texas and keep up with fallen officers daily because all i do is train them and military personnell. I'm a former 10 year veteran police officer and now a full time instructor. I see his 27 years of service and say this man was a true warrior for christ.
"citizens sleep easy at night knowing good men stand ready to do evil on their behalf"
God bless you all

Lt. Heath Jackson
Elite National Military and LE Combative Instrutor

February 7, 2008

Rest in peace brother. We've got the watch from here. May God bless your family, friends and fellow officers who all mourn the loss of yet another hero.

Motor Officer Dominick Marraccini
Easton Police Department, Easton, PA

February 7, 2008

rest in peace god bless


February 7, 2008

RIP your family is in prayers

police officer

February 7, 2008

War comes, night falls and before we know it our darkest hour is at hand. I am so glad that heroes like yourself arise out of the choas to bring order. You gave your life so that we may live. THANK YOU BROTHER for yor service.

E. Dunbar
former louisiana officer

February 7, 2008

Officer Simmons, thank you for your service to the Citizens of the City of Los Angeles. You are truly one of LA's finest. As a former member of the department, I wish to say how sorry I am for your loss to your family, friends and all the men and women of the LAPD. This is truly a horrible day and a tragic loss of your life. God bless you and everyone in your life. You will be missed, but not forgotten.

Michael Bondi
Former LAPD

February 7, 2008

Thank you for making the ultimate sacrifice so others may remain safe. RIP sir.

February 7, 2008

Thank you brother for your service and God bless you... may you rest in peace.

Officer Paul Spears
TN Dept of Correction

February 7, 2008

God Bless your family and your department. Thank you for your fine work.

PO James McPartland Jr.
Mount Vernon PD

February 7, 2008

Rest in peace my brother. You are a hero to us all and will never be forgotten.

Detective Trevor Benson
CA Dept. of Insurance-Fraud Division-LA AIFTF

February 7, 2008

Many tender memories soften your grief,
May fond recollection bring you relief,
And may you find comfort and peace in the thought
Of the joy that knowing your loved one brought...
For time and space can never divide
Or keep your loved one from your side
When memory paints in colors true
The happy hours that belonged to you.
~ Helen Steiner Rice

A hero, a family man and a man of God. You are the embodiment of all things good. May your family find comfort in cherished memories and in the arms of those who care. God Bless you all. Thank you for your commitment to protect and serve.

A citizen of Los Angeles

February 7, 2008

On behalf of our Academy class, thank you for your unselfish service and for the sacrifice you made. God speed, Sir.

Recruit Evans
Arlington, TX. PD - Class 35

February 7, 2008



February 7, 2008

Rest in peace, officer Simmons. Your actions and sacrafice will not be forgotten.

Police Lieutenant
Boston, Massachusetts

February 7, 2008

Rest in peace officer Simmons. Thanks for serving your people and helping to make this world alittle safer.......Keep the faith in God. He loves you forever! :) He will never leave you. He feels your pain. Look to him for comfort in your time of need, he is there!

kristine wilton
cousin of Christopher Nicholson/smithsburg MD EOW-12/19/2007

February 7, 2008

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