Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Trooper Evan Frederick Schneider

Montana Highway Patrol, Montana

End of Watch Tuesday, August 26, 2008

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Reflections for Trooper Evan Frederick Schneider

Gob bless Trooper Schneider and his family. Thank you for your service to this great nation.

MASTER TROOPER J.R. FLEMING
NC STATE HIGHWAY PATROL

September 2, 2008

Rest in peace brother, your sacrifice will never be forgotten......

Detective Edward Carlile #814
Northfield PD (OH)

September 2, 2008

Evan, it still doesn't seem possible that I won't be seeing MHP330 rolling into the driveway next door after another day of serving and protecting the citizens of Montana. As a former member of law enforcement myself, I always feel a loss when a brother makes the ultimate sacrifice but your passing has really hit me hard. You were one of the most genuine, caring, kind, intelligent and talented men I've ever known. I felt fortunate to know you and have you as a neighbor.

I know you're watching over Carrie now and I hope you know that Jean and I will always be there for Carrie and will help her in any way we can.

Rest in peace, Trooper Schneider, and enjoy your well-deserved reward. You will never be forgotten.

Rick Fletcher
Neighbor

September 2, 2008

On behalf of the 5,200 members of the American Association of State Troopers (AAST), we extend our sincere condolences to Trooper Schneider’s family as well as the members of the Montana Highway Patrol. AAST members throughout the United States know first hand what all of you are going through right now. We will continue to keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

Ken Howes, Executive Director
American Association of State Troopers

September 2, 2008

Thank you for your service, Trooper Schneider. Family, you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Wife of S.O.
Broadwater County, MT

September 2, 2008

Rest in Peace, Trooper. May God Bless you, your family, and the Montana Highway Patrol.

Trooper Derek Mann
South Dakota Highway Patrol

September 1, 2008

Trooper Schneider,

You will be missed but never forgotten. Thanks for all you did in that area keeping my own family safe on the roads. Let us continue your mission and keep your family safe for you.

Deputy Sheriff James Dahl
Hill County Sheriff's Office

September 1, 2008

On behalf the New York State Police, our prayers are with you, your family and all the Troopers of the Montana Highway Patrol. May you Rest in Peace and God Blees you.

Trooper
New York State Police

September 1, 2008

It is hard to believe it has happened again in such a short time. Evan thank you for protecting us and making our streets safer. Carrie have some comfort in the fact he is not alone, David and all the other officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice will be watching out for him. Everyone who was close to Carrie and Evan have comfort in the fact that you are not alone either. We have a great family with the patrol, a great community, and we have each other. Someday you will meet with him again, until then Evan rest in peace, and Carrie you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Genny Graham
Spouse of MHP David Graham EOW 10-09-07

September 1, 2008

To Trooper Schneider's family, friends, and and the MHP,

Thoughts and prayers are with you from the CHP during this dark and difficult time.

Officer
California Highway Patrol

September 1, 2008

Rest in peace Trooper Schneider
My heart goes out to your family. I have a father who is a state trooper and every loss is personal to me.
You will not be forgotten.

former dispatcher
Arkansas

August 31, 2008

Rest easy Brother.

Sgt. R. Gregson
BART Police Department, CA.

August 31, 2008

Trooper Evan F. Schneider,

Not all our threats to a trooper's life and limb manifest themselves in human form with specific intent on bringing him/her harm. To those of us that patrol the highways the motor vehicle sometimes brings us injury and death without specific malice or intent. Just the same, it is an enemy that remains ever-present and deadly. No matter the caution and no matter the practice of driving skills it can strike any of us at any time. For one of us who wears the uniform and patrols the highways, if we die on duty, we are deemed a hero. For our sworn duty is keep others safe. It is our duty to direct, control and cite others for traffic violations. In the course of such duty the risks are great for we find ourselves on one of the most dangerous battlefields of all -- a United States highway. As we sometimes wade into the carnage of wrecks to bring aid to those who are claimed as casualties we find ourselves sometimes, too, among the fallen. Our creed is to be of service to anyone who is in need or distress. To lose one's life in fulfilling this creed is to have died for others. And, this alone makes one a hero. Well done, trooper...well done.

Cpl. Ralph D. Fiorenza (Ret.)
Pennsylvania State Police

August 31, 2008

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends, and co-workers of Trooper Schneider. Rest in peace our brother.

The Patrol Men and Women of
Sylvania Township PD (OH)

August 31, 2008

Rest easy Trooper Schneider

Deputy Sheriff
Sheridan County,WY

August 31, 2008

Thankyou for your service and sacrifice. God bless your family, you will never be forgotten

POLICE OFFICER
PHILA PA

August 31, 2008

Rest in peace, Sir! You will never be forgotten.

Police Officer

August 31, 2008

God bless Officer Schneider and his family. Rest in peace.

Ralph White (retired)
Richmond, Va. PD

August 31, 2008

Rest in peace brother.

Trooper
Virginia State Police

August 31, 2008

Trooper Schneider,

My heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to your family. I'm sure the love you have left behind will serve as a memory of the man you are, and will always be.

Rest well Brother.

Officer Don Doughty
Kingman Police Dept., Kingman AZ

August 31, 2008

God bless your family as they start this difficult journey. Rest in peace blue angel.

Leo wife

August 30, 2008

Evan,

I was truly heartbroken when I got the news. I remember growing up with you and Jim and will never forget the camping trips we took together. Rest in peace and May God look over your family.

Semper Fi
Justin

Justin Ronning
Friend

August 30, 2008

I'm so sorry...thanks for your dedication and service to the citizens of Montana. Rest easy Trooper!

Trooper
NCSHP

August 30, 2008

Rest In Peace Brother

Officer Eric Newbury
California Highway Patrol

August 30, 2008

rest in peace brother. we know have the watch.

officer joseph winterer
wells tribal police

August 30, 2008

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