Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Trooper First Class Mickey Charles Lippy

Maryland State Police, Maryland

End of Watch Sunday, September 28, 2008

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Reflections for Trooper First Class Mickey Charles Lippy

Mickey,
It is so difficult to say goodbye to you. It was a honor to be considered a friend. You were never one to waver or wonder what you would end up doing with your life. You always knew your purpose in life was to help others and be a calming voice in a patent's darkest hour.
I am so proud of you and your beautiful family and all that you have accomplished. I will never forget you...your great sense of humor, laugh and unbelievable courage.
Goodbye my friend.
I love you buddy.
Patrick

Patrick V Accorsi
Calvert Hall '92

October 9, 2008

Tfc Lippy,
I actually stopped down the hanger when i was on patrol one day...you were outside detailing your cruiser. It's amazing how you can just stop and talk to someone for such a brief moment, but feel honored to have known them. I do want to give my condolences to your wife and daughter. I check this website quite often to see who has passed away. When i heard about the crash i wondered if i knew any of them. I didnt think i would have because i work only days and it was a night shift group. But after coming on here and putting a face to the name i am sadden.

Anonymous

October 9, 2008

Continue to look over us...The skies are much safer now because of you...Godspeed

OFFICER D. WELLHAUSEN / TFO
RICHMOND PD (CA)

October 8, 2008

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

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

October 7, 2008

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

Detective Edward Carlile
Northfield PD (OH)

October 7, 2008

Go rest now, your work on earth is complete. The Heavenly Father has called his child home. Know that when one of our nations finest passes away, that simply means heaven has one more guardian angel. Though we never met I feel as though a brother has been lost. One day when I am called home we'll swap stories as we patrol heavens streets. Until that day, watch over us, quide us and keep us safe. Amen.

Correctional Officer 1/C B. Yount
St. Mary's Co Sheriff's Office

October 7, 2008

To the Daughter of Trooper Lippy,
In your life ahead, I hope you get to hear stories of your Father. I hope you read these every day. And I hope you learn to smile when you do, because your Daddy was a Hero.

Deputy D Hannahan
Skagit County Sheriff's Office- Corrections

October 7, 2008

My sincere condolences to the Lippy family and my brothers and sisters of the Maryland State Police.

Cpl Jean Paul Rochat
Swiss Army, MP Service, Traffic Unit

October 6, 2008

REST WELL MY BROTHER AND WATCH OVER US AS WE CONTINUE TO PATROL THE HWYS OF OUR STATES.YOU MAY BE GONE BUT YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.

CPL J McFALL
MS.HWY.PATROL

October 6, 2008

my deepest sympathies to you during these days. may it encourage you to know that officers and their families from all over the country are remembering you.

grace and peace to you,
carla h. lyon, widow, asst. chief deputy keith lyon, knoxville, tn. eow 05.09.06

Anonymous

October 6, 2008

REST WITH THE LORD TROOPER , YOUR TOUR HERE IS COMPLETE THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS, AS YOU JOIN THE BAND OF HERO'S

P/O
Philadelphia

October 6, 2008

Sending my deepest sympathy and prayers to your family, friends, and entire department. I know that the Angels carried you up into the Heavens above. May you rest in peace. "A Hero does not become a hero by their death, but by how they lived their life." You will not be forgotten. God Bless!

Dispatcher Sara Singleton
Howard County Maryland Communications 911 Center

October 6, 2008

Trooper Lippy-
We will honor your memory by continuing to answer the call for help, day or night, in good weather and in bad. Your sacrifice in the practice of prehospital medicine will not be forgotten. God bless you and your precious family.

D. Tan, M.D., Medical Director
St. Charles County Sheriff's Dept.

October 5, 2008

First of all, Trooper Mickey I want to thank you for your service down here. As for you family I want you all to know that I feel your pain I have been in your position and I guess you can say I am still in it. Chrissie stay strong and love that beautiful little girl that you have been blessed with. I woke up the morning of the funeral feeling like I had to go and I did. It was the first one since I lost my fiance New Years Eve. I didnt have a chance to meet you but know I am here for you and so many others just make sure you use them. Hang in there I dont know if it ever gets easier but I do know we get stronger!!! Last, Mickey is now up there with Courtney and if you hang with Courtney you are having a ball and being taking care of.

Susan Geisler-LEO fiance'
Courtney Brooks-EOW 01/01/2008

October 5, 2008

Trooper Lippy, may you rest in peace. I am overwhelmed when I try to get my head around the courage and determination it took to do what you did every day, and on that day, in that weather in particular.

We salute your service, and your sacrifice.

The Lippy family - may you be comforted by knowing that families of fallen officers are standing with you and by you, lifting you up in prayer to God our Father.

Skip Stocks
Civilian, brother of a fallen NC State Trooper

October 4, 2008

Lost but never forgotten. RIP brother.

DFC. Stears
FCSO

October 4, 2008

Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

May God be with your family, friends and the Maryland State Police Department.

Anonymous

October 4, 2008

My family would like to send our condolences to the family of TFC Lippy. You're in our thoughts and prayers today and always. May God give you the strength to carry on and help heal your heart's. May you find comfort and support with those around you. TFC Lippy - you are a hero - thank you.

Jennifer Yingling - Wife of MSP Sgt. Mark Yingling
Concerns of Police Survivors Corresponding Secretary

Anonymous

October 4, 2008

Godspeed Sir...Go in Peace

Ptn. R. Murphy

October 3, 2008

Mrs. Lippy,
We do not know each other, but our husbands worked together for a while. I can not even begin to fathom your grief right now. We all know when they sign onto this job that they are at a higher risk for this to happen, but we don't want to believe it to be able. This makes it real, and I wish it wasn't.
Mickey was a first class man, definitely "Maryland's finest". I wish I would have had the chance to meet him. Regardless, I have and still will shed my tears while praying for you, him, your grandmother, and Madison. Hold onto your little girl when you feel weak; your memories, his pictures, and her are your Mickey.
Be strong and brave tomorrow; I'll be thinking about you all day...

anonymous

October 2, 2008

May God Bless the family of TFC Lippy and the Men and Women of the Maryland State Police.

Detective W. B. Zufall 0835
MdTA Police

October 2, 2008

TROOPER LIPPY, YOU HAVE SERVED WELL. MAY GOD BLESS YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE AND SACRIFICE. A HERO FOR SURE. MAY YOU REST IN PEACE. OUR DEEPEST CONDOLENCES TO ALL WHO MOURN YOUR LOSS. MAY GOD BLESS THEM.

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

October 2, 2008

Trooper Lippy, you will never be forgotten. I am so very sorry for the loss of this brave Officer. Your family and friends will be remembered in my daily prayers. God Bless you as you sleep in God's Love and in His Arms. Thank you for your service and bravery.
Respectfully
Kathi Halligan Phila PA wife and mom of LEO'S

Kathi Halligan
PHiladelphia, PA.

October 2, 2008

RIP brother. You will be missed. Watch over us as we take it from here.

Trooper
MSP

October 2, 2008

RIP brother

Ofc II G. Seward
MdTA Police

October 2, 2008

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