Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Glen L. Ciano

Suffolk County Police Department, New York

End of Watch Sunday, February 22, 2009

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Reflections for Police Officer Glen L. Ciano

RIP brother. I hope your family finds the support in dealing with your passing by family, friends and the community you served. Another senseless loss of one of the good guys.

Algona Police Officer
Algona, WA


February 23, 2009

We would like to send our warmest regards and deepest condolences to the family, friends and department of Officer Glen Ciano. You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this most difficult and sad time.

Wives Behind The Badge, Inc.
Members and Staff

February 23, 2009

My sincerest sympathy to the family and friends of Police Officer Glen Ciano as well as to the Suffolk County Police Department. Rest in peace Officer Ciano, you are gone but will not be forgotten...

Dispatcher Sue Rusch, CTO
Punta Gorda PD, Punta Gorda FL

February 23, 2009



February 23, 2009

Dear Officer Glen Ciano,
Thank you fou your dedication to the citizens of your precinct and to the citizens of this nation. Another hero has gone home.
God bless your family. Your loss will not be forgotten.

LEO Wife and Mom

February 23, 2009

Rest in peace Officer Ciano. May God Bless you and your family.

Brother Officer

February 23, 2009

May God lay his healing hand upon the family and friends of Officer Ciano and may they know he will never be forgotten. Thank you Officer Ciano for your dedicated service to the people of New York and the United States.

James Sheppard
Father of Sgt. Jason L. Sheppard EOW 12/7/06

February 23, 2009

In the simple performance of duty,

He pinned on a badge,
checked his gear with a practiced eye,
and kissed his loved ones good-bye.

In the simple performance of duty,
he reported for work,
joked with his buddies at roll call,
and made his last trip down the squadroom hall.

In the simple performance of duty,
he answered the call
to help the helpless, to find the lost,
no matter the danger or how great the cost.

In the simple performance of duty,
he lay down his life,
for those in peril he tried to save,
our brave friend went to his grave.

In the simple performance of duty,
we honor his deed,
as we carry him to rest in a flag-draped casket,
long after the world has forgotten, we shall never forget.

Never judge or regret, what he did, In the simple performance of duty.

Rest in peace brother, you will always be remembered. My thoughts and prayers are with you, your family, friends and the members of your department.

Ptlm. Mark Marchesi #2528
Parkside Police Dept. (Delaware Co. PA)

February 23, 2009

You join the ranks of heroes from whom I gain strength to continue the battle we wage daily. Sadly, I have another name to add to the list of reasons why DWI/DUI is a criminal offense!
To the family, friends, and co-workers of Ofc Ciano - know you are in our prayers. May God hold you in the palm of his hand and His presence be ever with you all.

Cpl Miller

February 23, 2009



February 23, 2009

Rest in peace. May God bless your family at this difficult time.

Lt Marc Levine
NYPD Highway Patrol Unit #3

February 23, 2009

Rest in peace Officer Ciano...

Genesee County, Michigan

February 23, 2009

My thoughts and prayers to the family, friends and co-workers of Officer Ciano. Another Hero taken too soon. May God comfort you and your Family.
You will never be forgotten. God Speed and God Bless. Rest in Peace Sir.

May the children of Officer Ciano, know that their Daddy is a HERO who we will not forget and will forever be in his debt for all he has done for us. Officer Ciano. Thank You sir for your service and protection to us all, may you rest in Peace. God bless you and your family.

VIPS Jeff Claybern 750
Alexandria Kentucky Police Department

February 23, 2009

Rest in Peace Brother. How sad it is that yet another one of our brothers was taken from us in such a senseless way. Officer Ciano, RIP. You won’t be forgotten, we have the watch.

Agent Robert Powell
U.S. Border Patrol

February 23, 2009

My thoughts and prayers are with Officer Ciano and his family... From his brothers in Florida.

Deputy Brian Sudbrink
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office - Largo FL

Deputy Brian Sudbrink
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, FL

February 23, 2009

Officer Ciano, May GOD give your family, friends and fellow LEO's the strength during this tragic time! Thank You for your long career in this demanding job. Rest in Peace and you shall never be forgotten! May justice take care of your killer!!!!!!!

Detention Deputy G. Carew
Seminole CO. Sheriff's Office, FL J.E.P.C.F.

February 23, 2009

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