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

R.I.P brother, from Tehama County Sheriff's Office in California. I did not know you however I thank you for the sacrafice you made so we can live our lifes save and free. Once again thank you, Rest in Peace

Explorer Pflager
Tehama County Sheriff's Office

November 23, 2009



July 19, 2009

Dear Family, Friends, and Co-Workers of Police Officer Glen Ciano,

We are so sorry to here about your tragic loss of Police Officer Glen Ciano. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you in support during this very difficult time. We know that sometimes there is little comfort that comes from words. Keep focused as you can on the memories and joyous times for these things may bring you comfort. Rely heavily on family, friends, and other law enforcement for support. Honor your fallen loved one, for their sacrifice will not be forgotten. Police Officer Glen Ciano is a hero.


Alissa Scott
Widow of Beryl Wayne Scott
E.O.W. 09-10-02

Co-Founder of Survivor Help Network


April 9, 2009

God Speed brother Glen, RIP

Ptl. Halpern
Evesham PD

April 1, 2009

May God protect and keep you. You are a true hero.

DFC Wm. Cornaz
Orange County Sheriffs Office Orl. Fl.

March 25, 2009


There isn't a day that goes by that I do not think of you and miss you. You where my buddy, my confidant and there is a hugh hole in my heart. I will keep the promise I made to you now and forever.


March 25, 2009

Thank you for your service Officer Ciano! My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Rest in Peace.

Nancy Odierno
Sayville, NY


March 23, 2009

God Bless you sir.

Rick F.
Ret. Co

March 22, 2009

Rest in Peace Brother. You will not be forgotten. May God Bless your family!

Officer Rachel Prieto
AP&P/Utah Department of Corrections

March 22, 2009

Thank you for your service to the people of Suffolk County. This must have been a tremendous loss for them.

My thought and prayers go out to your family and your family in the Suffolk County PD.

New Hampshire

March 22, 2009

Thank you, Officer Ciano, for your service to the people of New York and the United States. Your dedication and efforts are appreciated and will not be forgotten. Rest in peace, HERO!

Janice Brown
Conway, Arkansas

Janice Brown

March 19, 2009

Officer Ciano,
I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for the citizens of Suffolk County. And to your family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.



March 14, 2009

My thoughts and prayers are with those friends and family members that are left behind and cannot follow. Rest in peace my brother in blue...we will take it from here.

PFC Adam F. Laser
Westminster City Police Department

March 13, 2009

My thoughts and prayers are with you. Rest Easy.

Cindy, Arkansas
Sister of slain Officer Randy Basnett, EOW 9-24-1976

March 12, 2009



March 12, 2009

Another brave warrior killed by a drunk driver!! What a shame!! We mourn your loss, dear Officer Ciano. We hope your family and Department co-workers work with your local MADD Affliate to find comfort and work toward justice for the offender.

You fellow officers...remember this hero each shift and work to ensure that no others are killed or injured by DUIs for it IS a violent crime!

Love to you all..bless you and keep you safe.

Your new "aunt" in California

Aunt LoVae

LoVae Pray Martines
Law Enforecement Liaison, MADD San Bernardino Calif.

March 9, 2009

My thoughts and prays are with the family of Police Officer Glen Ciano. He will never be forgotten. May he rest in Peace and may God watch over you.


March 9, 2009

As the sister of an officer also killed by a drunk driver, my heart goes out to the Ciano family. Please know that I am praying for you...My family is transplanted from Long Island so I know my brother was waiting in Heaven to show Officer Ciano the ropes. God Bless, Maria- sister of Sgt. Mark Parry E.O.W 1/21/02 Baltimore Co. Md.

Maria Danaher

March 6, 2009

Rest in Peace. You are a Hero that will be remembered as one. May the Lord hold you close and keep watch over the ones you left behind.

Det. Castelhano
Mount Vernon NY PD

March 6, 2009

God Speed Brother see you on the High Side.

Detective Shane Parrott
Gordon County Sheriffs Office GA

March 5, 2009

Youa are in my prayers.

Ofc. Coffman #15174
California Highway Patrol

March 5, 2009

I saw pictures of your wife and kids the day of your funeral and as expected, they were visibly distraught. There will be days in the future when they will remember you and have all good things to say. Someone may even tell them about this site, and for them to read the reflections left by so many. My message to them is simple, your husband and father, was just that. He was a great husband and father, first and foremost. The reason why he was able to work in the profession he enjoyed for so long was because he had the love and support of his family. Take comfort in knowing that Police Officer Glen Ciano lived a happy life because of you. While it's nice to read all of the great things his fellow law enforcement personnel has to say about him, nothing can compare to what Glen had with his wife and kids. RIP Officer Ciano - You were a great man!

Lt Sal Accardi

March 5, 2009

I am saddened like all of us that this has happened. Growing up in Smithtown Long Island and working as an officer in a village on the north shore, I worked with and became friends with many SCPD Officers. This life was taken because a drunk ( who should have not been driving because of a prior DUI ) was operating a car...Intoxicated again. Now this Officer leaves a family. This is a sad sad incident. The drunk should be charged and put away for LIFE

PO Steven Daniello
Coconut Creek Police

March 3, 2009

The wicked flee where no man pursueth, but the righteous are bold as a lion
Proverbs 28:1

God bless you and all who mourn you. May God give them the strength to carry on. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

To his kids: I just wanted to let you guys know that your dad is a hero now and forever, he will never be forgotten. He loves you always

Friend of Off. Kris Fairbanks RIP 9-20-08


March 3, 2009

Standing with my fellow officers the other day in front of the church I noticed something. There were thousands upon thousands of officers in the street, dressed sharply standing to pay final respect. I marveled how a simple verbal command of "Ten hut!" Could bring a crowd of thousands to instant silence and attention, where else can crowd control be so effective and sharp? During the brief "At ease" intermission I saw thousands of other officers around me, laughing, hugging, sharing old stories and better times. Then I looked to my left and I see a group of officers with patches on their arms representing all different agencies, and their faces of different races. Then it struck me for real how much our law enforcement community is truly a family. We may come from different states, different departments, and different races but we are all Blue! I'm sure Glen was looking down that day enjoying the old stories, seeing those we only get to see on these sad occasions. while a police funeral is a sad occasion it is also a reminder how we are part of one very close family. Those that knew Glen personally such as myself also knew that he really was all those amazing things people said to describe him. He was what every police officer should strive to be, a great role model, a father, a husband. Just an all around great guy!


March 2, 2009

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