Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Sergeant Hector Ismael Ayala

Montgomery County Police Department, Maryland

End of Watch Sunday, April 4, 2010

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Reflections for Sergeant Hector Ismael Ayala

My sincere condolences and prayers go to Officer Ayala's wife and family. My heart aches with them for this tragedy--I have been there.

E. Haymaker
wife of Sgt. Alan Haymaker EOW 2/22/10

April 6, 2010

God Bless You Sir.

Virginia State Police

April 6, 2010

You will live forever in the memories of everyone who you touched here on Earth. You have served the citizens of Maryland well; rest in peace brother.

Cpl. Jason L. West
Frederick County (MD) Bureau of Investigation

April 6, 2010

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Officer Ayala as well as the brotherhood at Montgomery County Police Department. May you rest in God's eternal peace our brother!

Detective Mark Techmanski
City of Syracuse (NY) Police Department

April 6, 2010



April 6, 2010

Hector, I will always remember hearing the rumble of the "Hemi" each afternoon prior to evening rollcall knowing it was you rolling in. Rest peacefully and know that your extended family will be there for yours.
Gods Speed.

PO3 Dan Gunn
MCPD/ Wheaton

April 6, 2010

Rest in peace....


April 6, 2010

Hector, what a privilege it was to work with you for the short time God gave us with you. If I only knew that you would be leaving your earthly home to become an Angel in Heaven minutes after we cleared our last call together... I wish we would have sat back an extra minute and just talked and laughed. I can only find peace through knowing God has much bigger plans for you in Heaven than those you had here on earth. Your wife and children will always be under our wing, we will protect them as you always faithfully and unselfishly protected us.

Hector as you patrol the heavenly streets above please keep watch over us as we patrol the earthly streets below. You are forever going to be missed, but never will you be forgotten.

P01 Correa

April 6, 2010

Hector, the few times I had the privilege of meeting you and hanging out will always be with me. You are truly a man of honor and integrity. You will be missed greatly. You are Eternally On Watch. We have it from here brother, keep watch over us. Your family will be taken care of. Please hug Luke for me! I miss him everyday too!

Officer Jennifer Phoenix

April 6, 2010

Rest Easy brother; your Earthly watch is now done and you have gone home. The sacrifice you have made shall never be forgotten. You gave your life for your fellow officer; a gift that shall never be forgotten by any of us. You Sir have defined, through your selfless and brave act, everything that a police officers' morals are based upon. Go now and rest, we'll take the watch from here.

"Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends." John 15:13

Federal LEO

April 6, 2010

God bless you, your family, and everyone at MCPD. You are in our thoughts and prayers. R.I.P Sir.

Gfr Peter Sommer
Border Police Switzerland

April 6, 2010

Rest in peace bro', we'll take it from here.

PO JA Bottillo
Troy NY PD

April 6, 2010

Ofc. Ayala, Thank you for your service to our community. It is a result of your hard work and sacrifices and those of the other fine MCPD Officers, that Montgomery County Md. is a fine and safe place to live. To the Ayala family, our deep condolences for your loss. Hector will never be forgotten for his sacrifice to our community. May God bless and keep you and your children.


April 6, 2010

Rest in peace brother. We got it from here.

Cpl. Clagett #022
Westminster Police Department

April 6, 2010

Hector it was a pleasure working the road with you for 5 years and as a beat partner for 1-1/2. You were a true friend and a great officer, you will be missed and never forgotten brother. Rest well.

PO3 Al Dzenkowski
Montgomery County Police Department

April 6, 2010

rest in peace

beat cop
st. louis city police

April 6, 2010

Rest In Peace Officer Hector Ayala, God Bless you and your family, you are in my prayers.

Fairfax County Police Va-Retired

April 6, 2010

No words were spoken, no time to say goodbye, you were gone before we knew it and only God knows why.

May your family, police family and friends find strength and comfort from the memories and love you all shared. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

"8L22" will forever hold a special place in my heart.

PSCSIII Lois Kinder
MCPD #11657

April 6, 2010

Such a tragedy Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife and family, including LE brothers and sisters of Montgomery County.

Cpl's Wife

April 6, 2010

My first thought is damn, it is so sad and such a tragedy for your family. I wish they didn’t have to experience it. My second thought is how I remember you. You always had that big grin and when you laughed it was it was always kind of a chuckle “heh, heh”. When you spoke Spanish it was always so fast, despite all my studying I couldn’t understand much of it, but Segura assured me that it was Spanish. All of us here in 4D are going to miss you, but you will live on in our memories. I hope and pray that although your family will never get over the grief that they are experiencing now that their memories of you will bring them great joy and help to ease the pain in time.

Sgt. Eric Stancliff

April 6, 2010

To the family and colleagues of Officer Ayala, our deepest sympathies.

Your brethren across the Potomac,
Prince William Co. P.D.


April 6, 2010

I remember backing up Hector on a few calls working midnights, he was always always the professional. My thoughts and prayers to his family.

"Step forward now, policeman,
You've borne your burdens well.
Come walk a beat on Heaven's streets,
You've done your time in hell."

POII Tom Harrington
Mont.Co. Park Police

April 6, 2010

My deepest heartfelt sympathy for the family of Officer
Ayala. May you find comfort & peace in knowing that
your loved one will never be forgotten, HEROS LIVE FOREVER,
in our hearts. It saddens me to see yet another officer
so young, to lose their life to the deadlist of all weapons
the automobile.

Connie Jones
Family, Deputy Sarah Jones ` EOW 10-19-08

Connie Jones
Survivor -in-law, Deputy Sarah Jones EOW 10-19-08

April 6, 2010

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

Dispatcher Sue Rusch
Punta Gorda PD, Punta Gorda FL

April 6, 2010



April 6, 2010

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