Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Corporal Chadwick Thomas LeCroy

Georgia State Patrol, Georgia

End of Watch Monday, December 27, 2010

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Reflections for Corporal Chadwick Thomas LeCroy

Rest in Peace may god be with your family and friends during this difficult time. Thank you for your service.

Sgt. Brian Scarborough
Laurens County Sheriff's Dept.

January 2, 2011

You are truely a hero Chad. Anyone whom will put there life on the line to serve and protect the safety and life of others, will always be Heros. I am married to a deputy/investigator and I pray for a safe return each time he walks out this door. I pray for your family. I dont know any of you personally however we do have a mutual close friend (Lee Powell) that I have been keeping up with you all. I will continue to keep you and your family in my prayers. May God be with them.

Lisa Bivins

January 2, 2011

Corp LeCroy I as a fellow officer in blue truly appreciate that you made our community safer each time you donned the uniform. Your work is done and now you are my guiding angel on high. You will be truly missed but never forgotten,Mrs LeCroy know that you have an even bigger family of sisters and brothers in blue that is always their in the time of need just ask.

Police Officer Stephanie Griffin
Collegepark Police Dept Collegepark,Ga

January 2, 2011

May you rest in peace Corporal LeCroy. You will never be forgotten.

Police Officer

January 2, 2011

Although I've never had the chance to meet Cpl. LeCroy, I am greatly saddened by his sudden death. This is my first time dealing with a death of a Trooper since I started with the department, and it has been the hardest things I've dealt with in a long time. Reality just slaps you right in the face when something so tragic happens like this. As a girlfriend of a Trooper, this has really made me open my eyes a little more to the importance of treasuring every moment with your loved ones; especially LEO's. 744 is missed greatly and will never be forgotten. RIP 744.

CSA Sullivan #212
Georgia State Patrol-Troop I Communications

January 2, 2011

Rest in Peace brother. Thank you for everything. You will never be forgotten.

Sergeant Thompson
Suwanee PD

January 2, 2011

Thank you for your service. Rest in peace Corporal.

James Clendening
Glades County Sheriffs Office (FL)

January 2, 2011

Rest in peace, LeCroy. Thanks for your efforts to improve the lives of the citizens of Georgia. Thanks to the APD and Cobb county officers who apprehended your killer. I only wish he had resisted just a little bit and we could save the time and expense of a trial and incarceration.

Captain D. Paul
Department of Homeland Security

January 1, 2011

Cpl. LeCroy, Thank you for your service and dedication. May your family be wrapped in God's arms of love and may they be at peace knowing that you're watching over them. Rest in peace.

GSP Post 46 Secretary

January 1, 2011

Rest in Peace! Thank you for your service!

Missouri State Highway Patrol

January 1, 2011

Rest in Peace Corporal LeCroy... Our hearts go out to Mrs. LeCroy and Family.

Dep. Jennifer and Corey Spivey
Troup County S.O.

January 1, 2011

Trooper Lecroy was my stepson, his mother and I are very proud of him.,

Capt. Sam Houston (retired)
Smyrna, Georgia P.D.

January 1, 2011

Rest in peace my friend in Blue....may God bless you and your family, as well as your GSP family. We'll take it from here........

New Jersey State Police

January 1, 2011

As this new year begins I pray for the family and friends of Cpl. LeCroy. He will forever be remembered as the hero that he truly showed himself to be.

DFC R. Yeaton
Forsyth County S.O.

January 1, 2011

Thanks for putting in the max effort brother, and giving your Life for other LEO's and your community.

May God and your fellow Troopers watch over your family in this time of need.

Thanks to the Atlanta PD and Cobb County for hooking up the POS responsible for his death. Too bad he did not fight back like the coward he is.


Master Deputy
Orange County S.O. Orlando

January 1, 2011

First time meeting Lecroy was on a traffic stop on Northside(501's beat), breath of fresh air. He didn't make me feel like a stranger or a rookie which I was. We handled our business and he gave me his phone number(404-624-6077), he would back me up on mostly all my calls,always saying to me "Busby what are you getting into now",with a smile onhis face. We've been friends and partners ever since, he was family. I will truly miss him and his funky accent. Love You Lecroy.(I'm sure you're in a better place)

CITY OF ATLANTA(Morning Watch(1503)

Police Officer A. Busby
City Of Atlanta

January 1, 2011

Thank you GSP LecCroy for the ultimate sacrifice.

Thank you Mrs LeCroy for yours as well. My heart goes out to you during this horrible time. I have been where you are and no words can help what you are feeling. Just know that you are not alone. You have a built in family with the officers and with God they will get you thru this. I pray that you will find the strength you need to know that he is with you always and will never be forgotten.

Missy Woodard
widow CCSO officer EOW 08/02/03

January 1, 2011

To the LeCroy family, our hearts are saddened for your loss. Our son is a Georgia Communication Officer who attended Chad's funeral. He hopes to also become a GA State Trooper soon. It takes a special person to put their life on the line each day to protect people they have never met. We would like to experess our sincere condolences to your entire Family for the sacrifice you have given.

David Best

January 1, 2011

To Mrs. LeCroy .. As I share the sorrow you feel, my deepest sympathy goes to you and your family. You and your family are in many prayers all over this state and other agencies..your family will never be forgotten.

A special kind of woman: A cut above the rest, That's A POLICE OFFICER'S WIFE, rating her the best. How many goodbyes are whispered, joined with a fond embrace? As duty steals her man, for the danger he must face. How often have meals been ruined, or tender moments disturbed, by a call for a special duty, sparking loyalty unserved? It's a devil of a job, for an angel like this, Who, for the love of her man, must forsake that kiss. She can run a garden tractor, even paint a room in need, How she can stretch a dollar- is a miracle indeed. She's a mother, lover, chauffeur, and nurse, A living symbol of: "for better or for worse." Rich is the man, reaping his rewards in life, who chose to be the other half of A POLICE OFFICER'S WIFE.

Lauren Summerlin
Wife / G.C.S.O.

January 1, 2011

I am so sorry for the loss of Chad LeCroy. My thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends and his GSP family. May God wrap all of you in his arms and may you find comfort there.

Mother of a Georgia Trooper

December 31, 2010

May GOD be with your family during this tragic loss. GOD bless you and may you find peace in the days to come.

Communications Officer Marigene Arnold
Georgia Southern University Police Statesboro, Ga

December 31, 2010

Rest in peace Trooper LeCroy, you will be missed!

Officer R. Parsons
Dunwoody Police Department, GA

December 31, 2010

My prayers are with the LeCroy family in your time of sorrow. Know that God make no mistakes. Stay Strong!!

MSG Benjamin Thomas
GA Army National Guard

December 31, 2010

R.I.P. TFC. LeCroy during shift briefing last night, we honored you for your service and sacrifice to our great state.
I pray for you and your family.

Forsyth County S.O.

December 31, 2010

Rest in Peace brother LeCroy, our thoughts and prayers are with your family and the Georgia State Patrol.

Trooper Steve Nabors #586
Oklahoma Highway Patrol

December 31, 2010

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