Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Deputy Sheriff Bryan Phillip Gross

Converse County Sheriff's Office, Wyoming

End of Watch Thursday, July 28, 2011

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Reflections for Deputy Sheriff Bryan Phillip Gross

Rest In Peace, and thank you for your service, Brother.

Deputy.Bryce DeVries
Ottawa County Sheriffs Office

August 2, 2011

Rest in peace my friend and brother let god meet you and watch over the rest of your brothers while you are in heaven. I will miss you.

Patrol Officer Curtis Bennett
Douglas PD

August 2, 2011

God Bless are men in uniform.

US Army RET TerryPerry
Orange Grove TX

August 2, 2011

My condolances to the Gross family and friends. I want to say Thank you! Thank you for sharing him with our community and state when he answered the call of duty; knowing that you would rather he have had the opportunity to share that time at home with you. Thank you Deputy Gross for giving our state your time and dedication for the short time you were able to serve. You have served your community, your department and state well. May you Rest in Peace. May all whose lives you touched never forget your sacrifice and may your family be comforted through these difficult times.

Wyoming Medic

August 2, 2011


Deputy J.D.Davis
Pittsylvania County Sheriffs Office

August 1, 2011

RIP brother Bryan.

May God bless and be with your family, co-workers and friends at this very difficult time.

Det. Bevenour
Gettysburg Police Department

August 1, 2011

Rest in peace Deputy Gross. May God welcome you home and may He be with and comfort those left behind. Only one word can come close to describing your actions, Hero. I am proud and humbled at the same time to say I am employed in the same field as someone like yourself. "No greater gift can one man give than to sacrifice his life for another". Look forward to shaking your hand one day.

Sgt. Sean Busch
Alliance Police Department

August 1, 2011

It is always a tragedy to lose a life. I was not the most perfect citizen of converse county. And I have had my share of run in's with some of Converse County's finest as a kid growing up.

But from across the pacific ocean where I now call my home. My prayers and thoughts go to you and your family. May you rest in peace Officer Bryan P. Gross.

Danny Thomas/ Singapore
Former Converse County Citizen

August 1, 2011

May God put his loving arms around your family and protect them and give them the strength to get throught terrible event in their life. You gave all and you will not be forgotten, RIP my brother.

Major Walter R. Landrum
Bainbridge Public Safety Department

August 1, 2011

No Greater Love than to Sacrifice Yourself for Another. May God grant your family, friends, coworkers, and fellow citizens peace and comfort during these difficult days. May the young lady you saved honor you by serving God and her Country honorably all the days of her life.

United States Probation Officer
United States Probation Office

August 1, 2011

Your bravery and courage will be a shining example to all those who want to become Police Officers. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family a this time. God bless you and all those mourning at your loss.

Zone Five Regional Law Enforcement Training Academy

August 1, 2011

A true hero. RIP

Bill Kerr, retired
Midland, MI PD

August 1, 2011

My deepest condolences and prayers to all involved. As a widow of a law enforcement/ military person, I know the pain and sorrow for all concerned. My tears and prayers go out this week to all of you and I know that Deputy Gross will be in heaven pulling strings and looking over his family for a long time to come.

Nancy F Munier
Albany Search and Rescue/ Platte Co. Search and REscue

August 1, 2011

Your act of bravery is something that most people could never comprehend doing. Thoughts and prayers to you, your family, and the Converse County Sheriff's Office.

Virginia State Police

August 1, 2011

Rest in peace, brother!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Deputy Logan Niles
Garfield County Sheriff's Department

August 1, 2011

What a terrible tragedy. I didn't know the Deputy Sheriff Bryan P. Gross, but I just want to say that all my thoughts and prayer fly to him, his family, co-workers and friends. R.I.P. , from one brother in blue from overseas.

Principal Inspector Eric REMIENCE

August 1, 2011

Your bravery as you willingly went into danger has become an example for all those who come behind you and you were met by all those brave brothers and sisters who went before before you. I believe your welcome there was wonderful. But you will be missed by those left behind. See you again, Brother. Well done.

Alan R Yates
NH Department of Safety

August 1, 2011

Thank you for your service and sacrifice. My condolences to your family, friends and coworkers of the Converse County Sheriff's Office. May you rest in peace.

Off. William F. Shields
Federal Reserve Police/Philadelphia - Retired/Haverford Police

August 1, 2011

I am so sorry to hear of such a horrible lost to your departman.Deputy Gross was a brave young man and an asset to your departman.I will pray for his family and all that worked and played with Deputy Gross.God bless.

Martha Burrell

August 1, 2011

To give your life in service of others, the ultimate sacrifice. Many have heavy hearts today knowing the pain that your family, friends and community are feeling. Rest in peace, and may God comfort those who love you. Thank you for your bravery and devotion.

Lt. Jennifer Woolsey
Wyoming Department of Corrections

August 1, 2011

Godspeed brave brother. We have the watch from here.

Patrol Officer
Jackson, Wyoming Police Department

August 1, 2011

R.I.P Deptuy Bryan Gross

Deputy Josh Burmester
Roscommon County Sheriff's Dept. Mi

August 1, 2011

Your selfless sacrifice will never be forgotten. In our small community and even smaller state the impact of your actions will be felt by all and you are among the warriors who gave all! Rest in Peace brother.

Another Trooper
Wyoming Highway Patrol

August 1, 2011

Deputy Gross

What a heroic act it is to go into a raging river to save a teenage girl. Your act will not be forgotten.

God Bless you, your family, friends and Department.

Officer Charles B. Carr
Lander Police Department
Lander, Wyoming

SRO Charles B. Carr
Lander Police Department Wyoming

August 1, 2011

Rest in peace. The good always die young.

Police Constable David Cake (ret)
London Ontario Police Services

August 1, 2011

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