Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Trooper Aaron Robert Beesley

Utah Highway Patrol, Utah

End of Watch Saturday, June 30, 2012

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Reflections for Trooper Aaron Robert Beesley

Whatever our duty, or wherever we serve, we are all brothers and sisters in this most honorable calling. We have lost yet another brother who we must never forget.

My deepest sympathy to both his family and his police family. My thoughts and prayers are with them. May he rest in eternal peace.

Sgt. Tom Waller, Cincinnati P.D., Ret.
Greater Cincinnati Police Museum

July 8, 2012

On behalf of the men and women of the South Salt Lake Police Department we extend our condolences to the family of Trooper Aaron Beesley and the members of the Utah Highway Patrol. It is in his memory that we continue on.

South Salt Lake Police

July 8, 2012

Rest on Peace Trooper Beesley.

R.G. Keenan
UOPSC
2002

Sgt. Randy Keenan / Ret.
City of Alameda, CA Police Dept.

July 8, 2012

Thank you for your sacrifice and may you rest in peace.

Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney
Virginia

July 7, 2012

Rest In Peace Brother, you have given the ultimate sacrifice. May your family find comfort in this difficult time. God Speed

Officer Lucas Rowley
Nephi City P. D.

July 7, 2012

Rest in peace Aaron. The thoughts and prayers of the Woods Cross Police Department are with your family, friends, and co-workers at this difficult time.

"Blessed are the Peacemakers; for they shall be called the children of God." Matthew 5:9

Chief Greg Butler
Woods Cross Police Department

July 7, 2012

Thank you Aaron for being willing to place the life of another above your own knowing that we can never know how things will turn out on any type of call. The past 13 years of working together has been in my mind constantly of late. Your willingness to help with whatever whenever is a credit to you and to your family. May the tender mercies of the Lord be with your family in their grief and sorrow. Rest in peace my friend.

Lieutenant Tyler Kotter #241
Utah Highway Patrol

July 6, 2012

Thank you for your service, bravery, and couragious act!

Explorer Andrew Davidson
Union County, Tn. Sheriff Dept.

July 6, 2012

God's speed.
Rest in peace brother.

Sergeant Paul Schanno
State of MN Dept. of Corrections MCF- Stillwater

July 6, 2012

Thank you for all that you did, you are a true hero and your loss will be felt from all your brothers and sisters in the law enforcement family. May God watch over you as you have watched over us.

michael schumacker

July 6, 2012

Rest In Peace Brother. My prayers go out to the friends and family of Trooper Beesley. Never let his memory fade

Invest. Mike Bradford, RET
Tallahassee PD

July 6, 2012

Rest In Peace Brother - we'll take it from here! May your family know the peace and comfort of God during this time and be surrounded and uplifted by the love of friends, family, and your police family! Trooper Beesley will never be forgotten!

Corporal
Denver Police Department, Colorado

July 6, 2012

R.I.P., Brother.

Det. Randy Evans
Kansas City Missouri Police Department
Son of Patrolman Robert Wayne Evans
E.O.W 10/14/1971
HEROES LIVE FOREVER

July 6, 2012

No matter how many times I've read the story and seen your pic on this page I still find it hard to believe. A lot of us didn't see or hear you very often but I'm positive that anyone that ever met you would agree that you gave off a very positive vibe that we all admired. I know I did. Thanks Aaron. We'll miss ya.

Bob Higdon, Patrolman
Sunset police

July 6, 2012

Rest in Peace Brother Beesley.

Detective(retired)James P. McGrath
Schenectady Police Department

July 6, 2012

"Go rest high on that mountain" Trooper Beesley, you and your family are in my prayers.

Dora Ayala, ,other of two Texas Highway
La Salle County, Texas

July 5, 2012

We've lost another fine officer in the line of duty. Making the ultimate sacrifice in protecting and serving his fellow man. RIP Aaron.

Trooper Martin Luther Turner III
UHP (retired 2012)

July 5, 2012

God bless you Trooper Beesley and may he guide your family through this,most difficuly of times. And,as always,thank you for all that you did for us.

wesley simmons

July 5, 2012

Rest in Peace Trooper Beesley. May God comfort your family during this difficult time. Thank you for you selfless service.

Trooper J Andreasen
Iowa State Patrol

July 5, 2012

Without a moments hesitation. Without a second thought. The person wearing St. Michael's Shield would give their life on the spot.
For a child wandering in harms way, for a drowning woman facing death, the officer would willingly draw his final breath.
Would each of us do the same? Could we all be that brave? What amazing courage it must take to decide it is not your own life you will save.

For all of those that wear a badge
An Garda Siochana (Ireland)

July 5, 2012

Rest in Peace Sir..............................

Officer Thomas Wiederhold, Retired
Fort Worth Police Dept. Tx.

July 4, 2012

Aaron you were a true hero, always willing to go the extra mile in everything you did. Thank you for you example, your pride, and your dedication in serving your fellow man. I hope and pray your family will be comforted and blessed in this trying time.

Trooper J. Cloward
Utah Highway Patrol

July 4, 2012

My prayers and condolences go out to Trooper Beesley's family, friends and the Utah Highway Patrol. Thank you for your service sir! R.I.P.

Lt Gerhard Meier
Swiss Army, Mountain Infantry Bat II/4

July 4, 2012

In appreciation for ll you've been and all you've done, God Bless!!!

Deputy Bobby L. Silvers
Pickens County GA Sheriff's Office

July 4, 2012

A few years ago my friends and I went on a horseback riding trip down at Palo Duro Canyon in Amarillo. We noticed a teenager trapped on a cliff with his friend peering over the side at him standing there on the ledge screaming for help.
I was shocked and couldn't believe he had even tried to come down that rock.
Our guide said, "here we go again. This isn't unusual. Several times a week this happens. It is always the younguns doing this crap".
We were deep in the canyon and he had to ride away to be able to get a phone signal to have this idiot rescued. Even though the circumstances are somewhat different, this tragic incident with Trooper Beesley brought this back to mind.

God be with the family of this brave man. A true hero you are sir. So terribly sorry for this great loss to all who love you...really a great loss to the whole nation. I am so sorry.

a grateful citizen

July 4, 2012

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