Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Bradley Michael Fox

Plymouth Township Police Department, Pennsylvania

End of Watch Thursday, September 13, 2012

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Reflections for Police Officer Bradley Michael Fox

John 5:28, 29 - "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out". I pray that everyone can find peace in knowing that we will see this officer as well as many others again in Paradise soon. Until then, please accept my condolences.

A.W. Montgomery
Concerned Citizen

September 17, 2018

IN HONORE CASORUM
Our promise to him; Always honored, never forgotten, forever grateful for his service to his community and to our nation.

Sgt. T Jake Jones
Greater Cleveland Transit Police Department, Ohio

September 13, 2016

4 years ago..

Im sorry

September 13, 2016

Thinking of you and your family on this day. Thank you for your service Officer Fox #178

Kim Supko

September 13, 2016

semper fi brad. thank you for your service and your life choices.

Ofc P. Del Rosario

February 29, 2016

We have not forgotten you sir! We are saddened to this day over your loss. We will continue to remember you and pray for your family.

John Gibson
Plymouth Township resident

September 14, 2015

Rest in peace.

Sgt. Jim Russo

September 13, 2015

I just met Mike Segard (spelling not certain) while walking Kuma and picking up the pond. As often happens in my world, I either wave, or offer friendly banter, looking for some small way to connect to residents. Mike felt welcome to converse, sharing the way men share when they can read each other's souls through the portals of their eyes.

We spoke of our past military service, the joys of good VA benies, our health challenges and victories. Why would he mention Brad? Well, Mike served in the Viet Nam Era, and found a friend in Brad's father. As often happens, military men understand how death can lead to parenting prospects, for your buddies children. It is instinct, or genes, or culture. I have never heard of it openly spoken about. Perhaps it is like the way women and mothers know how to live in a village, only a rare guy version.

These are perilous times for all of us, growing in fear of the greed that is government, and what this appears to mean for everyone else, subject to some terrifying visions of freedoms lost at the end of govt's armed enforcers. Above this 'meme' I heard the story, from a total stranger on a sunny spring day, of the loss Mike still holds close, of the 2 year old Brad he was privileged to know, many years ago, and the wounded K9 Officer, retired to a family that gave up a lot too much for serving us.

Mike will be out to see Brad, later this summer, and carried himself with a pride few of us are allowed, during our short careers as men.

Capt, USAF(R), "retired" (under oath!)
Joseph C Grimme, Arborist, Parent, Citizen

April 10, 2015

I never got the chance to meet you, yet I feel I know you so well through your family....your mom and dad, your co-workers and your wife. What an amazing man and Hero to many who knew you personally and those of us who know you through memories shared. Your missed and loved and will always be remembered but never forgotten. Please continue to watch over your family and co-workers. I know how proud you must be of all of them for carrying on your legacy.

Kim Weigand
Mom of Sgt. Michael C. Weigand E.O.W. 9/14/2008

September 12, 2014

I never knew you personally but today I thought of you. You are a true hero and exemplify what it means to be a police officer. I will say a prayer for your family. Rest easy brother we've got it from here

Patrolman

March 20, 2014

Just over a year since such a tragedy occurred. Rest easy, brother. We got it from here.

Patrolman

October 18, 2013

Brad first of all me start bye wishing you a happy 36th birthday. second I can not believe that yesterday was the one year anniversary of the day that you were taken from your family and friends. Though we never met I can honestly say that you were truly loved by a lot of people. Yesterday Montgomery County officials placed a plaque at the seen of your murder and I was there to see the awesome display of support and affection from your brothers and sisters in blue to your family. It was truly amazing at one point when they unveiled the plaque and Lynsay had your 18 month old daughter Kadence touch the plaque before anybody else. RIP Brad and watch over your brothers and sister in blue knowing they have the watch down here now . And know that you will never be forgotten by this guy. Semper Fi Marine

Greg C
Citizen Horsham, Pa.

September 14, 2013

Thinking of you and your loved ones today. Continue to keep watch over them, protect them from harm. Also, continue to watch over those still out on patrol. You are a true hero and will never be forgotten. Thank you for your dedicated service to your Country and also to Law Enforcement. You have not been forgotten.

Bob Gordon
Father of Fallen Chicago Officer: Michael P. Gordon, EOW: 8/8/04

September 13, 2013

One year today. RIP, Brother.

Officer T. Hassler
Edisto Beach Police Department, SC

September 13, 2013

As I sit here and literally watch the minutes tick past waiting for the date to change to September 13 2013...I knew this is where I had to come. We love and miss you man!! I know you are watching over all of us, especially Lyns and those two amazing kids...and she is quite simply amazing!! You would be so proud of her...I'm sure you are!! And I know I'm a day early but happy birthday Brad!! We're going to celebrate you on Saturday night with one kick ass party!! Love you brother!!

Ofc. Charles Leeds
Norristown PD

September 12, 2013

Officer Fox, although I only met you once (thanks for the warning notice for running that light, ooops, I found it shortly after what happened, then realized it was you who stopped me, and now still have it), but can't begin to express the grief I feel for you and your family. As we are coming upon the 1 year anniversary of the darkest day for the Plymouth Twp Police Dept, as well as your family, I can still remember everything that unfolded that night like it was yesterday. I wish to say thank you for your service to our country, as well as the residents of Plymouth Twp. You will never be forgotten. May you rest in peace

Steve K

August 11, 2013

Brad, we are truely grateful for your service to our country, and then to your community. You will always be remembered as a hero: to your family, friends, and country. God bless you. You will never be forgotten. Your legacy will live on in your beautiful family. We miss you.

Officer Chris Smith
Norristown Police Department

April 6, 2013

Sir, I just saw your newborn son on Facebook. What a beautiful little boy, named after you. Thank you for your service. I'm sorry you aren't there to enjoy your family. I'm sure you are now their guardian angel, and will keep an ever watchful eye on them. I hope your family carries on in health and peace.

Cpl Jack Mould
Howard County Police Maryland

March 30, 2013

Just saw where you baby boy was just born. He is beautiful and he will always know you as a hero as you watch over him. RIP Brother, we have the watch now.

Officer
Hopewell Police Department, Hopewell, VA

March 29, 2013

Rest in Peace brother, we have the Watch, Semper Fi

Policeman
Brother in Blue, Phoenix Police

February 22, 2013

Thank you for you service to the community and this country. You are a true American Hero and its still hard to fathom your not here on earth anymore. I had the pleasure to work with you when I was at Montgomery Co and my close friends got to work side by side with you on the street. Your now watching over your family and friends from a much better place, but a piece of Montgomery Co and America died that day. Your a true Hero and we will be forever grateful !

former disp #584
Montgomery Co

January 19, 2013

Rest in peace brother; thank you for serving our beautiful Country as well as your community. God bless your family, friends and co-workers during this difficult time. Brother, you died bravely and with dignity while striving to keep your community safe. My prayers are with you and the family you left behind. Again, thank you for your service. We will continue the watch from here

Officer Luis Sarmiento
El Paso Police Department

January 6, 2013

As we start a new year(2013), your service and sacrifice will always be remembered.
Rest in Peace my Brother.

To my active duty Brothers and Sisters, PLEASE STAY SAFE!

Master Senior Investigator Cardell L. Dobbins #188 (Ret.)
Illinois Secretary of State Department of Police District 01, Region 01

January 1, 2013

It has been 40+ years since I have lived in Plymouth Township (back in the days when all of us kids knew Chief Fusco and Sgt. Volpe).

The line-of-duty death of ANY law enforcement officer saddens me, and all the more for it to happen in a community I once called home.

I never had the pleasure of meeting Officer Fox, but there is no doubt that he served honorably in an honorable Department.


Rest in peace, Officer Fox.

Kenneth H. Ryesky, Esq.
[Former IRS agent]

December 30, 2012

We were on opposite work rotations, so I didn't get to be your dispatcher. But I can tell you without hesitation, the ones on your days had nothing but good things to say...never a complaint about you at all. Polite, friendly, and professional on the radio says a lot about a person. When you dispatch a policeman for 12 hours a day, you develop a bond with that person...though you may not get together with that person for dinner or go to a ball game together, you form a relationship that few understand ( without even knowing what each other look like ) . You depend on someone you've never even met, even though you've known them for years...and when that person is suddenly gone, the other half feels as though they've lost a family member. A close friend of mine was your dispatcher that day...he was the last person to ever speak to you. How could anyone have known that? How could anyone have known that when you called out your last radio transmission that no one would ever hear you speak again? How can you go the rest of your career as the "voice on the other end" knowing that an officer needed help, and there was nothing you could do about it? I saw the hurt and pain in his eyes the next day. I could hear it in his voice. I watched him cry when your Chief called him the day after your funeral and told him to " place 44178 out of service "...
Watch over your family and the rest of us.

Dispatcher 535
Montgomery County Emergency Dispatch Services

November 26, 2012

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