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

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

RIP my brother, you will never be forgotten........

Deputy Sheriff / Pilot W R. Trocan
Martin Coutny Sheriff Office

November 21, 2012

Officer Fox I will be riding for you in the police unity tour this spring. May you rest in peace and your duty never forgotten

Corporal Eric Gonzalez
Harford County Sheriff's Office

November 7, 2012

Thank you for your service and for helping to make America a safer place.

Deputy Brian Jones
Boulder County Sheriff's Office, CO

November 7, 2012

Rest in peace brother Brad. You served your Country and family to the highest degree. We all appreciate your sacrifice and you will never be forgotten.

Commander Steve Bekesy
DHS/Federal Protective Service

November 5, 2012

Rest in peace Brother.

Bob

October 19, 2012

I don't have a rank or job that has such magnitude to offer such esteemed condolences, but what I do know if that you were and are still loved greatly by your family, friends, and community. As a neighbor and mom of your little girl's playmate, I knew you were a great husband and father. I, along with Kadence's buddies, will always be there for Lynsay, Kadence, and baby BMF.

Adrienne
Friend of the family

October 13, 2012

The Denver Police Department thank you for your service to your country and your community. May the Lord bless your family during this difficult time.

Officer
Denver Police Department

October 9, 2012

Thanx for the laughs!!! Semper Fi

E. Jones
Fellow Marine

October 4, 2012

I am so sorry. My prayers go out to the family and Officer Fox's dear wife. ''HEROES NEVER DIE!" Gone on before us and in that day God will wipe away all tears and we will rejoice in his presence because he loved us and goes with us thru adversity ....all the way home. God bless Offcer Fox and thank you for your many sacrifices that we might live in civility and protection. Amen

Margaret Hood/ supporter and friend
Citizen Watch

October 1, 2012

Rest easy my combat vet brother, we have the watch from here. Blessed is he who is willing to lay down his life for his brother, God speed, mate.

SGT Chad Smith
Pinebluff PD

September 30, 2012

Semper Fi brother and thank you for your service. Rest in peace and God be with your family.

David
Austin PD

September 27, 2012

Thank you very much for your service.

Dispatchers, Supervisors, and Staff
SNOCOM

September 26, 2012

Rest in peace warrior

Cpl M. Tower
New Castle County PD

September 26, 2012

deepest condolences to his family, RIP Brother!

Charlie Alejandro, MSP Trooper, Retired
MSP

September 26, 2012

RIP Brother

R. Ganoe
Perry County Sheriffs Office

September 25, 2012

Wish I could of been there for you brother.

P-II
LAPD Hollywood Division

September 25, 2012

Rest in Peace Brother. Prayers for the family & Department.

Senior Trooper D. Thompson
Maryland State Police

September 25, 2012

R.I.P.,Brother.

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

September 24, 2012

May you rest in peace and know that your Brothers and Sisters will watch over your family.

Kevin Huber
Bismarck PD - Bismarck, ND

September 24, 2012

Rest in peace my brother Officer and brother Marine, My God be with your family, Semper fi.

Trooper First Class Johnny Feltner
Kentucky State Police

September 24, 2012

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

Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney
Virginia

September 24, 2012

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