Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Hector Antonio Fontanez-Diaz

New York City Police Department, New York

End of Watch Thursday, September 12, 1991

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Reflections for Police Officer Hector Antonio Fontanez-Diaz

Rest in peace my brother. Descansa en paz mi hermano.

Lieutenant Ray Flores
NYPD (retired)

September 12, 2018

I did not know this officer but I did know his fiance. Her father and I were lifeguards together and i remember he leaving the Church after the mass.

EMT Retired Jeff Crianza
NYCEMS

September 11, 2018

Proudly mailed my No Parole letter today, on behalf of Officer Fontanez-Diaz. Thank You for your service and sacrifice. Prayers to the family and friends as this difficult time nears. God Bless You All!

Allie
Supporter of Law Enforcement
Wife of Corrections Deputy

April 17, 2018

I am Angela McMinn the coordinator of No parole for Cop killers. An odmp.org Program. I am working on my may report and among those up for parole is David Barracks, The man who murdered officer Hector Fontanez. He will be one of our campaigns to stop parole. Officer Fontanez deserves this fight for justice for Him and his family. God bless you sir and prayers going up for his families, both blood, and blue.

Surviving Daughter Chief of Police
ODMP

April 8, 2018

I was 19yrs old when this ultimate sacrifice occurred and I have never forgotten this Officers name ever. I'm glad to have seen a picture now to put with this heros name.I just completed 20 yrs on patrol and I will never forget the great ones like Hector.RIP

P.O. David
Nypd

January 5, 2018

I was 19yrs old when this ultimate sacrifice occurred and I have never forgotten this Officers name ever. I'm glad to have seen a picture now to put with this get is name.I just completed 20 yrs on patrol and I will never forget the great ones like Hector.RIP

P.O. David
Nypd

January 5, 2018

RIP MY BROTHER UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN....

P.O. VINCENT MARCHESE
RET. NYPD.

September 12, 2017

Rest in peace.

Lt. Jim Russo

September 12, 2017

QUE DIOS TE BENDIGA MUCHO, QUE TE GOZES DE LA PRESENCIA DE DIOS DONDE ESTAS MUCHO MEJOR. I DONT KNOW YOU BUT .i NEVER FORGET THAT DAY. I was also a cop in P.R. WITH EXACT SAME TIME IN THE FORCE AND THE SAME NAME. TODAY I AM A PASTOR IN FLORIDA MY NAME IS HECTOR M. FONTANEZ DELGADO. DESCANCE EN PAZ. BENDICIONES

Nitza Fontanez
family

October 21, 2016

Time moves on..
But the afternoon of September 12, 1991 will never be forgotten or fade with time.
Honored to have worked with you as a member of squad B3
Peace be with you on this 25th anniversary in heaven.

Daniel Gravius
NYPD 47

September 12, 2016

Thank you so much for your service to our country. My heart aches for your friends and family. I hope my letter made it to the parole board.

John Haseltine - Civilian

September 10, 2016

I think you knew......
Asked an Elite to write a letter❤️

RN
ER

September 7, 2016

You will never be forgotten!!!!!

Lieutenant William weber
nypd

September 4, 2016

ABSOLUTELY NO PAROLE FOR COP KILLERS. Honored to add my name to this letter writing campaign. Have been a Survivor for almost 46 years.

Cynthia Ann Starr
Suvivor of my HERO 1971

September 2, 2016

Proud to send my No Parole letter today. You have not been forgotten sir and prayers for God's blessings to those left behind.

Snr. Ptlmn Donnie Meaders (Retired)
Wewoka, OK Police Department

September 1, 2016

Time continues to pass, grateful for each minutes God continues to bless me with. However, time never erases the great memories I shared with you. Nor does time erase the pain of losing you way too early.
I am grateful for the time I had with you, just wish we could have spent a lifetime together but God seemed to have needed you more.
Thanks for the memories and thank you for watching over me from above.
Love Caroline

caroline lafrance
girlfriend

July 29, 2016

It was my honor to research newspapers, magazines, online & books to find your ID CARD Photo. I found this photo in a 1991 NYPD MEDAL DAY BOOKLET about your heroic sacrifice. I felt it was necessary to have a photo on this website so that your family & friends can remember you. Rest Easy Hero! Always Remembered!

APO Christian Durante
NYPD: 68th Precinct Auxiliary Police Unit

February 5, 2016

To my brother , cousin , best friend that is in heaven but never left my side and I no someday we will be seeing each other again I love you cousin I carry your picture with me every where I go your my light and my angel that protects me everyday and that guides me to the right path.I love you cousin and I miss you deeply

Andres Flores Diaz
1st Cousin

November 10, 2015

God toke you away early, but we always cherish the short time we had with you.

Grissel Flores-Diaz
Cousin

September 12, 2015

i grew up in the 47 pct and i remember that day sadly, from what i heard and read and you were a great man. i am now a NYPD cop and will try my best to make you proud! my badge is #307 much love and respect to you and your family!

PO ALLEN
NYPD

September 5, 2015

Rest in Peace Hector. You will never be forgotten. May God continue to watch over your family and friends.

(Retired) Detective Richard Ramos
NYPD 45 Pct/P.O. 47 Pct

January 20, 2015

I think of him often and he is in my prayers.

Please say a prayer for his partner that day, Police Officer Patricia Macken (deceased). Although she was not physically injured during the incident, the psychological trauma surely killed her as well.

May their murderer never breathe the fresh air of freedom again. He has a parole hearing scheduled for 5/20/16, and is eligible for parole on 9/11/16.

(Retired) Sergeant Jeffrey McGuiness
NYPD 47 Pct., PBBx

September 14, 2014

Never forget, we won't ....miss you big guy !

P.O. Sqd. B-3
NYPD. 047

September 12, 2014

you passed to soon my friend , for the short time I was at the 47 I remember you as one of the really good guys that got along with everyone .

det c scheferston
nypd

September 11, 2014

Happy Anniversary in heaven Hector. R.I.P.

Retired Detective Vincent Andrasko
NYPD

September 12, 2013

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