Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Trooper Marvin Leroy Titus

South Carolina Highway Patrol, South Carolina

End of Watch Wednesday, November 20, 1991

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Reflections for Trooper Marvin Leroy Titus

thank you for your services and dedication.

deputy
fairfield county s-o lancaster,ohio

January 6, 2007

As we reflect on your service and dedication and the sacrifice you made, I hope that your family can take comfort in knowing that you left us a hero. Fifteen years today but never forgotten.

Cpl/1 Steven Rizzo
Delaware State Police

November 20, 2006

Trooper Titus,

You are a hero and the sacrifice you made will never be forgotten. Continue your beat on Heaven's streets.

SPO
Salem, Va

November 20, 2006

I will always treasure the letter sent to me by one of your family members ! May you Rest In Peace, Bro !

Maj M. B. Parlor
USMC / LAPD

August 16, 2006

I remembered that night god took you away...I remember being a part of the search team searching all night until the individual who did this to you was found...we did'nt waiver. God bless you and save a place in heaven for us.

Sgt. Kenneth Hasty
S.C. Highway Patrol (Ret.)

March 10, 2006

Marvin,
You are dearly missed by family, friends, members of the law enforcement community and your friends from the military. As much as I talk I am still at a loss to sum the total impact losing you has had on so many, as well as your youngest brother, me.

You will never be forgotten, and thanks for all of your support and direction you gave. Mostly, thank you for leaving me a vivid memory or your smile and laugh; it continues to get me past tough times.

Although this will have zero meaning to no other living person, I know that you are smiling each time I think of or repeat “pink feather, pink feather what do ….. ?” To this day, it severs to bring back some of the most please memories we shared. Rest in peace, big brother, your former shadow and little brother. Kenneth

Kenneth Titus
Sibling

September 2, 2005

You were my roommate for a year while we were stationed in Germany. I will remember all you laughter and bright smiles you had for everyone that was around you. You made being so far from home seen not that far. I will always remember the great times that we shared playing cards in our room with all the fellas. I know that you are with God and all His blessed people. Keep them all smiling like I do whenever I think of you. May God continue to Bless you and your family. I

Chris Ladikos
U.A.W. Local 2000

July 25, 2005

Marvin as my classmate you made the hardest 12 weeks of my life something to smile about and remember with great joy. You once made this smart remark, "I am the right Reverend Marvin L. Titus and this is my holy trooper choir." The entire class was in stitches that day. I know you are in heaven and being a part of that choir you spoke of. Continue to be the gardian angle for the rest of us.

cpl. J. A. Myrick
SCHP

May 23, 2005

You always had a smile and always made life easier during Patrol School. Gone but not forgotten my friend.

Classmate
HP

March 16, 2005

~~~ Living My Life Without You ~~~

Living my life without you, tell me what am I going to do?
Some days I feel like screaming --- tell me, am I still dreaming?

Living my life without you, tell me why am I so blue?
Some days life seems so unfair --- tell me, does anyone really care?

Living my life without you, tell me do you miss me too?
Some days I’d like to fly away --- tell me, what is heaven like each day?

Anonymous

January 25, 2005

~~~~~The Broken Chain~~~~~

We little knew that morning that God was going to call your name.~~In life we loved you dearly, in death we do the same.~~It broke our hearts to lose you, you did not go alone; for part of us went with you, the day God called you home.~~You left us peaceful memories, your love is still our guide; and though we cannot see you, you are always at our side.~~Our family chain is broken, and nothing seems the same; but as God calls us one by one, the Chain will link again.

January 12, 2005

11-20-03, MY BROTHER,MAY GOD BLESS YOU. I ATTENDED YOUR FUNERAL, AND THERE WERE SO MANY PAYING THEIR RESPECTS. I DOUBT IF THE TOWN OF LYNCHBURG EVER HAD OR EVER WILL HAVE SEEN SO MANY PEOPLE. YOU SERVED WELL MY BROTHER. A HERO NEVER DIES. REST IN PEACE.

CHIEF RONNIE WATFORD-RET.
JEFFERSON POLICE DEPT,S.C.

November 20, 2003

Trooper Titus is a member of our huge Law Enforcement family. He is gone but not forgotten. Each family member feels a loss for their loved one. I too feel a loss and pray for each of our family who stand the thin blue line each day.

Senior Trooper Keith Miller
Oregon State Police

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