Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Officer Brent David Wisdom

Fort Worth Police Department, Texas

End of Watch Wednesday, September 2, 1992

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Reflections for Officer Brent David Wisdom

I attended high school with Brent and was devastated when I heard of his passing. Thank you for your service Brent, you were always a friendly and honorable guy. It’s impossible to forget someone who gave you so much to remember.

Sgt. Greg Johnston
Oregon City Police Department

April 28, 2021

A hero with a humble name. Rest in peace Officer Wisdom.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

October 27, 2019

You will never be forgotten. You served one of the finest police departments in the world and you will forever be respected for your service to the great state of Texas. May you rest in peace sir.

Anonymous

April 22, 2017

Rest in Peace Police Officer Brent David Wisdom. Thank You for your Service and Sacrifice protecting the citizens of Fort Worth and The Great State of Texas.

I Pray for Peace for your Family, Friends and those brave souls who have chosen to follow in your footsteps. I also Pray that the scum that murdered you burns forever in the lake of fire!

Amen.

Senior Special Agent Barry Sherwood Ret.
Port Terminal Railroad Police Houston, TX

September 23, 2016

Just watched COPS S04E33. My condolences Way too young to die.
Mike C.

Mike Callihan
Seagate Federal

October 10, 2015

Hey Brent. This is Willie. Miss ya buddy.

William McCormick
Friend

September 2, 2015

Hey Brent. My mom and I talk about you often and it's just hard to believe that it's been 22 years. Miss ya buddy.

William McCormick

September 2, 2014

Not a week goes by Brent that I don't think about you. I remember the red headed kid working out in the warehouse, sweet, always helping. Before I knew it a young man stood before me and was ready to embark in his life long dream of being a Police Officer. I'm so glad you got to live your dream, even if it was just for a short time. I have always been proud to say I'm your friend. It's so hard to believe that it's been almost 22 years since you left us. We miss you Brent!

Torey Winkler
Friend

March 26, 2014

Brent, it has taken 20 years to really write this to you. I remember the night the accident happened. I was sitting in the mall parking lot in my patrol car waiting on you so we could go eat dinner. Then it happened. I was in shock. I still have not gotten over it. I remember you and I in the academy together and graduating two badge numbers apart. You (2567) and me (2565). I remember you going and buying your new black Chevrolet truck. I could go on forever. Kirk, your brother took over in your steps. You would be proud of him. I miss you man. I will remember you for the rest of my life. Your buddy, Chip Ferguson

F.C. "Chip" Ferguson
FWPD police academy class 83

December 12, 2012

I've never forgotten you or what you did for me. I can't believr its been 20 years. You are truly missed.

Carrie Little
Family friend

September 3, 2012

I went to Mandfield High School with Brent. He was a sweetheart of a guy.
My Daddy was a FWPD cop and when he came home and told me, I was stunned.
Brent certainly didn't deserve the horrible circumstances in which he passed away, none of the officers did. They deserved so much better.
Rest in peace Brent and the many other souls that sacrificed everything to Protect & Serve us all.

Hannah Brewton
Daddy was a FW Cop, A.E."Sonny" Brewton

June 14, 2012

Seen his name on cops...and felt it would be an honor to remember him and read about him. If any of his friends or family reads this, do know I am so sorry for your loss and hope your pain has gotten less over the past 20 years...although I doubt it has...please know a stranger also shares your loss...even if knowing a good person and fine young man died doing something greater than most can ever dare do. I wish I could give you my life in exchange for his. I know he would have used his better. I'm sorry.

Private
Dept. of Juvenile Justice

March 29, 2012

I did not know you. I have lived in Fort Worth a long time, so I wanted to thank you and all the other officers for protecting us. I couldnt sleep and was flipping channels when an episode of COPS from 1993 was airing. I watched out of curiosity. I saw the Memorial at the end and did a search for you name. I see you have been gone for almost 20 yrs. I believe the person who killed you should've recieved more punishment. May God bless your soul and your family. Thank you again for being you.

Tami
Civilian

March 29, 2012

I can't believe this Sept it will have been 20 years since you left us Brent. I still remember the first time I saw you at Mastercraft. A skinny red-headed boy working out in the warehouse for the summer. It was a pleasure watching you grow up to a young man over the years. I remember the morning I was getting ready for work when I heard the news over the TV. I think about you often and I'm so glad you were in my life. We're all so proud of you and I know you watch over your little brother, Officer Kirk. We love you kiddo

Torey Winkler
A friend

March 13, 2012

Hi Brent. I was just sitting on my back porch the other day looking up at the stars and I was thinking about what a great friend you were. I sat there and talked to you for a while wondering how you were doing and just wanted to let you know I missed you.I think about you often and wish you had the chance to live your life to the fullest.

Willie McCormick

January 9, 2012

Brent this time of year you are missed so much and especially so this year without your Dad being here to comfort me through another year. My heart is still broken there is not a day goes by that I do not think about you. I love you and miss you so much. Take care of your Dad he too never got over your death.

Joyce Wisdom
Mother

December 13, 2011

Brent I remember you playing ball with mike jr and watching you grow up. I remember how polite and pleasant you were a true young gentleman. I was heart broken the day that I found out you had been killed especially wearing the uniform that I had worn for 13 years and working the same area that I had worked. I remember working traffic at debbie lane and n. main for your funeral. I remember the shock on your mom and dad face as they came to grips with you being gone. I remember at the church 9/11 event how they had accidentally overlooked you when honoring all the police and firefighters killed in the line of duty. A lot of time has passed but you will never be forgotten. Rest in Peace my man.

Mike Honeycutt
retired Constable pct 7 Tarrant County
ex Fort Worth Police ID 1201

retired constable mike honeycutt
tarrant co. constable pct 7

September 22, 2011

I always remember seeing you at church...a very handsome teenager with the biggest Western belt buckle! Where have the years gone? A huge blessing the years have brought are your sister-in-law and your niece and nephews. Watching the two boys playing with each other reminded me of you and Kirk as young boys. So active and fun loving! Your Mom is as wonderful of a Grandmother as she is a Mother. I loved the poster they made that was on display at your Dad's funeral. He will be missed.

You will never be forgotten and always loved more than words can express. Thank you for your service as a police officer.

Melinda Rubenkoenig
Friend

June 6, 2011

You are one of God's special gifts that he lent this world. Without men and women such as yourself, the world would be a dark and dangerous place. May you sleep in peace and may our Holy Mother Mary wrap her arms around your mother.

Anonymous

March 18, 2011

Hey Brenter, your Dad and I just got home from the C.O.P.S. PARENT RETREAT we had a really good time talking with the other parents about our beautiful children. It is a sad time but also a fun time, we met some really nice people from all over the US. We miss you so much and wish you were here to see what a great officer, man and father Kirk is. You would just love his wife and kids they keep us laughing and when we talk about Uncle Brent they know who you are. Just know that we miss you and love you so much. Mom

Joyce Wisdom
Mother

November 1, 2010

Your heroism and service is honored today, the 18th anniversary of your death. Your memory lives and you continue to inspire. Thank you for your service. My cherished son Larry Lasater was a fellow police officer murdered in the line of duty on April 24, 2005 while serving as a Pittsburg, CA police officer.

I pray for solace for all those who love and remember you for I know both the pain and pride are forever.

Rest In Peace.

Phyllis Loya
mother of fallen officer Larry Lasater

September 2, 2010

God Bless.
May Heavenly Father wrap His loving arms around your family today and may He especially cofort your Mom.
A candle is lit in your memory.

Anonymous

September 2, 2010

May you rest safe in peace,. I pray Heavenly Father continues to wrap His Arms around your loved ones and that your mom , especially, receives comfort from our Holy Mother, Mary.
God Bless

Anonymous

September 3, 2009

Your candle will be lit as always, Mass will be said for you. God Bless you and all LEOs.

Anonymous

May 10, 2009

I sit and read the reflections left for all you Blue Angels and I am in awe of the strength and courage of you all and that of your loved ones left to continue their lives without your physical presence.

I shall light your candle for you as always. No matter where in the world I happen to be, for your candle will alway be shining for you .

Anonymous

March 15, 2009

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