Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Sergeant Primitivo Marquez-Alejandro

Puerto Rico Police Department, Puerto Rico

End of Watch Tuesday, October 12, 1993

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Reflections for Sergeant Primitivo Marquez-Alejandro

Thank you for your service and please know that your sacrifice will always be remembered by your law enforcement brethren.

Detective Cpl/3 Steven Rizzo
Delaware State Police (Retired)

October 12, 2020

You will always be in our hearts, I still remember your last breath of life, your last handshake. He really regretted your departure, you were a great human being, thank you for all your advice. I will always honor my uniform. I know that wherever I go, you are there to protect me. I miss you brother in Christ and blue blood.

Sergeant Juan C. González Torres 8-18584

Puerto Rico Police

May 9, 2018

Sargento Juan C. González Torres 8-18584
Policía de Puerto Rico

March 7, 2019

You will always be in our hearts, I still remember your last breath of life, your last handshake. He really regretted your departure, you were a great human being, thank you for all your advice. I will always honor my uniform. I know that wherever I go, you are there to protect me. I miss you brother in Christ and blue blood.

Sergeant Juan C. González Torres 8-18584

Puerto Rico Police

May 9, 2018

Sargento Juan C. González Torres 8-18584
Policía de Puerto Rico

March 6, 2019

Siempre estarás en nuestros corazones, aún recuerdo tu último suspiro de vida, tu último apretón de manos. Lamentó mucho tu partida, fuiste un gran ser humano, gracias por todos tus consejos. Siempre honraré mi uniforme. Sé que donde quiera que voy, tu estás ahí para protegerme. Te extraño hermano en Cristo y de sangre azul.

Sargento Juan C. González Torres 8-18584
Policía de Puerto Rico

May 9, 2018

You forever in our hearts we learned from you that despite the odds are better police every day we have not forgotten Primitivo Marquez Sergeant live in us
your brother in blue uniform
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May-27-2011

Police Officer Raymond Caraballo
Puerto Rico Police department brother in blue uniform

May 27, 2011

You forever in our hearts we learned from you that despite the odds are better police every day we have not forgotten Primitivo Marquez Sergeant live in us
your brother in blue uniform
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Police Officer Raymond Caraballo
Puerto Rico Police department brother in blue uniform

May 27, 2011

To His son, I read your beautiful remembrance of your father and he must be so proud of you today and your attitude toward life. There are many ways of serving. I pray for your solace for I know both the pain and pride are forever.

Rest in Peace, Primitivo.

Phylls Loya
mother of fallen officer Larry Lasater

October 12, 2010

TODO LO PUEDO EN CRISTO QUE ME FORTALECE

TE AGRADEZCO TU PREOCUPACION POR MOSTRARME COMO HACER MI LABOR COMO UN EXCELENTE SERVIDOR PUBLICO, QUIEN MEJOR QUE TU DIOS TE BENDIGA A TI Y A LOS TUYOS POR SIEMPRE.

Insp. Carlos J. Colon Alsina
Puerto Rico PD coworker

August 29, 2009

On the upcoming anniversary of your passing, we remember you today and thank you Sir for your service.

Pat Van Den Berghe, Manchester, NH
Neighbors for a Better Manchester, NH

October 10, 2007

Of all the fathers, definitively it was the best of the world. Still I remember his voice saying my name and saying to me that he loves me. I learned many things of the life observing his dedication and effort in all the tasks that he realized.

My father was the whole warrior. He serve in the United States Army up to the moment of his death.He give several services to the army and it was in several places as Germany, England, Panama, between others. But always he love, with all his heart the Police Department.A few months before his death, my uncle and his only brother, the Officer Angel L. Marquez, died in an assault. Several times I tried that my father was resigning the police. But, it he does not import all the times one was asking for it always respond no. With the time I understood that more that it heloved in the life it was to take care to the neighbor.Every day I think about him. Every day, without mattering all the time finds spent I continue loving it. Because my father, I am very sure that continues loving me from where he is. Though I did not follow his steps in the police, but always I continued his advice. I do every day, a great work, as if it was the first one or last day of my life.

Those that reading this, I ask for excuses all for the orthographic mistakes, but though I speak very well the English, do not know write it very well. The really important thing, it is to said that this man that they see in the photo was a great policeman, person but especially a great father.

Daddy: I will love You every day of my life, until the Lord turns us to joining in the Kingdom of the Skies ".

Your son,
Enrique Márquez Ocasio

Enrique Marquez Ocasio
son

November 14, 2006

R.I.P. you will never be forgotten.

Deputy M.Reed
EPSO

October 12, 2006

Rest in Peace.

October 12, 2006

I wish to acknowledge the distinquished service Officer Marquez-Alejandro gave to his community and the citizens of Puerto Rico, and for the supreme sacrifice he and his family made on October 12, 1992.

Phyllis Loya, mother of fallen officer
Larry Lasater, Pittsburg PD eow 4/24/05

October 13, 2005

May god bless you and your family. Although I did not have the privilege to have known you, I am sure you earned your seat in heaven.

Rest in peace, those of us who remain will cover your post on the thin, blue line.

Anonymous

September 29, 2003

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