Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Michael J. Healy

United States Postal Inspection Service - United States Postal Police, U.S. Government

End of Watch Sunday, June 21, 1981

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Reflections for Police Officer Michael J. Healy

Not a day goes by without thinking of you. We love you, Michael J.


Freind

September 19, 2006

To whomever this may concern-

My name is Amy-I am Barbara's daughter with John (her third husband) I am 21 yrs of age and I know Michael's family-I have known them all my life. I really wish I knew Michael-I feel as if I already do. My sister Nancy is his step daughter and she has told me quite a few stories and good memories she had with him through the small amount of time she had with him. I feel as if I'm his step daughter too and am proud of that fact. I am proud of everything Michael accomplished in his short life. Please do not hesitate to email me if you knew Michael or have any memories that you would like to share with me to help me know this great man even better. Thank you-Amy


my mom was married to Michael

August 8, 2006

Thank you for your bravery that fateful night in Chicago 25 years ago. It is your shield number that is on every USPIS Police Officer badge shown in print and on agency letterhead. That is a great tribute to you and your courage. As a former USPIS Police Officer and U.S. Postal Inspector, I will never forget you brother. Rest in Peace.

Special Agent
United States Department of Justice

July 3, 2006

May your memory never be forgotten or your sacrifice be in vain

John Kinane - National Vice President
Emerald Society Of The Federal Law Enforcement Agencies

May 7, 2006

May your memory never be forgotten or your sacrifice be in vain

John Kinane - National Administrative Vi

May 7, 2006

May your memory never be forgotten or your sacrifice be in vain

John Kinane - National Administrative Vi

May 7, 2006

The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you; the Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace.
Numbers 6:24-26

Inspector (Ret.)/Chaplain John Elms
USPIS/Tillamook County SO

March 10, 2006

We won't let you be forgotten...rest in peace, brother


Peace Officers Memorial Foundation of CookCounty IL

January 3, 2005

rest in peace

Explorer Chris Chappell
US Park Police

July 31, 2004

Well done, well done thou good and faithful servant enter now unto the house of the Lord.

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