Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Sean A. McDonald

New York City Police Department, New York

End of Watch Tuesday, March 15, 1994

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Reflections for Police Officer Sean A. McDonald

Sean,
I remember how much you wanted to be a cop when we were stationed together at Ft Riley, Kansas. May God bless you and your family.

Deputy Walls
Richland County Sheriff Department

February 21, 2006

Rest easy brother,we will take it from here.Always remember: YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN.

Tactical Officer S.Harris #381
Cicero PD,Cicero IL. Gang Crimes Div.

September 16, 2005

Your locker is still there brother...I think of you everytime I pass it.

Police Officer
The Mighty 44...NYPD

September 15, 2005

I'LL NEVER FORGET THE NIGHT YOU LEFT US ALL. YOU WERE STANDING GUARD ON SHAKESPEARE AVE LIKE A MARINE AT GITMO. YOU WERE GREAT COP WITH A GREAT FUTURE BUT THE ANIMALS HAD OTHER PLANS FOR YOU. REST IN MY MAN AND WILL THROUGH BACK A COUPLE OF PINTS WHEN WE MEET AGAIN.

PO
NYPD RETIRED

August 22, 2005

I can't believe it's been 11 years since you left us. Rather than remember how you died I prefer to think about the last conversation we had which was about 15 minutes before tragedy struck. You were so exited about taking your son to the St. Patricks parade. You were a good Dad, a good man and a good cop. You will never be forgotten. Rest easy till we see you at the big return roll call.

P.O. Scott Welsh
NYPD

June 15, 2005

rest in peace sir your duty is over patrol the hevens\

June 12, 2005

May God continue to grant you eternal rest and bring comfort and peace to your loved ones.

Hero!

January 12, 2005

ALTHOUGH I NEVER KNEW YOU I'VE HEARD ENOUGH STORIES AROUND THE 44 TO SAY YOU ARE MISSED AND RESPECTED BY ALL. I TOUCH THE PHOTO OF YOU ON YOUR LOCKER BEFORE EVERY TOUR SO YOU WATCH OVER US YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN

POLICE OFFICER
NYPD

December 22, 2004

I along with four other officers packed in to a rmp and were the second car on the scene that fatal night.I will never forget it and I will never forget you Sean. Your locker was next to mine and every tour for ten years I was reminded of the dangers and of your sacrifice. I love you Bro. Rest In Peace.

Sgt Carlos L Maysonet
NYPD

September 2, 2004

Officer Mcdonald worked and ended his watch in the South Bronx. He was a proud member of the 44th Precinct where we still have his locker with his name on it today. Rest in peace brother.

Police Officer
NYPD

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