Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Corporal Charles William Hill

Alexandria Police Department, Virginia

End of Watch Wednesday, March 22, 1989

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Reflections for Corporal Charles William Hill

Charlie-I think of you often and not only on March 22, although that day is forever etched in my mind. You are missed and honored.

Deputy Chief Hassan Aden
Alexandria Police Department

March 23, 2012

Charlie: It is hard to believe that it has been 23 years today. I remember it as if it was yesterday. You are missed. It was an honor to know you.

Sgt. George Burnham Ret.
Alexandria Police Department

March 22, 2012

You will always live in our hearts, Charlie.

Doug Powell
Alexandria Police Department (retired)

March 22, 2012

23 years ago today, not a day goes by that I do not think of you and miss you. You will always be in my heart.

Ginny

March 22, 2012

Happy Birthday Chuck!

Ginny

February 22, 2012

30 Years ago today our first son was born. You would be so proud of him! You were such a great dad, I think you were more a kid than him sometimes :)

Ginny

January 13, 2012

Merry Christmas, Chuck!

Ginny

December 25, 2011

Used to work on your radio. You are truly missed.

n/a
Technician

November 14, 2011

You were a good man, Charlie. Look at the picture of the three of us daily. You are missed.

Rick Ellis
Friend

May 12, 2011

Thinking of you today-you are missed. I woke up with a sad heart today remembering the ultimate sacrifice you made 22 years ago.

Deputy Chief Hassan Aden
Alexandria Police Department

March 22, 2011

Never forgotten miss and love you

Anonymous

March 22, 2011

Never forgotten. Miss and love you

Anonymous

March 22, 2011

22 years ago today...........you will always be in my heart

Ginny

March 22, 2011

Hard to believe it will be 22 years tomorrow afternoon. Still seems like yesterday. R.I.P. Charlie and Andy. We miss you both.

Lt. Jamie Bartlett
Alexandria PD

March 21, 2011

When I learned about this tragedy, I just went numb. Chuck and i lived next door to each other in North Babylon, New York. I knew his parents, his sister, Dorothy,
and his girlfriend, Ginny, who would later become his wife.I watched as they fell in love with each other. I was in their wedding party in 1971. I miss you Chuck. No passage of time heals this wound.
I never met your sons, but, I know how very proud they must be of their father.
To Ginny- I want you to know that I think of your late husband and wish that
I could change the tragic events of that day. Ray Richardson

Ray Richardson
childhood friend

March 18, 2011

Happy Birthday Chuck! Amazing, it is snowing for your birthday :)

Anonymous

February 22, 2011

Never Forgotten

Anonymous

January 10, 2011

Merry Christmas Chuck! Think of you every day.

Anonymous

December 25, 2010

Charlie,
I woke up this morning and thought of you-my mind went racing back to that horrific day. Please know that all of us still think of you often and that you are not forgotten. Rest in peace my friend.

HMA
Alexandria Police Department

October 30, 2010

Happy Father's Day! You would be so proud of your sons, they are amazing.

Anonymous

June 20, 2010

You and Andy will always be remembered for your service and sacrifice. I know you are in a better place. R.I.P.

Badge # 28
Alexandria Police Department

March 25, 2010

Charlie, 21 years and we still think of you. RIP

Vinnie (retired)
APD

March 22, 2010

Charlie, we will never forget you!

CSI Brunie Cofresi-Toro
Alexandria Police

March 22, 2010

Another year has passed and you are still admired and respectfully remembered in the hearts and minds of so many. My thoughts and prayers are with your loved ones and friends on this anniversary of your EOW. You will never be forgotten.

James Sheppard
Father of Sgt. Jason L. Sheppard EOW 12/7/06

March 22, 2010

Charlie and I served on SWAT together for many years. During one training day at the Fairfax Rod and Gun Club Charlie challenged me to a lunch time contest. We were to see who could "down" the most bowling pins using only our pistols. I won and no one was more surprised than me since Charlie shot competitevly and was our Team firearms instructor. Needless to say the other Team members ribbed Charlie for the rest of the afternoon, but Charlie took it with a smile. I still think about him, especially on March 22. He is missed. Ken Howard

Captain Ken Howard (Ret.)
Alexandria Police - Coworker

October 6, 2009

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