Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Patrolman John G. Hough

Ohio State Highway Patrol, Ohio

End of Watch Tuesday, December 3, 1940

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Reflections for Patrolman John G. Hough

Try to drive by your stone every shift and pay my respects. My son now shares your patch as well and I hope you look out for him as he patrols.

Police Officer Nathan Nolte
Versailles Police Department

December 14, 2018

NEVER FORGET! On behalf of the Westerville, Ohio Division of Police, we honor the dedicated service and ultimate sacrifice of Patrolman John G. Hough of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Ohio and the additional 62 American Peace Officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice on this date in history.

Chief Joe Morbitzer
Westerville, Ohio Division of Police

December 3, 2018

NEVER FORGET! On behalf of the Westerville, Ohio Division of Police, we honor the dedicated service and ultimate sacrifice of Patrolman John G. Hough of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Ohio and the additional 62 American Peace Officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice on this date in history.

Chief Joe Morbitzer
Westerville, Ohio Division of Police

December 3, 2017

Your heroism and service is honored today, the seventy-first 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.

Rest In Peace

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

December 3, 2011

You are remembered today and thank you Sir for your service

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

December 3, 2007

I attended the Ohio State Highway Patrol's memorial service for the first time this past May and was moved by the dedication the Patrol has for remembering it's fallen officers. I was also greatly moved by the number of family members who come back year after year to honor their loved ones...some who have died over 50 years ago.

My boyfriend is a trooper with the Ohio State Highway Patrol. I have always been proud of his job and his affiliation with the Patrol, but am even more so after attending the service. People always use the "words" "you will never be forgotten. The family of OSHP live by those words.

Becky Muncy, widow of Sgt. Marc Muncy
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Franklin County

September 21, 2007

You did not die in vain and you shall not be forgotten. God speed.

Student
future leo

January 15, 2007

Just a note to let you know that you are not forgotten. A short time ago, a memorial picture was created in your honor and it is now proudly displayed in the Portsmouth Post entry area. As a supervisor, I wanted my guys to understand the sacrifice you made while working the same roads that they worked everynight. I also wanted them to know that you were watching out over them. Patrolman Hough, Thank you for all that you did and for the sacrifice you made. Godspeed.

Sgt. C.R. Smith U826
OSHP

Sgt. C.R. Smith U826
OSHP

November 8, 2006

02/27/04

Each day I read the ODMP. Today I read the story of your death. Every officer who gave his/her life for us need never be forgotton. Rest in peace, sir.

Captain Robert W Cannon, Ret.
Vermilion Co, Il. Sheriff's Dept.

February 27, 2004

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