Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Patrolman Harold J. King

New York City Police Department, New York

End of Watch Friday, August 22, 1941

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Reflections for Patrolman Harold J. King

May you rest in Peace my brother.

N.Y.PD. Lt.(ret.) Ray Flores
Retired

August 22, 2016

Never forgotten. Rest in peace.

Lieutenant Thomas Barnes
NYPD

October 9, 2015

To fully appreciate the heroes of the present, we must recognize our heroes of the past. Your heroism and service is honored today, the 72nd anniversary year of your death. I am priviliged to be among the first to leave a tribute to you. Your memory lives and you continue to inspire. Thank you for your service. My cherished son Larry Lasater was a fellow police officer who was murdered in the line of duty on April 24, 2005 while serving as a Pittsburg, CA police officer.

Time never diminishes respect. Your memory will always be honored and revered. Rest In Peace.

Phyllis Lasater Loya
mom of fallen Pittsburg Officer Larry Lasater, eow 4/24/05

March 25, 2013

I said a little prayer today for Patrolman King and his family. He may be gone but never forgotten. He will always be a New York HERO.

Robyn Wilkes

August 19, 2009

I never knew who you were until my Uncle James Bausch, your first cousin wrote about you in his new book, "Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right". I will honor you as I have all the reset of my family members that have put on the Blue uniform and put their life on the line everyday. My Grandfather Sgt. Eddy L. Ratigan, Patrolman, Michael Rath, Patrolman, James Cassano and his son Sgt. Michael Cassano. May you rest in Pease, Amen.

Ronald E. (Bausch) Ratigan
Second Cousin

October 21, 2006

You lived and died as a hero and you will not be forgotten. Rest in peace Patrolman King.

A citizen

May 24, 2006

Harold, I am honored to be the first to leave you a reflection of honor. I am equally embarrassed that you have not been left one previously. You are a warrior . . you fought bravely in your last battle. I will not allow your memory to be reduced to a fading photograph in a dark and forgotten storage room. We must remember. With brotherly love and utmost respect, Jim Crotty (Former Richmond, VA Police Officer.)

Jim Crotty, Special Agent (Ret.) ATF
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms

October 29, 2004

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