Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Officer Mark Andrew White

Roseville Police Department, California

End of Watch Friday, February 10, 1995

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Reflections for Officer Mark Andrew White

Mark, I will never forget you, that smile, that enthusiasm. You will be forever missed!!

Robert Wisniewski
Family Friend Retired California Highway Patrol

February 21, 2018

Rest In Peace Brother in Blue. Thank you and your family for your sacrifice and service.

Officer Mike Robinson (Ret)
Upland Police Dept. CA

February 10, 2018

Mark White, and the sacrifice he made, will never be forgotten. Mark, his family, and all fallen officers are remembered in my prayers. And may the Lord keep watch on all law enforcement personnel across our nation.

DJS
CA Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training

February 10, 2017

Liz, your reflection is heart felt. I remember you two in high school - sweethearts - today and tomorrow.

Donna Salado (Celeste Ramos-Salado)
high school commorade

February 15, 2015

20 years ago you were taken from us. This year was especially hard, so many more emotions were stirred up. I will continue to fight for you, your memory and your/our justice until the day I die.

I think about you every single day, sometimes with a smile and other times it's with a heavy heart because it's just one more thing you have missed. I know you're up there looking down, watching our kids become two amazing adults.

Please continue to be our Guarding Angel, watch over the kids and please continue to be Randy's silent partner and keep him safe out there. I believe you brought him into my life, because he truly is my rock!!

I love you... I miss you...

Your Wife,
Liz

February 11, 2015

Officer White, your memory lives on. I am lucky enough to be personal friends with you wife and children. They are great. You are an every day part of their life, and I can assure you that your daughter is your spitting image. What a tragedy your death was, but your family is healthy and happy. Randy is doing a great job with them and loves all of them so much. They are in good hands. Rest in peace sir.

KPH

February 10, 2015

You came into Central Stores the week before to get some notebooks and pens; you were going to walk the creek. I remember laughing my rear off over the conversation. I also remember the funeral. I will never forget it. Doesn't seem like it was 20 years ago. I am so sorry. I know that you are still here and observing your friends and family. I also know that you are there to help other officers cross over. Thank you Mark for your service then and now.

Vicky Carson
Former City of Roseville employee

January 30, 2015

You have not been forgotten.

Some of your friends, neighbors, and fellow Peace Officers gathered this weekend (for some "choir practice") and we reminisced about you. You are missed by all who knew you. Rest in peace.

AF

January 26, 2015

Cannot believe it has been almost 20 years; yet the memory of Mark is just as real and vivid as the last time we saw you. You made us laugh Mark and then we cried...but in light of all the hostility today with protests against police, we would like all officers to know that we stand firmly behind you and know the sacrifice you make every day you put on the uniform. And Mark, you could receive no higher honor than this; one who is willing to lay down his life for others. It may be 20 years, but for us, it's as if we just had a conversation yesterday. You had a larger than life personality and you and Liz always made us laugh..thanks for the forever memories!! We think of you often. And to Liz, Matt and Whitney, he may be gone physically but never ever forgotten! What a great legacy he has left for you. Until we meet again, Curt and Terri Waters, Brianna, Amy, Ashley and Lyric. In our prayers always.....

Terri Waters
Friend, neighbor, coworker (with Liz)

January 20, 2015

Mark, you are missed every day. I had known you since jr High School, your wife since the same. You were an amazing man, amazing officer, and you were highly respected. I think of you all the time, and know, we will meet again someday.... until then, watch over us all :)
Ricki

Daughter of retired police chief
High school friend

January 3, 2015

Another year has gone by without you.

19 years since you left us. I still get that heavy dreadful feeling this time of year especially on the 10th. Not a day goes by that I don't think about you.

Our kids are all grown up, you've missed so much... Though I know in my heart you watch over us. If only I could talk to you JUST one more time.

Please continue to watch over Matthew, he has grown into such a wonderful young man and Whitney, especially with her so far away. Can you believe? Our daughter going to college on the East Coast. I know you would be so proud of them both.

Until we reunite again.... My Highschool Sweetheart, My First Love, My Husband, My Best Friend, I love you and miss you so much.

Liz
Your Wife

February 13, 2014

I read these reflections, Officer White and they are all very tragic, how an officer can be shot by accident by one of their own why doing their job even in street clothes. Police officers from the same department should recognize their own, I guess the stress and in the heat of the battle these brave men and women still perform a profession in which the utmost care should be exercised. Rest in peace, your courage won't be forgotten. One officer even asked his colleague to shoot him so he could feel what it was like. He died from a gunshot to the back, his friend thought he had a blank in his weapon. Very tragic!

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

February 10, 2014

Mark, It has been 21 years since you started with the Roseville Police Department. You were a new officer and I was a newly promoted sergeant. I would give anything to have one last graveyard meal at Carrows with you and Bruce Brzyscz. You were only with us a short time but I will never forget you. Your smile will forever be imprinted on my mind.

Dave Halley
Roseville PD (Ret.)

March 8, 2013

Mark,

I still wish you would have listened to me and come south, Between you, Kevin and I, that would have been a hell of a shift. Always remember, Never forget.....keep watch

John Storm, Deputy Sheriff II-Ret.
Former Brother In-Law, Imperial County Sheriff's Office

February 9, 2013

Like Danny said, you are not forgotten. I speak of you when my kids ask about police officers. My kids are pretty young because I started later than you. I tell them of a good friend who was an officer that was killed by a mad man as he tried to protect those around him. I found this site and I can see the love Liz has. I moved out of state in '93 and I still remember the call my parents made to me with the news. I was in school and could not make it down for the service but I thought about the good times at T.B and in high school and you helping me move to Chico with your black truck and many others. God bless you, Liz and your children

Robert "Roddy"
old friend

October 2, 2012

You are not forgotten old freind.
From grammer school thru high shcool and with you working at Yuba City police department and myself with Sutter County sheriffs office.
The times we would workout at the gym with Art and then spending time with you and Liz, you where great together very helpful and giving. At the time of your death their was so many poeple at the service it is hard to put into words.
You are not forgotten.

Danny
Old freind

May 16, 2012

I recently attended training at your agency. While there I was able to see a memorial to you. I already had knowledge of your's and your families sacrafice. The sacrafice you made that day, putting others before you and your family.

Your actions and dedication are commended and will always be remembered. Thank you for your service and thank you to your family for sharing you with the badge.

EDSO Deputy

March 16, 2012

I have to share something our 16yo daughter (the daughter you never met) wrote today on this 17th anniversary of your death....

Today is the 17th year my dad has been dead. He died in the line of duty. He did what only a short few would do, which is putting his life in danger for others. He did what he loved and died for it. So next time u want to get mad at the police for something, think about it. Think about the kids, like me, who lost a father for trying to protect u. So thank you to my dad in heaven and my dad here on earth because U r the short few who would put ur life in danger for others.

Your Wife Liz

February 10, 2012

Your heroism and service is honored today, the 17th 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.

Time never dimishes respect and your memory will always be honored and revered. Your family is in my heart's embrace today. I pray for solace for all those that love and remember you for I know both the pain and pride are forever. Liz, thank you for sharing your devotion to your beloved husband. I hope to one day meet you and your family at a NORCAL COPS function.

Rest In Peace

Phyllis Loya
Mom of fallen California Officer Larry Lasater, Pittsburg PD, eow 4/24/05

February 10, 2012

Rest in Peace, Officer White. Your sacrifice is not forgotten.

Officer 11169

January 19, 2012

Mark and Liz were my next door neighbors and Liz and I worked together for the same doctor's office. After my divorce, I was a single mother of three and I could always count on Mark to come over and kill a bug, check out a strange noise, or anything else that I could not handle. My daughters adored him, and Liz was always there to make me laugh. Mark had a larger than life personality and it still does not feel
though he is gone, he is one of those people that you meet in life and never forget. I remember the day he died, he called our office right before he wa getting to leave, gave me one of his funny insults and asked to speak to Liz, and I will always remember her last words to him, "I love you". They ended every conversation this way, and a few minutes later he was gone. They were truly a forever couple. But I'll always remember my neighbors who could make me laugh and were always there to help out a struggling mom. God bless you Liz, Matt,Whitney, and of course, Mark, a beautiful family I will always hold dear. We will never forget the future mayor of Roseville, and all the great memories. See you in heaven, Love Terri and Curt Waters and Brianna, Amy, and Ashley.

Terri Waters, neighbor and friend
Neighbor and friend

December 31, 2011

I miss you, I miss you, I miss you!!!

So much time has gone by, but yet the pain remains. As I've said before.... time does NOT heal all pain, time just makes it more bearable.

Wish you were here.

I love you more than words can say.

Your Wife,
Liz

Liz White - Dibb
Wife

October 21, 2011

Mark, God i miss you think of you everyday. love Ed

Ed
nephew

September 1, 2011

My God Mark, another year has passed. You've been in heaven for 16 years now. I was told time will heal my pain, not true. I think about you everyday, I miss you everyday and I wonder how our lives would be if you were still here.

Please continue to watch over our kids. Matthew is 20 now and Whitney is 15, if only you could be here to see how awesome they are.

I love you!!
Your Wife, Liz

Liz
Wife

February 16, 2011

Mark,

Your memory will forever live on in our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with Liz, Matthew and Whitney.

Sgt. Bud Herring
Roseville PD (retired)

February 10, 2011

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