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Constable William Mull

St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, Missouri

End of Watch Thursday, April 28, 1836

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Reflections for Constable William Mull

Constable Mull,
On today, the 179th anniversary of your death I would just like to say thank you to you and your fellow fallen officer for your service and sacrifice for the citizens of St. Louis.

R.I.P.
USBP

Anonymous
United States Border Patrol

April 28, 2015

You are not forgotten by your Brothers and Sisters of the SLMPD. Rest in Peace Brother.

Sgt. SG
St. Louis Metropolitan Police

April 29, 2012

As one who gave 50 years of his life for defense of Home & Country, I can relate to any loss of life. I was a Paratrooper in the U.S. Army, State Trooper 15 years, and a Soldier 30 years, last 22 years as a Registered Nurse in the Army Reserve. Served in the Korea Era, and Operation Desert Shield/Storm. I have seen too much needless loss of life. My Great Grand Uncle John M. Wimer was one of the first Constables of St. Louis, and probably knew Constable Mull. John M. Wimer continued in public service for 30 years in St. Louis, as City Alterman, Head of the Water works, given the highest honor of the gift of the people of St. Louis, when he was elected Mayor of the City, in 1843. He appointed the first police chief, then known as the Captain od the Guards. He was then appointed Post-Master of the City by President Polk for 4 years, then mayor of the city again in 1857, when he astablished the professional fire department the second in the country,and appointed its first fire chief. He was Shierff twice and county judge. when the Civil War started he was one of the most outspoken about the way the Federal Troops were mistreating the people of St. Louis. he was imprisoned for his efforts. He excaped Alton State Prison and joined the Missouri State Guards and was killed in the line of duty, in Hartville, Missouri. When his body was returned to St. Louis, Provost Marshal, Dick, took his body from the family and wouldn't let them have a christian burial for him. My heart goes out for any Policeman, Fireman or Soldier killed in the line of duty.

Tpr. Clement J. Piotrowski, Cpt. U.S.A.
Illinois State Police (Ret) U.S. Army (Ret).

October 24, 2011

Your heroism and service is honored today, the 173rd 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 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 Loya

Phyllis Loya
mother of fallen officer Larry Lasater

April 29, 2009

YOU ARE REMEMBERED TODAY AND THANK YOU SIR FOR YOUR SERVICE

Pat Van Den Berghe
MANCHESTER, NH

April 29, 2008

Constable Mull,
Thank You for your service and sacrifice. You will never be forgotten... Rest in Peace Sir..

Joyce
Sister of Officer John P Harris EOW 8/19/1994

April 5, 2008

May you always rest in peace and watch over your law enforcement brethren from above.

Cpl/1 Steven Rizzo
Delaware State Police

April 28, 2007

--"If you find it in your heart to care for somebody else, you will have succeeded." -- Maya Angelou

Aloha Constable William Mull,
Thank you for your service and dedication to your community and your country. You and all officers that continue to lay your lives on the line and pay the ultimate sacrifice to keep our communities and country safe, will NEVER be forgotten.

I personally pledge, (after one of Hawaii's own, Honolulu Police Officer Steve Favela, lost his life in the line of duty protecting our Commander in Chief, President George W. Bush), to become a continuum; a keeper of the ODMP light. That light is in the form of an ODMP tribute. People from all walks of life, regardless of age, race, religion, profession, education, and geographical location can share here.

This "LIGHT" comes from within the heart and soul of every person who cares to share a word or two on behalf of each and every fallen officer. Every fallen officer is a hero. The ODMP; Officer Down Memorial Page gives us a place to come together and share our feelings as one family. May we find solace as we give solace to the families who have lost a loved one.

Constable William Mull, God Bless you. You are a hero. As we say in Hawaii, “You are`Ohana.” “You are Family.” No one will ever be able to replace you for you were unique and very special. No one; not in this lifetime. May God allow you to rest in His Divine peace. I wish you, your loved ones, and your fellow officers, peace and love beyond all understanding. I honor you today. You HAVE NOT been forgotten.

** May this Hawaiian prayer give all those who read it comfort. **

THE PEACE OF " I "
KA MALUHIA O KA "I"

Peace be with you, All My Peace,
O ka Maluhia no me oe, Ku'u Maluhia a pau loa,

The Peace that is " I ", the Peace that is "I am".
Ka Maluhia o ka "I", owau no ka Maluhia,

The Peace for always, now and forever and evermore.
Ka Maluhia no na wa a pau, no ke'ia wa a mau a mau loa aku.

My Peace " I " give to you, My Peace " I " leave with you,
Ha'awi aku wau I ku'u Maluhia ia oe, waiho aku wau I ku'u Maluhia me oe,

Not the world's Peace, but, only My Peace,
The Peace of " I ".

A'ole ka Maluhia o ke ao aka, ka'u Maluhia wale no,
Ka Maluhia o ka "I".

Moana V.C. Molale Private Citizen-Hawaii
Kahu La`a Kea (Keeper of the Sacred Light)

January 21, 2007

Rest in Peace Brother. May God Bless you and your family.

Patrolman

June 7, 2006

Constable Mull,

You are not forgotten by the men and women of the St. Louis City Police Department. God bless you and keep you always.

Doug Eatherton
St. Louis City Police

April 28, 2006

Rest in peace Brother Wiliam, you are a true hero and will never be forgotten.

Son of G. Truman Wortham EOW 7/15/73

Anonymous

April 28, 2004

Rest in Peace my brother. Jim Crotty (Former Richmond, VA Police Officer).

Special Agent Jim Crotty
ATF (Retired)

April 1, 2004

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