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BadgeRay L. Eakin (Michael) (Deputy Constable)
Harris County Constable Pct. 1 Houston, Texas
By Family and Friends
By Kenny Martin (Sgt Houston Police), Houston, TX USA
Ray was on duty and shot and killed for no other reason; than the boy didn't want to go back to jail. He recieved the death penalty and was 17 years old. He will die by lethal injection. I watched the Mother of Ray at the trial and what a strong loving person she is. I wrote this poem for her and would like to share it.

Mom I looked down on you today;and you made me so proud to say. That's My Mom. The compassion you could show when home to me you could'nt go;and as I had to watch your tears flow;I want you to know I have asked God when it's your turn to come home;Please let me greet you with open arm"s. Because I want to show all above ;all the Love my Mother has Because I'am so proud to call you MOM----

Rest In God's Arm's Ray
From all the family and friend's

** UPDATE **

Mike was taken home at 25 years old. He was a proud member of Peace Officers for Christ here in Texas. He wore his pin on his uniform all of the time. As a matter of fact, the scene photographs show his POFC pin clearly. His life serves as a example to all offices that God not only calls retired officers home, but He calls young rookies home also. PLEASE, if you are out there and don't know Christ as your personal savior, or you feel empty or have a void in your life, don't let this day end without seeking how to fill that void, and come to know YOU SAVIOR PERSONALLY!




BadgeGeorge Ehle (Sergeant)
Rochester, NY Police Department
By Posted By Win Lewis, retired C.I.D./CAU, Captain Lori Strem
Sgt. Ehle, you are missed. A 35 + year Veteran of the Rochester, NY Police Department. One of the most Honored Members. This memorial is from Captain Lori Strem, Major Investigations Commander and from Winford Lewis "Win", retired RPD, both under your Command in Geneses Section 3. I also in The Criminal Investigation Division's Crime Analysis Unit. In 15 minutes you could gather an Officer's life story. The Interrogation skills, proved to assist all under your Command.

The "Father" of Genesee Section, you taught, you Patrolled, You taught us a Career. Personally, you were like a Surrogate Father, after retirement, even as we went to the same Church, I could not find it easy to call you anything but Seargent. Thank you from both Captain Strem and from me. You will not be forgotten. Also Thank You from the Citizens of Rochester, You showed Respect and earned it in return. God Bless You.




BadgeCory R. Elson (Trooper)
Indiana State Police
By J. Wall, Bloomington, IN USA
By Kerry Schultz, Decatur, IN USA
By Rick L. Miller, Bloomington, IN USA
By J. Wall,
Didn't know Cory real well but feel for families of fallen officers.

By Kerry Schultz,
I didn't know Cory, but he was killed in my town. He was only 2 blocks from my home. I wish the family all the prayers and wishes. I am sorry that this happened in our town. He was brave and will never be forgot.

By Rick L. Miller,
Trooper Cory R. Elson
Hometown: Brownsburg, IN
Appointed: December 13,1998
District: Fort Wayne
September 22,1972-April 3,1999
While on patrol in Adams County, Trooper Elson stopped a pickup truck on US 27 in the city of Decatur. As Trooper Elson exited his patrol car, the driver of the truck opened fire with an automatic assault rifle. Trooper Elson was pronounced dead at the scene. My prayers go out to the Elson family.




Badge Dennie Quay Enevold (Officer)
Hendersonville Police Department NC
By Angela McMinn, Hendersonville, NC
Dennie went out on patrol and pulled over a suspicious car, a scuffle ensued in which the killer got Denny's gun. The evidence shows that Denny was on the ground unarmed when he was shot. Denny left a wife of only 9 months behind. Denny your service and bravery will never be forgotten.



BadgeMichael Everette Etchinson (Lieutenant)
Monroe Police Department
By Inv Steve Conwell, Monroe, GA USA
Loving father, devoted husband, deacon of his church. Lt. Etchinson died in the line of duty October 1977 after a high speed chase and exchange of gunfire with a crazed man who had shot two other Police Officers that day. "I came, I stayed, I worked. I lived with a hearts strong will". This dedication is found on a plaque in the front lobby of our police station. Those who give so much should NEVER be forgotten.



BadgeMatthew Scott Evans (Patrolman)
Oklahoma Highway Patrol
By K J, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Aug. 31 2000 They were going on to different call Jeff (Oklahoma City Police) was chasing a supcect and Matt (Oklahoma Highway Patrol) was going to a call; they hit head on. We are going to miss the both of them.



Badge David Ezernack (Officer)
Alexandria Police Dept.
By Anonymous
Killed in the line of duty 2- 20-2003, he was ambushed while serving a search warrant (along with Officer Jay Carruth). These guys only get paid 9.00 an hour, they risked their life to protect our city. They were shot with a AK 47, the vest could'nt save our men.



"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called sons of God." Matthew 5:9

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