Those of us who remain, your family, friends, FBI associates and law-enforcement across the country know that you are looking over us as another year passes.
Many of us believe that you are still the same strong, dedicated, committed and quintessential police officer, then FBI Agent, that you were in 1975.
It comforts us to keep that memory alive, especially those who knew you personally, that you are ageless and possess an omniscient awareness. As a devoted family man you are no doubt proud to watch over your family and grandchildren.
Today is January 12, 2020, the day you would have turned seventy-three and incredibly four and a half decades since that devastating day on Pine Ridge.
We are grateful to have a guardian angel, a brother in arms, as those in Blue face grave challenges from a growing segment of society that has little respect for those who willingly place themselves in harms way to protect, serve and enforce the laws of this nation.
As you undoubtedly know, you, Ron and all the FBI Service Martyrs are honored every year with a memorial service. And as an ongoing reminder to all FBI employees and visitors, each office displays the names and photos of those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. You and Ron are also memorialized in a moving film produced by the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozhEumzwgKA
Your bravery, dedication and legacy will never be forgotten.
Jack, please continue to look after us and keep those willing to serve from harms way.
“In the Spirit…