Rahamy was a great person and will always be remembered. He will be greatly missed and is still greatly loved. My heart goes out ot his son, his family, and the Fannin County Sheriff Department.
I was one of the lucky ones that knew Rahamy on a personal level. He was a great father and friend. There was no problem too big for him. He had a great head on his shoulders and made decisions based on facts. He was softspoken,a great councelor, he always put his son first. He always had something funny to say. He had a wonderful sense of humor, although sometimes not good for mixed company, he never let his toungue slip at the wrong time. He touched many many lives. He saved many lives, mine included.
He is my personal Hero, I love and miss him. It is still like a dream, I keep expecting an e-mail from on myspace.
His first and formost were his son Kiefer, his closed and long time friend Sondra, and his career. He loved big and he loved hard. My prayers w/ his friends and family and his department.
I will miss him always and think of him often. He is not easily forgetable.
-Melissa Stapleton Hawkins
I am a security officer and it is very sad when a police officer is lost in the line of duty. I am so very sorry for the family of the officer.
It saddens me each time I hear of another Law Enforcement Officer leaving our midst. As a veteran of over 30 yrs. of service, it leaves a void in our lives. I personally retired from service just last Sept. During my tenure I served with the sheriffs department in Grayson Co. and Howe Police Department as a full time officer and with Pottsboro and Tom Bean as a reserve officer. Although I did not personally know the deputy, I still feel the loose of what I know was a devoted individual to the service. My prayers go out to the family and close friends of Deputy Mitchell. I know his services as a individual and a law enforcement officer will be greatly missed.
-Thomas Mrozinski, Sherman