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OBITUARY Border Patrol Agent Eduardo Rojas U.S. Customs and Border Patrol FLEOA regrets to announce the line of duty death of BP Agent Eduardo Rojas on May 12, 2011. He was 35 years old at the time of his death. BP Agent Rojas and BP Agent Hector Clark were killed when their vehicle was struck by a train while attempting to apprehend a group of illegal immigrants. Agent Rojas had served with the United States Border Patrol for 11 years. He is survived by his wife and two children. Border Patrol Agent Hector Clark U.S. Customs and Border Patrol FLEOA regrets to announce the line of duty death of BP Agent Hector Clark on May 12, 2011. He was 39 years old at the time of his death. BP Agent Hector Clark and BP Agent Rojas were killed when their vehicle was struck by a train while attempting to apprehend a group of illegal immigrants. Agent Clark had served with the United States Border Patrol for 10 years. He is survived by his wife and two children. Special Agent Nick Green (Ret.) DSS FLEOA regrets to announce the death of Retired Special Agent Nick Green on February 7, 2011. He was 76 years old at the time of his death. SA Green began his service to his country as a Green Beret in the U.S. Special Forces. After retiring from the military, SA Green continued to serve his country as a special agent with the U.S. Department of State. While working for DSS he earned the Award of Valor for extraordinary professional competence, personal courage, and attention to detail under extremely adverse conditions. He is the author of “Ripples: One Man's Journey from the Barracks to the Embassy,” that chronicles his two distinguished careers for the government spanning more than 30 years. SA Green is survived by his wife of 30 years, Jennifer, and his four children. AIA James “Rob” Moorehead (Ret.) U.S. Customs Service FLEOA deeply regrets the tragic loss of AIA Robert Moorhead (Ret.), on April 19, 2011. Rob was tragically killed by an automobile while training for the 700 mile ride bike with Law Enforcement United from FLETC to Virginia. He was 57 years old at the time of his death. Rob served 26 years of active and reserve duty in the U.S. Marine Corp primarily as a rotor-wing pilot. He served overseas in Desert Storm and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel. He began his twenty year career with the legacy U.S. Customs Service as a pilot in July 1987, stationed at the New Orleans Air and Marine Branch. He served his entire career in New Orleans, LA. Rob was an active FLEOA member serving as both a chapter officer and Agency President. He was a member the Celtic Society of Louisiana, the Choctaw Detachment of the Marine Corps League and was the first bagpiper for the CBP Pipes and drums. He is survived by his wife Julie, four adopted children and one foster child. DUSM John Perry US Marshal Service FLEOA regrets to announce the line of duty death of Deputy U.S. Marshal John Brookman Perry, on March 8, 2011, from gunshot wounds received while serving an arrest warrant. He was 48 year old at the DUSM Perry began his law enforcement career with the Madison County Probation Office, where he worked for 16 years. In 2005, he was assigned to the the U.S. Marshals Eastern District of Missouri in St. Louis where he served as a team leader on the fugitive task force and was the district’s firearms instructor. Deputy Perry is survived by his mother Pamela Roberts; brother Bartley Perry; sister Meredith Neill; daughters Laura Perry and Brooke McQuay; son Sam Perry; and fiancé Pam Robtoy. Ronald Gregory "Greg" Aspinwall FDA, Office of Criminal Investigations, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Miami Field Office FLEOA regrets to announce the death of FDA-OIG ASAC Ronald Gregory "Greg" Aspinwall on May 15, 2011. ASAC Aspinwall was killed in a motorcycle accident. He was 45 years old at the time of his death. ASAC Aspinwall began his career with the FDA in 1991 as a Consumer Safety Officer in the Los Angeles District. In 1993, he became one of the original special agents in the FDA Office of Criminal Investigations at its inception where he was initially assigned to the Chicago Field Office. Several years later, he transferred to the Atlanta Field Office. In 2002, Greg was promoted to the Assistant Special Agent in Charge in the Miami Field Office. He is survived by his wife Colleen Johnson Aspinwall, children Gregory Jr.and Janie and his mother Rosemary (Fletcher) Stevenson. 1 811 SUMMER 2011 -32

Obituary

Border Patrol Agent Eduardo Rojas

U. S. Customs and Border Patrol FLEOA regrets to announce the line of duty death of BP Agent Eduardo Rojas on May 12, 2011. He was 35 years old at the time of his death. BP Agent Rojas and BP Agent Hector Clark were killed when their vehicle was struck by a train while attempting to apprehend a group of illegal immigrants. Agent Rojas had served with the United States Border Patrol for 11 years. He is survived by his wife and two children.

Border Patrol Agent Hector Clark

U. S. Customs and Border Patrol FLEOA regrets to announce the line of duty death of BP Agent Hector Clark on May 12, 2011. He was 39 years old at the time of his death. BP Agent Hector Clark and BP Agent Rojas were killed when their vehicle was struck by a train while attempting to apprehend a group of illegal immigrants. Agent Clark had served with the United States Border Patrol for 10 years. He is survived by his wife and two children.

Special Agent Nick Green (Ret.)

DSS FLEOA regrets to announce the death of Retired Special Agent Nick Green on February 7, 2011. He was 76 years old at the time of his death. SA Green began his service to his country as a Green Beret in the U.S. Special Forces. After retiring from the military, SA Green continued to serve his country as a special agent with the U.S. Department of State. While working for DSS he earned the Award of Valor for extraordinary professional competence, personal courage, and attention to detail under extremely adverse conditions. He is the author of “Ripples: One Man's Journey from the Barracks to the Embassy,” that chronicles his two distinguished careers for the government spanning more than 30 years. SA Green is survived by his wife of 30 years, Jennifer, and his four children.

AIA James “Rob” Moorehead (Ret.)

U. S. Customs Service FLEOA deeply regrets the tragic loss of AIA Robert Moorhead (Ret.), on April 19, 2011. Rob was tragically killed by an automobile while training for the 700 mile ride bike with Law Enforcement United from FLETC to Virginia. He was 57 years old at the time of his death. Rob served 26 years of active and reserve duty in the U.S. Marine Corp primarily as a rotor-wing pilot. He served overseas in Desert Storm and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel. He began his twenty year career with the legacy U.S. Customs Service as a pilot in July 1987, stationed at the New Orleans Air and Marine Branch. He served his entire career in New Orleans, LA. Rob was an active FLEOA member serving as both a chapter officer and Agency President. He was a member the Celtic Society of Louisiana, the Choctaw Detachment of the Marine Corps League and was the first bagpiper for the CBP Pipes and drums. He is survived by his wife Julie, four adopted children and one foster child.

DUSM John Perry

US Marshal Service FLEOA regrets to announce the line of duty death of Deputy U.S. Marshal John Brookman Perry, on March 8, 2011, from gunshot wounds received while serving an arrest warrant. He was 48 year old at the DUSM Perry began his law enforcement career with the Madison County Probation Office, where he worked for 16 years. In 2005, he was assigned to the the U.S. Marshals Eastern District of Missouri in St. Louis where he served as a team leader on the fugitive task force and was the district’s firearms instructor. Deputy Perry is survived by his mother Pamela Roberts; brother Bartley Perry; sister Meredith Neill; daughters Laura Perry and Brooke McQuay; son Sam Perry; and fiancé Pam Robtoy.

Ronald Gregory "Greg" Aspinwall

FDA, Office of Criminal Investigations, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Miami Field Office FLEOA regrets to announce the death of FDA-OIG ASAC Ronald Gregory "Greg" Aspinwall on May 15, 2011. ASAC Aspinwall was killed in a motorcycle accident. He was 45 years old at the time of his death. ASAC Aspinwall began his career with the FDA in 1991 as a Consumer Safety Officer in the Los Angeles District. In 1993, he became one of the original special agents in the FDA Office of Criminal Investigations at its inception where he was initially assigned to the Chicago Field Office. Several years later, he transferred to the Atlanta Field Office. In 2002, Greg was promoted to the Assistant Special Agent in Charge in the Miami Field Office. He is survived by his wife Colleen Johnson Aspinwall, children Gregory Jr.and Janie and his mother Rosemary (Fletcher) Stevenson.

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