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Officer Jason E. Gresko Officer Jason E. Gresko
February 2, 1980 - September 21, 2012

On Friday, September 21, 2012 at 9:35 PM, Willoughby Police Officer Jason E. Gresko was killed in a motor vehicle accident on Harmony Lane in Willoughby, Ohio. Officer Gresko was responding to assist another officer with a disruptive patient at Lake West Hospital. While enroute to the hospital, his police car collided with a pickup truck turning left into a driveway, which had failed to yield the right of way to the oncoming police car. After dash cam review it was determined he swerved to avoid the truck, knowingly putting himself in harm’s way to protect the four citizens in the truck. The force of the collision spun the patrol vehicle around and it slammed into a tree. He was transported to Lake West Medical Center where he succumbed to his injuries. The members of the other vehicle were uninjured.

Jason Gresko served as a part-time officer with the Willoughby Police Department for almost 10 years. He also was as a full-time police officer with Cleveland Clinic Police Department for the past 6 years. Before that, he served the Timberlake Police Department as an officer for one year. He was an active member of the Willoughby and Cleveland Clinic honor guards. He was a member of the Crisis Intervention Response Team (SWAT). In addition, Jason was a member of the Western Lake County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 116. Jason was also a CPR instructor and field training officer. He was popular and well respected by his peers and was named the “Officer of the Year” in 2009 by the Willoughby Police Department.

Jason loved the work he did. He enjoyed helping the citizens he severed. His smile and laughter was infectious around the police station. They only thing he loved more then the job was, as he called them, “his two girls”. The only thing that made him smile more then the goodness he did for the communities he served was that after every shift he knew he was heading home to Sandra and Olivia. He is survived by his wife Sandra Mae and 2 year old daughter Olivia Mae.

On Thursday, September 27, 2012 over 1,000 fellow officers from throughout Ohio and surrounding states joined in support of his family, friends and coworkers to render Jason a full honors funeral. A memorial service was held at Monreal Funeral Home in Eastlake. A procession of over 350 police vehicles and family cars escorted him to his final rest at All Souls Cemetery in Chardon.


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