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Corporal James Brian Moulson

Jerome County Sheriff's Department, Idaho

End of Watch Wednesday, January 3, 2001

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Reflections for Corporal James Brian Moulson

Not a day goes by that I don't think of being at your house before Christmas of 2000. You were so proud of the plans of building your house for Amy & Derek.

I will miss the Costco meetings with you and Amy and my daughter Cailey and Derek. I miss the trips you and Bill P would take to Stanley to visit. I still have the complaint letter you and Bill left in dispatch for me.

My thoughts will be with Derek as he gets ready to graduate .

I just can't believe it is taken me this long to express how much I miss having you around.

Sgt Chris Cullen
Parma Police Dept.

April 2, 2018

Thinking of you today and 47 years ago, your birth date. Love you always MOM


August 14, 2017

I thought of you with love today, but that is nothing new. I thought about you yesterday and days before that too. I think of you in silence, I often speak your name. All I have are memories and your picture in a frame. Your memory is my keepsake, with which I'll never part. I will always have you in my heart.

Love Mom

January 4, 2017

Rest in Peace Corporal James Moulson. Thank You for your Service and Sacrifice.

I Pray for Peace for your family, Friends and Co-Workers.

I also Pray that the hounds of hell forever gnaw at the flesh of your murderer. Amen

Senior Special Agent B.L. Sherwood
Port Terminal Railroad Police Houston,TX

January 3, 2016

My Son Jim It's been 15 years now but still seem like
you left us tonight. We're all still missing you. Stay
close to us in our hearts.

Love you always

Shirley Moulson-Noble

January 3, 2016

You are a hero and will never be forgotten! May God continue to bless your family and friends.

Darlene Newton
Friend of the Story County Sheriff's Office

January 3, 2016

R.I.P brother!!! You are not forgotten. We will take it from here.

Deputy Bekir Alajbegovic
Jerome County Sheriff

January 3, 2015

Avenue of the Fallen

Standing at attention in their class “A“ uniforms, badges gleaming and shoes like glass, are your brothers and sisters of Law Enforcement. All of whom have previously paid the ultimate price.
Today, like many others, they welcome you to this wonderful place. As you march down the Avenue of the Fallen, all eyes focus on you as if to say its ok you’re with your eternal partners. A salute is followed and a tear can be seen on so many faces.
Welcome, you served well.
Now come join us in the ranks, another is coming home.

A brother law enforcement officer

Sheriff Jim Weaver (Ret.) LAPD (Ret.)
Jerome County, Idaho (Ret.)

August 6, 2013

Gone to soon...........

Mother of a Fallen Deputy

Lorraine Bond

January 3, 2013

Rest in Peace, Corporal Moulson. Your sacrifice is not forgotten.

Officer 11169

April 7, 2012

Corporal Moulson,

I started as a reserve for CDA PD, January 2001 and was hired full time 5 months later. I remember hearing about the loss of two Deputies in Idaho at that time. It was the first line of duty deaths I would reflect on as I looked at my own chosen career path.
Here I am 11 years later and I find myself hearing your name once again. This time because I have the honor of coaching a fine young man with the last name of Moulson. You should know that he is an incredible kid, he always has a smile on his face and he enjoys every minute of the game of baseball.
Thank you for your service and your dedication. You would be proud of "D" and who he has become.

Det. M. Rios

March 19, 2012

Your heroism and service is honored today, the 11th anniversary of your death. Your memory lives and you continue to inspire. Thank you for your service. My cherished son Larry Lasater was a fellow police officer murdered in the line of duty on April 24, 2005 while serving as a Pittsburg, CA police officer.

Time never diminishes respect and your memory will always be honored and revered. I pray for solace for all those who love and miss you for I know the pain and pride are forever.

Phyllis Loya
Mom of fallen California Officer Larry Lasater, Pittsburg PD, eow 4/24/05

January 3, 2012

Your mom came to my work a few weeks ago, I'd never spoke to her. She asked if I were the one that drove you home from Boise the last time. Hard to imagine it was almost 11 years.

An old Buddy

November 3, 2011

Can't believe it's been 10yrs. Seems like just yesterday. All the years are hard, but this one seems even more hard. You and Phil were two of the best and I will always treasure the memories I have of you two. I hope you know you are never forgotten.


Fromerly Jerome County Sheriff's Dept

January 3, 2011

you might be gone, but you will never be forgotten! RIP


January 4, 2010

Today is my birthday. Wish you were here. Love


October 23, 2009

Jim, working with you, there was never a dull moment. You always had a smile on your face and the stories you would tell. When you died, it hit me hard because are boys are only a month apart. Thinking back, I remember when you would bring Derek into the Sheriffs Department and show him off he would dressed in cammo just like his dad. You were so proud of that boy. If I met Derek today, I would shake his hand and tell him that his Dad was and always will be a great man. Today, I stand and click my heels and salute you for your service dedication and sacrifice.
Thanks Bryce

Former Jerome County Deputy

June 19, 2009

Hey buddy, just wanted you to know I still think of you a lot, just started to get back togather some og the KBFers and your absence is felt a great deal.


April 1, 2009

Forgive me for missing the anniversary of your E.O.W., but I felt as though I could not continue to read about so many tragedies. I now realize the visit each day to leave a word of encouragement and hope to the loved ones of others, helps me to remember that I am not alone with my pain and heartbreak. So may I say to your friends and loved ones that my thoughts and prayers are with them now and always. Continue to keep watch over them and those still out on patrol and may they know you will never be forgotten.

James Sheppard
Father of Sgt. Jason L. Sheppard EOW 12/7/06

February 25, 2009

James Brian

I miss you so much


February 24, 2009

Thinking of you on the 8th anniversary of your EOW. Thank you for your service
and the ultimate sacrifice.
Lynn Kole
Bellingham, WA


January 3, 2009

8 yrs today and you are still missed terribly. You will never be forgotten!

Former Jerome County Sheriff's Dept. Correctional Deputy

January 3, 2009

For some reason we decided to switch parishes about a year and a half ago. After being there only a couple of weeks we began to meet the other parishoners and there was one family in particular that I was drawn to and they were very open to us. Great family. I did not get to know them well but were knew each other by first name, and are even in some of the same groups. The dad is a joker and a truely wonderful, giving man. About 3 weeks ago someone said something about the man's son. The son had passed away very young and I think it may have been the son's birthday. The son was Phil. I told him who I was and he just smiled and teared up. He said what I believe to be true, things happen for a reason. For some reason people are bought together on their jouney and when their journey on earth ends, they will all celebrate together in heaven.

Later mister-


November 16, 2008

To our Heros and thier families. I was standing at the back door of Physicians Immediate Care Center, on break while I watched all the colors fly in that day. I heard about what happend to you and your partner. I stood and sobbed at the silence around me, so many, from so far, but so silent. I want to thank you Corporal James Brian Moulson and your younger comrad Anderson also. I worked in the medical field quit a few years. I took the oath of Hypocrates before I new I had to take it, did CPR with no amneo bag on site, yes first week out, before I even graduated. I have a Father whom I dont know well, but he searved most of his life, respected but never realy knew him. The reason I wanted to write this was to let you know that a young Sheriff saved my life when I was just 14 years old. I was running around with the wrong crowd and someone gave me a hit of acid,,I had no clue what it was, anyway, a Sherrif in Stanislaus County, found me sitting right next to some railroad tracks and the 9pm whistle was blowing and apparently headed straight for me, he saved my life that night, went out of his jursistiction to get me home safley. Yes, I love deputy dog, my favorite cartoon growing up!

I bowed my head in silence that day of your memorials and sobbed. Ive dedicated my life to putting others needs above my own. I know the long hours, pain, disappointments in injuctice just as well. I have two beautiful, sweet boys both adopted from Idaho. Their Father recently died from Leukhemia. I went thru a living hell before we got those boys, and my heart broke in two for you wife that day. I loved working in the medical field, we worked hard a PICC, 12 shifts, 4 on 3 off rotating, no holidays, overtime, sicktime, vacation time, never left for lunch, worked like a firehouse, payed well, but I missed the first few years with my precious sons. I will never forget that day of silence, my co worker, when I came back from wittnessing the procession, smartly said to me, "well that memorial across the street is ok, but why dont they do that for Doctors"? I said, well, I dont see many of them laying down their lives for thier friends, but the ones that are true to thier calling, should be honored in such a way. So, the drugs Sir that you stopped that night, your family may never now the impact it had on someone elses life, but when we are all dancing on the streets of Gold together, we will all know the tremendous effect one random act of kindness, love and sacrafice could have on thousands, and thousands of people. I moved from Idaho a few years back. I was born in CA, but only by mistake. I pray Lord Father, blessings upon blessings on these young men and their families, and all the lives they touched along the journey home. God Bless you all............Phyllis D. Miller

Phyllis D. Miller
former employee of PICC Twin Falls Id

November 7, 2008

Dear Son
Today would have been your 38th birthday.
I miss your hugs and laughter so much. You
will forever have a place in my heart.
You walked the thin blue line and you
walked it proudly.

Forever Love Mom

Shirley Noble

August 14, 2008

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