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Patrolman Jerry Alan Jones | Charleston Police Department, West Virginia Charleston Police Department, West Virginia

Patrolman

Jerry Alan Jones

Charleston Police Department, West Virginia

End of Watch: Sunday, September 13, 2009
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Reflections for Patrolman Jerry Alan Jones

 

My heart goes out to the family of this officer. Stay strong and be there for one another.

Bridget Risner Widow of Josh Risner
Ohio State Highway Patrol
October 6, 2009

SEMPER FI, MARINE! Thank you for all that you did, both here in WV and in the Corps. As it is written, "All Gave Some, Some Gave All!"

Addison Miller, HMC(FMF)/Ret
Fleet Marines
October 6, 2009

Devil Dawg:

May Your Soul Rest - In - Peace.

Michael B. Parlor
October 4, 2009

Thank you for your service Sir.

Captain Kent Myers
Stanly County Sheriff's Office. NC
October 4, 2009

Patrolman Jones,
Sir, I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice-not just for your community, but for our Country as well when you served with the USMC in Afghanistan. And to your family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

Semper Fi Devil Dog!
A fellow LEO;former Marine

Anonymous
October 4, 2009

For Patrolman Jerry Jones:

Our duty as law officers takes us to front where the heaviest action occurs. As in an battle, the timing and the actions of each of us remains one of careful decision and irrevocable judgement. When things go wrong it can be horrific. Never-the-less it is part of battle and each of must live with ourselves to the end of time.

For Jerry, both as an soldier-of-the-law and as a marine my guess is that he would blame nobody. Nor would he be other than what he has proven himself to be -- a model defender of his fellow man. We recognize him a hero standing among heros.

We pray for his family, his friends, his co-workers and all those who care about him. A voice that sounds like his, heard most clearly by we who have been in battle, is saying we should hold no grudge for his comrades on this day of horror. Truly, I am certain, this will give him rest.

As a retired PA state trooper, a FL deputy sheriff and veteran soldier I am proud to render Jerry a final salute.

Cpl. Ralph D. Fiorenza (Ret.)
Pennylvania State Police
October 1, 2009

My heart mourns your loss, Deputy Jones, and I pray for your family, friends and fellow officers. I fervently hope that those involved in the tragic shooting will find peace...

Deputy Tina Holtz
Chautauqua Co. Sheriff's Office
September 29, 2009

semper fi, my brother

John GySgt
USMC
September 26, 2009

Rest In Peace. My prayers on behalf of your family, friends and colleagues, especially the ones involved in the accident.

Special Agent D. Paul
Federal Bureau of Investigation - DE
September 25, 2009

On behalf of all of the dispatchers here at Camp Lejeune our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Semper Fi.

Anonymous
September 25, 2009

To the Family of Officer Jones,

I am so sorry for your loss.

What you must remember is, Jerry was placed on earth to serve, by God; and serve he did. We, as His servants, never know what this service will involve or for how long, that's for God to decide too.

I pray that God's hand of comfort will be with you at this time of loss.

Thomas B Ruyle, Cpl of the Marines 76-79
Chief of Police, Medora Police Dept., Medora IL
September 24, 2009

Rest in peace Brother Jerry, you are a true Hero and will never be forgotten for your service and courage.

Son of G. Truman WOrtham EOW 7/15/73

Assistant Chief Carl Wortham
Sand Springs, OK, PD
September 24, 2009

To the Jones' family, may God watch over each and every one of you.

To all of his friends and co-workers, may God help you to find solace in this tragedy.

Friends
Ohio State Highway Patrol
September 24, 2009

You are a hero brother. Rest in peace.

Police Officer Mark LaFramboise
Independence Missouri Police Officer
September 23, 2009

My thoughts & prayers are with your family, friends, and Agency. May you sleep easy with God, Jerry. We thank you for your Service, Sir. You will NEVER be forgotten.

Sgt. Trey Pellizzari
Texas Dept of Public Safety/Commercial Vehicle Enforcement--Garland
September 23, 2009

My prayers to your family and friends. Semper Fidelis brother

S/TPR T.D. Brock #124
Georgia State Patrol
September 23, 2009

In Gods arms may your rest Patrolman/Serviceman/Brother. To the family,friends and entire Charleston Police Department our deepest sympathy.

From all the Volunteer Members
Friendship Fire & Rescue Company 1 Winchester,VA
September 23, 2009

Dear Family, Friends, and Co-Workers of Patrolman Jerry Jones,

We are so sorry to here about your tragic loss of Patrolman Jerry Jones. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you in support during this very difficult time. We know that sometimes there is little comfort that comes from words. Keep focused as you can on the memories and joyous times for these things may bring you comfort. Rely heavily on family, friends, and other law enforcement for support. Honor your fallen loved one, for their sacrifice will not be forgotten. Patrolman Jerry Jones is a hero.

Respectfully,

Alissa Scott
Widow of Beryl Wayne Scott
E.O.W. 09-10-02

Co-Founder of Survivor Help Network

Anonymous
September 22, 2009

I wish to extend my deepest sympathy to the family of Patrolmen Jerry Jones and also to the men and women of his Department. Based upon what I have read, Patrolmen Jones gave of himself to his Country and then to the community in which he lived. Although he is gone he will never be forgotten by his peers in Blue. May he rest in Peace and may God watch over his family.

RETIRED DETECTIVE FRANK DEMARCO
NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
September 22, 2009

Patrolman Jones , you took an oath to protect and serve the citizens of Charleston WVA and this great country of ours.

In the performance of duty, you made the ultimate sacrifice. There is no greater example of honor.

May your loved ones, friends, co-workers find peace. May the citizens realize the sacrifice made by the law enforcement officers every second of every day. Your memory lives on through you friends, relatives and our brothers and sisters of the C.P.D
Rest in peace Patrolman ones, we have got it from here.....

vince Iello
NYPD Retired
September 22, 2009

My thoughts and prayers are with your loved ones at this very difficult time. Thank you for your service to this great country as well as your community. Rest in peace.

Linda Lamm - LEO wife and sister of
Jay Balchunas EOW 11.05.04
September 22, 2009

Rest in peace blue angel. We've got the watch from here.

Deputy Sheriff
Michigan
September 22, 2009

Rest in peace Officer Jones, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers Thank you so very much for your service both as a police offier and a Marine!

Shelly
citizen
September 21, 2009

May God bless the Jones Family, the CPD and the City Of Charleston. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Lt. Steve Bennett
Charleston WV Fire Department
September 21, 2009

“Marines”

You can have your Army Kakiis,
And your Navy Blues,
But here’s a different fighting man,
I’ll introduce to you.
His uniform is unlike,
Any you’ve ever seen,
The Germans called him “Devil Dog”,
His title is “Marine”.

He was trained in Parris Island,
The place that God forgot,
The sand was fourteen inches deep,
The sun was blazing hot.
He awakened up one morning,
In front of his rack he’ll stand,
And in through the doorway walked,
A giant of a man.

He turned and faced this young Marine,
With eyes as cold as steel,
He said, “I am your DI,
And this is for real.
I’ll make your life as miserable,
As miserable as I can,
And when you finally leave this place,
You’ll be a fighting man.
You’ll be a rifle expert,
You’ll know your weapon well,
And when you encounter the Viet Cong,
You’ll send their souls to Hell.

Now gather around you young Marines,
And lend me all your ears,
And I’ll tell you of a few things,
We’ve conquered through the years,
We fought at Iwo Jima,
The land of fire and Hell,
We killed all those Japanese,
And took their land as well.

Now you can tell your ladies,
And this my Lad is true,
To get herself a young “Marine”,
There is nothing he can’t do.
He’s peeled a million onions,
And twice as many spuds,
Then you’ll find him in the slop chutes,
A soaking up the suds.

And when he gets to Heaven,
St.Peter he will tell,
Another “Marine” reporting Sir.
I’ve served my time in Hell.


Semper Fi my Brother and fellow Marine!


Written and copyright by: David Lee Bell (USMC 1968-1971)
1968

Used with Special Permission of the Author
Copyright © 1968 - All Rights Reserved
and may not be duplicated without permission

Investigator David L Bell
Richland County Sheriff's Dept., Columbia, SC
September 20, 2009

 
 

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