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Park Ranger Margaret A. Anderson | United States Department of the Interior - National Park Service, U.S. Government United States Department of the Interior - National Park Service, U.S. Government

Park Ranger

Margaret A. Anderson

United States Department of the Interior - National Park Service, U.S. Government

End of Watch: Sunday, January 1, 2012
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Reflections for Park Ranger Margaret A. Anderson

 

Rest in Peace Ranger Margaret Anderson. 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.

Senior Special Agent B.L. Sherwood
Port Terminal Railroad Police Houston,TX
January 2, 2016

Remembering Ranger Anderson today on the anniversary of that tragic day. God Bless.

Warren Dean
National Park Service
January 1, 2016

We are deeply saddened by your sacrifice and the loss to your family. We are continuing to pray for your family and friends.

Darlene Newton
Friend of the Story County Sheriff's Office
January 1, 2016

I'm a retired Police Officer from California and a member of POLICE Together We Served. I noticed this post today, and I'd like to share my sympathies with you and your family. I'm acquainted with a Police Officer Loss in that one of my best friends and fellow Police Officers was shot and killed in the line of duty in December 1982. I've not gotten over that. Please accept my condolences, and my prayers to our God to help you with your grief. It's a terrible thing that we have monsters on this earth who ignore precious life and take it. Thank you for your Hero's sacrifice. Such a young and beautiful person. So sorry.

Senior Police Officer Rick A. Welch Sr.
Retired IVCPD IRVINE CA.
January 1, 2016

After four years our loss remains acute. Margaret is always in our thought and memories. We just spent Christmas with her brother and sister where many stories and much laughter were shared. We are proud to be her Mom and Dad.
Our daily prayers are for all Law Enforcement Officers that they return home safely at the end of their shifts.

Dorothy and Paul Kritsch
Margaret's Mom and Dad
December 30, 2015

On Thanksgiving as on every day we give thanks for our daughter, Margaret. All law enforcement officers and their families remain in our prayers that they return home safely at the end of their shifts

Dorothy and Paul Kritsch
Margaret's Mom and Dad
November 26, 2015

Today is the Autumn Equinox, the first day of Fall and I think of your job, enjoying the beauty of nature, helping to preserve the land. You dedicated your life to protecting not just people but the parks we all take for granted. You are missed and will never be forgotten.

Annebeth
Charleston, WV
September 23, 2015

You were taken way before your time. It would have been an honor to meet you. I will pray for the loved ones.

Possible Future LEO Anonymous Anonymous
None
May 28, 2015

Margaret you were taken to soon. Your friends and your coworkers still mourn your loss today. Your family will always be in our thoughts and in prayers.

Coworker/friend
Former NPS
January 2, 2015

I miss my sister dearly. I think of her and what could have been. ..what should have been. I continue to pray for the LEOs and their families. ..for their safety and for peace.

Sarah
January 1, 2015

God bless you Mom and Dad Kritsch and all US Park Rangers. We in NYC with the NYPD are going through difficult times now, and share your pain with this senseless loss

Patrick Keane
December 31, 2014

It has been three years since we lost Margaret. We hold her dearly in our hearts though there will always be a hole in our lives. We have always been proud of our daughter and feel blessed to have her as our daughter.

Our daily prayers are for the safety of all law enforcement officers and their families.

Dorothy and Paul Kritsch
Margaret's Mom and Dad
December 31, 2014

In a few short days you will have been gone 3 years. We all think of
You very often and miss you much! We celebrate your life with our
Memories. I know you are in heaven keeping watch over us. When you
See my dad give him a huge hug from me!

Love, Amanda and Don
Your cousins in Arizona
December 30, 2014

I will be replacing my porch light with a blue light for you, Margaret, on January first, and be thinking of your family.

NPS Dispatcher
National Park Service
December 25, 2014

Yesterday was the Winter Solstice and I thought of you, with your job among the beauty of nature. I still think of your sacrifice and pray that God continues to comfort your family. Know that you are missed and the world is a little less bright, without your light shinning. You live on through the land, the trees, the stars, the memories of all Gods goodness.

annebeth
Charleston, WV
December 22, 2014

As the nation remembers the fallen, our friend and our coworker we mourn your loss again. We will never forget you or what you sacrificed for others.

Friend/Coworker
CHOH
May 15, 2014

Margaret,
As Mother's Day approaches I think of how wonderful of a mother you were. Thank you for all your caring words and advice. I sure miss your laugh.

"They that love beyond the world cannot be separated by it. Death cannot kill what never dies. Death is but crossing the world, as friends do the seas; they live in one another still. This is the comfort of friends, that though they may be said to die, yet their friendship and society are, in the best sense, ever present, because immortal.”
-William Penn

A friend
May 1, 2014

Ranger Margaret Anderson,

When you left us I was scheduled to go to LE Ranger Academy for the NPS. Later in May of the same year I climbed Mount Rainier. While climbing the mountain, it was your sacrifice and service that kept me motivated to reach the top. I attended LE seasonal academy in Flagstaff where you graduated many years ago. On the wall in the lecture hall is a memorial in your honor.

Thank you for your service and dedication. You will always be remembered.

U.S. Park Ranger
National Park Service
February 20, 2014

It has been 2 years since your death and although life goes on, you are not forgotten. Your family remains in my prayers and I ask that God continue to shelter and comfort them.

Annebeth
Charleston, WV
January 1, 2014

Oh, Margaret. We all miss you so much...

Robert Danno
NPS Ranger
January 1, 2014

NEVER FORGOTTEN

U.S. Park Ranger
National Park Service
January 1, 2014

It has been two years since our daughter, Margaret Anderson, a Federal Law Enforcement Park Ranger at Mt. Rainier, was shot and killed in the line of duty (EOW 1-1-12) We were always very proud of Margaret. She was a kind and gentle woman who loved her family and her Lord. "What does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness and to walk humbly with your God." Micah 6:8. She is in our thoughts daily and held dearly in our hearts. Our faith, family and friends have been a great comfort. We have read every entry on this site and greatly appreciate your kind words. Thank you for your ongoing thought and prayers.

Dorothy and Paul Kritsch
Margaret's Mom and Dad
December 31, 2013

To Our Sister Ranger:

Two years have passed and you are still very much in our hearts and minds.

Your heroic sacrifice is not forgotten.

You laid down your own life so that countless others my live.

JCV IV USPR
USNPS
December 31, 2013

It has been two years since our daughter, Margaret A. Anderson, was shot and killed in the line of duty as a
Federal Law Enforcement Park Ranger at Mt. Rainier. We were always proud of Margaret. She was a kind and gentle daughter who loved her family and her Lord. "What does the Lord require of you but to do justice, to love kindness and to walk humbly with your God." Micah 6:8. She is always in our thoughts and held dearly in our hearts. Our faith, family and friends have given us comfort. We have read every entry on this site and appreciate your kind words. They are a fitting tribute to our Margaret. We thank you for your thoughts, words and prayers

Dorothy and Paul Kritsch
Margaret's Mom and Dad
December 31, 2013

They bid me
Take my place among them
In the halls of Valhalla
Where thine enemies
Have been vanquished
Where the brave shall live forever
Nor shall we mourn, but rejoice for
Those that have died
The glorious death
There do I see my father
There do I see my mother
My brothers and my sisters
There do I see the line of my people
Back to the beginning

Fellow Ranger
July 15, 2013

 
 

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