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Deputy James Robert Allman

Dallas County Sheriff's Department, Texas

End of Watch Saturday, August 5, 1995

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Reflections for Deputy James Robert Allman

Just saw the blue Memorial Camaro to Dep Allman and was behind you going s on 740 into TR.

Sorry for your loss. He will never be forgotten.

B Robinson
Retired-29 years on the job.

April 2, 2021

Rest in peace always knowing that your service and sacrifice will never, ever be forgotten by your law enforcement brethren.

Detective Cpl/3 Steven Rizzo
Delaware State Police (Retired)

August 5, 2020

Deputy Allman,
On today, the 25th anniversary of your death I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for the citizens of Dallas County. And to your Family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

R.I.P.
USBP

Anonymous
United States Border Patrol

August 5, 2020

Dad,
Its been 12 years since I have posted and i cant begin to tell you how much life has brought change in that time. Witch is the one thing we are guaranteed to have happen in life. There have been so many ups and downs and as my birthday come up the one thing that keeps repetitively passing through my mind is that I will be 1 year shy of the amount of years you spent on this earth with us. As I reflect on my life thus far I can't say that I've made the same impacts you had made in the time that you spent here. In that short time you where an honorable hard-working man who cherished everything good in life. You loved my mother unconditionally y'all's relationship was admired by everyone that came in contact with y'all. You loved Matt and I endlessly then you ended up giving your life selflessly. I want to let you know that you are and always will be the type of man I Inspire to be. Thank you Dad for everything you did for us all the love you showed us I know you're smiling down as you sit by God and watch his master plan unfold I cant wait to see you again untill then i am going to make better effort cherishing the people left behind by you that you love so endlessly life gets so busy and we take things for granted and none of us are guaranteed to be here tomorrow. that is is the last lesson that you we're able to teach me and probably the most profound lesson I've learned thus far yet but don't take heed to it nearly as often as I should I love you Dad talk to you later say hi to Grandpa for me tell him I miss him and love him so much.
James Allman

James Allman
Son

April 19, 2018

Uncle James I love and miss you.

Lacie baird
Niece

June 28, 2017

Once again, I'm here at my desk thinking of you. I'm having one of those down in the dumps moments. Since Dad went to be with Jesus I'm having more of those kind of moments now. I know that God will continue to sustain me, I just take my focus off of Him from time to time. That's when satan steps in and tries to use that to disrupt and discourage me. I guess it's one of those battles that will continue till the Lord calls me home. The good thing is, it's a small battle. I've already won the war because Jesus Christ is my Savior. so I'll keep on fighting the good fight and finish my race. I just miss you and Dad so so much. But I know he is so full of joy being reunited with you and Uncle Bob. He missed you so much and was so proud of you. Well I guess I'll go and get some work done. LOL! I love you brother and miss you and Dad every single day. Till we meet again.

Deputy Tim M. Allman
Dallas County Sheriff's Dept/Deputy James Allman's brother

March 2, 2017

Just sitting at my desk thinking about you. I find myself doing that from time to time. And when I see Matthew in uniform it takes my breath away because he resembles you so much. The way he carries himself and his passion for the job sounds just like you. The older I get the more I think about and miss you. I really miss the conversations we never got to have. Anyway, just missing you big brother. On a separate note, I want to thank everyone who as left a reflection on my brother's memorial. Speaking for the Allman family, we really do appreciate it very much. God bless everyone and until we meet again big brother. I love you.

Deputy Timothy M Allman #844
Dallas County Sheriff's Department
Brother of Deputy James R Allman #368

December 7, 2016

Rest in Peace Deputy Sheriff James Robert Allman. Thank You for your Service and Sacrifice protecting the citizens of Dallas County and The Great State of Texas.

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

Amen.

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

August 7, 2016

hey uncle James, weird how Im sitting at work and then you pop into my head. been 8 years since my last post. one thing I wanted to say, was Uncle Tim did a amazing job at the fallen officer memorial, brought tears to my eyes when he placed the hat infront of your picture. and you know how mama is she loves touching your name on that wall. james and matt are doing really good, matt is doing good in college and james is working hard, they even live ogether still. I wonder what our family would be like if you were still here with us today. I have a son now, he's two his name is Bentley, he loves cars!! I cant wait to see you again, love you so much!
alex

alexandria lyons
neice

February 3, 2016

RIP Brother. Thoughts and prayers to your family in blood and in Blue. We have the watch from here and our lines will hold.

Officer/FTO Laurie Eckman
Dawson Police Department

August 8, 2015

Our prayers are still with your family as they are now 20yrs. in dealing with your passing. As we arrived on the scene, we all realized that there was nothing we could do as you had gone to be with the Lord in an instant. It was tough call for all of us that night.
Stay safe.

Capt. Troy Nelson
Sunnyvale Fire Rescue

August 5, 2015

Happy Birthday brother!!! You would have been 48yrs old today!!
Wow!!! How time flies. I can see you right now with gray hair and me making fun of that gray hair and you trying put me in a head lock or something of that nature in retaliation....lol. I do miss those times. I was talking to Matt yesterday and we started talking about how you used to pick on me when we were kids.....lol!!! As much as I hated my big brother picking on me, I still knew that you wouldn't anyone hurt me. I find myself wishing I could get your opinion on situations that I get into at work or with our family sometimes. You were always able to quickly figure out a problem and know what action to take. Oh, I think you would be happy that as of July 14th I will have been with the sheriff's dept for TEN long years....lol. I love you and miss you sooo much brother. I am so thankful that our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ blessed our lives by making us brothers here on earth. What a perfect God He is!!! Hallelujah!!! I love you James. See you when I get there.

Deputy Timothy M Allman
Brother

June 29, 2013

I love and miss you so much!

Your loving wife
Tina

Tina Allman
Dallas Sheriff

May 2, 2013

To fully appreciate the heroes of the present, we must recognize our heroes of the past. Your heroism and service is honored today, the 18th anniversary year of your death. I am priviliged to leave a tribute to you. Your memory lives and you continue to inspire. Thank you for your service. My cherished son Larry Lasater was a fellow police officer who was murdered in the line of duty on April 24, 2005 while serving as a Pittsburg, CA police officer.

Time never diminishes respect. Your memory will always be honored and revered. Rest In Peace.

I pray for solace for all those that love and remember you for I know both the pain and pride are forever.

Phyllis Lasater Loya
mom of fallen Pittsburg (CA) officer Larry Lasater

January 31, 2013

Hey brother just sittin here thinkin bout ya. I miss you everyday and every time I put my uniform on and strap my weapon to my side I am reminded of how sudden life can change. I will forever cherish the utmost respect the men and women of the department that worked with you have always shown. I love you James. I'll talk to you soon brother.

Deputy Tim Allman
Brother

October 12, 2012

James -- you're not forgotten Brother. Think of you a lot. Wishing I was better friend to ya. I run into your brother every know and then. He trained my nephew Michael.
Just wanted to drop a you a line. Watch my back!!

Jerry Valladarez, Corporal
Wilmer Police Department

August 5, 2012

Hey uncle James its been three yrs since my last writing to you and im sorry for that, Im 18 now and Lauren is married to a good guy named will he's pretty cool considering he went through alot bein that she is my sister and i dont like most people she meets haha.
Im going to the Army like Grandpa did and it feels as if dad and i have mended through all the pain i put him through when i was younger and you know he stuck right by me through it all and i thank god for that every day because of him i understand my calling is, i want to sing, i found out im a pretty good country singer and thats what i want, and i know your looking down on me.
speaking of i saw a butterfly today and couldnt help but think of you, even though i never really knew you i feel that you have taught me so much in life, Grandpas doing better he perceeds on telling me how much i look like a taller version of your brother my dad but its all good well i love you uncle james and i cant wait to catch up with you in heaven some day :)


Love, Nathaniel Allman

Nathaniel Allman
nephu

July 14, 2011

It's December 11, 2008 and another Christmas coming up. Still plugging along here. Can't wait to see you again.

Love Dad

Chaplain George Allman
Father

December 11, 2008

I love you and miss you brother. It's good to see the kids writing to you. It goes to show just how much of an impact you had on all the people you came in contact with. I still wish I could've had more time to spend with you, but that was not what Jesus had planned, which is good because God is good and He always knows what is best. His timing is perfect just as He is. I love you

Deputy Timothy Allman #844
Brother/Dallas County Sheriff's Dept.

November 15, 2008

RIP.You are not forgotten.

Anonymous

October 29, 2008

God Speed, Brother.

P.O.K.Murphy
Union PD, NJ

October 24, 2008

hey uncle james,

i miss you. all though i was only 2 when you went home to be with god, i will never forget that one time matt was stiiting in your lap and i was sitting in my dads and i had my passafire and mat took it and i took it back. and it went on and on. those were the good days. i wish i could spend time with you more but even though i dont mama tells me so many things about you that its like your here with us. well im 15 now and my sister is 3 everybody says she looks like me but i think we dont lol. i talk to her about you and i tell her what your like.im going to be a freshman next year and cant wait. but these days i get in to a lil trouble... well you knew what it was like being a teenager but im doing okay. my mom is doin good she loves her new job.well i better log off befor i get in more truble lol. i love you uncle james can wait untill we meet again.

alexandria lyons
your niece

June 20, 2008

James,

Hey James, remember me? I was at Central Intake forever and finally got out of there. I left after 13 years and joined the DART Police Dept. I ran into your brother not to long ago trying to get some breakfast at IHOP, great guy. His spirit really reminds me of you. You are truly missed and I think about you often. Till I see you next time keep watching over us.

Melanie Fassett
formerly with the Dallas Sheriff's Dept.
Now DART PD

Melanie Fassett
DART Police

April 20, 2008

Hi Uncle James,
It's been a while since I talked to you last. Quite a bit has changed, I am now 17 and a junior at Northwest, I am a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA), I am going to PROM this year. I am pretty excited about that. You would be proud of my mom, she is in Nursing School, and doing very well. We all miss you very much, and wish you were here with us every day. We wish you were here out of selfishness, because we know you are in a much better place, than we are. I think in a way we are jealous of you, because are with God and we're still here. But that's ok, we'll get over it. I better go, so I can lean the dishes before mom gets home. I love you, miss you, and can;t wait 'til I get to see you again.

Lauren Allman
Niece

March 16, 2008

dear,uncle james.

so how is it in heaven i could only imagine what its like up there.well high school is so much like people say it is.i feel like there is just so much missing in our fam now maby its because mat never come over very much any more,or maby something else i dont really know any more.man i cant wait till i get to see you man that will be the day wont it. the best day will be when we are all up there with you.im 15 now i have a gurl friend shas so cute i wish you could see her shes awsome.
well what am i talking about you can see all of the earth.

Nathaniel,allman
nephew

February 19, 2008

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