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Trooper Jason Eric Beal

Indiana State Police, Indiana

End of Watch Saturday, January 15, 2000

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Reflections for Trooper Jason Eric Beal

I can't believe that it's been three years since you were called to a higher duty. I drove by your accident site today while on my way to Whitko High School and it brought some memories back. Even though I didn't get to know you as good as some of the other guys at the department, I will always remember the last words you said a month before you left. I will always do my best to stay safe. I'm glad that Emily and Cody have so many people standing by them. Talk to you later.

Darcy Meade
KCSO Warsaw IN

Rest easy Warrior you have done your time in Hell. I am sorry and visit these sight often wandering why this happens. As your son grows up I am sure he will know what a very brave man you were. I am sure he will read these coments and see that you have made a differance in this world.God Speed we will all meet again in a better place.To the loved ones left behind don't be missing your loved one for he is still with you and is waiting for you to join him forever Prayers to your loved ones Trooper.

Tennessee Highway Patrol

Jan. 25, 2003

Boy, reading these sites is sometimes pure torture. Wow, Emily, I
think you're the trooper here!! May God continue to strengthen and
heal you and Jason's family, too. My heart breaks with yours.
Persevere you all!

Lynn Kole
Bellingham, WA

Lynn Kole

January 15, 2003


It's been 3 years since you left this world for a better one. I cannot begin to describe what the last 3 years has been like for us since you left, but I know that I don't have to because you were watching the whole time.

I am sure that you are very proud of our son! He is a very smart boy (keeps my hands full!). He looks and acts a lot like you (keeping me really, really busy!). He asks about you often. I am doing my best to answer all his questions and all the following "Why Mommy?" questions. He knows that he is special because his Daddy is in Heaven with God.

We love you always.

Emily Beal

Dear Jason,

I never got to meet you. However, I met your wife and she told me about this web site. I had to check it out and read about you. I can't tell you how proud of Emily, and I don't really know her yet. She's told me a lot about you and I'd read a lot about you on here. I grew up always wanting to be a firefighter and follow in my dad's foot steps. My brother on the other hand wanted to be a cop, but got a taste of firefighting from dad and became a full time firefighter. However, he did end up becoming a cop part time. Any how, I know you will keep him safe as all the other officers out there. Anyway, I hope to be able to work with you some day protecting heaven. I will do anything in my powers to help Emily and Cody if they ever need anything. I know we are from two different brotherhoods, but you are still a brother, and from learning what I have about you, I think you'd watch out for my family as I'll try to watch out for yours. May god bless you, and watch over Emily, Cody, and the rest of your loved ones. You'll always be in my heart Jason.

Firefighter- Dennis M. Yost
Pennfield Twp. (Battle Creek), MI

Feb. 5, 2002

It's been a little over two years since we lost you. I can still remember your magic smile. I love you and I miss you every day. Your picture is hanging in the hall and every night Cody walks by it to go to bed he's says, "night dadda." Well it sorta sounds like that. Then he'll kiss the picture or blow you a kiss. I'll make sure that he knows what a great man and father you were. I love you! Someday we'll be together again, until then know that you are always in our hearts.


Emily Beal

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