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Policeman Albert Holindrake

Park City Police Department, Utah

End of Watch Sunday, January 12, 1908

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Reflections for Policeman Albert Holindrake

Rest in peace Policeman Holindrake.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

November 30, 2021

I stumbled upon this post on google.
I see a resemblance to my second son Daniel.
Albert Holindrake was my Great Grandpa.
I heard this story many times growing up from my grandpa and mom.
I was in Park City once and tried to visit his grave but unfortunately there was too much snow.
I hope I get to go back someday.

Terry La Vallee
Great Granddaughter

June 16, 2020

I did a walk through of the cemetery where you are buried and I thought, and continue to think, of your sacrifice and the sacrifice of your family for our profession. Rest in peace, Officer Holindrake.

Officer C. North
Park City Police Department

April 6, 2018

Rest In Peace Brother LEO. You are not forgotten.

Officer Mike Robinson (Ret)
Upland Police Dept. CA

January 12, 2018

Your heroism and service is honored today, the 102nd 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.

Rest In Peace

Phyllis Loya
mother of fallen officer Larry Lasater

January 13, 2010

RIP You will never be forgotten by the ones who knew and loved you.Your legacy will live on.


October 11, 2008

I'm not going to say "sucks to suck," but this definitely sucks. I have no contact with any of my relatives, living or deceased, with the last name Holindrake. My dad told me once of this story of a relative that shot himself cleaning his gun. I found this randomly on google in amazement. I heard I have relatives living in salt lake city, utah but with no way to contact any of them. Anyone who claims to be my relative, get in contact with me with any means necessary.

Kent Holindrake
I have no idea

January 31, 2008



January 3, 2008

I pray that you are still resting peacefully and hope that you are watching down over us.

Cpl. Egendoerfer
Mishawaka PD

January 12, 2007

When I was a little girl my Grandparents, George and Maxine Holindrake, took me to Uncle Albert's gravestone in Park City, Utah. I think that I was twelve years old and just becoming interested in family history. Because of my enthusiasm for the long car rides that resulted in not much more than just a pause in front of an old house, school, or grave yard, my grandparents loved to pass their histories on to me.
Most of the Holindrakes lived in American Fork at that time, but some of my grandfather's uncles lived in Heber City which is not to far from Park City. The cemetary was located just off of the main road in Park City. The town had not experienced its second "gold-rush" in the form of Sundance or tourism. I wonder if the Cemetary is still there? I remember that we had walk through a dense portion of brush on a narrow overgrown path until we came up into a very old and unkept graveyard. The grave markers were hard to identify. Grandpa shuffled around with purpose until he came to the stone of his uncles grave. We sat by Albert's grave, eating our ham sandwiches in the fading fall sun as grandpa recalled what he knew about the unfortunate law-man and the old wild days in Park City. Also, Albert's infant son is buried next to him.

Necia Ethridge
Great grand niece

September 11, 2006

I am so sorry to learn of your loss. It makes me so sad to hear of a police officer being killed. Police officers are my personal hero's. I have always wanted to be a cop but I guess just never had to right motivation to follow my dream.

Shannon Yates

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