Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Deputy Sheriff Alan Inzer

Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office, Louisiana

End of Watch Thursday, January 25, 2007

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Reflections for Deputy Sheriff Alan Inzer

I once read a book that contained a line from a poem - I can't remember the book or author, but I will never forget these words from that poem. "There is no end to things of
the heart." Alan, you will be in our hearts forever, and in our minds. We will never forget you or the selfless sacrifice you made. We will never forget your kindness and compassion. It's said that everything happens for a reason.
I can't begin to think of any reason, sane or not, for this to have been. But God knows and as long as we trust,
and have faith in His infinite wisdom, He will see it through. I think that Alan, Bill, John, and the several fellow officers we have lost in the past months would want it that way. Godspeed Alan, our love and prayers are with you and your family.

Deputy Jeanie Vail
C.P.S.O. Lake Charles, LA

February 9, 2007

You are a true hero and I know you will be missed. Rest in peace and know that your sacrifice will not be in vain.

Sgt. Lawrence Ethridge
Clayton County Sheriff's Office

February 9, 2007

Alan, We worked together on land, on water, and anywhere the Marine Division landed. We as a Division now have a loss and a void. Watch over us from above as we carry on your work on the waterways of Southwest Louisana.
Thank you for your SERVICE, Thank you for your TIME, Thank you for your SACRIFICE, but most of all, Thank you for your FRIENDSHIP.

Todd Younger
Calcasieu Parish S.O. Marine Division ; La. Prob and Parole/Juvenile

February 9, 2007

Rest in Peace Brother

Police Officer
Chicago P.D.

February 9, 2007

There are no words that can ease the pain of you friends, family, and coworkers. Just know you are not alone, there are many that grieve with you. Rest in peace Deputy Inzer, we will take it from here.

February 8, 2007

Rest well fellow officer,your shift down here is covered.

Deputy Scott Stringer
Pontotoc County Sheriff Department-Miss.

February 8, 2007

As police officers we know while on duty we may be killed, but we go in anyway. You went in off duty when you didn't have to, and paid the ultamite sacrafice. You are more than a hero. From one deputy to another I thank you. God Bless you brother.

Genesee County
Sheriff Department (MI)

February 8, 2007

Deputy Inzer, I am in awe of your dedication and disgusted by the acts of the animals which murdered you. May they find true justice where ever they may end up.

God Bless and may you Rest in Peace, Brother.

Ptl. Jim Leahy, Jr.
Harvard University Police Dept.

February 7, 2007

My condolences and prayers to your wife and family and friends and to your Police Family. You will never be forgotten and will be in my daily prayers. Thank you for your hard work and dedication and sacrifices you gave in making it safer for the people of Louisiana. God Bless you Deputy Inzer, as you sleep in God's Love andin His Arms.
Respectfully,
Kathi Halligan Phila PA wife and mom of LEO'S

Kathi Halligan
Philadelphia PA

February 7, 2007

Deputy Sheriff Inzer,
I would like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for the citizens of Calcasieu County. And to your family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

R.I.P.
Anonymous

Anonymous

February 6, 2007

I am so sorry that you and your family are having to go through all of this. My daughter and I were in your shoes last year. Alan will be remembered always as a Hero and will never be forgotten. I will always remember.

Tara Zachary
wife of BJ Zachary EOW 1-1-06

February 6, 2007

You watched over me while I attended college in Lake Charles. I thank you for that.
You're a hero among heroes, and you served you parish with honor.
You will be missed. God bless Deputy Inzer.

Sgt. Sean Messner
Baltimore Police Department

February 5, 2007

MY DEEPEST SYMPATHIES TO THE FAMILY OF DEPUTY ALAN INZER. I KNOW FROM EXPERIENCE THAT THERE IS NOT MUCH I CAN SAY TO HELP EASE YOUR PAIN. JUST KNOW THAT YOU ARE NOT ALONE AND TAKE COMFORT IN THE FACT THAT MANY PEOPLE ARE PRAYING FOR YOU. MAY GOD BLESS YOU.

FAMILY MEMBER OF OCTAVIO GONZALEZ EOW 06/16/06
TBW

February 4, 2007

To the family and loved ones of Deputy Sheriff Alan Inzer, and his fellow officers with the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office:

On behalf of our family, I want to extend our sincerest condolences on the grievous loss you suffered when Deputy Inzer was brutally murdered in the line of duty. His valor and courage will never be forgotten.

In reading the loving reflections left by family and friends, it is obvious that Alan was an amazing man who touched many lives in a positive way. I can see that he is so loved and will be missed by so many.

The circumstances of Alan's death were heart breaking and I know caused much anquish for all those affected. May his family be comforted by the support of all who cared for and respected Alan, by fellow survivors who share their painful journey, and by their law enforcement family.

May Alan's spirit continue to soar and his memory continue to inspire. May God hold Alan and his family members in the warmest part of his heart and the most gentle part of his soul.

This reflection is sent with the utmost respect for the many years of distinquished service Alan gave to his community and the citizens of Louisiana, and for the supreme sacrifice he and his family made on January 25, 2007.

Phyllis Loya, mother of fallen officer Larry Lasater of the Pittsburg, Ca PD eow 4/24/05

February 4, 2007

My prayers and love to the Inzer Family. A special tribute to My special friend- you will always be remembered as one of the most wonderful men in the world. Your dedication and commitment to excellence was part of who you were. I remember our first class at the Law Enforcement Training Academy for the Reserves. We had so many wonderful times working in the community at events. You were my hero during difficult times in my life. Your friendship meant so much to both me and my children. Thanks you for being a part of our lives. You will be remembered with love forever in our hearts. L

Laura
Friend

February 4, 2007

I would like to 1st send my deepest condolences to the family, friends and fellow law enforcement in and around Calcasieu Parish. I had the opportunity and pleasure of meeting and working with Alan when my department responded to Lake Charles for mutual aid during the hurricane relief period. We were one of several agencies that responded from the Ohio area and it goes without saying that Alan was a true professional. His loss is dearly felt not only in our area but throughout the country I'm sure. God bless you Alan and may the lord touch all who have had the pleasure of sharing a piece of your life.

Deputy J.A. Sampson
Summit County Sheriff's Office

February 4, 2007

THANKS FOR YOUR SERVICE HERE AND MAY YOU REST IN PEACE ON THE GOLD STREETS WITH THOSE GONE BEFORE!!

DISPATCHER GRETA M HUFF
KY STATE POLICE POST 13 HAZARD

February 4, 2007

You were amazing. What courage. Thank you for everything, officer.

anonymous

February 3, 2007

Deputy Inzer, thank you for your courageous and selfless service. My prayers are with you, your family and friends, and your Police brothers and sisters.

Tim Reise
Nashville, TN

February 3, 2007

The men and women of the Springfield Park District Police Department wish to send our deepest condolences to the family and co- workers of Deputy Inzer. May he rest in peace. We hope that you find comfort from the lord in your time of need and know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Sgt. Jonathan Davis
Springfield Il Park District Police Department

February 2, 2007

First I send my deepest condolences to Deputy Inzer's family. He is without a doubt a hero. It amazes me that such acts of heroism and cowerdis can take place at the same moment and place in time. God speed and rest easy DEPUTY. You will always be remembered and honored. Let the lord take you in and continue to protect and serve from above.

Deputy Williams
BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE, FL

February 2, 2007

To the friends and family of Deputy Alan Inzer,
I had the pleasure to meet Alan during the hurricane relief efforts in September of 2005. Even though we knew him only for a month, he certainly made a lasting impression, as did all the men and women of the Calcasieu Parrish Sheriff's Office did. On behalf of the Summit County Sheriff's Office and the Akron Police Department, our thoughts and prayers are with you. God bless you all!

Deputy A. Molea
Summit County Sheriff's Office:Ohio

February 2, 2007

Such a terrible loss for the family and the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office. Our prayers are with all of you.


Hope Mills Police Department, Hope Mills, NC

February 2, 2007

Rest in peace brother.

Sgt. Det. Stan Finley
LCSO(Arkansas)

February 2, 2007

I started my career in 1987, Alan started a couple of years later, I remember him from the beginning as a man of few words but a great laugh, and a hearty smile. He was a man you could count on for back up, and a man to call on for help. It did not matter what else was going on when you needed him, he would always be there. As an FTO, he was professional, and caring for his trainee, and always strived to teach the new recruits the right way of doing thins, his moto was they will learn short cuts on thier own.
Alan Inzer was a true peace officer he understood that not every problem was solved by arresting somebody, that sometimes people just needed to shown the right way.

He will be missed by the community he served, and by the men and women that served with him. Alan died as he lived a true hero. He was my friend as he was many peoples friend and I will miss him.

Ross Vartuli
Calcasieu Parish SO

February 2, 2007

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