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

God bless to the family, friends and co-workers of deputy Inzer, RIP.

mjw643

February 2, 2007

To the wife, family and friends of Deputy Inzer,

May God bless and comfort you at this time. Make sure to go to Washington DC when special tribute is paid to Alan. It is such a special experience that helped us so much, especially my husband. He worked with his dad and is still patrolling. My father-in-law's killer was mentally ill and received life in prison without benefit of parole. It was incredibly hard to face that murderer in court knowing what he did and what he had put our family through. Good luck with any trials you may attend.
My husband was even injured himself 9 months after his dad was killed. But he stays dedicated just like it sounds Alan was on and off the clock.
Lean on your close friends and family to help you because the visits and phone calls from others will grow farther and farther apart. It may seem that people have forgotten, but they haven't. They will still care and won't ever forget him. Rely on other members of COPS, too, because they understand and truly care and want to help. I pray you will feel God's presence and comfort.
Sincerely,
Carol Linder
daughter-in-law of Asst. Chief Bill Linder, Wisner Police Dept.
EOW 10/10/04

Carol Linder
daughter-in-law of Asst. Chief Bill Linder of Wisner Police Dept.

February 1, 2007

god bless rest in peace

February 1, 2007

You are in my prayers.

Ofc. S.L. Coffman #15174
California Highway Patrol

February 1, 2007

Diver Down
By Ryan Mareno

We knew there was a car,
The sonar said so.
Alan slapped my back,
“Mareno, Let’s Go!”

We got in the water,
It was dark muddy brown.
We signaled the boat,
“Both Divers Down!”

It was dark down there,
There wasn’t any light.
We couldn’t tell,
If it was day or night.

I didn’t care,
And neither did you.
Is this care red?
Or maybe dark blue?

You found it first.
You have me a tug.
I tied a rope to it,
While you kneeled in the mud.

We came to the surface,
Smiling ear to ear.
“We found the car! “
“Now throw us the gear.”

Remembering that dive,
And others there after.
Usually were filled,
With joking and laughter.


The words "Diver Down"
will resound in my ears.
Because my old friend
you're no longer here.


Losing a Dear Friend and Fellow Diver is not easy, we will never forget our friend, Diver , Coworker. Alan, you are forever in our hearts, and will be with us on every adventure we enter in the line of duty!

God Speed my FRIEND!

Your Diving Brothers (The Team)
Calcasieu Area Law Enforcement Regional Dive Team

February 1, 2007

ALAN A TRUE HERO. ALAN AND MY HUSBAND WORKED TOGETHER IN
THE MARINE DIV. HE WOULD ALWAYS GREET ME WITH A HUG AND HIS
BIG SMILE. I HAD SUCH A SECURITY WHEN I KNEW ALAN WOULD BE
DIVING WITH MY HUSBAND. HE WOULD ALWAYS TELL ME I WILL MAKE
SURE HE COMES BACK TO YOU. HE ALWAYS THOUGHT OF OTHERS RATHER THAN HIMSELF. HE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED BY MY FAMILY AND WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.
THANKS ALAN

MISSY
WIFE OF CPSO DEPUTY

February 1, 2007

God Bless the family of Deputy Inzer. I read the incident and sit here shaking my head and my heart breaks as this selfless man did his best to live his oath to the fullest. To the family of Deputy Inzer, you had a hero in you lives, and incredible man among men, the best of the best. You are so lucky to have had that, Deputy Inzer's murder's family only had a coward in their lives. God Bless!!!

Co Springs Officer's Mom

February 1, 2007

ALAN, THANK YOU FOR THE THIRTEEN YEARS OF FRIENDSHIP AND LAUGHS.YOU WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED AS ONE OF THE KINDEST HEROES I WILL EVER KNOW, THANK YOU FOR YOUR SACRIFICE, YOU ARE A TRUE HERO IN ALL OF OUR EYES.
AS WE CELEBRATE YOUR LIFE AND MOURN YOUR DEATH YOU WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED AS A GREAT DEPUTY AND MAN, YOU WILL BE MISSED AND I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU AS A HERO.

Cpl. Dennis Miller
Calcasieu Parish Sheriffs Office

February 1, 2007

R.I.P Deputy Alan Inzer. May God bring peace and comfort to your department and family in this time of need and help them get through these trying times.
GOD BLESS.

Ivan
Douglas Arizona Border Patrol Explorer

February 1, 2007

We are so sorry for your loss and know the pain you carry in your heart all too well. May God cover you in His Love and Strength and know that you are being carried in prayers.

Mother of Fallen Military Police Officer
PFC Brian Thomas Gleason 2000

February 1, 2007

God bless your loved ones, both your immediate family and Police family. Even though these are sad times for your friends, family and brothers in blue. Know that they are truly thankful for every day, hour, minute that you were in their lives. Know that they will continue to think of you every day. Weather it brings to them a smile of happiness from a fond memory, or a sorrowful tear. Let them know your watch will never end.

Thank you for choosing to serve and protect, and for putting your life on the line for the safety of others. Thank you to your extended police brothers and sisters whom continue to serve and protect.
Thank you for your service !!!
May you rest in Peace.

On Behalf of us all:
Americas 911 Foundation
www.americas911foundation.org
Supporting Fire Police and EMS

America's 911 Foundation

February 1, 2007

Deputy Inzer, you gave the ultimate sacrafice for your community. God bless your family, friends and fellow law enforcement family during this tragic time. You will never be forgotten. Rest in peace brother and watch over the rest of us as we work to make this world a safer place to live. Deputy Mary B. Syson

Deputy Mary B. Syson
King County Sheriff Department/ Seattle Wa

February 1, 2007

ALAN,
JANUARY 30, 2007 WAS THE HARDEST DAY IN MY CAREER I HOPE I HONORED YOU WELL. REST IN PEACE BROTHER

CPL CHRIS WEIDNER
CALCASIEU PARISH S.O. HONORGUARD

February 1, 2007

It's a sad day too loose a fellow Brother, For his family and friends try and take comfort in knowing that he's now patrolling heavens streets with his new Watch Commander St. Michael and continues to watch over his love ones. Remember his Watch has ended with all who knew him,but His Watch has just begun,and this one has no end...God Bless My Brother in Blue.......

Sergeant David A. Skeins
Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff's Office

February 1, 2007

May God bless your family and your Department and fellow officers. It's always a sad day to loses a fellow Brother Officer, for his family try and find comfort knowing that he's patroling


O

February 1, 2007

As the wife of an officer on the Fugitive Task Force here in Lake Charles, I would like to say a very sincere THANK YOU to the officers serving on the Task Force in Louisville. First of all, thank you for your entry here which gave all of us who knew and loved Alan just one more small piece of the puzzle of the tragic event that took the life of our dear friend. The news of his capture brought us all here some much needed comfort at that time. I know for me personally, just reading your entry gave me a little more peace and eased the hurt I feel in my heart a little more. Most of all, thank you to everyone of you for putting your lives on the line to apprehend the person who selfishly took the life of our beloved Alan. I know our "boys" here would have done the same for one of yours without hesitation. I wish all of you could have known Alan. You would have loved him as we did. Thank you again for your honorable and selfless service.

To Alan, I love you dearly and miss you greatly my big brother and friend. This world is not the same without you in it. Our lives are changed for having known you. Although you are gone physically, your memory will never die. One day our son will learn all about his "Uncle" Alan. It gives me great peace to know that you are indeed with the Lord now, your heart feeling no pain, enjoying being a daddy once and for all!

JoJo T.
a close friend

February 1, 2007

My heart goes out to Dy. Inzer's family & department. May GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU>>>>>>>>>>>>


A Police Officers Funeral


The funeral line was long,
There's an awful lot of cars,
Folks came out of the restaurants,
They came out of the bars.
The workers at the construction sites
All let their hammers drop.
Someone asked. "What is this all for?"
And they said, "Aw, just a cop."

Some chuckled at the passing cars.
Some shed a silent tear
Some people said, "It's stupid,"
"all these dumb policemen here."
"How come they are not out fighting crime?"
"Or in a doughnut shop?"
Sure is a lot of trouble,
For someone who's just a cop."

They blocked the intersections,
They blocked the interstate.
People yelled and cursed,
"Damn, it's gonna make me late!"
"This is really ridiculous!"
"They're makin' us all stop!"
"It seems they are sure wastin' time,
On someone who's just a cop."

Into the cemetery now,
The slow procession comes,
The woeful Taps are slowly played.
There's loud salutes from guns.
The graveyard workers shake their heads
"This service is a flop."
"There's lots of good words wasted,
On someone who's just a cop"

Yeah, just a cop to most folks.
Did his duty every day.
Trying to protect us,
Till they took his life away.
And when he got to heaven,
St. Peter put him at the top.
An angel asked him,
"Who was that?"
And he said, "Aw, just a cop."

WHEN YOU SEE AN OFFICER SAY THANK YOU FOR BEING YOU....

Ofc. Billi Driskell
Morgan City Police Dept

February 1, 2007

REST IN PEACE. May the cowards that took your like pay the ultimate price.

gavin price (retired)
escambia county fl. s/o

January 31, 2007

I would like to thank you Deputy Inzer for the many years of service. I send my condolences out to the family, friends, and to the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office. You are in my prayers. Rest in peace my brother.

Officer Myron Monceaux
Coushatta Tribal Police

January 31, 2007

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Deputy Sheriff Alan Inzer and the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office.

Special Agent
USSS

January 31, 2007

I consider it an honor to have known Alan. Things he represented were the virtues we strive to attain. He was a man you were always happy to see and he always left the same impression to you. He was an asset in whatever he involved himself in and I am a better person for knowing him.

Cpl. W.L. Spees, Jr.
Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office

January 31, 2007

BIG AL, I AM SO SORRY I LET YOU DOWN BUDDY. BUT PLEASE KNOW WE NEVER GAVE UP. I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU FOR THE OUTSTANDING FRIEND, OFFICER,AND PERSON YOU WERE.

SGT. TODD ORY
CALCASIEU PARISH SHERIFF'S OFFICE ACT-T UNIT

January 31, 2007

Alan,

You were a friend. You were a brother. I'll mmiss your smile and your laugh. I am a better man for having known you and honored to have been able to call you a friend.

Thanks for all the Love and Laughs.

Godspeed Brother

A Friend

January 31, 2007

Although I didn't know Alan well, my husband served with him in the Marine Division of the CPSO. His loss has been felt very deeply in our home. Alan's death has caused me to reflect on how precious life is and how fleeting it can be. I know from my husband that Alan was a good friend and a good deputy, whom everyone liked. I know from his actions on January 25th that he was a courageous and honorable man who had a strong since of duty. We will cherish his sacrifice and remember him well always.

D. Johnson
Friend

January 31, 2007

Rest in peace Alan.

Ofc. Andy Arena
Delray Beach (FL) Police Department

January 31, 2007

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