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

What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us. What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal. -Albert Pine

Deputy Inzer -- The sacrifice you made for your community will never be forgotten.

To all those touched by the loss of Deputy Inzer -- Our thoughts and prayers are with you.


Colorado Springs (CO) Police Protective Association

January 31, 2007

My friend, you are gone but will never be forgotten.
Thanks for always listening and for trusting me enough to let me listen to you. We will meet again my friend, until then, I will treasure wonderful memories.

me
Friend

January 31, 2007

17 yrs on and off duty in a foot chase with no back up..chasing armed suspect.
wow that's courage and dedication, that's phenomenal that goes beyond heroic.

Rest in peace.

robert blake
HPD

January 31, 2007

Alan, I will always remember the last time we hugged and said goodbye. I just didn't realize it would be forever. I'll remember all the times we laughed and lived like there was no tomorrow. The nights you sang and we didn't have a care in the world. I'll remember the times we worked together. And the way you always took care of business. And that feeling that comes over you when you know somebody's got your back. I promise you that we will never forget you. We will raise our glasses in your honor...tell stories about you....and laugh and cry together. So that your memory lives on forever. That's Old School. See ya on the other side, amigo. I miss ya and love ya.....
"Here's to the sunny slopes of long ago"

Bo
Old School CPSO

January 30, 2007

Dear Alan.
We had your funeral today.
You would have been so proud.
There were so many friends and officers from all over that came to pay their respects.
The CPSO did such a fine job.
They brought your patrol boat, its now named after you.
You were presented another medal too.
You were a hero Alan, thank you for being my friend.
I didnt get a chance to tell you that I'm getting married to the girl you introduced me to years ago.
Thanks, watch over us, we will not forget you.


Friend

January 30, 2007

you will live in our hearts for ever.......a hero is never forgotten

January 30, 2007

My heart breaks each time we loss another HERO. I just can't make sense of it. Thank you, Deputy Inzer, for your many years of serving and protecting Calcasieu Parish. Heaven has another HERO tonight. May GOD bless your family and friends at this terrible time. They are in my thoughts and prayers now. Rest in peace, Sir.

Shirley Roberts- Oakdale, La.
Aunt of Fallen Hero John Logan EOW-3-14-04s

January 30, 2007

A Part of America Died"
Somebody killed a policeman today,
and a part of America died.
A piece of our country he swore to protect,
will be buried with him at his side.

The suspect that shot him will stand up in court,
with counsel demanding his rights.
While a young widowed mother must work for her kids,
and spend many long, lonely nights.

The beat that he walked was a battle field too,
just as if he'd gone off to war.
Though the flag of our nation won't fly at half mast,
to his name they will add a gold star.

Yes, somebody killed a policeman today,
in your town or mine.
While we slept in comfort behind our locked doors,
a cop put his life on the line.

Now his ghost walks a beat on a dark city street,
and he stands at each new rookie's side.
He answered the call, of himself gave his all,
and a part of America died

God Speed Deputy Inzer

Senior Patrol Agent
United States Border Patrol

January 30, 2007

As a wife of a officer, I say a prayer each time my husband goes out whether it be on duty or not. I understand the mindset these guys have, when you are a cop it is in your heart and soul and you give it your all no matter what. Thank God for men like Alan and my husband and all you others out there that do your best, give it your all and take the crap that these criminal give out. He was a shining example of what being a police officer is all about. Thank You Alan, and thank the rest of you for being a CPSO deputy. You are ALL the BEST!!!!

wife of a police officer
coworker

January 30, 2007

Rest in peace Brother. May God be with your family and fellow officers.

Sgt. Dean Bailey
Beckley Police Dept. WV

January 30, 2007

we will never forget... "heroes live forever"

Deputy todd howard
calcasieu parish sheriffs office

January 30, 2007

My saddest condolences. My hopes, thoughts and prayers go out to Alan's family, friends, the police and swat team of the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office of Louisiana, while you grieve the loss of this true hero, who served humanity with his very life. And to all those who will continue to serve to protect us every day. May your hearts be filled whith hope & your minds be peaceful, as you lay Alan to rest with God. We love you, we respect your sacrifice we are with you and it is an honor to have you in our lives.

Thanks and Love, Gina Birch

gina birch
joet's sister

January 30, 2007

Brother, I don't have the words. I will keep you with me always. GODSPEED!!

January 30, 2007

Dep. Sheriff Inzer,
You and your family are in our prayers. R.I.P

Cpl Jean Paul Rochat
Swiss Army, MP Service, Traffic Unit

January 29, 2007

We lost a friend today
God came and took him away.
It was not time for him to go
His work here was not done I know.
His goals in life were not yet met
The people he touched shall never forget.
He carried his badge with honor and pride
His compassion for people he never did hide.
His love for his family grew with each day
His commitment to his community he would go out of his way.
His duty as a police officer to protect and serve each day
Lead him to the time, when God came and took him away.

GO REST HIGH ON THAT MOUNTAIN, BROTHER

Retired Dep Sheriff Stephen K Levorchick
Wood Co. Sheriff, Bowlling Green, Ohio

January 29, 2007

"My Brother"

Although I never met him, I knew him.
He was idealistic and believed he could make a difference.
He was immensely proud of the uniform and the badge and what they represent.
He felt privileged to be of service to his department, his community and to his country.

He was a cop.

Although I never met him, I knew him.
He was friendly, courteous, and polite, yet firm.
He laughed and joked, but was serious when necessary.
He was competent, trained, and professional.

He was a cop.

Although I never met him, I knew him.
He had a strong sense of right and wrong and became
frustrated when true justice became sidetracked.
He felt the sharp criticism that goes with the job, but he
never wavered.
He stood by and for his fellow officers.

He was a cop.

Although I never met him, I knew him.
He longed for his family during the long hours.
He worried about them during his shifts and the lonely
weekends, holidays and midnights when they were apart.
He felt guilty about the lost time, but knew his calling
and prayed they would understand.

He was a cop.

Although I never met him, I knew him.
He was a good son, a loving husband, and a devoted father.
He was dedicated to the profession and cared about the
people he served.
He wanted to do the best job that he could and strived to
be the best he could be.
He was a good citizen and a good neighbor.

He was a cop.

Yes, I did know him.
He was a cop, he was my Brother.

Rest In Peace Brother! We have the watch...

Officer
Metropolitan Police Department Washington DC

January 29, 2007

Rest in peace Brother.

1773P
CSPD

January 29, 2007

Deputy Inzer thank you the sacrifice you made to protect all of us. And to the family of Deputy Inzer and his fellow officers may God Bless you all and you are in my prayers and thoughts.

Pat (Aunt of Joe Corr EOW 7/27/06)

January 29, 2007

I SEND MY CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND CALCASIEU PARISH SHERIFF'S OFFICE REGARDING THE DEMISE OF DEPUTY SHERIFF ALAN INZER. I HOPE EVERYONE THAT KNEW THIS HONORABLE MAN WILL CONTINUE TO REMEMBER HIS BRAVERY. COURAGE, AND THE LEGACY IN WHICH HE LEFT BEHIND.

DEPUTY SHERIFF ALAN INZER YOUR SHIFT IS OVER NOW, WE WILL TAKE IT FROM HERE. REST IN PEACE, BROTHER...

DEPUTY JAMES E. BRADFORD JR.
BRADLEY COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

January 29, 2007

I experienced again when I learned of your passing, that same heaviness that lands on my chest whenever one of God's young Blue Shepherds leaves on his or her way home to the Master's house. I remember you from my time in LC and my pain for your family is very intense. The Lord has brought you home much too early for my feelings. Yet I know in my heart you are so near to Him now.

God bless and keep your family, for it is their hearts that have become so heavy and it is their souls that are screaming: Why? It is for them and for us to trust in God's wisdom and judgement as we say goodby. We will console one another, and we will provide comfort in prayer for all your family.

George Allman
Chaplain, COPS
North Texas
Survivor, and Father
James Allman 1995

Chaplain George Allman
Concerns Of Police Survivors

January 29, 2007

A true hero,,,,,,, May you Rest in Peace,,,,,,

Officer Thomas Wiederhold #1890
Fort Worth Police,Tx

January 29, 2007

Deputy Inzer,
You sacrifice will not be forgotten. You and your family are in our prayers. Rest Easy Brother!

Dep. Paul Sperandeo, Ofc. Amy Spernadeo
Jefferson Parish Sheriffs Office, Gretna Police Dept. La.

January 29, 2007

Alan was the section leader of the McNeese trumpet section during my freshman year of 1985. I found him to be an encourager, and a good role model. He was a man of strong convictions with a humble spirit. I am honored to have known him. May the Lord bless his survivors during this time.

Rev. Ronney Partin

Rev. Ronney Partin
Former college classmate

January 29, 2007

Remember what you did was good and though you didn't make it, those cowards who shot you will have eternity to think about what you left behind, in their selfish moment of greed. Your sacrafice is not unoticed. I posted your story in the roll call room for others to read, I hope we can all learn something from this. Rest in peace Alan.

"You can kill a man but you can't kill an idea."
-Medgar Evers

Paramedic, #211
Metro EMS, Twin Cities

EMT-Paramedic, #211
Metro EMS, Twin Cities

January 29, 2007

Rest in Peace sir, God will protect and comfort your family and friends....

PFC Kyle Penman-Motor Squad
City of Fairfax PD, VA

January 29, 2007

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