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

gone but never forgotten....

Bo
friend

January 25, 2011

Hello brother -
I wish so that we could talk again. I miss you always. Please watch over Eddie B for me.

Rhonda
Sister

August 8, 2010

I miss your smile and sense of humor, We ALL miss you Alan

Det. Dennis Miller
Calcasieu S.O.

June 7, 2010

Thinking of you and all of your loved ones on this day. Continue to watch over all of your loved ones and close friends. You are a true hero and heroes never die. You will never be forgotten.

Bob Gordon
Father of Chicago Officer: Michael P. Gordon, EOW: 8/8/04

January 25, 2010

I still miss you amigo. - Bo

Bo
friend

January 24, 2010

Godspeed Deputy Inzer as we mark the third anniversary of your passing and heroic efforts.

For the family, friends and department, please remember how Deputy Inzer lived his life, how that made him remarkable...not how he died

Special Agent
U.S. Government

January 22, 2010

Brother, this month has been three years since your death. We will place a wreath at the National Law Enforcement Memorial for you this weekend. It isn't much, but is a small symbol of you and of our loss. I love you.

Rhonda
Sister

January 22, 2010

Happy Birthday Alan -- we were thinking of you.

January 5th

Anonymous

January 7, 2010

Remembering you on this Thanksgiving Day. Your memory is honored and revered and I thank you for your service.

I pray for solace for all those who love and miss you. The hurt of losing a beloved family member never goes away and losing a child is surely life's greatest sorrow...both the pain and pride are forever. I am sure you are proud of all the good work your mother does to help other survivors.

Rest in Peace.

Phyllis Loya
mother of fallen officer Larry Lasater

November 26, 2009

I know we talk in my dreams.
I still can't believe you are gone.
Your passing ultimately makes me unafraid of death.
I know you will be one of my loved ones that greets me when I get to Heaven.
Until we meet again,
Yours Sincerely

Anonymous

October 2, 2009

Rest easy Deputy...

"Blessed are the peacekeepers, for they will be called the sons of God" Matthew 5:9

James Clendening
Glades County Sheriff's Office, FL

August 19, 2009

The wicked flee where no man pursueth, but the righteous are bold as a lion.
Proverbs 28:1

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your friends and family. May God bless and keep them.

Friend of Off. Kris Fairbanks RIP 9-20-08

K.L.

March 6, 2009

Well its been 2 long years, but know you are still in my thoughts daily. Knowing you was truly a blessing. Your smile was infectious. You will always be a hero to me no matter how many years go by. Keep watching over us and rest in peace. Help me to understand how Pegues got off with manslaughter because I am having a very hard time with that. with love, your friend

Anonymous

February 27, 2009

Forgive me for missing the anniversary of your E.O.W., but I felt as though I could not continue to read about so many tragedies. I now realize the visit each day to leave a word of encouragement and hope to the loved ones of others, helps me to remember that I am not alone with my pain and heartbreak. So may I say to your friends and loved ones that my thoughts and prayers are with them now and always. Continue to keep watch over them and those still out on patrol and may they know you will never be forgotten.

James Sheppard
Father of Sgt. Jason L. Sheppard EOW 12/7/06

February 19, 2009

Today I got an email from COPS telling us of the verdict in the trial of the man who killed you. As survivors of other officers who were also killed in the line of duty we were asked to fax letters or emil to the judge in the case to ask for the maximum punishment. After I came here and read your story, and finished crying, I did that. No reasonable person would believe that someone who would shoot another person 4 or 5 times did not mean to kill. It is unbelievable that a jury would find them guilty of only manslaughter.

We will pray for you and your family and that justice be done.

Gloria Prince
Mother of
Beaumont Policeofficer Lisa Beaulieu
EOW 4/27/07

Gloria Prince

February 2, 2009

well brother.....it's been 2 years....and some of us still think about you all the time.....more than you could ever imagine.....while others have certainly forgotten....your true friends are very disappointed with the jury verdict and the response from some of our "friends" and elected officials.....they dismissed it like it was a failed millage tax....gone are the old school days when someone would hang for lesser offenses....the message was loud and clear from the jury....you can kill a police officer in calcasieu parish and not even get convicted of murder.....what happened to this world?.....the thin blue line is getting grayer and grayer.....i'm not even sure there is a line anymore....and most people seem ok with it.....some of your "friends" didn't even interrupt their daily schedules to go by the courthouse and show their support.....that is not the brotherhood we knew....that is not the brotherhood some of us still know.....the world was a better place because of people like you.....the world could use more people like you.....in times like these the world could use more heroes......you are still our hero.....we still love you and miss you brother.....some of us will never forget......

Anonymous

January 27, 2009

Sometimes I wonder why I come here night after night and read these sad, sad stories. I can't understand why anyone would choose to serve in law enforcement and yet, at the same time, shudder to think what it would be like if no one volunteered to do it. I am not naive enough to think all law enforcement personnel have integrity, but the majority of the ones I've read
about here have my admiration. I just can't imagine the courage it takes to put your life on the line each and every day you serve. And thank you just doesn't seem to cut it. I wrote the following 5 years ago and for lack of anything better to say, I'll repeat it.
Remembering you on the anniversary of your death. May God comfort
all those who are still grieving your passing. Life is difficult at times
and the Lord Jesus wants to help carry our burdens. He gives us many
beautiful promises in His Word to help us through our valleys. I pray you
will feel His presence and know His peace. God bless!
Lynn Kole
Bellingham, WA

Anonymous

January 25, 2009

Dear brother Alan - Happy birthday today. I miss you.

Love, Rhonda

Rhonda
Sister

January 5, 2009

Alan,
If I remember correctly my co-worker, Maggie and I, both met you after Hurricane Rita out at Calcasieu Point Landing, both she and I with video camera in hand. We were waiting to head out into the marsh to get a video history of the damage inflicted on both Calcasieu and Cameron Parish. Two very gracious deputies, boats, and lots of MRE's having to chauffeur two civilian ladies, one of them very prissy by nature, asking only that you keep her from getting dirty while getting the footage she needed. Yes, it's me Molly, the only one you ever heard saying ooh out in the marsh when I would get my hands dirty or worse, wet if my hat was blown off my head and into the water!

I heard of your passing from a mutual friend while standing behind a camera taping! Until meeting you and your co-workers in the Marine Division of CPSO I have never really known a law enforcement officer but, I have had respect for all that you do. Your loss has only intensified that feeling for you and all of the deputies of the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office. Maggie and I will always miss your infectious laugh and beautiful smile, especially when I wanted you to look into my camera! Please keep watch over your fellow co-workers and don't let them get hurt!

Molly Morgan
Calcasieu Parish Government Channel
C-GOV
July 19, 2008

Molly Morgan
Friend @ C-GOV

July 19, 2008

Well Alan.....I was sitting on a Dock up on the west fork the other day with a special friend of yours, telling stories about you, me, and others...we laughed so hard and cried. Man you still give us strength to carry on....You are loved and missed with broken hearts........keep us strong, Alan.....

VICE DET. Chris Romero
Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Dept.

July 5, 2008

Alan,
I can not believe it has been over a year now, it feels like it was just yesterday.
January 25, 2008, little did I know that when I responded to the call of shots fired on Richard St, would chance my life forever, and I would be investigating the death of a fellow Officer.
You are a true friend and will be missed...
Watch over and protect us from Heaven..while we continue the battle here on earth.
You will always remain in our hearts....You are a TRUE HERO

Det Lecia McCullough
Lake Charles Police Department

May 11, 2008

On May 9th 2008 i will be participating in the Law Enforcement Memorial Bicycle Unity Tour. Our leg of the ride is from Liberty State Park, N.J. to the Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C. for Police Week. The ride is 300 miles and takes 4 days. The ride benifits the memorial fund through fund raising efforts by the participants. Over 450 police officers from NJ will be participating.

I will be honoring and representing Sheriff Inzer during my ride. I will be wearing a blue metal bracelet with his name and E.O.W. date on it. I have two of these such bands and am currently wearing one until we leave. Upon my arrival in Washington, i hope to meet this Hero's surviving family at the candlelight vigil and present them with one of these bracelets.

My thoughts are with your survivors and i wish them strength during this difficult time.

Detective Michael Ciampi
Edison N.J. Police Department

April 24, 2008

Deputy Alan, I did not know you but I now know your sister Rhonda. We are both at F.E. Warren AFB and somehow found out that we both lost our brothers to gun fire. You made the ultimate sacrifice in January 07 and my brother Kent Haws in December 07. It is my belief that you two must know each other in Heaven and be very busy. Like you, my brother was never off duty; he was born to be a warrior and died a hero. You now have my brother's back in heaven and I will be a friend to your sister here on earth. Chemene Haws

Chemene Lorentz (Haws)
Friend of his Sister

March 21, 2008

Alan, It's hard to believe that it's been over a year. It seems like yesterday that we were sitting around talking about taking a trip to Mexico to go diving. I guess we thought we would always have time to do it. I regret that we didn't. Your dedication is something to be proud of brother. I've served as part of an honor guard for too many funerals over the years. But yours was by far the hardest. How do you say good-bye to a friend? I hope we made you proud.
Ms. Inzer, although I didn't know you personally, I want to express my sympathy to you. I'm so sorry you lost your son, but hopefully you can get some comfort by knowing that you gained many more "sons" and "daughters" in blue. We are here for you. I know I told Amanda, but I want to make sure that you and your family know that if ya'll need anything, please don't hesitate to call.

"We sleep peacefully in our beds at night, because there are rough men ready to visit violence upon those who wish to harm us"

Alan, thank you for being one of those "rough men" and walking the thin blue line.
Semper Fidelis

Cpl. R.L. Miller
Lake Charles Police Dept

February 7, 2008

Please continue to watch over your family. My prayers are with them.

Sharon Atkins Identical Twin Sis of Norfolk Officer Sheila Herring EOW 01-16-03

Sharon Atkins

January 27, 2008

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