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

We pause to mourn the death of Deputy Inzer and honor his memory. Our thoughts, prayers, and deepest sympathies, go out to his family, friends, and all the members of his department.

May God comfort each of you.

Major D.W. Warren
Montgomery Police Dept. - Montgomery, AL

January 26, 2007

May God's peace and comfort be with your family in their grief. We also grieve as your brothers and sisters in law enforcement and know you are at peace guarding heaven's gates. Rest in peace my brother

Cpl. Dan Chason
ULMPD Monroe Louisiana

January 26, 2007

My thoughts and prayers are with those who knew and now miss
Deputy Inzer.

May God lay His healing hands upon the family.

Retired Captain Joe L. Gilliland
Danville, KY PD

January 26, 2007

Deputy Inzer you are a hero. Thank you for your service to your fellowman. God bless you and your loved ones. May God grant your loved ones the strength to endure during this difficult time. Rest in peace my brother.

State Constable J.L. Green
S.C. State Constables

January 26, 2007

You exemplify what it means to be a Law Enforcement Officer. Most people don't understand that our jobs don't end at the end of a shift. Thank you for your years of service to your community. Your family is in our hearts and prayers. Rest in peace my brother.

Officer Ingenito
NYS Unified Court System

January 26, 2007

To all that knew him, he was a great guy. I will miss him and his humor. Alan was very dedicated to his job and his friends. If you needed help with something or just a friend to talk to, he would always be there. It takes cowards to shot a man down like a animal, because if they would have tried to fight him they would have lost that battle. He was strong as an bull. I will miss you Alan. May you rest in peace. Craig.

Sgt. Craig Thibodeaux
Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office

January 26, 2007

may god bless deputy inzer and his family as well as all his friends and co-workers.

deputy
fairfield county s-o lancaster,ohio

January 26, 2007

Dear Sir,

Mr. Inzer, you're obvious dedication to protecting the public is evident by your decision to pursue these individuals without hesitation. It is apparent to all that your loss is significant; to your family, to your brothers in blue; to the community you have served and protected. Rest in peace sir, know that you have good friends who precede you, those who will follow and those who will heed the example you have left, always on duty, always a hero, as you will be remembered. You are not alone in your journey. Thank you for your service fine sir, I extend my hand to you in gratitude.

Michael Dishno
Wisconsin

January 26, 2007

R.I.P. Deputy Inzer, you will never be forgotten.

Deputy Sheriff
EPSO (Colorado)

January 26, 2007

May you rest in peace my brother.


Manatee County Sheriff's Office

January 26, 2007

I had the opportunity to know and work with Deputy Alan Inzer during my tenure at the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office. I must say that Alan always presented himself in a professional and dedicated manner. He took pride in his work, and demonstrated a true passion for law enforcement.

I believe that Alan will be missed by all that knew him and were acquainted with him, both professionally and personally. His untimely death is a tragic loss. The pain of losing a loved one, co-worker and friend is very hard. Whether a death is the result of natural causes, or like Alan, the result of trying to protect the property and lives of others, it is difficult to accept and let go.

There are no words that can ease the pain that Alan's family, friends and the entire community are experiencing right now. None of us know when and how our hour may come. We can never be prepared for that knock on the door or that unexpected telephone ring. We just have to remember what Alan stood up for, and try to continue his legacy.


To The Inzer Family

My New Job

I am on a mission, like none before.
I know that you will miss me, but grieve no more.
I have always been a hard worker with plenty to do.
Now, I am working for God to prepare a place for you.

My Resume' was reviewed, and my name was called.
I accepted the position to help us all.
I know that it may seem difficult because it is a new start.
Just remember that I am with you always in your heart.

God has given me a wonderful job with time to rest.
I am excited because I know that God only hires the best!
So, please don't cry out of disappointment and pain.
Because I know that someday we will meet again.

Please do not copy without prior permission from Kathy Lewis-Jackson
Written by: Kathy Lewis-Jackson

Kathy A. Lewis-Jackson
Former Deputy Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office

January 26, 2007

This man is why we are free...why we have families...why we love instead of hate...he is why we are America.

Corporal Jeff Johnson
Jeff. County Ky. S.O.

January 26, 2007

TO YOU



THE SWEETEST VOICE

I EVER HEARD,

COULD BE HEARD

WITHOUT A SINGLE WORD.



THROUGH YOUR SMILE

WE COULD TELL,

WHAT YOU WOULD SAY

WITHOUT FAIL.



A HEART OF GOLD

A MIND SO SWEET

THEY’D KNOW THIS,

WHEN YOU’D FIRST MEET.



BUT THAT MORNING AS THE SUN

AROSE INTO THE SKY,

I’M SURE THAT WE COULD

HAVE SEEN YOU RISING HIGH.



FOR THE LORD HAD RESERVED FOR YOU

A SPECIAL PLACE,

WHERE YOUR FAMILY WAS WAITING TO GREET

YOUR ANGEL FACE.



THERE YOU SHALL BE THROUGHOUT ETERNITY—

SO UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN.

I BID YOU FARE-WELL MY FRIEND.



THANK YOU FOR YOUR SWEET SMILE

AND WARM HEART—

FOR IN OUR SOULS, WE SHALL NEVER PART.



SO AFTER OUR TEARS

WE SHALL SEE YOU

AFTER OUR YEARS.



By Kari


Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office

January 26, 2007

Dear Family,Friends and Co-Workers of Deputy Inzer,
My deepest sympathy is with you today,along with my prayers that God will hold you in His hands in the day's to come. My heart is hurting with you, as only one who has walked this road before you,can feel the shock,the pain and the emptiness that you are going through.
Deputy Inzer, your "Blue Line" family will keep your memory alive in our hearts, as Hero's never die. Sir, I salute you for your ultimate sacrifice, for giving your life in service to us. May you rest in the arms of God.
Family, Alan now patrols the streets of Heaven,and he will be keeping watch over you in the days,months and years to come.
Alan, I know your brothers and sisters in blue will not stop until they catch the one that comitted this terrible crime.
With Sympathy,Love and Prayers,
Carolyn Moore; mother-in-law:
Sgt. Jeffrey T. Hewitt EOW 04-04-04
Asheville,N.C.

Carolyn Moore

January 26, 2007

As a long time friend, fellow commrade and someone we considered a member of our family, Alan immulated the true meaning of the BADGE.

B = Bravery
A = Attitude
D = Dedication
G = God
E = Empathy

He reflected this in many ways; his smile, his laugh, his sense of wit and humor, by his willingness to helping others--but most of all by his commitment and personal convictions.

My friend/my brother, may you rest in peace in God's loving arms. May your family, freinds and fellow officers be comforted as they reflect on your many years of service. May none forget that your tour of duty has not ended; it's only just begun.

Jim, Tammy, Sarahann, Katelynn and Austin

Jim McCartney
CPSO Reserve Division / U.S. Department of Energy SPR

January 26, 2007

Deputy Inzer you are a real hero, your dedication and sacrifice will never be forgotton. Thank you for your will to pursue evil no matter what the cost.
I read a quote years ago which made me decide to become a law enforcement officer.
" All that evil men need to succeed
is for GOOD MEN to do nothing."
You are that GOOD man.
May GOD bless you and your family.

Officer Siniscalchi
PPD VA

January 26, 2007

Rest in Peace. Always Remembered.

Dy M. Martin
St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Office LA

January 26, 2007

My deepest thoughts and prayers are with Deputy Sheriff Inzer's family, friends and co-workers. I was married to Alabama State Trooper Brian Nichols EOW 2/17/2002 and I am now married to Washington County Deputy Sheriff Aaron Carpenter. All of your COPS family is here for you and hurting for you. We all became a family when our loved ones became police officers and now we have even a stronger bond when one of our family members go down. We are here for you to help you along this journey you now have joined with us. God bless you all.

Denise Nichols Carpenter
Alabama State Trooper Brian Nichols EOW 2/17/2002

January 26, 2007

Deputy Inzer died trying to keep our streets safe and he paid the ultimate price. As my husband says, you are a officer 24/7. You will be remembered as a hero and never forgotten. Please help your fellow officers catch the cowards responsible for death.
Melissa


wife of a leo

January 26, 2007

I worked in the Lake Charles area for a few months last year. I didn't know Deputy Inzer but I was impressed by the professionalism of the department he worked for. I pray for his family and for the Calcasieu Sheriffs Office family. May God give all of you of you the strength to bring this human fecal matter to justice.

Andrew McGahey
Former Policeman

January 26, 2007

To the family of Deputy Inzer, your loss is felt by all officers in law enforcement; we are bound together with bonds that cannot be broken and the pain that is caused by such cowardly actions draws us closer so your heartache becomes ours. May God bring you healing in the days to come.

To fellow officers and friends, we know the possibility of danger is always there but we also know that in spite of it, we will walk that road and answer that call as it is our calling but it hurts no less. May God bring you healing in the days to come.

Mary P. Buck, Intelligence Analyst
Clarksville,TN Police Department

January 26, 2007

“REMEMBER ME”
Law enforcement officers are, indeed, a special breed of people. Ask anyone on the street and they will tell you that they would not have our jobs for anything in the world. It takes something special to do what we do and at the same time be able to even contemplate retirement. We try to be optimists. Unfortunately, there are a few of us who will never make that date with retirement. By the very nature of our job, we are at risk everyday of losing our lives, either at the hand of some deranged individual or in some other situation that we, by virtue of our occupation, may be unable to avoid. Some people have recognized the hazardous duties we involve ourselves in, the risks we take, and the pride we take in accomplishing that job. There is National Law Enforcement Week, dedicated to us who gladly accept the responsibility of protecting the citizens in our respective jurisdictions. National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Day is dedicated to those who gave their lives in the line of duty. These are but two examples of remembrances specifically for law enforcement personnel. Remembrances that come but once a year. We should remind fellow officers of another type of remembrance, one that will last a lifetime. Sooner or later, a doctor will pronounce us dead. It is inevitable. Regardless of whatever happens, death is the end we will all have to face.
“IT IS IN DEATH THAT WE CAN LIVE FOREVER”
Author Unknown

Jim Moore
New Orleans P.D., Retired

January 26, 2007

Rest in peace brother. Your dedication in your off duty shows what a true hero you are. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you, your family, and CPSO.

Sergeant
Ohio State Highway Patrol

January 26, 2007

Servant in Blue

They raise their right hand and swear on the book,
They are all so eager, there's no second look.
Their families so proud, a little bit scared,
The servant in blue, this life will be shared.
Shared with the poor, shared with the hurt,
Shared with the helpless, with death they will flirt.
These servants of peace will be kicked and knocked down,
It seems all to common, they work in your town.
They struggle for you at night while you sleep,
These folks wearing blue that you may not meet.
They speed, they take chances, responding to calls,
It may be you mother, or your son when he falls.
It could be you father, his heart stopped that day,
It could be your wife, while you are far away.
I've seen them all quiet when babies have died,
I've seen them break down, and watched as they cried.
And after the course that is finally done,
I've watched as their city put them on the run.
The walked sadly away, not even a glance,
These men and women loved by God, that served not by chance.
Well, I have remembered those serving in blue,
These soldiers who died, working for you.
They die from all causes that you may not know,
It comes to their hearts, their pain does not show.
They die from neglect and hidden abuse,
They make some mistakes, without an excuse.
Whatever their sins that you will not forget,
God loves them much, No price will be set.

Ivan

January 26, 2007

GOD BLESS YOU, YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR AGENCY. R.I.P. AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE SIR. NEVER FORGOTTEN!!

DETECTIVE LIONEL GARRETT
INGLEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT

January 26, 2007

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