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

Rest easy friend, may God Bless you and your family.

MA2 Matthew Catherwood
US Navy Veteran (US Navy Police)+

May 7, 2007

I am so sorry for your loss. To the family, coworkers, and fellow officers of Deputy Inzer, know that you are not alone in this time of mourning. We all mourn with you as if he were our own son, our own husband, our own coworker. He is not and will never be forgotten.


Wife of an officer

May 4, 2007

Rest in peace Deputy, We'll take it from here.

Ofc. Michael Cavett
Gainesville Police Department

May 4, 2007

I didn't know you personally but I met you once from what I am told. You were recognized as a wonderful person who gave their all in everything that you did. For that reason you are alot of peoples hero. You didn't have to bother with those criminals off the clock but you were so dedicated to your job that you took the call anyways. That is what makes an officer. You had many plans in your future although you won't be there you will always be with your friends and family not in body but in soul. Thanks for your service and your ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. EOW January 25, 2007

Deputy Ashley Hohensee
Calcasieu Parish SO/Dispatch

April 30, 2007

I was a friend of Alan while in high school. His father and mine were band directors. Alan was a fun guy to be around. I am so saddened to hear of this happening to Alan. My sympathy to Alan's family. May God give you his peace.

Allison White Greenup
friend

April 25, 2007

Alan for only knowing you for a year has made me have a new outlook on my career and life. you always knew how to keep spirits high and never had anything bad to say. for all that you have taught me i thank you. and when i woke that morning and found out it was you that paid the price for us all i knew that you were doing what you loved.

for all those who fear and run scared there is always one who stands out and stands strong and behind those. they will fight and back up the fearfull. they are the firstinto the fight and the last to leave.

from a friend and a fellow brother in blue you will be missed by many

deputy matthew thomas
calcasieu so

April 15, 2007

IN REMEMBERANCE OF A FELLOW DEPUTY. THANK YOU.

DEP. ANTHONY PESHOFF
CPSO

April 15, 2007

I can still remeber the day we met, it was like it was yesterday. We always had good times while working on the sea turtle crew. I will never forget our duck hunts at Sabine NWR and the fishing trips to Big Woods.

Rest easy my friend!

You will be missed and remembered as a hero and a freind!

I will keep on open spot in the blind and an extra rod in the boat always!!!

Sean Kinney
Biologist Supervisor
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries
Toledo Bend Research Station


Coworker, hunting and fishing partner, and friend

April 11, 2007

I am deeply sadden to have just heard of Alan's passing. I too stood proudly beside Alan in the PRIDE OF MCNEESE MARCHING BAND trumpet line. I also was honored to play with Alan in several high school honor bands. Alan was a great musician and leader. He was always there to encourage those less talented (me) to keep striving to be better. I wish to send my condolenses to Alan's family. They should be very proud of his accomplishments.

Rest easy my brother your tour is complete.

Motor Officer John Harrison
Coral Springs Fl. PD

April 7, 2007

Alan, I know that Billy and John escorted you to your new job, watching over your fellow brothers and sisters in law enforcement. You are the third deputy that I had hope I would never know in my life time to pay the ultimate sacrifice in the performance of their duties. All three of you will not be forgotten. May you be in peace.

Cpl J. Savoy
CPSO

April 6, 2007

My deepest sympathies to you in this time of loss. Know that officers and their families from across the nation mourn with you and are remembering you daily in thoughts and prayers. With each day you will become stronger, and with HONOR and PRIDE you will remember your loved one who put his life on the line to protect the lives of so many others. My heart goes out to you.

Sincerely,
Carla H. Lyon, widow of Asst. Chief Deputy Keith Lyon, EOW 05.09.06, Knoxville, TN

April 5, 2007

We take life for granted sometimes. Each morning we need to be sure that we hug our family members, because you never know if you will see them again. A friend of mine passed away and on their tombstone is a saying that often helps me. It says "Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal". When I get to heaven I am going ask a lot of questions, but the one I am mainly want to know the answer to is WHY THEM!!!!!!!!!!? I pray that everyone who has ever lost a loved one or will ever lose a loved one takes the time to hug, kiss and express their love for them. We only have one life to live and we need to forgive those who have hurt us or even has betrayed us. Sometimes we are the only Bible people read, so our actions say a lot about who were are. It is easier said than done, but if we don't do it, if we wait for someone else to do the forgiving, it may never get started. My prayers are with everyone and their families who has lost someone. I don't need to know your name, the Lord knows who you are. May God be with everyone

Bonnie Dickson
Prayer Warrior

Bonnie Dickson
Prayer warrior

March 30, 2007

I love my son and miss him so much.

Barbara Inzer
Mother

March 27, 2007

I would like to say it was a great honor working and hanging out with you Alan. To all the people that read this; this man was a true hero. It is hard to put into words the kind of person Alan was, he was just a stand up guy in so many ways. You will be forever missed by us here at the Coast Guard Boat Division. Next time we meet I will bring the donuts bud.

Fare Winds and Following Seas

BM2 Ryan Abshear and Crew
U.S. Coast Guard
Lake Charles.

BM2 Ryan Abshear
U.S. Coast Guard

March 12, 2007

To the family of Deputy Inzer,

Never let him be forgotten; speak his name at every opportunity, reflect on his life as often as possible, and remember; "He is a hero for how he lived, not for the way he died". Heroes live forever.

In memory of:
Deputy Shane R. Bennett, HCSO
E.O.W. 6-12-02
"If love could have saved them, they would have lived forever"

Ron Bennett
Surviving Parent

March 12, 2007

I am extremely saddened to hear of Alan's passing. He and I were in marching band together back in the mid 80's at McNeese and was very serious and led by example his musicianship and leadership roles for all of us. He was very kind to everyone...My prayers are with Alan's family during this time.

Musically,
Tommy Juarez,
Colorado Springs, CO

Tommy Juarez
Former member of THE PRIDE OF MCNEESE Marchng Band

March 4, 2007

May God bless you at this very difficult time. You are in my prayers.
Carol

Carol Ancell
Friend of Barbara Inzer

February 27, 2007

Time to Learn

The hand is cold
that once held mine.
I can't believe you've really left this world behind,
I can't wait,
I can't hope,
I'll get over this in time.

"It takes time to learn
when someone's gone for good,
their not coming back
like you wish they would.
In the empty hours,
when you miss them so,
then it's time to learn
to let them go."

Your last hours
we never knew,
we never had the chance
to say goodbye to you,
Words unsaid and things undone,
we just begun
and now we'll never see them through.

I recently heard these words sung on a cd - and am still learning that it takes time, maybe a lifetime, may your pain be eased in time. God be with you

Mother of officer Lamm EOW 1-1-98

February 27, 2007

I met Alan while going to college McNeese State University, and was very inspirational and motivational in and out of class. A great man is gone but will never be forgotten. Just wish more people would have integrity and bravery of Alan...

Matthew Cedars
Dept of Army Police Ft. Polk,La

February 26, 2007

Rest In Peace

Best wishes to the family of the incredible hero.

Mckenzie 12 years old

February 26, 2007

To the family of Deputy Alan Inzer.
I know the pain you are feeling at this time. My thoughts and prayers are with the Inzer Family and the Calcasieu Parish Sheriffs Office. You'll have lost a true hero and we also lost a hero in Assumption Parish. There are no words to ease the pain that you'll are feeling. I will pray for your family's loss as I pray for mine each night.
Marlene Newchurch
Tee of Sgt. Jeremy Newchurch EOW 3/01/2006

February 21, 2007

Aloha. What a brave person you were. Taking on all those guys. You are truly a protector of the people. Bless your family and friends during these hard times. You will not be forgotten. Mahalo.

DS2/ WALL
Hawaii Sheriffs

February 20, 2007

GOD bless your family and department. May you rest in peace.

"The thin blue line keeps getting thinner...."

Senior Officer D. W. Reichhardt
Waverly, Va. PD

February 13, 2007

To the family of Deputy Sheriff Alan Inzer: I'm so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Our sons live forever in our hearts. God Bless.

Terri Cook
Mother of Officer Thomas Cook EOW 9.27.06

February 13, 2007

Deputy Inzer,
God bless you and your service. You are a true hero and will never be forgotten. To your wife and family, take comfort in knowing you all are in my prayers.

North Carolina LEO
Winston-Salem Police Department

February 11, 2007

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