Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Sergeant Michael Andrew Boehm

United States Department of the Interior - United States Park Police, U.S. Government

End of Watch Friday, December 16, 2011

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Reflections for Sergeant Michael Andrew Boehm

You served with honor and integrity, Mike, and you will always be in our hearts. We'll take good care of your family and will do our best to live up to the example you set. May the angels carry you to a place where you can watch over your brothers and sisters in blue you left behind. You are missed.

Chief Teresa Chambers
United States Park Police

December 17, 2011

My family and I wish to extend our deepest sympathy and prayers to the family, friends, co-workers, and agency of Sergeant Boehm, a warrior who has been taken from us far too soon. We will carry on for you...

Sergeant Mike Allen (Retired)
California Highway Patrol

December 17, 2011

One visits this memorial to honor our Brothers and Sisters; we leave words of fondness, love, sympathy, and rememberence, to these fallen Warriors, from agencies far and wide -

However, when one visits this memorial for a fallen friend; it is a personal sadness, not set aside.

I hoped to never vistit this memorial for a friend again, yet tonight, I visit it for you, Mike. Today I honor another Warrior who has touched my life, and the lives of so many others. Much like Hakeem, you had a way about you that was so inviting - his smile - your caring - so much I have learned from you both.

I am sad tonight; yet I am proud - proud to have known you, proud to have learned from you, and proud to have served with you. Your character, honor, and integrity, will follow me through my days with the Force, and you will always be remembered.

To Mikes family and friends, my deepest sympathies and prayers - know that his mark has been left - on me, and many, many others. Mikes legacy will live on through all of us - I am blessed to have been touched by such a great man.

Sgt Huther
US Park Police, SFFO

December 17, 2011

You served with honor and integrity, Mike, and you will always be in our hearts. We'll take good care of your family and will do our best to live up to the example you set. May the angels carry you to a place where you can watch over your brothers and sisters in blue you left behind. You are missed.

Chief Teresa Chambers
United States Park Police

December 17, 2011

Father in Heaven comfort Sergeant Boehms wife and son during his untimely death. Let it be known he was a hero, he died in the process of doing one's duty. His service will never begotten and may God help his family and co-workers find contentment through Christ our Savior. In Jesus name, Amen...


Rest in Peace. A hero you were and a hero you will always be. Gone but never to be forgotten.

William Pennywitt
Former Sheriff's dept. affiliate

December 17, 2011

RIP Sgt. Boehm. My prayers are with your family and friends. Thank you for your service.

K. J.
Patrol

December 17, 2011

His heart was so big, he couldn't take the suffering of another. God bless his family and may they always know the sacrifices he gave to be of service.

Officer N. Stucking
Atlanta Police Department

December 17, 2011

Another fellow, Federal Officer Down! And just before the new year. Rest well Sergent Boehm!

Officer Lynn Anderson
Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Alexandria LA

December 17, 2011

R.I.P Sergeant Michael Boehm. Blessed are the Peacekeepers! God needs special Angels in Heaven right now. To your family, my condolences.

Police and EMS Telecommunications
Palacios PD, TX./Matagorda Co. EMS

December 17, 2011

Sgt Boehm, you were indeed a very special person and you will be missed. Thank you for you service.

Ofc Williams
USPP

December 17, 2011

Rest in peace brother, we have the watch now. Thank you for your many years of service. God bless your wife and son as well as friends and co-workers in time of tragic loss. I have no doubt you died doing what you loved to do.

Donnie Meaders, Deputy Sheriff
Seminole County (OK) Sheriff's Office

December 17, 2011

Rest in peace, brother.

Deputy.Jake DeVries
Ottawa County Sheriffs Office

December 17, 2011

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