Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Trooper Trevor John Casper

Wisconsin State Patrol, Wisconsin

End of Watch Tuesday, March 24, 2015

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Reflections for Trooper Trevor John Casper

Rest in peace Trooper Casper. So young,heroic and honored!

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

May 25, 2020

I never knew you but your sacrifice is being honored, I am planting ten Red Pines, ten Balsam Firs and four Colorado Spruce.

When you plant a tree it lasts for many generations . If your family travels to Minnesota, I can be found on Facebook and I would be happy to take you to where they are planted.

Peter Palmer
BPPD and WCSO

April 4, 2020

5 years ago today Trevor. You are still missed greatly! Thank you for being our hero. I'm proud to wear the same uniform as you.

Sergeant Luke Kraemer
Wi State Patrol

March 24, 2020

Love and miss you every single day Trev.

Mom

March 24, 2020

Almost 5 years after your death and you're still known as a hero.

Jonathan Prunczik

March 23, 2020

Rest In Peace sir and thank you for your dedication. Your selfless act will never be forgotten. Your actions saved others from this ruthless evil man. May God bless and comfort your family and friends.

Clyde B. Moore-Captain retired
DEKALB County Police Department

October 18, 2019

Gone but your ultimate sacrifice will not be forgotten. RIP Trooper Casper.

TERRY F ZECH OFC RET
Department of Veterans Affairs Police Detroit Michigan

October 13, 2019

I was there in the pick n save parking lot. Such a brave trooper. I think of him a lot. His memorial by the store is awesome. He sees it from heaven. Rip trooper. Proud of your service

Sandy vanden hoogen
Fondulac resident

September 12, 2019

Your Red Pine has gone from seedling to 15" tall Trevor. I remember you every time I seek it out.

Peter Palmer Deputy, (retired)
WCSO

May 7, 2019

Train, train hard, think it , be it. Ever day as an officer is hard, you want to trust and believe.
Serving 18 years and I still haven't learned all there is to know about deception, it's challenging. God has graced military personnel, the blue, and red with the dedication to the badge. Wear it proud, strong and with valor. Knowing this day may always be your last. No day in a classroom can prepare for this. Strength grows in numbers. God bless Trooper and all our fallen brothers and sisters.

Officer Brand
RPD

March 24, 2019

Trooper Trevor Casper, your bravery and heroism protecting the community will forever be remembered and honored. Thoughts are with your family as you continue to watch over them.

Mother G Birkholz
Officer Craig Birkholz EOW 3/20/2011

March 21, 2019

Trevor Casper, your bravery just blows my mind. I want to be just like you, that is why I am joining the police department as soon as I can. We thank you for the sacrifice you made to keep your community, we've got it now, rest easy brother. Thank you to the Fon du Lac fire dept. for all you did on that day.

Jonathan Brady
Civilian
Police Supporter
13 Years old

February 2, 2019

Just finished watching your youtube tribute Trevor. You obviously was loved and admired by many. You were a brave young man willing to take on such a monster to protect your community. RIP Trooper Casper we got it from here.

Officer LW
Ferndale, WA Police Dept.

December 18, 2018

Wow i seen the video on you tube how terrible for anyone but so young. Trooper Casper thank you for your Service to your State,Community and Department Most of all thank you for your Ultimate Sacrifice in the line of Duty. The closeness and the hurt in those Troopers voices that were around you on this day helping you was Amazing. The young lady that graduated the academy with you can be heard telling you to stay with her while i am assuming she was holding you for your comfort how sweet. I hope that you watch over her and all the others on your department as their careers carry on.

Res.Sgt.Rudy Jones
Cuyahoga Falls Police,Ohio

September 27, 2018

John 5:28, 29 - "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out". I pray that everyone can find peace in knowing that we will see this officer as well as many others again in Paradise soon. Until then, please accept my condolences.

A.W. Montgomery
Concerned Citizen

September 6, 2018

Never forgotten, Trooper Casper. Thank you for your service. One brave, young Trooper.

Deputy Andrew Brown
Lancaster County Sheriff's Office, PA

August 21, 2018

RIP Gone to young, You are the defenition of a hero. You made the ultimate sacrifce to keep people safe.

Chris
Citizen

June 8, 2018

You will never be forgotten Trevor! Thank you for your bravery, we'll miss you. In valor there is hope.

Reserve Officer Kaleb Peterson
La Crescent Police Department

April 2, 2018

Rest IN peace Your brothers in blue got it from here may you watch over us from evil that harms us but give us wisdom to prosper us #346 You are in a better place

michael goodman
Future topeka police

March 26, 2018

Rest in peace my brother in a better world. Thank you for your service and sacrifice. May you watch over your loving family, and help them get through this horrible great loss of a true hero.

Lieutenant Ray Flores
NYPD (retired)

March 24, 2018

Another year, another year empty of the promises unfulfilled. You are dearly missed Trevor and not forgotten.

For your family, I've planted on Red Pine tree for each year of Trevor's too short life on my property in Brainerd, MN. They grow tall and strong just like your son.
God Bless.

Peter B. Palmer
Sheriff's Deputy, retired

February 22, 2018

My son, my Hero. I love you.

Debbie Casper
Mom

February 9, 2018

Trooper Casper was a man who was destined for greatness--on his very first day. May God grant his peace to his family. Where do we find such men?

Stan Jefferson
Citizen of Arizona

December 6, 2017

You displayed courage, professionalism and integrity as a Trooper. When an Officer dies our Nation loses part of our best sons or daughters. For that we should all cry tears of sadness. Rest easy young man, and God bless you.

Captain Mike McAllister
LCFD

November 7, 2017

Trooper Casper and family and his law enforcement family. I’m a police officer of 17 years in Alabama. I recently came across your story while looking up some training videos to show my new officers. Your story had quite an impact on me as I could see you did nothing wrong and everything right. Trooper Casper, you are truly a hero and there’s no telling how many lives you saved when you performed your duties better than how you were trained to handle. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to you and you immediate and extended family. My father was a Wisconsin state Police Officer in the 70’s. Trooper Casper, thank you sir for the sacrifice you made.

Hueytown PD Officer Alice Thompson
Hueytown PD Hueytown Alabama

October 23, 2017

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