Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Jason David Moszer

Fargo Police Department, North Dakota

End of Watch Thursday, February 11, 2016

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Reflections for Police Officer Jason David Moszer

Rest in peace my brother of blue.

Officer Rhodes
Maize, Kansas Police Department

February 12, 2016

May God hold you in his loving arms and welcome you to heaven like a hero. May God comfort you wife and children and all you family members. May he comfort your brothers and sisters in blue. Thank you for your service you are a true hero.

Tanya J. Berry
mother of deputy sheriff

February 12, 2016

My deepest sympathy to Deputy Rodgers' family and friends, as well as his brothers and sisters with the Boone County Sheriff's Department. Sad to see another hero lose his life in the line of duty. RIP bother.

Chief Deputy Steve Bennett
Iowa County Sheriff's Office

February 12, 2016

Go with God my brother. You will never be forgotten. May God provide comfort to his widow and his children and give them strength to get through this terrible time.

MotorOfficer Jim Bragg (Ret.)
Greenville City Police, Greenville, SC

February 12, 2016

Thank you for your service and dedication. Rest in peace brother.

Cpl. M. Davis #2614
Prince George's County Police

February 12, 2016

I am very sad to learn of the loss of a hero in Police Officer Jason Moszer. I know the the Lord has welcomed Officer Moszer where he now will patrol the golden streets of heaven. May God bless his family, friends and peers.

Retired TW Martinez
JJS STATE OF NEW MEXICO

February 12, 2016

Rest in peace Officer Moszer. I ask Our Heavenly Father to comfort and watch over your your family, friends and the Fargo Police Department. Thank you for 6 years of dedicated service. God's speed brother.

Chief Jack Cavanaugh
Lee County Port Authority Police Department

February 12, 2016

On behalf of the Westerville, Ohio Division of Police, our thoughts and prayers are with the immediate family of Police Officer Jason Moszer and the extended law enforcement family of the Fargo Police Department, North Dakota Police Department. Rest in Peace brother and watch over us.

I fight not for glory or fame, for they are momentary. I fight for those who can't. I fight for Justice. I fight for the oppressed and the down trodden. And if I should lose my life for these just causes, then I have no regrets, For I serve to protect the innocent. It matters not where or when, for evil knows no boundaries. Be it fire, flood, or the threat of tyranny, I will not flee. Justice is my weapon. Faith is my shield. Hope is my armor. Cry not at my passing, for it was my Honor to fight for you. Shed not tears of sorrow, But tears of joy, for now, I stand with God.

By Jon F. Hooper

"Greater love hath no man than this; that a man lay down his life for his friends."

Chief Joe Morbitzer
Westerville, Ohio Division of Police

February 12, 2016

God Bless Officer Moszer's Wife, Children and Family, Fargo PD, and Friends as they mourn and reflect. Lord put Your Arms around them and protect them until that time they may all meet again, where there is no hate or discontent. I pray we Thank the ones behind the badge and that they know we care before it comes to this.

Former Police

February 12, 2016

To the family of Officer Moszer and the police family at FPD: No words I can say will relieve your grief, so I'm praying the God of all peace and comfort will extend both to each of you. My heart breaks for your families and the loss you now know. May Officer Moszer rest in peace.

Chaplain Mark Campbell
Morristown TN Police Department

February 12, 2016

The National Police Wives Association would like to extend their heartfelt prayers to the family of Officer Moszer and the Fargo Police Department during this time. Thank you, Officer Moszer, for your service.

Administration
National Police Wives Association

February 12, 2016

Off Moszer, may you rest in peace our brother. You will never be forgotten.

Sgt Richard Eckert
Town of Chester Police Dept

February 12, 2016

Rest in Peace Officer Moszer. May God comfort and bless your family.

Jeanne Guldager
Mom

February 12, 2016

OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILY OF OFFICER MOSZER, AND ALL THOSE WHO MOURN THE LOSS OF OFFICER MOSZER .
OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME.
HIS SERVICE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED IN YOUR COMMUNITY AND HIS DEEDS NEVER FORGOTTEN.
GOD BLESS

Ret Officer David Herbert
Toronto Police Service, Ontario Canada

February 12, 2016

RIP Brother.

Inv. Bowman
Dare Co. Sheriff's Office, NC

February 12, 2016

R.I.P. BROTHER Moszer!!!

Nebraska Police Officer

February 12, 2016

Rest in peace, brother.

Officer Adam Bray
The Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia

February 12, 2016

Never Forgotten

Senior Officer Chamberlin & Family
Pullman Police Dept.

February 12, 2016

May God bless you and keep you in his Gracie's forever. You made the ultimate sacrifice.

Joe Neary retired officer
Montebello, CA

February 12, 2016

I did not know Jason, but knew people who knew him. I came across this on facebook. This was written by someone by the name of Jacob Rued, who was a coworker of Jason. My prayers are with his family, he died a HERO.

My last day with Jason.

"This is it." The first thing I said to him on Tuesday. Tuesday was Jason and I's last day working together. We had both known it for sometime. He was going to the day shift next week. I was happy for him. He had just told me how he was excited to be able to spend more time with his family now. He'd also said how he was nervous because he'd never had a "day job". I was also sad,and had told him that, because I was losing my mentor. I had worked almost every shift with Jason since graduating PTO. We were district partners, and now beat partners. "District 4 it"

I always knew no matter how Fubar a call was, I could look to him for advice. He'd been there. Done that.

Tuesday started out slow. Jason and I had sat together at the substation looking at computers. He knew I knew computers, so it was my job to figure it out. His wife wanted "one of those all-in-ones". I talked him into a laptop. He wanted a computer with "1.21 gigawatts" of power. We got distracted, and were now watching Back to the Future clips. We did find the right computer though. Thanks to Rachel.

Later I chased a suspect alone on foot, eventually arresting him at taser point. Jason had heard my strained shout on the radio as I ran. "I need more squads!". Jason was the first one on scene. I was just picking my guy up off the ground in an alley when Jason ran up to me and said "Are you okay?!"

Later that night as I was working on a credit fraud, I had called Jason for advice on the report. He answered in our typical sarcastic humor.. "...Dommminooos Pizza!". Jason always knew the "no nonsense" way of doing a report.

At the end of the night, we sat together alone at the station, griping as we usually did about something stupid we had dealt with that night. Jason stopped and told me how he was worried I would become jaded or grumpy as people sometimes thought he was. "You know I am worried about you. You sound too much like me." We laughed.

He went on to say I was going to have to step up to fill his shoes on evenings. "I don't care how young you are. You know what you're doing. You need to step up now." I laughed it off. He laughed and said, "Rued, I'm serious."

As we were walking to our cars in the lot to go home. Jason, walking next me, said "Well Rued, I wish I could say it's been fun." We both laughed. He held out his hand. I took it and pulled it in. We hugged. "Haha, I'm not going anywhere" he said. "I know, but I'm still going to miss you. And I'm still sad".

That was the last thing we did and said to each other. Exactly 24 hours later I was crying and holding his hand in the hospital. I said goodbye once again. He couldn't. He didn't need to. We'd already done it.

That sounds like a movie, but that is reality. That all happened. In one day.

Life is fragile. Appreciate your life, and life of people you love.

Appreciate what is sacrificed for you to live in this society. It's not free, and it's sure not easy.

kahlor
former mandan pd officer.

February 12, 2016

RIP brother

Deputy Zak Rodgers
Boone County Sheriffs Dept

February 12, 2016

REST IN PEACE BROTHER. YOU ARE A TRUE HERO.

Deputy Jamie Davis
Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Office

February 12, 2016

God be with you, your family and your agency. I will pray and reflect on your call to duty and your commitment to the people of Fargo.
Blessed are the chosen. You came as a Sheepdog! God Speed!

Native Fargo-an.

Honorably Retired Lt., Kelly J. Cain
Carlsbad Police Dept., Carlsbad, CA

February 12, 2016

May the good lord welcome you with open arms, for you have done your job well.

Chaplain Douglas J. Maykowski
Fraternal Order Of Police Lodge #187 Mt. Clemens Michigan.

February 12, 2016

Rest in Peace Officer Jason Moszer. Thank You for your Service and Sacrifice.

I Pray for Peace for your Family, Friends and Co-Workers. I also Pray that the hounds of hell forever gnaw at the flesh of your murderer.

Amen

Senior Special Agent B.L. Sherwood
Port Terminal Railroad Police Houston,TX

February 12, 2016

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