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

Today America lost another hero..officer Moszer go patrol those streets of gold..we have it from here.. R,I.P. May GOD bless the family and friends..

Chief Marc Riley
Aragon Police Dept

February 12, 2016

Rest in peace, Deputy Geer. We admire your loyal and dedicated service and ultimate sacrifice for your community. You were such a courageous and honor bound individual, and you will never be forgotten. May the God of your salvation bring comfort and peace to your family and friends, and watch over them closely until you all are reunited.

David Odom
Brother of slain officer Leroy Odom Jr.
EOW 20 June 1972

February 12, 2016

May the family's fond memories help them through this difficult time.

Terry L. Vice
Patrol Officer (1979-1984)
Greeley PD

February 12, 2016

I am so sorry to hear this news. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends.

Stephanie Harris, LEOW - Spouse of Sgt, LAPD

February 12, 2016

A sad day in Law Enforcement. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time.

“ Policeman’s Prayer”

When I start my tour of duty God,
Wherever crime may be,
As I walk the darkened streets alone,
Let me be close to thee.

Please give me understanding with
Both the young and old.
Let me listen with attention
Until their story’s told..
Let me never make a judgment
In a rush or callous way,
But let me hold my patience
Let each man have his say

Lord if some dark and dreary night,
I must give my life,
Lord, with your everlasting love
Protect my children and my wife.

Sgt Leonard Galli
Exeter Borough Police Department Pennsylvania

February 12, 2016

Rest in peace, brother. You are not forgotten. You sir, are a true hero. Heaven awaits..

Deputy J. S. King
Waller County, Texas Constable Pct 2

February 12, 2016


My heart is filled with great sadness at learning of the lost of your loved one and fellow Officer.
We in the law enforcement community are a family, although our uniforms may be a different style and vary in color, a badge, shield or star may be pinned upon our chest.
Our areas of enforcement may vary but our goals are the same, to serve and protect our communities. We consist of many different agencies from across the nation, for we are: Municipal Police Officers, Sheriff's Deputies, State Police Investigators, State Highway Patrol Troopers, Conservation Police Officers, College Campus Police Officers, Correctional Officers and Federal Agents just to name a few.
We patrol small towns, large cities, college campuses, county roads, state highways, state prisons, county jails, state parks and the United States Borders.
Whether active duty or retired, we are one family, a Law Enforcement Family, the thin blue line of protectors, brothers and sisters bonded together by HONOR, SERVICE and PRIDE.
Daily we honor our fallen brothers and sisters never forgetting their sacrifice and the sacrifice of their families.
Daily our position is clear that we will Serve and Protect our communities without faltering and with no hesitation.
Daily we show pride in our chosen profession LAW ENFORCEMENT, for we willingly walk the line of good over evil facing the unknown with courage keeping our trust and faith in GOD.
We know that evil roam these streets and at any moment in the course of performing our duties the ultimate sacrifice might be required of us in the service to our community, for Law Enforcement is not a job but a calling and only a few will make the decision to commit to that calling to serve for some will give all that they have.
BLUE LIVES MATTER - If we don't respond to that call for help or investigate that suspicious subject or stop for that stranded motorist or rush to that call of shots fired then who will?
You did not die in vain.
You sacrificed your life in the service to the citizens in the City of Fargo in the State of North Dakota with HONOR, PRIDE and DISTINCTION.
I'm proud to have worn the uniform of a law enforcement officer like you did.
I'm proud to have pinned the badge upon my chest like you did.
I'm proud to have served and protected my community as you did.
I'm proud to call you my Brother!
I commend you my fallen brother for making the ultimate sacrifice in the performance of your duty.
For you left us doing what you chose to do.
Performing a job you were trained to do.
Upholding the oath you swore to do.
Most importantly doing what you loved to do.........Serving and Protecting your community with Honor and Pride making a better and safer place for us all.
Officer Moszer status..........Officer Moszer status.............. Officer Moszer status................Attention All Units............ Fargo Police Department, Police Officer Jason Moszer having served the citizens in the City of Fargo in the State of North Dakota with HONOR, PRIDE and DISTINCTION is now 10-42.
Rest in Peace my fallen Brother, YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN!!!

Senior Master Investigator Cardell L. Dobbins #188 (Ret.)
Illinois Secretary of State Department of Police District 01, Region 01

February 12, 2016

Condolences to your beloved wife and children, extended family, fellow Deputies of your department and all law enforcement from the local area, as well as those who support The Thin Blue Line. May perpetual light shine upon you. Rest in peace.

T. Huber, TSgt, USAF (retired)
Air Forcr Security Police (Law Enforcement)

February 12, 2016

Jason, you gave all you could to keep your community safe. may God bless you and provide solace and blessed comfort to your family, co workers and friends. You gave all.

J. Ezell, Major Indiana State Police Retd.

February 12, 2016

God rest his soul.

Sgt. Robert A. Henne/Retired
Jersey City PD

February 12, 2016


Dylan Feeney

February 12, 2016

Rest in peace Officer Moszer. My sincere condolences to your family and to your department. God speed as you now patrol the streets of gold.


February 12, 2016

My prayers to Jason's family, friends and Fargo PD.

Patrol Officer Jeff Lee
Nez Perce Tribal Police Department

February 12, 2016

Rest in peace brother. Today North Dakota lost a brother and a Hero. My prayers and thoughts go out to his family, along with his brothers and sisters in blue.

Deputy Christopher Cook
Williams County Sheriff's Office

February 12, 2016

My wife and I are very sad for Officer Moszer's family, friends and colleagues. Thank God for his service, and please comfort those he has left behind.

K-C McCann & Nancy Lyons
RCMP, Retired

February 12, 2016

My heart breaks every time I read of the death of another police officer. They put their lives on the line every day to protect people like me. May God protect his family and fellow officers. Now he walks with God.

an ordinary person

February 12, 2016

God bless you and your family. We will be here to carry on your patrol. Rest easy brother.

Deputy Dan Kensinger
Stark County Sheriff's Department, Dickinson ND

February 12, 2016

My heart goes out to Moszer 's family in blood and blue.May you find strength amount each other. A hero is never forgotten. RIP thank you for your service and ultimate sacrifice.

Officer Lana Sleeper
Burleigh County Sheriff Department, ND

February 12, 2016

Thank you for your service and ultimate sacrifice! Our thoughts, prayers, and hearts go out to your family and friends.

Darlene Newton
Friend of the Story County Sheriff's Office

February 12, 2016

RIP Brother

Deputy Anita Price
Bexar County Sheriff's Office, San Antonio, Texas

February 12, 2016

Rest in Peace...

Syracuse Police Dept, NY

February 12, 2016

Rest in peace, Officer Moszer. You deserve your divine reward.

May God comfort your family, friends, and fellow officers at this difficult time.

God bless and protect the Thin Blue Line that protects us all.

Private Citizen Kathryn Felts
Mother of & Family Member of Law Enforcement

February 12, 2016

May the Lord grant Officer Moszer tender mercies and be at peace.

God bless the his family and his fellow law enforcement family.

May he be remembered and honored as the hero that he was.

Weylin Wendt, USN (Ret), USAF Instructor
USAF Keesler AFB

February 12, 2016

As you departed the bonds of this earth and touched the face of God, know that the selfless service, commitment and dedication you had for your family, community, fellow officers and a grateful nation will never be forgotten.

May God comfort in this time of sorrow your family, your fellow officers and all those whose lives you have touched.

You have served your time in hell, now rest comfortably in the arms of God - We'll take it from here.

Capt. James Moore, Retired
Gardner, KS Police Department

February 12, 2016



Ret. TFC Theresa Medcalf
Ga State Patrol

February 12, 2016

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