Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Detective Jerry Ronald Walker

Little Elm Police Department, Texas

End of Watch Tuesday, January 17, 2017

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Reflections for Detective Jerry Ronald Walker

Rest with God Detective Walker. Your dedicated service and ultimate sacrifice will not be forgotten. Prayers for your family during this time in their lives.

retired police officer Bob Lester
Midland Texas Police Department

January 20, 2017

Rest in peace brother

Deputy Dunlap(ret)
Dallas Marshal's Tx

January 20, 2017

We will remember.

Eleanore D. Trupkiewicz
Proud Civilian Supporter of Law Enforcement

January 20, 2017

Our thoughts and prayers extend across the miles to our family, both blood and blue. We know your pain and grieve your loss. Though we cannot be with you as you begin the difficult journey ahead, please know we are with you in spirit. A loss to one is a loss to all. We pray that the Lord hold all of you in His hands and grant you peace in your hearts.

Detective Walker, your life, service, and sacrifice matter to us and will never be forgotten. Godspeed.

Erin Gibson-Darrow
Pikes Peak Region Peace Officers' Memorial

January 20, 2017

RIP Brother Jerry.

May God bless and be with your family, co-workers and friends at this very difficult time.

Inv. Bevenour
Gettysburg Police Dept.

January 20, 2017

To the family of Detective Jerry Walker, friends, Chief of Police Rodney Harrison and the Little Elm Police Department.
You are lifted up in thought and prayers. May God comfort, hold you close and give you peace that surpasses all understanding. Thank you for your service. John 15:13 / Matthew 5:9

Patrolman A.S. Batson
Cherry / O'Berry Hospital Police, NC

January 20, 2017

Rest in Peace, Detective Jerry Walker. Thank you for your service to this country and your community. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and your department at this time.

Chief Reuben C. Black
Barnwell Police Dept., Barnwell, SC

January 20, 2017

Thank you for your service and sacrifice. Rest In Peace Detective Walker. Our deepest heartfelt condolences to all of your family, friends, and brothers and sisters at Little Elm Police Department.

U.S. Postal Inspector Scott Horne
U.S. Postal Inspection Service

January 20, 2017

Rest in peace brother.

Officer Kyle Groose
Laramie PD, WY

January 20, 2017

Rest in peace Brother Jerry.

Ofc. Timothy M. Furlong
Nahant, MA PD

January 20, 2017

Rest easy brother, we'll take it from here.

SGT Gary McCraw
Northeast Police Dept, Denton County

January 20, 2017

My heart bleeds for the loss of one who was loved, one who was a protector, and one who was and still is an inspiration to many. May God open his kingdom to an honored one coming home. Prayers for the family.

J. Bennett 325
Alachua P.D.

January 20, 2017

"The Final Inspection"
The policeman stood and faced his God,
Which must always come to pass.
He hoped his shoes were shining.
Just as brightly as his brass.
"Step forward now, policeman.
How shall I deal with you?
Have you always turned the other cheek?
To My church have you been true?"
The policeman squared his shoulders and said, "No, Lord, I guess I ain't,
Because those of us who carry badges can't always be a saint.
I've had to work most Sundays,
and at times my talk was rough,
and sometimes I've been violent,
Because the streets are awfully tough.
But I never took a penny,
That wasn't mine to keep....
Though I worked a lot of overtime
When the bills got just too steep.
And I never passed a cry for help,
Though at times I shook with fear.
And sometimes, God forgive me,
I've wept unmanly tears.
I know I don't deserve a place
Among the people here.
They never wanted me around
Except to calm their fear.
If you've a place for me here,
Lord, It needn't be so grand.
I never expected or had too much,
But if you don't.....I'll understand.
There was silence all around the throne
Where the saints had often trod.
As the policeman waited quietly,
For the judgment of his God.
"Step forward now, policeman,
You've borne your burdens well.
Come walk a beat on Heaven's streets,
You've done your time in hell."
Author Unknown

Sergeant Chad Miner
Powell Wyoming Police Department

January 20, 2017

RIP Det. Walker. Thank you for your dedicated service and sacrifice to LE. Also thank you for your service to our Nation in the Army. May God be with your Family and all LE.

Former Trooper Ken R. Bays
Virginia State Police

January 20, 2017

Rest in Peace Detective.

Ofc. Aaron P. Sparks
Newbury Police Department NH

January 20, 2017

Deepest sympathy and prayers to the family, friends, and co-workers of Detective Walker. Thank you sir for your dedication to both your country and community. May you rest peace.

Sgt. Walter
Richmond PD Virginia

January 19, 2017


Observer Dylan Casmer

January 19, 2017

Rest in peace Detective Walker. My sincere condolences to your family and to your department. God speed as you now patrol the streets of gold. Your service will not be forgotten.


January 19, 2017

May the Almighty God bless your family and friends at this sorrowful time! My family will pray for all of you to find peace!!! The Bible says that storms will come in our lifetime and if we seek GOD he will never leave us or forsake us!! Go to GOD for comfort, Bless You All!!

Officer James Garofalo
Trenton Police Dept Trenton,TN

January 19, 2017

Rest in peace Detective Walker, and thank you for your service.

police chief
Gallitzin Police (Pa.)

January 19, 2017

Rest in Peace.

1st Lt. Stephen A. Joy#980 (Retired)
Prince George's County Police Department, Maryland

January 19, 2017

A real "Hero" taken.
You helped make this world a safer place to live.
May God grant you eternal peace.
Prayers to your loved ones and to your department.

Det. Billy Russo Ret.
Nassau County PD, NY

January 19, 2017

***♡♡♡ Prayers/Blessings for the Immediate Family as well as the Department Family of this HERO Officer ♡♡♡***

Disabled/Retired C.O. Michael Cubberly
Hudson County NJ Dept.of Public Safety

January 19, 2017

Rest in Peace Detective Walker. Thank you for your service. My thoughts and Prayers go out to your family, co-workers, and friends.

Lieutenant Robert T. Mote (ret)
Buena Park, CA Police Department

January 19, 2017

Dear Jerry:

Some 240 years ago, a group of men set forth a way of life, unheard of before. A life where every citizen is guaranteed to live their life as they choose. A life where the citizens can live free, live without fear, enjoy the blessings of the Almighty and live in peace and comfort in their homes. This way of life has been threatened many times in that 240 years, both at home and abroad. The foreign threats were met with and eliminated by our beloved military, at a great price.

But the threat at home NEVER ends, and there needed to be a group, a very special group of people who would stand up for those who cannot protect themselves, to enhance the quality of life given to the citizens all those years ago. A special group of people who put others first and risk everything so those citizens may never know fear, horror or evil. And so this special group of people became known as American Lawmen. A very special and rare breed of people who take a solemn oath to Protect and Serve. Not a cliché, but an oath, an oath that they live by every day. An oath that has subjected them to ridicule, violence, shunned, and mistrusted. And yet, that special group of people, the American Lawmen, are out on the streets making certain that even the lawmen haters are safe.

They wear a badge of honor, and carry the burden of knowing every time they leave their families to do their job, may be the last time they see their families. They earn a pay that borders on insulting for the risks and tasks they perform every day. Most folks have a home that is covered in ivy or pretty flowers. Most of these lawmen have a house covered in mortgages and debt. But they still remain committed to their solemn oath, for it’s not money that motivates them. No, its’s the knowledge that today, somewhere, one of these lawmen located a missing child, gave CPR to a dying man or woman, helped an elderly person feel security and closeness, removed a violent criminal from the midst of the citizens they swore to protect. And, all too often, bury one of their own who made the supreme sacrifice attempting to guarantee those citizens their right to live free, free from fear and evil.

And there is their families. A child who wakes up one morning and asks his distraught and grief stricken mother, “Mommy, when is Daddy coming home?” And as the widow chokes back her tears, tells her child that, “God needed more police to help patrol the streets of heaven, so He asked Daddy to come help”. And the child sleeps with Dad’s pillow because it still has the smell of his cologne. The same families that will forever look at an empty chair at the dinner table.

Jerry, I am proud to be in the same fraternity as you, and every American Lawmen, active, retired and deceased. Those who are not privileged to wear the Badge of Honor cannot truly understand the depth of our love for them and each other. Thank you for your service, your sacrifice and dedication to our profession. And thank you to your family for the sacrifice they now are burdened with. And a special thanks to your Mom who gave 9 months of hell to have you, a lifetime to teach you to care for others before yourself. “Above all else, honor”. May you rest in peace my brother knowing we have the watch, and the “Thin Blue” has held, and always will.

Sgt. Ron Tomassi, (Retired)
Lake Mary, (Fl) Police

January 19, 2017

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