Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Deputy Sheriff Patrick Thomas Rohrer

Wyandotte County Sheriff's Office, Kansas

End of Watch Friday, June 15, 2018

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Reflections for Deputy Sheriff Patrick Thomas Rohrer

Rest in peace Brother.

Lieutenant Arrend Hoopes
Spotsylvania Sheriff's Office Va.

June 19, 2018

Rest in peace Deputy Rohrer. You will not be forgotten.

Senior Officer M. Coil
United States Penitentiary Leavenworth

June 19, 2018

REST-IN-PEACE My Brother in Arms

Anrae Godley-Cooper
U.S. Army Military Police

June 19, 2018

Rest In Peace brother. Never forgotten. Thank you for you service

Corporal Lily Southwick

June 18, 2018

With deepest sympathy to your family and all who knew you may you rest in peace

Civilian Car Delgado

June 18, 2018

Praying for peace and comfort today and in the days ahead. With deepest sympathy,

Rita Rocker, Deputy Executive Director
Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles

June 18, 2018

Thank you for your service and sacrifice. Rest In Peace Sheriff Rohrer. Our deepest heartfelt condolences to all of your family, friends, and brothers and sisters at Wyandotte County Sheriff's Office.

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

June 18, 2018

Our thoughts and prayers to the family of Deputy Sheriff Patrick Rohrer. Thank you for your service and commitment to your community. Rest in Peace.

DeKalb IL Police Department

June 18, 2018

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family, friends and co-workers during this difficult time. Your service and ultimate sacrifice will never be forgotten.

Thomas H. Kelly Jr., ASAC
Federal Air Marshal Service

June 18, 2018

Please accept my heartfelt condolence for the tragic loss of Deputy Sheriff Patrick Rohrer, and may our Lord give his family and friends all the strength and comfort during this difficult time. Thank you for your service and commitment to your community. Rest in peace.

CBP Officer(retired), Luis Otero
DHS/Bureau of Customs & Border Protection

June 18, 2018

Rest In Peace Brother in Blue.

“Blessed are the Peacemakers for they shall be Called Children of God” Matthew 5:9

Detective D. Vaquero
San Diego Police Department

June 18, 2018

RIP in peace my brother. Peace and prayers for your family, friends and fellow Officers. This should never have happened, so sad. Marty Mooney Det ( ret ) NYPD and son Alex active NYPD. Blue Knights XIX Rome NY/XXXII Syracuse NY.

Marty Mooney Det ( RET )

June 18, 2018

Rest easy Deputy Rohrer, your brothers and sisters will take the watch. My condolences go out to this young mans family and work family. Such a tragic event. May God bless the WYCO Sheriff's Office and the families of the fallen.

Master Deputy Taylor
Johnson County Sheriff's Office

June 18, 2018

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends, and coworkers. Rest In Peace my Brother in BLUE.

Investigator Esrael Silva
Deaf Smith County District Attorney Office, Hereford, Texas

June 18, 2018

Sending my sincere and heartfelt sympathy to the family, friends and department of our fallen. I am so very sorry for the loss of your HERO.
May God give you comfort and strength during this difficult time.

Thank you for your loyal, dedicated and selfless service to your community. You will live on in the hearts of all who love you.
Gone but NEVER Forgotten... HERO's live forever.

God Bless you and RIP in HERO.

Gina Miller, Washington State Patrol
Surviving Fiance WSP Trooper Tony V. Radulescu EOW 2-23-2012

June 18, 2018

Rest In Peace Brother.

Det. Andreoli

June 18, 2018

My deepest condolences to Deputy Rohrer's family and all of his brothers and sisters of the badge. I pray that God will bring you peace and comfort in this great time of need.

I have worked in Corrections for nearly 20 years and have done SO many of these transports in my career. I tell everyone that the absolute most dangerous part of our job is leaving the safety of our walls.

Thank you Deputy Rohrer for making the ultimate sacrifice. Thank you for answering the call to put yourself on the line to keep others safe. "Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, Whom shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, Here am I; send me." Isaiah 6:8.

Sgt. James Hockenbarger
Shawnee County Adult Detention Center

June 18, 2018

May God's hand of peace and comfort be on Officer Rohrer's family and the rest of the department.

Chaplain Jesse White
Missouri State Highway Patrol

June 18, 2018

God rest his soul.

Sgt. Robert A. Henne
Jersey City PD/Retired

June 18, 2018

Thank you for your service. RIP.

Sergeant Brian J. Wills II
Oswego County Sheriff's Office

June 18, 2018

Rest In Peace brother.

Corporal (Retired) Glenn Elliott
Temple Police Department--Temple,Tx

June 18, 2018

The poem posted here by Sergeant Chad Miner, Final Inspection (part I) was written by Sgt Joshua Helterbran, US Army and in the places where the word "policeman" is found, the word "soldier" originally filled those spots, but this poem has since been adopted for each of the other Armed Services, as well as law enforcement officers.

This poem is a very fitting tribute for both Deputy Sheriff Theresa King and her partner Deputy Sheriff Patrick Rohrer who laid down their lives serving the people. Be it for the military in combat or law enforcement protecting our streets, each accepts the risks and places their lives on the line when they do their jobs.

Suzanne Watkins
Former law enforcement officer

June 18, 2018

"Somebody killed a policeman today,
And a part of America died.
A piece of our country he swore to protect
Will be buried with him at his side.
The suspect who shot him will stand up in court,
With counsel demanding his rights,
While a young widowed mother must work for her kids
And spend alone many long nights.
The beat that he walked was a battlefield, too,
Just as if he'd gone off to war.
Though the flag of our nation won't fly at half mast,
To his name they will add a gold star.
Yes, somebody killed a policeman today,
It happened in your town or mine.
While we slept in comfort behind our locked doors,
A cop put his life on the line.
Now, his ghost walks a beat on a dark city street,
And he stands at each new rookie's side.
He answered the call and gave us his all,
And a part of America died."

Author Unknown

E.C. Proft Chief Deputy (retired)

June 17, 2018

God Speed, Brother.

Sergeant Kevin Murphy
Union PD, NJ

June 17, 2018

On behalf of POINT 27, we would like to offer condolences for Fallen Deputies Teresa King and Patrick Rohrer. Please know we are eternally grateful for their service and ultimate sacrifice.

To honor Deputies King and Rohrer, POINT 27 sent 27 Thin Blue Line Dog Tag Necklaces, engraved with “Blessed are the Peacemakers for they will be called children of God” Matthew 5:9, to the Wyandotte County Sheriff for his department. POINT 27 sent Folded Flag Necklaces engraved with “Greater Love has no one than this; than to lay down one’s life for one’s friend” John 15:13 for both Deputies’ Families.

POINT 27 is a Non-Profit organization with a mission to strengthen and encourage members of the Armed Forces, First Responders, and their families, by sharing scripture on Dog Tags and Jewelry called Shields of Strength.

We will never forget and we are forever grateful.


Colonel David Dodd,
United States Army Retired

Jerry M. Rhodes
Detective, Dallas Police Department Retired
Law Enforcement Outreach

Jerry M. Rhodes
Dallas Police Department (Retired)

June 17, 2018

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