Rest In Peace Deputy Alan Inzer
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Guys, a good friend of mine was killed yesterday, A tragic event. I worked with Alan in the 90's when I worked for the S/O. He was a quality human being, just a great guy, a good person.
Just send up a prayer for his family and the many friends that will miss him terribly.
Remembering A Friend
January 25, 2007
Reported by Vince Atkinson
While authorities are still trying to track down who is responsible for the death of Deputy Alan Inzer, his friends are taking time to remember the man he was.
As you might imagine, just hours after his death the friends of Alan Inzer are still in shock.
Rather than thinking of his death, Inzer's friends have decided to remember a man that had many talents, hobbies and most of all, a big heart.
We found many of Deputy Alan Inzer's friends at True Blue Watersports in Lake Charles Thursday night.
Working in the Marine Division of the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office, Inzer used his underwater diving skills not only at work, but also for fun.
Alan's friend Bernard Gibbs says, "He had a great sense of humor, he was just a fine individual.
This world is going to sorely miss him."
Besides a law enforcement veteran, Alan Inzer had a fun side, one that his friends are more than happy to talk about. Inzer's friend Cher Walker said, "He would say, ‘let's all come over to my house.'
We would all go over to his house and he would sit at the piano and start playing the piano and start singing.
He was a great singer and he just entertained people."
While several memorial services are planned for Inzer, details are not yet final.
story added by QKShooter
Rest In Peace Deputy Alan Inzer
prayer sent, its never good to lose another good guy.
"In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock." Thomas Jefferson
Nemo Me Impune Lacesset
QkShooter: Thanks for adding the text. I helped Alan get a job with CPSO, I was working Administration at the time, a very sad day for all that knew this special person.
In my prayers...
"I surrounded 'em"- Alvin York
"They're ain't many troubles that a man can't fix with seven hundred dollars and a thirty ought six"- Jeff Cooper
Thanks Guys: It is sickening to know the details of this murder. Alan was hit with one round dropping him to the ground. The murderer then walked up to Alan and shot him 4 more times while he lay helpless. That, my friends, is cold blooded murder. Talk about a strain on race relations in this town.
Lest WE Forget!!!! God Speed!!
Immensely saddening Danny - and I hope the eternal fires of hell await the perpetrator.
Chris - P95
NRA Certified Instructor & NRA Life Member.
"To own a gun and assume that you are armed
is like owning a piano and assuming that you are a musician!."
http://www.rkba-2a.com/ - a portal for 2A links, articles and some videos.
May God be with the family, friends and community and heal them from this tragedy. My Dad is a LEO and I can only imagine the pain.
We do however have a source for consolation and healing (Jn. 14:26).
It is assured that all of us here stand with you as a source of strength and solidarity during this extremely difficult time for you. May God empower us to be here for each other during times like these.
"Ray Nagin is a colossal disappointment" - NRA/ILA Executive Director Chris W. Cox.
"...be water, my friend."
Our prayers go out for the family of a fallen hero.
fortiter in re, suaviter in modo (resolutely in action, gently in manner).
All 3 scumbags caught and arrested. The shooter was arrested in Louisville, Ky. Long way to run in such a short time. There was a 4th arrest for aiding and abbeting, provided a car after the fact. The other 2 involved are charged with 2nd degree murder, the shooter is charged with 1st degree murder. I know what our Lord tells us, but it sure is hard not to hate the criminal and only hate the crime. That is easier to say than to do when something like this happens to one of your own. My consolation is that our God does not waste a hurt, there is a reason.
Prayers have gone up.
Rest in peace, Deputy Inzer.