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In Honor of Patrolman Denis W. Allen
Thank you for serving your neighbors and protecting them. You would be proud of your daughter as she grew up to be a beautiful person and a loving mother.
Retired Superving Registered Nurse, II
In Honor of Youth Counselor Ineasie M. Baker
I am reminded of the times when Correctional Counselor Baker would come through the medical department on her way to her work station. I remember her color coordinated outfits and well together hair do! Because I know that she believed in Christ, I can say, *I'll see you later in a place where we will never grow old and if we cry-God Himself will wipe our tears." To the family, love ones, associates, and friends--Believing in Christ (as she did) is the only way to Salvation!!
In Honor of Officer Tina F. Kerbrat
Happy Birthday.. I know you are keeping St Michael rolling with all your beautiful smiles and jokes.
I miss our times together before you put on the uniform.
You are loved and remembered by all those who knew and loved you.
I will see you again. Please put a good word in for me with St. Michael.
All My Love,
In Honor of Patrolman Edward J. Moore, Jr.
My maternal grandfather, Eddy Moore was a handsome & talented man. He grew up in New Jersey where he was born to Irish parents. Besides being a fine marksman he also was a professional acrobat. I have a photograph of him in costume, complete with a silk sash, posed along with hi
the 2 partners of his acrobat troupe. There is nobody left in our family who really knew him so I don't know what they were called but I know they performed in San Diego. Eddy met my grandmother Sofie Jaussaud when he was an officer in East San Diego. She was extremely beautiful with her half Spanish, half French looks and she fell in love with this handsome redheaded Irish cop! They were extremely happy together. My Grandma Sophie adored him and never got over losing her kind, funny and brave soul mate. My Aunt Maxine was only 5 years old when her Daddy was taken from her & my mother Evelyn "Little Evie" was only 18-months-old. Because penicillin had not been discovered in 1933 my grandpa died of pneumonia, no doubt in part because of the debris from his California Vehicle Code Book that had been in his breast pocket. As I was growing up I used to treasure that book with the bullet hole through it and my Grampa's blood
on the pages. We also had his lead filled, leather covered Billy club and his skeleton key. My Mama always grieved over the fact that she never had her "Daddy Eddy" to love & protect her. His final words were, "Take care of Little Evie for me."
This is a sad tribute because of the huge emptiness we, his family, have always felt because of his absence. I have prayed many times that he will be waiting for us in Heaven where "God will wipe away every tear from their eyes..." Revelation 21:4.
"My hope is built on nothing less than Jesus' blood & righteousness!"
Even though you cannot read this, Grampa Eddy, I want you to know that I love you with all my heart. You are my hero! Thank you for giving your life for others.
Your Mary Kate
In Honor of Officer Shaun Diamond
Our Father, Who art in heaven,
Hallowed be Thy Name.
Thy Kingdom come.
Thy Will be done,
on earth as it is in Heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our trespasses,
as we forgive those who trespass against us.
And lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil. Amen.
❤️💙💜 Diamondback’s Sons
In Honor of Deputy Richard W. Blancher
I was there that day. Larry and I were on patrol and he was an amazing mentor. I remember the intersection, the details and Larry chasing the suspect and in a blink the the eye he collapsed. I wish I could have done more but it was sudden and irreversible. It’s been 36 years and I can’t let go I wish I did more but I appreciate the time I had with him. Rest in Peace. Sorry Pam
Wife of Officer Vella
In Honor of Officer Nicholas Vella
Blessed are the Peace Keepers, your work on earth is done my love.
Rest in Peace
In Honor of Officer John J. Blessing
Loved my cousin
In Honor of Deputy Sheriff Robert "Bob" French
Bob, we had good times at the Rodeos in the 90's you were a great friend, funny people thought we were brothers, see you on the other side brother. Mike.
In Honor of October 6, 1885 Thomas A. Keays
God Bless. Your family is still going strong. We Love You