Ken was one of the good guys. I will miss you Ken. Semper Fi.
Karen, May heartfelt thoughts bring you comfort and loving memories. Bring you peace with deepest sympathy. Nick & Nada Milicevic
My heart goes out to you, the sorrow you are going through feels that there is no end, but God is there with you and will be guide you through all the difficult days to come. You know how much I can relate and and am always here for you.
The word respect was written to describe this man. I don't think there is a person in SDPD that did not respect Capt. Moller. We've lost one of the best, but Heaven is brighter now with him there. My sincere condolences to his family.
Ken was a wonderful friend, mentor, and leader for so many people. I am so glad I got to see him almost everyday for 7 years. I will never forget him.
I was so proud to work for Captain Moller as a Central Division patrolman in the 1980's. When they talk about "command presence" in police work, they were referring to people like Captain Moller.
He was a strong C.O., kind to new officers, and the sharpest dresser around.
The SDPD family has lost a good one. We pray for the Moller family.
Dear Karen and Family,
Please accept our deepest sympathy on your loss. You are in our thoughts and our hearts.
hugs from Susan and Steve
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Moller family. Ken was a valued friend to my father (Mike Tyler) and we send our condolences on his passing.
You couldn't help but love Ken when you met him. He was total integrity, kindness and a true gentleman. My heart is with Karen and his family. We will miss him but know he is resting peacefully. God Bless him.
Ken was my table-mate in the 1961 Police Academy.
He was a very intense and intelligent man. Although we haven't seen each other in many years, I will never forget him. Bob93031@msn.com
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May God bless you and your family.
Love, John and Laurie (McDonald) Schricker
Ken Moller has in my opinion been someone that the SDPD should hold out to be an example of how a police officer should conduct himself in all aspect of police work. He was honest, forthright, hard working, and a class act both professionally as well as outside of work. He always got right to the issue, viewed himself as a public servant and always did the right thing, whether you were working the law enforcement or defense side of the case.........
John G. "Jack" Phillips
Ken was a true gentleman in every manner and deed as so aptly described by "Webster." He was consistently honest, loyal and caring; a genuine professional throughout, a true friend and an exceptionally fine colleague. He is no doubt again providing other outstanding services in his new assignment along side his many friends including Mike Tyler, John Lewis, Ken O'Brien and "Duke" Nyhus among many others who moved on before him. Best wishes, good buddy. We'll meet again.
Dear Karen and the Moller Family,
Our dearest thoughts of prayer are with you at this time. What a gift to know you and Ken through the marriage of Nicole and our son Steven. May you feel God's love of enfolding you in His arms.
Much love from Jim, Tonia, Nick and Anna Gombold
Never have I met a man I respected as much as this man. Rest in Peace my friend.