Condolence & Memory Journal

Long before IPD he was a classmate at FTHS, class of 1954. We had some good times and not so good times but all were memorable. He is and will be missed.

Posted by Don Hammersley - Naples, FL   July 03, 2017

Reed was appreciated and respected by all the officers that knew him. He was something to watch working - he was effective and certainly helped educate all those who came in contact with him. RIP my friend!

Posted by DT Smith - Grnwd, IN   July 02, 2017

There isn't enough space here to list the many times Reed showed courage and bravery in the line of duty to protect citizens. Reed was a good man that always had your back. Just remember this; he would have given his life to save yours. I saw him do it twice. Thanks pal and thank you Wanda and Sissy. Skipzrcte

Posted by Skip Hess - Holiday, FL - Friend   July 01, 2017

Reed Moistner-what an amazing IPD Vice Lieutenant.....I was a rookie and he definitely showed me the street side of Indy good & bad.
Peace......Pam Kramer, IPD retired

Posted by Pam Kramer - Indianapolis, IN   June 30, 2017


Wanda, So very sorry. Reed was a wonderful mentor and friend. He was well liked and respected through his many "careers"; IPD, Hunt, and St. V's.

Posted by Dana Frentz - Indianapolis, IN - Coworker   June 30, 2017


Posted by tim henslee - indpls, IN   June 29, 2017

Reed was a well liked and respected by everyone he worked with at IPD.RIP Reed. Steve Verplank IPD retired 1985.

Posted by Steve Verplank - Fishers, IN - Coworker   June 28, 2017


On behalf of the Société de Police - IPD Adam & Edward, our condolences to the family and friends of Reed L. Moistner on learning of his departure from this life.

To Wanda and the family we offer the following thought that was written for such life events: Life is pleasant... Death is peaceful... It's the transition that's troublesome.

~ People Living Deeply Have No Fear Of Death ~

Posted by S. I. Drake, Lt/IPD-IMPD (Ret) - Indianapolis, IN - Coworker   June 28, 2017


I'll always remember when we were riding the 52 ford 8N down to the bottom field to plant corn and you singing the theme from Davy Crockett.

Posted by tim henslee - indpls, IN   June 24, 2017