Recently Fallen Hero

Sergeant Ethan Kaskin

Anderson (SC) Police Department
End of Watch: September 25, 2020

Sergeant Ethan Kaskin was killed in an automobile crash when an oncoming vehicle crossed the center line and struck his police vehicle head-on. Sergeant Kaskin is the 37th officer to be killed in a traffic-related incident this year and the fourth officer fatality from the state of South Carolina in 2020.

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18 Replies to “Recently Fallen Hero

  1. Rest in our Father’s arms Sergeant Kaskin. Thank you 🙏 for your service.
    My sincere condolences to your family and your brothers in blue. May God comfort each one.

  2. I am sorry to hear about what happened to Officer Kaskin.
    May his family, friends & department experience much comfort
    during this sad time…. From your friends in Utah !

  3. Heartfelt Sympathy to the family, friends, and brothers and sisters in Blue, at the tragic loss of Sgt. Ethan Kaskin. His Service, Dedication, and Devotion to his Community will always be remembered and appreciated.
    Rest in God’s arms, Sgt. Kaskin. You are Home.

  4. The Thin Blue Line keeps getting thinner. Rest in peace Sergeant Kaskin. May your family find some solace in the honor with which you served

  5. Prayers being offered for Sergeant Ethan Kaskin, his family, and the members of the Anderson Police Department. May St. Michael escort you to Heaven, Sergeant Kaskin.

  6. Our deepest condolences to The Dept and Family of Officer Kaskin. Prayers to all who surrounded him in love and laughter R.I.P Officer Kaskin, may perpetual light always shine upon you 🌟 Mother of Fallen Deputy Sheriff Peter John Herrera EOW 3-24-2019 in El Paso Tx 💙

  7. My sincere condolences to the family of Sergeant Ethan Kaskin. May he Rest In Peace and his memory be for a blessing.

  8. Please accept our sincere sympathy for your loss. Our prayers are with your family, both blood and blue. May you rest with heroes, including our son, Deputy Jake Keltner, EOW 03/07/2019.

  9. Rest In Peace Sergeant.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and coworkers.
    May God’s healing light shine upon all of you.

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