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November-22-10
You are my hero thanks
November-11-10
Thank you Andrew for your ultimate sacrifice so that I may have freedom. Your life and service has given wonderful inspiration to my life. To Mr. and Mrs. Nuttall, family and friends - my sincere condolences, especially this time of year. To all veterans and current servicemen and women, thank you dedicating your lives to benefit others. All of you are truly heroes.
November-11-10
To Andrew's family and friends today: We remember, and are so grateful to Andrew and all who stand on guard. We share in your sorrow. sincerely, Claudia Coburn, Matthew Findlay and Adam Findlay.
November-08-10
Thinking of you and your family and "Nutts" as we draw closer to Remembrance Day. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers
November-02-10
Thinking of all those who have given so much; those who have paid the Ultimate Sacrifice, our Veterans, our serving soldiers, their families, loved ones and friends at this special time of Remembrance, 2010. We Do Remember.

They crawled on their bellies slowly
In the dirt, the dust, the slime,
Ran onto beaches, lived in fear, a moment out of time.
A time that changed a world in need
A time that set apart
Times that held a world so close, near and dear to every heart
The gas they sent, it took its toll
Many others held that ground
And challenged over and over again
Until freedom’s world was found
Liberated nations cheered delight
A world was aimed anew
But for so many who had lost a life
The tears fell hard and true
They stepped forth for their Nation
They stepped forth for a world to be
They stepped forth to chase the evil back
Keep their families safe and free
Through life times of years gone by
Up to this present day
A brethren strong with so much might
Stepped forth for you and me
We owe so much to those who’ve walked
In fear yet oh so strong
So brave in every step they took
So many now are gone
They have challenged life itself each day
And stood for what was right
They did it with their heart and soul
And stood with all their might
Lord love the souls of these so brave
And cherish duty’s call
For they gave all for a better world
On behalf of one and all.
At this time of Remembrance
Into our hearts we welcome those
Who have walked this solemn journey forth
For those who needed a friend along
We recall their families, loved ones, friends,
For so many have paid the price
Of freedom, or for a world in peace
Or to fight terror in another place
Oh Lord we hold their honour high
Our tears have washed the path
For those who take their torch to stand
As to them the torch is passed
Forever near we promise
We will honour these hearts so brave
And stand nearby their families, friends
For the sacrifice they gave

By Roger Borchert,
Our Hearts, Our Tears, Our Prayers
Thank You. The Borchert Family, Slave Lake Alberta
rogbor@live.ca
July-21-10
I came across this as i was doing some genealogy reaserch, and I am going to add my words. As a soldier myself, I salute this Officer as a Brother Soldier and the ultimate sacrifice to his country and personal beliefs. All Soldiers have an innate and personal feeling of doing one's duty to God and Country, even if ti the laying down of one's life in defense thereof. Sir, I salute you and as I pipe I will play Amazing grace and Going Home for you.
Sargeant Richard V. Nuttall US Army Retired.
May-28-10
NOONE KNOWS YOUR ANGUISH, BUT I JUST WANTED TO LET YOU FOLKS KNOW YOUR SON IS AN INSPIRATION TO OUR COUNTRY AND THE WORLD. THIS MEMORIAL DAY I WILL BE PRAYING FOR THE NUTTALL FAMILY. JOHNNY S. IN WOODVILLE, TEXAS.
April-03-10
As I focus this Easter Sunday
My heart goes out to you
For a Chair is sitting empty
For a Hero Brave and True
Who gave a life for Canada
And a world we should become
A better world for all to share
A better world for everyone

They had raised their eyes in honour
To the Flag that flew above
They had sung its anthem strongly
In their hearts so full of love
It began for them in childhood
And sang out for years to come
At the vision of the Flag above
Onto which their hearts had clung
This special group, a brotherhood
That stepped forth to a country’s call
For them the Flag was calling
Could not turn away this love
For them it was the strongest call
The path that led the way
For they had held it steadfast near
Flying high above each day
And then one sad, so tragic day
The leaf flew from the sky
To wrap and hold them tightly bound
In return for all their love
It warmed their weary bodies
Clung closer to their hearts
And to hearts that shared the pain, their loss
At such a tremendous cost
Wrapped within the hug that flew above
Love’s vision, all their lives
Now carried forth in a country’s love
For their loving sacrifice

By Roger Borchert
They Will Be Remembered
The Borchert Family, Slave Lake, Alberta
rogbor@live.ca
February-24-10
I saw a clip on NBC News about young Canadian Heroes overseas. I am so sorry for the loss of Andrew. I feel so close to my Canada neighbors. Thank You for your sacrifice.
January-09-10
We are distressed to learn that you have lost Andrew. Our thoughts and prayers are with you now.
So sorry that we have lost touch. But, I never forgot you, Jane.
Joe joins me in sending sincere condolences to you and Richard.

Margot and Joe

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