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Capt. Robert Michael Secher Obituary
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December 13, 2017

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October 8, 2017
Another year down Captain and still awfully missed. All of my leaders in all I've been involved in. You were (are) one with most influence on me. The Marine was awesome, the Man was great, but the Heart of yours was the most powerful in your leadership style. I miss you and know that'll you'll never be forgotten as long as I'm living and my daughter Kenzie. I speak of you often Sir and strive still to live up to your expectations. I hope your resting easy sir as you did your time keeping us safe and protecting our great nation and others in the root of evil intruders.
May 29, 2017
Rob--Once again I think of you on Memorial Day. I found a story from NPR shortly after we lost you where your father and sister appear. I've put the link below as well as a quote from your father...whom I'm sure you're with today. Thank you. Patrick<br /><br />Mr. P. SECHER: I will tell what my thoughts are now; my thoughts are this: The people in this country, and especially the young people in this country, have got learn that there's a price to pay for having a country. Now that price does not necessarily have to be death, but it has to be a price that involves a recognition that we are a community.<br /><br />http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6326053&amp;sc=emaf
March 12, 2017
You are one of the reasons I got back in. I tell my NCOs story's about you. Lifting weights in the fdc. Running the hills calling in to make a parking lot of fire. It was a pleasure Sir I am honored to have worked for you. BeastMasters
October 8, 2016
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