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April 27, 2015

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January 22, 2007
Emily, I heared your story from a co-worker of mine and reading it brought tears to my eyes. Am sure you are in a better place in Gods care. But for giving the ultimate sacrifice for your country and us...THANK YOU...just will never measure-up!
January 21, 2007
To the family and friends of Emily Perez...

Emily was memorialized in my home church today, St. Charles Borromeo, Harlem, NY. Today was the first time I heard her name and and learned about the great honor and services of her life. As the pastor spoke of her life and legacy, I felt as if I knew her; not of physical introduction but one of spirit for we all enter this life with the talents of One Spirit. Emily's legacy has transcended time and touched me as well as others.

God Bless
January 18, 2007
Lt. Perez was mentioned in a page one article in today's edition of The Wall Street Journal. Reading of the powerful impression she made on her unit's Iraqi interpreter, I was moved to seek out her story online.

Sympathy seems to be the most commonly expressed emotion in these guest book entries, and it's right that it should be so. Those who knew and loved Lt. Perez have my sympathy also, along with my gratitude and respect.

Other entries have suggested her work here is done, her watch is over and so on, and I understand the sentiments. But I believe Lt. Perez is still on duty, inspiring us not only by her sacrifice but by her drive, vitality and achievement.

Words cannot express the respect I have for her and for those who helped her become the woman, the leader and the officer she was.
January 12, 2007
To the Perez family, I am just a person who saw Emily's picture and story in an email going around. What an awesome young person she was. I was so taken by her that I google searched her name to read more. She was extrodinary and I am sure you are so proud and so am I. May God bless you.
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