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March 15, 2011
To The Frank Buckles Family: My Dearest Sympathy,for your loss.In Honor of Mr.Buckles Death,my Flag is flyng half-staff. Thank you for my Freedom,and your Duty to America,fellow Missourian.May GOD Honor you.
March 15, 2011
I wanted to let you know how proud I am to be an American because of the brave young man back in WWI who served his country and outlived all of his fellow soldiers. God Bless America. Rest in Peace Mr. Frank Buckles.
March 15, 2011
I had the privilege of meeting Mr. Buckles at a ceremony in his honor. I felt honored to be in the color guard.

His knowledge of the past will be missed. He should be honored by all of us for his service. His memory should be kept alive by keeping that part of history alive for all Americans. He was a real example for all of us, as were his comrades in arms during the Great War.
March 15, 2011
March 15, 2011
To the Loving Family, and Friends, we send our deepest Sympathy for your loss, and our Sincere Appreciation for His Honorable Service to Our Country to help Protect Our Freedom. May he Rest in the Peace he so richly deserves, and may we all feel truly blessed to have know such a man in our lifetime. "Rest Easy,Soldier."

Pastor & Mrs.Wm.Crowe, and Congregation of Broadfording Church of God,Hagerstown Maryland
March 15, 2011
to a honorable man. rest in peace sir. it is a pleasure to call you a fellow veteran.
March 14, 2011
Thanks for all of your service to us and your country.
March 14, 2011
My condolences to Susannah on the loss of her father. I never got to meet Frank, but I'm proud to say I am his 4th cousin once removed. Rest in peace Frank.
March 14, 2011
Thank You Frank W Buckles for your service in World War I. Rest In Peace.
We thank you, we salute you and God Bless You.
March 14, 2011
To the Family,
My family and I would like to express our condolences to the family on their loss of Frank W. Buckles. I am proud to have had the chance as a serious student of history to have talked to 7 WWI veterans in my time. On hearing of his death I turned and looked at the large photo of my Great Uncle Charles A. Ruble, Co. C, 137th Infantry, 35th Division, AEF hanging on our wall and thanked him again for his sacrifices which included being gassed (mustard) at Argonne forest in 1918. He was only 48 when he passed away 1946 long before I could have known him but talked with many others who related his and their experiences. May we all hope that we do not forget those who served in The Great War from the United States, no matter what color they were at the time. May God bless all of you,

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