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August 29, 2013
Thinking about you today mick. Ill see you at fiddlers green.
May 27, 2013
thank you
May 26, 2013
God bless you for your service. In remembrance this coming Memorial Day. You sleep with heroes and sing with the angels. Thank you, David.
January 31, 2013
On behalf of the Patriot Guard Riders, thank you, young soldier, for your sacrifice for our freedom.

To the family and friends of Cpl. David P. McCormick, I humbly offer by condolences in your time of sorrow.
May 19, 2011
To the family of Cpl. David P. McCormick:
Please know that just as your loved one remains in your hearts and minds; his sacrifice, and that of your family, remains with the people he died defending. Words cannot express the gratitude we feel for his bravery and selflessness, or the heartache we feel for your loss. God bless and keep you always.
April 28, 2011
To the family and friends of Cpl. David P. McCormick:
Please accept my remembrance of David on the anniversary of his passing and know that he will never be forgotten.
Peggy Childers
www.IraqWarHeroes.org
January 28, 2011
CPL McCormick,
I have never been one to write or say things in the memory of our fallen comrades. I could never find the words to say what was always on my mind, and sadly enough it has taken me over 2 years to find the words to say. It was truely an honor to have had you in my Platoon during that deployment. I will never forget you and your friendly personality. To this day I still feel a high sense of responsibilty to your loss and constantly go back to the day you left our platoon....I will always wish to go back to that point in time. I wish I had fought harder to keep you in my Platoon. I just constantly feel that if I had fought harder to keep you in the Platoon then you would still be here with us today. I know you are in a better place, waiting to see all the old faces you use to see again...
May 31, 2010
Thank you for your service, David. We miss you!
April 28, 2010
To the family and friends of Cpl. David P. McCormick:
Remembering David on the anniversary of his passing. May our fallen heroes never be forgotten!
Peggy Childers
"Don't Let The Memory Of Them Drift Away"
www.IraqWarHeroes.org
November 22, 2009
David you were a great friend, brother, and son. we went to basic together went to war together and came back I went to Alaska and u went back to war wish I could have been there with you. you will truly be missed and never forgotten.

to the McCormick family
I couldn’t think of a way to honor Mick till I found out that my wife was pregnant and we decided to name gaven Mick. we called David Mick so I knew what to call him David would do anything for anyone no matter what he was like a brother to me and I will miss dearly.
April 28, 2009
To the family of Cpl. David P. McCormick:
David gave the ultimate sacrifice and will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. I cannot and will not let our fallen heroes be forgotten. My deepest sympathy to you. "Some gave all."
Peggy Childers
"Don't Let The Memory Of Them Drift Away"
www.IraqWarHeroes.org
March 04, 2009
To the family;

My name is Evan M. Truesdale. I didn't stumble upon this resource until today. I was there inside the tent when the rocket landed. It's still hard for me and I think about that day often, even now after seperating from active duty in late February of this year.

My deepest condolances and sympathies for your loss. Your son was truly a friend and a brave man. I know nothing can ever replace his loss, but know that I honor him everyday since that day.
January 09, 2009
I offer my deepest condolences for your loss
December 09, 2008
My prayers are with the McCormick family. Rest well, soldier, you've earned your rest.
October 17, 2008
Mick,
Not sure what to say man. Its been a long rough deployment for all of us. We miss you bro.

To the McCormick family.
I am truly sorry for your loss. This was my second deployment with David he was a good friend and will truly be missed. Im not sure why it took me so long to write something. Its really hard for me to find the words to write. My deepest sympathy to you and all of the McCormick family.
July 20, 2008
My heartfelt sympathy to the McCormick family and friends in the loss of David. I did not know David but my heart is broken and I am saddened for your loss of such a fine young person and hero. May God bring you peace in your heart as you reflect on all the wonderful memories you hold so close. Please know that you are in my heart and prayers. My heart was touched by the many wonderful/beautiful things written about you. David you are my hero and you will NEVER be forgotten.
I send each of you a hug from the most inner part of my heart.
Love and Peace
Tom

"TO LIVE IN THE HEARTS
OF THOSE YOU LEAVE BEHIND
IS NEVER TO DIE"
~Robert Orr~
July 11, 2008
Thank you for the sacrifice made by Cpl McCormick and the sacrifice made by everyone who loves and misses him! May God bless all of you!!
July 11, 2008
You are remembered and respected. Thank you Cpl McCormick!
July 03, 2008
He's with his Daddy now...praise be to God! Thanks for sharing Kristi!
June 26, 2008
To the family and parents of David I want you to know that you are not alone in the grief you are feeling. I too know what you are going through and what you will go through in the coming weeks and months ahead. You will have many questions as to why? You will have many things to get ready or go through and that should be done in time. Sometimes it just can’t be faced and that’s ok, for you will know when the time is right for you. There is no right or wrong way to grieve it’s an individual journey that unfortunately we now have to take. I ask that God give the comfort, strength and courage that you are going to need. When and if the time is right for you please contact me. You can cry, vent, or just talk as only another person who has been where you are can really know what you are going through. May God continue to be with you and heal you.

In memory of my son
Spc Harry (Buck) Winkler III
KIA 11/12/06 Samarra, Iraq
82nd Airborne 2-505th PIR
June 13, 2008
To the Family and Friends of this Soldier:
I will stand in grief with this soldier's family to honor him. For every fallen HERO there is a bright star that shines in the evening sky to remind us of the cherished gift we were given – even if for too short a time.
My heart breaks again as I sign yet another guest book of another courageous young soldier who gave their life so selflessly. I wish I never found myself in a position to have to sign another guestbook for the rest of my life, but I promised Brent that neither he nor any like him would be forgotten and so I will continue until the day there is no longer the need.
We lost our son SFC Brent A. Adams on 12/1/05 and it seems like yesterday. I wish so badly there were things I could say to you right now to make the pain you are feeling go away, but I know first hand there simply are no words that will bring you the comfort and peace your heart aches for. Just know that you are not alone. My heart, thoughts, and prayers are with you all as you go through this tragedy moment by moment and as you mourn this loss.
We don't know each other, will probably never meet, but will forever be united in the loss of our Heroes. We have, unfortunately joined a group none of us wanted to join, an ever-growing group of families in this situation. May God grant you peace and strength to get through this and be able once again to smile at a memory rather than have only the tears that flow so easily now. To be so proud of your loved one and so saddened at the same time is a mix of emotions very difficult to deal with as our hearts both burst with pride and pain together.
I am sorry that I never knew your soldier personally. While they can never be replaced, neither will they ever be forgotten. You must trust that sometime, someday the loving memories you have will help to sustain you and help you go on. This courageous soldier will forever be your Angel watching over you all for the rest of your lives. It's what brings me some measure of peace and comfort and I hope it will you as well.
To his family and friends in pain, I offer this comfort: When you find yourself in that dark sorrowful place, think not only of how you will miss him, but instead recall the years, days, hours and minutes gifted to you by his presence. The one thing that cannot be taken from you is your wonderful memories that now will mean more than ever.
If you ever want to talk, I'm only an e:mail away and would love for you to tell me more about your Hero.
God Bless this soldier and family who gave all and God Bless legacy.com for setting up this site where families can so quickly share their condolences and prayers with others like themselves.
Proud Parents of SFC Brent A. Adams, KIA, 12/1/05, Ramadi, Iraq
Pam and Bill Adams, Lancaster, PA
June 08, 2008
DAVID, THANK YOU FOR MY FREEDOM. GOD BLESS U AND YOUR FAMILY. I WORK AT WALMART AND WHEN I GO TO WORK IN THE MORNING I GO STRAIGHT TO THE WALL OF HONOR AND I SEE YOUR PICTURE AND I THANK YOU FOR WHAT U HAVE DONE FOR US.. U AND YOUR FAMILY WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY PRAYERS.. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS U ALWAYS.
May 25, 2008
Dear David,

We miss you. I miss you. Tons. More than I can say. I miss your contagious laugh, your brilliant smile, your own witty sense of humor...the sound of your voice on the phone...everything. I miss the quiet times too, just knowing you were there. I did not expect we'd be saying goodbye so soon. That wasn't supposed to happen until I was 85 or so, and then it would be me leaving first, and not much time to wait until you and Will and Mary joined me. This early parting did not follow my game plan at all. But of course, I'm not the One in Charge.

Mom always called us bookends, you and I, the oldest and the youngest of the family, who were so much alike in so many ways. I know how you would have felt about all this attention. I'm sorry about all of that. I know you would have preferred to leave this world the way that you preferred to move about in it--quietly slipping away without too much notice, without too much fuss. But it couldn't be that way this time. We couldn't let you go so quietly away from us when you have laid down your life so early, for the country you loved so much.

You were so brave. So proud to do your part. You never considered yourself a hero. You never knew you were brave. You just saw yourself as an ordinary guy who was doing what he could for freedom's sake. You served, and you served selflessly with distinction and pride. And that, baby bro, qualifies you as a hero.

I can't lie to you--losing you has hit hard. VERY hard. And it hurts. A LOT. But God promises He will never give us more than we can bear, and so I'm trusting that promise, and counting on God to get us all through this. I know He will. Just as I know He has you safely in the palm of His hand.

We know that you're early "graduation day", as Dr. Young calls it, is part of God's plan. He's made that very clear to us. He's been with us throughout our pain, feeling it with us, crying with us, comforting us with his Holy Spirit.

I know that I may never know why you were called home so soon. But I know there's a reason. God never does anything without a good reason, and I know He would never have taken you away from us if there wasn't a very good reason. So I'm trusting Him, knowing how much He loves you, loves us, loves all the world. His plans go way beyond your life and mine, and what we want for ourselves. Life is not all about us. And being a Christian does not mean we always get what we pray for, or that we will never suffer in this world. It does mean that we have hope--that death is not the end for those who love Christ. As you did. As we do.

There is no despair in our grief. There is only that deep longing to have you back again, and the aching pain of your absence from our lives henceforth on this earth.

David, in case you didn't know it, you were loved. You ARE loved, and we miss you. We will always miss you.

And so, with great reluctance, and with an aching, heavy heart that still can't quite grasp that you’re really gone, I say goodbye to you…for now. You did a good job here, bro. I’m proud of you. I love you. I miss you. And I can't wait to see you again.
May 21, 2008
As the mother, of a soldier serving in Iraq, I attended the service for your son, David, as an act of support to your family and a way to honor his sacrifice. The memorial service was beautiful, and it gave me insight into the brave hero who gave his all for the country he loved. I guess I expected all of those things. What I didn't expect was the patriotism and outpouring of love that was displayed along the route to the cemetery. I cried the whole way. I have never seen anything like that. Mile after mile the road was covered on both sides by thousands of people waving flags, displaying signs and holding their hand over their heart. It was a real confirmation to me that what our sons are doing, for their country, is appreciated. I thought of your family, ahead of me, and what pride you must have been feeling. I hope that helped a little to ease the pain in your heart.

When I spoke to my son, on the phone, I relayed to him what I had seen. He was also surprised and very touched.

Your family remains in my prayers and I would like to thank you for raising such a wonderful young man who loved his God and his country so much. May God bless you.
May 12, 2008
Anna June and Family my depest sympathy for your loss. I am the mother of CLP Clayton Kristynik a Marine that has had two tours to Iraq. Anna I don't know if you remember Clayton or not but you were his teacher a few years back.
He graduated in 2003. He ask me to send his regrets and sympathy as well. My heart is heavy for what you and your family are going through and your in my prayers.
Sincerely, June Kristynik
May 12, 2008
David comes from one of the most respected and close families I've ever known. The loss of David is and will continue to be immense! I want the McCormick's and other military personnel and their families to know that I take this loss personally because it's for ME (& for YOU) that these soldiers have sacrificed their very lives! Saying "thank you" is just not enough for what they've given!!! God bless you and yours and all those still serving!!
May 12, 2008
My heart goes out to the ones who are left behind. I know that god is with you at this time and always. I am also so very sorry for all those wounded soldiers and all those who come back with PTSD.
May 12, 2008
To the McCormick family,

I know there are no words to say, except how sorry I am for your loss. May you hold Davids' memory in your heart and please remember he shall never be forgotten.

...For you every single soldier
Those who served so honorable
Your life was forever altered
While I’m home safe and free
I stand with grateful admiration
I stand respectful and so proud
I know I’m only a civilian
And I don’t even know if it’s allowed.

But I salute you; allow me the honor
to salute you with permission let me say
Even though I hold no rank know that from my heart
My humble gratitude comes from the deepest part.
I salute you.

Suzanne MacDaniel
A Proud Aunt
David M.Fisher
May 12, 2008
Thanks for a job well done our good and faithful servant.
May 11, 2008
Please accept my deepest sympathies.
May 11, 2008
Dear David,
Our hearts are breaking at this sad time, but they are also bursting with pride.
In response to one of your last emails to us. "It was our pleasure"
You are now a national hero, but you have always been OUR HERO
We know you are in God's arms.
We Love You
Robert & Carol
May 11, 2008
Remember this - David's physical body may be in the grave; his soul, no doubt, is seated at the right hand of the Father in heaven; but his spirit dwells forever in the hearts and memories of those who knew and loved him, and it always will.
May 11, 2008
David,

We only had the chance to talk a couple of times but I know you were a great soldier. I will keep you in my and your family in my prayers.

SGT David Lambert
May 11, 2008
God bless you, God bless your family, God bless America.
May 09, 2008
You're a Hero! May God Be With You! R.I.P.
May 09, 2008
Mic, you are an amazing person, an outstanding soldier, and most of all, a wonderful friend. we are all better people for having known you! our thoughts and prayers go out to your family
May 09, 2008
My prayers are with you today and each day to follow. I did not know David but he started his next journey at the same time my nephew,Sgt.Marcus C. Mathes did. They were at the same location on April 28th when God welcomed three heros to his kingdom.
May 08, 2008
David,
Just wanted to say thank you for all you've done. You're a brave man and you will forever be in our hearts. I remember you from high school, you and your family were always so sweet and respectable. God only takes the best....may he bless you and your family....you're in my prayers! ~ Rest In Peace ~
May 08, 2008
I'm not so sure David ever did anything wrong. Upright, and righteous was he. Full of God's will, and love. Blessed are we that he served, and died for. May God continue to Bless the McCormick family.
May 07, 2008
David,
May God Bless You and Keep You.
Your American Family loves you and respects you so much for protecting all of us. May your family find peace knowing that your a hero.
May 06, 2008
“Lest I keep my complacent way, I must remember, somewhere out there a person died for me today. As long as there must be war, I ask and I must answer was I worth dying for?” Eleanor Roosevelt

May Heavenly Father bless you with peace and comfort and may you feel held in the prayers of a grateful nation.

In loving memory of our nephew
US Army Spec Philip Cody Ford
KIA Baghdad Iraq 12/10/2006

USN/AMEC Ron Baker and family
May 05, 2008
Dear Brother David,
I love you David, and I cannot believe your no longer with me...with us. I'm proud of you, we are all proud of you. You had a great mind, a great sense of humor, and a wonderful spirit. I wish I could have a little more time with you Dave. If only wishing made it so. You were such a great brother and a true friend to me. Never one to gossip, or lie, or back-stab, you didn't even know how to do these things. You were just you, and you were perfect the way God made you. I couldn't wait to watch you fulfill your dreams of going to College at Texas State University and earning your degree and making friends, and chasing young women. I have to trust in the Lord this is His timing for His reasons. Jesus gave all of us victory over death. I have a sense that we've only seen the beginning of David Phillip McCormick. I love you bro. Keep up the good work up there, and I look forward to meeting up with you in Heaven. Tell Dad I said hello. May God Bless you and keep you. Thank you again for all the times together.
May 05, 2008
David is happy with God now. May that knowledge bring his family peace in their time of need. This life is short, and soon enough we are all together again as Christ promised us. It speaks well that we have young men and women such as this, and families that raised them with those values. David is in the best of places. God's strength to his family.
May 05, 2008
To the family of Cpl. David McCormick...
We'd like to express our deepest sympathy. How truly sorry we feel for your loss. It is hard to know what to say at times like these. We can only begin to imagine the sorrow that comes along with losing someone so close to your heart. May cherished memories bring you peace and comfort. Please know that our hearts ache in unison with yours at the loss of this young man, a hero who made the ultimate sacrifice for the values we hold so dear in America. Our thoughts are with you.
May 05, 2008
To the McCormick family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. It's a comfort to know that David was born again and his soul is now and forever more with our Lord in Glory. I know we all take comfort in that. God bless your family and God bless the United States of America!
May 05, 2008
David was a former employee of mine and a friend for life. He was proud to be Texan and proud to be American. I consider it a priviledge and an honor that after his first tour in Iraq he came to see me. David was a fine young man; we lost the best.
I have everyone I know praying for June McCormick and the McCormick family. God bless and keep you.
May 05, 2008
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well-lived.
May 04, 2008
REST IN PEACE SPC. MCCORMICK TO YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS MAY THE MEMORIES OF THIS WONDERFUL SOLDIERS LIFE FILL YOUR HEARTS WITH BEAUTIFUL MEMORIES
GOD BLESS YOU
May 04, 2008
To the Family of Specialist David McCormick: May Gold bless you in this most difficult time. You will have David in you hearts forever. He was a distinguished ARMY SOLDIER admired for his courage, brave deeds and noble qualities.
Rest well our HERO, you are with God now.
Beth Durham-Gillett
mother of Captain Kristopher T. Gillett- currently serving in Iraq
May 03, 2008
May God bless you David,You are a true American Hero.Thank You!
May 03, 2008
I was so sorry to hear about David. My prayers are with the entire family during this very difficult time.
May 03, 2008
thank you for your brave services and thank you to your family for their support of your time in battle, rest with the angels for God our father knows best.
May 03, 2008
I didn't know David, but I wanted to say how sorry I am for your loss! May God help you find peace. The world is a safer place because of David and you should be very proud of him! I wish I would of had the honor of knowing him and to say thanks for all he has done! God bless your family.
May 03, 2008
Mrs. McCormick,
Let me be one of the first people to express my sympathy in the loss of your son. Even though I do not know your family, nor did I know your son, I want to say Thank You for allowing him to serve our country. He is a true American hero and deserves all the respect that should be afforded to him. May God wrap his arms around you during this time and may the knowledge of your son's committment and love for his country bring you a source of comfort in the coming days.
May 03, 2008
June, you have no idea how much I have been thinking about you and your family this past week. I am sending you my love, support, and prayers to you during this tragic time. May God give you peace with David's death that you so richly deserve.
May 03, 2008
" Customer Needs Assistance with
Water Heaters in plumbing "........

David was a Good and honest friend,
anytime you needed help he was there...As was his nature, i worked with david at lowes it seems too short a time before he went off to stand for his Country and live his life as only david could...He will be Greatly missed . My Family and Chuch will hold you and your Family close to our hearts Thru this time of loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
Im the Department manager of Kit,Appl,Flooring and anytime i Needed a hand with anything there was david with a smile and a good joke to help out .......He Had Many Friends that Will miss him very
much .
We Stand and Salute You
Spc. David P. McCormick
A Real American Hero..............
With Greatest Love and May God Bless you and your Family.
Your Friend always
Dana
May 02, 2008
To the family and friends of fallen hero SPC McCormick...I am so sorry for your loss. May God bring you comfort and peace during this very difficult time. You are in my thoughts and prayers. He will not be forgotten. God Bless You.
May 02, 2008
Your cause was just and your soul honorable, the loss is tremendous. you are and always my brother in arms. Your mission is complete. "REST BRAVE SOLDIER" and the righteous thank you.
May 02, 2008
David was an absolutlely stellar Soldier and was respected by his peers and Leaders. We will miss you David. Your constant smile and generous spirit will live on with all your fellow Soldiers...

We are better Soldiers for serving with you; a distinct pleasure of mine to serve as your Commanding Officer.
May 02, 2008
There is nothing that I can say or do to take away the pain or bring you peace in your time of sorrow, but I will offer you and your family my heart felt condolences. I also offer you my prayers that in time the pain will easy and the memories of your HERO will carry you through each day and night. I want to thank your HERO, for his/her selfless act of becoming a member of the armed forces, his/her willingness to defend the United States of America, all that we hold sacred and for the sacrifice that will forever be etched in the memories of all those who knew him/her. Though tears can never bring him/her back, we hope that our tears express our gratitude for the sacrifice that he/she made and our sorrow at his/her passing. I believe for every fallen HERO there is a star shining brightly up above to remind us of the precious gift we were given.

Your mission on earth is complete and you are now a member of GOD’s Heavenly armed forces. Stand down brave warrior and take your rightful place in Heaven with all the HEROES who have passed before.

I made a special promise to LE RON A. WILSON, a dear family friend who joined the Army with three other friends, one of whom is my son (Le Ron was killed in action on 07/06/07 at the age of 18) on the day he was laid to rest as I touched his coffin, that I would never forget him nor would I forget those that gave their lives for our country before him, with him and after him and so when I came across www.legacy.com, I thought what a great way to keep my promise to Le Ron, so I will continue to leave tributes in each guest book until the day there is no longer the need to leave these tributes to a FALLEN HERO.

REST IN PEACE, HERO, YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN!!

I would also like to tell you about a website, http://groups.msn.com/SSPSoldierPor
traits/homepage,
where some wonderful people will make wood portraits of your fallen Hero for free for the immediate family. I became aware of this site when I wanted to do something special for Le Ron’s mother.

PROUD MOTHER OF A U.S. SOLDIER
Currently stationed in Germany
Althea Barrett (Queens, NY)
May 02, 2008
My prayers are with you for the loss of your loved one. We know that no one can take his place. He was very special because he was one of the few who choose to protect our way of life. As a military mom of 3 I cry with you and you will be in my prayers everyday.
May 02, 2008
SPC.McCORMICK YOU ARE A HERO SIR. 70VIETNAM71
May 01, 2008
God speed Spc David P. McCormick
it was an honor to be your friend.....
May 01, 2008
My prayers and thoughts are with you.
I know how you feel losing a "HERO",Becoming a "Gold Star" Mother myself on 25 March.. The sacrafice our sons and daughters are making on a daily basis should tell us all..These young HEROS knew full well what they were doing and did it proudly When you hug your loved ones tonight.... Remember... We also hugged ours and they were protecting you..We.. as Americans need to make the "Ultimate Sacrafice" by supporting all our military(HEROS)...the Proud Mom of SGT. Jason W. Swiger
5th Squadron, 73rd Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne,Fort Bragg, N.C. KIA 3/25/007
May 01, 2008
To my dearest family, some things I'd like to say...
but first of all, to let you know, that I arrived okay.
I'm writing this from heaven. Here I dwell with God above.
Here, there's no more tears of sadness; here is just eternal love.

Please do not be unhappy just because I'm out of sight.
Remember that I'm with you every morning, noon and night.
That day I had to leave you when my life on earth was through,
God picked me up and hugged me and He said, "I welcome you."

It's good to have you back again; you were missed while you were gone.
As for your dearest family, they'll be here later on.
I need you here badly; you're part of my plan.
There's so much that we have to do, to help our mortal man."

God gave me a list of things, that he wished for me to do.
And foremost on the list, was to watch and care for you.
And when you lie in bed at night, the day's chores put to flight.
God and I are closest to you....in the middle of the night.

When you think of my life on earth, and all those loving years
because you are only human, they are bound to bring you tears.
But do not be afraid to cry; it does relieve the pain.
Remember there would be no flowers, unless there was some rain.

I wish that I could tell you all that God has planned.
But if I were to tell you, you wouldn't understand.
But one thing is for certain, though my life on earth is o'er.
I'm closer to you now, than I ever was before.

There are many rocky roads ahead of you and many hills to climb;
but together we can do it by taking one day at a time.
It was always my philosophy and I'd like it for you too...
that as you give unto the world, the world will give to you.

If you can help somebody who's in sorrow and pain,
then you can say to God at night......"My day was not in vain."
And now I am contented....that my life has been worthwhile,
knowing as I passed along the way, I made somebody smile.

So if you meet somebody who is sad and feeling low,
just lend a hand to pick him up, as on your way you go.
When you're walking down the street, and you've got me on your mind;
I'm walking in your footsteps only half a step behind.

And when it's time for you to go.... from that body to be free,
remember you're not going.....you're coming here to me.

Ruth Ann Mahaffey (author)
©Copyright 1998-2008
http://www.ruthann1.com

May 01, 2008
I'm so sorry for your lost know that you are in our prayer. May God and David be watching down on you and all of his buddies in arms
just another mother of a 1-75th cav 2nd BCT
May 01, 2008
I am so sorry for your loss! Thank you, soldier, for your sacrifice.. you are an american HERO! Peace and blessings to your family during this time.
May 01, 2008
Thank you Spc. McCormick for your service to this country. You are a hero. God Bless You! Our prayers and sympathy are with your loved ones.
May 01, 2008
Father we entrust our brother David to your mercy. You loved him greatly in this life: now that he is freed from all its cares, give him happiness and peace forever. Welcome him now into paradise where there will be no more sorrow, no more weeping or pain, but only peace and joy with Jesus your Son, and the Holy Spirit forever and ever.
May God hold David in the palm of His hand. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. My deepest sympathies.
May 01, 2008
I am writing to offer my deepest sympathies to you and your family over the loss of your HERO Spc David P McCormick. I lost my son in Iraq on May 6/2007, so I can well understand your pain of losing a loved one so dear.

I pray you will be guided by a higher power to give you peace, comfort and strength in this time.

Psalm 34:18
The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit
GOD Bless you and your family. Your soldier was a true American Hero and we are all very proud of his service. He will not be forgotten!


(Proud mother of Sgt Joel W. Lewis, 5/20, 3-2 SBCT /Ft Lewis
KIA 5/6/07, Baqubah, Iraq)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXAX__FZYg4
May 01, 2008
Please know that as a mother of a Soldier; I'm grieving with you. As are so many, many others.
April 30, 2008
I am so sorry to hear of your terrible loss. My heart breaks for you. My son is also based on FOB Loyalty. He is a Medic with the 10th Mtn Div, out of Fort Polk, LA. He did not know your son, but he lost a friend in the same attack. He was so upset when he called me today. Every soldier is a part of the same family over there. I feel such a strong connection to your family and I am grieving with you. I live nearby in Richmond, and I am available for any help you might need. If you need to just talk, please contact me. Your entire family is being covered by my prayers. May God help you through this horrible nightmare.
April 30, 2008
Please accept my deepest sympthy for the loss of your Hero, and my sincerest gratitude for his service. The great state of Texas mourns for the loss of another of its sons. May God grant you peace and strength.

The Land of the Free, Because of the Brave

Proud aunt of a Marine Hero
PFC Chase Edwards, 3/8 Weapons Co.
KIA 06-Apr-2006
April 30, 2008
Our thoughts and prayers out to the McCORMICK family and all .Knowing now what they have always known is one of many reasons that our HERO[S] shall NEVER be forgotten.Rest well brother as promised and in your honor that star spangled banner shall FOREVER wave.Your name stamped in steel shall be FOREVER clutched in the tallons,as your spirit FOREVER soars high in the skies in the symbol of our greatfull nation..THANK YOU...............B.V.C..........
April 30, 2008
From our military family to yours, we would like to thank SPC McCormick for his service and sacrifice to this great country, as well as send our deepest condolences for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
April 30, 2008
Please accept my Deepest and Most Heartfelt Sympathy regarding the loss of Spc. David P. McCormick.
The price this Brave Young Soldier and his family have paid for this country and for freedom, Will Never Be Forgotten.
There is so much thanks to be given, to these young heroes, for their Courage, Dedication and Service.

May David rest safely now, in God's Care and may God's Healing Grace Bless the McCormick family.
I am the sister of such a young hero, who made the Ultimate Sacrifice in Vietnam, many years ago.

"Wait on the Lord, be of good courage
and He shall strengthen your heart"
~ Psalm 27:14 ~

May the Peace of God and your treasured memories of David,
remain in your heart always.
May this give you comfort and strength through the difficult days ahead.
You are in my thoughts and my prayers.
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