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wish you were still with us. You were one of a kind young lady. You made every one around you, love you.
God only takes the best of us to be angels when we are young. Roz, I know you have the biggest wings the Lord gives out.

Love,

Me
June 22, 2013
1ST LT Shulte (Roz) - You shall Never be forgotten. Not a day goes by that I don't remember you telling me " see you tomorrow SGT." May you & your loved ones rest in peace. You shall forever be a hero to many who had the blessings to know you. I wish it was me-you are worth more than I shall ever be. I am honored to have known you. Fly high angel.

SGT Sherri Shabestari 'Sebastian'
May 21, 2013
Somehow yesterday your day passed without my notice. You are a brave women. Shalom and RIP Comrade!
May 20, 2013
Rest in peace, Ros.
May 20, 2013
Thinking about you today...
April 30, 2013
It will have been 4 years when I first have the opportunity to visit your resting place. Yours was a bright smile at Eggers.
March 20, 2013
In memory and honor of 1st Lt Roslyn Schulte. I will eternally be grateful to her for her military service and the sacrifice she made for our Country.
March 20, 2013
Thank You
March 20, 2013
Outstanding, Schulte. The world said care for us please, help us.
And you stepped-up so honourably. Salute.
Truman said no one impressed him more than the soldier with a purple heart on her/his uniform.
March 20, 2013
March 20, 2013
thankyouforyourservice
May 20, 2012
To the family and friends of 1st Lt. Roslyn Schulte:
Always remembering Roslyn. "Some gave all."
May 19, 2012
Dear Roz,

Its been three years today since you were taken out of our lives all too soon. I am sitting here in Afghanistan and can't help but think about how much of an impact you had on me and the Air Force as a whole. You still live on in my mind, and in my daily actions as an AF NCO. Every day, I wear a rememberance bracelet on my wrist, not so I dont forget you (because that wont happen) but ...rather to remind myself to live up to your influence and the faith that you had in my potential. You are missed dearly my friend.

Love,

Me

RIP 1LT Roslyn L. Schulte, KIA 20 May 09
May 17, 2012
As the day approaches I try to never forget you. I remember that day like it was yesterday. You ARE what we all strive to be.
May 15, 2012
In blessed memory of 1st Lt. Roslyn Schulte, who lived her life with distinction, both in her military and personal life. As another anniversary approaches, let us remember that wonderful life again. LEST WE FORGET.
May 12, 2012
Dear Schulte Family,
Roz's name was read today at Congregation Adat Reyim in Springfield, VA, as the Rabbi remembered the yahrzeits of servicemembers who gave their lives for their country. I served with your daughter in Kabul and I think of her often. She was an amazing person and is of blessed memory to so many of us.
February 13, 2012
To Roslyn's family,
While reading my JNF magazing I came upon the piece done on 1Lt Schulte, and was touched deeply. The tragedy of her death is sobering. We are an Air Force family. My husband is a retired Master Sergeant, I spent 30 years in the Active Duty and Reserves, and our daughter, Beth, was in for ten years and deployed three times. We all feel this pain in a very real way. But we also know how fortunate we are to be home together when so many others cannot. Never do we forget this. And now, we will never forget you and your amazing daughter.
G-d Bless you always.
Lt Col Jackie Brill Crothers
October 20, 2011
Prayer Shawls 4 Fallen Soldiers (ps4fs@charter.net) is an organization with groups throughout the country who strive to send handmade prayer shawls and/ or lap robes to families who have lost a loved one in service to our country. Members of Trindle Spring Lutheran Church in Mechanicsburg, PA would like to honor your daughter’s sacrifice and memory by sending our prayers and comfort through a shawl which we will mail to you. If you are interested, please contact me at gramman@comcast.net with the names and addresses and what they would like to receive. We will send them as soon as possible. Also, if you know of any other families who are grieving the loss of a loved one who died serving our country, please pass along my e-mail address, as our organization can no longer get family contacts through the military. May God bless you and comfort you in the days ahead. Sincerely, Lynne
July 16, 2011
To the family and loved ones of this beautiful soldier who brought smiles where ever she went. I pray that you are given the strength to carry on knowing she loved doing what she did. She followed her dreams and in doing so she brought joy to those lucky enough to know her.
She will be remembered forever by those who served with her. She is forever in our hearts.
And its this type of sacrifice that makes our land what it is. All glory and praise belongs to our service members and their loved ones.

SGT Sherri S.
US Army (IRR)
California
May 30, 2011
May 27, 2011
Roslyn is never forgotten. Every Memorial Day the list of Fallen Heroes is read at Temple Anshe Sholom, Delray Beach, FL is read. Roslyn is among them. Post 321,Jewish War Veterans, Jake Sahl,Past Post Cmdr.
May 26, 2011
Thank you for your service, Roz. My prayers are with your family.
May 22, 2011
Roz--- I miss you!
May 21, 2011
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Schulte,

I think of you and your beautiful Roslyn often, as I walk by her portrait at my place of work. I know that you miss her now, two years later, just as much as you ever did. It is my prayer that God pours put upon you the peace and comfort that only He can give, and that you are able to celebrate the gift of such a wonderful daughter and her life so well lived.

Alice Babine
Mother of LCpl Travis Babine
KIA Afghanistan, 6 Aug 2009
May 21, 2011
Rest in peace 1st LT Roslyn Schulte
You will never be forgotten by those for whom you have sacrificed your life for . Live good in heaven and may you have an eternal life there.
May 20, 2011
To the family and friends of 1st Lt. Roslyn Schulte:
Please accept my remembrance of Roslyn on the anniversary of her passing and know that she will never be forgotten.
May 02, 2011
I worked with Lt. Schulte at the 613th AOC. She was a dedicated, professional officer. Nelson S. Lt Col, USAF retired
February 26, 2011
I am the son of the father, a daughter to God, and a friend to mankind. I am with peace.
February 25, 2011
To the family and friends of 1LT Roslyn Schulte. Please accept my condolences for the loss of this fine young officer.
Today I learned of her service to our country.

I belong to a group called Portrait Freedom. http://portraitfreedom.shutterfly.com/
We as a group have honored over 1,160 or our soldiers who have died in service of our nation. We provide their family with a wooden portrait free of charge as a way of honoring their loved ones service and loss.

If I can help the family with a portrait (again the portraits are donated at no charge to the family) please contact me at kennethyounkin@sbcglobal.net

Respectfully,

Kenneth A. Younkin
Col, USAR Ret.
November 12, 2010
L.T. I was telling an AF Officer we served with about that day and how I drove down that very road 12 hours before you did. I knew some of your friends. And although I never knew you, I think about that day every day. You and Master Sergeant C are on my mind every day.
November 11, 2010
I know it's Veterans Day and not Memorial Day, but thinking of you and your big smile today, Roz. You will not be forgotten.
November 11, 2010
I was a double blue star "Auntie Eema" and was lucky enough to have my boys return safely from Iraq. Since the beginning of this month,I have been looking at the picture of your brave and beautiful daughter in the Jewish War Veterans calendar. Now as we honor all those who have served so proudly, some making the ultimate sacrifice, please know that 1st LT Roslyn Littman Schulte will forever be remembered.
October 25, 2010
I recently participated in a Run for the Fallen event in my hometown. I'm proud to say that I ran for you Roslyn. I wore your name on my shirt and ran many hills in our city park in your memory. I'll be praying for your loved ones. Thank you for giving everything to protect us and our country.
June 29, 2010
Your legacy will forever live on in the hearts of those who knew you and shared in your struggle to protect our country and the ultimate sacrifice you gave so that we can be grateful for what we have. Your family, friends, loved ones and fellow soldiers will stay in my thoughts and prayers.
A Proud Military Mom.
June 27, 2010

Taking time out of my busy day to remember a fallen hero. You will never be forgotten. RIP young warrior.
June 18, 2010
I never met Roz, but I knew some of her friends she went to pre-deployment training with. I drove over that spot in the road 20-30 times (and the bomb was there)....the last time twelve hours before she did and the IED never got me. 12 hours later they got Roz. There's not a day that goes by that I don't think about her. The morning it happened I was shattered...I had been on that spot the night before! I carry her in my heart forever.
June 12, 2010
Remembering 1ST LT. Roslyn Schulte and the mission that Volunteer Medics World did last year in Afghanistan to honor her. I will make my way to pay her respect once back in the USA. To the family we say that our hearts are with you all today! Gerald Scott Flint, Volunteer Medics Worldwide and OEF/OIF Veteran
June 01, 2010
God bless this fallen giant and her family. America has lost a great citizen, but our resolve is stronger.
May 25, 2010
Trully... a toast.
May 20, 2010
To the family and friends of 1st Lt. Roslyn Schulte:
Remembering Roslyn on the anniversary of her passing. May our fallen heroes never be forgotten!
Peggy Childers
"Don't Let The Memory Of Them Drift Away"
www.IraqWarHeroes.org
May 20, 2010
Schulte Family - I hope your memories of Roz have been for a blessing today. We mourn Roz's passing just as much today as we did a year ago when the news came back to Camp Eggers. Most of us have returned home since last May but all of us carry Roz in our hearts. We will never forget her or stop being inspired by her.
May 20, 2010
Dear Shulte Family -
I can't imagine how difficult today must be for you. I want you to know your daughters sacrifice will never be forgotten. You are in my prayers today.

From a member of Soldiers' Angels.
May 20, 2010
Dear Shulte Family,

We hope that your day is full of wonderful memories of Roz. She is dearly missed by everyone in Hawaii. Our thoughts and our prayers are with you today.
May 20, 2010
thank you
May 20, 2010
Mr. and Mrs. Schulte,

I was a friend of Roslyn's in Hawaii. She was a beautiful woman and an outstanding young officer. As her sponsor upon arrival to the island, I had the pleasure of meeting her and showing her around on her first day at work. I will never forget her big smile and the bright light she shone on those around her. Her loss was felt around the world by all that knew and loved her. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers on this difficult one year anniversary.
May 20, 2010
Mr. and Mrs. Schulte,

I imagine that today is a very difficult day for you. You have been on my mind recently, as I have anticipated the arrival of this anniversary when seeing Roslyn's portrait each day. I hope you are able to have a celebration today of your beautiful daughter and the remarkable life that she lived. Should tears of sadness come, I pray that you are comforted by your sweet memories and the knowledge that she was a hero and a blessing to so many.

“Father of all, we pray to you for Roslyn, and for all those whom we love but see no longer. Grant to them eternal rest. Let light perpetual shine upon them. May her soul and the souls of all the departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace." Amen.

(Mother of LCpl Travis Babine, KIA 6 Aug 09)
May 20, 2010
Dear Schulte family,
Roslyn will forever burn the brightest in the memories of those who knew her. I am so grateful for being able to call her a friend and will always cherish the time together in Kabul - whether bemoaning the country music being played while training in the gym or feeding stray afghan dogs together at the Bala Hissar!! The grace that Roslyn always displayed in particularly trying circumstances was an inspiration and she will never be forgotten. Of the many memories I have of my time in Afghnanistan I remember a particularly poignant speech Roz made at a service for Holocaust Remembrance Month - in the middle of a conflict many of us were experiencing first hand, she was able to rise above our daily troubles and envision the universal that many of us had lost sight of. She was truly remarkable that afternoon and I am glad I had the opportunity to witness it. I still cannot believe the news a year later. Even though the world is a better place for Roz having been here - it still feels broken. My thoughts and prayers are with you, her family circle and her close friends, throughout the year but particularly today. Thank you for bringing Roslyn into our lives, she will never be forgotten and her example helps guide me still. With sincere condolences to you all at this time.
May 20, 2010
My thoughts are with you on this heavy first year anniversay.
May 13, 2010
Dear Mr and Mrs Schulte,
I know May is a tougher time than most. Please know that I have not forgotten Roz. I see her face on the Ladies of Liberty Blog everyday when i am on the homepage. Her smile always makes me smile!
My thoughts are with you
Diane Fairben
Ladies od Liberty
Soldiers Angels
Proud mom of Keith 9/11/01
April 28, 2010
Roslyn was honored by her high school with the Outstanding Alumna Award. It was good to see her many friends who gathered for the event. Your support is greatly appreciated by Susie, Todd and me.


http://www.jburroughs.org/news-and-events/outstanding-alumna-award-roz-schulte-02
March 01, 2010
To the Schulte family, my deepest sympathy & sorrow that the world has lost such a good soul. Very sorry.
February 26, 2010
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
January 29, 2010
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Schulte,
Please accept my family's deepest condolences on the death of your dear daughter Roslyn. I'm a retired Air Force officer and current Air Force historian (civilian) at ARPC in Denver. I read in the Air Force News that she was awarded the Medal of Valor for her service, and wanted to know more about her life. Everything I read illustrated what a beautiful person she was, in every way. Although I was not privileged to know her, I mourn with you for one who died so young. I will be deployed to the AOR in September, and so her story really touched me. Your daughter's strong patriotism and love of country is an inspiration, and I want my 17 year old daughter to be the kind of American that your daughter was. Roslyn was and is a true hero. Our thoughts and prayers are with you always, and may Roslyn rest in the arms of the Lord.
December 15, 2009
Dear Mr and Mrs Schulte,
I just wanted you to know that you and Roslyn are always in my prayers. I know how much harder this season is than most times of the year.
My family is grateful for Roslyn's service and sacrifice.
Angel Hugs
Diane Fairben
Soldiers Angels
Proud Mom of Keith, 9/11/01
December 03, 2009
On this day and with each day that we enjoy our freedom, I would like to give thanks and let you know that I do not take our troops for granted. May you experience God when you feel your loss.
November 19, 2009
My heartfelt sympathy to the Schulte family and friends in the loss of Roslyn. I did not know Roslyn, 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. Roslyn 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"
November 16, 2009
to Roslyn L. Schlulte, Lt, May he hold you in his hands, letting you know you can wait beside the still waters where you, family & friends shall meet again. Thank you Lt. Schulte, so much for your life and service to us. Sincerly, Sandy Elliott (WAC 57) Co. B
Fort McClelland, Ala.
November 14, 2009
Dear Family and Friends,

I frequently go to Legacy and randomly pick our heros to remember what each has done for me. I live free. Thank you dear Roslyn.
November 11, 2009
”Honor and Remember” - “Project Compassion” We love our Soldiers! We love our country and we cannot express enough love and compassion to the families of our fallen heroes. War does not discriminate – It breaks our hearts to see the faces of the fallen. We want to give this gift to the hero’s Mother, Father and/or spouse. We are a 501c3 nonprofit organization! Over 1,800 portraits have been completed and shipped to the parents and or spouse - at no cost as this is a gift from one American to another!
This is a gift! We have some wonderful sponsors who help with the costs, and only want you know that we care.
Contact us directly at Projectcompassion@manti.com or go to www.heropaintings.com . If you have already had a portrait completed, we pray that you are enjoying the portrait and God Bless You.
Sincerely and Respectfully,
Kenna
November 11, 2009
Thank you for all you have done for our country. You will be in our thoughts and prayers forever.
November 02, 2009
As Veterans Day nears, You are remembered.

S/Sgt. Jacob Sahl 20th Air Force Combat Veteran.
November 01, 2009
You gave your all Lieutenant Schulte, rest in peace.We honor your sacrifice and we humbly thank you and pray for you and all those left behind.
November 01, 2009
Our thoughts & prayers are with you, may God comfort you during this difficult time. We thank your loved one for her service & sacrifice to our country, She's our Heroe and we will never forget, God bless....
October 31, 2009
To the family of 1LT Roslyn Schulte, Please accept my condolences on the loss of your beautiful daughter. I want to say thank you so much Roslyn for your service in the military and protecting our freedom. You will always be in my prayers. God Bless Your family. Steve Willis (RET) USAF, A Vietnam Vet.
October 31, 2009
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Your Love Will Always Be In My Heart.
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I'll cling on to Your love
in My heart;

I won't let go of Your love
in My heart,

Your love will remain in My
heart forever;

I'll hold on to Your love
so tightly as though it was
made of gold,

Your love will always be My
treasure;

I'll seal up Your love
in My heart,

I'll cherish Your love in My
heart forever;

Your love will always be My
keepsake in My heart,

Not even death itself can
separate Your love in My
heart;

And I won't let Your love
wither or fade away in My
heart,

Your love will always linger
on and on in My heart;

Your love will always be in
My heart forever.


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October 19, 2009
You will NEVER be forgotten. Here's a toast.

1st Lt Cornelio
USAFA c/0 2007
October 03, 2009
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Schulte,

I walk past a portrait of your beautiful daughter every day at the HQ of the Air Force ISR Agency. It is a privilege to remember her, her honorable service and her sacrifice each time I walk that hallway. I never got to meet Roslyn, but through the remembrances of friends and family I can see she was a a wonderful young woman and a fine officer whom I would have been honored to know.

The memorial portrait of Roslyn touched me deeply when I first saw it, as my son was also deployed to Afghanistan. Since then, he too has fallen to an IED attack. I now share your sorrow and your pain in a way that only fellow travelers on this path can. I pray that you will know the peace that only God can provide, and that He comforts you today and in the months ahead.

(Mother of LCpl Travis Babine, KIA 6 Aug 09)
September 08, 2009
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED , KABUL AFGHANISTAN 07 SEPTEMBER 2009!
On 08 August a team of 100% Volunteers from all over the country and the world began "The Roslyn Schulte Memorial Humanitarian Mission" to assist children in War Torn Afghanistan. Some of these children were the very children that LT Schulte would try to help herself and with her own money. Thousands of lives were touched, eyes were healed, wounds repaired, fractures set and many local Afghans were trained to assist and care for their own in IDP/REFUGEE camps in Afghanistan. We also tried tried to show compassion though it was very hard at times with all the bombings and security threats. We can say that we know we save many young boys from recruitment by Taliban and ANTI-GOVERNMENT elements operating in the Afghan AOR. Though we could not save you, Ros we saved many in your honor and in memory of you! The mission is over now but much is still going on there as a result of this activity.Some of the world's best known reporters and photographers covered this mission as we worked BOMB rescues, normal clinics and follow up exams on those that we treated. Major General Formica's office at Camp EGGERS , Kabul was informed of our mission for Roslyn as well. The small mudd and dockey dung building where we treated hundreds in IDP camp PAWAN has been named Schulte School/Clinic. 8 young Afghan children are also educated there with help from the "Women of hope Project" which we have partnered with in Afghanistan. An email we read from Bob Schulte whilst we were in Afghanistan let us know that we had done a good thing in memory of LT. ROSLYN SCHULTE , USAF KIA AFGANISTAN MAY 2009. Anyone wishing futher information or photos from this mission can contact , Volunteer Medics Worldwide, Gerald Scott Flint, Director volmedics@aol.com volmedics@gmail.com TEL/FAX 812-986-3494 P.O. BOX 767. BRAZIL, INDIANA USA 47834
September 07, 2009
I think I did this already, but it's worth a second shot. Thanks.
September 07, 2009
Thank you Roslyn. May peace find you and your family.

Major Chris LeCron
September 07, 2009
Thank you and bless you Rosyln, and peace to you and your family. Blessed be, Amen.
September 07, 2009
Dear Schulte Family--

Not a day goes by that I do not think about Roz--- I continue to pray for comfort for you-- knowing all the lives Roz touched in life and death.

Big Angel hugs--

Soldiers' Angels
September 06, 2009
Bob, Susie, and Todd,
Even though a few months have passed,
I just wanted to say that you are in my prayers daily and that Roz is in my heart. I can't imagine how difficult it must be to cope with the loss. She was a wonderful woman and made a great impact in the short time she was with us. You must be so very proud. There is nothing I can do except to let you know that she will NOT be forgotten. The ultimate sacrifice that she and your family has made will be respected, revered and remembered. I know that is little comfort, but it is important to me that you know you are being lifted up to God, even when it may not feel like it. Please accept my heartfelt condolences.
August 16, 2009
I wrote a poem in honor of a young lady, from our local area, who lost her life during "Desert Storm," had it inscribed on a plaque and presented it to her unit.I think the poem applies equally to Lt. Shulte.She gave her tomorrows for our todays.

OH YES, I WAS THE GUARD

SSG William McDonald
(U.S. Army, Ret.)

He trod the snow with Washington,
his feet were numb with pain
He fired the shot heard round the world,
the prize he sought, he gained

My brother wore the Union blue,
as he climbed Henry Hill
My comrade word the Rebel gray,
as his heart lay cold and still

The Guardsman packed his duffel bag
at Uncle Sam’s request
Through years to come the Fueher’s men
would give him little rest

In the skies of Vietnam,
his wings were swept with fog
A missle arcked, a pilot died,
and touched the face of God

Someone tapped her shoulder
and said, “It is your turn,”
In his hand a worn baton,
“The race is not quite won.”

And though she would lose family,
and though she would lose friends
And though she would lose life itself,
her hand she did extend

Her teammate was still struggling
to match her faster gait
And as he passed baton to her,
he fell to seal his fate

And as she clutched that hallowed prize,
the wood was red and scarred
He whispers as he ends his watch,
“Oh yes, I was the Guard”

It was her turn to run the race,
beneath a foreign sun
Her ship had weathered every rack,
the prize she sought, she won

It was her turn to set the pace
across the burning sand
What Guard will dare to take her place,
which one extends his hand?
August 15, 2009
Just reading about LT Roslyn here in Northern Thailand. She sounds like a fine example of a human and my thoughts go out to her family and friends who miss her.
August 12, 2009
11 August 2009 , Kabul, Afghanistan

"Roslyn Shulte Memorial Mission Kabul 2009"

Be it known that in honor and memory of the the life service of LT ROSLYN SHULTE, USAF, a significant humanitarian mission to assist the poor and children of Afghanistan is currently being conducted in Kabul and other provinces of the country of Afghanistan. Volunteer Medics Worldwide, a 100% unpaid group of medics, pilots, teachers and other professionals has launch the fourth 2009 mission of this kind from ST LOUIS, MO on 08 August 2009. Members from TEAM SCOTT AFB, IL donated time, funds,medical equipment and supplies which have been flown into Afghanistan the team with the assistance of KAM AIRLINES OF AFGHANISTAN. The mission is designed to bring direct aide to children who would otherwise be left to seek aide from and my be recruited by Taliban and other ANTI-AFGHAN , NATO AND US forces fighting to secure the freedom in Afghanistan today!We feel that this is most noble and meaningful way to honor the memory of such a gallant young American who had the trust and respect of all who loved and knew her! Our goal is to carry on the mission that she was so much a part of here in Afghanistan, working for the Freedom for it's children's future! Anyone wishing to comment on, assist with, or seeking further information regarding this mission should contact Gerald Scott Flint at volmedics@aol.com or by calling the team in Afghanistan at 0093 (0)788400749. The compound where we live and work from is just a few blocks away from Where Lt Shulte left the day she paid the higest price and left us all. Camp Eggers Shall also be made aware of this humanitarian action conducted on behalf of one of their former members. May God bless and be with all those who love, honor and remember Roslyn Shulte,
Gerald Scott Flint, Founder and Director , Volunteer Medics Worldwide Team Afghanistan 2009.
August 09, 2009
Tribute to a woman soldier:

She is a woman soldier
Whose service was true
She proudly served
The Red, White and Blue

She gave of her life
So others could be FREE
Without any hesitation
She joined unselfishly

She did her job well
With Honor and Pride
And served her great country
With the men alongside

We're proud today to know
That although she is gone
She goes on to glory
After a job "well done"

And so "Our Dear Sister"
We salute you today
A special soldier laid to rest
In this quiet, solemn way

We thank you for your service to our country and for paying the ultimate price for our FREEDOM. May God bless your family and comfort them at this special time.

Anna Sanders
Women Veterans of Louisiana
July 28, 2009
I had the HONOR to work with 1st LT Schulte.When the news came in that she was gone everyone that knew her had not only lost the best Officer on post but also lost their best friend. IN my 4 years of service she was by far the best of the best. She cared for her troops, her country, and her family. I will probably never see another officer in my career that will ever compair to 1st LT Schulte. She will be deeply missed by everyone who had the pleasure to meet her.I miss you LT and will never forget you.
July 25, 2009
No bond is as great as that between a parent and child. My deepest condolences are with you as you grieve.
July 19, 2009
We must never forget ====== Thank you Roz.


Soldiers' Angels Ladies of Liberty houses a tribute to Roz.

www.SoldiersAngelsLadiesofLiberty.com
July 18, 2009
Though I did not know Lt. Schulte, its obvious she was a person of excellence. Roslyn, may God hold you in the very hollow of His hand. You "gave your tomorrows for our todays." Rest in Peace.
July 04, 2009
I did not know her.
Have never met her.
But, her soul radiates
as if she touched everyone.

Yes, she was young.
full of smiles.
Please enjoy her lasting
memories left on this world.

I am deeply sorry
This must be hard
She lived to what her
heart desired....
She made everything better
June 23, 2009
Roz' brilliant short life inspired and touched us, both as 30 year Air Force
members and as parents of talented 20-something daughters. Her wonderful
accomplishments and energy are no doubt evidence she was a 'chip off the
old block', just like her dad and mom in many ways. Jane's family is full of
lacrosse fanatics, so we understand the infectious nature of that sport. We
are certain that Roz' bravery
and dedication to duty will be the stuff of legends for many generations of
future Air Force Academy and John Burroughs grads. You are in our thoughts and
prayers. Phi alpha, brother.
June 22, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
June 17, 2009
Sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of working with/for Roz and living down the hall from her in the fall of 2005 and there is no doubt in my mind that we lost one of the best people I have known. Roz had a way of going on when others seemed to want to give up. She was driven not only to be the best academically, athletically, and militarily; but more importantly she was also driven to be a friend, mentor, and role model. She possessed a quality of humbleness and selflessness that few others with her talent level possess. She always led from the front and being around her made me a better military officers and person.

Although Roz is gone she will always have a lasting affect on the world through those that were fortunate enough to know her and learn from her example. I know I am a better person and officer because of her influence on my life and I thank God for putting her in all of our lives.
June 15, 2009
Dear Susie and Bob,

Please accept my deepest condolences. I just heard about Roz and her bravery in serving our country so that my children and myself can sleep safely at night. I have fond memories of her at Cardinal baseball games and listening to your stories of her boundless energy. You are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless America and Roz.
June 14, 2009
Prayer for Peace

Lord, make me an instrument of your peace;
Where there is hatred, let me sow love;
Where there is injury, pardon;
Where there is doubt, faith;
Where there is despair, hope;
Where there is darkness, light;
And where there is sadness, joy.

O Divine Master,
Grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled as to console;
To be understood, as to understand;
To be loved, as to love;
For it is in giving that we receive,
It is in pardoning that we are pardoned,
And it is in dying that we are born to eternal life.

Amen
June 14, 2009
You stood on my shoulders and I am sorry you fell. Too great a loss.
SSG Kit Carson
USMC/USArmy(Ret)
June 14, 2009
You gave your life so that I could be free and I thank you. I didn't know you but I feel honored to sign your guestbook. Rest in Peace.
June 10, 2009
My heart felt sympathy to Roz's family and all who will miss her. We live, safe and secure, because of her and we will not forget.
June 09, 2009
To the Family , and all who knew her, please accept this expression of my deepest sympathy and gratitude for her service, and sacrifice she made. We live, safe and secure, because of who she was.

David Thomson, and Family.
June 09, 2009
My heartfelt sympathy to all who knew 1st. LT. Roslyn Schulte. May the memories of her live on in our hearts forever. God Bless!
June 08, 2009
Cathy Johnson -- and Roz's family and friends... the tribute that I set up for Roz on the Soldiers' Angels Ladies of Liberty blog will stay there always.

www.SoldiersAngelsLadiesofLiberty.com (scroll down the right hand side)

You can send me links and notes that you would like to see added to that... shellemichaels@soldiersangels.org


cathy-- I will place the note from Shivan there too-- I just need a copy of it.

Big Angel Hugs to you all.
June 07, 2009
A day does not go by, when I do not think about Roz. She touched the lives of so many while living and so many through her death as well. She died an American hero. RIP.


We have a little tribute set up for her at www.SoldiersAngelsLadiesofLiberty.com
June 05, 2009
My deepest condolences on your tremendous loss. Without brave women like 1st Lt Roslyn Schulte, I would not have the freedom I enjoy every day. It's my duty now to thank her and pay respect for her ultimate sacrifice. God bless you in your time of need and bring you peace.
June 04, 2009
To the family of 1st Lt. Roslyn Schulte:
Roslyn 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
June 03, 2009
Thank you Roslyn for your service to our country and for your sacrifice. You and so many others over 230+ years have sacrificed mightily for our freedoms, and we all our eternally grateful.
June 03, 2009
I am writing to offer my deepest sympathies to you and your family over the loss of your HERO 1st Lt Roslyn Schulte. 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 her service. She 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.myspace.com/tulsaok1nurse
June 02, 2009
Schulte Family,
I never knew Roz,but through Shell I have learned that your daughter was an awesome person. She had so much to give. And she gave the most precious gift any of us could ever give to anyone-she sacrificed her life so that we are able to remain free and hopefully follow in her steps. God gives us people like Roz to teach us what it is He expects from each and every one of us-nothing but the very best. I wish I could have known your daughter. I would have been truly blessed.She is now with our almighty Father in heaven, looking lovingly down
at all of you. She will remain forever in your hearts and now in mine. Thank you
for raising such an incredible young woman.May God bless you and ease your pain and know that your daughter did not
perish in fear-Christ was with her.
Lovingly yours,
A Soldier's Angel,
June 02, 2009
you are in our prayers&thoughts.
June 01, 2009
Mr and Mrs Schulte,

My heart and prayers go out to you and your family at this time of need. My fiance' will be going to Camp Eggers in July and I have requested for him to place flowers on the memorial of you daugther. Please accept my condolences.
June 01, 2009
Mr and Mrs Schulte,

I am blessed to have known you daughter. She was a strong officer with a kind heart. Please accept my condolences.

Ros, thank you for your heroic service.
June 01, 2009
Mr and Mrs. Schultle I had the pleasure of knowing Roz while I was at the Air Force Academy in Cadet Squadron 7. She was someone who was very kind hearted and gentle. Upon word of her loss I could not believe it. She is the first classmate that I personally knew from USAFA that has fallen in battle and that has been especially hard on me. She is a hero and always will be.

God Bless

LTJG Richard Martinson
United States Navy
USAFA Class of 2007
June 01, 2009
Mr. and Mrs. Schulte,

I had the pleasure of working with your daughter at DGS-5, HI. She was one of a kind officer. She knew as a Lt to sit back and learn but she also stood up when she knew something was wrong. I saw her on her way over to the desert on Feb 19 2009. I was PCSing to Ramstein and she was deploying. It was very comforting to see a familiar face on the plane. That is one thing I love about the military, you are always around family. I just want to say I am sorry to hear of your loss and of the Air Force's loss. She was a wonderful woman.

V/R
TSgt Cathryn Acklin
June 01, 2009
On behalf of the Department of Florida, Jewish War Veterans, USA. Accept our heartfelt condolences.
We will remember Lt Roslyn Schulte in our hearts and prayers. When we have our meetings we always have the memorial prayers, Kadish and el mole rachamim. She will be remebered.
Adjutant Jake Sahl, Dept. of Florida.
WW2 Veteran, 20th AF, 504th BGP
June 01, 2009
We were so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
June 01, 2009
Although I did not know your daughter, please know that I am humbled and grateful for her service to our country. My prayers are with you at this time.
June 01, 2009
There are no words of comfort that come to mind at this unimaginable time for your family. I hope that you will find comfort in knowing that your daughters service to this country is heroic, respected and very much appreciated. I pray God's angels of comfort and healing for you all.
June 01, 2009
Dear Mr. & Mrs. Schulte,

Please accept my deepest sympathies.

Sincerely,

Deirdre Haynes
June 01, 2009
I am very sorry for your loss. It has been said that time heals all things, I pray that your hearts are soon healed and filled with the warmth of memories shared with your daughter.

My condolences
June 01, 2009
To the parents and family, I offer my heartfelt sorrow for the death of your loved one. So many times we don’t understand why this has to happen to us but know that you aren’t alone. There are many who have also suffered the death of their loved ones and we know that you will get through the day one minute by minute. When my son was killed in action I thought the world would end but through connection with others who had gone through this terrible tragedy I found that I wasn’t alone. When and if you would like to reach out and talk, vent, cry or just know how to get through each minute of the day please contact me. You are now a Gold Star Family and as such you should know that many of us are here to help and listen. May God bless and comfort you each and every day.

http://goldstarfamilysupportgroup.com

In memory of my son
SPC Harry (Buck) Winkler III
KIA 11/12/2006 Samarra, Iraq
CO-A 2/505th PIR 82nd Airborne
June 01, 2009
My deepest condolences on the loss of your daughter, sister, friend, loved one. May you always know the heartfelt gratitude that millions of Americans feel for your daughter for her service to our country. Your loss is unmeasurable I'm sure, but please know the thoughts and prayers of so many are with you in this difficult time. God Bless you and Roslyn.
June 01, 2009
Words cannot adequately convey what my heart feels right now for you who have lost a loved one. Take comfort that Roslyn has joined the many heroes who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country. May God bless you and help you through the difficult times ahead. My thoughts and prayers to Roslyn's family and friends.
May 31, 2009
My thoughts are with you as you celebrate the life of your courageous daughter, Roz. Although her life was taken so suddenly and so soon, the memories of her will live forever. Know that the nation morns with you.
May 31, 2009
Lots of love and prayers to the Schulte family and friends. Don't forget to celebrate knowing her even through your darkest nights.
May 31, 2009
Please accept our family's heartfelt sympathy for your loss and gratitude for Lt. Schulte's service to our country.
May 31, 2009
To the family of 1st Lt. Roslyn Schulte,
I want to join the many people from around the country writing to express sadness and sympathy over the loss of your extraordinary daughter. I am sorry that I did not have the privilege of knowing her, she clearly touched so many so profoundly.
May 31, 2009
The Final Salute

“Brothers in Arms”, Military men and women down through the centuries, have traditionally exchanged “Hand Salutes” as a sign of recognition and as a way to render courtesy and respect one to another.

This “Hand Salute” is the last that we shall render to 1Lt. Roslyn Schulte our Sister in Arms. To her family it symbolizes the love and respect that we have for Roslyn. And to Roslyn it is rendered as a symbol of honor and gratitude to thank her for the ultimate sacrifice she made while opposing enemy forces in Afghanistan. No greater love is shown than a man lay down his life for another. Roslyn, you are a brave Warrior, a true Patriot and a national Hero. With your passing, our Country has lost a National Treasure. We bid you a sad farewell. You will be dearly missed from among our ranks. Be at ease. Rest in Peace.

On behalf of the 1,309 members of Lowe-McFarlane Post 14 of the American Legion in Shreveport, Louisiana, I extend our sympathies and our condolences to Roslyn’s family and loved ones.

Dennis N. Engdahl, Commander, American Legion Post 14
5315 S. Lakeshore Drive, Shreveport, LA 71109
May 31, 2009
Please accept my condolences. I didn't know Roz, but I learned of her through Soldiers' Angels. This is a terrible loss, and my heart goes out to all of her family and friends.
May 31, 2009
You will always be proud of your beloved Roz. My deepest sympathy to the entire family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
May 31, 2009
To the Schulte family,

I know there are no words to say, except how sorry I am for your loss. May you hold Roslyns' memory in your heart and please remember she 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
Sgt. David M.Fisher
KIA 12/1/04
May 30, 2009
Your family is in our hearts and prayers.... and we want you to know how proud we are of your daughter Roz and of all our serving military. God bless you.

Jennifer Hawkins, Soldiers' Angels
May 30, 2009
Please accept my deepest sympathies.
May 30, 2009
Please accept my deepest sympathies.
May 30, 2009
Thank you for your service to our country. May you welcome the open arms of our Lord. My thoughts and prayers our with your family and friends.

The Final Inspection

"Step forward, now
How shall I deal with you;
Have you always turned the other cheek,
To my bible always true?"

The soldier snapped to attention,
"No, Lord, I guess I aint;
It seems that we who carry guns,
Can't always be a saint."

"I've had to work most Sundays,
My work was always rough;
At times I have been violent,
Because the job was tough."

"But, I never took a penny,
That wasn't mine to keep;
Though I worked a lot of overitme,
When my bills became to steep."

"I never passed a cry for help,
But often shook with fears,
And sometimes, God, forgive me,
I have wept unmanly tears."

"I know I don't deserve a place,
Among these good folks here;
They never wanted me around,
Unless a war was near."

"But if you have room for me,
It need not be too grand;
I never had, or needed much,
Im sure you understand."

A silence fell around that throne,
Where saints had often trod;
The dead soldier, with baited breath,
Feared judgement from his God.

"Step forward now, U.S. soldier,
You've borne your burdens well;
Walk peacefully on Heaven's streets,
You've done you're time in hell."

Lady Di
Patriot Guard Rider
Soldiers Angels
May 30, 2009
Roz, You are what makes America special. Your sacrifice will never be forgotten, nor will you.
May 30, 2009
Roz,
You have been such a hero to us all. You were taken far too soon and will be so missed by all. Gods speed dear friend.
May 29, 2009
Our thoughts and prayers our with the family of 1st LT. Roslyn "Roz" Schulte. Heartfelt thanks for her service to our country.
Joann Fabrizio Soldiers'Angels Ladies of Liberty
May 29, 2009
Roslyn, God bless you soldier and thank you for your brave and honorable service to a grateful nation and for paying the ultimate price for our freedom.. You are now in great company with God and so many other fallen heroes before and after you. On 5/6/08 my nephew PFC Aaron J. Ward was killed in action in Iraq and my final promise to him was to never forget him and our fallen hero’s, we will never forget their commitment and sacrifice. To the Schulte family, words cannot express the pain we now share, but our families will forever have a bond and we will be thinking of Roslyn and your family and will keep you in our thoughts & prayers. Since the loss of my nephew I have written on every single legacy page of every fallen soldier and included a photo of my nephew. I encourage you to do the same to Aaron's page. I have done this to honor my nephew but to let you know your loved one is not alone and my nephew is with him and they are now in God's gracious hands waiting for us to join them one day. From the bottom of my heart please except my sincere condolences and may the memories of your Hero carry you through each day for he will never be forgotten!

In Memory of my Nephew
PFC Aaron J. Ward (MP-US Army)
KIA 5/6/08 Al Anbar Province,Iraq
http://www.freewebs.com/aj-ward/
May 29, 2009
Roz,
You are a true American Hero. Thank you for your sacrifice and courage.
May you rest in peace forever in the arms of the angels.
May 29, 2009
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Schulte, I heard so much about your lovely daughter and saw many photos of her at different events. One event in particular touched my heart; it was a benefit for children. I have the photograph of Roz wearing her clown costume for the children. It is my favorite photo of her. I sketched a portrait of her and plan to do a painting. (I am an artist). Would you like to have the painting? We all have our way of saying goodbye, this is my way. If it brings some small comfort to you, I would like you to have the painting.
May 29, 2009
LT, it is was wonderful knowing you and it is truly a loss to have you leave so soon. You will be missed. I hope your family knows and feels all our thoughts of support for them. I wish I had made it back from Afghanistan in time to go to your memorial.
May 29, 2009
I met Roz through Soldiers' Angels when she wrote to us and said that she would like support for a few of the females that were deployed with her that were not getting any care packages.

I have a team within Soldiers' Angels called the Ladies of Liberty- assisting the deployed females with their support needs and wants while away from their families and friends.

I quickly added the ladies AND Roz to the list of support and had been shipping packages and exchanging emails with her for some time.

I was saddened to hear that such an amazing, bright and talented young Airman had been killed in Afghanistan.

We have set up a tribute to Roz on the Soldiers' Angels Ladies of Liberty blog- www.SoldiersAngelsLadiesofLiberty.com.

I will be setting something up in her name soon, that will reach out to all the ladies that in the future shall be at war.

We will miss you Roz- you were a ray of light. You will never be forgotten.

Shelle Michaels
Soldiers' Angels Ladies of Liberty team director
ShelleMichaels@SoldiersAngels.org



I thought I saw your face today,
in the sparkle of the morning sun.
And then I heard the angel say,
"Their work on earth is done."

I thought I heard your voice today,
then laugh your hearty laugh.
And then I heard the angel say,
"There's peace dear one at last."

I thought that you had left me,
for the stars so far above.
And then I heard the angel say,
"They left you with their love."

I thought that I would miss you so,
and never find my way.
And then I heard the angel say,
"They're with you every day."
"The sun, the wind, the moon, the stars,
will forever be around,
reminding you of the love you shared,
and the peace they've finally found.
May 29, 2009
1st Lt. Schulte,
I don't know you nor ever had the chance to meet you,but through Shelle and Soldiers Angels I have come to know you somewhat.
A familiar quote runs through my head~"All gave some,some gave all" YOU gave all...and for that,I offer you a heartfelt condolences. It means alot to me that people of your caliber are willing to keep this country free!! I am an Army vet,I fly my flag every day~and~ I respect your generation of heroes.
A final salute to you 1st Lt. Schulte.
Thank you and may you rest in Heavens arms when Taps sounds.
May 29, 2009
Always in our hearts and prayers! The loss of one soldier is a loss felt by the entire nation.
May 29, 2009
This war has yet taken another young soldier. To the family of 1st Lt. Schulte I want to say thank you for your sacrifice. I to know the pain of losing your soldier, my son was taken on 10/13/06 in Iraq. Just remember that Lt. Schulte is a true hero and will be missed dearly, rest in peace lt. you severve it.
May 29, 2009
I didn't know Roslyn, but Bruce Cohn, Roslyn's boyfriend is my Sister-in-law's nephew.
I lost my step-daughter in 1994 and I know that losing a daughter is profoundly difficult. I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
May 29, 2009
Our deepest sympathy goes out to you on the ultimate sacrifice your daughter has made. Our son was a classmate of your daughter at USAFA. They knew each other from attending service together back in basic training and also from both of them being Lacrosse team Captains. Our son said she was a leader of people on and off the field. Hopefully you can find some comfort in the words of those she touched.
May 28, 2009
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Schulte:
My wife and I regret that we never had the opportunity to meet your remarkable daughter, but our thoughts and prayers go out to you and we share your grief.
May the Lord bless you and keep you in the days and months to come.

Chris Turnbow and Michal bat Avraham
May 28, 2009
REST IN PEACE 1ST LT SCHULTE, TO YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS MAY THE MEMORIES OF THIS WONDERFUL SOLDIERS LIFE FILL YOUR HEARTS WITH BEAUTIFUL MEMORIES
GOD BLESS YOU
May 28, 2009
Rest in peace.
May 28, 2009
My deeps sympathy to your family at this time. Roslyn attended the USAFA with my niece, Allison - both '06 grads. I found this photo and caption and wanted to add it here for all to see how much she was loved by her military brothers and sisters.

I also found a video that may have been taken sometime in May that is too large to send. Please contact me directly and I'll point you to its location.

Find peace in knowing that she is safe now from all harm.
May 27, 2009
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Follow The Rainbow To Heaven.
===========================================

A Soldier had die out on the
battlefield;

Broken hearts are weeping For
Them,

But take comfort of knowing
that God had sent Them a
rainbow from heaven;

The Souls of the Soldiers
have gone to there home
in heaven,

Our Loved One's has follow
God's lovely rainbow in the
sky;

All the way to the end of the
sky.

That leads all the way to the
other end of the Lord's
house in heaven,

So just keep on praying and
trust that God will send us
that same rainbow in the sky;

Where Our Loved One's are
waiting For You and For Me at
the end of the rainbow in
heaven.

=========================================



Do A Web Search On:
Charles H. Miranda -- Or.
charlesthepoet2003
==========================
May 27, 2009
I am very sorry to hear of the passing of your precious daughter, Roslyn. Over the past several years, I have heard wonderful things about Roslyn from her Aunt Patty. She was truly an amazing inspiration to anyone who had the privilege to know her. Your family is in my prayers. Thank you for letting her serve our country. God bless you!
May 27, 2009
Rest In Peace. I did not know you in life but from all that I read you were an amazing person and that the world is a darker place with out you. I will never forget and I will always cherish your gift of Freedom.
May 27, 2009
Thank you Roslyn for your sacrifice. I will never be able to thank you in person, but know you have my gratitude.
May 27, 2009
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When You Cry; I Cry Too.
===========================================

I feel Your Pains;
I feel Your sorrow,
I feel Your grief;
I feel Your sadness,
I feel what You are
feeling too; When
You cry, I cry too.
And it hurts to see
another brother are
a sister of mine
dying out on the
battlefield; The
whole world is a
battlefield for all
of the Soldiers and
Policemen and Firemen
too, They say that
God Himself also weep
when We die.
Yes I feel Your pains;
Yes I feel Your sorrow,
Yes I feel Your grief;
Yes I feel Your sadness,
Yes I feel what You are
feeling too; And
Yes when You cry, I cry
too.

=========================================



Do A Web Search On:
Charles H. Miranda -- Or.
charlesthepoet2003
===========================
May 27, 2009
From our military family to yours, we would like to thank 1LT Roslyn Schulte for her service and sacrifice to this grateful country, as well as send our deepest condolences for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
May 27, 2009
My sincerest sympathies and heart go out to the Schulte family during this time of tragedy.

I had the distinct pleasure of working with Lieutenant Schulte in the fall of 2008. Although brief, she left an outstanding impression on me and so many others. Not enough can be said of her professionalism, charisma and fortitude. Her passing is not only a loss to the Air Force, but all services and to the entire nation.

It was pure happenstance that I heard of her death on CSPAN on the 20th of May. Perhaps, by chance again, I may run into the Schulte family to relate an interesting and uplifting story about their wonderful daughter. Told by a Naval officer that learned a lot from an outstanding young lady who proudly wore the blue uniform of an Air Force officer.

Very respectfully and my best wishes,

//TC//
Tavis C. Howery
Lieutenant Commander
United States Navy
May 27, 2009
To the Schulte Family--The loss of a child is unintelligible...I lost my eldest son SPC Dane R. Balcon, 5 Sept 07, Balad, Iraq. I was teaching at the United States Air Force Academy at the time when it happened. My son was a friend of USAFA, often taking leave and talking with the cadets. When he died, it shook the entire cadet wing, and I am certain with the loss of your daughter, they are shaking again. This tragedy is a little closer to home, a bit more personal, as the cadets can put a face with that name. I pray that the Peace of God stays with you and your family, and believe me if you walk by faith, no devil in hell can take away those memories, pride, and love you had and still have for your Roz. May God Bless her sweet soul.

PROUD Mother of
SPC Dane R. Balcon
KIA Balad, Iraq
5 September 2007
May 27, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with the Schulte Family.
Roz was a special person and friend who I am honored to have known and spent time with at JBS. She brought out the best in others by accepting nothing less than that in herself. Roz was and amazing woman and the pride of any group. She will always be remembered and truly missed by all those she touched.
May 27, 2009
1ST LT. ROSLYN SCHULTE
You are my Hero may god keep you in his arms forver.
May 26, 2009
Roslyn was a wonderful playmate at many YPO events and family gatherings growing up. I will never forget our many childhood adventures. She was an amazing kid that grew up to be an amazing woman. I send all my love to the Schulte family and speak on behalf of all the Shepard family when I say that Roz will be greatly missed.
May 26, 2009
Bob and family,
Our heartfelt sympathy is with you all.
LtCol Mark and Peggy Stolzenberg, USMC serving in Okinawa, Japan; parents of 1LT Matt Stolzenberg, USMC(aviator), ENS Melanie Stolzenberg, USN, (surface warfare) and Martha Stolzenberg (NROTC-nursing) We were formerly part of Webster Groves Lacrosse and so saddened to hear of your daughter's loss. We know she chose a difficult path in life. Her example of dedicated service to our country and her extreme courage will not be forgotten. God bless you and carry you through each day.
May 26, 2009
Dear Bob, Susie, and Todd,

We honored Roz and prayed for your entire family during the Memorial Day services at the National Cemetery in Bourne, Massachusetts on Sunday, May 24th. Coincidentally, the Convocation was given by an Air Force chaplain, who had been assigned to the Air Force Academy in 2000. I felt Roz's presence immediately while I was speaking to him and felt assured that our tribute to her was in good hands.

When I spent time with Roz on the sidelines of some of her final lacrosse games in an Academy uniform, she spoke to me about her goals and aspirations. May you and all of us whose lives have been touched by Roz find peace and comfort knowing that Roz was following her dreams ... and her heart. I will always admire you for encouraging your little girl and sister to serve her country. She accomplished more in her 25 years on this earth than most of us would hope to achieve in our lifetimes ... and she was always quick to attribute her many successes to her loving family. Roz served our country with incredible bravery, dedication, honor, leadership and compassion for others.

You are a very special family ... and will always be in my thoughts and prayers. I will never forget 1st LT Roslyn Littmann Schulte ... SHALOM.
May 26, 2009
Our son Gavin Cummings was in Roslyn's squadron at the Air Force Academy and the sorrow in his voice was so profound on the news of her passing. While performing a patriotic song in church for our Memorial Day service, the words resounded with so much heartfelt gratitude for this young lady's service to our country--you are in our prayers and thoughts at this most difficult time. God bless,
May 26, 2009
May 26, 2009
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.
Kansas Air Force parents, Steve and Debbie Giebler
May 26, 2009
As someone who has been to Iraq twice and knows the sacrifices your daughter made leaving family behind, my sincere condolences. I am with the 131st Fighter Wing and was there when they brought your daughter home. SSgt. Eric Jaeger
May 26, 2009
Please know how Deeply Sorry I am, to learn of the loss of 1LT, Roslyn Schulte.
As a parent, who has lost a daughter suddenly and having lost a brother to war...
I am aware of the deep and devastating pain that you are experiencing.
The overwhelming heartache, that seems to surface through our shock, as the time passes.
In the days ahead, you will be going through unimaginable grief, please hang on to your Faith and know that you will get through this.

May the memories of your Brave Young Heroine, remain in your heart always and give you strength through the difficult days and may Roslyn, Rest Safely now, in the Loving Care of God and know that she Will Never Be Forgotten.
I pray that the Peace of God will be with the Schulte family.

I am the sister, of a young Hero, who made the Ultimate Sacrifice in Vietnam, many years ago.

"Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and He shall sustain thee."
~ Psalm 55:22 ~

I sincerely hope that you can feel the thoughts of caring and support that surround you today and in the days ahead, as this Grateful Country Mourns with you, for Someone Very Precious to you, Who Is A True American Hero to all of us.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
May 26, 2009
Mr. and Mrs. Schulte (Bob, Susie) and Todd,

I never knew Roslyn (Roz), but learned about her greatness upon her untimely passing. I am a friend of Ginny Orthwein's and I also work in the intelligence community at the Air Force's National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) here in St. Louis. Roslyn sounds so much like my oldest daughter Katelyn, a Government major at Georgetown. Kate attends there with many Burroughs grads and they are all top notch people. You should be so proud of the choice Roz made to defend freedom for our great country, but how unbearable the sudden loss of your little girl at such a young age.

May the Holy Spirit, whose peace is beyond human understanding, enter your hearts and comfort you the rest of your lives here on Earth, until you see your little girl with her shining smile again in Heaven. Her gifts will live on in the lives of all whom she touched, myself included.

I unfortunately could not attend the Memorial Day events honoring your daughter's life and service, but I want you to know that Roz and you all are in my prayers and will continue to be so.
May 26, 2009
Dear Susie and Bob,
My deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved daughter, Roslyn, who served our country in such an honorable way.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.
I am deeply saddened by your personal loss.
Fondly,
Sandy Kaplan
May 26, 2009
Dear Susie and Bob,
I saw the notice while reading the paper yesterday. Some awful suspicion crept into my mind.

It is not supposed to be like this and I am so overwhelmed at this news.

Please accept my sincerest condolences and prayers for you and for your daughter.

My unending gratitude for her service.

John D. Skae
May 26, 2009
I did not know Roslyn or her family; I am an ordinary citizen who is profoundly saddened by your family's loss. I am deeply grateful for her service to this country as it reinforces our freedom. I will never forget her name.
May 26, 2009
I did not know your daughter but wanted to express my gratitude for her service to our country. My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
May 26, 2009
Please take comfort in knowing that people all over this country mourn with you today.
Your beautiful daughter is a true American hero,that is now being held in the bosom of the Lord
May 26, 2009
Mr & Mrs Schulte,
I am sadden by the loss of your daughter, since words alone cannot express the my feelings. I know this is a difficult time for you both and just keep Roslyn's memories close to your heart and be proud that you had a hand in raising such an exceptional child. She will be missed by many. My condolesence, Joyce Jackson (former employee of Lasermart).
May 25, 2009
Bob,Susie,my family and I are sorry for your loss.Roslyn always brought a warm smile to our home when see came to say hello. Andy Van Slyke
May 25, 2009
As I write, the funeral for 1LT Roslyn Schulte is taking place. I honor and embrace the Light that Roslyn brought to the world. I send love and support to all who knew and loved Roslyn. Blessings, always, to Roslyn's family.

Sincerely, Pamela Shelby
May 25, 2009
Our deepest condolences to your family on the loss of a true American hero. The sacrifice that your family has made for our country will not be forgotten. Roz and your family are in our thoughts and prayers and we are in your debt for protecting our family's freedom.

Good Bless you and keep you,
Wade & Rebecca Muller
May 25, 2009
Susie, I cannot tell you how sorry I am to hear of your loss. I know you were very proud of Roz, but there is no greater loss than a child taken so early in life. You and Bob and your family are in our prayers.
May 25, 2009
Roslyn was near and dear to the hearts of all 06'. It is because the Academy produces true leaders of integrity and compassion like her that we can be proud of our commissioning source. She was a friend, a mentor, an inspiration, and above all a true American Hero that the class of 06' will forever honor.
May 24, 2009
Schultes,
Our prayers are with you. We are very sorry for your loss. She touched so many lives in so many parts of our world. Lt. Matt Clayton (USAFA '05) prays for you as well.

Respectfully, Guy and Dorothy Clayton
May 24, 2009
Schulte Family,
I didn't know your daughter personally but I work in the same office as she and I had seen her around from time to time. I remember everytime I rendered her a salute walking by outside, she smiled at me as she went along, and asked me how I was doing; not every officer does that so I appreciated her very much. There is a different feeling here amongst her coworkers but I believe that we as a team will become stronger thanks to Lt. Schulte. Thank you for encouraging her to become an inspiring leader and just know that she was very well taken care of while here in Hawaii. Her strengths and leadership will continue on through all the people she touched. God bless you all!
May 24, 2009
Bob and Susie,
In this time of your deep loss we extend to you our sorrow and tender understanding.Roz was a very precious gift to all.
May 24, 2009
Susie, Bob and Todd,
Roz was a great friend and classmate of Bridgett's. We are very honored to have met her and shared good times at the Academy and on the Lacrosse field. Our hearts and prayers reach out to all of you. We know she served us and her country with leadership and integrity. She will be greatly missed.
God Bless,
Meredith, Bill and Jeni Whiting
May 24, 2009
As the one of the very proud parents and fondly remembering and sharing those happy moments we as parents and family members had on the Graduation morning of 31 May 2006 of the U.S. Air Force Academy Cadets Class of 2006 I am with the deepest of sincere sympathies wishing you and your family the best. I am wishing you all my deepest regrets and sympathy. 1stlt Eric Carey called us of the news of both his returning home from Iraq yesterday and then followed by telling us of your loss. It was a very bittersweet moment for me. Eric knew your daughter having graduated from both the Academy and Intelligence School together. It has really impacted my Memorial Day. We are now enroute to one parade today in Rensselaer and Albany tomorrow. It has really impacted me in so many ways. 1stLt Roslyn L. Schulte will live on in your memories forever. I know that Eric will always keep her in mind. I will also. We are very proud of your special daughter.

Thank you very much for your daughter's sevice.

Mark Carey
MSgt USMC (Retired)
May 24, 2009
At Camp Eggers this evening, the chairs are set, the quiet has set in, and the U.S. flag flies at half-staff in a light spring breeze as we prepare to honor Ros and her co-worker Mr. Shawn Pine here tomorrow morning. What a tremendous young lady and professional officer we have lost! In our sorrow we have been buoyed by the details of her exceptional life, and we have found strength to move forward with our mission as our tribute to her. Please know that Ros will be of blessed memory to all of us here.
May 24, 2009
Dear Robert, Susan and Todd, I never your daughter Roslyn but our son Eric Carey was in her graduation class in 2006 from the Air Force Academy. Eric spoke very highly of her and time spent at the academy. She is a hero, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

Colleen Carey, East Greenbush, NY
May 24, 2009
Bob & Susie:

Please accept our deepest condolences and sympathy. The world has lost a vibrant and truly wonderful young woman. I will always remember her with a smile on her face.
May 24, 2009
Dear Bob, Susie and Todd
Please accept our deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved Roz. We will miss her bright smile and loving disposition. Our world is a darker place without her but we will always keep her in our hearts.
God bless and keep you in this trying time.
Love,, Bill & Donna Gracy
1Lt Jeremy Gracy USAFA 2006 CS17
May 24, 2009
Susie, Bob and Todd -
Our hearts are grieving for you all in your loss. We are praying for you and trust you will feel God's presence surround you in a very real way.
We are grateful for Roz's dedication to our counrty and to you for your support for her service.
With love and prayers,
Eugene, Jenny and Myrtle Luning
May 24, 2009
No sorrow is so deep as the loss of a child. Please accept our condolences Bob.
Your lacrosse family grieves for you and yours.
May 24, 2009
Ros, I never knew you, but I thank you for serving and protecting us and our country.
I will never forget your name or your sacrifice.
May 24, 2009
Thank you, Roslyn, for your service and leadership. You have been a star example to your peers. Thank you, Bob and Susie, for raising such a spectacular child. My heart is breaking for you. My daughter, Erin Finger, was a friend of Roslyn's at USAFA in the Poli Sci program and worked with her on projects and papers. We will never forget your little girl.
May 24, 2009
Dear Bob, Susie and Todd,
We are so sorry to hear about Roz. We will never forget her. She was always so vibrant, happy and energetic. We had such good times together on the lacrosse field at West Point and Annapolis with the Air Force Academy team. The last time we saw Roz was last July (2008) when we ate at an Italian restaurant in Kailua, HI, along with Emily, and had such a wonderful visit. We will treasure all those moments always. Roz was a beautiful, intelligent, wonderful young lady and we will miss her greatly. You provided her with a fantastic life. You are all in out thoughts and prayers always. Thank you, Roz, for being you--the true American hero. May you rest in peace. God Bless You Always.
Love, the Harris Family--Ian, Laura, Emily and also, Ethan, Alyssa and Andrew
May 24, 2009
You must be very proud of your daughter and all she accomplished even though her life was tragically cut short. She was well liked and respected by her Academy peers and the soldiers she served with. We are very saddened to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
With deepest sympathy,
John and Peggy Omohundro and son, 1st Lt. John Garrett Omohundro USAFA '06
May 24, 2009
We are so thankful for all the memories Roz gave us during our "Pillar Days". What fun we had! Our love and prayers to all of you.
May 24, 2009
Our thoguhts and prayers are with the Schulte Family over the loss of their dear daughter Roslyn.

Elizabeth and Tony Russell
May 24, 2009
May she rest in peace and thank for serving our county.
May 24, 2009
Roz, The world will miss your leadership, your friendship and your dazzling smile. Thank you for all you accomplished in your too short life. Joanne & Nigel Veater
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