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December 12, 2018

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August 18, 2018
To Riley's family,
My son joined the Marines in October 2016, right out of high school. He is currently a part of the 2/4, based out of Camp P. Being a father of a United States Marine, I always notice the signs that the city of Pacific proudly displays on I-44. I didn't know Riley. But I think about him every time I See them. I have googled Riley's exploits and am so very impressed by his courage and unselfishness. The pain of losing a son is unfathomable. Your family and Riley will remain in my prayers. Forever. He will NEVER be forgotten.
Sincerely,

Jim Stiles
May 26, 2018
As I take a few moments on this Memorial Day weekend 2018, I came across your name while reading about a young Sailor, Navy Fireman 1st Class Charles R. Oglewho was KIA on December 7, 1941 at Pearl Harbor. May GOD be with you and your Family my fallen Brother, as you are proudly "guarding the gates of Heaven"!
Semper Fi,
Don Incheck
CPL 0331 USMC
Vietnam '68 & 69
June 22, 2015
Thinking of you Riley. Your unit replaced the unit our adopted Marine was in. When he heard of your death it really effected him. Marines, brothers for life. Your death touched so many who did not know you. Your service to our country will never be forgotten. Your life will never be forgotten with your family and friends, and in the hearts of strangers. You made a difference in this world. You brought strangers together, bonded together then, now and forever. God Bless you Riley Baker and God Bless your family today and everyday.
January 5, 2015
We miss you Riley B...We Love YOU!