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October 06, 2008
Thanks Ed, for taking care of our comrades in arms, I learned the sound of the huey,66-67 3rd battalion 7th marines lima co.
October 06, 2008
Thank you Ed. I was in the 101st Airborne Airassult, Ft Cambel Ky. 11B10 Inf. I (we) could not fight or win a battle with out all of you (Army-Air force-Navy-Marine-Guard-Reserve) Regardless of your MOS. We all have a part to do and Mr.Ed went beond his call of duty. That is what made the USA. Freedom isent Free. Veteran's should be Resepcted and taken care of till God calls them home. I'll see you one fine day Ed when my mission is done.
October 05, 2008
I salute you, Maj. Ed Freeman, Sir. I do not know you, but I know that you are a role model for our young Soldiers coming up in this Country. You are the reason that we have the Freedom we have today. My wife & I both served in the U.S. Army, from 1967-1970. We were both in during the Viet Nam Era.

God Bless You,

James Fry
La Habra, Ca. 90631

P.S. I grew up in Nampa, Idaho back in the 50's & 60's.
October 02, 2008
Rest In Peace. The term Hero does not detail enough information about a man like Mr. Freeman. Your were truly a Hero. Again, Rest In Peace Soldier.
October 01, 2008
"Big Ed" was a wonderful man who was lots of fun to know. He helped a scared young cocktail waitress learn her job, and learn to do it well. He and Barbara used to come in and dance and tell stories at Vic House. I feel very happy to have known him for those few short years. I know he will rest in peace having done such a wonderful job on Earth.
September 28, 2008
Ed, may you rest in peace/ You are a hero.
S/F
Linda
September 28, 2008
The word "hero" is passed around pretty freely these days, but Ed (Too Tall) Freeman was a world class certified HERO. What he and Bruce (Snake) Crandall did that terrible night at LZ X-ray on 14-November-!965 is a brave and heroic deed. Too Tall exemplified the word HERO and may he long be remembered as such. Sheave your saber brave warrior and mount your horse and ride into Fiddlers Green and dismount and rest peacefully my friend.
September 26, 2008
I would like to thank your family for this man's service to our country. I received an e-mail about his death and have forwarded it with a link to his obituary so others can see the kind of heroes we have serving in our armed forces. Thank you again and I am truly sorry for your loss
September 24, 2008
I'm in tears and in awe. Thank you.
September 24, 2008
God Bless You! We have one less true American Hero. Where have all our heroes gone? Gone to the Promised Land, I Hope.

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