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Senior Airman Matthew R. Courtois Obituary
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May 29, 2015
To the Family of SrA Matthew Courtois,
I participated in the Cpl. Christopher G. Scherer Memorial Run on Saturday May 23 in East Northport, NY. I ran in honor of SrA Matthew Courtois's service to our country. The words "Thank you" certainly feel inadequate for a man who made the ultimate sacrifice. I just wanted you to know he is still remembered and how deeply sorry I am for your loss. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Sincerely,
Caren Alessiio
E. Northport, NY
April 5, 2015
Matt, I can't believe you're gone... Still feels like yesterday we were deployed in Iraq. Miss your face and wishing you a Happy Easter in the Heavens. Until we meet again homie. SSgt Dias
December 22, 2014
I'll never forget you brother. It was an honor to know you and I wont forget you. You will live on.
February 16, 2014
It has taken me years to finally face this but the time has come. I was Courtois' first supervisor. He was a quiet kid and didn't hesitate to follow orders. I thought I taught him a lot but it was the other way around. Courtois had an amazing smile and gorgeous eyes. I remember leaving Iraq in 2008 and he had EIGHT bags! I said Courtois what are you doing with all of those bags?! And he said well I didn't want anyone to steal my things if I put it in the mail. All I could do is shake my head and help him lug around all of his bags. He made me smile and made me a better supervisor. To his family, just remember he isn't forgotten by his brothers and sisters in arms.
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