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Spc. Leeroy A. Camacho Obituary
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April 26, 2017

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February 14, 2007
I am so deeply sorry to hear about Lee's death. It is devastating for all of us with family in Iraq - it feels so personal when we lose someone because we're all a big family. Lee is in my prayers as is your family. God bless you.
February 14, 2007
THANK YOU FOR PROTECTING OUR FUTURES.. YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.

REST IN PEACE DEAR HERO
February 14, 2007
To the Family and Friends of Spc. Leeroy Camacho,

There are no words that can be spoken for the loss of your precious soldier, Lee. We are truly sorry for your loss and for Lee’s great and ultimate sacrifice.

While we did not know your loved one, Lee, on a personal level, we do know him. He was proud to serve his flag and country. He stood tall during our National Anthem. He wore his uniform with honor. He wanted his family and his "American family" to sleep safe and in peace.

He wanted his family to have the freedoms that the people of lands far away sometimes do not even dare to dream of. He looked into the eyes of the people in those places where there is no freedom and he cried for their pain. He tried to make a small part of the life around him a little better if only to bring a smile or wipe a tear.

We know your loved one. We know his face at the airport leaving his loved ones. We know his face on the newscasts, sometimes scared but still proud of his work. We know his face. We know his pride. We know his love. We know him and we love him and all that he believed in and all that he risked.

My family and I know your loved one, Lee. We know the reality of and appreciate the ultimate sacrifice.

Stand proud, stand strong. I am so sorry for your loss.

Sincerely,


Blue Star Mothers of New Hampshire
February 13, 2007
On behalf of "Gold Star Siblings" Please accept our heartfelt condolences.
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