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January 19, 2007
To the Family of Spc. Matthew T. Grimm:
I will stand in grief with this soldier's family to honor him. For every fallen HERO there is a bright star that shines in the evening sky to remind us of the cherished gift we were given – even if for too short a time.
My heart breaks again as I sign yet another guest book of another courageous young soldier who gave their life so selflessly. I wish I never found myself in a position to have to sign another guestbook for the rest of my life, but I promised Brent that neither he nor any like him would be forgotten and so I will continue until the day there is no longer the need.
We lost our son SFC Brent A. Adams on 12/1/05 and it seems like yesterday. I wish so badly there were things I could say to you right now to make the pain you are feeling go away, but I know first hand there simply are no words that will bring you the comfort and peace your heart aches for. Just know that you are not alone. My heart, thoughts, and prayers are with you all as you go through this tragedy moment by moment and as you mourn this loss.
We don't know each other, will probably never meet, but will forever be united in the loss of our Heroes. We have, unfortunately joined a group none of us wanted to join, an ever-growing group of families in this situation. May God grant you peace and strength to get through this and be able once again to smile at a memory rather than have only the tears that flow so easily now. To be so proud of your loved one and so saddened at the same time is a mix of emotions very difficult to deal with as our hearts both burst with pride and pain together.
I am sorry that I never knew your soldier personally. While they can never be replaced, neither will they ever be forgotten. You must trust that sometime, someday the loving memories you have will help to sustain you and help you go on. This courageous soldier will forever be your Angel watching over you all for the rest of your lives. It's what brings me some measure of peace and comfort and I hope it will you as well.
To his family and friends in pain, I offer this comfort: When you find yourself in that dark sorrowful place, think not only of how you will miss him, but instead recall the years, days, hours and minutes gifted to you by his presence. The one thing that cannot be taken from you is your wonderful memories that now will mean more than ever.
If you ever want to talk, I'm only an e:mail away and would love for you to tell me more about your Hero.
God Bless this soldier and family who gave all and God Bless for setting up this site where families can so quickly share their condolences and prayers with others like themselves.
Proud Parents of SFC Brent A. Adams, KIA, 12/1/05, Ramadi, Iraq
Pam and Bill Adams, Lancaster, PA
January 19, 2007
God Bless our hero and his family..

You will never be forgotten and always loved..

(Navy wife)
January 19, 2007
As an El Pasoan and as the mother of a son recently enlisted in the Army, I wanted to send my condelences. Please know that although myself and many, many others here in El Paso did not personally know this young man, we grieve with you. You are and will continue to be in our prayers.
January 18, 2007
January 18, 2007
Spc. Matthew T. Grimm
you are my hero
may god keep you in his arms forever.
January 18, 2007
We are sorry to hear of the loss of yet another young soldier. A hero. May God embrace you and comfort you as only he can. Our prayers are with you.
Aunt & Uncle of Lance Cpl James R. Davenport KIA 11/22/06
January 18, 2007
I am so sorry for the loss of Spc.Matthew T. Grimm. If there are any brothers or sisters, please contact me. I am the Founder for Gold Star Siblings, Inc.
God Bless
January 18, 2007
Rest in Peace Spc. Matthew T. Grimm and may the Peace and Comfort of God, be with the Grimm family.
You are in my prayers.
January 18, 2007
Unknown to us only,loved and known by God Himself.
January 17, 2007
Please accept my deepest and most heartfelt sympathy regarding the loss of this Brave Warrior, unknown in this war torn country, so far away from home.

May they learn his identity so this family may have the peace and comfort needed for this un consolable loss.
May this Hero rest safely in the Care of God. He Will Never Be Forgotten.

There is and never will be enough ways, to humbly thank these service men and women, who are willing to serve so far from home, knowing the dangers involved. I am the sister of a Vietnam Hero, KIA-1967.

"Our debt to the heroic men and valiant women in the service of our country can never be repaid, they have earned our undying gratitude. America will never forget their sacrifices".

May the Peace and Guidance of God, be with those involved in learning who this Hero is.
This entire nation morns this loss and will pray that
he may rest in peace and be known to all the country, by name, for the sacrifice he made.

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