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November 18, 2007
My heart goes out to the entire Kutschbach family over Patricks untimely death.
I was at the viewing yesterday and I was amazed at the support from Patricks comrades, family and friends.
It was absolutely beautiful.
All of my family in Bethlehem,PA and Pittsburgh send their condolences.
John O'Connor
November 18, 2007
My heart goes to you and your family. Pat was a good man with a great love for what he did. My prayers are with you.
November 18, 2007
To the Kutschbach Family:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Thank you, Pat, for your bravery and loyalty to our country.
GOD BLESS YOU!
November 18, 2007
To the Kutschbach Family. Again on behalf of myself and Chapter 42 of the U.S. Army Special Forces Association, we extend the sincerest of condolonces. Our chapter is at your disposal.
November 18, 2007
My prayers go out to your family. I don't know you, but I wanted to Thank Patrick, and all the other Military People who have lost there lives for the freedom that we all have, in the USA. May God Bless You...

Thank You
November 18, 2007
I thank all of you for your messages about my son, Patrick. I'm sitting here this morning taking a few moments to just be quiet and think about him and I decided to look at this -- thank you, is all I can say right now. So many of you have lost someone too, so you know where we are right now. It is comforting for his wife, Ginger, for me, for his brothers and their families, for his dad, to read your kind praises for his service to this country that he loved so much.

Debbie A Huffner - Patrick's Mom
November 18, 2007
Thank you for what you did to keep us free .My deepest sympathy to your family .
November 18, 2007
Ginger my thoughts and prayers are with you. You are an amazingly strong woman. I hope and pray that you have peace.
November 18, 2007
Some people live to be 100 and no nothing of honor.
Some people live to be 100 and no nothing of being a warrior of freedom.
Some people live to be 100 and never get the priviledge to know the sacrifice of freedom, honor, and courage. Some people never live.
Your son died living more and experiencing more in life than most people will ever experience in a lifetime.
I know this will not bring your son back, but it may give others the courage and the honor to live. It may give them the strength they need to find their way in life.

I have been trying to teach my stepson about honor, courage, strength, and sacrifice. He is a teenager and does not always understand. I hope you don't mind, but I plan to use the passage above along with your son's obituary to remind him. I am hoping if I frame it and hant it up where he can see it and read it everyday that he will learn honor, strength, courage, and the price of freedom. I am hoping that he will be a decent, courageous, and honorable man that your son was and always will be in everyone's memories. I am truely sorry for your loss, but my heart believes that he is able to give something valuable even though he is gone from us now. The lesson of honor.

My prayers and blessings will always be with you.
Bret Martenson's stepmom
Montour parent and current son in Montour Volleyball
November 17, 2007
May God Bless you and your most precious family... Your dedication and sacrifice to our country will ALWAYS be remembered.

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