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July 03, 2012
RIP Jonathan.
God Bless our Troops!
July 01, 2012
Jonathan,
We remember that awful day when we learned of your death. How incredibly sad we all were...for not only your loss but your Dad and brothers' grief. So much has happened in our family since you left us, we only wish you were here to experience it all. Thank you for your dedication to the mission and your willingness to do what so many will not or cannot. Thanks, too, to all our troops both gone and yet to come home.
We love you and think of you daily.
Aunt Janice, Uncle Joe, Nicholas and Olivia.
March 26, 2012
Mr. Rossi,

I learned about your son this evening as I reviewed an article in the TAMPA BAY TIMES, "Tampa Bay Troops killed in Iraq and Afghanistan".

"Your son's blue star turned gold, July 1, 2007. Jonathan answered the service call, his sacrifice was made for all....his gold star is symbolic of a Patriot's honor and a Nation's love. Now, we left behind proudly wear that star of Gold."
March 25, 2012
Sgt. Speck,
Don't you dare be sorry for something that was beyond your control! The enemy got Jonathan, don't let them get into your head and get you too. We, his family, will be forever grateful that he had such good friends while over there.

Stand proud and be proud that you were such a good friend to him. We salute you for that.

Aunt Danette Rossi Taylor
March 25, 2012
to Sgt.Supeck....you have nothing to be sorry for young man, you fought bravely for our country and that is all we can ask. Please don't carry this burden any longer. You and Jonathan both protected each other as best you could, but some things are out of your control. I will not offer you forgiveness as there is nothing to forgive. I WILL offer you my thanks, love and prayers for your healing. If it helps you, know this...my son has entered Virginia Military Institute in hopes of following his cousin's footsteps to secure our nation and serve his country...He had the date of Jonathan's death tattooed on his back as reminder of his sacrifice. THIS is also Jonathan's legacy. I know I can speak for our family when I say "thank you" for all you did and attempted to do.
Go in peace, dear soldier, and lift the burden that only you have placed on yourself.
We can never repay you.
Janice Rossi Hassell ( his Aunt, and sister of Jonathan's dad, Michael)
March 24, 2012
Rossi you was the best saw gunner i have ever could have asked for not to mention a great soldier. I feel i let you down i promised i would bring you home but i failed and for that i will never forgive my self. To the family be proud of your son he was one if not the bravest men i have ever had the serve with. I can't tell you how sorry i am that i couldn't bring your son home, i could never ask your forgiveness but please try to understand i done everything i could to keep this from happing. I sorry it took this long to write but i just didn't know how to say this. For what what lt ls worth i am so truly sorry.
August 23, 2011
I still think about you every day, and I will always love you, more than you could ever know.
July 02, 2011
To the family and friends of Pfc. Jonathan M. Rossi:
Please accept my remembrance of Jonathan on the anniversary of his passing and know that he will never be forgotten.
November 07, 2010
Jonathan,
In thinking about you today, I wanted to write to join the many others in saying that I'm forever grateful for your selflessness and dedication to our country and liberties. You were always the first to take on the most difficult of challenges and its a true testament to your heroism and courage. From the Rossi Family, we MISS YOU AND LOVE YOU!

Your Uncle,
Phil
July 07, 2010
Miss you Sass - but I know you are with those who love you every day.

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