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May 29, 2005
My heart goes out to those families who have lost loved ones in any war. I have family members who have served and are serving now in the armed forces and we were and are very proud of them. We are SO THANKFUL and PROUD of those who are serving now. May you and your families have the Blessings that you need.
Bernice & Cecil Lewis
May 29, 2005
May we never forget those who have given their lives that others may live in freedom.
May 29, 2005
All who serve our country will be remembered by me and my family. Those who paid the higest price will be honored always. May God give them peace, and give their families strength to bare the unbarable.
May 29, 2005
God and the soldier all men adore. In times of danger and not before. The danger will pass and all wrongs be righted. God and the soldier. God is forgotten and the old soldier slighted.
I WILL NEVER FORGET OUR SOLDIERS. THANKS TO EACH AND EVERY MAN AND WOMAN WHO SERVES OR HAS SERVED TO KEEP US FREE. TO THE FAMILIES OF THE LOST BROTHERS AND SISTERS I OFFER MY HEARTFELT CONDOLENCE.
An Old Soldier.
May 29, 2005
You will never know how much your loved one has touched our lives in the protection of freedom and in the hope of tomorrow for the little ones of today. May the Lord be with you all and bring peace to your hearts until we reach the otherside to be with him.
May 29, 2005
Our prayers are with you for your lost loved ones who have served their country so bravely. They as heroes have made the ultimate sacrifice so that our liberty can stand. We honor and pray for them.
May 28, 2005
We thank God each day for the countless men and women who have sacrificed so much that we may continue to live in this free land.We just want to stop, especially today, and say THANK-YOU. May the God of all peace comfort each and every one that has lost a Loved-One fighting for our freedom. And may He keep those who are still there safe and that they can return home soon.
May 28, 2005
I would like to extend my prayers to you and your families. Our son is currently serving with the 48th Brigade in Iraq. He wrote this poem right before he left. I think it expresses my thoughts so I'll print it for you.


Anticipations of War


The time for battle draws close at hand
We train to fight in a foreign land

Some of us look to heaven above
As we leave our homes and the ones we love

They wait patiently by the phone
In the hope that we will soon be home

We cannot help but to shed tears
for we all know what it is they fear

The story’s been told many times before
Of soldiers on some far away shore

Some of us, heroes, war will make
Not counting the lives that we have to take

We remember our comrades in arms.
We pray to keep them safe from harm.

For those before us who fought with might
And the face of God was their final sight

I pray that you will find your way home
I’m glad that you are no longer alone

Some of us young and some of us old
Unsure of what the future will hold

Will we bring freedom to this far away land?
What will we find in the hot desert sand?


Specialist Jonathan Steele
48th Infantry Brigade
April 2005
May 28, 2005
With a heavy heart we say "THANKYOU"
and that comes from down deep .
"THANKYOU"

"The Bellas" Sam and Dolores
May 28, 2005
thank you for your supreme sacrifice
and may god bless you and comfort you and your families.
proud to be an american

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