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August 26, 2005
I met Valerie and Chris/Keith when they came to visit his parents. Gen. Walker and Margaret were members of my church. I have a son about the age of Laura, another son (now deceased) about the age of Brian, and like Valerie and Chris another boy and girl. I last saw Laura when she was a pall bearer at her grandfather's funeral. I recently found a picture of her and my oldest son when they were about 6 years old. I too have lost a child. My son David, 20 years old, was killed in an accident in December of 2003. I will remember Laura's family daily in my prayers.
August 26, 2005
Laura, Pacemakers will miss you. SIGO
August 25, 2005
My heart and prayers go out to you Valarie, and your family, for the tragic loss of Laura. It seems such a short time ago that we were all innocent children playing in the snow at West Point. God Bless you all.
August 25, 2005
My son was Laura's classmate at WestPoint and is also in Afghanistan with the 864th Engineer group...my daughter and her fiancee are also in Afghanistan as well, so these are difficult times for many of us. My son was a friend of Laura's and this has affected him deeply. My heart goes out to you. I had just read Laura's article about the road building project shortly before her death and was so impressed by her article and photos. I am wishing there is something to do to help, but know there is no way to replace her...Please know your family and her memory are in the hearts of many strangers.
August 25, 2005
I met Laura my freshman year at Giessen American High School. A senior at the time, Laura, became the big sister I never had. She was always there to listen to me,and her warm smile could make anyone's day! Laura's compassion, sense of humor, and love for life, touched everyone she met. Although we lost touch over the years, I don't think she knew how much of an impact she had on my life. My deepest sympathies go out to the Walker's, and all that had the pleasure of meeting such a beautiful person. God Bless
August 25, 2005
Thank you to Laura and her family from a grateful American. I did not have the privilege to know you, but I send my thoughts and prayers to you now.
August 25, 2005
Well Done
Be Thou at Peace.
August 25, 2005
Our sincere deepest condolences are extended to the family of another fallen hero from two very grateful Americans. Laura, thank you and may you rest in peace.
August 24, 2005
From one grieving war Mom to Laura's: from now on, the road will be long and rough; with many turns and drops. Her young and everlasting spirit though will keep you going strong till the day you will meet again, in Heaven. You will never walk alone. May God bestow his grace and love upon our brave children.
August 24, 2005
Ma'am,
All of us that deployed with you the first time were very saddened by the news. I don't know what the right thing to say is. My famliy and I send all of our prayers to your family. I know that you have earned a set of wings and that you are flying high and watching over the rest of us.
Once Rugged Always Rugged.

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