Sgt. Thomas-Butler, IV-Obituary

Sgt. Thomas Jefferson Butler, IV

Jun 19, 1987 - Oct 1, 2012

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To the Family of Sgt. Butler, Please accept my condolences for the loss of your beloved husband, father, son, and brother. He was a Brave American Hero who gave the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedoms and the way of life we enjoy in the US. We thank him for his proud service. God Rest his soul and give you eventual healing from your grief.

May God Bless you Sgt.Butler and your family for giving all you had for us. My thoughts and prayers are with all of your family.

Today, I stood as just one of the many people offering our sincere sympathy to you and your family. I just wanted to share one little story. I was right in front of the Belamy Mansion as the procession passed. There was a bird, a blue winged warbler, sitting in the top of tree singing so loudly that you just couldn't help but notice. The bird continued to sing after the procession passed until the service started. I returned to pay respects after the service, and to my surprise, the bird was...

Nick, Maggie and I are sending love and deep condolences for the loss of TJ. We will never forget.

thank you Sgt. Butler for making the ultimate sacrifice. You will not be forgoten

I did not know you personally but I do want to say thank you for fighting for our freedom.Condolances go out to your family and God Bless them all.R.I.P.

Mis condolencias para la familia. Un heroe mas para Wilmington.

Ramiro Sanchez
Former Graduate Topsail High School

Sgt. Butler thank you for your service to our country. May you rest in peace. To the Butler family you are in our thoughts and prayers. May God continue to bless and keep you.

To the Butler & Gause families, you are in my hearts & prayers during this difficult time. T.J will never be forgotten for his service & sacrifice so that we may have freedom here in America. God bless.

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Sgt. Thomas's Obituary

Sgt. T. J. Butler, IV Sgt. Thomas Jefferson T.J. Butler, IV, 25, of Leland, NC, was killed in action while serving with the U.S. Army N.C. National Guard in Khost, Afghanistan. Sgt. Butler was born June 19, 1987 in Washington, D.C., son of Thomas Jefferson Butler, III and Leslie Thornton...

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