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More than a dozen and a half firefighters were killed Sunday in the Yarnell Hill Fire in northern Arizona.
Published in The Arizona Republic from Jul. 1 to Jul. 4, 2013.
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May 2, 2018
lighting to remember them and to keep their families safe.
lost but not forgotten
valerie kelly
October 31, 2017
Dear Friends & Family of The Granite Mountain Hotshots,

Words can not express the level of grief that you are still feeling at this time. Such a selfless act is appreciated by those who would never have the bravery to perform the tasks performed by these fathers, husbands, brothers, uncles, and friends. Jesus knew the level of grief you are experiencing because a beloved friend of his died suddenly. Although knowing that Jesus himself could raise a person to live again, Jesus still wept. That is why Jesus was inspired to say: "there will be a ressurection". That time is sooner than we think.
Terrell Lowe
July 1, 2016
I'm so sorry for the loss of such brave men. My heart truly goes out to their families and friends. May they rest in peace. God Bless.
Wanda Wright
January 30, 2016
My condolence to the family of the firefighters that have died in the line of duty. I may not know you personally but appreciate you sharing your love one with the world. May you have underserved kindness and peace from God our Father & his son Jesus Christ (1 Cor. 1:3)
Cathy,
Los Angeles
September 26, 2015
So sorry to hear about such a tragedy my heart goes out their family members so sorry(PS37:11)
marguerita funderburk
August 29, 2015
Sincere condolences. My son is a hotshot firefighter.I recently finished reading the book On the Burning Edge.I have great respect and admiration for their work.
Rosco Roberts
August 23, 2015
We were saddened to hear of your loss as your family member fought so desperately to help save others and property. May our Heavenly Father, the God of comfort and tender mercies be with you all. Our heartfelt condolences and sympathies
hart family
August 16, 2015
I am so sorry for the loss of such wonderful men. May comfort be found in Jeremiah 29:11.
July 31, 2015
Trust in him at all times, O people. pour out your hearts before him. God is a refuge for us.
Psalms 62;8
Donna Williams
May 27, 2015
My heart and prayers goes out to the families of this tragic event.
gregory
March 26, 2014
As someone who knows about losing a brother/husband/son, Our prayers go out to all of the families of the brave 19. May GOD bless you and keep you safe until you see them again.
Deborah
February 22, 2014
To the family, friends, neighbors and others who loved and miss the Hotshots. Please know that you have been in and will continue to be in the prayers of many. The sacrifice that each member of the Hotshots made that fateful day will be remembered. This knowledge will not heal your broken hearts, but I hope and pray that you will feel God's healing presence with you as you continue to grieve. Love in Christ, Brenda
Brenda Stedham
November 2, 2013
God bless them all
Dave Phillips
October 31, 2013
I heard about it on TV, recently read a more in depth story of this brave, best of the best in training,crew of the bravest,undying loyalty to their crew,group of specially trained firefighters (hotshots) and family men. I cannot comprehend the gravity of the loss of husbands, uncles, sons,& Dads. My son-in-law is a firefighter/medic with his first child being born next week. I pray nightly for all firefighters, police, medics,who protect us daily and all through the night not knowing if like my son-in-law will come home. You're a special group of people and I salute you, pray for you, and will be interested building back of those lost but never forgotten. Thank you for a profession to help the citizens you serve. God Bless you, he enfolds you in his arms to receive you and keep you in the palm of his hands. So many guardian angels for the families and the newly trained hotshots. Never forget, we never walk alone. Many Blessing~~~
MARY ELLEN HICKEY
August 29, 2013
May you have healing from your terrible loss. God bless you all
Michael Becker
August 19, 2013
Our deepest sympathy goes out to all the families of the 19 men lost on the Yarnell Hill fire. We are firefighting parents and can feel your pain. May God Bless you and keep you in the palm of His hand.
Rosanne Sullivan
August 15, 2013
A headstone from ireland quote
August 10, 2013

The world is full of men, but what of men noble and true?
Can you say that you have known such a man?
These  men are far too few.
But let me tell you a a story,
About a team of men
Who left behind a legacy 
That will not be forgotten.
Highly trained, 
They  passed every test,
Chosen to fight wild fires, 
They  were called the best.
One scorching June day in 2013,
When a wildfire raged 
The Hotshots were called upon
 To battle the fiery blaze.
Armed with tools and heavy gear, 
 They set out in their prime,
No job too hard for these men,
No hill too tall to climb.
Command  was set, plans were made
To tackle the fire's wrath
But winds shifted unexpectedly
And they were trapped in the fire's path.
19 men were caught that day,
The fire drew quickly near
Though they knew they were truly trapped,
Not a one showed fear.
Dig your shelters, men came the command,
Each one knew what this meant
They dug with haste and with one final look 
They took to their tents.
Then let us look away,
For we cannot bear
What came to each one next,
Each man endured in those fiery moments,
His final Hotshot test.
And when the aid finally found the men,
The blackened landscape bore
The testimony of death everywhere,
And the men who were no more.
Oh children, your father was so brave, 
A man who did his best
In work excelled, he fought to save, 
withstanding every test.
Dear widow, may you never shed 
another tear at some unhappy strife
For you've suffered enough dread
The day your husband lost his life.
Young sweetheart, your hopes and dreams
Lay in ashes,  from the fire's wrath
May you find hope and dream once more 
Though sorrow has changed your path.
Sad mother, your beautiful son, 
your joy and your pride
Whom you succored with patient love,
has bravely lived and bravely died.
Two prayers I pray for you, the first,
Though all hope now seem dim
May you have a hope in God,
And place your trust in Him.
Second, May something good, 
Something beautiful and strong
Emerge from this tragic loss
From something that went so wrong.
Then like a Phoenix from the ashes
May these men and their noble deeds
Live, for love is stronger than death,
In the lives of those who who stop here to read.
Michelle Kendall & Family
August 9, 2013
A mountain reflection the stars
August 9, 2013
The voyage
August 7, 2013
Such loss of life to a group of brave men is most certainly tragic. These 19 men have earned a place among the pantheon of American heroes.
Steven J
August 7, 2013
So incredibly sorry for your loss and grateful for what your loved ones were doing. Thank you. My heart goes out to the families.
Maria Reitman
August 5, 2013
Crissy Jandrew
August 3, 2013
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The Fearless Firefighters.
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They Know No Fear
These Brave And
Courageously Firemen
Everywhere;

They Put There Very
Own Life On The Line
For You And For Me
These Firemen
Everywhere,

Saint Michael The
Archangel And His
Legion Of Angels Are
Watching Over Them
From A Distant;

A Firefighter Job Is
Never Done,

And Its An Endless
Battle They Must Face
With Courage Each Day;

Of Fighting A Violent
Blaze Of Fire
For You And For Me
Everywhere,

They Are Always On The
Call Twenty Four Seven
All Year Round
For You And For Me;

Just In One Day
Nineteen Fearless
Firefighters Has Lost
There Lives Of Fighting
A Violent Blaze Of Fire
For You And For Me,

Saint Michael The
Archangel Had Sent
Out His Legion Of
Angels From Heaven;

To Gether Up The Souls
Of The Fallen Firemen
Everywhere,

And One By One The
Legion Of Angels Are
Bringing Them Home
Safely To Heaven.

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Charles H. Miranda
July 20, 2013
HERO,S LIVE FOREVER PITTS. PA
July 20, 2013
After reading abbout Yarnell on our local vollunteer FD website all I can do is send my respect to 19 families and to thousands of Volunteer and professional firefichters.
Keep doing what you do best.

Amsterdam Holland
Eric Koster
July 18, 2013
my thoughts and prayers
go out to all the families
and friends that have lost
loved ones may the peace of GOD give you comfort though this difficult time
Joyce
July 17, 2013
Our two sons have been forest firefighters for 5 years.
We know these young men and women, their work ethic, strength, camaraderie and sheer selflessness is unparalleled. The horror of this tragedy will remain in our hearts.
Our family will be sending a donation through Prescott Fire.
Please allow us to offer our ongoing deepest and most sincere condolences.
Mokie Burnham
July 16, 2013
my thoughts and prayers
go out to all the families
and friends that have lost
loved ones in the terrible
wildfire! i will miss them
all greatly god bless
america!!
Cindy Ritter
July 14, 2013
Lifting the families up in prayer. May you feel Gods presence and comfort.
"The HotShots will be loved and remembered forever"
Nikki Aloisio
July 13, 2013
I pray for God's peace and comfort for the families, co-workers and friends of these heroes. I also pray for His blessing and protection for all first responders everywhere.
Mary Smith
July 12, 2013
There was a reason why these men were taken all at the same time - I just don't know what that reason was. I'm thinking that they had a bigger assignment and could only pull it off as a team. Their team was chosen because they were exceptional in every way. One day we will understand why this happened. I wish there was a way for me to take your pain away. My heart is so sad for all of the loved ones and friends that were left behind. Honor these wonderful men by being strong and brave during this difficult time. I don't think they would want it any other way. I stand and salute our 19 heroes.
Laurel
July 11, 2013
My thoughts, prayers and tears are with you all. I cannot imagine such horror. To have your loved ones taken away so young is unimaginable. Know that many, many out there are thinking of you and sending you an e-mail hug.
florette lynn
July 11, 2013
My condolences go out to the 19 families left behind from this tragedy. I would like to thank them for their bravery and heroism to do the work that saves lives and property, what a true loss. May you get comfort from family and friends and the peace from God, Jehovah. 1Cor.1:3
Lisa P
July 11, 2013
My Heart goes out to all their families and loved ones, what a group of good, hard working men, heaven has 19 angels now. God Bless
Suzette B
July 11, 2013
Our prayers are with you and your families. You will not be forgotten in our hearts
Rose Klamp
July 10, 2013
My thoughts and prayers to all the families affected by this horrible fire. Thank you, our Hot Shot Angels, you have always been there to protect us from the beast that destroys our forests. You will NEVER be forgotten. You are our Heros !!
JoAnne Farley
July 10, 2013
Angels Among Us......Prayers for all the families of the victims....our love is with you all......
Kathy & Buddy Barnett
July 10, 2013
My thoughts and many prayers go out to the families of the fallen firefighters. May the good memories that were created before this happened help you through this difficult time. They were doing what they wanted to do; save others from mishap and loss. They may be gone but are not forgotten. You will be remembered for the sacrifices you made to save others. Thank you very, very much. May God Bless YOU and your families. May Brendan keep strong throughtout this time as well as in the future. Again THANK YOU!!
Sharon James-Bilger
July 10, 2013
alverta cheeks
July 10, 2013
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Matthew McGuire
July 10, 2013
I would like to send my thoughts and prayers to all those familys and friends of all theses young firemen we just lose ...I'm so sorry for the lose of 19 firefighter ......GOD BLESS U ALL ....THEY WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN IN OWER HEARTS .....R.I.P. ower fallen firefighters ...
firefighter from
July 10, 2013
My thoughts and prayers go out to the families of the firefighters. I am sorry for the pain you are experiencing, and I wish I could somehow take it away for you. I pray you are able to find peace during this horrible time.
rebecca poultney
July 10, 2013
Thank you for your service and heroism. We grieve with you in Illinois. God Bless you and our prayers are with your families and with Brendan.
The Mahlberg Family
July 10, 2013
You brave young people have saved so much of this Prescptt community too. We will never forget the sacrifices you have made. From the deepest part of my soul., I thank you.
July 10, 2013
Our deepest sympathy to the families of the brave 19 of the Granite Mountain Hot Shots. Our prayers and thoughts will be with you forever - we will never forget the 19 brave men, their families and the survivor, Brendan. We feel connected to the wildland firefighting family of Prescott. Our son and daughter-in-law are ex hot shots, helitak and presently work in management for the Forest Service at the Prescott fire center. My son was on site at the Yarnell Hill Fire directing air operations and instrumental in getting the men off the hill and home to Prescott. We visit Prescott often since 1992 and consider all the firefighters there our family. May God bless you all and keep you in the palm of HIS hand. We will think of you and pray for all of you every day forever. BE SAFE.
Rosanne and Phil
Wheeling IL
Rosanne Sullivan
July 9, 2013
Godspeed Hotshots. Our hearts are heavy. Thank you for your service and the legacy you leave behind.
Linda & Ward Case
July 9, 2013
Thank you all 19 heroes, RIP my Brothers
Michael Betts
July 9, 2013
My heart is so heavy and I can't find the right words to express my sorrow for the family and friends of the Granite Mountain Hotshots. I thank these men for their bravery and sacrifice. I pray for those they left behind. I also pray for the lone survivor. His hurt is like none other for he lost nineteen brothers in a matter of minutes. Like them, he is a hero. Let us not forget and take for granted the first responders that run towards danger instead of away.
Patricia Bird
July 9, 2013
Thinking of these valiant men today as we stood in a moment of silence. As a Forestry worker this sadness really hits home. Love and strength to their families and friends.
Cynthia Fox
July 9, 2013
Virginia Parra
July 9, 2013
Every time we look at our Granite Mountain we will think of you. You will never be forgotten. Thank you 19 HEROES...
R.I.P.
Webster Family
July 9, 2013
I am so sad of the loss of the 19 firefighters and pray for the survior and all the family members who need help today, tomorrow, and every day to get through this tragedy. My prayer is that you all find peace.
Brenda Nielsen
July 9, 2013
God Bless the 19 Hot Shots and their families. May these men rest in peace and may God be with their families.
Pam R
July 9, 2013
Thoughts and prayers to all of the 19 firefighters families. The Verduzco Family -Phoenix, Az
Patsy Verduzco
July 9, 2013
I am so sadden by the death of these 19 firefighters. I cant imagine what there families are going through, as I read, and watched the services, I could not help myself by crying and feeling such a sadden heart for these dedicated men. My deepest sympathy and prayers go out to all of the families. God Bless you, and thank you for your service.
Patsy Verduzco
July 9, 2013
GONE TO SOON

NINETEEN GOLDEN HEARTS STOPPED BEATING
NINETEEN YOUNG MEN WERE LAID TO REST
THEY WERE THE GRANITE MOUNTAIN PRESCOTT ARIZONA
HOT SHOT FIREFIGHTERS
THEY WERE THE VERY BEST

OUR HEARTS HAVE BEEN BROKEN
AND IT IS ALMOST TOO MUCH FOR US TO BEAR
WHEN THEY HAD SO MUCH JOY AND LOVE FOR OTHERS LEFT TO SHARE
BUCKETS OF TEARS KEEP FALLING
AND WE MISS THEM SO VERY MUCH
WE WANT TO SEE THEIR FACES AGAIN
WE JUST WANT TO FEEL THEIR TOUCH

WE DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHY THEY SUDDENLY HAD TO GO AWAY
BUT WE DO HAVE THAT ASSURANCE THAT WE WILL SEE THEM AGAIN SOMEDAY
IT IS JUST OUR HUMAN NATURE TO ASK WHY THEY HAD TO GO
WHEN OUR HEARTS ARE VERY BROKEN AND WE ARE HURTING SO

THEY WERE NINETEEN OF THE FINEST YOU WOULD EVER WANT TO MEET
SO FULL OF LOVE FOR OTHERS THEY WERE THE VERY ELITE

NO GREATER LOVE HAS ANY MAN THEN TO PUT HIS LIFE ON THE LINE FOR YOU
BUT THAT IS JUST HOW THEY WERE THE BRAVEST AND THE TRUE

THE LOVE IN THEIR HEARTS WAS A LOVE SO RARE
TO PUT THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE FOR OTHERS
SHOWED THAT THEY REALLY DID CARE
OUR LOSS IS HEAVEN'S GAIN EVEN THOUGH
OUR HEARTS ARE BROKEN AND WE ARE IN SUCH PAIN

THEY ARE NOW GUARDIAN ANGELS UP IN HEAVEN ABOVE
WATCHING OVER US WITH ALL OF THEIR LOVE
WE WILL NEVER EVER FORGET THEM AND THEIR GENTLE TOUCH
BECAUSE THEY BROUGHT TO US EVER SO MUCH
SOMEDAY WE WILL SEE THEM UPON THAT GOLDEN SHORE
THEN WE'LL BE TOGETHER AGAIN NEVER TO PART NO MORE

WRITTEN BY @
DIANNA SKAGGS
dianna241@aol.com
Arizona - 2013
Dianna Skaggs
July 9, 2013
We are saddened at the loss of these firefighters. Our hearts go out to their families and friends. Their sacrifice gave others a chance to live.
Wayne & Sarita Warren
July 9, 2013
I cannot imagine your pain, but please know I will continue to pray for all of you. God bless.
Carol
July 9, 2013
I send love & prayers to you right now. May you be at peace soon and be able to remember the one`s you lost with happiness & joy. You are all loved in so many way`s for all of your day`s and in my heart. Please take a moment to smile knowing these wonderful men are at peace with God & with you always.
July 9, 2013
We will never forget the 19 who lost their lives, and the ones who are still with us. May their families find peace during this time, and know that Arizona is and will always be here for you. May we never forget those who keep us safe. Thank you to all 19.
Beth Sinur
July 9, 2013
Condolences to all the families, friends and loved ones of the "19" fallen Hot Shot Crew members. May God be with you, console,comfort and heal each of you. Rest in Peace my Brothers. The Poole Family NM
July 9, 2013
Thank you to all those beautiful souls for all they did on earth and what they will do in heaven.
July 9, 2013
God was very real in the lives of these 19 firemen. This is what I heard from various people speaking at the Memorial Service and this will bring comfort to the family and friends of these brave men. I will continue to pray for all the family's and friends to have the Lord's comfort and peace during these difficult days. Psalm 91:1-2 God bless you and keep you in His loving arms.
Genevieve Pina
July 9, 2013
The Klinkert family of Mesa, AZ send our sincere condolences to the friends and family of the 19 brave men who lost their lives while helping others.

God Bless you!
July 9, 2013
Our thought and prayers go out to each and everyone envolved. God Bless you all!!! The Surak Family
July 9, 2013
Our deepest condolences. God bless you all during this time. Our thoughts & prayers are with all of you.
David & Judy Dustin Sr
July 9, 2013
My deepest sympathy to the families of the 19 Hotshots. You are and will remain in my prayers. God be with you.
Vickie
July 9, 2013
I could never imagine the kind of greif you guys are experiencing. I pray that it gets a little easier for you and ur family.
The Nesterucks
Brittini Nesteruck
July 9, 2013
Arizona won't ever forget them and the first thing I will hang on my classroom wall this year will be there photos and stories. It won't ever come down.
margie milne
July 9, 2013
Extendng deep and heartfelt sympathy to the families of the 19 fallen Fire Fighters...May the comfort of God help you all during this difficult time...
Jennifer Tortice
July 9, 2013
my deepest condolences go out to the families who lost loved ones and the entire prescott yarnell community god bless
matthew mccormick
July 9, 2013
To all of the people, firefighters and citizens of Prescott and the surrounding area and most especially to the families of the nineteen Hotshots:

If there had been any way possible I would have been there to honor these 19 and to assist you in whatever form I might.

It's been extremely hard for me to watch from afar. My wife and I visit Prescott often. My bond with your 19 is also that I am also a wildland firefighter. Few outside our world will truly understand our bond. I do, as do thousands of us around the nation and the world. We mourn with you and pray that comfort will soon come.

God Bless You All
July 9, 2013
Condolences to all the families, friends and loved ones of the "19" fallen Hot Shot Crew members. God be with you, console and comfort each of you. From an Alaska Buying Team Member(supporting Fire Crews all over the U.S.), Joleen
July 9, 2013
My deepest sympathy to the families, friends and community of those lost making the ultimate sacrifice for the country they loved.
Cindy Van Sant
July 9, 2013
To the families, both of blood and of service, and the friends of these brave men, please know that many share your grief. We can never know the burden of that grief, but we can help share it, and pray for your healing and for peace. Your loved ones will never be forgotten, and their memories will be honored by those of us who understand their service and their dedication. God bless you all!
Jane
July 9, 2013
My deepest condolences. My husband is a retired FF and we lost our daughter at age 21 while attempting to become a FF. may peace be with you.
I would like to offer a service to any of you. I will take HIS clothes and make,a,quilt for you or your children in a special way and with my heart, to keep for ever.
Debra MacPhail
July 9, 2013
My thoughts and prayers are with the family, frens and most of all the firefighter bros, may The Lord wrap his arms around you all,comfort you and giving you strength.
Lionel & Nicole Smith Family
July 9, 2013
I send my deepest love and grace to my brothers of the fire service that parished so unexpectedly. God please bless the families and children that have lost dads, brothers, heros, and playmates. My family sends our love.
Love Casey, Louanne, and Ashleigh Miller
Casey Miller
July 9, 2013
I am so sorry for this great tragedy that took the lives of these great and brave men. My prayers are for their families, Arizona, and all Fire fighters. May God have mercy.
Diann M
July 9, 2013
I offer my deepest love and heartfelt prayers of hope and healing to the loved-ones each of these fine young men have left behind. Their perfect beauty will remain in the hearts and souls of each of us remembering their service and contribution to our well-being.
Peter
July 9, 2013
We are thinking of you all at this time. As a retired firefighter, I feel your loss and sympathize with loved ones and family.
Beth L
July 9, 2013
My prayers are with this 19 angels and with their families. With my deepest sympathy. God bless them all.
Lety Ramirez
July 9, 2013
Lety Ramirez
July 9, 2013
My heartfelt condolences to the families, friends and coworkers of these young men, 19 who made the ultimate sacrifice, and the 20th who will live the rest of his life as the sole survivor. My prayers are with you all.
Joy B
July 9, 2013
My prayers and thoughts are with the families of the 19 firefighters whose lives were tragically lost. All of them gave the ultimate sacrifice. Their heroic efforts are commendable and will not be overlooked. They were all heroes and God bless them and their families
Jamie Rico
July 9, 2013
I have fought fire with fire fighters from all over North America, Australia, New Zealand, our hearts go out to the families, friends, co-workers whom are touched by such a tragedy. The spirit of wildland fire fighting is strong, but so are the forces of nature that we must be vigilant to. I hope that from tragedy some good can come, perhaps lessons learned from this event will save the lives of future fire fighters, the memory of what can occur stays fresh in peoples minds when similiar events start to proceed down a familiar path that ends with fire fighters asking why?
Scott Wiseman
July 8, 2013
The world has lost 19 promising, accomplished, caring, loving, genuine young men, who would have continued to make the world a better place. This is, for all the world, the saddest loss of all.
E Ballard
July 8, 2013
Our deepest condolences to family and loved ones of these extraordinary men. They have touched the hearts & minds of the world with their exemplary character and dedication. They will not be forgotten. Their lives made a difference, most definately. Our thoughts and prayers are with their loved ones now and in the days to come. May the God of ALL Comfort - comfort you as only He can. "Because of the Lord's great love we are not consumed,for His compassions never fail. With great respect and admiration,
Kevin & Tasha Heaton
July 8, 2013
To all of the wives, children, mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters who grieve the loss of their loved one, may you find comfort in knowing they gave the ultimate sacrifice to save others. As parents who are grieving our own loss, we pray for God's blessing to give you comfort and peace.

To the brotherhood of firefighters everywhere, we thank you for your unselfish devotion and commitment to keeping our communities safe. God bless you all!

Paul & Elaine Miller, parents
Chief Rodney P. Miller
Loganville Volunteer Fire Company
LODD 4/27/2013
July 8, 2013
My deepest sympathy to the families of the 19 brave men of Granite Mountain Hot Shot team. I thank these Heroes for their sacrifice.
Joyce Chiasson
July 8, 2013
as a former hotshot I grieve with you the families esp the brother who lived my prayers support and love goes out to him and the families of the fallen brothers who paid the last full measure of devotion my God keep you in His peace love and know many are with you and supporting youGod bless you all
peter silet
July 8, 2013
Natalie Briggs
July 8, 2013
Christa & Earl Cranmer
July 8, 2013
My deepest sympathy to all family and friends of the 19 fallen firefighters. May God's love comfort you as you grieve.
Sharon Rasmussen
July 8, 2013
GOD BLESS THEM ALL FOR THEIR DEDICATION TO THEIR COUNTRY AND FAMILIES.
JOHN STAFFORD
July 8, 2013
Among the people of this nation, there are few that exemplify the traits that these young men did. The definition of hero is to put yourself in harms way to protect others. You did! God bless you and your families, and God protect your comrades as they do the impossible! Thank you for your commitment and sacrifice.
Dell Sanford
July 8, 2013
There are times when prayer is the only gift we can give one another. May you find comfort in cheerished memories that will live on. These " 19 HEROES OF THE FOREST" will not be forgotten. Keep the Faith. Many Blessings and Hugs.
Lynda Maleta
July 8, 2013
jessica casteen
July 8, 2013
From now on every time I look at those beautiful AZ mountains I will remember you brave, unselfish, caring men. To the families please know in your hearts and souls that you will meet again. Thank you for sharing these great men. RIP Heroes of the forest.
Ruben Serna
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