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Marine Cpl. Lucas T. Pyeatt Obituary
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December 18, 2018

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November 6, 2018
Mr. & Mrs. Pyeatt,
Having retired from 2d Radio Bn in 2004, I did not have the opportunity to know your son, Sgt Lucas Pyeatt, but he's a brother Marine & a member of a great & unique set of 2600's. We do many things we can never talk about, which at times, makes our job even harder. I've spent the last couple of hours reading different articles about your son & it didn't take long to see that he was an outstanding Marine & overall, a great young man who will be missed by many, now including myself. Our prayers go out to you & your family & while I hope it won't be soon, I look forward to meeting your son in God's beautiful heavens.
God Bless You,
GySgt (Ret) Diane Sackett
June 4, 2017
June 4, 2017
June 4, 2017
Br. and Sis. Pyeatt,

Sorry this is slightly late, but I wanted you to know that I had the privilege of wearing your son's name as I visited Arlington National Cemetery this Memorial day. The Cemetery was handing out neck-tags with the names of those who had given their lives to freedom in the recent conflicts. On the tag was the location of his grave so we could pay our respect.

Before I made it over there, I visited my wife's brothers' grave who died as babies and are buried in Arlington because her father was in the service. We noted that many gravestones had religious symbols on them like crosses, and her brothers' stone had nothing. I wondered if there was no symbol for the LDS faith, because we are members. So when we found Lucas's grave, it felt like a tender mercy, something small yet needed right now in my life. It's those moments that the Lord shows us that he is there, paying special attention to each one of us and gives accordingly. So I would like to add my testimony to yours that Luke is hard at work beyond the veil for the living and the dead.

Also, I thought you might like to see your flowers if you didn't get a chance to visit. They were beautiful. May the Lord bless your family always.