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January 23, 2022

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January 20, 2021
I wear a bracelet in your honor and would love to hear from those who knew him well.
I served, am the daughter and wife of retired military and the mother of a current active airman. I wear a KIA bracelet with your name each and every day. Prayers to you and yours and would love to hear from those that knew you.
Becca - 910-551-4084
June 6, 2020
My wife and her family buried her father this week. He was a 32 year Army veteran and is buried only 20-30 feet from where you rest. I came upon your stone late this evening after leaving a coin at my father-in-laws site, stood there paying my respects, and contemplated how you left this world entirely too early. A 23 year retired Army veteran myself, with two tours to Afghanistan and two to Iraq, I wanted to learn more about you. I vowed to my wife that when we come out from Tennessee to visit family, and her fathers grave, I would stop by to say hello. Rest easy, Soldier. RLTW!
June 6, 2020
My wife and her family buried her father this week. He was a 32 year Army veteran and is buried only 20-30 feet from where you rest. I came upon your stone late this evening after leaving a coin at my father-in-laws site, stood there paying my respects, and contemplated how you left this world entirely too early. A 23 year retired Army veteran myself, with two tours to Afghanistan and two to Iraq, I wanted to learn more about you. I vowed to my wife that when we come out from Tennessee to visit family, and her fathers grave, I would stop by to say hello. Rest easy, Soldier. RLTW!
July 19, 2019
wow it has been 18 years now and it still seems like yesterday at times
miss you
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