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Raymond T. Odierno

Raymond T. Odierno (Donna Ward/Getty Images)
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October 16, 2021 "I played high school baseball with Ray. He was just a sophomore when I was a senior and he was such an integral part of the team. Even back then he showed signs of greatness and as history has shown, he excelled in everything he pursued. It was a privilege to have known him, albeit long ago. My sincere condolences to his entire family. " - jeffrey mcenteer (Salisbury, NC)
October 16, 2021 "MUCHAS GRACIAS AMIGOS FOR SERVICE TO YOU !!!!!!!!!!! SIR #15 #40 #10 #29 #32 & #71 CORINTHIANS 1:12:-1:12:70 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" - JIMMY GRADY LEWIS I (PAWTUCKET, RI)
October 14, 2021 "Sincere condolences to all of his family and friends. A special thanks to his family for sharing the life of this great leader and American hero. May he rest in eternal peace." - Timothy Streb (SgtMaj, U.S. Army, Ret.)
October 14, 2021 "I had the privilege getting a photo with General Raymond Odierno at a AUSA conference in 2010 or 2011 in Washington DC. He was my general also in the 4th Infantry Division while deployed to Iraq in 2003-2004. An awesome man and individual. RIP sir and to his family, sorry for your loss. SSG (Ret) Kevin Centifanto"
October 14, 2021 "I want to send my sincere condolences to General Odierno’s family and loved ones. He was truly an outstanding soldier and man. I had the honor and pleasure to serve with then Major Ray Odierno while I was assigned to F Btry 333d FA and he was assigned to DivArty in Hanau, Germany in 1990. " - Terry Adams (Quincy, IL)
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Obituary for Raymond T. Odierno
Raymond T. Odierno was a U.S. Army general who helped shape the Iraq War and became the Army’s chief of staff. We invite you to share...
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