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Kathryn McClamrock sat in her upstairs bedroom Tuesday night crying over a "silly TV show," when her younger sister, 10-year-old Caroline, came in sobbing and wiping her face with a wet towel.

"She said, 'There's two people from the Army downstairs. It's about Jamie. He was shot. He's dead.'" Kathryn, 18, recalled Wednesday evening. "After that, I had something to really cry about."

Pfc. James McClamrock, 22, born in Columbia and raised in Hendersonville and Statesville, was part of a security detail Tuesday in Iraq, family members were told. He was guarding a company commander who was meeting with Iraqi security forces at an army base north of Baghdad.

Suddenly an Iraqi soldier opened fire on the Americans, the military said in a statement.

McClamrock and another U.S. soldier from the Army's Hawaii-based 25th Infantry Division were killed, the first Americans to die in Iraq since combat operations formally ended last week. The Iraqi soldier was shot and killed.

Nine other Americans were wounded - underscoring the dangers facing 50,000 U.S. troops still in the country.

The U.S. military and Iraqi defense ministry are investigating the firefight.

Wednesday evening in Concord, where McClamrock's parents and five siblings live, friends gathered at Concord ARP Church, where his father is the pastor.

They recalled a young man deeply religious, who had joined the Army a year ago after feeling a divine calling. They prayed for the families of the other dead soldier and the nine wounded soldiers.

"In the depth of our sorrow, we feel the sting tonight of James' loss," said Eugene Boelte, a retired minister and member of the congregation. "This has shocked us and stirred our emotion deeply.

"...But somewhere in all of this, at some point, we will find the answers of why."

Moved to enlist

Unlike many boys, McClamrock didn't grow up playing war games, or aching to be a soldier, sister Kathryn said.

He graduated from South Iredell High School in 2006, where he played soccer and tennis and kicked for the football team, she said.

Two years ago, his parents, Mark and Susan McClamrock, moved the family to Concord, where Mark grew up and where James' grandfather, Fleet McClamrock, was once police chief.

After high school, James got married, started college at Mitchell Community College and began working security for the federal Transportation Security Administration at Charlotte/Douglas International Airport, she said.

He and his wife, Shannah, moved to Huntersville.

"Then one night he declared he was enlisting in the Army because 'God wants me to do this,'" Kathryn McClamrock said. "We're all strong Christians. If he said that, then nobody was going to stop him. His wife understood."

He signed up for a four-year stint and had been in the Army a year when he was killed.

'God will get us through'

Wednesday afternoon, the parents flew to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware to meet their son's body. The military is scheduled to hold a service at 1 p.m. today at the base.

As news of James' death spread, a procession of friends brought food and hugs to the family's white two-story house on Marsh Avenue next to the church.

They all searched for answers - except for his sister, Kathryn.

"We don't need to know why," she said. "We don't need to blame anyone. The man who shot my brother is dead now, too. If you believe in God's strength, you know he will get us through this."

- David Perlmutt, the Charlotte Observer
Published in Charlotte Observer on Sep. 9, 2010.
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June 29, 2015
Missing you tonight and always. You would love to see the house - you are in every room. Your smile is on our face and your gift of love and humor is evident. Enjoy heaven my son, for your price of freedom has been paid. Love, Mom
July 5, 2014
I miss you brother, you may be gone but you will never be forgotten.
Pinky
October 19, 2012
God Bless you James and your family, and may you watch over the men that you were with in Tuz that day. You will not be forgotten James.
Doc R
September 12, 2012
September 7, 2012
To the family and friends of Pvt. James F. McClamrock:
Please accept my remembrance of James on the anniversary of his passing and know that he will never be forgotten.
Peggy Childers
January 13, 2012
I miss you brother, and love you so much. As you remember me..
Doc HORTON
September 8, 2011
September 7, 2011
To the family and friends of Pvt. James F. McClamrock:
Remembering James on the anniversary of his passing. May our fallen heroes never be forgotten!
Peggy Childers
September 7, 2011
I miss you buddy.
Michael Maese
April 8, 2011
God bless James and his family
Gary
April 2, 2011
To the family of Pvt. James F. McClamrock:
James gave the ultimate sacrifice and will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. I cannot and will not let our fallen heroes be forgotten. My deepest sympathy to you. "Some gave all."
Peggy Childers
www.IraqWarHeroes.org
Peggy Childers
January 21, 2011
"I pray that our Heavenly Father may assuage the anguish of your bereavement, and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost, and the solemn pride that must be yours to have laid so costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom." -Abraham Lincoln.
Brian Lawrence TSA ORD.
Brian Lawrence
December 16, 2010
We miss you out here James. I wish you were still with us. You are God's soldier now. Watch over us the rest of deployment. Miss you bud
PFC Speranza
October 29, 2010
Sincerely sorry for your lost. May you continue to trust God for healing. Peace and Blessings to all!
October 29, 2010
I am proud to say this is my cousin! I love you James and will never forget youu! <3 Allways and forever <3
Kaitlyn Deck
October 17, 2010
To the family of PFC James McClamrock, even tho I didn't know your brave son I will keep him and you in my thoughts and prayers. May you find peace within your hearts knowing his pride and dedication to serving our great country, he paid the ultimate price and you the ultimate sacrifice. There are no words to describe the pain of your loss or the pain of our loss of another brave soldier. From one veteran to your son I salute him for his service, honor, pride and most of all his bravery. May God bless you and bring you only the peace that he can provide.
T Crook
October 15, 2010
Basic Training - 1st day on Christmas Exodus
James McClamrock
October 15, 2010
OUR HERO
James McClamrock
October 15, 2010
Iraq - resting between missions
James McClamrock
October 14, 2010
With everlasting gratitude for the sacrifice made by this brave soldier.

May the Peace of our Lord, Jesus Christ, be with you all both now and forevermore.
A Veteran, US Army
October 12, 2010
To the McClamrock Family, I did not know your son , but just reading about him has a burning in my spirit, and I feel the need to say WELL DONE, THOU GOOD AND FAITHFUL Servant !!!!! May GOD Bless you all!!!!
Darlene Metze
October 10, 2010
I, too, am deeply saddened by your loss. I thank God for all the wonderful men and women who think of others before themselves. May God bless you and help you through your grief. I am a mother of a recently retired son who almost paid the ultimate price of service. Thank you for your ultimate sacrifice, PFC McClamrock. You are high up on that mountain, son. You may rest in peace and love. Lynn, South Carolina
October 8, 2010
Words... There are no combinations of words that can be put together that can express my feelings about this young man's untimely passing. He served God and Country, and paid the ultimate sacrifice. There are broken hearts and tear filled eyes through out the military every time we hear of one of our brothers or sisters laying down their life in a war that has been drawn out longer then it should. When a Soldier, Marine, Sailor, or Airman is killed in the line of duty it should remind us that somewhere a father and mother lost a child, a child is without a parent, and a brother or sister is without their sibling. Through sacrifices like this young man's, we are able to say the United States of America is the land of the free and home of the brave. I now dry my eyes, hold my head up, stick my chest out, and smile. I smile because i know that this young man has removed his boots, secured his weapon, and is now smiling down from heaven with the knowledge that his family has a bright future because of the work he has done. To the McClamrock family, i'm truly sorry for the loss of your son/brother. PFC McClamrock, you can rest now, You have done your duty with honor, and its an honor to wear the same uniform as you, you are and forever will be my brother.
Shawn Healey
October 7, 2010
To the family of Pvt. James F. McClamrock-
We send our thoughts and our prayers to you all. On the night of 7September2010 Pvt. McClamrock became a New Star in Heaven and will be shining brightly for evermore. May God hold the family under His Canopy of Love.
We send our Christian Love,
William( April ) McBride/Anderson,SC
October 6, 2010
I too want to echo the words of condolences for the price your son has paid for the freedom we enjoy in this country. I also want you to know that in my eyes, your son is a hero and will always be someone for others to look up to. I retired from the Air Force after 25 years and now have a son who has been in the Air Force for 6 years and has been to Iraq on a couple of deploments. I'm proud to have given those years to my country -- and I know (in my heart) that your son was and is still proud to have served his country and his God so faithfully. My the Lord always comfort you with the good memories of your James!
Rick McCrary
October 5, 2010
I am so sorry that your son had passed and I had just got the news today.
yasmin ivey
October 4, 2010
My son is in Iraq also. He is in the same company stationed in HI. I am so sorry and saddened by this news. He was not able to communicate for several days after this because they went dark. I was worried not knowing why we could not talk by internet. When I found out I was so upset for I knew another family were being told the news. Our son enlisted at only 18 having the same passion as your son. I am so grateful that we have young men and women who share this passion. I am praying for your family. My husband is also a pastor. There is no way we could make it through this world without the Lord.
Gina Robbins
September 30, 2010
Thanks you for protecting your country and even though we went to different school it sad to know that a young man as dear as James had to leave before his time--But God gathers his flowers in seasons so that the storm of life won't destory them--His steps were ordered from birth and his course if finished --he taking his rest from this world to be with his Father in Heaven--Even if you can not see him he will always be in your heart--My deepest sympathy to the family that he left behind may God strengthen you and friends and family encourage you in your time of grief--
Gloria Foster
September 24, 2010
"His Lord said unto him, Well done, thou good and faithful servant, thou hast been faithful, enter thou into the joy of thy Lord - Matthew 25:21

"I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith." 2 Timothy 4:7
September 23, 2010
God bless this family. PVT McClamrock your service and sacrifice will never be forgotten.
Linda Norris
September 23, 2010
Penny Galloway
September 23, 2010
To the McClamrock family, I offer my sincere heartfelt condolences during your time of bereavement. I do not know your family but after reading this tragic story, my prayers are with you.
RMG RMG
September 21, 2010
To the McClamrock family I pray that God will keep you all in his loving arms forever and always.
September 21, 2010
O for day to walk again slow through a forest deep O for the time to talk again before I go to sleep O for the warmth of summer sun the chill of winters eve and O for the chance to sing my song once more before I leave O for the secent of autumn air brisk clean and cold O for the chance to travel where the seas are blue and bold O for the prayer I never prayed O for the kiss I never kissed and O for the chance to sing my song once more while yet I'm missed cry of bird and wail of wind word unspoken sin unsinned a night to dance a hill to climb the chance to sing while there is time O for the taste of meat and ale to linger on my tongue O for the sight of hill and dale and faces that are young O for the hand of one I love the time to bloom and grow and O for the chance to sing my song once more before I go.

May the peace of God be with all of you now and forever.
LMM
September 19, 2010
Thank you for sharing your son and husband's life with us in the Independent Tribune Sunday. I personally want to thank you James Fleet McClamrock for your Faith, Courage, Dedication and Ultimate Sacrifice. Words alone can never express our true gratitude in your service to our country and our God. May God continue to give you strength in the days to come.
Crystal Deese
September 19, 2010
Sincere condolences to the family!
We all look forward to God's promises of peace & love among mankind, no more wars & deaths. Isa 2: 4
L. Ellis
September 19, 2010
Thank you for your service!!! May God bless your family during this terrible time, he will get you through. Fully rely on Him
melanie
September 19, 2010
May God bless comfort and hold you in his arms now and forever.Thank you and your family for the sacrifice you have made.From a mother who has lost a child , my heart grieves with you.
Linda Eaker
September 18, 2010
my prayers go out to the mcclamrock family-keep in mine-there is no other country greater then america-god bless america and the ones who fought to keep our country safe-we love our country and we are willing to die for it; we love you james
beth misenheimer
September 18, 2010
I don't know your family but God bless each and everyone of you.
James, thanks for your sacrifice so that our country can be free. My family has not forgotten OUR Soldiers who continue to protect us from harm. I know that you are "Standing Tall" in heaven, still watching over us and protecting us all from evil!
My God bless your family!
Kathy Roberts
September 18, 2010
I did not know James nor do I know you but I am so sorry for your loss. I can't imagine what you must be going through. I am praying for all of you and I know that God will give you the peace that you need to get through this. That being said, I want to thank you for your sacrifice and for the privilege, through the Patriot Guard Riders, of honoring this hero. He and you have paid the ultimate price and I consider it an honor to have been a part of the service for this great young man. May God truly bless you and keep you in his loving arms. Again, thank you for your sacrifice.
Henry Nordan
September 18, 2010
To the Mcclamrock Family,The good gardner(GOD) only picks the most out standing flowers(James)for his home,Praying for your family.
charlene clower
September 18, 2010
To the family of PFC James McClamrock, I am so sorry for your loss. Words can not explain how I feel. James gave the ultimate sacrifice and will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. I cannot and will not let our fallen heroes be forgotten. My deepest sympathy to you. "Some gave all."

Treasa Hamilton
Proud Mother of
TSgt Phillip Myers, USAF
K.I.A 04/04/09
Helmand Province, Afghanistan
Treasa Hamilton
September 17, 2010
On behalf of the educators in Henderson County who had the privilege of teaching Jamie and his siblings, I want to express our deepest condolences for your family. I was Kathryn's second grade teacher at Hillandale and want her to know that she is in my thoughts and prayers.
Annie Jones
September 17, 2010
Freedom is not free. This entry is submitted on your behalf, James, and on behalf of your Band of Brothers and all other Bands of Brothers who have preceded you:
"When you go home,
Tell them of us and say,
For their tomorrow,
We gave our Today".
I honour and thank you for my today and am humbly privileged to submit this entry on your behalf. Your battle is over. You won the war. Not only do we know where you are, but with Whom. God bless and comfort your family as only He can.
A grateful Brit Army Brat
September 17, 2010
I watched the funeral, and it truly broke my heart! I cannot even begin to imagine the pain and sorrow you must be experiencing. MY husband is in the Army as well & stationed at Fort Bragg and I cherish him very much. I am praying for your family, and keeping you in my thoughts. I am very thankful for James service, and admire the strength that this family seems to have through this difficult time. May God be with y'all.
Kailyn Logan
September 17, 2010
I am a old Vietnam veteran and served there when I was 22 years old same as James. I can relate to your grief as I lost many friends in that war. Your son, brother and husband is a hero who was not afraid to stand and say yes I love and support my country and the love ones I have here. His battle is over now and he has reported for duty at the gates of heaven. We pray for you and all the members of the family and we salute James as a true American hero.
Bill Tompkins
September 17, 2010
As a Military Mom, please know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers. So terribly sorry for the loss of your HERO!
Shelia Sammons
September 17, 2010
I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR OF YOUR LOSE, IN THE NEWS IT SAID, HE WAS A FINE YOUNG MAN...THIS OLD GI BRAT, WOULD LIKE ALL OF HIS FAMILY & FRIENDS, TO KNOW, I THANK HIM FOR HIS SERVE TO HIS COUNTRY & HIS SACRIFICE AS WELL...MAY GOD BLESS!
SHERRY F. GADDY
SHERRY F. GADDY
September 17, 2010
Prayers go out for your family - It really takes Special people like your son to give us what we have today. I am soooo very sorry for your loss.
Rosemary Mackey
September 17, 2010
My heart, soul and prayers goes out to you and your family at this time may GOD BLESS you and your family. I SALUTE James for what he did for this country and may he REST IN PARADISE!
B'onta Fleming
September 17, 2010
I was so moved and so very proud to stand along the procession route to honor your husband, son and brother and to share your grief, which I truly do. I held my flag in one hand and a picture of my 24 year old grandson, who could not be there, in the other. He is on active duty in Afghanistan. My heart was full for all the members of our military that serve in harm's way. You gave the ultimate. God bless and comfort your family.
Betty Whitehead
September 17, 2010
Tammie Hill
September 17, 2010
We don't know any of you personally, but we as a 73 year old veteran grieve with you and have been praying for your family. We appreciate his dedication to our country, but at the same time hurt with you. May God bless and confort you. Doug & Carleen Thornburg
September 17, 2010
My prayers are with you and your beautiful family during this time of transition. As an American my heart is saddened but I rejoice in knowing that this BRAVE SOLDIER is with OUR LORD! I have included a link to the song 'WELCOME HOME' by Michael Wayne Smith. The words are very powerful and it too tells the story of a Soldier who has fought a worthy fight. You may have to cut & paste the link, but I do feel it's a song that you can relate to during this time of deep sorrow.

http://michaelwaynesmith.com/

With much love, respect & gratitude!
Robbie Hartsell
September 17, 2010
My deepest condolences to all who knew & loved this young man.I have 2 sons who are serving our country & can only imagine what sorrow your loss brings.May God bless & comfort you all,especially James' wife & parents.May James' soul rest in peace.
Judy Mahlau
September 17, 2010
You are all in my heart and in my prayers. Thank you James for being so brave and protecting our country.
Peggy Hill
September 17, 2010
To the McClamrock Family, I have never met any of you but I have an Army Family bond with you.James is a true American Hero now in Gods hands.James is at peace and I hope that your family will also find peace in this time of sorrow.God bless all of you.
Lisa Haigler
September 16, 2010
My prayers to this wonderful christian family. I just got home from the funeral home paying my respects to someone who died for me. I did not know James but know his sister Kathryn from the mall where I work. She is a sweet person whom I care for deeply. God give them strength to get through this time.The entire town of Concord has shown such support for this family. I am proud to be an American and am grateful to all who serve and sacrifice.
Darlene Harding
September 16, 2010
May God bless the family and God bless all.
Msg Thurman Herring
September 16, 2010
Thank you for sacrificing your life for our country. May you find rest in God's loving hands now as he welcomes you home.
Barbara Thomas
September 16, 2010
Thank you for your hero!
September 16, 2010
May God bless you family in this time of hurt and loss. James has received the hero's welcome home that he deserves. Shannah, I love you and I am so glad to be your friend.
Love: Jennifer Manies
Jennifer Manies
September 16, 2010
Thank God for this young Hero and his family. You're all in our prayers.
Bruce & Deb Alexander
September 16, 2010
I know your heart is heavy, but continue to hold on to God's unchanging hand. James was a wonderful person, I got to know him when he worked at subway.We will keep you in our prayers.
Karen & Clyde Cowan
September 16, 2010
May God comfort you in this time of sorry.
Karen Urbanski
September 16, 2010
To The Family....I don't know you, nor did I know James...But i do know God and just by reading I know God had a calling for James and he was obedient...So Family I say" James is definitely with the Lord, a place where I am striving hard to get'...He lived and fulfilled his life here on earth....But now he has joined Our Master in Heaven, where there is Peace, Joy and Love for all mankind..."So dry your eyes and remember the Good that he brought to all...But especially seek and work hard to see him and Jesus...Because he is in Heaven with Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ...Prayers, Condolences and Love...
sarah crank
September 16, 2010
Mark, Susan and family, we were deeply sadden to learn of James' death. Please accept our heart-felt sympathy and rest assured that you will be continuously in our prayers
Jim&Marilynn Helms
September 16, 2010
I am so sorry for your loss and your whole family is in my prayers. He was so brave and courageous to die for us and our country and will always be remembered as a hero.
Britany Nowak
September 16, 2010
Vanessa Jordan
September 16, 2010
May the God of all comfort be with your family at this time. As James entered into heaven, I can only imagine how it felt to hear, 'Well done, good and faithful friend' from the Lord.
Geri Ridenhour
September 16, 2010
My heart is sad for your loss but at the same time very proud that he died to keep America free and safe. Thank you for your sacrifice.
Deborah Stanley
September 16, 2010
very sorry for your loss.....May God grant your family peace and serentity in this tough time..I appreciate James for being a very brave hero and fighting for my country
with love amd prayers amy statesville, nc
September 16, 2010
Shannah abd the McClamrock family , know that Terry and I have been Praying for you all since John called to share the news. Shannah if you need anything please call Terry or I . We loved James too and our last memory was at the olive garden and the laughter we shared . " Be not afraid , for God is with you ". Psalm 23.
Karen and Terry Arthur
Sorry I can't be there in person but I will be praying for you on friday.
karen Arthur
September 15, 2010
Marc and Susan you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers!!
Gary Barringer
September 15, 2010
To the family, wife and friends of James,

We don't know each other, but I read about this fine young hero, and wanted you to know there are fellow Americans who are grateful for his service and sacrifice. Despite the terrible inadequacy of my words, I want to thank you, and I pray that God will comfort you and welcome James to his eternal family.


He is not dead who gave his life;
To make the world a better place;
The memory of noble deeds;
The passing years cannot efface.
Brian McLaughlin
September 15, 2010
mark&susan,just heard and our hearts go out to your family. I just emailed matthew whos serving in afghanistan. we will keep you all in our prayers. Chris Nowak & family
chris nowak
September 15, 2010
Rest in peace our American Hero. PFC Mcclamrock you are now in God's army. May God bless the Family and Friends and our prayers go out to you.
Mike Powell
September 15, 2010
Our prayers go out to you and pray God's peace to each of you. We lost our nephew 2 years ago after 2 deployments to Iraq at 33, so my heart go out to you all. I thank James for serving to protect my family. God Bless, Connie Case Sheets
September 15, 2010
Mark,
Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time.
Jenny Keasler Hartsell
September 15, 2010
One of our military heroes, God bless you, and may he comfort your family at this time
Jan
September 15, 2010
September 15, 2010

For the family of PFC James Fleet McClamrock, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We deeply appreciate his service to this great country, the United States of America. Our military troops are truly great heros.
You and your family have given the greatest sacrifice and it has not gone un-noticed. May God be with you during the following days.

Terry & Celina Morgan, Concord, NC
September 15, 2010
Thank you for serving our country.
John
September 15, 2010
To the family of PFC James McClamrock, Our thoughts and Prayers go out to your family. Our son PFC Ryan Jones was with your son and wanted us to pass along his condolences. They truly are our HERO'S
And will never be forgotten.

PFC Ryan Jones 1-27 2nd plt Wolfhounds, Dick and Debbie Jones
Dick Jones
September 15, 2010
Thank you PFC McClamrock for making the supreme sacrifice for your country. My deepest condolences go out to your family. They can forever be proud of the service and sacrifice that you gave.

May God grant you peace and comfort in the days ahead.
Ron Joines
September 15, 2010
To the McClamrock Family:

My heart and prayers have gone up for your family ever since my brother (Kenny Brandon) called and ask me to pray for you. I have been bless and spared in that I have not had to face such a tragedy with my own children and I can only begin to imagine the pain and emotions that have flooded your family since learning of your son's passing.

I hope that your joy can come from knowing that there is a celebration going on in heaven even as you read this because another one of God's blessed children has come home, especially after doing God's Work here on earth.

May God give you His Perfect Peace and comfort you until you can some day be reunited in Heaven.

Your friend in Jesus, Brenda Brandon Clay
Brenda Brandon Clay
September 15, 2010
To the McClamrock Family,
So sorry to hear of James passing. Thanks to him for serving our country that we can have the freedom we have. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. God be with you all.
Janet & Wayne Fitzpatrick
September 15, 2010
My co-workers & I stood on Lake Concord Rd in Concord as your loved one was brought home. Although none of us knew him, please know that we were humbled and honored to raise our flags and salute a HERO. May God Almighty give you comfort & peace.
Joely Powlas
September 15, 2010
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Deborah Lomax
September 15, 2010
Thank you Jamie for your honor to this country...you are a true hero. May God please be with this family as they need you right now. God bless you forever.
Julie McCrary
September 15, 2010
I don't know the McClamrock family, but we are brothers and sisters in Christ. I hope that His victory over the grave and the peace of the Holy Spirit will give you comfort in your loss. Thank you for being such good examples of a Christian and a Hero. God Bless Your Family!
Smith SE
September 15, 2010
McClamrock family, please know that your community stands with you in your grief. I did not personally know this young man, but my heart goes out to you all. You were blessed to have him for this short while. I am thankful for his service to our Country. May God bless you all during this difficult time.
TCB
September 15, 2010
Thank you Sir, for your service to our country. May God bless the family.
DEJ
September 15, 2010
Although our paths never crossed, my heart aches for the family of this hero. Thank you for serving our country so that we can have freedom. May God bless you all in the days and weeks ahead.
Susan Harrington
September 15, 2010
I am praying for you all. I don't know you but my son is a Marine so we have a common bond. I thank you and your son for keeping us free, may God bless and encourage you all through this valley. Judy Underwood(Statesville NC)
Judy Underwood
September 15, 2010
To the McClamrock Family
I did not personally know your son and husband, but my deepest sympathy go out to you and your family at this time.
He was a true hero to all of us
May God Bless you.
Sincerly
Sue Pope
Sue Pope
September 15, 2010
To Mark and family: We were so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort in the days to come. I want to thank your son for his service for our freedom. He is and will always be a true Hero to all of us.
Elaine Gamble Burris
September 15, 2010
To the family: My prayers are with you at this time and I pray God will continue to hold you in His loving arms. PFC McClamrock was a real hero and I salute him for serving his country. God bless you all.
Lisa Summers
September 15, 2010
Charles Howell
September 15, 2010
Thank you PFC MCCLAMROCK & his family for allowing our country the freedom that we take for granted every day. May you RIP as you take the Angel Flight. Praying for the family.
Debbie Helms
September 15, 2010
RIP PFC James McClamrock you have more than earned it. You are a TRUE American hero.Prayers to your family.
David Barnhardt
September 14, 2010
I can still remember playing basketball with Jamie way back in elementary school like it was yesterday. I'm glad I got to know him back then, he was a great kid, so it didn't surprise me when I found out how dedicated he was to God and his country. Even back when it was playing for the Jr. Hornets with David, Bryant and the other guys, I knew he was a special kid. He was always upbeat and fun to be around. He will be missed by many, but I hope the family realizes how many lives Jamie helped throughout his life.
Adam Shipman
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