Abraham Simpson

Ontario, California


Ontario, California


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LCpl. Abraham Simpson, age 19, of Chino died o n November 9, 2004 in Fallujah, Iraq. He was born March 16, 1985 in Fullerton, CA. Abraham was a resident of Chino for 15 years. Abraham graduated from Southlands Christian School in Walnut, CA. He was an Infantryman for the United States Marine Corp...

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Thinking of you especially today. You are not forgotten Abraham. Semper Fi brother.


I shed a tear or two each year at this time for you Abe and your family more so. May you be precious and perfect as you sit at the foot of the King of Kings for all eternity brother.

On 10 NOV 2019 our brotherhood turns 224 years old. You are never forgotten brother. Happy birthday. Semper Fi, Rah!

God be with you Maria & James (mom & dad)!

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The last picture I took of you when I dropped you off at the barracks parking lot at Horno on June 18, 2004, 1 a.m.

Abe-as we approach 15 years since you opened your eyes on the other side, I am overwhelmed with how much the world has changed since you left. There is so much to tell you about, to catch you up on everything like I used to do. We are also 15 years closer to seeing you again. That is going to be amazing.

As I told you in the garage before you left, after you told me it would be better if you were killed than someone else, because you knew where you were going, we are making it...

Hello LCPL Simpson, my name is carlos gonzalez I am a poolee of RSS Pomona leaving to the marines on June twenty fourth , I live in chino hills near soquel canyon and, I am a senior at Ayala,whenever I'm taking the turn off of grand In chino right near La fitness/Calvary chapel, I always see the light pole in remembrance of you, I noticed one day there were some flowers and little American flags propped up, and that excited my interest for not only were you apart of the marine corps but you...

I am a poolee in the DEP. My Staff Sergeant asks us to look up the story of a fallen Marine. It didn't take me long to come across Lance Corporal Simpson's story and I'm glad I did. Like him, I am very religious, but had some doubts about how much I could or would be willing to express my faith to others in the corps. Reading this has inspired me to live out my faith and have it help me become a better Marine because of it.

Thank you Lance Corporal Abraham Simpson for your...


I work with your father and he is a perfect example of a true leader. He passes his knowledge on to officer candidates, junior grade, company grade, and even field grade officers to say the least. Knowing him and his selfless service, I know that you were an outstanding Marine! I often hear your name in casual conversation. You are still with us in spirit even today.

Semper Fi,

Simpson was a great Marine and a fine person. I was his squad leader an was there when he paid the ultimate price. I had to deal with survivor's guilt for years. I was lead to Christ and only then did I realize that Abe's mission was complete, his death gave me life and I pass on my testimony constantly.
THANK YOU ABE, you are missed.