Bruce E. Hays

Alamogordo, New Mexico


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Captain Bruce E. Hays, 42, of the U.S. Army National Guard of Wyoming, died Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008, as a result of injuries sustained in combat in Afghanistan. Captain Hays was born Dec. 29, 1965 in Merced, Calif. He graduated from Capitan (New Mexico) High School in 1984 and joined the U.S....

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Every year around this time I think about Capt Hays. He was on of the first people I met when I got to my first unit. He was such a nice man. I was terrified when I got there but he put me at ease and made me feel welcome. You will never be forgotten. RIP Capt.

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Capt Bruce Hays is still remembered, respected and honored.

I'd just like to say thank you to everyone who has left a message, heard or remembers my father (Cpt. Hays) in any way. Thank-you. You have made a big difference in my life.

My sincere condolences to the family for your loss of a husband and father. I just saw a video about the pickup truck. What a nice rememberance. I also create rememberances for families who have lost a love one in Iraq or Afhanistan. We create a portrait in wood and send them to the families of the deceased at no charge. Our group is We have cut portraits of over 1200 soldiers. I would be honored to cut portraits of Cpt Hays for your family as well. Please see...

To the family and friends of Capt. Bruce Hays:
Please accept my remembrance of Bruce on the anniversary of his passing and know that he will never be forgotten.

To the family and friends of Capt. Bruce Hays:
Remembering Bruce on the anniversary of his passing. May our fallen heroes never be forgotten!
Peggy Childers
"Don't Let The Memory Of Them Drift Away"

My deepest sympathy to the entire family. My cousin Tom Chenault and his wife Thelma enjoyed knowing you all so much when you were at White Sands. I appreciate so much the sacrifice your family has made. You all must be wonderful people. May God bless you with His peace and the knowledge of the soon to be great reunion.

Gil McDonald, Sr.

I want to thank every person in the US military and to honor what you did for our great country and the people in it. You helped protect our lives and fought for our rights and freedom. Thank you so much Captain Bruce Hays.