Chase Prasnicki

Roanoke, Virginia

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Thank you for your and your families sacrifice. Although I never met you my family and I are grateful for the freedom we have because of people like Chase. Rest in Peace.

Love to you and your family. I need not know you personally to know that I honor and respect you for your service to your country. The sacrifices of so many good men and women to keep our country safe says so much about your character, courage, and strength. I do have a broken heart hearing about your passing and trust that you are in the hands of our Creator and receiving blessings of other sons and daughters who have gone before you. Rest in peace dear one.

Thank you for your service and ultimate sacrifice from a Gold Star Brother...

Thank you for your service sir. May peace be with you and your family.


A prayer for "Requiem Æternam"; A salute for "Fidelis Ad Mortem"; A "Thank You" for honoring us... "THIS WE'LL DEFEND"

Thank you for your service on the battlefield and the playing field. God Bless All Our Troops. I teach the children if our military. I am proud for each one of them and the sacrifices they make daily and those who have already taken their boots off.

RIP Warrior we have the Watch, so sorry for the Family. He died doing honor to our great Nation. Know that we honor your sons memory every day we continue forth.

My cousin was Lt. Rob Seidel III, West Point Class of 2004. He was KIA in Baghdad, Iraq, on 18 May 2006.

I found Chase's story online through social media and read a tribute to him written for Bleacher Report. So many characteristics that described Chase seemed so similar to Rob. His willingness to lead and serve really stood out. West Point only takes the best.

Although I do not know the family personally, I would like to extend my truest condolences from myself and on...


Chase's Obituary

Chase Prasnicki passed away on June 27, 2012 in Roanoke, Virginia. The obituary was featured in Roanoke Times on June 28, 2012.