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Heath D. Warner

Massillon, Ohio

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PVT Heath D. Warner PVT Heath D. Warner, age 19, of Canton, died at Alanbar Province in Haqlaniya, Iraq on Wednesday, November 22, 2006. He was born on Friday, January 2, 1987, in Massillon, and was a life resident of Canton. He was a 2005 graduate of McKinley High School. He had been a boy...

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I continue to honor the memory of Pvt. Heath Warner as representing all the precious men and women who have lost their lives defending our freedom and security while liberating millions.

May God continue to pour out His comfort and blessing on the mother, father and two brothers of Pvt. Warner.

Thank you, Heath.

Brandon

Not forgotten 1 Semper Fi

Thinking of you Heath. Love you Dad

I had the privilege of meeting Scott and Melissa at the fitness expo for The Hall of Fame Marathon this past weekend. I've seen Heath's Memorial marker on I-77 many times as I've passed through Canton while making deliveries in the area. Now I know something of the man named Heath. And I have seen the pictures of his brother Marines who were with him that fateful day. I remember the words of a Randy Travis song, "Three Wooden Crosses" "It's not what you take when you leave...

God bless you for your bravery, dedication, service and sacrifice for our country. I am in awe of such a handsome young man with courage and wisdom beyond his years. May your family take a bit of comfort knowing you are all in my prayers (and that of many American citizens). Mere words cannot convey our appreciation for the gifts of your willingness to protect we who are strangers. I am proud to live in a land with such extraordinary young people. Your parents raised you beautifully and you...

BY THE GRACE OF GOD
AND A FEW MARINES...

SEMPER FI HEATH....

Dutch............

May you continue to R.I.P happily and safely in the arms of God and Jesus. Amen.