Marcus V. Muralles

Savannah, Georgia


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Sgt. First Class Marcus V. Muralles, 33, died in the line of duty in Afghanistan. Sergeant Muralles was born and raised in New Orleans, LA and also lived in San Antonio, Texas where he graduated from Clark High School. He was stationed at Fort Benning, GA for five years where he was a U.S. Army...

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I'm lighting this candle for my brother, because I know how much you touched his life. He still has a hard time talking about losing you hours/days before you were supposed to return to your family. He tells me he remains in awe of who you were and that your character was beyond reproach. Though he wasn't able to attend your funeral, he has visited your grave in Arlington several times. He struggles with closure, as I know so many do. God holds you now, and I pray that you'll be there to...

Remembering you today and always! We will not forget. May God bless your family and keep them strong.

My son is in Afghanistan now and does much the same work as Sgt Muralles does and Sgt Muralles has led many proud and brave
Soldiers by his example.God Bless

I miss you my Son...

Marcus V. Muralles, Thank you for your service and sacrifice for our country. My condolences to your family and friends, may you R.I.P. and your memory to your family comfort them in the days to come. You will never be forgotten for your brave sacrifice... God Bless you all.

Thank you very much for your service. My Condolences to your family. What you did was brave and honrable. Not many have the courage to enlist and I am saddened by the passing of each and every soldier. You won't be forgotten. You'll be known as a hero

We would like to express our deepest condolences and also let the Muralles Family know that we recently sent Care Packages to American troops in the war zones. Each box carried a dedication sheet that includes the name, service information and a photo of your loved one. We recognize that this is a humble tribute, but we wanted you to know that it is heartfelt and made possible by thousands of like-minded individuals in the youth hockey community and beyond. We will not forget. ...

Six years my Son. You are missed every day. Time has stood still until I see you again.
Your mother always, always.

June 28, 2011
To the family and friends of Sgt. 1st Class Marcus V. Muralles:
Please accept my remembrance of Marcus on the anniversary of his passing and know that he will never be forgotten.

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