Wilfred D.-Bellard-Obituary

Pfc. Wilfred D. Bellard

Lake Charles, Louisiana

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Army Pfc. Wilfred D. Bellard was proud to be in the military and ready to fight in Iraq. Bellard, 20, died April 4 when the vehicle he was riding in fell into a ravine. He had graduated from high school in Georgia. Before that, he lived in Lake Charles, La., attending Lake Charles-Boston High School. "My son was proud of his job in the military," said his mother, Janet Brooks. "He told me he loved it and was ready to go to Iraq and get the job done. To me, my son is a hero." He is survived by a wife Latricia, and a young son.

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To everyone through out the years that showed care and heart warming words, please for give me for not answering you soon but it is still hard for me. My son was my world and he not not here I just started to let the pain else up to address everyone. My wish for you to be bless keep Jesus always in your hearts and pray for the nation, hug your love ones, tell a soldier thanks for severing. May God keep you protected and blessed. Thank you again.

Love you Son

To everyone through out the years that showed care and heart warming words, please for give me for not answering you soon but it is still hard for me. My son was my world and he not not here I just started to let the pain else up to address everyone. My wish for you to be bless keep Jesus always in your hearts and pray for the nation, hug your love ones, tell a soldier thanks for severing. May God keep you protected and blessed. Thank you again.

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We would like to express our deepest condolences and also let the Bellard Family know that we recently sent Care Packages to American troops in Afghanistan. Each box carried a dedication sheet that includes the name, service information and 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. May...

Happy Birthday Will! Love your sister!

On this Memorial Day weekend, I think of this hero and the sacrifice made for our country. Never forget!

You are not forgotten. It has been 9 years but you are still in the minds of many.

April 4, 2012
To the family and friends of Pfc. Wilfred D. Bellard:
Always remembering Wilfred. "Some gave all."

We had our Veteran's Day Service at church and as always, I wore the Hero Bracelet for Pfc. Bellard. My thanks for his service and sacrifice to our country. I pray for his family.