Gary  Myerscough email@example.com High School Classmate 2679 Rio Bravo Circle Sacramento CA 95826 USA Remembering Vets on Memorial Day 2013`` I want anyone who logs on to your memorial that your Bishop DuBourg High School is placing you name on a Veterans Memorial that is being place on the campus. Thank you for your service and giving your life for all of us and this country.
Gary Myerscough fellow Vietnam Vet 7/69 - 7/70. May 27, 2013
Edward  Henry Edwardntx@att.net 5814 Bayside Drive Fort Worth TX 76132 USA From A Fellow Veteran I honor your service and your sacrifice. I came home safe from the war, I'm sorry you did not. You are not forgotten. May you rest in peace. Sep 6, 2009
Bob  Jeske Grateful American/Marine Veteran Merry Christmas Soldier. I know that you are in your families thoughts on this special night. Rest comfortably in Peace, your Nation will never forget you. May God Bless you and your family. Dec 24, 2007
Though you are gone you will never be forgotten! You and men like you, are the reason we are free today! I just wanted to say THANK YOU for the sacrifices that you made! I hold you and those like you in the highest regard and you deserve nothing less! I love you all, you were and always will be HEROES to me! I promise never to take for granted the freedoms I have, which you paid the ultimate price for! Happy Birthday! Let no man be forgotten…I WILL REMEMBER YOU!!!
May 6, 2007
Manuel Pino Bco 2/8th 1st Cav 68-69 firstname.lastname@example.org Fellow Vietnam Army Vet SD 5891 MACV ADVISORS
Unselfishly, you left your fathers and your mothers, You left behind your sisters and your brothers. Leaving your beloved children and wives, You put on hold your dreams, your lives.
On foreign soil, you found yourself planted To fight for those whose freedom you granted. Without your sacrifice, their cause would be lost But you carried onward, no matter the cost.
Many horrors you had endured and seen. Many faces had haunted your dreams. You cheered as your enemies littered the ground; You cried as your brothers fell all around.
When it was over, you all came back home, Some were left with memories to face all alone; Some found themselves in the company of friends As their crosses cast shadows across the land.
Those who survived were forever scarred Emotionally, physically, permanently marred. Those who did not, now sleep eternally Beneath the ground they had given their lives to keep us free.
With a hand upon my heart, I feel The pride and respect; my reverence is revealed In the tears that now stream down my upturned face As our flag waves above you, in her glory and grace.
Freedom was the gift that you unselfishly gave Pain and death was the price that you ultimately paid. Every day, I give my utmost admiration To those who had fought to defend our nation.
Apr 3, 2007
Edward Keith email@example.com Nearby when the bomb went off 1327 Gardenia Lane La Verne, Ca 91750 USA Sorry About That I will never forget the sound and smell of the massive explosion that destroyed the Brinks Hotel in Saigon. I went back to where you died in August 2003. A new hotel was under construction at the site, so it didn't look that much different than it did late Christmas Eve 1964. When we got home, we too had a Casualty Report for our son in Iraq. He recovered and returned home exactly 39-years after you were lost. Sorry you were in the wrong place and time. Rest in Peace Thursday, September 15, 2005
Francis Kaufman Just a few words to HONOR your memory on the day you made the SUPREME SACRIFICE in 1964. You will never be forgotten. Tuesday, December 24, 2002
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