Pvt. Joseph I. Tyrrell
All Fallen Commrades will
be LOVED, MISSED, and REMEMBERD! ON NOV. 14 my older brother Pfc. Scott M.
Tyrrell was burned and lost his arms in Iraq. As a family we then decided to
take him off the resporater. He then died on Nov. 20, 2003. He fought and died
for what he and I both believe in. That in which all men and women should live
free in this world. I say both because on Dec.5, 2003 I then signed a three year
contract with the US Army. All men and women that fight for our country should
get GREAT RECONITION for what they did. I'm sorry for every ones lose and hope
that one day we as a country stop the killing and enjoy the peace.
Peace, Love, and Memories,
Pvt. Joseph I. Tyrrell
P.S. I once read, "Heros are forgotten but
Legends never die." I believe that all who lost there lives fighting for our
country are Legends, not heros!
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
In loving memory of my high school
sweatheart, husband of 7 years and father of our 11 year old son.
MICHAEL KIRCHHOFF SR.
Nothing can replace you being here and we never got
to say goodbye to you. You wrote us letters all the time with words of love from
Wisconsin and Iraq and now we hold those near to our hearts. We know who in your
life you cherished most and all you left behind. You said from the day I met you
on February 12, 1988 that you loved me forever and always and that continued in
your letters from the war. If only the phone would ring one more time so I could
hear you tell me how much you loved me like you did when you were in WI.
Although both our lives had gone different ways we still meant the most to
each other in our hearts and I know that you carried that with you when you left.
I'm sorry that we can not see your face again. With all that has happened since
your passing I know that you are not happy. I am sorry for the choices you made
but nothing can turn back time for if it could you would be here where we could
hug and kiss you like we used to. "Angel" from Aerosmith was our
song in the
beginning and will be forever. You are David Jr.'s Angel and I know that you
will be watching over him through all of his days. You are my Angel also. God
must have been watching over us 16 years ago when you picked that song and told
me that "Angel" would always mean us. People refer to you as an Angel not
knowing how special that word is to you and I. Keep an extra special watch over
your son, I know he was your pride and joy. Brandy
San Antonio, Texas
These flowers are in memory of my son,
Pvt. Robert L. Frantz, who was killed in Baghdad on June 17, 2003. I love you
son, and miss you so very much. Tears from Heaven, Robby. Also, to all of our
military personnel currently deployed...I thank you all from the bottom of my
heart, for your selflessness and courage, and for the freedom your duty has
allowed me. You are all in my thoughts and prayers always. To the families of
soldiers fallen, may you find peace, comfort and strength in God. My heartfelt
condolences to all of you. To my fellow Americans, please don't take your
freedom for granted and please don't forget those who fought for it. God bless
I send this sympathy greeting to every
father,mother,husband,wife, brother and sister for many have paid the ultimate
sacrifice.I know very well my brother MSgt.William L.McDaniel was among those
who bravely fought and lost his life.How greatly he is missed,no words can
express the sorrow I have in my heart each time I hear a new name,we have so
much to be thankful for as they go to protect us while we say good night in the
comfort of our homes,I thank you my brother for making my country a safer
place,we will never forget nor will your sons love your sister Dana Baker
Words cannot express my sorrow for your loss. For it is our
loss as well. I pray that God will comfort you and replace your pain with His
peace. And may God bless America.
Ft Leonard Wood, MO
My thoughts and prayers go out to all
friends and family of these heroes. You are always in prayers. May the war end
soon and the soldiers come home as quickly as possible. Thank you for all that
Ft.Leonard Wood, Mo
To the Biskie Family,
All our thoughts and prayers are with you.
The Etherton Family
Our hearts & prayers &
support go out to each and every family member of those who have given the
ultimate to our country...their life. Thank you all and you're all in our
Del Dunn + Family
Ft Knox, KY
My Family and I support all that the troops are doing.
Disregard what the people back hame are saying. There is always bad publicity.
The men and women serving in Today's Military, make a difference for the entire
world. Thank you all so very much for your hard work and dedication to your
country and it's way of life.
San Angelo, Texas
My nephew, Sgt. Ryan C. Young died Dec 2nd. Our hearts are
broken and my prayers go out to everyone who has lost someone. Thank you to all
of those who willingly give their lives for our freedom.
To all of
those who have lost loved ones during this time, you have my deepest sympathy.
I can't say that I know how you feel to lose a loved one this way, but I can say
that I pray for your strength and endurance. May we continue to pray for those
still serving this country, and may God bring them home safely. Our fallen
soldiers have not died in vain, but with highest honors. May God bless you
To everyone who has lost a loved one in this war, you have my
deepest sympathies and also my prayers. I, too, lost someone in Iraq. My
brother, SSGT Chris Swisher was killed in an ambush on Oct 9, 2003. My faith in
God, and the prayers of family, friends, and strangers has been the driving
force in being able to face each day without my best friend. I am proud to be
an American, proud to be a believer, and proud of my brother. One thing to
remember about your lost loved one: They were a person, before they were a
soldier. Hold tight to your memories until you may hold tight to your lost hero
again. Love and prayers.
In Memory of SSG Stevon A.
Booker...A Co 1/64th Armor Battalion KIA April 5 2003...Me and the girls miss
you very much...not a day goes by where I do not think about you and what could
have been....Your mom and sister are ok...they love and miss you very much!!!! I
love you with all my heart.....love Pooh Bear
You know, we as Americans take
freedom for granted. I go to work daily and take the drive for granted. But in
the back of my mind, I think of those over in far away lands, fighting for the
freedom of those that know - no other way. May God keeep you safe and may
angles protect each of you from harm.
We're praying for each of you.
I am a
mother of 2 little girls (3years and 5 months)whose husband is now in Iraq after
being home from Afghanistan for only four months. My heart goes out to everyone
who has a loved one who has been or is currently deployed. And especially to
those who have lost loved ones. God Bless Our Troops!
Rest in Peace my comrades. You've healed a country with your flesh. Your
souls will find rest eternal.
Brother in arms.
Retired '99 (US Air
To all of those who have lost a loved one, your life has touched mine each
time. I am the mother of a soldier, so with each and every mother, wife or
sister, I mourn with you, for your soldier, this hero I have never met. My words
will never be able to make up for your loss, but know that I honor you and are
grateful for the courage of your loved one. May God Bless you and your
My Son, PFC Damian S. Bushart, was
killed in Iraq Nov. 22, 2003 along with another young soldier. I am very proud
of Damian and all the men who are now serving. My condolences go out to family
of the other young soldier and the other men who were involved in the accident.
My heart poors our to all of you. Thank you Tim for your website.
To all who loved Michael. He is
our Hero! He gave it all! Kate is also our Hero and our prayers go out to you.
Thank you for doing what you have done!
you! To all those who have given thier time, freedom, and especially those who
have given thier lives I just want to say thank you. There are no words that can
completely express my gratitude for all that you and your fellow soldiers do for
our nation and people. Everything that you do is and forever will be greatly
i just would like to say thanks to all the men and women who
are protecting this country and i pray for all the families whom have lost loved
ones.and for the true american heros that are still fighting,may god be with
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho USA
I respect those who gave their
lives protecting us on foreign soil and on USA soil. Thank You.
Aunt Mary & Uncle Pat
Cpl. Jason David Mileo,
We miss you very much and you are in our thoughts everyday. We understand that
you gave the ultimate sacrifice for your country,but we still can't get over the
fact that you are gone.
Till we meet again in the house of the Lord, Soar
on OUR SOLDIER. We Love You!
Amber N. Perez (Jefferis)
Thank you! My thought's and
prayers to all the fallen, active, reserve and veteran soldiers and their
families now and always.
Aunat Mary & Uncle Pat
Cpl. Jason David Mileo,
You are missed dearly and loved even more. We think of you every day and wish
you were still here with us. You gave the ultimate sacrifice in The War on Iraq,
and we will never understand what happened or why. Only God knows that answer.
Keep looking out for all of you left behind. Soar forever our young soldier.
Until we meet again in the house of the Lord.
Jason was KIA in the War on
Iraq by friendly fire on April 13, 2003.
Ft. Carson Colorado
This message is to say our
farewell to a great man, husband, father, son, and brother.
29 January 2004
We miss you and love you and will
keep you and your family forever in our hearts and minds.
Sgt Charles Lee Kanoa Cruz and
IN MEMORY OF OUR HERO GENE ARDEN VANCE, WE WILL NEVER FORGET.
MISS YOU ALWAYS.
My thoughts and prayers go out to all of the families that have
lost a loved one fighting for our freedom.
They are the real heroes!
Pfc.Jerrick M.Petty was my brother. I
miss him terribly. My family and I are so thankful for everyones support. I wish
that each and everyone of you had the oppertunity to meet my brother in person
and get to know him. He was the kind of brother every girl would ask for. I ask
God to give me back my brother everyday. And when I come to sites like this one
I get my brother back. God answers my prayer every time I read a letter of
support for my family. Thank you all so much for helping God give me my brother
back every day.
ROBERT LEE CARVER
AS A RETIRED MARINE WITH SERVICE IN
VIETNAM,BERUIT,GRENADA AND THROUGHOUT THE WORLD MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY GOES OUT TO
THE FAMILIES OF OUR BRAVE HERO'S WHO HAVE FALLEN.KEEP LOOKING UP AND GOD's
SPEED.SEMPER FI.MSGT(RET)ROBERT LEE CARVER
I want to say Thank You to all who serve in these unsettling
times. We who are home are indebted to you now and forever. May God reach out
his hand to give comfort and protection to all, and heal the injured. May he
give solace to the anxious hearts of the many families waiting for their loved
ones to return home again. From the bottom of my heart I THANK YOU.
As a wife of a soldier, I can only
imagine your pain. I thank you and your loved one for the sacfrice that you both
had to bear. As an American, wife and mother, the bravery of your loved one will
be forever in my thoughts and prayers. MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND SHOWER YOU WITH
THIS HAS ONLY SERVED TO REMIND ME
OF MY OWN SERVICE IN VIETNAM WHERE I FIRST LEARNED THERE ARE THINGS WORTH
FIGHTING AND YES, DYING FOR. MY COUNTRY IS WORTH MY ALL AND THE SOLDIERS NEXT TO
WHOM I SERVE ARE WORTH MY LIFE AS WELL AND THOSE WHO WOULD DOUBT THAT AS A FACT
HAVE SO MUCH MORE TO LEARN ABOUT THE CHARACTER OF THIS NATION AND ITS WARRIORS.
GOD HAS CHOSEN US TO DO NO LESS AND OF OURSELVES WE WILL GIVE NO LESS AND OF
EACH OTHER WE EXPECT NO LESS.
I pray for
all the fallen soldiers and their Families. May God Bless you all. And a great
big THANK YOU!
Even without knowing the names of your sons, daughters,
brothers,and sisters, your loss is also a loss to those of us who are allowed,
by our government, to enjoy our constitutional rights. Thank You for giving us
your beloved family members. You will never know how much this sacrifice has
touched my family as well as others.
We are very sorry for your loss. We feel very sad about it
too, but also proud of your son, and for the courage he had to do his job to
protect America. Our condolences to you and all your family.
Respectfully, Carol and Jim Cullen
God Bless You and your families.May he
guide you through your darkest hours and come to your side and hold you in his
forgiving and loving hands.
Jeannette M. Hilberg
I feel my words of sympathy can
sound inadequate, but know my whole heart is mourning your loss. Nothing can
replace those who were willing to give the ultimate and nothing can diminish the
bravery and valor of those who gave, and nothing can overshadow the bravery and
love of those left behing who were willing to let them. God bless you all.
My hearts go out to the families of each and every soldier. If
it were not for these wonderful soldiers we would not endure freedom.......thank
you for serving our country.
On behalf of all the students of the Perry 6th Grade and
myself, we would like to offer our deepest sympathy to those who have lost our
brave heroes. We are proud of our military and do all we can as young Americans
to support the troops. You are in our prayers.
Hay Springs, NE
I lost my son, Sgt Cory Mracek on January 27, 2004. The pain
is enormous, but it helps to see so many people that care for our soldiers and
what they are doing. He and his comrades that passed with him are heroes, but
so are all the other soldiers. Thanks so much to all.
Lynn A Spivey
I lost a very dear friend over
there.I worked with John E Brown for over a year at tacobell in Troy Alabama.I
was out Of town with my dad .the night I heard he had lost his life.May heart
and prays go out to John's faniely and all that know him.He will be greatly
missed but never for gotton.I also send my prays out to the other friends and
famielys of all the ones that we have lost .thay are our heros and always will
be remeber.may god bless each and everyone of us and our famielys.most of all
keep our troops safe....
To the families of the men and
women who have lost their lives, I will keep you in my prayers. As the wife of
a soldier, I pray for all of our military personnel regularly and you are
included in those prayers. May God hold your loved one in His arms and give you
strength as you carry on. The families of our soldiers are our Heroes on the
Homefront and you are the bravest of us all. May God ease your heartache and
may the many messages listed give you some comfort.
I personally know very little
about military service. But, I do know how lucky I am to live in a country
where people readily volunteer to serve in order to preserve my freedom as well
as others. I extend my heartfelt smypathy to the family and loved ones of those
fallen brave young men and women. I know to the core of my being that this has
not been in vain. I wish I could thank each one of them. And, I have been
recently thanking everyone I know that ever served during a war or conflict. I
thank them for preserving the very life that I live. God bless you and bring you
all who have served and continue to serve our country, thank you. I pray that
God would keep you safe and that you would lean on Him for support and
strength. To those who have lost loved ones, I am truly sorry for your losss.
I pray that God would give you peace as you turn to Him for support. To our
President, may God bless you for making the hard decisions and for standing up
for what's right when everyone else is against it. May our country unite behind
our leader, to support him through the good times AND the hard times. Most of
all, I thank God for the freedom we have to openly worship Him and the
opportunity He has given us to come back to Him as individuals and as a
country. God bless the USA.
I am sorry for the deep sadness that you must be feeling. The
only thing that I can say is that I am just one of MANY that want to express our
pride in our soldiers.You as family members and friends should be proud of
yourselves because you have influenced the lives of many by making your soldier
the great person that it takes to wear a uniform. I am the proud mother in law
of a soldier now in Iraq and my daughter and her one month old daughter are
anxiously waiting in Germany.I again want to express my sympathy for your loss
and Thank you for raising a soldier.
well may God rest your soul thank you for
fighting for my rights
SUN CITY, AZ
My heart just breaks for your loss. I wish there were words I
could find to tell you what is in my heart, but I want you to know though how
much I do appreciate your son's sacrifice and yours also. I have been praying
for our men and women fighting in the war. God bless you and your family. Thank
I know what it is like to lose a loved one. Thank you so much
for the courage and heroism that you gave to your country and to me. You are in
my thoughts and prayers.
I pray for your families. I thank you for your loved ones who
are no longer with you other than in your hearts. May God comfort and strengthen
you today, tomorrow and forever. God Bless you!
god bless you all
PEG S.. CHAMBERLAIN.
I SEND THIS MESSAGE TO ALL THAT
HAVE DIED DEFENDING THE U.S.A.
....TO ALL THE ONES STILL FIGHTING,AND LAST
BUT NOT FORGOTTEN EITHER.....TO ALL OF THOSE THAT HAVE LOST LOVED ONES OR HAVE A
PART OF YOUR HEART FAR FROM HOME
FIGHTING FOR THE HONOR & FREEDOM I AM
DAILY GRATEFUL FOR. GOD BLESS THEM ALL...
GOD BLESS AMERICA & GOD BLESS
& COMFORT YOU ALL!