In Honor of...


john
USA
THANK YOU JOIN FOR YOUR BRAVERY... sam

Lt James Graphy
Alabama
Thank you for all you did and for the wonderful father you were. God Bless... Emma

joe Campbell
usa
i miss you more than i can say! You deserve this heroes award

Alan H. Green
Massachusetts
Died in the line of duty May 9, 1972 We love and miss you.

Randall E. Unverrich
San Diego, California
We deeply appreciate your service to our Country1

Frederick McCarthy
Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
We deeply appreciate your service to our Country1

Eugene C. Unverrich
Three Lakes, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
We deeply appreciate your service to our Country1

George M. Barrows Sr
Binghamton,NY
He served in WWII, Korea, and Viet Nam. Still serving after 32 years in the Marine Corps League. His loving children

Roland
Michigan
My hero in so many ways!!!

Lee R. Baldridge
Houston, Texas
In Loving Memory!  We all miss you and will Love You Always!  Your 3 Children Mike, Carole and Rena

Ray Gerue
Kingman,AZ USA
he not only was a POW but a young man defending his country

Don Troxell
Coudersport, PA, USA
You're not only my hero, Don!!!!

Paul Hartl
Sister Bay, Wisconsin
Thank You for doing your part during WWII.

Irvin Louis Landry
Labadie,Louisiana. U.S.
I honor my Beloved Father,who served in WORLD WAR II.

Ed Guess
Valdosta, Ga. USA
You'll always be my hero Daddy. I love ya, Sandy

Jerry Surprenant
Wofford Heights, CA
What you did by serving our country in the time of peace is just as important as that of war

Paul Hartl
Sister Bay, Wisconsin
Thank You for doing your part during WWII.

Jerry Surprenant
Wofford Heights, CA
What you did fort our couintry during a time of peace is just as important as that in a time of war

RONALD LORENTZ THOMPSON
EAU CLAIRE, WISCONSON, USA
SERVED IN THE USA ARMY DURING THE VIET NAM WAR 1965-1966

Pvt.Michael Scott Sapp
Valdosta, Ga. USA
To my wonderful Marine. I am so very proud of you son. I pray that you and all your buddies will be safe as you serve your country. Love, Mama

Paul J. Hartl
Sister Bay, Wisconsin
THANK YOU FOR WHAT YOU DID DURING WWII IN THE ARMY.  BECAUSE OF YOU WE ARE STILL A FREE COUNTRY

Victor B.
Nacogdoches, TX USA
My dad served in WWII.  He was a fun-loving dad who died in July, 1996.  He told lots of "war stories" I wish now I'd had the foresight to write down.  He also told lots of stories about growing up, working at the sawmill with his brothers and sisters...again, wish I'd written them down.  Not a day goes by that I don't think of him and the impact he had on my life.   I just wish he were here so I could tell him again how much I loved him and how much he meant to me.

Lee R. Baldridge
Houston, Texas
From your Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren We miss you and Love you very much . Some of us never got to know you or meet you. We only know you from all the great stories we have been told. We will always Love you and someday we shall meet when we get to Heaven!

JERRY SURPRENANT
WOFFORD HEIGHTS, CALIFORNIA
WHAT YOU DID FOR THIS GREAT COUNTRY IN A TIME OF PEACE IS JUST AS IMPORTANT AS THOSE WHO SERVE IN A TIME OF WAR.   THANK YOU FOR SERVING IN THE NAVY.

James P. Briney
Rison ,ARKANSAS
MY dad serve 8 years in WW11 wounded twice discharged twice he kept joining  back up as long as the fighting was going on an that tells you the kind of man he was his loving family   we miss you

Thomas Saint
England
Fought in India and was captured and tortured.  Eventually died.

Dick Sims
Moses Lake,WA, USA
To my daddy who served our country in both World War II and Korean war

GRANT M. HEISLAR
TULSA, OKLAHOMA  USA
MY DAD, A PILOT DURNING WORLD WAR II,  I LOVE YOU, YOUR DAUGHTER, CHERYL

Campbell Goodwin
England
Fought in 1914-18 War and was gassed with mustard gas.  Suffered from lung problem thereafter.

Osmund Amundson
Ridgeland, WI USA
I'm proud to say that my dad served in the Korean War. He'll always be my hero.

MATTHEW BOTTICHIO
SEMINOLE, FLORIDA  PINELLIS
HE PUT HIS LIFE ON THE LINE FOR AMERICA, AS DID MANY. GOD BLEE HIM

Lee R. Baldridge
Houston,Texas
From all your Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren! Some of us never got to know or meet you. But when we get to Heaven we will all be a family again! We Love and miss you very much! Until we meet again! We Love and Miss You Very Much!!! Matt, Kennedy, Kristina, Brian, Kaila,Kaitlyn,Haily, and Erik

DONALD COOK
YOUNGSVILLE, NEW YORK  SULLIVAN COUNTY
MAY GOD BLESS THIS BROTHER OF MINE. HE FOUGHT TO KEEP US FREE. YOUR LOVING SISTER, LORRAINE

Cloyde McMullen
Shade Valley, Pa
Even though I never got to know you, thank you for your sacrifice Uncle Cloyde. You died so young back there in WW II, wish I'd had the opportunity to share my experiences during the Vietnam conflict with you. I see you in heaven someday, so please wait for me. Your Twin Sister's Son, Willard

Robert Rackley
Riverton, Utah, USA
I would like to pay tribute to a brother in law that served prpodly in the armed forces and then as a police officer for 29 years   He died 2 years ago and left behind a wife and daughter whom he never got to see.  He will be greatly missed by all who knew and Loved him   .   We miss you Robert !!    Love Kristin

PAUL HARTL
SISTER BAY, WISCONSIN
THANK YOU FOR MAKING OUR COUNTRY SAFE AND FREE DURING WWII

JERRY SURPRENANT
WOFFORD HEIGHTS, CA
WHAT YOU DID IN THE NAVY DURING PEACE IS JUST AS IMPORTANT!!!!!!

Lorentz Peter Thompson
Chippewa Falls, Wi.  USA
Served in the USA Navy , World War II & Korea.  We love and miss you, Margaret, Skip and Lynda

JERRY SURPRENANT
WOFFORD HEIGHTS, CA
WHAT YOU DID IN THE NAVY DURING PEACE IS JUST AS IMPORTANT!!!!!!

Leroy Hurst
Hot Springs Ar.
To my dear brother who served in the forces during the Korean War who is deceased now. I MISS YOU BRO.

Anthony Novak
Milwaukee,Wi.
I miss him dearly

John M Reynolds
Sarasota, Florida
U.S. Coast Guard (deceased) Served his Country with honor and pride and was a hero in this Daughter's eyes.......Thanks Dad.....and to all who have served to protect the people and preserve a great Nation!

Hugh McLaughlin
Bandera, TX
Thanks for your serice in the Air Force and the Navy - Dad would have been proud

John McLaughlin
Bismarck, ND
My Dad served with the Americal Division on Guadalcanal.  He survived although he was old enough to be the father of those with whom he served. Thanks DAD

"W." "N." Walker
Laurel, Mississippi,  U.S.A.
My beloved late husband, who served proudly in the U. S. Navy, in he Viet Nam War, who is desperately missed.

Jerry N. Lanier
Jacksonville,N.C. U.S.A.
Served two terms in Vietnam.

Msg. Ronald L. Reed
Dover,DE USA
Fought in the Viet Nam War in 1966/67

Jack Chunn
Greenville, MS & US
Thank You Dad For Making The World Safe For Us.

Joseph Elmer Mize
Tulsa, OK.  USA
Served in the USA Navy.  Was a wonderful man and dad.  We love and miss you and will be together in Heaven one day.  Jody, Mike, Teresa and Cheryl

Albert M. Chunn
Tuscalossa, AL, USA
Thank you Big Brother for helping keep our counrty safe

John H Worbington
Houston Texas Harrisr
We love you & thanks for fighting for our freedom.

LEONEL FERREIRA
NY,USA
MY LOVING BOYFRIEND FOR 1YR.AND 5 MONTHS...HE HAS ALWAYS BEEN THERE FOR ME..I LOVE YOU SO MUCH

All Who Gave ther e Lifes
USA
World War 1, World 11, Korean and Vietnam,GulfWar

STANLEY ANDREW JANUSZ
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
WW2 VETERAN .. HONORED WITH MANY MEDALS AND COMENDATIONS ... (BORN 1916 - DIED 1980)  I MISS YOU SO MUCH, IT HURTS ... YOUR DAUGHTER, LINDA ROSS-LINGLE; GRANDCHILDREN: JASON, KELLY AND ASHLEY ROSS

STANLEY ANDREW JANUSZ
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
WW2 VETERAN .. HONORED WITH MANY MEDALS AND COMENDATIONS ... (BORN 1916 - DIED 1980)  I MISS YOU SO MUCH, IT HURTS ... YOUR DAUGHTER, LINDA ROSS-LINGLE; GRANDCHILDREN: JASON, KELLY AND ASHLEY ROSS

Albert Clower
Grovetown,GA, USA
In Loving Memory to a SPECIAL PERSON

Gene French
Jacksonville,NC USA
To My Husband Gene.

Gene French
Jacksonville,NC USA
To My Husband Gene.

STANLEY ANDREW JANUSZ
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
WW2 VETERAN .. HONORED WITH MANY MEDALS AND COMENDATIONS ... (BORN 1916 - DIED 1980)  I MISS YOU SO MUCH, IT HURTS ... YOUR DAUGHTER, LINDA ROSS-LINGLE; GRANDCHILDREN: JASON, KELLY AND ASHLEY ROSS

Jim Allen
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Thank you Jim, for doing your time in Viet Nam and with the Coast Guard.  You ARE a HERO in every sense of the word!

DAVID E. BECK
BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA
MY BELOVED HUSBAND, ALTHOUGH VIET NAM WAS NOT A POPULAR  "CONFLICT' YOUR EFFORTS ARE NOT FORGOTTEN,GOD BLESS YOU  ALWAYS, YOUR BEEJ

CHARLES W. FERGUSON JR.
N.C. TEXAS MONG.
THANK YOU CHARLIE FOR HELPING TO KEEP US SAFE & FREE. YOU SISTER PAT

HAROLD HELBERG
BOWLING GREEN OHIO
MY DEAR FATHER,NOT ONLY FOR YOUR BRAVERY IN KOREA, BUT ALSO FOR THE MANY BATTLES YOU FOUGHT AT HOME, YOU ARE SADLY MISSED, yOUR DAUGHTER, BARBARA JUNE BECK

Copen Smith
Amarillo, TX
Copen was a student of mine in '93-'94.  When he graduated and joined the Marines, he left as a cocky teen out to conquer the world.  The Marines made him the fine, upstanding,  responsible,  young man he is today.  Copen has seen and done things he will never share with anyone, and has seen the destruction war causes.  It has made him a better person and one to be truly proud of.  Thank you, Copen, for putting your life on the line many times and fighting for something you believe.  You have made me and so many others proud of you.  Love, Melody Lee

Albert M. Clower
Grovetown, GA, USA
In Loving Memory....

MANLEY L BOSS
PALM CITY, FLORIDA
FOR VALOR ABOVE AND BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY, LEADER AND INSPIRATION TO HID BUDDIES AND TANK  CREW.

RICHARD "CHICK" HANSON
RENO,NV U.S.A.
THANK YOU DAD FOR BEING THERE FOR OUR COUNTRY IN VIETNAM. THAT WAS ONE OF THE WORST TIMES FOR ALL FAMILYS AND THERE RELATIONSHIPS. I LOVE YOU DAD AND HOPE YOU WILL ALWAYS KNOW THAT! LOVE YOUR DAUGHTER...KIM

Lawrence Schoenauer
Trenton, NE, USA
Thank you my sweet husband for teaching our children the importance of service to their country.  I am very proud of you.  Love, Tammy

Lawrence Schoenauer, Jr.
Clinton Township, MI, USA
Larry Jr. followed his Dad's footsteps and enlisted in the military.  I am very proud of the service my husband and son have given to their country.  Thank you both from the bottom of my heart.  Love you...Mom

Ernest J. Linsley Sr
West Haven, CT, USA
I miss you and love you. Thank you for everything,  Barbara

Valjean (V.C.) Neel
Amarillo, TX
My uncle,  who served in the Korean Conflict,  was one of the lucky ones who returned.  He led a good life, had a good family, and was an outstanding role model.  He was a true Christian, ready to meet his Maker, when he  succombed to cancer on December 31, 1995.  He taught us all to be loyal, and to love this great country.  He is missed tremendously by his family.

Sean Sullivan
Pocahontas, Ar. United States
Thank You Sean for the bravery and courage you have shown.

Ferris Emerson
Montague, Michigan. Muskegon Co.
Ferris is decesed, but we have some very fond memories of him. From his loving daughter Kelley

Brent McKown
Granbury, TX  USA
Though he has not founght in wars he is still our hero for serving his country and being willing to fight for all of us

Elmer A. StClair Jr
Philadelphia, Pa,  USA
Served his country twice.  Veteran of World War II and Korea.  Died 01/06/91   Down deep inside a patriot in the finest sense.  You loved others and this country enough to put it on the line twice.  Wish you could have been here to celebrate the anniversary of our victory.  Miss you.  Your kids-----Lou, Jane, Lin-------and of course, our Mom  Caroline;  Grand children and Great grand children ( we're all here because of you).

Vernon Simkins
Pocahontas, Ar. United States
Thank you Vernon for your bravery and courge to choose to fight for our country as your career choice I wish you well in all you do, God Bless You.  Love Aunt Joyce & Family

JASON HELBERG
CLINTON TWSP. MI.
FOR YOUR WILLINGNESS TO SERVE YOUR COUNTRY, YOU MADE US PROUD,LOVE AUNT BARB

Fred W.Sauer
NorthEastham,MA,USA
In Honor of ALL who have served the USA and especially our father Sgt.Fred W.Sauer during WWII   we thank-you for our freedom....Rick and Jane and families

DAVINA PERRY
DETROIT MI.
TO OUR DAUGHTER WHO IS CURRENTLY SERVING HER COUNTRY IN THE U.S.N. GOD BLESS YOU AND KEEP YOU SAFE, LOVE DADDY AND MA

To All Who Serve
USA
Thank you to all the men and women who have served our country and continue to do so. Thank you for all that you give that we may enjoy our freedom. God Bless You All!!

Ralph June Riggs
Fort Smith, Ar, US
United States Navy, during World War II

C.W.Snodgrass
Marion County FL USA
b 17 March 1933- d 18 December, 1998

HAROLD J. BRAZELL, (deceased)
St. Louis, Mo.  USA
My father...good man that he was..served in WWII in the US Navy as a gunner.  He was in many battles and was depended on making it safe on the ship and at home.  He had 2 ships blown out from under him and still did not get a scratch.  His brother Walter served aboard one of those ship with him and he had gotten burned badly.  But he too survived.  America owes all the WWII veterans many thanks for protecting our homeland and ensuring peace to all.  My father will always be honored by the ones closest to him.  But if it wasn't for his bravery and beliefs, I wouldn't be here today.  Thank you Dad, I miss you and you will never be forgotten for what you have done for the Country, when they needed you, you were there.  Thank you.  I love you Dad.                                 Your daughter,  Marilyn Brazell, USN(retired)

N.L Snodgrass Sr
Marion Co FL USA
8 December,1934--- 12 June, 1995  U.S.M.C.

Robert Gervais
Sevierville,Tn.Sevier
To my dad....You will always be my hero

PFC John T. Taylor
Winters, Ca. USA
My father served in WWII- and was killed Aug 9, 1945 in the Philiphine Islands.- he left a wife and 2 young daughter as well as many family members...

Ernest H. Hollingsworth, Jr.
Lynch, KY, USA
Thanks Dad for being brave in WWII, because of you and all the guys you fought with we still have freedom.

All the people that have served our country
All of the USA
For all the people that have served our country- some have returned home, some have not and some are still missing.... we again want to thank all of you

A.B. Martin
Gary. IN
Congratulations for all your efforts and time spent in Viet Nam!

David Phillips
Meadville,Pa.U.S.A.
You are the best that you can be!! Love from Barb & family!!

Dave Phillips
Meadville,Pa U.S.A.
Viet Nam You were the best you could be.We are proud!! Love,Barb & Kids

Michael,Adam,,Steven Bozek
Hamburg,N.Y.
May God remenber all you  have done in serving your country bravey!

Robert E. Thornton
Vado, N.M., USA
25 years, U.S. Army, Gemany, Viet-Nam Turkey.

robert l. turrell, jr
arcadia, ca usa
my son for serving his country for almost 20 years now and all those that serve

Otto Richardt
West Chicago Il USA
He died for our country to make us free.

Dean C. Thornton
Wapello, Ia. USA
578 Signal Depot,U.S.Army, WW11,Germany

J.D. Knight
St. Louis. Mo.
He will always be in my heart!!  Loving Daughter

Chris Crowell
New Port Richey, Fl USA
To my son he is my hero. Served his country proudly and Thank You God for bring him home to me. Love, Mom

Dennis Brooks
St. Louis, Mo
Your my hero, Thank you !!!  Loving wife

Donald Cowan,Sr
Medford,Ma. USA
Served in the Navy in WW2. Has been deceased now 25years but we still miss him. He left behind a wife and nine beatiful children. Thanks  for serving your country.

Casey Cummings(deceased)
San Antonio,Tx
To My Dad Thanks for being my hero. We miss you

Dennis Brooks
St. Louis, Mo
Your my hero!  Thank You!  Loving wife

James Cowan
Reading,Ma. USA
Thank you James for giving 4 years of your life to the USAF. We are all very proud of you. Your Mom

Denis A. Bisson
Hudson, Fl.
My Dad, Thanks for protecting our country during WW2.  Love, Paula

W.J. Hodge
N. Augusta, SC
U.S. Navy WW2

andrew tellone
shelton,ct, usa
served in the us navy aboard the 'USS NIMITZ"  gulf war veteran.. thanks son

Virgil Rochester
Calif.
Uncle Virgil served in the US Navy in WW2 and then the US Airforce until retirement.

Paul Noga Jr
McAdoo PA
You gave so much and never complained. We love and miss you.

MaJ. karl A. Hirlinger
Ottumwa.Iowa
Thanks , Karl you have always been my hero  and always will be . WW2  vet. your bro. Chris

CPO Thomas A. Richards III
N. Royalton, Ohio, USA
You were a hero in more ways than one.  We all love you and miss you.  Patti

T/Sgt. Derrick M. Morin
New Port Richey, Florida  U. S. A.
Currently serving our Country in The United States Air Force.  Thank you for protecting our freedom and may God bless you and keep you safe.  Love Mom  and  Dad

Art Stringham
Arizna
Thanks Art , A job well done , enjoy your day, some of us do care, your friend C.C.

Donald Morin
New Port Richey, Florida
United States Army.  1957  through  1960.   Love, from your wife, Carol

Donald Morin
New Port Richey, Florida
United States Army.  1957  through  1960.   Love, from your wife, Carol

Orrie W. Cross(deceased)
Cherry Tree, PA
Dad served in Europe and in Africa in WWII

William Shortencarrier
Barnesboro. PA
My stepdad served in the Pacific in WWII in the Army Air Corps

Robert Wheatly
Millville, NJ
Uncle Bob served in the Pacific in WWII in the U.S. Navy

Leo W. Campbell
San Diego, California
20 Year Marine - My father served proudly -- He is MY Hero - Debi Rice

marion lynn
augusta,georgia
my father served in world war II, korean war and vietnam..

Walter Theophilus Werner, Jr.
Helena, OK, USA
World War 11

Mr, Arthur Stringham
Bowie Arizona
thanks for your effort in keeping the U.S.A.the free and wonderful  country that it is , you are not forgotten. your friend C.C.

Cheri' King
Marysville,WA USA
She is my daughter and a very brave soldier.

ELDON L. HARWOOD
QUINCY, IL  USA
FOUGHT IN THE KOREAN WAR  1950 TO 1954

Steve W. King
Marysville, WA  USA
he kicked butt with a tank and brave enough to marry my daughter Cheri' King.  May they live a long and productive life.  Dad.

John H. Worbington (deceased)
Houston, Texas...U.S.A.
A real highly decorated hero who lost his life because of agent orange. We love you John.  S. Carrell

Sal Termine
Fallbrook, Calif.
Dear Sal,  I admire you for your strength to continue living one day at a time when so many survivors from the vietnam war have given up.  Some day your Kidney will come, and someday maybe the pain will go away from the leg you wear each day, and may be the pain will also go away  from where your other foot used to be.  You are an inspiration to more people than you could ever imagine.  Hang in there Sal.   I love you forever one day at a time,   love Pat

John H. Worbington (deceased)
Houston, Texas U.S.A.
John was my brother in-law. He was a highly decorated soldier in the United States Army. He lost his life after the Vietnam War from agent orange. Thanks John, for being the real hero. I love you. S. Carrell

Leslie S. Holcomb
Windham, NY, USA
FOR SERVING IN WORLD WAR II

Archibald Ira Koester
Alderwood Manor, WA  USA
Navy 1936 to 1958.  WW2, (Honolulu 12-08-1941) Korean War.  18 years at sea.  Very good father and husband.  May he rest in peace.  Died 11-10-96.

Ronald E. Ferguson
New Caney, Texas U.S.A.
Thanks to my oldest brother for his willingness to serve our great country. I have never told you but you are my hero. Thanks, your sister Sandra

Sgt. Roy C. Peters Sr.
Shenandoah,Iowa
To my father who server his country proud in WW2. Pass aways Jan. 1987 at the age of 72. Also to all my family and friend who sever their country. They are all my heros and some are gone like Uncle Harve who serve 30yrs in the US Air Force. but they might be gone but they are never forgotten.

Charles W. Ferguson Jr.
New Caney, Texas U.S.A.
To my brother, Charlie........I never told you as a child but you were my hero then and you are my hero now. Thanks for serving our country. I love you, Sandra

Lt. Gen. D'Wayne Gray, USMC (retired)
Falls Church, VA  USA
For everytime you volunteered to go to Viet Nam, for everything you did to keep my sons, your nephews from having to go to war, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.  You have been a hero to me all my life.  I love you very much.        Your niece, Linda

Raymond P. Toczek
Chicago, Ill  USA
You are My Hero!  I don't think I have ever told you how proud I am of you working with the Veterans at the hospital and being Commander of your American Legion Post # 183 and helping the Veterans there!  Not to mention you are my best friend and I love you. Love Schatzi

Nick Voykovich
Seattle,Wa.USA
Your spirit and heart remain alive  on this earth every living day with all of us

Orval P. Sweitzer
Cooperstown,Pa. USA
Thanks dad for serving in WWII.

Michael B.Hagie
Elk Park, N.C. United States
To my husband who fought in Viet Nam,  and was wounded. I want him to know how very proud his son and I  are of him. We love you with all our hearts. Your Loving Wife- Ann

William C. Williams
Four Oaks, NC  USA
Thanks for serving in the Gulf War. I am proud of you. Love, Mary

Howard P. Sweitzer
Titusville,Pa. USA
Thanks brother for your service in Vietnam. Love, Mary

DAVINA PERRY
DETROIT MI.
TO OUR DAUGHTER WHO IS CURRENTLY SERVING IN THE U.S.N. GOD BLESS YOU AND KEEP YOU SAFE, LOVE DADDY AND MA

Bernard L. Mynes
Detroit, Michigan
For my brother, who fought in Viet Nam. I just want you to know ,how very proud of you I am. I love you very much. Your Sister. Ann

Bernard L.Mynes
Detroit,Michigan U.S.A.
Leon, I just wanted to let you know how very proud I am of you. You done your job and you done it well. I love you. Your Sister.  Ann

Dennis Fletcher
Independence, Missouri
I love you Baby!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ALL VETERANS
EVERYWHERE
THANKS TO ALL OF YOU FOR MY FREEDOM

Gary L. Gordon
Silvis, Illinois, USA
Gary was my husband for 28yrs.  He served his country during the Korean Conflict in the US Navy.   He has now left this world as we know it.,  But he will never be forgotten by anyone that knew this great man.  We miss you Gary, very much!!!!  Love, your loving wife Connie, and your sons, Geoffrey Scot and Corey Linn        hi

Jim Boddie
USA
Through all the wars, military hardships, he always found time for his family

RONALD E. FERGUSON
N.C. TEXAS MONG.
THANK YOU EDDIE FOR HELPING TO KEEP US SAFE & FREE. YOUR SISTER  PAT

Chester Palmer
Purvis, Mississippi
My hero is my uncle Chester Palmer. Served in the USAF. After serving full time, and completing his time, He was flying home in his jet and was shot down by the enemy. I honor him today. The small town of Purvis has erected a monument in decitation to the men who lost their life in serving the great UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!   Danny Palmer

Sp/4 Dennis Brooks
St. Louis
Born 1-10-53 U.S.Army,,Heavy Artillery,, M.P. Dog Handler,, served Korea 1973-1975 Honorable Discharge,, My hero was my Dog "RIO" for saving my life..

William Roy Johnson (Bill)
Englewood,Tenn.USA
TO MY VERY BRAVE HUSBAND THAT WAS ONE OF THE LUCKY ONE'S TO SURVIVE THE VIETNAM WAR .. A WAR WITH NO ENDING .YOU ARE MY LIFE ,MY LOVE ,MY HERO .. LOVE PAULETTA

Jesse L. Gourley Sr.
Jasper, Mo. USA
We thank you for keeping all of us safe.

Oliver V. Clark
Spokane, Washington
I am very proud of my dad for what he did for are country, and all of us. just want to say thank you dad for being you love alway Dolly

Oliver V. Clark
Spokane, Washington
I am very proud of my dad for what he did for are country, and all of us. just want to say thank you dad for being you love alway Dolly

PAUL DENTON DEATHERAGE (SLICK) DECEASED
ENGLEWOOD,TENN.USA
MY DAD WAS A WWII VET. HE HAS BEEN DECEASED FOR 20 YEARS BUT NOT FORGOTTEN ..YOUR DAUGHTER PAULETTA

1Lt.Glen A. MacDonald
Plainville,CT.previously from Manch. Ct.
Glen,We are so very proud of you, for your bravery in the Gulf War!  It was such a scary time for all Mom's and Dad, knowing that their child was in harms way. We love you honey for the strong hardworking man that you have become!   Love ya, Mom and Dad                                                                          

Alvin W. Ward
Seymour, Tn. United States
To one of the most wonderful and brave men that I know.

Pat
Brookline, NY
Navy Seal

to each and every one no matter his or her name
any city, every state, our beloved country
no matter what their name man or woman to me your name is HERO.

R. G. Risor
Many,Louisiana USA
A real man in every area of his life. He loved God his country and his family.

Henry J Doster
Buffalo NY
We miss and love you sonny Killed March 5th 1965 Vietnam.

Richard F Scott
Grennsboro,N C USA
U S AIRFORCE 14 years 3 months

Tony Micheal Scott
Oroville Ca USA
U S MARINES  US NAVY total of 14 yrs

Gaylord Coen Thompson
Macksville, Kansas
Gaylord was my father and was killed in WWII flying the hump in the Indo-Burma-China Theater.  They were only to have flown eight missions over the hump and my father had completed his final mission just days before his death.  On the day he flew that extra mission, he did so becuase the man that was to have been on that flight got scared and drunk and did not show up for the mission.  My father went in his place....thus, changing history for me forever. He was killed in February, 1945, when I was six months old.  He never saw me.  He did ask his best friend that if he did not  come back from the war, to help take care of me.  That wonderful person married my mother and adopted me.  Thus my step-father and for my courageous birth father are my forever heros.

Ricky Rae Scott
Lincoln,Neb USA
U S AIRFORCE

Russell Sonak
Beckley, WV, USA
I never knew you but as a proud member of your family, I honor you for your bravery and wish I could have met you.

James B.Petitte
Johnson City, NY
Of the Korea era and is now deceased. My good friend and was like a brother

Ron Hubbard
Winterset, Ia.
For over 20 years in law enforcement. Teaching, protecting, and caring for the people in your community. Especially for the children through the D.A.R.E. program and just listening to them when they needed someone they could trust. You are my hero for being so real with all that you have done and still do. Thanks, Ron. Best wishes to you in your retirement. Always your friend. Cathy

Frederick (Mac) McCarthy
Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
Mac, the greatest and finest of the unsung heroes of Company D 41st Tank Bn. 11th Armored Division Combat Command B 3rd Army WW II.  May your descendants, as the years go by, never forget . 

Richard James Widmer
Temperance, MI
For my brother,who lost his life in Viet Nam and is missed by all.  Thank You and all Vets for saving our country.    Your Family and Freinds      

Maj. John W. Barry (ret)
Pittsburgh, Pa. USA
On this and all Veterans Days, I thank you my dear husband for you courage and bravery while serving in Korea and again for 2 tours in Viet Nam flying "hueys".  I am proud of your 20 years of service in the United States Army.  Your are an honorable man and truly my hero.  Love, Vikki

John Wylie Potts
Fort Mill, SC
In memory of my cousin who was killed in Nam.  You were a warrior and will always be missed.

John Wylie Potts
Fort Mill, SC
In memory of my cousin who was killed in Nam.  You were a warrior and will always be missed.

James Paul Ready
Headland,AL. USA
Although I never got the chance to meet my father-in-law, I have heard many stories about him. He passed away before I ever got the chance to meet him but not due to the wars, he did serve in WW2, Korean War and Vietnam. I would just like to Thank him as I know he is looking down on us and tell him what a lovely granddaughter he has.

THOMAS J. COFFMAN
LUBBOCK, TX. USA
THANKS

Harry R. "THe Kid" Kernan
New Martinsville, WV  USA
You are the hero of our family for serving in Viet Nam,  Mar. 65-66 ,120th Aviation Co.  Razorbacks.  The world's best husband , father and Pappy K.  I love you.  Linda

ALL WHO SERVE
AMERICA
MAY ALL THE MEN THAT HAVE SERVED AND ARE STILL SERVING BE PROUD THAT THEY ARE SERVING  THE GREATEST NATION IN THE WORLD. FEEL PROUD THAT YOU ARE FREE AND WHAT YOU HAVE DONE IN THE PAST AND IN THE FUTURE OUR COUNTRY WILL ALWAYS KNOW YOU MADE THIS GOOD OLD USA FREE AND YOU CAN BE PROUD TO HAVE HELPED MAKE IT FREE FOR ALL OF US.  I THANK YOU AND SO DOES ALL AMERICA.

E.Neil Self
Birmingham,Al.USA
My Husband, My Hero

Phill Carner
Blytheville,Ar USA
Much thanks to my brother for serving in Vietnam. Love,Ellen

Eddie Carner
Blytheville, Ar. USA
Thanks to my little brother for going to Vietnam. Love, Ellen

Roy Lee Rhodes
Many, La.
My Dad served in WW 2.  Dad, was the proudes American anyone could have ever meet.  Dad's pride made me feel as if I should serve my country as he did.  Daddy was not afaird of amything,  I do mean not anything.  He is gone now, but behind him he leaves a family full of love for him, and a country we all can enjoy and be proud to call home.

Matt Giannetto
Greene, NY, USA
You are the greatest man ever

Michael W. Stokes
Berryville, VA USA
Thanks, Mike, for doing your part during the Vietnam War.   Even though you never were in Vitenam, your service with the Navy helped the soldiers there.  I am grateful to you, and I love you.   Bonnie

Rosa Mae Rhodes
Augusta, Ga.
Mother was made a widow at a very young age due to world war 2.  She keep he head high because her husband had made the greatest sacrifice.  She lost a husband and father defending our country.  Later Mother remarried and this husband also defended our country.  We have just lost our mother and this country lost a true American.  Mother displayed strenght that can not be explained by me.  She was such an roll model for all of her children. Thank you mom for being you an being so giving until the very last minute.

FRANK TURCHIOE, SR.
BRONX, N.Y.
my dad is very proud to have served in the air force during world world 2 and to be a part of the reason there is freedom abounding in our great land

Lt.Colin P Kelly USN
USA
My personal hero from WW-2 He flew his crippled aircraft into a Japanese Ship

Lawrence Schoenauer Jr
Royal Oak MI
My son that followed in my footsteps to join the military and help keep our nation safe.Love Dad

alton fred miller
boone nc u.s
Thank you for all you have done for our country.

ALL WHO SERVED TO SO THAT WE MAY BE FREE
U S A
GONE, BUR NEVER FORGOTTEN!

Bill Klop
Det.  Mich. USA
Served in Vietnam  at a very young age of 17. Thank you for protecting us my husband.

FOR ALL THE VETERANS
U S A
THANK YOU, FROM ONE WHO WAS NOT ABLE TO SERVE.  YOUR SUPREME SACRIFICE WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED.  KNOW THAT YOU HAVE DONE A JOB AND WELL!!!

Richard Ricci
Watertown, Ma.
Thank you for letting us sleep in peace. Korean War Veteran. Lovinly your wife Lois

To those of the USS Cole
USA
REMEMBER THE USS COLE

Edward Sawyer
Cambridge, Ma.
United States Air Force, during peace time. Gave us all peace of mind. Thank you Love your sister Lois

Thomas Sawyer
Cambridge, Ma.
United States Air Force, stationed in England, for 12 years. Gave us all peace of mind. Thank you Love your sister Lois

Pamela (Kenney), DeCoste
Northfield, N.H.
United States Coast Guard, Thanks for protecting out shores. Love Mother.

Barry Dussault
Billerica, Ma.
U.S. Army, Viet Nam Veteran. Thanks for everything. Love your sister-in-law Lois

To those of the USS Cole
USA
REMEMBER THE USS COLE “WE, who remain to carry on, should not think of our Shipmates as departed from us, but rather as being transferred to a celestial ship or station, Where we hope all of us will be shipmates again.

Carl L. Sawyer
Medford, Ma.
U.S. Marines , fought in WWII came home safe made us secure, you daughter, Lois

J.B. Rains Jr.
Comanche, Tx. USA
My Husband, my lover, my friend, and the love of my life... passed four years ago from a terminal illness caused by conditions during the Viet Nam War.  I miss him terribly...

Christopher Ricci
Humarock , Ma.
U.S. Navy patrolled Mid East. Thanks Love Lois

Johnny Gurgon
Blairsville, PA USA
Missing in action but forever present in memories.

Gary P. Brandenburg Sr.
West Terre Haute, IN  USA
Thank You

C.P. Reuter
New Jersey  USA
A 20 year man. I'm proud to be his daughter.

Dean A. Young
Goode, VA
Thanks Dean for being my friend but for especially serving our country in Vietnam.  We are very forever grateful for your willingness to serve and risk all in the United States Marine Corp.  Go MightyJoe !

Robert Hunt
Ocean P ark WA.
HE IS A HERO, STILL A HERO, AND ALWAYS WILL BE A HERO, GOD BLESS  YOU DAD REST IN PEACE YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN!!

Henry T. Craig
No. Carolina  USA  (Deceased)
This man was my father til he died. He served our country long and well. He will always be remembered.

Lt. William Johnson
Benton, Ill
Died in the Battle of the Bulge

Steve Collier
Houston, TX  , USA
good man, good brother

Ronnie Deatherage
Pasadena, TX  USA
Fought in the Vietnam war and made the ultimate sacrifice of losing his brother Dennis' life on that soil.

Jim Piotrowski
Burr Ridge, Illinios,U.S.A
1968 299th Cbt Eng btln 18th Engs Dak To South VietNam Central Highlands Viet Nam

Henry T. Craig
No. Carolina  USA
He fought in Korea and WW2. He was my hero . When he died, S/sgt C.P. Reuter took over. I'm fortunate to have had TWO DADS that served their/our country. I'm proud of them both. And I love them equally.

Doris R. Brown
Alamo, TN, USA
My daddy has served his country well and is a wonderful man, Christian, & father!

Paul Yoachim
PA, USA
Thanks for doing us proud in Vietnam, Paul.  We know you're still paying the price.  Good luck with everything.  Love, Jim and Kathy

Howard County Vietnam Veterans
Howard County, IIndiana,U.S.A
Welcome Home From the Cicero/ Berwyn Chapter of Viet Now

Louis H. Weil
Cincinnati, OH
Thank YOU for what you did for our country!!  God Bless

Julious P Bryan
Greenville, NC USA
WWII Veteran and loved grandfather

Howard County Vietnam Veterans
Greentown Indiania USA
Welcome Home From Berwyn/Cicero Viet Now

To All Vets
All Over The Country
Thank You To Everyone For Their Courage And Bravery For Putting Their Lives On The Line For The USA! We Are Very Thankful To All Of You! We will Never Let Anyone Forget What You All Did For Both Your Country And Our Country!!! We Will Never Let Our Children Forget Either!!!! Our Love To You All!!!!!!!!!

Donald Schnitzlein Sr.
Mass.
Korea 55-56

Ssgt. Charles P. Reuter
Newark, NJ
My father retired after 23 years in the USAF.   Partly because of his example ( and my mom's of course) I am the person I am today.  He taught me to work hard, love life and to love and respect my country and all people.   He is truly my hero!!    Daddy,  I love you!!

Joe Lester Miller
Havana, Arkansas
IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY HERO, MY DAD.  HE WAS THE BEST OF THE BEST!! FOR ADOPTING ME WHEN THERE WAS NO OTHER AND BEING THERE TO PICK ME UP WHEN I FELL.  I WILL ALWAYS CHERISH THE MEMORIES FOREVER AND EVER.  NANCY

SSgt. (Ret) Charles P. Reuter
Newark, NJ
My dad retired after 23 years in the USAF.  Because of his example (and my mom's of course) I am the person I am today.  He taught me to work hard, love life and have respect for my country and all people.  He is truly my hero!!  Daddy, I love you!!

Charles K.Kreisler (Deceased)
Sedalia ,Mo  Pettis
He service twicw in VIetnam and in Korea and i am very proud to be his daughter.He died 3 yrs ago from cancer .He is miss very much and i love him adn he is my Hero forever.

Ronnie Darrell Doak
Havana,  Arkansas
To my Hero, my husband for protecting our country during your years in service and for protecting your family!  You are the wind beneath my wings!  I LOVE YOU, NANCY

ROBERTO R VEGA
EL PASO, TEXAS
VIETNAM VETERAN AND FATHER OF TWELVE

Kenneth W. Doak
Clarksville, Arkansas
YOU ARE MY HERO AND MY BROTHER! THANKS FOR ALL YOU HAVE DONE!  Ron

Charles P.Reuter
N.J. USA
To my Hero My father-n-law who I Love and admire who serve in the Air Force to protect our country.I am pround to be his daughter-n-law.I Love You Dad.

Robert Harriman
Somerset, Pa USA
Served in Viet Nam - the forgotten soldier!!!   Thank you Robert 

Robert Harriman
Somerset, Pa USA
Served in Viet Nam - the forgotten soldier!!!   Thank you Robert 

Doug Kurpjuweit
St Louis, Mo  USA
Thank you Doug, for all your years of service !!

Charles P. Reuter
New Jersey, USA
This Man served in in the USAF for 20+ years.  He served His country with Pride and diginity. He took on a ready made family and provided all with Love and compasion. understanding caring and the desire to perform all with with the same courage it took to serve his country. where others may have failed he continues to succeed. Father you do indeed bring out the best in us all. Thanks for the caring!

Don
Altus, Oklahoma, USA
thanks for serving our Country

Marion Sprinkle
Fillmore IN, USA
He was the greatest man that ever lived, and i'm glad i had the time i had with him. and i will forever miss him

Wayne Sprinkle
Norfolk VA
He served for many years in peace time and passed away in 1989, i will forever miss and love him, and i thank the world that he would have laid down his life to make sure that we all stayed free. Thank you Lord for giving us this great man, even though the time we had with him was way to short, Tina and Family

CWO2Vernard J. Small
Akron,Ia.USA
CWO2 Vernard J. Small USMC from Jan. 12,1953-July 31, 1965 You are in our hearts every day, we miss and love you so. Thank you for supporting us, and the insurance benefits, that we have until our death. You gave the ultimate your life to keep us safe, our life has never been the same since loosing you. You served your country and the Marine Corp. you believed in why you were in Viet Nam. Your wife, Claudia Small and sons Mark and Robert Small.still have 

Len Hull
Hagerstown,MD
Thank You!

Jezzie Tyler
Tennesee
Thank You!

Al Weber
Glassboro, N.J. & Lake in the Hills, Il, U.S.A.
To my husband, my friend, the father of our children, the grandfather of our grandchildren, a real man among men, who served bravely and unselfishly in Viet Nam--God truly blessed us with you.

Bob Herrick
Santa Maria, CA USA
Vietnam

Shelby B. McGregor
Mason, Ohio  USA
To my Father who was in W. W. 2 Thank you for serving in the Army and for being the man who you became after you got back home I Love You .    Your Daughter Sharon 

Carlton H. McGregor
Mason, Ohio   USA 
Thank You Brother for your help in Korea and all the help you have given since. Your Sister Sharon

Carlos Acosta
Kissimmee, Fl.
Thank you Sgt. Acosta for the 28 years you gave your country and to us for our freedom

Master Sgt. Johnny Morales
Melbourne, Fl.
Thank you Johnny for all you have done for us and our country.  I love you - Mili

Bernard Head
Calif
Received purple heart at Tarawa  WWII

Eddie Morales
USA
Thank you Eddie, it takes real men like you to have a great country , I will always love you, Mili

Eduardo Arreche
Puerto Rico
Thank you Daddy.  I think of you every day - Love Mili

Eddie Morlaes
NYC - USA
We miss you - We will always love you - Wish you were here = Mili

Adrain Pagan
Ft. Buchanan
Adrian, thank you the years you have served our country and "still" serving.  I ove you Mili

Vernard Head
California
Vernard Head, twin brother of Bernard Head, won congressional medal of honor for bringing plane & crew home from Attu, Alaska during WWII. Army Air Corps. Twin brother won purple heart in Tarawa. Was a Marine.

Vernard Head
California
Vernard Head, twin brother of Bernard Head, won congressional medal of honor for bringing plane & crew home from Attu, Alaska during WWII. Army Air Corps. Twin brother won purple heart in Tarawa. Was a Marine.

Vernard Head
California
Vernard Head, twin brother of Bernard Head, won congressional medal of honor for bringing plane & crew home from Attu, Alaska during WWII. Army Air Corps. Twin brother won purple heart in Tarawa. Was a Marine.

Vernard Head
California
Vernard Head, twin brother of Bernard Head, won congressional medal of honor for bringing plane & crew home from Attu, Alaska during WWII. Army Air Corps. Twin brother won purple heart in Tarawa. Was a Marine.

Vernard Head
California
Vernard Head, twin brother of Bernard Head, won congressional medal of honor for bringing plane & crew home from Attu, Alaska during WWII. Army Air Corps. Twin brother won purple heart in Tarawa. Was a Marine.

Vernard Head
California
Vernard Head, twin brother of Bernard Head, won congressional medal of honor for bringing plane & crew home from Attu, Alaska during WWII. Army Air Corps. Twin brother won purple heart in Tarawa. Was a Marine.

Vernard Head
California
Vernard Head, twin brother of Bernard Head, won congressional medal of honor for bringing plane & crew home from Attu, Alaska during WWII. Army Air Corps. Twin brother won purple heart in Tarawa. Was a Marine.

Vernard Head
California
Vernard Head, twin brother of Bernard Head, won congressional medal of honor for bringing plane & crew home from Attu, Alaska during WWII. Army Air Corps. Twin brother won purple heart in Tarawa. Was a Marine.

Vernard Head
California
Vernard Head, twin brother of Bernard Head, won congressional medal of honor for bringing plane & crew home from Attu, Alaska during WWII. Army Air Corps. Twin brother won purple heart in Tarawa. Was a Marine.

Sgt. Carlos Acosta
Puerto Rico
Carlos - Today you finally retire after 28 years -  I have always been proud of you - I love yo - MIli.

Angel Beltran
Poinciana, Fl.
Angel - the Navy could use more men like you.  thank you for the years you gave your country to preserve our freedom - We love you, Lynn, Angelika, Carlos, Mami

Eddie Arreche and Juan Pere
USA
For my Two brothers who served with courage, we all than kyou.  I will always love you both - Mili

Sgt. Wilfredo Rivera
Florida
Thanks Willie, you gave us all many years.  We will always need more men like you - I love you Mili

John Patricelli
Brockway,Pa. United States
God Bless!!!

John Patricelli
Brockway,Pa. United States
God Bless!!!

Robert C. Joy
Concord, Ca, USA
Served in Pacific in WWII in USMC

George J. Stanfill
Concord, Ca, USA
Served in USArmy in Germany, 3yrs, then 17 yrs., in USNavy.  I'm so proud of the man he is today, faithful and true, with great integrity.

chris brown, USN
Gulfport, Mississippi
to my brother, you spent many a year giving of your self and had a blast while doing it. I know you did !

RAWLEIGH TEER
STAR CITY, AR. USA
YOU WERE A SPECIAL MAN WHO I HAD FOR SUCH A SHORT TIME. YOU GAVE OF YOURSELF AND NEVER ASKED FOR ANYTHING IN RETURN. YOU GAVE TO YOUR COUNTRY AS YOU GAVE TO YOUR FAMILY. FATHER-IN-LAW YOU ARE VERY DEEPLY MISSED.

GARLAND. O. HAUSCHILD
WHAT CHEER, IOWA  USA
A LOVING GRANDFATHER TO MANY. I ENJOYED YOUR FEW STORIED THAT YOU DID TELL.  YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. YOU GAVE A LOT TO US AND YOUR COUNTRY. WE LOVE AND MISS YOU.

SSGT CHAD DEAL
HICKORY, NC  USA
we are proud of you Chad and we love you      love Ken & Laila

Billy M. Robinson
Newport News, VA
Robbie was among the best of the vets! He fought in Pearl Harbor in WWII and his ship was sunk. They miraculously survived after hiding in the cane fields until rescue arrived. He was then sent to the Coral Sea and, again, the ship sank and he was a lucky survivor! He also fought in the Korean War. Robbie died on 9/9/99 a proud veteran of the USA!!

Jesse W. Cavin
Crosby ,Ms,USA
He was wounded and lost  an eye fighting for our freedom.

JOSEPH A. ROBINSON
California
My Dad joined the Merchant Marines when he was only 15 because he wanted to do his part in World War II.  It wasn't until many years later that the Merchant Marines were recognized as Veterans.   He was able to join VFW, but was too old to partake of any veteran benefits by the time he was recognized.  The only thing he got to take advantage of was his right to be buried in a Veteran's Cemetery. I lost my hero, My Dad, on Sept 21, 2000.

all the names on the vietnam wall
anywhere usa
To the the men and women who layed their lives on the line for us to be free

John Dodd
Long Island New York, USA
Brother, you are my Hero. Veitnam

Larry Pyles
Palmetto, Fl.
Thanks, Honey, for your contribution.  I love you!

WILLIS LOVAR ROZIER
SPARTANBURG, SC
SERVED US FOR 23 YEARS ARMY RETIRED...... BEST DAD, IN LOVING MEMORY

Aubery Ferrell
Hewett Wv
A good soilder and a great father.

Richard Ira Constant
Ellenville, New York,USA
Thanking You for doing your duty when you were called. The United States Navy during Vietnam. I'm pround of my Sailor.

Charles B.Skeens
Accord, New York, USA
My Dad (deceased) for all his Bravery in WWII USArmy . You Are Missed. Love,Your Family

Dean C. Thornton
Davenport, Ia., USA
He served during WW2 in England, France and Germany. He was injured during the Battle of the Bulge, He was in the 578th Signal Corps, and served with honor. His loving family.

Luther Ross
Wilmington, Delaware US
I would like to pay a tribute to my uncle who I never meant because he was killed in the Vietnam War before I was born.  I appreciate you fighting for our country, for Americans every where but most of all for your family.  Thank you Uncle for giving your life for us.

Roger Allen Ackley
Youngstown, Ohio
You served and served and served again.  The scars are deep and you still feel the pain.  You fulfilled your duty to your country whether right or wrong.  God will take care of the rest when the time comes. - Your loving wife.

Ken Perrone
Las Cruces, NM, USA
Thank you, my darling, for keeping us free.

RICHARD WORLEY
SPARTANBURG,  SC
THANKS FOR SERVING OUR COUNTRY..... YOU ARE APPRECIATED

JIM DANIEL
SPARTANBURG,  SC
THANKS FOR SERVING OUR COUNTRY..... YOU ARE APPRECIATED

J D POWELL
SPARTANBURG,  SC
THANKS FOR SERVING OUR COUNTRY..... YOU ARE APPRECIATED

JIM DANIEL
SPARTANBURG,  SC
THANKS FOR SERVING OUR COUNTRY FOR 23 PLUS YEARS..... YOU ARE APPRECIATED

J D POWELL
SPARTANBURG,  SC
THANKS FOR SERVING OUR COUNTRY.    YOU ARE APPRECIATED

RB BRIDGES
COLUMBIA,  SC
THANKS FOR SERVING 23 PLUS YEARS...... YOU ARE APPRECIATED

RB BRIDGES
COLUMBIA,  SC
THANKS FOR SERVING 23 PLUS YEARS.... I LOVE YOU, (YOUR NIECE) AC

Larry A Mullett
Huntington, WV USA
Thank you for being there for us all

Deborah K. Craig
Sedalia, Mo. Pettis
To my Heroine. My wife Debbie. It is with great pleasure that I honor you for with out you in my life I would not have been able to accomplish the things I have done. For without you devotion to me and your scarafices for the family I could not have served so long with pride. you have always been there for me with Love and understanding. You gave so much you raised 3 wonderful children while I was away , I LOVED you then and I LOVE YOU NOW . Your courage and devotion to me throughout my career is equal to any that has given thier life for this country . GOD bless and Keep you safe  Your loving Husband Henry

Bill Stroud
Orlando, Florida
For my big brother Bill.  Thanks for your honorable service, and for the two tours you completed in Viet Nam.  At a very young age you taught me patriotism, love of country and were a major influence on my choice to complete a military career of my own.

Bill Stroud
Orlando, Florida
For my big brother Bill.  Thanks for your honorable service, and for the two tours you completed in Viet Nam.  At a very young age you taught me patriotism, love of country and were a major influence on my choice to complete a military career of my own.  John W. Stroud, MSgt, USAF (ret)  Veterans of Foreign Wars, Department of Nevada, District 6 Commander

Preston Wray Lehman
Horicon, Wi  USA
I love you dad and miss greatly, your my hero  love Lillie

Francis L. Legrand, Sr.
Augusta, GA
Proudly served in World War II.

Robert S. Burnett, Sr.
Augusta, GA
Proudly served in the U.S. Army and faught in Vietnam.

Lloyd Vincent Lehman
Horicon, Wis. USA
I love you daddy and thank you  for all you did.    LeeAnn

John WilliamsII
Columbus, Ms., USA
Served in U.S.Navy on the USS Colombia in WWII.  Thanks Dad

CHARLES FOWLER
CYNTHIANA,KY,USA
I JUST WANT TO THANK MY DAD FOR SERVING IN THE KOREN WAR! HE WAS A STAFF SARGENT

RANDAL WHETSELL
NEWPORT, TN. USA
SERVED IN THE GULF WAR

CHARLES FOWLER
CYNTHIANA,KY USA
MY DAD HAS BEEN GONE THREE YEARS NOW BUT HE WILL ALWAYS BE MY HERO!!LOVE YOUR DAUGHTER CHARLENE

PVT.MANUAL HOLLIS NEFF
CYNTHIANA,KY USA
i JUST WANT TO THANK MY UNCLE THAT I ,NEVER GOT TO MEET..IHER SO MUCH ABOUT HIM FROM MY GRANDMOTHER !!HE WAS THE FIRST TO BE KILLED IN OUR COUNTY HE WAS ONLY 18 YEARS  OLD.MY GRANDMOTHE PASSED AWAY 2-11-2000 I KNOW SHE IS WITH HER SON NOW AND THAT SHE IS TRULY HAPPEN!!GOD BLESS YOUR NIECE CHARLENE

Darrel Lemmons
Punta Gorda, FL
Dad, you'll ALWAYS be my hero.  Thom

J.P.C.
Prairie Village,Ks USA
20 years devoted to the Navy, his family, and Country, to make sure everyone had a safe place to come home to every night.

Joseph R. Goddard
Myrtle Beach, SC USA
My dad served in WWll. On the sub the "USS CARP". Sadly enough I just lost him Dec 4th 1999, after 5 years of long suffering. We enjoyed the stories he told to us of when he served, and how he would do it all over again to defend our Country. My family and I miss him terribly...but want him and the world to know we will never forget him...., and that I have and hold all the memories of him close in my heart always! I love you Dad!

Joe Naughton
Alton, Il. USA
You were and still are our hero. We miss you

JIM CHURCH
NEW CASTLE, PA
TAKEN FROM US IN GERMANY DURING WWII,   NEVER WILL HE BE FORGOTTEN

Charles Frear
Monett Missouri
Thanks for teaching me the meaning of the words "Service to God and Country"  Dad served in the US Army in World War II and Korea.  He is gone but not forgotten!

JOSEPH PADOVANO
NEW CASTLE PA
TO A GREAT PATRIOT,HUSBAND, FATHER/  SERVED IN THE ARMY, RAISED AFAMILY AND DEPARTED FROM US IN FEB, 2000.  HE IS GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN

WALTER F FOREMAN
SUFFOLK VA
TO MY HUSBAND, MY HERO.  HE WAS WOUNDED IN VIET NAM AND GIVEN A PURPLE HEART. GOD BLESS HIM FOR KEEPING US SAFE AND TO ALL THE VETERANS. I SALUTE YOU.

Chester Frear
Monett Missouri
Served in the US Navy 1971-1973.  Served with pride and honor!

James Frear
Monett Missouri
Served with pride and honor.  Gave his life for his country while serving on active duty in the United States Army.  I miss you little brother ! 

Charles Frear Jr.
Monett Missouri
Proudly served his country in the United States Army and continues to serve in the Army Reserve!  I love you littlest brother!

GEORGE mASON
OTTAWA, ILLINOIS
Korea 7th Division, 17th infantry you are my hero.  Your son, Kevin

Jeffrey Allison
Grahamsville,N.Y. USA
USArmy, Thank You for your bravery, for the many years of service you have givin and continue to give. Your loved by all.

Thomas J Ryan
Bronx,NY,USA
Thanks for allyou have done for us. I miss you, Love Marie

Scott D Hurler
Gilbert AZ USA
FOR HIS COURAGE IN ALL THAT HE FACED WITH HIS FAMILY AND SERVING HIS COUNTRY WITH OUT EVEN BLINKING AN EYE I WILL FOR EVER LOVE AND RESPECT HIM.

Dwight E Hurler
Mesa AZ USA
Thank you for your time served with our love and respect Scott Tina Catherine Scott and Dillon

Jim Jones
San Diego CA USA
Thank You for all of your continued hard work. Much Love Scott Tina Catherine Scott Jr and Dillon.

Ken Taylor
Mattawana,Pa
I'm sorry I couldn't be there to watch your back while you were in Vietnam, but, thank God we all came home safely. I am Proud to be called your Brother, Welcome Home Ken

Richard Maartell
Weatherford, Tx. U.S.A.
My husband Richard braved the flack over Germany and survived 32 missions. He went with his crew and refused all promotions to stay with his crew.  What a great guy. Thanks Richard for just being you.

Thomas E. Johnson
Springfield, Ohio
He is not only a verteran, he will always be a hero in my heart...Gentleheart.

Ned E Mack
Ney, Ohio
For My Dad,  who served as a sargeant  in the U.S. Army in WWII...With Love and Respect...your daughter Sue

Ned E. Mack
Ney, Ohio
For My Dad, who served as a sargeant in the U.S. Army in WWII, with respect and love from your daughter Sue

Amber Anne Taggart
Elizabeth City, NC
To my daughter who has made us so proud USAF 1990-1994

Jonathan Bush - submariner
Billings, Mt. U.S.A.
Jonathan was in the Persian Gulf for 6 months on the USS Pasadena fast attack sub.  Survived with honors only to be killed by a drunk driver in Hawaii where he was stationed.

Joesph E. Long, Sr.
St. Mary's Cnty, Maryland
To Honor our Dad, who is with us in spirit, who risked his life to save the lives of 83 captured Americans in Germany in WWII, only to lose his to heart desease in 1976. God Bless our Soldiers and may the 'fallen' rest in peace.

William Blaise and all the men of the 44th Infantry Division
New York
This is in tribute to my uncle William F. Blaise, Co. D, 324th Infantry Regiment, 44th Infantry Division who was killed in action on December 3, 1944 and to all of the brave men of the 44th Infantry Division, many of which did not come home.

Raymond L. Baker
Tavares,Fla.  U>S>A>
To my father who was in WWII and was wounded and spent 7 years in V.A. hospital.  Died September, !978.  Miss you and love you so much.  Now may you rest in peace.  Your onlu cnild.  I love you and miss you so much.

Tony
Pittsfield, PA  USA
My hero is my son Tony. He joined the navy and I am so proud to call him "son".

George W. McPeek
Breckenridge, Mo
Was in WWII, received the Silver Star for pulling fellow soldiers out of a tank that caught on fire.  He never considered himself a hero, he said it was the only thing he could have done, for those people were his friends.  He died over fourteen years ago and I still miss him.

ALL ARMED SERVICES
FROM SEA TO SHINNING SEA
I PAY TRIBUTE TO ALL THOSE BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN WHO HAVE GIVEN THEIR ALL TO MAKE THIS COUNTRY WHAT IT IS TODAY. FREE AND STRONG. THANK YOU AND MAY GOD HOLD YOU IN HIS HEART AS I DO ALL YEAR ROUND FOR THE SACRIFICES YOU AND YOUR FAMILIES HAVE MADE. I SALUTE YOU.

Oliver Thacker
Kenova, WV, USA
My father, Oliver Thacker, was my hero because he fought in WWII and was a paratrooper and also was in the infantry.  He is gone now to heaven where he can be with all the other WWII soldiers.

Laine O. C. Clark, Sr.
Middle River, MD
Thank you for your bravery during the Gulf War.  Love, Sandie

Judy Smith
Logansport, In. USA
Jim Johnson, Brother

Elmo J. Domingue Sr
Gretna,La.  U.S.A.
Korean war Military police

Frederick A. Smith
Meraux,La.  USA
To my Dad, Hero, and Friend.   One of seven sons who served in the U.S.Navy.  Although you are now in our Lords house you are loved and missed very much.  You are and always be my best friend. I love you very much.      Karon

Robert Miller
Mississippi  USA
Killed in Vietnam 1969.  God bless you and all armed forces members that gave their lives and much more for our freedom.   Rest in peace.

George A. Raymond
Haverhill, MA  U.S.A.
GOD BLESS AMERICA

Darrell Howard
Lincoln, KS
This was my uncle.  He was killed in France during WWII.  Although I never knew him, I know his was the ultimate sacrifice for this country, as were all the lives lost during WWII and all wars since and before.  The American Soldier or Sailor will always be heroes.

My two Magee men
Houston, TX
My husband, John served in the Air Force in Viet Nam from 1968-1969 near Saigon.  He is my hero because he survived that war.  My son Richard, has been in the Navy since 1990 serving our country as a submariner.  He is my hero because I know of no other sacrifice a man can make than to leave his family for extended periods to go beneath the water to serve our country.  I love you both.

Robert Starlin Shively
Indiana
My father, Bronze Star, 2 Purple Hearts, 5 Campaign Stars.  WWII - 801st Tank Destroyer Battalion.  Love you Dad.

Richard L. Smith Sr.
Burgoon, Ohio..U.S.A.
Even though you are gone Daddy, you willl always be my hero!!

Richard L. Smith Sr.
Burgoon, Ohio..U.S.A.
He fought in the Korean War and recieved 2 Purple Hearts. He believed in this country. And he would have fought over and over again. I think about you and miss you everyday. Your Loving Wife, Jeanette

Richard L. Smith Sr.
Burgoon, Ohio.. U.S.A.
He fought in the Korean War and recieved 2 Purple Hearts. He believed in this country. And he would have fought over and over again. I Love You and I think of you and miss you everyday.  Your Loving Wife, Jeanette

Richard L. Smith Sr.
Burgoion, Ohio..U. S. A.
Richard served in the Korean War and recieved 2 Purple Hearts. He believed in this country. I Love You and Miss You everyday.  Your Loving Wife, Jeanette

Lee Papakalos
Dunbarton, NH  USA
Dad i love you with all my heart and this is your day. Thanks for all you've done for me and our country.Your daughter: Tania

Floyd Jones, Jr,
Originally from Senath, Missouri
Europe 1942/45, Ball turrett gunner, shot down and captured. P.O.W. for the duration of the war. Still alive and well in Missouri.Thank you husband for enduring.

Floyd Jones,III, (Mike)
Originally from Kennett, Missouri
Vietnam 1971/72. Helicopter pilot. Did not have to go to the Gulf but was ready. Bosnia 1999/2000. Still alive and well in Kentucky, flying Apache Helicopters.

Ronald F. Jones
Originally from Kennett, Missouri
Serving in the United States Air Force for 10 years now. Thank you son, you make me proud.

Marcel M. Jones
Originally from Kennett, Missouri
United States Air Force, early '90's. Now in Law Enforcement. You make me proud son.

Jeremy M. Jones
Originally from Georgia
Served in the Army Rangers, mid '90's. Great job, grandson.

Harold S. Moore
Washington State
A brave man who gave everything he could during WW2 in a Submarine.  He was my father and will always be my hero. I miss you Dad.. Love Patrish

Alphonse Raymond
Haverhill, MA  U.S.A.
GOD BLESS AMERICA

Albert Raymond
Haverhill, MA  U.S.A.
GOD BLESS AMERICA

Herman T.Sherrill
Kennett, Missouri
Served in the United States Army 1943/45. South Pacific. Dearly loved and greatly missed by family and friends still.

William JT Rader
Hampton Ga 30228
Beloved Husband and  Father

Ronnie Colson
Springfield, GA, USA
My favorite uncle came home to us!  We were lucky to have him back.  My sympathy goes out to all of those who lost family members in any war.  ALL GAVE SOME; SOME GAVE ALL.  Denise Johnson, Colbert, GA

John J. Rowlee
Tacoma, WA of USA
To my Dad....the one who fought for a better future for his unborn daughter.  LOVE ALWAYS, XOXOXOX R.L. Rowlee

T.M. BALDRIDGE
Houston, Texas (USA)
I just wanted him to know how very special he is to me. He served his time from 1972 thru 1974. I am so proud of him. He has always been there for me and I am Thankful he is my brother. He will always be my HERO!!!!!!!  I Love You, his sister  Carole!!!!!!!!!     ister Carole

David L. Butterfield Sr.
Pocahontas, Ar. United States
Thank you to my wonderful husband for all that you did to serve our country to keep us safe and free. I Love You, Joyce

Lawrence Veeck
Petersburg, IN USA
My father was in the Pacific Theater of operations in WWII.

David Bonello
Minnesota USA
THANKS FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART FOR SERVING OUR COUNTRY PROUDLY DURING THE VIET NAM CONFLICT

David Albers
Glencoe, MN
Dad served two years in VietNam, died after the war.  Love you and miss you Dad.  Laura and Kati Albers

Milo E. Vail
Rockford, MN
To my father, who served in the Phillipines in WWII and trained armored troops for Korea.  You'll always be my hero!

Carl Kasheimer
Rockford, MN
Carl, you never made it back from nam. I'll always remember and think of you bro!

Ed Vail
McCook, NE
To my son, who has followed in the family footsteps and is serving his country as a Corpsman in the Navy, I'm bery proud of you son!

Robert D. Ellingwood
Enterprise, Alabama, U.S.A.
I would like to honor my Uncle Bob for his courage and bravery in the Vietnam War. He is my hero in real life, too! I love him very much ! Thank you for being there for me, Mom and Nana!    Austin Chandler Jordan

Robert D. Ellingwood
Enterprise, Alabama, U.S.A.
Ditto!  We Love You, Too! Donna and Nana

Greg Hill
Sandusky.Ohio
My husband who served in the Vietnam War

Danny LaZelle Mackey
Hominy, OK...the Great USA!
I am so proud that you have chosen to be one of The Few, The Proud...but most of all, I am proud that you have chosen to serve your country.  It is with great pride and honor that I call you my son.  May God be with you and our fellow servicemembers as you each serve our great country with pride, dedication, and loyalty! 

Arthur Miller
Sandusky,Ohio
My dad who served in World WarII,who died last year. I still miss him

Billy Lewis
Toledo,Ohio
My nephew who served in the Gulf War

Theodore LaZelle
Hominy, OK...the Great USA!
You gave almost everything to serve our great country.   I know if it were necessary, you would have given your all.   Thank you for what you have done in the name of freedom, for making me a better person, for inspiring my son, Danny to become a Marine, and for the positive outlook on life that you share with everyone you meet!....Kelly McFee, TSG, OK ANG

Henry Ford Fulks
Pleasant Grove, Arkansas
Served aboard the USS Nassau during WWII, Thanks Dad!

William J. Wilderman
Raleigh, N.C.
We're very proud of our hero, William J. Wilderman.

Roy Lee Devall
Amory, MS USA
He fought in World War 2

Shah Jasmin P.
Surat, Gujarat, & India.
He is my Big Brother. He died dated on 30 July, 1992. He is my Big, Elder Brother so he is my HERO.

Robert Miller
Glendale, AZ, USA
Thank you for giving your life, so your children may live free.  We miss you terribly.

Allen Quinn
Peterson, Alabama - USA
My Dad the Hero - He never talked much about it - until now it seems to be easier.   He told of the camp in Korea and of the conditions they lived in.  It is sad to hear about it and to still see the tears in in his eyes as he tells us about the "child:" they took care of in their guardshack.  May God Bless  Richly Bless All Men who fought for OUR country.  

john
usa
thank you for your bravery!

PHAA Adam Gomez
San Diego, CA
Thank you from the heart, for the sacrifices you have made for our great country, for being proud to serve in the US Navy and taking personal pride to do your best  in the work you do everyday.  The way my heart feels, I must be the proudest mom  ever!  I love you more than words can say!  Love always, Mom

Frederick E. Pulse III - 1947 to 1998
Cleveland, Ohio
You are my hero, and always will be! Thank you , for the sacrifices you made, for the scars you bore, each one a tribute to our freedom today.  For serving in the US ARmy during Vietnam, having the courage to go out and find the real stories, at great risk to yourself and telling them so we could know the truth. I want to apologise on behalf of our nation, those that didn't treat you well when you returned home, those that spat upon you, those they made you feel as if you were the enemy.  I'm truly sorry for all the injustices you suffered, both during the war, in the POW camp and for those incurred when you returned home.  You deserve your place in Heaven and in my sorrow, I can be grateful that at long last, you are being treated as you deserve!  I will look for you when it is my turn...your beloved wife, Andi

Hugh McCaffrey
Boston, MA
Thank you, Daddy! For the courageous life you led during WWII, the Korean War and later serving in Thailand which begat  the first Thai Border Patrol.  You were my hero.  Love always, Andi

Stanley Bender
Fayetteville, WV, USA
Congressional Medal of Honor (WW II) Recepient. Now deceased.   Was a very modest man.

Chuck Yeager  (Ret. Col. USAF)
Hamlin, WV, USA
He broke the sound barrier & went on to accompolish other notable fetes for our beloved USA.

Brothers Doug & Don
Southern Illinois
Thanks Guys for your time served in Viet Nam and Korea.  Americans everywhere should honor those who have served their country--both past and present.  We love you---from your little Hoosier Sister. 

Clyde William Saunders
Fairborn, Ohio
Clyde, my cousin was killed in action in Viet Nam..We Love You

Floyd Nuzum
Atchinson, Kansas USA
My wonderful father

Major Sam Lyons
Houston, Texas, USA
My wonderful father-in-law who has passed away was a true hero, a mersonary in WWII and Viet Nam

Chris Sabin
Coral Springs, FL
Chris bravely served several tours of duty in Nam and it has, I'm sure shadowed almost every day of his life since then.  But he has never let it dim is wonder sense of humor or personality.  He is a dear friend and my life is brighter because I know him.

John H. Tester
Wauseon, Ohio
Served in Vietnam (Danang) Aug. 1966 - March 1968.   We are proud of you!  Love your wife and children.  

Norman Brown
Nova Scotia, Canada
To my uncle Norman who i never had the pleasure of meeting.  Died in action in WWII.  May God Bless You!!! Love Margie

A.J. Carter
Ohio
To you I give Thanks for keeping me free

Richard Martell
Weatherford, TX USA
For your valor and service to our country we thank you with all our hearts.  Your family.

James Schultz
Niceville, FL USA
For your valor and service to our country we thank you with all our hearts.  Your family.

walter lee harris
Rison ,ARKANSAS
served in  1949& 1950

Duane Brockmeier
Watertown,Wi,USA
Thank you Brother for serving our country and for being my Brother,  Love, Reva

Anderson William (Squid)
Haskell, NJ  USA
USNAVY  Thanking you for your service during Vietnam. Thank you for meeting my husband and staying in touch all these years. Love Dick and Charlene

Burke, Scott (Scottytoohoty)
Ellenville, NY  USA
USNAVY    Thank you Scott, Your thought of on Veterans Day! Love Blondie & BugleBoy

ROBERT D. CHEEK
SIMPSONVILLE, SC USA
TO MY DAD, WHO IS, THANK THE LORD, STILL WITH US, SERVED DURING THE KOREAN WAR..........MY MILITARY CAREER WAS INSPIRED BY HIM......AND TO MY SON, CHRISTOPHER A., CHEEK, CURRENTLY SERVING IN THE U.S. NAVY......I COULDN'T BE PROUDER!!!

LLOYD H. STEWART
Milford, Iowa
To My Dad Who Served in the Korean War. His Memory will live in me Forever. I Love You Dad. Love Always Your Daughter Tonya

Henry W. Anderson
Haskell,New Jersey
This is memory of my father who served his country during WW2 in the United States Navy for 6 years during the war. He inspired me his son William D. Anderson Sr. to serve in the U. S. Navy from 1966-1970 aboard the U.S.S. Foresttal C.V.A.59 My father has passed away in 1980 but the tradition goes on. My son William D. Anderson Jr. now serves on a Necular Submarine in the U.S. Navy as the third generation PROUD to be an American Salor defending your Rights and Freedom in the Home of the Free and the Brave. Dad rest in Peace from your son and grandson.

Ssgt. Joel Carrillo, USMC
Puerto Rico
Thanks, for willingly serving our Nation both in wartime and peace...

Seaman John Jenkins
Kansas
Lost in the So. Pacific WW2 Submarine Date ?? Location??

PFC Daniel Patrick Burleson
Pell City, Alabama,USA
We are very proud of you son....LOVE MOM

J.D. Taylor
Clay, Alabama, USA
My dad was with the 82nd Airborne and fought in the Battle of the Bulge, he passed away 3 yrs. old...We miss you Daddy!

Stephen T. Simpson
South Boston, MA USA
Stephen my husband, a disabled Vietnam Veteran died March 18, 2000. He was never the same when he came home from Vietnam. The following is his eulogy. FOR THOS WHO HAVE FOUGHT FOR IT, FREEDOM HAS A FLAVOR THE PROTECTED WILL NEVER KNOW. I HEARD STEVIE SAY THAT ONE TIME. HE BLIEVED IT, AS DO I. STEPHEN SIMPSON, HOLDER OF THE NAVAL COMBAT ACTION RIBBON AND THE VIETNAMESE CROSS OF GALLANTRY, FOUGHT FOR FREEDOM A LONG TIME AGO. FOR SOME ELSE'S FREEDOM, NOT HIS. AND IN DOING SO BECAME A PRISONER OF HIS OWN PAST. STEVIE DIDN' T GROW UP TO BE HARD, THOUGH THAT'S HOW HE COULD HAVE ENDED UP. LIFE WASN'T ALL PEACHES AND CREAM FOR HIM AS A KID AND IT CERTAINLY WASN'T SUMMER CAMP BEING A GUNNER ON A PATROL BOAT RIVERINE, ONE OF THE "RIVER RATS' OF THE BROWN WATER NAVY IN VIET-NAM. THAT TIME HE SPENT FIGHTING FOR YOU HURT HIM, HURT HIM BADLY. BUT IT DIDN'T TURN HIM MEAN. STILL, HE DIDN'T FIND FREEDOM FROM THT WAR UPON HIS RETURN. THOSE WHO KNEW HIM WILL TELL YOU HOW THE MEMORIES THAT WERE BURNED ITNO HIM AT EIGHTEEN MOVED HIM UNTIL THE END, MAKING HIM YET ANOTHER CASUALTY OF THAT WAR. HE'S FRE NOW THOUGH, FREE OF THE MEMORY HE CARRIED TOO SILENTLY FOR TOO MANY YEAR, FREE OF THE CURSE OF THE ALCOHOL HE USED TO TRY TO KEEP HUMPING THAT RUCKSACK OF PAIN. I'M SURE STEVIE HAS FOUND A BETTER PLACE, A PLACE WHERE THAT WAR CAN NO LONGER FIND HIM, A PLACE OF PEACE AT LAST. REST EASY THERE BROTHE; WE'LL LOOK OUT FOR ETHEL.. YOUR FRIEND AND BROTHER DAVID CONNOLLY 11TH ARMOURED CALVARY, RVN

GEORGE L. CRAWFORD
SULPHUR, LA. USA
GEORGE PROUDLY SERVED HIS COUNTRY IN THE NAVY....

JAMES R. CRAWFORD
HOUSTON, TX. USA
JAMES PROUDLY SERVED HIS COUNTRY WHILE  HE WAS IN THE ARMY...

Robert Mongeon
Vremont
Thank You.

Bud Siddons
Booneville,Arkansas  USA
As a soldier serving for OUR country USofAmerica he was awarded a purple award medal.

Charles Stearman Allaire
Pahrump, NV
For your time in the Air Force and your service in Turkey.

N.Lee Snodgrass Jr.
Ocala FL USA
Currently serving in Bosnia in the US Army. We all miss you Lee.

Arthur Harold Rains
Nebarska City, Nebarska, USA

Larry Yeddo
No. Bangor, New York  USA
For the pain that you still suffer today in your shoulder

Edward Harkins
USA
Thank-You Dad for giving Me a better place to live, I love you.

Nelson Harkins
USA
Thank-You my dear brother for you part of given us all the freedom we have today. I love you. Little Sister, mARY.

Robert Harkins
USA
Thank-You my sweet brother for the love you gave me and everyone in the USA. You gave all.Little sis, Mary.

Daniel Francis Lacey
Brooklyn, NY, USA
My Dad who served on USS HORNET aircraft carrier in WW II - Peace in Heaven Dad, I Love You, Always, Eileen

Leon E Black
Lancaster, PA USA
My Dad served in WW II. He was a Paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division and was one who jumped inot Normandy. He's gone now but I still miss iand wanted him remembered on Veterans Day.

LEIGH ROBERTS
SALEM, OREGON  U.S.
I HONOR MY BELOVED FATHER WHO SERVED IN WORLD WAR II.  LINDA ROBERTS

Gary Williams Sr.
Dallas Texas
Thank you. So simple yet so appreciated.

Reg Thomas
England
He was the greatest Grandad alive!

WALTER A. BRACHA
CLINTON,AR,USA
MY FATHER A TRUE ARMY MAN AND LOVES HIS COUNTRY....WOUNDED AND HAS CARRIED THESE WOUNDS THROUGHOUT HIS LIFE.....AND STILL LOVES HIS COUNTRY AND FAMILY......I LOVE YOU DAD......YOUR DAUGHTER

Vernon Lansford
San Diego, CA
Vern served his country well and I his wife am real proud of him.

Kelly Gilmer
San Diego, CA
Kelly is my Dad and he served in World War 2 in the invasion of Normandy.  He was very special to me.  From his daughter   Carol Jane

Timothy G Hackett
Massachusetts
Thanks for keeping are country free........we love you all

Jerry D Wilson
Marysville CA USA
To my husband and hero.You were a hellicopter door gunner in your tour of Vietnam You nelped to protect our troops on the ground and because of that many of them were able to return home to their loved ones. For that I am sure these troops you helped will be for ever greatfull for your help. To them you are their hero as you are my hero. 

JAMES EDWARDS
JACKSONVILLE, FL
BECAUSE OF YOU AND THE SACRIFICES MADE BY SERVING IN NAM AT THE AGE OF 17, AND THEN AGAIN AT 20, WE REMAIN A COUNTRY FREE AND PROUD.. I AM PROUD TO BE YOUR WIFE OF 24 YRS.  ALL MY LOVE TO YOU..CINDY

DALE JACKO
FLINT,MI.USA
THANK YOU BROTHER FOR SERVING IN THE VIET NAM WAR AND RETURNING TO US. I LOVE YOU VERY MUCH. ANGIE

James W. Fisher(deceased)
Colo. Sprongs, CO
Served during the Korean Conflict

Robert W Ogilvie
Austin Texas
Bob volunteered to go to VietNam for his country. He seved proudly and gave unselfishly to protect our rights. He has never mentioned  the hardships that he endured while serving or the attitude of the citizens upon returning. He continues to stand for honor and decency. Our family is proud to share his name. With love, Sharon and Wes Ogilvie

Eugene J. Johnson (deceased)
Longmont, CO
Served during Vietnam War-retired after 20 yrs. service in Air Force

CHARLES J. EDWARDS AND JOHN W. EDWARDS
KILLEEN, TX
BUDDY AND JOHN.. I MARRIED INTO A FAMILY OF MILITARY MEN.  I HONOR YOU AS WELL AS JIM FOR ALL YOU HAVE DONE IN THE YEARS OF SERVICE FOR OUR COUNTRY..JOHN , ESPECIALLY YOU,  FOR NAM,SAUDI, GRANADA AND I AM SURE OTHERS THAT I AM NOT AWARE OF.  ALL OF YOU CAME BACK WITH SCARS THAT WILL REMAIN WITH YOU ALWAYS... I HONOR YOU NOW AND ALWAYS.  THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR SACRIFICES.  YOUR SISTER-IN-LAW ...CINDY

Tom Martin Sr.
Montreal, Canada
Served in the Canadian Navy in WW2   1941-1945. A GREAT man and father. He will be missed by all those who loved him.

WALTER JACKO
EATON RAPIDS,MI.USA
THANK YOU BIG BROTHER, I LOVE YOU. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE A HERO TO ME.  LOVE,ANGIE

RUSSELL JACKO
FLINT,MI.USA
THANKS FOR SERVING AND HELPING TO KEEP OUR COUNTRY FREE.  LOVE YOU, ANGIE

TO ALL VETERANS
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
BECAUSE OF THE SACRIFICES MADE BY THE BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN OF THIS GREAT NATION.  NOT ONLY WITH THEIR LIVES BUT WITH THE INNOCENCE AND THEIR YOUTH, THAT I HAVE THE FREEDOM TO VOTE, PRAY, SPEAK, READ, AND WRITE AS I SO CHOOSE.  NO MATTER HOW THINGS LOOK IN THIS COUNTRY , IT IS STILL THE GREATEST NATION ON EARTH.   I SALUTE ALL OF YOU AND HONOR YOU, NOT JUST ON SATURDAY BUT EVERYDAY.  THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS AND KEEP YOU..

NOAH JACKO
NEWBERRY,MI. USA
WE LOVE YOU DAD AND WE ARE GLAD THAT YOU MADE IT THRU WW2 OR NONE OF US WOULD BE HERE. THANK YOU AND WE LOVE YOU.  ALL YOUR CHILDREN

NOAH JACKO
NEWBERRY,MI. USA
WE LOVE YOU DAD AND WE ARE GLAD THAT YOU MADE IT THRU WW2 OR NONE OF US WOULD BE HERE. THANK YOU AND WE LOVE YOU.  ALL YOUR CHILDREN

Robert L. Watson
Westminster,S.C. U.S.A.
He was a Marine who fought for and served his country.

Danny V. Johnson
Knoxville, TN
Danny fought bravely on the Firehills in Vietnam, but never broaches the subject. He is the most honest, humble person I know! A true friend who has & will stand by, encourage, & walk beside you through life's travails. I am proud to call him my true friend--He is my HERO!!

ROBERT IRVIN
HANFORD CA KINGS
THANKS DAD FOR FIGHTING FOR OUR FREEDOM WE LOVE AND MISS YOU SO VERY MUCH!! YOUR IN HEAVEN NOW SO GOD WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU TILL WE CAN GET THERE TO BE WITH YOU!! LOVE YOUR KIDS DAUGHTER IN LAWS AND GRAND CHILDREN AND NOW GREAT GRAND CHILDREN WHO WE WILL TELL THEM ALL ABOUT THE HERO THAT YOU TRULY WERE!! BYE DAD WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU!!

Dennis Weir
Williamstown, New Jersey
A Tribute to my Brother who served in Viet Nam. We love you Dennie.

Bob J. Richards
Bristol, Tn. USA
My big brother, my hero, Thank you for returning him home and bless those who did not make it. I love you Bobby,I was 6 when you joined I am 50 now and you have all ways been my hero.

I. N. Douglas
Aberdeen, S.D.
Spanish American War and served so proudly!   He was the best grandpa in the world!

I. N. Douglas
Aberdeen, S.D.
Spanish American War and served so proudly!   He was the best grandpa in the world!

Bryan Spurger
Rockport, Texas ,United States
Served during Vietnam and gave his country 30 years of service in the Navy

Woodrow Martin
Leominster,MA USA
Thank you

Robert Kirkwood
Leominster,MA USA
Your bravery was unparalled

Albert J. Hanis
Coraopolis, Pa., USA
My Father, My Friend, My Hero b. Oct.26, 1925, d. Feb. 17, 2000  I miss you Daddy.

Finas Joe Brooks
Creal Springs, IL  U.S.A.
I pay tribute ot my Grandfather,  F. Joe Brooks. He served his country with honor and has since went on to be with the Lord above.  His courage and strength will never be forgotten.  I love you, Grandpa!  Kelly

E.J.Williams Sr.
Waterloo,Iowa USA
I,miss you my dearest friend,you were always there for me .Jim,served his country for twenty + years in the US Army. He died in 1997 still believing in what he fought for in the service.Maryl.

Jesse J. Wood
Delaware,Oklahoma , USA
He was my brother and my hero,he was in the korean war a tanker he got the Purple Heart. he drove his tank through enemy fire was hit five times by enemy fire, neutralized the enemy gun positions, and our infantry was permitted to continue its advance. He was in the 72nd Tank Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division, He is now deceased and I miss him so much. His loving sister Virginia Noblitt

Walter S. Noblitt
Nowata,Oklahoma, USA
In loving memory of my Husband, he was in the Korean War he received the Commendation Ribbon for meritorious service, Sgt.Noblitt was in the 40th Infantry Division Headquarters, he was cited for service as a section chief of the division's intelligence section, He is now deceased and missed very much, his loving wife Virginia and two son's Steven and Jerry Noblitt

Michael Tobey
Greenfield, MA USA
Michael who lost his life while serving in Viet Nam. You are loved and in our memories

Capt Robert K Sheehan
Colorado Springs Colorado USA
Thanks  to all of you for your hard work at weapons school

Jim coleman U.S  Army ( ret.)
High Point, N.C
Thank you for being my brother and serving your country for 20 yrs, I am proud of you for all the rough years of war you lasted through. No one can ever know what it has cost you unless they have been through it themselves. I salute you my brother.  SAM

Albert D. Jacobson
Abbeville, Louisiana
You'll always be our hero.

Walter J. "Wally" Paisano
Elko, Nevada, USA
Served 2 tours in Vietnam as an Army Medic with the 24th Medical Brigade. 

Joseph Robert "Bobby" Paisano
Laguana, New Mexico, USA
Served in the Korean War with the Air Force.

J Griffith
Lady lake Fla, USA
To my pop, your our hero!! love daughter

JOHN E KENT
TREMONT MS. ITAWAMBA
VIETNAM VET

LOWERY B. KENT
TREMONT,MS. ITAWAMBA
2 TOURS IN VIETNAM WITH USMC

CHARLES E. KENT
TREMON, MS. ITAWAMBW
24 YEARS FAITHFUL SERVICE

Billy Hunter
Silver City, NM,USA
My cousin Billy lost his life in South Pacific in 1943 - was a bombadier and the plane went down at sea.  He was very special to his whole family.

LOWERY B. KENT
TREMONT MS. ITAWAMBA
USMC  2 TOURS IN VIETNAM

Robert G. Eiland
Sacramento, CA
My brother Bob served in the 3rd Div.. landing in Africa and ending the war in Germany.  He was gone from home three years.  He has written his memoirs for his friends and family.  He was wounded at Anzio.  Thanks Bob for your sacrifices for freedom.

Earl Trimble
Kimberling City, Mo. U.S.A.
Korean war vet.  You are  my hero. Thanks for serving and protecting our country so that I have the freedom that I have . I love you Dad. Love your son, Larry

Martin Bunker
Greeley, CO
Thanks Martin for your service in the Navy as a fighter pilot in the South Pacific.  You are not forgotten.  Phyllis

Sgt Frank Dooms
Fayetteville, NC
U.S. Army Special Forces - although gone, you're not forgotten.

Don Bunker
Pasadena, CA
Don passed away in 1974, but gave 17 years of his life to service in the Navy.

Clifford Nicholas
Parsons Kansas
20 years of Service, Army

james g. jones
hernando,ms.u.s.a
phar.mate2nd class my husband for 56 years--ww2

Rick Vilhauer
Marysville, WA, USA
I wanted to thank a very special person that has had a very profound and positive influence on my life.  He served his countrymen with honor and dedication as a medic on Air Force One, and as a civilian, served his friends well.  Thanks, Rick!  Connie, Jeremy and Kirsten

Carl Hager
Lebanon ohio USA
Served in Korea

major walt stephens
omaha,nebraska
walt is gone but he is my hero still he fought on iwo jima and in korea   he was a major  but started out a pvt. pn w.w.2 he reinlisted for korea and was with marines on the frozen chosin.  thank you god for giving him to me he is with you now

Robert Luethje
Tahlequah,OK USA
For the Four years you gave of your life serving our country  Thank You

Charles August Smith
Cocoa, Florida
My Uncle Charlie served in World War II in Africa and the South Pacific and he was infantry.

Jack L. Parker
Santa Maria,CA, USA
For all you Have Done Thru the years ---- Semper Fi;  your son And Avis

George Edward Cox
St. Louis, Missouri
My Dad served in WWII in and received many medals. I am proud of him and all that he stood for. At the time the war broke out he was married with 2 children, but still felt he needed and wanted to defend his country. He enlisted, but did not have to. I thank God he came home from the war. He said he prayed and I still have his little Bible that he carried during his service in WWII. I wish he were here today so that I could thank him and honor him. He died in 1983. I just want to say, "Dad, thank you for standing up for freedom and our country, and thank you for you. I love you and I miss you."  From your Baby Boomer....Sharon

Keith Dittmer
Romaville,Ill, USA
Keith is my neyhew and I am ver proud of him in the Gulf War.

Capt. Paul Lawrence
Alameda County, USA
Was shot down by Khadafi, he was a bombadier, was never found

Sam Wallace Cunningham
Comanche, Tx. U.S.A.
We love you daddy, father-in-law,  and grandfather

Dixie Helen Massingill Robert (deceased)
Comanche, Texas U.S.A.
This was a fine lady.  She was my cousin her dad and my grandfather are brothers.  We were very close. We Would sew and laugh and cry together.  WE still love her.  Shawn Cunninham Comanche, Texas

Harold Roberts
Comanche, Texas U.S.A.
He is an extraordinary man.  I have looked up to him all of my life.  I can remember when Harold and Dixie would come in and we were at my grandparents Harold would make the point to sit me in  his lap and give me big hug.  Shawn Cunningham

Albert Matta
Massilon, Ohio
WWII, US Navy  We will always miss you! Your loving grandchildren - Candi, Dan, Kevin, Michelle, Missy

Dale Proctor
Roanoke, Virginia
Dale served in the Navy in Vietnam. I just wanted to let him know how proud I am of him. I wish the people who greeted the returning Vietnam Veterans with abuse and scorn could  realize the scars they left on these brave men, who only did what their country asked of them. Dale, you are my HERO as are all the other brave souls who have defended their country at great cost to themself. I want to say THANK YOU! and a very belated WELCOME HOME to all Vietnam Veterans. God Bless You All!  Donna Proctor

Grady B. Booker
Evergreen, Al usa
This hero is my dad who was a purple heart recipient in WWII. 

Grady B. Booker
Evergreen, Al USA
Thank you daddy, for your involvement in WW2 and how proud we are of your contribution to all of us; especially at the Normandy Invasion.  We love and miss you but know you did us all proud.

Grady B. Booker
Evergreen, Al USA
Thank you daddy, for your involvement in WW2 and how proud we are of your contribution to all of us; especially at the Normandy Invasion.  We love and miss you but know you did us all proud.

Theodore P. Fox Sr.  ( deceased )
Albany Missouri U.S.A.
My dad was a Captain in the United States Army, who fought in Korea for freedom for all the people in the world. I am so proud of my Dad.And for what he did will always be in my heart.  Love his son Michael C. Fox

James Wilkerson Miller
Kentucky, USA
A tribute to my Father, gone but never forgotten!      Your daughter,  Tawna

Ryan William Rupp
Cameron Park, CA    USA
A special mand and son who believes in his country and serves with pride and honor!        Love Your Mom

Ryan William Rupp
Cameron Park, CA    USA
A special mand and son who believes in his country and serves with pride and honor!        Love Your Mom

Mike Cornwell
Dayton, Ohio
A Vietnam veteran who served willingly and with pride.   For all he did and the valor he showed, thank you.

Jerry Satterfield
Riverdale,Ga.USA
My brother who servered in Viet Nam--THANK YOU!!

Ernest A. Caramiho (Deceased)
Stockton, CA  USA
To my dad:  You'll always be my hero!  I wasn't born yet when you fought in WWII.  But you came home safe and sound.  If it hadn't been for you, I wouldn't be here.  I still miss you.  God Bless You.  Joanne

L.D. satterfield
Forest Park Ga.USA
My Father,now deceased,who served in W.W.11

Carol Wedamen
Brownwood, Texas
Thank Carol your a sweetie and a good coworker.  Your coworker Shawn Cunningham

John Jensen
Indianapolis, IN USA
My Husband the man I am proud of for serving in the Army and the US Air Force , and served in Viet Nam , Love you so, your Wife Shirley

HERSHEL  E.  WILLIAMS , DECEASED
MILFAY,  OKLAHOMA      USA
OUR FATHER SERVED DURING WWII AND CAME HOME A DISABLE VETERAN. HE GAVE HIS HEALTH AND ALMOST HIS LIFE. WE ARE VERY PROUD OF HIM AND WE HONOR HIM.  WE LOVE YOU DAD,  FRANCES  &  LEORA

David Valadez
Manteca, Ca
Veitnam Vet-I wish I could have been there for you, I'm glad I can be here for you now.  Thank you for remembering what America is all about. Love You #^(X

Rudy
pennsylvania
I have watched you go from wheel chair to walking  ,I love you

John S McCallie
Hot Springs,Ark USA
This is to my little army man,my first born and last but certainly not least my biggest Hero.I missed you when you left to join the army,I cried when you went to Bosnia.My only comfort was knowing God had his mighty hand on you and would bring you home safe to us and that He did.I  don't know if I can EVER find the words to tell you just how very proud I am of you and the man you've become. You have served your country well and I thank you for that.You are the best son any mom could ask for and I am proud to say your mine. I Love you Very Much!    MOM

MST.SGT Marcos Villanueva
Heaven
Marc, my Father-in-law, was so proud of having served for the 390th Bomb Group in WWII.  We loved to hear him tell stories that were so dear to his heart.  We still think of him often.  We miss him and pray for him.

Kenneth Clodfelter
Mechanicsville, Va.  USA
Thanks for being there and giving us the right to freedom

ALL VETS
USA
GOD BLESS ALL OUR VETS. GOD BLESS AMERICA

MST.SGT Marcos Villenueva
Heaven
Marc, my Father-in-law served in the 390th Bomb Group, WWII.  We loved to hear him tell of his missions that took place over seas.  I, also, wish I had written down his tales.  We think of him often, we miss him and pray for him and all vets. hsowsom

Melvin  Crossley
San Diego, Calif
Pearl Harbor survivor  My Brother

Melvin  Crossley
San Diego, Calif
Pearl Harbor survivor  My Brother

Marcos Villenueva
Heaven
Marc, my Father-in-law, would sit for hours and tell us stories of his tour of duty for the 390th Bomb Group, WWII.  He was so proud to service his country and you could see it in his eyes, and hear it in his voice.   We think of him often, we miss him with all our hearts.  Thank-you for making this a better place to live.

Gary Alexander
Spring, TX  USA
Thank you for ensuring freedom for my children and all of the children of friends, family, and the unknowns.  Thank you for teaching them the true meaning of the ultimate sacrifice.  May God Bless you and keep you well and happy.

Edmond Crossley
San Diego, Calif
Served in WW 11, Miss my brother,

William Crossley
San Diego, Calif
served during WW II thanks for making it possible for freedom for all of us.

Marcos Villenueva
Manteca, Ca (Heaven)
Marc would always sit and proudly tell us of his adventures with the 390th Bomb Group, WWII.  Although he came home disabled, I never heard him complain.   He served proudly for his country.  There have only been two people that I have tried to measure up in my love and respect for this country, one being Marc, my father-in-law, the other my wonderful husband, David Valadez, Viet Nam Vet.  Thank-you both for believing as you do.

JOEL ALVAREZ
Kansas City MO
You are gone but not forgotten !

Simon Alvarez
Kansas City MO
You are gone but not forgotten !

Joe Alvarez
USA
Gone but not forgotten!

David S. Wells
Bossier City,. LA 71110
MSgt Wells served over 20 years in the U.S Army Air Core/Air Force  served as crew chief in WW2 and helped pioneer in flight refueling and a first rate Papaw

R.E. McKee
Jersey city,NJ
SGT McKee(USMC) is a proud man who served this country bravely he will always be a hero to this counrty and me

Marvin Stewart
Haynesville, LA 71038
PVt Marvin Stewart serve proudly and bravely during WWII as a radio operator. Serve at the Battle of the Breast and the Battle of Nuemburg.  Died Feb 17, 1971. The Daddy of two boys and I daughter. Survived by his loving Wife Nadine Stewart. He will always be my Daddy and my HERO FOREVER

Sgt. Mark Albers, Vietnam Veteran
Kaufman, TX, USA
You performed your duty to your Country proudly with honor and valor.  Not one life was lost of the men that served under you. You are my hero.

Paul T Mabey
Rupert, Id
Dad, I never told you how proud I am of you that you served our country so long ago.  I wish you would have told us about your experiences from the war.  I grew up to love this country and for what it stands for.  I always sing the national anthem and ask men to remove their hats.  I wish that every one could show the respect that this country deserved more.  Thanks again for fighting for your sons and daugthers, grandchildren and great grandchildren.  Love You, Julie                                                     

George Matelan
Upper St.Clair, PA, USA
Served on the USS Jupiter in the South Pacific WW2. We salute you

Leonard Henry Ball
Barking Essex England
To my dad..who I love  and miss so much..he won the DSM medal for his bravery in the second world war. He was in the St.

Cloyd A. Bailey, Jr.
Squire, WV USA
Cloyd was my father.  He served during WWII.  He loved his country and was proud to serve.

Anthony T. Gill
New York, NY, USA
Thank you for your service to your country in WWII, and for instilling your pride and patriotism in me for what it stands for.  And most of all, thank you for being my personal hero as well . . my DAD!  I love you

Thomas White
New York, NY USA
In gratitude for your service to your country during WWII.  And for the pride you taught us all!  We all love you and miss you!

Sam Coleman
High Point, NC, USA
For 21 years in service to your country above and beyond the call of duty. . . we all salute you!  I am proud to be your wife.  I love you.

Major Charles D. Sankey, US Army, Retired
Tempe AZ, USA
Thank you for your service and many sacrifices for our country's freedom

Norman Franklin Williams
Greensboro, NC  USA
To my wonderful Father.  We all miss you so very much.  God Bless

Bob Thomas
Charleston, S.C.
Thanks for serving so gallantly in the Viet Nam War and making the service a career.  Just wanted to let you know how very appreciated you loyalty to your country and dedication to your duties are.  Thanks for protecting our country so that my daughter and my granddaughters can enjoy freedom.  *****Bobbie Futrell

Henley Futrell, III
Conroe, TX
Served with pride and dedication in the U.S. Army.  Thanks for being a man with a sense of responsiblity to your country.

Delmar E. Painting
North Royalton, Ohio USA
served WWII

Dale Johnson
Lacon Il. USA
Uncle Dale, thanks for serving in WWII, meeting Pa, and marrying Aunt June.

Jesse Alvarez
Kansas City MO
You are gone but not forgotten !

Jesse Alvarez,Joe Alvarez,Simon Alvarez
Kansas City MO
They are gone but not forgotten!

Thomas Darcy
Michigan
Thank you

Captain Andrew Flores
Col.orado
Thank you.

Stacey Lee Flores
Colorado
Thank You

Donald Rutter
Michigan
Japanese prisoner of war.. 

Roger Rutter
Michigan
Killed in France World War II

James Ross Richmond
Fairmont,WestVirginia
for my brother -in-law that i didn`t get to meet.

James R.Richmond(Deceased) 
Fairmont,WestVirginia
US Marine Corp. .. Served In Viet Nam ....1969...

Charles Moore Jr
Rensselaer,NY
Charlie Served inVietnam,He saved 3 wounded men before stepping on a landmine going back for the 4th, his family recieved the Purple Heart for his couragousness,He lost his life Jan1 1969,Charlie I will always remember you !

Bill Scroggins
Comnche, Texas
I thank you Bill Scroggins.  My Brother  and coworker .  Shawn Cunningham

Fred Bistardo
Brownwood, Texas
I thank you.  YOur coworker Shawn Cunningham

Ramiro Saucillo
Brownwood, Texas
I thank you Ramiro Saucillo.  My supervisor as well as my coworker.  I cant thank you even enough to help me out at work as well.  Thanks again from the bottom of my heart.  Shawn Cunningham

JOE WILLIAM ESTOLL (deceased)
Odessa, Texas USA
SERVED WORLD WAR 11 IN THE US NAVY.  SERVED HIS COUNRTY RECEIVED METALS AND WE ARE EXTREMELY PROUD OF YOU.......  WE LOVE AND MISS YOU DAD....DEBBIE AND CODY BEAR

A J Redden
Texas, USA
A J Redden was my uncle. He came to live with us when i was around 6 years old.I cannot remember all the stories he told, but they were hard for him to tell. He was disabled on a ship.After they discharged him on disability, he cmae to us. He was My Mom's brother. He was a very good friend to me for the rest of his life.I believe that he must have been a good soldier because he was such a good man. Maybe my view is a little biased, but he was always there for me.I will always remember that he served his country proudly.That is what matters the most about his service record.Thank you Lord for the time I had with this man.  Paula

Paul E.Dade
ShellCity,Mo.
ww2  navy hero,my dad,I miss you,rest in peace

Dean W. Jones
Rushville, Il USA
One who came home in a flag draped casket  after WW II.

TO ALL WHO SERVED
USA
FROM THE DAUGHTER OF, WIFE OF, MOTHER OF 2, SISTER OF AND NIECE OF 5 WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY WELL.

Charles Robert Carmony
Toledo,Ohio
My dad who was the best....He is gone now but always remembered

Ray  A.  Cassens
Anthon, Iowa USA
United States  Marine

ALVAREZ:Jesse,Simon,Lou,Joe and Danny
Kansas City,MO
To my four bros who served in the BIG ONE-WW11 ( Danny, who served in NAM)

Earl Rosenfeldt
Kenosa, Wis.
Earl, I will always love you. We never really had a chance in life, but I feel your presence is with me every day. Lois (ayersu@aol.com)

James Andrew Coleman
High Point, NC USA
Our father, our hero.  For all you did for our country, we love you. Karen, Kim, Kevin, Kenneth, Dusty, and Subina

Senior Chief John Henry Best -- US Navy (Deceased)
Norfolk, Virginia (Bowling Green, KY)
Daddy, We might not have been the "ideal" father and daughter, I am sorry we never got the chance to say good-by. I  love you Daddy. Lois Best Pugh Leth Ayers (ayersu@aol.com)

Walter Zuchowski
Rossford, Ohio, USA
Thank you Uncle Shorty!

James Robert (Bob) Arthur
Comanche, Texas
I thank you Bobby Arthur.  Your are a great guy to look up to.  Shawn Cunningham

MSG Rober J. Evans (deceased)
Lawton, OK (formerly PA)
He served 26 dedicated years in the Army.  He saw action in Korea and twice in Vietnam.  The Lord called him on his last mission on March 8. 1999 and we miss him very much.  There is not a day that goes by that we do not think of him.

Bob Howard
Gloucestor Point, Virginia
Thank you for your service to our great country, in Viet Nam and in the U.S.A. We love you and miss you.

CWO EV SEESER
OREGON
WAS IN THE USMC SECOND WORLD WAR

L.D. Satterfield
Forest Park, Georgia USA
To my Dad, now deceased, who served in the Army in World War II . I thank you for your sacrifice. I miss you and love you always, Janice

Jerry Satterfield
Riverdale, Georgia USA
To my brother Jerry, for your service in the Army in Vietnam for your bravery and courage I thank you, I have always been very proud of you, love Janice

PFC JOHN E SEESER
PORT ROYAL SC
SERVED IN KOREA  3RD BATTLIN 7TH MARIENS   IDEM CO

MARIANO DELPILAR JR.
PUERTO RICO/NEW YORK CITY
I WILL ALWAYS BE PROUD KNOWING YOU, MY FATHER, SERVED WITH PRIDE, DIGNITY AND HONOR UNDER THE 665TH INF. REG. KORIA, THIS IS ONE OF THE REASONS I TOO BECAME A VETERAN, IN FOLOWING YOUR FOOT STEPS, AS WELL AS THE DEEP LOVE FOR COUNTRY I INHERITED FROM YOU. WE ARE VETERANS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, BE PROUD. ONE DAY TO BE PUT TO REST, CALMLY KNOWING, WITH PRIDE, THAT OLD GLORY SHALL BE DRAPED OVER ME ONE LAST TIME. WE,  MY FATHER AND FELLOW BROTHER AND SISTER VETERANS HAVE HONORED OUR COUNTRY,AND SHALL HAVE THE GREAT  HONOR DRAPED OVER US IN REST. GOD BLESS OUR VETERANS, THEIR FAMILIES, AND MOST OF ALL, GOD BLESS AMERICA.

Joseph E. Brassell
Philly, PA
Vietnam 67/68  USMC...... A Hero to all of us......Live in Peace

STAFF SERGENT WILLIAM SEESER
PORT ROYAL SC
SERVED IN VEIT NAM  US ARMY

ISHAM JOHN EDWAED SEESER  3RD CLASS 
GATLINBURG TN
SERVED IN THE GULF WAS US NAVY

CWO GHARLES ZIMMERMAN USMC
LOUISANA
SERVED 2 TOURS IN VEIT NAM 

Donald Satterfield
Orignally from Forest Park Ga. now living in Oregon
To my brother, Donald for your service aboard the aircraft carrier The USS Oriskany during the Vietnam War , I thank you for your bravery and courage. I have always been very proud of you, love Janice

Christina Andrews
Hiram, Georga USA
To my daughter, Christina, now serving our country in the Navy aboard the aircraft carrier The USS Harry S. Truman. For your bravery and courage I thank you. I have always been very proud of you!! I Love You, Mom    !

1st Lt. Roland V. King
Erie, Pa
Died in the Marriana Islands 1944

Richard Osborn U.S.M.C.
Hallstead,Pa. U.S.A.
He served in Viet Nam twice. He was honorably discharged in 1976 after 11 yrs.of active duty.

v.d. steenbergen
danville.il. U.S.
TO MY DAD AND ALL THE HEROS OF WORLD WAR 2

Floyd H. Davis
Dewey OK USA
He served and always brings the best out of everyone around him.

ALL VIETNAM VETS
USA and all countries who served there
To all the unsung heroes who didn't get their parade. Maybe someday when all is accounted for and maybe  a few walk out of the jungles of Vietnam. maybe they will get the parade they deserve from our nation and its people.. I think now that everyone knows we done our part and deserve to be heroes one and all. Thank God i came back.but forever changed .What could i have been? And yes i would do it again for my country my way of life and for myself cause i know it was the right thing to do.Hope someone agrees with me. I still remember . RedDonOne@hotmail.com

Bobby Allen Daniels
Comanche, Texas usa
Bobby we thank you to from the bottem of our hearts.  Thanks again.  The Cunninghams

Dewayne Wolf
Kearney, NE
Thanks for your service to our country in Europe in WWII

CMSgt "Dutch"Harrison
Albuquerque,N. M.
My friend and my hero. Thanks for all the inspiration and support and all the help you gave to the enlisted men of the U.S.A.F. over the past years.Your brother Bill

Dave Morris  and Norman  Hardy
Delaware & Penna.
Dave was my husband and  Norman was my brother. They were brave men.

SSG J. D. Vicars
Clarksville, Tennessee, USA
My darling love, I would like to thank you for all that you have done for this Country.  You have sacrificed so much and so have we but I wouldn't change a thing.   The kids and I love you so much and are counting the days until you will be home with us again.  In the meantime, my love...we will be waiting patiently.    Love, Daphne , Ariel, and Keith

Daniel Varalli
Lyons,New York USA
He was in WWII and never returned home alive. He was killed by his own tank when it rolled over him rolling down a bank.

Bart Eugene Mize
Knoxville, Tn. 37924
HE SERVED IN THE ARMY AND WAS DISCHARGED WITH A MEDICAL DISCHARGE. HE LOVED HIS COUNTRY. HE PASSED AWAY JAN. 15.1989. LOVE YOU DAD, SEE YOU AGAIN SOMEDAY IN HEAVEN.

BART EUGENE MIZE
KNOXVILLE, TN. US ARMY
DAD YOU WERE AND ARE MY HERO IN EVERY WAY. I LOVE YOU,DAD. SEE YOU AGAIN SOON.

BART EUGENE MIZE
KONXVILLE,TN. US ARMY
LOVE YOU DAD. I AM VERY PROUD OF YOUR LOVE FOR OUR COUNTRY THAT YOU HAD.       LOVE, YOUR DAUGHTER, SHARON

Harry Westfall
Wapello, Iowa, USA
Viet-Nam Vet, 1966-1968 God Bless All Our Veterans!

Harry Westfall
Wapello, Iowa, USA
Viet-Nam Vet, 1966-1968 God Bless All Our Veterans!

Anthony Gregor
Logansport, IN. Cass County
To my dad for all he did for our country in World War ll serving in the Army and Air Core. I love and Miss you Dad... July 20, 1916 to Feb. 25, 1999

Kenneth J Noaker
Toledo,Ohio U.S.A.
To my father who served his country in WWII i love you Dad love your son Keith..

Hosie Murphy
Detroit, Michigan U. S. A.
He served in the U. S. Army in 1955. He is my DAD and I Love him.  Your son Johnny

Kenneth J Noaker
Toledo,Ohio U.S.A.
To my fahter who served in the UNITED STATES NAVY in WWII ON THE USS Sheldon no son could be prouder I Love You Dad,your son Keith..

Kenneth J Noaker
Toledo,Ohio U.S.A.
To my father who served his country in WWII i love you Dad love your son Keith..

Kenneth J Noaker
Toledo,Ohio U.S.A.
TO OUR HUSBAND AND FATHER WHO SERVED IN THE UNITED STATES NAVY WE LOVE YOU DAD LOVE HELEN YOUR WIFE AND LOVE FROM YOUR CHILDERN PAM,KEN,SCOTT AND KEITH,WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU...

Kenneth J Noaker
Toledo,Ohio U.S.A.
To my father who served his country in WWII i love you Dad love your son Keith..

Kenneth J Noaker
Toledo,Ohio U.S.A.
TO OUR HUSBAND AND FATHER WHO SERVED IN THE UNITED STATES NAVY WE LOVE YOU DAD LOVE HELEN YOUR WIFE AND LOVE FROM YOUR CHILDERN PAM,KEN,SCOTT AND KEITH,WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU...

Kenneth J Noaker
Toledo,Ohio U.S.A.
TO OUR HUSBAND AND FATHER WHO SERVED IN THE UNITED STATES NAVY WE LOVE YOU DAD LOVE HELEN YOUR WIFE AND LOVE FROM YOUR CHILDERN PAM,KEN,SCOTT AND KEITH,WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU...

David E. Wall
Zepherhills, Florida
My Brother, my hero, who paid for my freedom in the Pacific in World War Two in New Guinea. Thanks Dave, your brother Jimmy

John S. Wall
Melbourne, Florida
Served in World War Two, in China-Burma. Helped to bring the freedom we all enjoy. You are a hero, my friend, my brother.  .  .  .  Jimmy

John Beckett
Silver City New Mexico, usa
Hi gave his all..

Delmer Weeks
Roanoke,Virginia
Served in the Navy approx. 1958-1962. He is my father,and my hero.Daddy you have always been my hero and the best father anyone could ever have. I Love You! I am proud to be your daughter. You are also a wonderful grandaddy.We Love You! Donna and Jeannie

Marvin E.(Gene) Short,Clarence (BUD) Jenkins, William Lewis Proctor,Johnny Short
Roanoke,Virginia
TO OUR HEROES; GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN! Dale,Donna,Chris and John

Raymond Yoder, Baxter T. (Sonny) Jacobs, Michael K. Jacobs
New Iberia, LA, Wellington, KS; Wellington, KS
Our heroes.  Michael & Sheree Yoder & kids

Papa Bob
Northridge, CA, USA
To our hero, our Papa for not you we would not be free!!!!    Jay & Alexzander

henry Roger Stucker
Independence,Mo  USA
Rd,m2ndclass United States Navy

Maurice Reid Bryant
Petersburg, Virginia, USA
My dad was in the Navy during World War II.  He passed away this past June.  I salute him still.

RICH ROSS
WANTAGH NY
WE THANK ALL MEN AND WOMEN FOR ALL THEY DO TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS AND FREEDOM. RICH , WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU FOR YOUR PART IN SERVING THIS GREAT COUNTRY

CWO 4 William R. Burns (deceased)
Grand Forks, N.D.
Bill served 39 years with the North Dakota National Guard.  Landed in the South Pacific in October 1942 at the G.C. fought up through the Philipines.  Went and fought in Korea after serving as a Veteran Service Officer helping WW II Vets.  He never stopped serving his country and died 3 months from retiring.

Bill Norris
Sun City West, Arizona
For serving two years active duty and 4 years reserve duty in the ARMY

Marcellina Valdaz
San Diego Cal.
To All Our Military Guys but a special Thanks goes to this very special guy for all he is and because I love him dearly.

My Men
Texas
To all the military men in my family, Thankyou for serving our country in both peace and war. I love you

John A. Roediger
Richmond. Michigan     USA
John A. Roediger

lois k hood
new york
i love you mom.     love pattie

Lee and Scott Geiger
Logan, Ohio  U.S.A.
Scott served in the United States Navy -Lee served in the United States Air Force..They both faced the dangers on the Med. and in Saudi..How proud I am of my sons..Your Mother

Peter M. Lata
San Diego, Ca.
Thanks Dad.....from your kids

William Thomas Bateman
Franklin,N.C. U.S.A.
Billy was one of eight brothers who served in the Armed Forces .

William Thomas Bateman
Franklin,N.C. U.S.A.
Billy was one of eight brothers who served in the Armed Forces . He didn't come home ,the other seven did.

Michael
San Diego, CA
From your USMCR Mom, Semper Fidelis, Son: You took up where I left off. So very proud of what you do and who you are! Thank you for protecting the good old USA for all of us who wait prayerfully for your safe return! Love you, Mom

Robert Lee Byrd, Sr.
Mount Pleasant, NC
Dad, I cannot stop missing you and hearing your War Stories. Being a little girl, arms torn from your neck when the train was pulling out of the station taking you from us, I just want you to know that I still miss you today! Thank you for being a good Army Soldier, but thank you more for coming back home to us, scarred, but safe. I love you, Dad!  Your daughter, Kay

ERNIE WEST
WURTLAND,KY.
ERNIE IT IS A PLEASURE TO CALL YOU FRIEND. YOU PAID A TERRIBLE PRICE IN KOREA,BUT GOD BROUGHT YOU HOME TO THE HILLS OF KENTUCKY WITH THE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR AROUND YOUR NECK AND A GRATEFUL COUNTRY AND HOME TOWN.......WAYNE WILBURN

G.D."ROCKY" HUDSON USMC(deceased)
SAINT LOUIS.MO.
CPL."ROCK" HUDSON, shipmate you won your nick name in Korea in '53 and my friendship in San Diego. For forty years we was as brothers and as an old Navy man the highest tribute I can pay you is "Semper Fi" comrade.....Wayne Wilburn

Glenn
Ohio
Thank you

Charles Robert Carmony
Toledo,Ohio
My Dad is my HERO who faught for his country.You was the best DAD in everything you did.You are sadly missed by your 11 children. Love you dad.....Marge,Kenny,Nancy,Tommy,Bobby,John,Tony,Susie,Kay,Janet,and Josuha Carmony

Thomas Meek
LA, CA  USA
My uncle Thomas was Killed in NAM. This Is my way of saying I wish I had known you.

Bill Carmack
Anderson, Indiana
Thank you for your bravery in war and in life. You are the best, we love you PA.

Johnnie Mitchell Carmack
Anderson, Indiana
Thank you Pa for your bravery in the war and in life. You are our hero! We love you!!!!!

Carmen Hicks
Anderson, Indiana
For our Uncle Carmen who gave his life in Vietnam with the rest of his troop. We love you!!!   Love Nick, Dora & Mitch

Carmen Hicks
Anderson, Indiana
For our Uncle Carmen who along with his troop gave his life in Vietnam. We love you,  Nick, Dora & Mitch

Haywood L. Owens
Killeen, Tx.
Viet Vet.

Bob Perry
MO
For fighting for our country.

Dave Morris & Norman Hardy
Delaware & Penna.
They were brave men . Dave, my husband, served in Italy and Norman, my brother, served in the Pacific in 33 landings

ROBERT T. MONGEON
VERMONT
THANK YOU BOB, YOU WERE MY HERO IN SO MANY WAYS. STAY BRAVE AND FIGHT YOUR BATTLE FOR FREEDOM OF THE PAST AND FUTURE.

Albert Scheuermann
Cincinnati, ohio, USA
He was not only a here for our country fighting in WW11 but he was my hero as my father and my friend.

Robert Bodley
Cincinnati, ohio, USA
Served his country in the United States Army but served his family forever..my little brother

G.D."ROCKY" HUDSON U.S.M.C (DECEASED)
LEACHVILLE, ARKANSAS
MY BEST BUDDY FOR OVER FORTY YEARS, A MAN TO RIDE THE RIVER WITH, KOREAN COMBAT VET. A MARINES MARINE. MY HIGHEST TRIBUTE TO YOU ROCKY IS "SEMPER FI MARINE" YOUR NAVY BUDDY.....WAYNE "WILLIE" WILBURN.

ROBERT "BOB' HARRIS CAPT. USMC (KIA-VIET NAM)
RUSSELL,KY.
BOB, YOU WORE THAT UNIFORM WITH PRIDE LIKE YOU DID WITH #50 ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD. JUST TO LET YOU KNOW YOUR SON GREW UP TO BE A GOOD MAN. AN OLD FOOTBALL BUDDY. KIRBY WILBURN

LEGION OF HONOR
EL HASA TEMPLE (SHRINERS) ASHLAND, KY.
TO MY FELLOW COMRADES, IAM VERY PROUD TO CALL EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU MY FRIEND AND COMRADES IN ARMS. THERE IS NO GREATER PLEASURE THAN TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH MEN WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY IN THE MILITARY . GOD BLESS AMERICA. WAYNE WILBURN USN

Joseph T. Hall Jr.
Morgan City, La.
A World War 11 Veteran served all over Europe.

Jerry R. Lewis
Breaux Bridge, La.
A wonderful man who served in Vietnam.

Joseph T. Hall Jr. U. S. Army, Deceased
Morgan City, La.
A World War 11 Veteran served all over Europe.

Matthew Barr NieMiera
Marshall,Tx.
To my son who server in the Army (during peace time) The pride in my heart is forever. Love You, Mom

Richard Barr NieMiera
Marshall,Tx.
To my Husband who served in the Army.   You are honored and appreciated and loved.

Richard Barr NieMiera
Marshall,Tx.
To my Husband who served in the Army.   You are honored and appreciated and loved.

Sam Pendergrass
Oregon
A dear friend who still has nightmares from the war. I honor you Sam.

Sam Pendergrass
Oregon
A dear friend who still has nightmares from the war. With due respect I honor you Sam.

Karl F. Weide, Jr.
Brooksville, FL
I love you very much, Daddy!  You served in the Korean War and three tours in Vietnam.......you are a true Hero in my book!  I will love you always!  Debi

John M. Reynolds
Sarasota, FL
U.S. Coast Guard.  Thank for being my Dad. Thanks for serving our Country. Thank for being YOU!  I miss you.  (Deceased 11/08/98) Your a true hero to me.

Ed Connolly
Cranford,NJ
You Are The Best Ed & we Love & Thank You!! God Bess

ELVIN WALSH
Penn,Pa
Elvin,who Suffered & Died For Us!We Love You! Walsh

Albert J. Hanis
Coraopolis, Pa., USA
Our Father, Our Friend, Our Hero b. Oct.26, 1925, d. Feb. 18, 2000  We miss you Daddy.  Your Children Love You and Will Always Remember You:  Barbara, Jackie, Sandra, Albert, Jr.

WILLIAM REED
Meadville Pa.
United States Navy

SFC DAN M. CULPEPPER
PINE BLUFFG AR
OUR LOVE TO YOU FROM EVERYONE IN YOUR FAIMLY THANKS A LOT FOR YOUR SV IN KOREA AND VIETNAM AND GOD BLESS

G.D. (Rocky) Hudson, USMC. (DECEASED)
San Diego, Ca. USA
My father. A Korean War Vet. Proudly served this great country in the United states Marine Corp.

G.D. (Rocky) Hudson, USMC. (DECEASED)
SanDiego, Ca. USA
My father was a hero. He proudly served his country in the United States Marine Corp. He was a Korean War Vet. He was a husband, a dad, a friend to all who knew him. My father was a very special man. He would give his last dime to a stranger, his door was alway's open, and he never thought twice to lend a helping hand to anyone. He was a simple man, lived a simple live, and had simple dreams. But he had a heart as big as all outdoors. This wonderful man touched many with his kindness, his love, and his devotion to helping others. My dad left this world for a better place this past June. He will be missed by many. This world will not be the same without him, but I know in my heart where ever he may be, he is helping others. My dad was a real hero. I love you dad, and miss you so very much.     From a loving daughter, to a father so very loved.    Mary Vigil

Wain Edward (Ted) Garrett
Pocatello, Idaho (formally Carson City, Nevada)
Served July 1966 - July 1968

Wain Edward (Ted) Garrett
Pocatello, Idaho (formally Carson City, Nevada)
Served July 1966 - July 1968  11th Light Infantry Brigade, Americal Division   Wounded April 24, 1968 Highway 1 south of DaNang    Awarded Purple Heart and Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry     In appreciation of your sacrifices then and now   From a proud and loving friend

DONALD RAPP
SUBLETTE,IL. USA
DIED JAN.8,1945 DURING BATTLE OF BULGE NEAR A SMALL TOWN OF GERIMONT, BELGIUM. BURIED IN AMERICAN MILITARY CEMETARY IN HAMM, LUXEMBURG.

STANLEY SULLIVAN
Memphis,Tn, USA
Stan is a very special man.  He served his country in Viet Nam with the 101st Airborne Div, with the 25th Infantry Div. in CoChee Ming, So View Nam.  He was wounded and has gone thru several surgeries.  Thanks Stan for serving in a conflict that we should never of been in.  We love you,  Connie, Geoffrey & Corey

Billy Arthur Dean
Albuquerque, NM, USA
My birth father was a 1st Lt. for the US Air Force.  He was an Instructor Pilot when killed with a student in plane crash when he was only 25 years old.  I was 14 months old and he will FOREVER be in my heart!

EDWARD PHILIP MATELAN
RANKIN, PA
BORN NOVEMBER 11, 1925, KILLED AT ANZIO, ITALY 1943. FROM YOUR NEPHEW, WHO SHARES YOUR NAME AND BIRTHDAY. RIP.

Larry O. Pundt
USA-Layon,Utah
Marines 2nd Recon

Larry O. Pundt
Layton, Utah - USA
You deserve a HERO'S  Award.... You are my Hero in more ways than you will ever know. I LOVE YOU WITH ALL MY HEART>>

Artie Stocks
Layton, Utah -USA
POW in the Marines-----We deeply appreciate your service to our Country --Thank you

Lynn Stocks
Layton,Utah-USA
Marines- We deeply appreciate your service to our Country.... Thank You

jayjay
usa
thanks jay

Douglas J. Turner
norfolk ny USA
To all the guys on the USS Santa Fe with my son Douglas.(mom)Bonnie Martin

Gilbert E. Vigil  (DECEASED)
Mora, New Mexico. USA
My father, who served his country with pride in the United States Army, a Vietnam Vet. A father, a best friend. Gilbert was a man of honor, a man of morals. He raised three children by himself, he found the strength to go on after the loss of his beloved daughter Kascia. A man not large in stature, but huge in heart. I love you dad for all you did for me, for always being there, for making me into a man you could be proud of. You were so much more then a father, your were my best freind.  Your Son, Stephen M. Vigil

John Andrew Whittecar
Salina, KS
What a great man my father was.  He served in Vietnam and was highly decorated.  John retired in 1979 as a major.  Please continue to watch over me as I grow and take control of my life.  You were a great father, best friend, golfing buddy, and wonderful loving husband.  You will NEVER be forgotten.  This is why you are my hero and always will be.  See you when I get there dad!!!

Lcpl. Steven P. Brown
Spencer,Tn. USA
You are one fine Marine, son, brother and uncle whom we are all proud. For your bravery and courage. We thank you. God Bless you and all who serve. Love, Mom, Ronnie,Kim, and Sadie

Lcpl. Steven P. Brown
New River, NC USA
You are one fine Marine, Son, Brother, and Uncle whom we are all proud of. For your bravery and courage we thank you. God Bless you and all who serve. Love, Mom, Ronnie, Kim, and Sadie

Lcpl. Steven P Brown USMC active
New River, N.C. USA
Words will never be able to begin to tell you how proud of you that I am. I pray to God everyday to watch over you while you are not with us and when you are. But time nor distance will ever break the bond that we have. I love you. Semper Fi. Your sis, Kim

Lcpl. Steven P. Brown USMC
New River, N.C. USA
You are one fine Marine,Son, Brother, and Uncle whom we are proud of. For your bravery and courage we thank you. God Bless you and all who serve. Love, Mom, Ronnie, Kim, and Sadie

PFC. Steve W. Lewis, Jr.
Pikeville, Tn. USA
In memory of Steve Lewis who departed this life one year ago on May 23, 1999 Although you did not loose your life to war we are all proud of you. If we could have one lifetime wish, one dream that could come true, we would pray to God with all our hearts for yesterday and you. We think of you in silence, and make no outward show, but what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. You wished no one farewell, nor even said goodbye. You were gone before we knew it, and only God knows why. A golden heart stopped beating, with tender hands at rest. God broke our hearts to prove it: He only takes the best. To some you may be forgotten, to others a part of the past, but to us who loved you dearly, your memory will always last. We think of you in silence, and often repeat your name, but all that's left to answer us is your picture in a frame. These things we do not understand, and down life's path we'll trod, so we'll cherish the years we spent with you and leave the rest to God! Not a day goes by that we don't think of you. We love you and miss you. Semper Fi. Lcpl. Steven P. Brown and family

MICHAEL S. PARTNER
NORFOLK, VA  USA
I LOVE YOU MIKE!! YOU ARE MY HERO!! ALWAYS TOGETHER NEVER APART!

CHARLES R. FLEET SR.
FARRELL, PA USA
DADDY, YOU ALWAYS TALKED SO PROUDLY OF BEING IN THE US NAVY ! I AM SO PROUD OF YOU AND AM PROUD TO CALL YOU DADDY! YOU MAY BE GONE FROM SITE BUT NOT FROM MY HEART I WILL LOVE YOU FOR ALL ETERNITY REST IN PEACE MY BEAUTIFUL DAD!! US NAVY 1951-54 SERVED IN THE KOREAN CONFLICT ON THE USS SAIPAN

Stephen Marc Vigil, United States Army. (ACTIVE)
Mora, New Mexico. USA
Stephen, you are a wonderful husband, a loving father, and a treasured friend. You are my hero. Your devotion to family, pride in your country, and faith in God, makes me so proud to stand beside you. You are my lover, my friend, my life. I love you so very much. Your wife, and friend forever, Mary Vigil

Walter Swett Jr.
Falmoth Foreside, Maine USA
Thank you dad for being my dad and keeping our country free

Kenneth Kogelman
Mt. Clemens Mi USA
Thank you Kenny for being my best friend and husband and thankyou for keeping our freedom

JASON KOGELMAN
Ft. Lauderdale, FL  USA
Thank you son for being the son you are the best and for keeping our country free USNAVY

Larry JRSchoenauer
Denver  Colerado   USA
I thank my brother for making my life saffer.

Lawrence R Schoenauer
Denver Coloado USA
I thank my father for making my life saffer.

leon g. davis
south berwick,maine  united states
leon g. davis served in the u.s. navy

Sgt.Oliver W. Brosey
Lancaster, Pennsylvania USA
Dad, You have always been my hero even though i never really got to know you for you gave your life so we may have freedom when I was only 1 1/2 yrs old February 22, 1945 in Germany. Mother is with you in Heaven and now you grandson brian, my so, my son is with you too. Ihave been looking forward to meeting you all my life.  Love from your daughter...Jackie

Dewight I Ade
shitown mi USA
HE WILL ALWAYS BE SADLY MISSED BY ALL WHO NEW HIM AS HE IS TRULY A HERO  SERVED IN VEIT NAM WAR WAS KILLED MARCH 30 TH 1970 SADLY MISSED BY ALL

james pelech
michigan
our hero who is currently serving in the united states army. your doing what only some of us can dream .we are proud that we have you keeping us safe and free. we are with you in our hearts always and forever.

Joesph M. Weaver
Ignacio, Co.
It is important that our young men who are presently serving for our country are recognized also.  I ask you to please recognize the man that I love, Joesph M. Weaver for actively keeping peace in Kosovo.  Kiss the sky, thank the Lord that we have men like mine that are serving so that our world remains at peace.  Semper Fi.  With Love and Respect, God bless, Leah Carpenter Kish 1/21/01

OS BARKLAGE, ANGELA GAIL
FLORISSANT, MISSOURI, USA
WE THANK YOU ANGELA FOR YOUR BRAVERY, AND DEVOTION

Joe Andrews
Auburn, KY
God Bless You Joe!  You paid the ultimate price for our freedom!

Ron, Kevin and Todd Brassell
Franklin, KY
Sons former and serving US Marines.  We love you !  Mom and Dad

women in white
anywhere in the world
let us not forget the nurses that kept our wounds clean and nursed the wounded men alive.God bless you all as i was one of them wounded.and i want to thank all the flight nurses that flew on the med vac planes. i  dont know your name capt.you were one brave woman

Mark Saikkonen
New York, USA
Thanks for being my big brother and what's more for being my best friend.  I miss you so much.  Love your little sister. Brenda

Davin O'Brien
Canoga Park, California, USA
To my son, who had the courage to follow his dream, & who is currently serving our country with the US Navy:  thank you, Davin, for the feeling of pride I have in you, & for helping to safeguard the values of freedom & justice we hold so dear & for which this great country stands.  May God bless you, & keep you safe always.

Bruce Lake
New Hampshire
God Bless one of the finest Marines and Men that I have the honor of knowing !!!! 

Wayne Brown
Baytown, Texas
This is my big brother. I miss him dearly and he was  a treasure to me.  Now that he is gone i will always remeber him.  Thank you big brother.  And I miss you.  Love your little sister Shawn Cunningham

Dale Earnhart
Not Sure
Your memories will last in us FOREVER.......

Dale Earnhart
Cant remember
You are the Nascar Legend...The best there was and will ever be...You have been a hero to me since I was old enough to know Nascar and I am now 22...I just want you to know you will be in my heart and mind forever...Take care until we meet again...This tribute is coming from West Virginia

Vernon C. Holland
West Terre Haute, Indiana USA.
My Father....killed in ww2, sadly missed!

jakari e. young
ft. lauderdale,fl-usa
TO THE BEST COP IN THE WORLD--FROM MAUSER&COMPANY

Gerald D. Baker
Memphis, TN. USA
Killed in Viet Nam

John Allen Rickels
Lovington, New Mexico
Paying tribute to my "little brother" KIA Viet Nam Jan, 1968.  His sister,Sara

Buford (Boots) Langston
Mississippi
Boots was my Father.  Served in the 40's (died 1966 at 53) burried Ft. Logan Cemetary, Denver, Colo.vbe, bburried National CemetarycMy Fater

RICHARD MOELLER
BROOKLYN NY US
TO MY BELOVED FATHER WHO SERVED IN THE ARMY AIRFORCE DURING WORLD WAR ONE FOR HIS COURAGE AND SKILL IN MAINTAINNG LIAISON BETWEEN 37M/M GUN SECTIONS OF HIS REGIMENT DURING THE BATTLE OF VIERSTAAT RIDGE,BELGIUM AUGUST 31 SEPTEMBER2,1918 AND IN THE BATTLE OF THE HINDENBURG PINE,SEPTEMBER 27,1918 THANK YOU FOR YOUR COURAGE. HE DIED IN JUNE20 1984. LOVE FROM YOUR DAUGHTER FRAN

Roger Lee Byus
Winfield, WV
In loving memory of my brother, Roger Lee Byus, 11th Armored Cavalry, Blackhorse Regiment, killed in Vietnam on November 24, 1969. Your family will never forget you and will always love you.

JEFF
WASHBURN MAINE
I HAVE SO PROUD TO HAVE HAD YOU IN MY LIFE YOU'LL BE MISSED ALWAYS ALL MY LOVE LISA

JEFFREY DEAN TARBOX
WASHBURN MAINE US
IT'S BEEN SIX YEAR SINCE YOU'VE BEEN GONE IF I HAD ONE LIFE TIME WISH A DREAM THAT WOULD COME TRUE I'D PRAY TO GOD WITH ALL MY HEART FOR YESTERDAY AND YOU REMEMBERING YOU IS EASY I DOIT EVERY DAYMISSING YOU IS AHEARTACHE THAT NEVER GOES AWAY..JEFFREY YOU ARE OUR HERO AND YOU'LL ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEARTS ALL MY LOVE LISA MILLS

Michael T. Davis
Battle Creek, Mi.  U.S.A.
To my son who proudly served with the 82nd Airborne, Fort Bragg, N.C.

John H. Worbington
Houston Texas
In Memory Of My Late Husband.I Love You Still And Miss You..

Jack L. Smith
Murray,UT  USA
He volunteered willingly and served with honor

Robert Squires
Olean, NY
Past away year 2000, fought in Vietnam, died of Agent orange....we miss ya Bob.....God Bless

Ralph H. Jones Jr.  & Ralph H. Jones Michael L. Jones Jeffrey J Jones
Michigan USA
Father & Son & Sons who have served this country & are still serving.  God Bless All Of You For Serving Your Country.

MR1SWRETGARY BRINKER
BRONSON FL USA
THANK YOU BABE,FOR ALL THE YEARS SERVING OUR COUNTRY I AM PROUD TO BE A NAVY WIFE.JAKKI

Robert  Pahcheka
Indiahoma,OK USA
Robert was my cousin but he was more of a brother. He was someone that you could talk to and he would listen.

Robert Pahcheka
Indiahoma, OK  USA
Robert Pahcheka was my cousin but more of a brother. He was someone you could talk to and he would listen. We lost him in the war with Viet Nam. He is surely missed by all of his family and friends.

Tracy Ivy
Sarah, MS, USA
This is my daddy who served in the navy during World War II.  I loved him very much and am very proud to say that he served in the armed forces.

Raymond Jordan
Pensacola, FL, USA
Died in the line of duty during World War II

TRACY OTTIS IVY
Sarah.Mississippi, U.S.A.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY HUSBAND WHO FOUGHT FOR THIS COUNTRY  DURING WORLD WAR II   WHO WAS LOVED VERY MUCH BY HIS FAMILY . HE SERVED IN THE NAVY AND HIS CHILDREN LOVED TO HEAR HIM TELL STORIES OF  SOME OF HIS EXPERIENCES ON OKINIWAI   OR EVER HOW YOU SPELL IT I REMEMBER HE SAID HE CAME CLOSER TO BEING KILLED THE DAY THE WAR ENDED THAN AT  ANY OTHER TIME . HE PASSED AWAY NINE MONTHS AFTER HIS 80TH BIRTHDAY ON JUNE 26.1999 HE ALMOST MADE IT TO  THE YEAR 2000 WE LOVE AND MISS HIM

JC Sandoval
LOS ANGELES CA
FOR ALL YOU'VE DONE

AD1 Sowers
Moline, IL
"without mechanics- pilots are just pedestrians in cool sunglasses"  Aye!! Love you sweetie

John Wallace Ivy Sr.
Sarah, MS
Grandpa was a "fireman" on USS Leviathan (SP 1326) It "carried US troops to Europe through the U-Boat infested Atlantic... During the course of the war Leviathan alone transported over 98,000 troops ...to Europe before the Armistace of Nov. 1918."  Firemen were literally fire stokers in those days- they fed the coal to the furnaces to keep the steam ships moving. Not a bit of glory in that billet. God bless those who keep the wheels turning.

Enoch Jefferson Ivy
Sarah, MS, USA
World War II

Albert Bishop
Mount Pleasant,Tx. U. S. A.
He served his country during World  World II in the U. S. Navy

Dave Wallace
Augusta Ga
For your heroism and bravery during the Vietnam War.  And for the years that followed.  We are a free and great country because of men like you.  Thank you.  Your friend, Carla

Charles V Hill
Bronson Fl. .
As a young man my husband went to Viet Nam,like many at that time,thru the grace of God he came home in one piece and has been a wonderful husband of 35 years,a great DAD to three girls,and a fun GRANDPA to three grand kids.We couldn't have made it with out Charlie.We love him and are very proud of our man. Love,Margie and family

Clarence Stone Jr.
Philo, Ohio.United States
My brother is a vietnam veteran. he is loved by all his family and friends

LT. Colonel Leroy O. Pratt
Oneida, New York
To my brother who died from Agent Orange Thank you for keeping us free

johhny
usa
we will miss you johnny

 

 

 

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