advertisement banner






Remembering Our Fighting Men and Women

Army

**Now in alphabetical order**
A-C

Army 2- D-H
Army 3- I-Mi
Army 4- Mo-Ri
Army 5- Ro-V
Army 6- W-Z



In Memory of
Army
World War II, Korea, Vietnam
This is for my dad and all the others that survived
but were never the same. They left productive, loving, caring
men/women and came back incomplete and angry and "different". Yes people
say but your dad survived! I say no
I was robbed of my "daddy" that I so much loved.
He turned mean and angry and hated everything.
So I say yes his body came home but his soul and spirit and heart died.
I will remember my daddy the one who I love and miss..
in rememberance of his soul.
Jeannie



In Memory of
Army
Vietnam
Larry- I think of you almost every day. You survived the war in Viet Nam and lost the war at home with cancer. I hope you are watching over your little sister Matilda forever! We Love You!
Sheila



In Honor of
Army
Korean
I love my grandfather, Gumpy. I am just now learning about the war he fought in, and I am proud that he fought for our country. I hope he tells me many stories about being a paratrooper and tells me about life during war-time. Right now, I am just happy to tell everyone how much I love him! He is very kind, smart, and loving. I am lucky to be his granddaughter. God Bless all of our servicemen.
Ellen



In Memory of
Army Air-Force
World War II
My Dad was a medic who fought in the Pacific Campaign in Okinawa,New Guinea and The Phillipines. I was born in 1943 and he didn't see me until I was 3 years old.I am 62 years old and my Dad will always be what an American soldier who was brave,honest and loved his country.

Darby Diana Beattie



In Honor of
Army
Iraq
His four year old nephew was very proud of his Uncle Nate. In fact we are all very proud of Nate.
Catrina & Kenny Bertelson



In Memory of
Army/1st Arty-8th Msl Bn-BtryA
Even though Wayne didn't die while serving in a "war" he was a good person and deserves to be remembered. He died in a motorcycle accident while serving with the US Army at Bolo Point (Yomitan) Okinawa. Such a young life wasted. Remembered with great fondness.



In Honor of
Army
Vietnam
I am very proud of my Dad for serving our country!

Wendy



In Honor of
Army
Korean War
A true witness of what it means to be a proud American!!
Pamela



In Honor of
Army
Korean War
I'm proud he's my father.
Lizabeth



In Memory of
Army
Korean War
My Father fought in the Korean war.
It was only after his death in 1996 that
we received his medals. During his tour of duty
he earned the silver star, the purple heart,
the korean war medal, the bronze star.
His gold cross riffles. My Father loved his country
he served from 1951 to 1962 very proudly.
He always taught us to love our country,
respect our countries flag,
and to stand with our hands over our hearts
and our mouths shut for the presentation of colors.
His wonderful guidance has developed a
strong respect in me for my country.
I refuse to go to our home football games because of the
disrespect of the flag and the disrespect during the
presentation of the colors.
Dad, I remember you, I miss you, but I know that you are
always with us, looking down on us,
your spirit is always present.
I will always love you Daddy.
Love Carlyn



In Honor of
Army
Vietnam
MSG Robert S. Brett served his country with honor from 1955 until 12/31/1979. He spent most of his career in the Army Security Agency. He still loves this nation, and he is our hero.

Lovingly, his wife, children and grandchildren.



In Memory of
Army
World War II
Deceased. 100 percent disabled veteran. Died in the Edward Hines Veterans Administration Hospital, Hines, Illinois.

James R. Brown, Jr.



In Memory of
Army, Engineering
World War II
My Grandfather died on the Fourth of July, this year. He was such a great man. Boy did he love to tell his war stories. It was always exciting to learn those little pieces of history. His company was honored this year for the lives they saved way back then. I am glad that he was able to attend the service before the end. Even though I only knew him for a short time, I love him. And I am sorry that my kids will never know him.
God Bless America
Jill



In Honor of
Army
Vietnam
Harold Buchanan proudly served his country in the Vietnam conflict from August 1967 throught March of 1969 as an Army E-4 (specialist)....we that know him are proud of him and rejoice in the knowlege that our country has men like him that will stand up and fight for our freedoms!
Laura



In Memory of
Army
World War II
My Dad served in the Army in the European Theater during World War II. He was taken Prisoner of War during the Battle of the Bulge and spent four months in German POW camps and almost starved to death before being liberated. Dad earned a Purple Heart, Bronze Star, and POW Medal, among others. Dad was a Christian man, a good husband, father, and grandfather. We miss him very much!
Theresa



In Memory of
Army
World War II, Korean
Our Dad was a truly dedicated Officer of the United States Army! He served for 45 yrs up until his death from lung cancer. He was a very loving and devoted Christian Dad who always loved his family and always had God as the head of everything that he did in life! Dad I love you and I miss you very much!
Your loving daughter, Brenda



In Memory of
Army
Vietnam
Wayne, We will never forget you and love you dearly.

Your Loving Mother,Sisters Carol,Cathy and Patty, brother Curtis



In Honor of
Army
Vietnam
Thank you for serving our country. It takes BRAVE SOLDIERS! The people of the USA treated the Vietnam soldiers like garbage. But alot of us really did SUPPORT you and STILL DO! Happy Memorial Day!
All our love, The Reichert's



In Memory of
Army
World War II
He served his country well. He loved America and all it stands for. We miss you Dad. You will always be remembered.
Madeline



In Memory of
Army
World War II



More Memorial Day Activities

Memorial Day Main Page
Memorial Day Word Search
Memorial Day Maze- Easy
Memorial Day Maze II- Medium
Memorial Day Maze III- Tough!
Memorial Day Poems
Memorial Day Links