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Remembering Our Fighting Men and Women

Army

**Now in alphabetical order**
Mo-Ri

Army 1- A-C
Army 2- D-H
Army 3- I-Mi
Army 5- Ro-V
Army 6- W-Z



In Memory of
Army
Vietnam War
I was ten years old when we buried Chelene
as he was known to most of us.
I always looked up to him and saw him as a big brother
even though he was my cousin.
I still have the picture he sent me
because I had gotten all A's on my report card
and his last words written to me. Remember me always.
As long as I can I will make sure that you are remembered
and the sacrifices you made for us.
Melissa



In Honor of
Army
World War II



In Memory of
Army
79 Division 313 Infantry
World War II



In Memory of
Army
World War II
To our beloved Dad and Pop-Pop-
We will always remember our very special times together.
You gave so much to so many.
Thank you and may you always rest in peace.
Ginny, Jack, Julie, and Gina Passetto



In Honor of
Army
Gulf War II- Iraq
Denise



In Memory of
Army
Vietnam War
We love and miss you dad.
From your 6 army brats.



In Honor of
Army
Korean
I LOVE YOU DADDY, AND I AM SO PROUD AND SO THANKFUL THAT YOU FOUGHT FOR OUR FREEDOM,AND BECAUSE YOU DID YOUR GRANDCHILDREN AND GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN LIVE IN A FREE COUNTRY,AND ARE FREE TO MAKE CHOICES FOR THEIR LIFE. THEY LOVE YOU VERY MUCH AND WILL ALWAYS HOLD YOU DEAR IN THEIR HEART. GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS.

Your Daughter Kay



In Memory of
Army
Vietnam
A wonderful nephew. Loved by all who knew him.
Robert



In Memory of
Army
Korean War
DJ Peters



In Honor of
Army- 1SG/Finance Corp.
Vietnam
We Love You So Very Much Papaw and Are Proud of You and for Our Freedom!!! MAY GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!

From Your Granddaughter, Desiree



In Memory of
Army
Professional Photography
We Love You Daddy and are Proud of You. You are always in my thoughts, heart, and mind. Even though I don't remember you you will always be in a Special place in my Heart! We will be reunited in Heaven one day and what a glorious day that will be. Until then I LOVE YOU DADDY!!! In Loving Memory of Thomas Pomeroy the Best Husband, Son, Uncle, Brother, and most of all DADDY!!!

Your Daughter, Desiree



In Memory of
Army
World War II
Grandpa, I miss you very much. I know you are up there watching over us since Ami died. I love you. P.S. Tell Ami we miss her too.
Mandy



In Memory of
Army
World War II

Cindy



In Honor of
Army
Vietnam
Uncle Gordy was not only a Vietnam soldier, he is the BEST UNCLE in the world! The army needed BRAVE STRONG men like him in Vietnam. They got him and returned him safely! We thank the Lord for watching over him. Have a Happy Memorial Day!

All of our love, Kristopher, Natalie, Kody, Colton and Carly



In Memory of
Army- PFC- E3
Vietnam
Artie began his tour of duty on July 27, 1967. He was shot down in Binh Dinh, South Vietnam on September 2, 1967. You will always be remembered.

Your cousin, Shari Lee Hartman-Cook



In Memory of
World War II



In Memory of
Army
World War II- Korea
Daddy,
Thank you for being there for us and for our country,
for instilling us with a sense of patriotism, fairness, and honor.
I pray that you rest in peace.
Betsy



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