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Remembering Our Fighting Men and Women

Army

**Now in alphabetical order**
Ro- V

Army 1- A-C
Army 2- D-H
Army 3- I-Mi
Army 4- Mo-Ri
Army 6- W-Z



In Honor of
Army



In Memory of
Army
Vietnam



In Honor of
Army
World War II
My dad did not talk about his war experiences until the last few years. He was so young during his service in Germany and France. One of his granddaughters requested he write a book about his life and war experience and he finished it just a few months ago. He will be 81 on June 19, 2004. I'm sure God used the war to help shape the wonderful husband and father that Daddy has been for the past 56 years. He taught high school vocational agriculture for over 30 years in the same school after he got a degree from Texas A&M in 1950. He was loved and admired by his students. My dad is one of the finest Christians I know. His life is marked by integrity, character, and love for God and country. He is adored, admired and respected by his wife of 56 years, his 5 children and their spouses, 12 grandchildren and their spouses, and 16 great grandchildren! What a legacy. Thank you for serving our country, Pop. Your family loves you so very, very much.

Fran



In Honor of
Army
Vietnam
Michael is alive and well!!

Karrie



In Memory of
Army
World War I
In Loving memory of my Grandpa who was a decorated soldier and Purple Heart recipient before he was even a citizen of the country he loved.
Ann



In Honor of
Army
Korean
A decorated soldier who served his country well and a man I am proud to call Dad. A true leader both on and off the battlefield (well maybe he was still on a battlefield when I was a teenager)
Ann



In Honor of
Army
Vietnam



In Honor of
Army
Korean War
My father was in the Korean war. He lived to come home, but he lost a lot of his buddies over there. These memories still haunt him.

Ronda



In Honor of
Army
Korean War
Seriously Wounded In Action By A Missle in North Korea on March 3, 1953.

Les Shockey



In Memory of
Army
Korean War
Dad, I pray that I instill in my children
the same sense of duty and
responsibility that you exhibited
by serving the United States Army.
Thank you for teaching me
the value of patriotism for this country
while still maintaining a love and
respect for the country of our ancestors.
Con mucho amor,
Angeles



In Memory of
Army
World War II



In Memory of
Army
World War II
My Step-Father was awarded the Purple Heart along with many other awards. He was wounded in war at the age of 19 years and spent more than a year in the hospital recovering. His wounds would have been sufficient for many to have been disabled but he lived a full life retiring from General Telephone Company from a supervisory position. All who knew him loved him for his gentle and Christian demeanor. He is missed by all.

Lana



In Honor of
106th Division Artillery Infantry
World War II
I would like to thank all the men and women who have fought for the freedom we have today. My grandfather is a WWII veteran and there is not a day that goes by that I do not look up to the Heaven above and thank MY LORD for keeping my grandfather on this Earth with me. He is a special person and I love him more than anyone could ever imagine!

Lindsay



In Honor of
Army
Armor Crewman
Vietnam
Dad, You have allways been my HERO every since I was a child, you have always been the man I have looked up at and wanted to be like. The Honor, Love and Respect you have taught me for my country and servicemen and women. The Selfless service that you have taught me and the Duty of Service to our Great country will be instilled in me forever, and to my children as well. I AM HONORED TO WELCOME YOU HOME, AND TO KNOW THAT YOU'RE JUST NOT MY DAD, BUT YOU ARE ONE OF MY BROTHERS IN ARMS, I LOVE YOU DAD, YOUR SON, YOUR SOLDIER, ASNF

ALBERT E. THACKER JR.



In Honor of
Army
Vietnam
Sandy: I am proud of your service and sorry for all you went through and still going through.
Cindy Towne



In Honor of
Army
Operation Iraqi Freedom
Bob as you head to Iraq I want you to know how very proud I am of you. You have grown into a wonderful young man. I love you very much.

Mom



In Honor of
Army
Operation Iraqi Freedom
Bob: I'm so proud, and thankful for you. You're such a young, brave soldier. May God watch over you and your brothers and keep you all safe. I Love You Bob! Come Home Safe!

Jennifer



In Honor of
Army
Iraq
Bob, we are so proud of you committment to our Country and our Family. We love you and pray that you stay safe and come home to us soon. We will take good care of Jennifer for you.

Love, Marian, Dave, Joey, Kendra, and Aunt Jo.



In Memory of
Army
World War II
I would like to honor my father for all the wonderful things he did for me. He fought for his country and was wounded so badly that he never saw a 'well' day the rest of his life. He took some of the bullets [schrapnel] to his grave with him. He was loved by everyone. Daddy I love you and miss you.

Lucy



In Memory of
Army
Vietnam
Don developed cancer flying through Agent Orange dust as a Dustoff Pilot (Helicopter transportation to hospital). The Army didn't expect him to live a year after treatment. He lived 30 more years and had 4 beautiful children.

Janet



In Honor of
Grampy,
if only you knew how much you inspire
me to be my best.
I love you!
Chrisi



In Memory of
Army
World War II



In Honor of
Medic
World War II



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