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Remembering Our Fighting Men and Women

Navy


**Now in alphabetical order**
A-L

Navy 2- M-Z



In Memory Of
Navy
World War II
My father-in-law



In Honor of
Navy and Air Force
World War II and Korean



In Honor of
Navy
Korean War
He is the nicest man and the best friend in the whole world. He looked great in his navy uniform.

Hedwig



In Honor of
Navy
Vietnam
Here's to all you've survived.
Tiffany and Marvin Blanchard Jr.



In Honor of
Navy
Desert Storm



In Memory of
Navy
Vietnam
Mortie Carl Brashaw is our great- grandfather. He enlisted in the Navy when he was too young, therefore he had to have given them an age that was older than he was. He became a Chief Petty Officer, and was in the SeaBees in the South Pacific. He did not return home from World War II. We visit his grave on Memorial Day to honor and remember him.

Kelley and Ashley



In Memory of
Navy
World War II
In memory of my Dad...he served aboard the USS Pensacola during WWII. He was the best Dad anyone could ever ask for. I miss him so much. When my mom died,he moved in with my daughter and I. I will treasure that time forever. My daughter grew very close to her grandpa. He was proud to serve our country. Anchor's Away Dad..Love ya

P. S Thanks for coming to me in my dream the other night. I know you are watching over me!

Margaret



In Memory of
Navy
Korean War
This is in memory of my father and he is still very much missed by all of our family.

Pam



In Memory of
Navy
Vietnam
Lonnie spent nine patrols on 2 different FBM Submarines durning and after the Vietnam war. He spent 23 years in the service of his country. He died September 24, 1987 with service connected disablity.

Faye



In Honor of
Navy
Iraqi War
Congratulations on everything that you have accomplished and are currently doing. Remember that we love you.

Christal



In Honor of
Navy
World War II
My beloved husband entered the Navy at 17 and served on the USS Ticonderoga. Like many WW2 veteran's he is losing so many of his friends. We do this to honor him and his comrades. His love of God and Country makes us proud every day.



In Memory of
Navy
Vietnam
Wayne, you are missed so much, and not a day goes by that I don't remember you and love you.
Your Mother.



In Honor of
Navy
He is my dad. We are learning about Memorial day
in Homeschool as well as other
Federal Holidays.
I am proud of my dad.

Kayla Curry



In Honor of
Navy
War on Iraq
Sheila, I am so proud of you and your accomplishments. Don't forget your grandpaw is watching over you. Come home soon!

God Speed, Semper Fi, Aunt Polly



In Memory of
US Naval Seebees
World War II
My husband, William E. Embry, Jr., who I dearly miss, served with the 63rd U. S. Naval Construction Battalion from 1942 until 1946, twenty-six months of this service was in the South Pacific during World War II.

Our children and grandchildren also miss their Dad and Poppa very much. He is missed especially during the holidays, birthdays and special events such as graduation exercises, awards programs, etc., that all the grand children are involved in now, he would be SO proud of all their accomplishments, I think, even more so with the grandchildren than he was with our own children, and that would be a lot.

However, we know, that life continues as long as there is love and there will always be love in our family for this wonderful husband, father, grandfather and true American who left his earthly home on December 20, 1996, for his eternal home.

Rosetta



In Honor of
Navy
Vietnam
My Dad served the war in the Navy, however served his country in both the Navy and Airforce. We love him so much and want to honor him!!!

Christine



In Memory of
Navy- CB
World War II
Dad, My Father was a proud man, and a good provider for his family. He did not speak of his experiences during the war. I know he endured some pretty horrific things during his tour, things the average person couldn't even imagine. I know my Dad is watching over his granddaughter that is currently fighting for our freedom in Kuwait. Thank You to all who have served this Great Nation. I am Proud to have served in the Marine Corps for my Family and country.
Semper Fi, Polly



In Homor of
Navy
World War II
Dad served on a destroyer in the Phillippians as a radioman. At 90 he is still very proud to have served his country.
Karen Horne Clark



In Honor of
Navy
Korean War



In Memory of
Navy
World War I



In Memory of
U.S. Navy
World War II



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