Birth: Oct. 9, 1925
Death: Apr. 1, 1945, England
Donald's parents are Charles and Hazel (Hammond) Gamble. He is a direct descendant of Myles Standish (GS #86,222), George Soule, William Brewster, Francis E...
MERITORIOUS ACHIEVEMENT IN THE PERFORMANCE OF HIS DUTIES WHILE SERVING AS AN INFANTRYMAN, COMPANY A, 1ST BATTALION, 5TH MARINES, 2D BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM, 2D MARINE DIVISION, II MARINE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (FORWARD) IN SUPPORT OF OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM 04-06 FROM 7 MARCH TO 15 JUNE 2005. LANCE COR...
Your strength and honor has carried many of us through this always difficult time without you.
I miss my son more than words can ever express! But I know he loved what he was doing--kicking a55 and taking names!!! I do everything I can to keep his memory alive!! Started the "Elk Horn, Iowa-RUN FOR THE FALLEN" in his honor and will do it every year until I am physically unable to get out ...
FLO William M. Thieme was KIA in a mission over Bucharest, Romania on 04-04-1944. More information on the tribute in his memory http://users.skynet.be/2ltmalrait_gilbert/thiemestoryE.htm
To the young man that lived a lifetime in just more than 25 years -you gave me another family. Thank you for your sacrafice, drive, and enthusiasm for life. You have an amazing family that truly shares you - each and every time we talk I get to know just a little more of you, Joe. It is becaus...
How do you begin a tribute to honor a perfect person and a perfect son? I may be biased but I find very few people with the following qualities. Smart, personable, kind, compassionate, talented, handsome, generous, loyal, strong, and responsible.
As a proud father, I found out through ...
Leon Vern McGaver was born to Joseph and Myrtle McGaver on June 26, 1924, in Fairchild, Wisconsin. He was a loving son, a fun loving brother to five siblings, and friend to many; however, Leon was never able to become a husband, father, or grandfather as his life was taken May 2, 1945, on Okinawa...
I paid tribute to him.
His name is Robert J. Ritchie from Connecticut.
THIS IS A TRIBUTE TO MY UNCLE WHO I WAS NEVER PRIVILEGED TO MEET BUT HIS MEMORY IS A PART OF OUR FAMILY HISTORY. HE DIED YOUNG AND HAD NO CHILDREN OR SPOUSE. I JUST WANTED TO DO SOMETHING TO MAYBE KEEP HIS MEMORY ALIVE FOR THE FUTURE GENERATIONS IN OUR FAMILY.
From Sis's kids
There hasn't been a day I haven't thought about you since August 3rd, 2005. Because of your sacrifice for this country, my life and millions of others have better lives. While there is nothing more many of us would want than to hang out with you again, I am honored beyond words to be in the fortu...
Dan will always be missed and remembered.
Missing World War II Soldiers Indentified
Thu, 28 Jul 2011 14:02:00 -0500
The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced Monday that the remains 12 U.S. servicemen, missing in action from World War II, have...
I never met Sgt. Craig Frank but I know his wonderful parents and, through them, I felt the pain of the loss of this remarkable young man. He served our country with honor and bravery. Thanks are not enough to express the depth of my gratitude for his ultimate sacrifice for my freedom.