Oh my darling baby boy......my heart is breaking missing you so much. I can't believe you are gone and I want you back so desperately. You are forever in my heart, thoughts and prayers. I love you so much bunches, bunches, forever and always! I used to be afraid of dying because I never wante... ...Read More
Photo of Billy added on behalf of his niece Corinne "Punky" Miller.
Colonel Arthur Thomas Finney graduated from Berea College in 1948 with a B.S. in Business Administration. He was also a volunteer fireman on campus. Born in Canmer, Kentucky, he joined the Air Force after graduating from Berea College. After a stellar career, in July of 1966 as a Squadron Command... ...Read More
I want to thank you for everything you done for us. I don't know you but you and the other soldier's are my hero. May you Rip and than you again
My tribute to Justin M. Ellsworth,
My American Hero!
My hero is a person,
Special as he could be,
My hero is a leader,
He wants us to be free,
My hero is not famous,
Only in my heart,
In this war infested world,
My hero did his part,
My ... ...Read More
My American Hero,my Son was Proud to Serve his Country.He lived life to the fullest.He knew what had to be done.He was KIA on Sept,18,2007. Along with his brothers Landry and Olson.He touched the lives of so many with his big heart.Heaven has another Hero. ...Read More
She enjoyed being in the military. She is a role model for young people because of her service to her church and country.
Honor & Remember Our American Hero Specialist Christine M. Ndururi US Army
Hometown: Dracut, Massachusetts
Christine M. Ndururi was born in Ke... ...Read More
Medal of Honor Award: Birken, Germany, April 3, 1945 - Private Wetzel, an acting squad leader with the Anti-tank Company of the 13th infantry, was guarding his platoon's command post in a house at Birken, Germany, during the early morning hours of April 3, 1945, when he detected strong enemy forc... ...Read More
I know that I am not alone for you are looking down on me and protecting me now and always ! I love and adore you and I always will ! I cherish the time that we spent together and it is the memories that we shared that I use to celebrate life. I often recall and share our stories in circles of fr... ...Read More
Harry Francis Sherman, named for his grandfather, was a bright young man who was an average American of the period between the World Wars. Raised, in a large part, by his Irish-American Catholic step-grandmother, Harry would serve as an altar boy at St. Brigid's church in Amherst, Massachusetts.<... ...Read More
Sergeant Mike Carlson died January 24th, 2005 in Iraq and was interned in Arlington National Cemetery. Unable to reach his parents, the military informed next of kin, Brother Daniel Carlson, on January 28th, 2005. Daniel read Mike's Credo at his eulogy, which was then reprinted in the Wall Street... ...Read More
Major Ralph Truitt Amoss is buried in the Cambridge American Cemetery, Cambridge, England in Plot E, Row 1, Grave 68. At the age of 21 Ralph Amoss joined the US Army from Austin, Texas on November 25, 1940. Sometime after completing basic training as a Private he was accepted for flying school, b... ...Read More
My grandad to whom I never knew, I was his namesake, so my grandmother, Marion Ells Hadley told me everything about him.
He was appointed to the Naval Academy from Moro,OR. in 1918. Commissioned Ensign 29 MAY 1922, he served on board many ships, including USS Pennsylvsnia, and USS S-27, and ... ...Read More
Thank you. You are my brother. I cannot tell you how much love and respect runs through me when I think of you. There are reminders of you in everything that I love. My son, my wife, my friends. That fact that you are no longer here is something that I do not believe that I will e... ...Read More
Gilbert A. Malrait was KIA in a mission over Bucharest, Romania on 04-04-1944. He is buried in Ronse, Belgium where each year in the Memorial weekend he is honored by a ceremony at his grave. For more info visit his tribute page http://users.skynet.be/2ltmalrait_gilbert/malraitstoryE.htm ...Read More