Recent Messages from Our Supporters

Thank you to all of our supporters for helping us Remember, Honor and Teach. Please read the messages, stories, prayers, memories and other notes written by our supporters, including the most recent shown below.
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Personal Message
by Catherine Laue for Cole Black, Navy, CAPT, Honored by Miramar National Cemetery

CAPT Cole Black...you will never be forgotten!
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In Honor Of
by Carolyn J.
Dad (Col. William S. Jackson) you will always be my hero. You served this country for many years through hardships, ups and downs but always with pride. Thank you for your legacy.
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Personal Message
by Ismael E. for Randall Johnson, Army, SFC, Born 03/20/73, Passed On 09/27/07, Honored by Arlington National Cemetery

Randy, there isn't a day I don't think about you. I miss you and still cannot believe you are not here. I wear your memory bracelet in memory of your selfless service and sacrifice to our nation. May you rest in eternal peace.
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In Memoriam
by Lamoureux for Victoria Lamoureux, Air Force, Honored by Arlington National Cemetery

In memory of Victoria R Lamoureux, Friend, Wife, Mother, USAF Veteran, 24 April 1960 - 2 May 2019.
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In Memoriam
by FINOLA K. for JOHN O'CONNELL, Marine Corps, Honored by Calverton National Cemetery

John was a very special man who was taken from us far too soon. He was one of a kind and I will forever miss him. Rest in peace Johnnie, I love you.
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A Tribute
by Jaime Salome for Allan, Kathy, Patricia, Bill Coats, Bruyere, Becker, Palafox, Honored by Arlington National Cemetery

Kathy, Allan, Bill, and Patricia, thank you for all the time you volunteer here at our beloved Miramar National Cemetery. Our entire staff appreciates what you do for us every single day. We make this donation in honor of your service to hour country and for the many hours you spend here helping veterans and their families. God bless all of you.
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In Memoriam
by Melissa M. for Arthur Coats, Army, Honored by Arlington National Cemetery

Dad, you didn't speak much about your service but you served for more than twenty years. I am proud to be your daughter and I miss you very much. Melissa
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In Honor Of
by Judith M.
My late Uncle Joseph Daughney Army National Guard and my living brother John Vernon Courtemanche US Army
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In Honor Of
by Sandy Ardis-Buerhaus for Jack Neal Ardis, Jr., Army, Private, Served From 1944 to 1945, Born 03/06/20, Passed On 06/29/86, Honored by Arlington National Cemetery

A quiet man, strong and resilient with numerous medals and presidential awards who died of White Lung building the Liberty Ships at Bethlehem Steel after Normandy, The Ardennes Battle of the Bulge in Germany. A true American.
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Memory for Orazio J Astarita, Born 09/01/24, Passed On 11/06/13, Honored by Arlington National Cemetery

Of our dear brother- in - law, uncle, and great uncle with heartfelt gratitude
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In Memoriam
Of Will Hatcher and good friend and Harley rider.
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Memory
by Martin Simoni for Richard J. Simoni, Born 08/25/33, Passed On 05/19/96, Honored by Arlington National Cemetery

In memory of Lieutenant Colonel Richard J. Simoni, US Army. I miss you Dad! Martin Simoni (Son) US Navy Veteran

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