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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In Honor Of
by KaMisha Hickman for Tyler Creamean, Honored by Fairview Cemetery

I miss you so much. We miss you like crazy. Forever our Hero. The Ultimate Sacrifice. Thank you for not being selfish. I am so thankful that I joined and had the pleasure of meeting you even though our time was short. I love you, always and forever. Your Wife and Son, KaMisha and Tarves.....
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In Memoriam
by JoyAnn Robinson for Howard Clay Roseberry, Honored by Evergreen Cemetery

My wreath is in memory of my maternal grandfather who served in WWI. He was injured on the battlefield in France, carrying the bullet in his body until the day he died. The war impacted his life, much like it does so many of our returning veterans of today. He suffered from "shell shock", yet went on to have a wonderful family and successful business.
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Personal Message
by S Jayne Buchholz for Camilo Guerrero , Honored by Fairview Cemetery

Dear Camilo, We miss you so very much, but find tremendous comfort in all the wonderful memories of the time we shared. We love you and are so grateful for all the ways you touched our lives. Love, Jayne, Chay, Theo and AJ
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In the Name Of
by Jean B. for Clarence Taylor, Honored by Fairview Cemetery

Clarence Taylor.
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In Memoriam
by JoyAnn Robinson for Howard Clay Roseberry, Honored by Evergreen Cemetery

My wreath is in memory of my maternal grandfather who served in WWI. He was injured on the battlefield in France, carrying the bullet in his body until the day he died. The war impacted his life, much like it does so many of our returning veterans of today. He suffered from "shell shock", yet went on to have a wonderful family and successful business.

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