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Spec Carl Allen Eason
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Birth: May 24, 1977, USA
Death: Oct. 23, 2006
Baghdad, Iraq

Spc. Carl A. Eason of Lovelady, Texas graduated from Lovelady High School in 1996 where he played football as #74 for four years, participated in track for three years, lifted weights for three years and was a Regional Qualifer. He was an outstanding high school athlete, but the sports he loved best were football and weightlifting. Carl was on the winning Lovelady Power Lifting Team coached by Berlyn Wedgeworth. worked hard at his studies and besides athletics, he participated in FFA. He was named FFA Greenhand and won the Farmskills Award. He was a fireman with the Lovelady Volunteer Fire Department and was employed as a crane operator before entering the military. While serving in Iraq he was working with the MITT team when the vehicle he was riding in struck the IED. According to his friends and family, he loved his job and he loved his country and he was doing something he believed in. He died in Baghdad, Iraq, from injuries suffered when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle at age 29.

Army
4th Battalion
27th Field Artillery Regiment
2nd Brigade Combat Team
1st Armored Division
Baumholder, Germany 
 
Burial:
Evergreen Cemetery
Lovelady
Houston County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: Elizabeth Reed
Record added: Oct 25, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16322358
Spec Carl Allen Eason
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Tread lightly, This is a soldiers grave, Who fought in a Foreign land,Not afraid when freedom called they raised their hand, Giving their life they were buried in a simple mound; And yet to folks like you and me It should be Honored Ground.
- Carol Johnson Hoch
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- Mike Endress---Alabama-USA
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