|Marie Fitzgerald (#47676126)|
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I am the author of Emily's Robert E., a book about how loss of life affects survivors. It's not JUST another military book, nor is it another love story. What it is is a tool to help survivors accept the loss of a loved one who was serving in the military. In December of 2013, I published another book, "From Yellow Ribbons to a Gold Star" which is the biographical account of a young Marine who was killed 19 days after his 22nd birthday in the war in Afghanistan.|
My son and I visit Ft. Smith with frequency on account of having family living nearby. I am also a veterans advocate and as such, my son is a very civic-minded youngster. He decided we needed to adopt somebody at the FSNC. So though we have no blood family resting here, we stop by to pay respects to our adopted Marine.
I look at our National Cemeteries as opportunities to teach the next generation(s) about respect, history, and love for our country.
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|Your Lifes History||Donald Hanyen|
I just connected your grandfather to your great grandfather. I would be very happy to transfer their memorial pages to you. Just let me know.
I read your bio. Thank you for all you are doing. There are MANY people in this country who need to learn to respect all the men and women who have and are serving to protect all of us!
I am an older army brat who lived in many states across the US and in Europe while growing up. I guess until you have lived in another country, people cannot truly appreciate what our country has! Freedom being number one. Anytime I see soldiers in uniform, or hear the Star Spangled Banner, whether in a parade, before a ballgame, etc., I still get emotional. What a wonderful country we live in. God has truly blessed us.
Thank you again!
|LDR||RE: Steve Morgan|
Yes, the cemetery you selected is in Bedford County. Just go down to the bottom of his memorial and click on the cemetery "edit" button and when the next box pops up, click on cemetery and another box pops up so you can enter Tioga Point and hit enter. Two Tioga Point cemeteries will be displayed. Click on the cemetery of Tioga Point that is in Bradford County and enter.
Added by LDR on Apr 28, 2015 11:19 AM
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||Jennie Clementi, Willoughby Memorial|
Thanks for your effort at photographing Jennie's marker. I'm grateful for your help.
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