May the peace of our Lord Jesus Christ cover you and your family. We are so sorry for your loss and love and thank you for your service to our beloved America. I also pray for a special covering for your widow, Alyssa.
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Cesar your in god's care now RIP. Prayers and blessings for your family in this difficult time of sorrow. Thank you for the ultimate sacrifice for your country.Thanks for the many fond memories playing soccer with the oceanside breakers!
I never had the pleasure of meeting you, but I saw the way Katie's face lit up when she was with you. My thoughts and prayer are with her and your family. Thank you for everything you have done, as a marine and as a husband. God Bless.
Corey is my husband he is my world and he is truly missed by me and his two daughters Marina and his new baby girl Rae. Corey never got to meet Rae. But she knows who he is she is 6 moths old and all she says is dadadaCorey I love you so muchyour wifeJennifer
Although I don't know you Walter, I love you like a brother and would like to thank you for your services. You have the courage that many of us today lack. Through your efforts you have made a difference in this world and anyone who has known you should recognize that and be proud.Thank you and much love to you and yours.
It is still so hard to know that you're gone, we love you and miss you so much! So proud of you and WOW, is all I can say about the community and how they stepped up to honor you. I have a whole new respect for you, the marines and the PGR group. You were and are so loved, you're home and resting now my dear cousin!! You'll always be in our hearts!! P. Dycus
Edward, thank you so much for the sacrifice you paid for our freedom. To the parents of this brave soldier: My prayers are with you through your time of sorrow. Your son is a Hero and that is how he will always be remembered.
Cid was one of best men I have ever had the privilege to know. I learned many things from him that include, but not limited to, being a good corpsman, being a leader of men, speaking with integrity, being a good friend, and how to be a man. He was great man. I enjoy telling "Cid Story's" with friends that knew him. Thanks Cid for all the life lessons, the good memories, and for always having good advise for me when I needed it.Every Guinness is still for youPaul Feely
I want to thank Eddie and his family for his sacrifice so that we could be free! God Bless You, Eddie!
My heart goes out to his family, so sorry you had to lose him so soon. It's hard to lose our young men and women to war, but it hits harder when it's at home. The Riverside area will miss him.I will be out there on the Hwy waving my flag in your honor! Thank you again and bless you!
So proud of Marine Lance Cpl. Edward Dycus. Proud that he had the courage to enlist in the Marines. Proud that he was willing to fight for the freedom of all Americans as well as others around the world. I am so sad that he had to pay the ultimate sacrifice for his service but I am so very thankful for all he gave.
To the Dycus family, his fellow Marines, and his friends, my heart goes out. I have kept you all in my prayers during this incredibly difficult time. Know that you are not going through this alone. I am proud of Greenville and Washington County for the support they have given your Hero. We no longer live there but share your pain as well. I wish you God's speed. I have seen the memorial video and had to giggle at his spirit and his smile. Keep these things with you always! God bless you all.
Words cannot express our sorrow, and thank you seems so inadequate. Your willingness to serve our country will never be forgotten, and your memory will live in the hearts of the MS Delta. Thank you for giving your all. Sending prayers for your family and friends.
I am the wife of a Army soldier. I am the mother of a Army soldier. I watched my son go to a foreign country. I waited everyday to hear his voice or see him on Skype. Thank you for your service to our country. You are a very brave soldier that did his country well. God bless you and keep you in his loving tender arms. Prayers and thoughts go to your family. Love to all.
There is no greater tragedy than losing a child. My heart breaks for your family, but I know that Heaven has another angel watching over us. May God grant you peace in abundance as you go through this season of grief. Teri Ramsey
From the Parents of SGT. Sean M. Walsh, in Chicago, Illinois Don & Marge Walsh: Are prayer are with Sean's family. Our Sean, nickname "Sean-e-o" served in Iraq in the 933rd MP Company for two years and is now back in Chicago, Married and sends his prays to Sean's Mother and Father in Ca. Your son in in our hearts.
My condolences and prayers go out to the family of Lance Cpl Dycus. He made the ultimate sacrifice to which we are so very grateful. Freedom has a cost which he paid for us and it's my prayers that God will carry you through this time and that you may feel His comfort with this painful void.
Eddie was a true hero. He was an amazing person and my condolences go out to his family. I know he is in a safer place now, watching over and still protecting us from above. You will never be forgotten, sweet boy.
God Bless you! There is special place for you and others like you! I'm honored to be from the same hometown. Although we never met, I hope you felt the outpouring of respect for you that our town has put out. May your family find peace in knowing that you were out there protecting your country with pride! we are grateful for your sacrifice.
I grew up in Greenville, my son is a Marine and just got home from Afghanistan......He is at Camp LeJuene......I share your worries and sleepness nights......As a parent, BE PROUD! All his "brothers" would have traded places with your son without fear. You raised a HERO and He stood for us all! Pain and tears will linger on, but His pride will never be discounted. He gave His life for what He believed, now live Your life for that! Thats what He would want. My heart goes out to You and your family. Semper Fi :)
dear aaron i still think about you all the time, i dont think ill ever forget you even though sometimes i wish i could. if not for meeting you id maybe find true happiness again. since our time togeather, ive never been able to find anyone to love as much as i loved you. i still see you and greg pulling up to my house, the day you came home from boot camp to tell me you were dumb for leaving me and i was all you ever thought about. i still see you at a football game were you insited we be togeather. i still smell your green curve bottle that always sat in the front seat of that awful mavrik. valintines is comeing soon and all i can do is remember kims pagota with the heart table. at christmas i remember the year i helped decorate your tree with your family and i also remember the year that i did not. im sorry i couldnt sit by your stone this year but i live so far away its almost impossable. i promise that when i return to visit that i will be there. the thought i have most is what if, what if you had come home alive and we were togeather, would we be togeather now? i suppose ill never really no. all i can say is i love you so much and miss you so badley it aches. xoxo aaronyour girl always, anonymous
There are no words to express the gratitude, Thank you doesn't seem enough. You gave your life to protect people like me and my two kids. You died for our freedoms. You paid the ultimate price for strangers. And now you join the others who have gone before you. Hearts and prayers go out to the Dycus family. May God place His comforting arms around you at this time. Know he will never be forgotten. My heart is saddened by the loss of such a hero..... but my heart also swelled today as Greenville pulled together to honor this hero. From the bottom of my heart Eddie, Thank you for your service and for your ultimate sacrife for our Freedoms.
As a parent, I can not imagine the worries of knowing my child is in harm's way in a foreign country, so far from home. To have the worst happen has to be unimaginable pain and loss.I pray the Dycus family have peace in their minds and pride in their hearts for raising such a special person. Thanks to Edward and all military for their daily sacrifice in their service and the ultimate sacrifice by those lost in protecting our freedoms here at home.
I just wanted to send up a BIG THANK YOU to Edward Dycus for risking his life to save our lives here at home in the USA. You were and still are a brave young man. You would have been so proud of your home town today. I know that you were looking down on us all.
Thank you Lance Cpl. Eddie Dycus for your courage. Even thou you have left this earth to be with to good Lord above, you will always be remembered down here on earth for your outstanding job.
Thank you Lance Cpl. Eddie Dycus for your courage. Prayers to your family and friends, may they find the strength during this difficult time. Your home town "Greenville" was there today to welcome you back home. RIP
Dear Hero,You gave your life so we could live in freedom and peace. We are very thankful for your sacrifice and your family's sacrifice.May God bless your family with comfort and strength in the difficult days ahead.
MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH THE DYCUS FAMILY IN THIS TIME OF MOARNING I CANT IMAGINE WHAT THE FAMILY IS GOING THROUGH AND IM PRAYING FOR HEALING THANKS EDWARD FOR SERVING YOUR COUNTRY AND GIVING US FREEDOM!!!
I just want to thank Lance Cpl. Edward J. Dycus as well as every other Soldier for your service to our Country!!!! I am SO VERY SORRY to Edward's MOM, family & friends for suh a SAD LOSS. My prayers are with you all. R.I.P. Edward.
Me and Hawk think about you many, many times during the day. It still doesn't seem real, it still seems like you should be here. I know you're safe and hanging with God, but there's a LOT of people who wish you were still here on earth with us. Your family, your Sarah, are doing pretty good, they all love and miss you terribly, we all do. Keep an eye out for us and meet us at the gate when it's our time.
Thoughts and prayers are will you and your family. My husband Jay was stationed with your husband and has such fond memories of Phillip as a young boy. Great memories...May God bless and keep you and bring you comfort as each day passes. God Bless, Deb Strong
My heart breaks for a beautiful life gone too soon and for your family left behind. It always seems so trite to say, "Thank you for your service and sacrifice", but Thank You anyway. I understand that men and women such as you secure my freedom. I will be forever grateful. I will never forget your name. I pray God brings comfort and peace to your family. Semper Fi!Schari Bibb, Texas Marine Mom
No words can say how much we thank you and your family for all you have done for us .....May you rest in gods love now and may his arms embrace your family with peace and love ......You will never be forgotten
You are forever engraved in my heart Phillip. Your Mama is strong and vigilance. She will see that you are never forgotten.. You are a Hero. God Grant Peace to your loving sweet wife Sarah and your beautiful family who miss you.. Semper Fi Son.. Always.. Dee McNeal Houston Tx
I was at the 9/11 site today and ran across your name at the memorial site. I was taking photo's and I wanted to put a face with the name. You might be gone but never forgotten, and always in our hearts.
Thank you for your service to our country. I pray that God moves in the lives of your family members to keep them close in this time of grieving and that they all keep their eyes on our Lord Jesus Christ and look to him for the same love and courage it took you to give your life for your country. Thank you Joseph, you are an American hero.
With a heavy heart I have been trying to sum up my thoughts, courage, and feelings on Philip. The little boy that I met when he was almost 4 to the young man he became. Oh how we laughed at some of the comments he had made…”well they are”. So many sweet memories of the boys of Pease Drive, all of the boys playing together, TMNT, running through the sprinklers, playing army, going to the base pool, and family bbqs. . Philip deciding he wanted to go to UNL and coming up to Bellevue for the weekends…the boys coming to my house to watch the Husker games and all of our red themed food. Philip asking for a (red) beer…me telling him when he turned 21. Oh how I wish I would have given him that beer now. Philip was my “Go Big Red” buddy. Whenever the Huskers played and I knew Philip would be on Facebook I would update the scores for him just as his mom did or vice versa. The instant messages we had about either how good they played or how bad they sucked. Philip and I had talked before he left and he said he wouldn’t be able to come to a “Husker” party this year but could he come and bring his wife next year and would I give him a red beer if he made it up. Well first game this next season we will have a Husker party with our red themed food and I will have my red wine and Chuck will have a “red” beer for the biggest Husker fan that has walked this earth. Rest in Peace Cpl Philip D McGeath you will never be forgotten and always in our hearts…GO BIG RED!!!!
Thank you Phillip! I had the privilege to know you the last several years and want to thank you for serving this wonderful country and for being an outstanding person! My prayers will go out to you and your family and you will be missed!
Words cannot describe how much you meant to me. You were there for me when i was born and even picked out my name. Thanks uncle. May Allah grant you jannah and may all your prayers and good deeds be accepted. I love you so much and its so sad to see this happen to you :'(