You don't know me and neither do I, but we share the same first name. On May 26 2012, I will go to New York for the first time in my life.
The 9/11, I was 11 years old and i was at school, they brought us in the gym where there were two Tv's broadcasting the news. I was so sad.When I saw, Ben Laden dead or alive on a cover page, I told my mom, I wish he died. I wish none of this ever happened.
When i'll go to New York, I will visite Ground Zero, and i'll put a rose near your name (N-74).
Rest In PeaceJessica Willett Chapignac (French Canadian)
I went to Riverside Polytechnic High School with Clayton. He was such a heart throb. I am not sure if he knew my name but we all knew his. Even as a teenager Clayton showed leadership and great promise. I am so sad to know he is gone. He was really a good person. We all miss him.
BECAUSE OF MEN LIKE CHRIS DAVIS WE ARE AFFORDED THE OPPORTUNITYTO MAINTAIN FREEDOM AT HOME AND AT LEAST THE CHAŃCE TO CHANCE TO SPREAD DEMOCRATIC ARCHITECTURE TO SO MANY WHO DO NOT ENJOY THE OPPORTUUNITY TO LIVE IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY. CHRIS MAY NO LONGER BE AMONGST HIS DEVOTED FAMILY AND DEAR FRIENDS BUT HIS COMMITED SOUL EVERLASTS ON THE ALTAR OF FREEDOM OF THE COURAGEOUS MEN AND WOMEN WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE.. WE BLESS HIMAND THOSE WHO MISS HIM MOST.JANA SUSAN PALEY
I LOVE YOU COUSIN ! I MISS YOU AN I KNOW YOUR GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN ! i wish i could see nique more but hey atleast i got a chance to grow with u! i always see that beautiful smile and that gorgeous laugh!!
I'm going to speak in front of Senator Patty Murray next week David. No one should be treated or mistreated the way you were or the way that many of our returning heroes are being treated. Please know that you ARE a hero to so many and will never be anything but a true American hero!
Also, please continue to look after your folks and sister. Even with your dad not working, they need your daily love and support. 5.5 years later, less than a month before 6 years, I still love and miss you. Thank you for being my hero.G
To my Joanne,There is not a day that goes bye that I dont think of you,and the great life we shared together for 12 wonderful years.I will see you,and love you once again on the other side.Love Ian,Your Fiance.
As I arrived at Marble Fall to meet family I notice the crowd of people in the street waving our American Flag. At frist I thought of a holiday, but then I saw a half flag at the bank my heart stop...OMG OMG I didn't know this solider that we just lost but that day I met a hero they gave so much to us...Our Country, His Country. I will remember you and the day we recieved you. As you passed us by Pfc.Payton Jones I prayed for you as well for your family. You will always be in our hearts, your in God hands now Rest in Peace.
I love you so much big brother. I am so proud of you and everything you have accomplished. It's absolutely amazing how many peoples lives that you have touched. We have such a great community and we are overwhelmed with tons of support. We will honor and remember your name forever. I know you will look after all of us and your two wonderful children who miss you so much. Rest in Peace Jesse James because you deserve it.
Mike it's coming up on three years & I'm still waiting to see your face, I really wish I had been there to change the way things went down.Rest In Peace my Brother..!Hold that spot down for meYour brotherStaff Sergeant. Perry Cocaine J.
My name is Austin Elmore im 17 years old i have cystic fibrousis as well and have faced death when i was a lil baby alot i hear about this new drug im sorry for your loss i would like to meet youu and tell you in person and talk to you about how much this means to all kids and adults about cystic fibrousis so if you could just email me at (Email Link) thank you
Michael I wish I had a chance to get to know you better, so many people speak so highly of you...Your smile, humor, honesty and caring ways will be missed by all. Although our hearts break, we find comfort in knowing we will see you again...someday.
Joanne,My sweetheart,There is not a day that goes by that I dont think of the wonderful life we shared for twelve years.You are in my thoughts everyday.My heart will not be complete again until we are re-united in heaven.I love you.Your Fiance,Ian.
Christine, I still get tears thinking about you, you are so missed....But now when I visit where you fell I can wipe a tear from my eye and touch it to the water that flows under you name, and I know you are feeling the love, and that gives me some peace.
I miss you so much Robbie. Some days it doesn't seem like its real. Not a day goes by that I don't think about you though. I love you so so much. You were the best big brother a girl could have. You were always my hero and still are!
I found a picture of Lee's dog tags via Hawaii Army Weekly. I want to send my heart felt condolences and thanks to Lee's family and friends for the ultimate sacrifice that has been made. God Bless America! (More Info)
Tara, you were and will be my battle buddy. I miss your laugh, your sense of humor, your loyalty and your presence. In life it is rare to come across true friends and miss that about you. We had a great time in Korea and we remained in touch until your deployment. I never would have thought I would never see or hear from you again. God has made his choice and called you home, rest and please be waiting for me at the gates. Luv ya sis.
Praying for Peace in the Valley for this family. Captain Nicholas S Whitlock touched many lives that are anonymous to his family & friends because he touched everyone he met in his daily walk of life with his bright smile & joy of life. Many are saddened and brokenhearted over the loss of Nick all around the World. I pray each person that loved him find a special way to honor him by improving their own life someway. Aspire to be like him. What a better world we would have. Never forgotten Captain Nicholas Whitlock. We love you.
You all were such a testimony to all people within viewing distance, with your steadfast faith and grace. May the Lord continue to hold you in the palm of His hands. In remember Capt. Nicholas Whitlock, I thank the Lord for your life, Nick. Faith and Family and Friends-you were true to all and touched thousands of lives. Thank you for your genuine love for our country and your ultimate service. As you took your ultimate flight homeward, we stand and gaze upward and say, "See you soon, Airman. Job well done!"I promise to keep your loved ones in my prayers!
I will never forget you or the sacrifice you made for our country. The pain is still as fresh as the day it was announced. Reality is so hard to accept and still hasn't set in. Missing you dearly my friend.
Condolences to Capt Whitlock's family and friends. Our hearts and prayers go out to you! We thank Nick for his service to our country. My husband is riding today with the Patriot Guard for Nick as he is taken to the Funeral Home in Newnan. It is an honor for the PGR to see Nick properly escorted home !! RIP
I wanted to thank you for giving your life for my freedom. Without our troops this country wouldnt be free. As an airman's wife, I give you all of my respect and beyond thankful for you! Your family and friends are in my thoughts. Thank you again Airman and may you rest in peace. Huaaaaaaaaa :)
You left your home town and your best life, and went to a faraway place to bring freedom to those who did not know you and didn't appreciate you. Just like Jesus.We praise the Lord for your total and complete sacrifice. Now you and Jesus, together. Thank You Jesus for Captain Nicholas Whitlock's sacrifice - You were his best example.
Thank you for serving our country. It is people like you who make it possible for us to be free and live the American Dream. May Gods grace and love forever hold you close. I also pray that God watches over your family during this time of sadness and brings them comfort knowing that you are with him.
(PRAYER) Lord, I know hearts are hurting right now, but Father I ask if you would just be in the mist of this situation. Father God, be with the families, when every one has left and they are faced to make the unimaginable decisions. Father God, hold their hands and wipe their eyes when the tears begin to fall. Father God, reassure them that in the dark time, you are still with them. Father God, give them strength, give the courage and Father give the peace. Peace in there hearts to know that Nicholas has done his deeds on this side and is rejoicing on the other side. And Father God, let them remember the good things Nickolas has done and not allow the enemy to fill their hearts with depression. For weeping may endure for a night, but joy WHITLOCK Family comes in the morning. All these things, I ask, in your son Jesus name I pray, AMEN!!
-Pamela R. Smith Class of 2001 of Newnan High School
I knew Captain Whitlock well. He loved his wife and loved his country. He was a true patriot and hero. Nick always had a smile on his face and was a true friend to many. I pray that his lovely wife one day finds comfort. God Bless America.