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Name: Army Capt. Nathan R. Raudenbush

Age: 25

From: Earl Township, Pa.

Assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Stewart, Ga.

Incident: Army Capt. Nathan R. Raudenbush died Feb. 20 in Baghdad, Iraq, of wounds sustained when his vehicle encountered an improvised explosive device.



Died: February 20, 2008


Family: Fort Stewart soldier killed in Iraq

The Associated Press

DOUGLASSVILLE, Pa. — Family members say a Fort Stewart, Ga., solider has been killed in Iraq.

Relatives say 26-year-old Army 1st Lt. Nathan Raudenbush was killed Feb. 20 afternoon in southern Baghdad. He was patrolling in a Humvee destroyed by a roadside bomb. Two other soldiers were injured.

Raudenbush was the son of Brian and Mary Raudenbush of Earl Township. He was a 2001 graduate of Spring-Ford High School in Royersford, Montgomery County.

Brian Raudenbush says his son was a longtime member of the Boy Scouts of America, and enjoyed distance running and golf. He is survived his wife, Casey, and their 20-month-old son, Jackson, of Port Wentworth, Ga.


Pa. soldier killed in Iraq posthumously promoted

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DOUGLASSVILLE, Pa. — A soldier from Pennsylvania who was killed in Iraq...

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Nathan R. Raudenbush
BY Anonymous on May 28, 2013
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Nathan R. Raudenbush
BY miyembro on May 14, 2008
  Your sacrifice will remain in our hearts for a lifetime,

with intense gratitude. May God bless you and your family.

Rest Safely and Securely in God's Loving Arms.

We cherish too, the Poppy red

That grows on fields where valor led,

It seems to signal to the skies

That blood of heros never dies.
 


Prayers & Condolences For:
Nathan R. Raudenbush
BY Anonymous on Mar 20, 2008
  American Soldier---They ask him why he's leaving, why he's shipping off to fight. They fail to see what's on the line, all their freedoms, all their rights. Comprehension is beyond their grasps that someone's got to go. Because he knows that if he dies in some far off foreign land, that his valiant efforts may save lives of his countrymen, family and friends. And that girl's picture in his pocket, though he now longs to hold her, will forever be carried in the heart of this true American Soldier.
 


Prayers & Condolences For:
Nathan R. Raudenbush
BY Anonymous on Mar 20, 2008
  Empty Boots~~Dog tags hang over boots laced up, a bayonet stabs the ground. Kevlar perched on a 16 butt, fellow soldiers gather around.~~Warriors in their battle gear, weapons at their side. Bow their heads as words are said, to honor those who died.~~An American hero gave his life defending Libety, the price he paid was gladly done for country and family.~~These boots do not support a body or soul. No more they'll run for cover or some loved one dear to hold.~~As one by one, soldiers pass, this tribute to their own. Thoughts fly to their families across the foam.~~Now salute, as TAPS is played, blink tears out of your eyes. The ache you feel inside your heart is Freedom's painful price.
 


Prayers & Condolences For:
Nathan R. Raudenbush
BY Anonymous on Mar 19, 2008
  A life well-lived doesn't end any more than the music ends. It echoes through time with the whipers of beauty and grace. If we listen, we can hear the encore with our hearts, for the song plays on, just as love lives on. Just remember that grief cannot take away the happiness you shared, sorrow will fade in time, but love remains forever.

Deepest and heart felt sympathy,

Nikki Coan

Louisville, Ky. U.S.A.
 


Prayers & Condolences For:
Nathan R. Raudenbush
BY Anonymous on Mar 19, 2008
  Remember me in your hearts, in your thoughts, and the memories of the times we loved, the times we cried, and the times we laughed, for if you always think of me, I will never be gone.
 


Prayers & Condolences For:
Nathan R. Raudenbush
BY Anonymous on Mar 19, 2008
  Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day, unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear.
 


Prayers & Condolences For:
Nathan R. Raudenbush
BY Anonymous on Mar 19, 2008
  The tide recedes but leaves bright seashells on the sand, the sun goes down but the gentle warmth still lingers on the land. The music stops & yet it echoes on in sweet refrains....for every joy that passes, something beautiful remains.

Deepest Sympathy,

Norma Coan

Louisville, Ky. U.S.A.
 


Prayers & Condolences For:
Nathan R. Raudenbush
BY Anonymous on Mar 19, 2008
  In the quiet moments when the hurt is hard to bear

may love become your shelter. And may the beauty of precious memories be your comfort.

I am so sorry for your loss,

Stevie Coan

Louisville, Ky. U.S.A.
 


Prayers & Condolences For:
Nathan R. Raudenbush
BY Anonymous on Mar 19, 2008
  There beside a grave she stands. A folded flag clutched in her hands. A silent teardrop on her face, her brave young child, has entered grace.

She does not hear the sermon said, just memories run through her head. The child she held so long ago, the child with faith she let go. The child who heard the nations call, and in the end gave it all. Without fear or thoughts of self, thoughts of freedom and little else. The bugle sounds TAPS in the wind, a mournful song it does send. A reminder to us all, that for freedom this price was paid, and her sweet young to rest was laid.


 


Prayers & Condolences For:
Nathan R. Raudenbush
BY Anonymous on Mar 19, 2008
  Submitted in Memory of Captain Raudenbush with his family in mind.

Love and Gratitude

The agony is so great....and yet I stand it. Had I not loved so very much, I would not hurt so much. But goodness knows I would not diminish that precious love by one fraction of an ounce. I will hurt and I will be grateful to take the hurt, for it bears witness to the depth of our meanings, and for that I will be eternally grateful.

Peace, comfort and butterfly kisses to you all.
 


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Adam D. Jones

Happy Birthday, Adam. You are missed so much every minute of everyday! XOXO ~143~ You will forever be in my heart and on my mind. Love always, Tammy


Laurie Cobb

She was my 3rd and 5th grade teacher. Today I'm 32 and still think about her. She was the best teacher ever. From her hair children stories to her bubbly happiness and kindness she spread. I'll never forget her. She was the teacher who had lunch with the kids in her classroom so everyone had someone to be with. She made my school experience amazing. I will never forget her.. I love you Mrs. Cobb. Sincerely, Forever in my thoughts, Alyssa (Viau) Capone


Larry E Polley Jr

SPC Polley died almost two decades ago so I don't know if this message will be seen. In honor of Memorial Day, my agency hands out cards with names of those who have fallen. This year, 2023, I received the card for SPC Polley and was inspired to look up more on him. I am thankful for his service and sacrifice. My condolences to his family. He is not forgotten.


Paul C. Holter III

Miss you brother


Alex D Gonzalez

Love you and miss you always. Since you been gone it has been hard for everyone. I know you loved what you did, and I want to thank you for our freedom. If I can have you back home and safe living your life man everything would be different. No matter how much money they would offer me I would rather have you alive and home. Money comes and go so it's not worth losing you.


Christopher D Young

hello my name is Jesus Vega I would like to give my condolences to Christopher's family and friends, I served with him in Iraq and slept in the same quarters. I have many fond memories of him. I have never forgotten his sacrifice. I would like to share that the greatest memory I had of Chris is that he would speak highly of his mom and how much she meant to him. Chris was a strong minded person and looked out for other. He was kind and friendly the he made friends with everyone. Chris was truly a great man! I sincerely apologize for not sharing sooner. but would like to express that Chris's memory will never be forgotten! though he is not with us he will always be in spirit! If this message gets to Christopher's mother I she could know she raised a great man and for that I thank you.


Jose E Ulloa

Ricky you are still in your family's hearts.


John Michael Roy Curwin

I'm doing a work assignment for school and think he should be included.


Derek L. Shanfield

Heartfelt Sympathy on the loss of your son - Semper Fi.


Marisol Heredia

Dear Marisol, You are Loved Forever...Jeff


John Charles Jenkins

In hope for your soul to be safe and in peace forever, God hold you in your wings! Amen


Todd Beamer

Your courage exceeds the unimaginable.


Steven Paul Chucknick

peace be with you


Geoffrey Perez

thank you for being in our lives, you i got to see you right before you left and i feel so blessed for tour ultimate sacrifice brother. Rest in paradise


Linda Jones

Praying for peace and serenity. God bless you as you travel this difficult path.


Kristopher J. Gould

Miss you everyday buddy. Look forward to seeing you again, one day.


Kristopher J. Gould

Thank you for making the ultimate sacrifice, Kris. You are missed.


Deora Bodley

rest in peace


James David Parker

I knew James David Parker as "Dave" when he lived in Solon Ohio. We met when I moved into town from out of state. He and his group of friends were a year or two older than me. Dave was a bright beacon of hope and joy to me. I was an unsure young man in a strange place. Dave introduced me to many people and ensured his friends always saved me a seat in the lunchroom. I have fond memories of him and his friends during that time. I doubt so many people would have been as wonderful toward me without Dave's incredible kindness. I've never forgotten his kindness. I hope to be able to pay it forward someday.


Tyler O. Griffin

Condolences to the family. Freedom is not free, it cost this man's life. Thank you is not enough. Grieving is not enough for your loss though it is all we have, the Sandoval Family


John A. Hofer

Alicia... he ALWAYS talked about YOU and how much he loved you... I am so sorry HE was IS an amazing friend!!


Michell Lee Robotham

Saying prayers for you and your family today. I remember working with you in Land O' Lakes, WI at the bank and the fun times we shared. Sandy V


Karen Sue Juday

So very sad,l am so sorry. Rest in peace.

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