Cheryl, it was a GREAT HONOR to carry Nathan's flag during our walk! I only wish I would have seen Patricks flag as I would have carried his too.
As we ALL know, Nathan's father CSM John Vacho of the 88th RRC is the man who is charged with calling out our loved ones names and ranks 3 times during their funural. A task that I would wish onto no one! Yet John does it with professionalism and with the utmost respect for his Soldiers and their families.
I hope you, Noah, your Dad and your niece have a wonderful time at the Packer game tonight! I will be looking for you as I watch the game.
Ruth & Kermit ~ It was so GREAT to see you BOTH in Milwaukee at the Conference. We in the Patriot Guard value this opportunity to gather with ALL of you so HIGHLY. Thank-you for inviting us. May God continue to bless your family. Best regards, Michael Weaver, Patriot Guard, SRC, N.E.WI. ~ Army Medic, Vietnam, 1968-69 ~
Just wanted to check and see if Tuesday May 5th in the evening would work for you to join us in delievering some items to Lisa Thompson? My dad asked me to write you on here, so if you get this today let him or I know if you could make it! thanks!
i hope u remember me from the youtube i found this page and i wish i can talk with u and ur family went u want i just watch the rachael´s photos and may be silly but came to my mind this song call (tuesday¨s gone) from lynr skynr and found very emotive and i hope u can hear it respects for u and your family sir.
well yes sir thats is a fact but like u said politics has this efect in the people to put against ech other, i can tell you rigth here we are a pacefull country and dont like war at all, we feel no hate for the people of the united states or eny other country in the world we think that every coutry is equal and have the same rigths, but i dont like talk too much about politics becouse turn people mad or something like that ha ha ha , well sir i like to have friends rigth ther in the united states and talk to you more frecuently becouse i like to know more about your culture and i have this afinity whit your family becouse i never have the oportunity to know a family how have lost a son or dougther in the war, by the way wen i was a 1rst. corporal i became a platoon medic and i know how is help your fellow soldiers, so i spect to talk to you soon about many things respects for you and your family sir.
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