Wednesday, November 2, 2011

“Fallen Hero”– Some Of The Family He Left Behind

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10 comments:

  1. Please accept my condolences and thank you for sharing this beautiful family.

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  2. This breaks my heart. One can only wonder what the world has lost through the death of each of the awesome young men. This sweet family will never be the same.
    I am so proud of the Wounded Warrior Project. So many good people throughout our land support that worth cause.
    I just put up a post on my visit to WTC Memorial in NYC. I visited a week and half ago. You may like to see it.
    Thank you so much for honoring this Hero! Ginger

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  3. Thanks for sharing this marvelous tribute to a hero and his heroic family. We owe all of them so much.

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  4. What a beautiful family! My heart goes out to them in this heart breaking situation. I'm so grateful that we have young men and women who try to protect us even at the terrible risk they are up against. Each of us may have differing opinions about war but we should always be respectful and give honor to these brave soldiers. God bless each family.------- Shannon

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  5. I'm speechless. I can't find any words to tell you how much this has touched my heart. Thanks for sharing this tribute to true American heroes.

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  6. Aaron has become the face that we all see when thinking about that awful crash. I do hope his family, wife and children are doing well in such a black time.
    How were you related to his family? And how are you doing.

    Blessings,
    cindy

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  7. This is such a beautiful tribute. My heart goes out to you and all this beautiful family.

    Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog.
    CAS

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  8. What a beautiful tribute to a fallen hero. Many blessings their way!!

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  9. So sad for the loss of another hero. Your tribute in these photos is outstanding......the faces look like Americana at its best...
    Thanks Becky...

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  10. Oh, Becky, this is so heart breaking and touching. You've put together a beautiful tribute to this fallen hero.
    Bless you,
    Shelia ;)

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