Recent Messages from Our Supporters

Thank you to all of our supporters for helping us Remember, Honor and Teach. Please read the messages, stories, prayers, memories and other notes written by our supporters, including the most recent shown below.
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In Honor Of
by Christine C. for Lt James "DOC" Mazzuchelli, Navy, Honored by Jacksonville National Cemetery

Son, you are always close to heart at Christmas time and always just a memory away every minute of every day. Merry Christmas in Heaven. Fly High Bud! Love Mom
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Personal Message
by Robert Gilleo for Teresa A. Gilleo, Honored by Jacksonville National Cemetery

I can't believe it has been 5 years. I think about you everyday and miss you terribly. Love you!
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by Robert Gilleo for James Gilleo, Marine Corps, Honored by Jacksonville National Cemetery

Love you Dad! Miss you everyday.
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by Vickie N. for Kenneth Nichols, Army, Honored by Jacksonville National Cemetery

My loving husband. I miss you everyday. Thank you for serving your country and taking such good care of your family. I will love you forever. Your loving wife, Vickie
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by Janet Cottrell for LeRoy McConkey, Army, Honored by Jacksonville National Cemetery

In Memory of LeRoy R. Mcconkey, LTC. USA ret. 1940-2015. The greatest love of my life .
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Personal Message
by Debra Chapman for Samuel Chapman, Honored by Jacksonville National Cemetery

I will see you again my love.
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Memory
by Lisa Mckenna for Ruth E Gibson, Honored by Jacksonville National Cemetery

In memory of the most amazing woman we have ever known...You are with your boys now. 1st LT RUTH E GIBSON, US Army, WWII, Nurse
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In Honor Of
by deanna landry
In honor of all those who have sacrificed the most. God bless you.
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Personal Message
by Timothy Denham for Stanley Denham, Cpt., USN, Honored by Jacksonville National Cemetery

This "wreath of honor" is an annual token of "remembrance" for so many "Brothers" and "Sisters", during this most Sacred Celebrated Season, who were blessed to share their youthful days, along with other American Family members who served together in our nation's military, many giving or to give their ultimate sacrifice. These "Brothers" and "Sisters" are always in our hearts and thoughts and especially at "Christmas", remembering those many "Holy Seasons" when our Brother or Sister helped us decorate the tree and share our gifts on Christmas Mornings, commemorating "His Ultimate Gift" which was, and is, and always will be, the "Nucleus Seed" which grew into this world's "only" successful "Constitutionally bound" Self-Governing "Republic of States" where, since 1789, (with cautiously "few" approved Amendments), its "people" regularly elect representatives under that "Authentic" Constitution, judging all citizens and actions equally under that Constitution! What we're bringing to remembrance here, albeit painfully in our generation, are the words quoted by our nation's 2nd President of the United States, "John Adams", who stated: "We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and *religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a "Whale goes through a Net". "Our Constitution was made ONLY for a moral and *religious people." "It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." * { "religion" and/or "religious" only meant "Christianity" at the time of our nation's founding and John Adam's (1735-1826) }. Merry Christmas!
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In Memoriam
by Terri Lowe for Benjamin Lowe, Honored by Jacksonville National Cemetery

I miss you forever.
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Prayer
by Christine Dixon for Clarence "Cass" Casterlin, Honored by Jacksonville National Cemetery

Cass, Dad, Pop - Gone but never forgotten. Thank you for your service, as well as being an outstanding husband, father, and grandpa. Love and miss you so much!!!
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by William Orvis for Charles Orvis, Honored by Jacksonville National Cemetery

Brother Buck is remembered here by Bill & Helen

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