Fallen Heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom

Remembering the servicemembers who died in the service of their country.

Army Staff Sgt. George T. Alexander, Jr.

34, of Clanton, Alabama.
Alexander died at Brooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio, Texas, of injuries sustained in Samarra, Iraq, on October 17, 2005 when an improvised explosive device detonated near his Bradley Fighting Vehicle. He was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Benning, Georgia. Died on October 22, 2005.

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"As I sit here reflecting over the past 12 years thanking God for getting me past your death into my future. Alexandria is getting ready to graduate from high school and off to Fashion Design School. Time has really flown. She misses you."
Victoria Madison of London, U.K.

"Fred'rica, I lost my husband at 40 and based on your posts and the posts of your children, this was a MUCH loved man. What are we on earth if we don't touch a life and it seems he TOUCHED MANY LIVES both in the military and in his personal life. My husband died 23 years ago and it gets easier but you never forget the pain. I still cry but know that he protected this country and will continue protecting you and the babies you two made from Heaven. Bless you and yours."
Cynthia Edmondson of Fort Benning, GA

"Ann Spence, 1/Sg Edward Whetstone is from your part of the country. Goodwater, AL"
1/Sg. Edward Whetstone of Fort Benning, GA

"My husband, a 30 year vet says Family stand down. Let his children whether legitimate or not respect and honor their father. These days that is what children need. Their father was taken away from them by this country. There is no disrespect in speaking of him and loving him. Your Dirty Laundry puts a sour note in THEIR lives in which he still lives."
1/Sg. Edward Whetstone of Fort Benning, GA

"I have no problem with the mother of his children making her post. Too many children in this country have lost their fathers to war. These kids need to know they had a father to be proud of, a father that gave his life for their freedoms and the freedoms all Americans enjoy. I am sure he wasn't worried when he made them and I am also sure that they only reason those that don't want it known are not respecting their brother and his offspring which insure that he still lives. Kudos to you kids, be proud. You have a hero as a father and let it be known that you love him and will miss him but follow in his footsteps of heroism. Not necessarily in war but making this country the best it can be."
Cynthia Edmondson of Columbus, GA

"We had some good times bro. I just wanted to say I'll never forget you brother"
Jari Townsend of Panama City Florida

"I just now found this website. I served with SSG. Alexander while in Aco 1/15INF Ft. Benning, GA. My prayers and thoughts to the Alexander Family. God Bless."
Matthew Herrick of Omaha, NE

"It has been 8 years almost 22 Oct is fastly approaching. Life has changed so much some for good and some for bad. Alexandria and Jsai are growing like weeds. They have so much of you in them it is not funny. Jsai is a splitting image accept he is lighter but none the less they are both your images. We all miss you. We all struggle with the love that we have for you. It is funny you touched and blessed two different households and now that two have become one. Fina and I are such great friends who would have known it. We love and miss you so much and wish you were here everyday for the children. Alexandria is such a gorgeous little lady now and needs her dad to keep the hounds off. She had a crush on a little white boy named Sam "stopping rolling over in that grave of yours you are going to mess up the dirt :) it has passed. She told him that I said she could not have a boyfriend until she was 16 so he moved on. God I miss you. Until we meet again in the heavenlies and stop chasing around those angels LOL. Always your baby momma. That always made you laugh when I would say that. Thank you for such a blessing and joy. The gift that keeps on giving.

P.S. Thanks Corey some things are left for the air."
Victoria Madison of Baltimore, MD

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Henry J Smith of P.W.C Foundation of monroe la

"Man oh Man its been seven years and Im currently In Afgahnistan, and as I think about my brother felling sad and really needing a pick up, I decided to visit his memorial page..Now alot of people say that they knew Train but this was my brother from another mother and I am sure some of you women remember me or us..I cant believe you little Heffas use my brothers memorial page to air out his dirty laundry..and to make it worst all of you admitted to knowing he was a player "so why r u dummies mad"..Now please respect his page and let sleeping dogs lay..If he was the father of your kid and you want them to meet their family use technology and find them... if not continue living your life as you have been for the last seven yrs..My brother nor his family deserved that..Seriously now you wondered why he never married any of you..Respectablly Corey!!!Train Boi I needed that laugh.. Thx Bro I will Never forget u soldier..And for the dumbtihs that refered to my brother as being in hell..remember he died so ur stupid ssa could post that "holeass" Sorry Fam no disrespect!!!"
Topnotch of Afganistan

"Ssg A, i cant explain in words how much you meant to me as my squad leader, you always pushed us hard and taught us to to do the right thing. You will never be forgotten!!! Red Dawgs!!!"
Spc Stephen Seals of Denham Springs, La

"Alexander!!!!!!!!!!!! I am soooooooo sorry to have learned of your passing so many years afterwards. :-( You & I were battle buddies in boot camp. Even though you were a few years younger than me, I have always credited YOU with having taught me so much in life. Yes, the Army made me run, but YOU "taught" me HOW to run! You & me were the fastest runners in the whole Company! Dayum! I miss you, Bro!!!! You and I ALWAYS stayed in touch. You always called me when you were back in garrison. All of a sudden we lost contact. I have been searching for you EVERYWHERE! I look on facebook all the time, and even sent friend request to people I was sure wasn't you, but perhaps they could lead me to you. TODAY, I googled you and was horrified to learn that YOU had passed away! Dayum! I am sooooooo pissed off! I wish I could have traded places with you for just that moment, and spared your family the grief! I remember you always had trouble pronouncing my name (Aguilar) so you started calling me "Agee". Perhaps, in Gods way, he kept us connected by laying you to rest in a cemetery of the same name. . . ? Wow! What a coincidence. . . I Love You ALWAYS & FOREVER, Brother!!!!!!!"
Michael A. Aguilar of Kansas City, KS

"Daddy, Granpa is gone. I hope you are together. I miss you both."
Alexandria Alexander of Baltimore, Maryland

"Hey Daddy,

I am growing up. I am 11 years old. I go to Fashion Design School and one day I will be a fashion designer living in another country. Mommy says I have a style of my own and so does my teachers. We were with Jsai and my other mother in December. They laugh alot saying you would be shocked that they are so close but I am glad that they are. We have fun together. We miss you though. Sorry I have not wrote to you but I just found the website again. I read all the stuff on it. I am sad at you."
Alexandria Alexander of Baltimore, Maryland

"To the family of:George T. Alexander
I am so sorry for the loss of your love one. My heart cries out for you in your grief and you have my thoughts and prayers. He died a hero defending freedom. May you have the peace and understanding that only comes from God. Prayerfully we will all meet in Heaven one day where we will rest in the arms of Jesus. If you need prayer or need someone to talk to, please call or write my pastor: Rev. John Pearrell 11677 Brown Bridge Rd., Covington, GA 30016. (770)787-1015.
Your friend in Jesus Christ, Polly Ballew Covington,Ga""

"Happy Birthday Daddy. We miss you. I am going to see Jsai tomorrow and my other mother. We miss you. Granpa George will be there too."
Alex of Baltimore, MD

"Daddy

I miss you and love you always"
Alexandria Alexander

"Happy Veteran's Day!!!!!!!!!!
Hero gone, but not forgotten.
R.I.P."
LaShawne of GA

"Excuse Me Sir,
The young ladies didn't put his personal business out on the Memorial. The young ladies was only showing him some love on the Memorial. If you go back and reread all the messages that was sent by these young ladies, you will see that his Baby's Mother started all of this drama. She didn't want other women to leave messages to George, she got jealous and found out, she wasn't the only lady or the only Baby Momma that was in his life, while he lived. And told how he wasn't a great father to her daughter and how she had to take him to court for child support. She made him look like a bad father and person. The young ladies only replied back to let her know she was wrong, for starting this mess and putting his personal business out, for all to read. Please direct your comments to The Baby's Mother ( Victoria ). Thank You"
LaShawne of GA

"I knew Alexander from Fort Stewart Ga. Cco 2/7 INF 1st PLT. I was the first person to welcome him to the platoon and we hit it off just great, because we both was from small towns, him from AL and me from GA. he didn't know much about the Bradley so I showed him the ropes and A- train became a great BC. We also was roommates for about 9 months when I was waiting on my family to arrive from Fort Lewis, I am the one that gave him the name A- Train. The way he ran and still smoked. That was something else. he will always be with me. He is a great person and friend. It was hard for me when I heard about his passing. My family and I attended the funeral and I never got the chance to say good bye. And I want because you are still with me. For the young ladys that wrote messeges. If you loved A Train the way you say you would not be putting this dirty laundry out like this. 1SG Bailey, Joseph aka (Joe B) Fort Rucker, Al"
1SG Bailey, Joseph of Fort Rucker, AL

"Happy Birthday
Remembering you on your Birthday and Always. You are truly missed. R.I.P."
LaShawne of GA

"I don't appreciate how my sister is being played. My sister loved this man, and she was true and faithful to him, while they were in this relationship, even when they were apart, She believed he was getting a divorce and that they would be a family. My sister knew of his family. We all knew his son, we never met the daughter, he spoke of her often and showed us pictures. My sister never had the chance to meet his family in person, he would always ask her to go to BAMA with him to visit his family, she did'nt feel right meeting them, because he wasn't divorced yet. Plus, my sister was also in the Military and was not able to travel with him, like he wanted her to do. My family and I had hope to meet his family, once he got his personal issues in order. We all knew, loved and cared for him. He was loved by my Dad, Mom, And the whole family, whenever he came to Carolina to visit my sister, he was treated like family. It hurt so bad, when we was told he was hurt and killed in Iraq. I also, visited my sister at Fort Hood many of times, that's where I met him. He always showed me a good time, when I was visiting Texas. My family and I have photos of him and all of us together in Carolina, GA, and Texas. I called him Brother-In-Law. We had hoped that once he was finally divorced, they would be married. I'm upset that he misled my sister, other women, and my family. I don't hate him. I still love and miss. What's done in the dark, will come to the light one day. R.I.P."
Your Almost Sister-in-law of NC

"Happy Birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!
I miss You " Big Daddy ""
Tonya of GA

"OMG! It's not that serious. I knew him and I met him at the club in GA, he said he was a single father of 2. We exchanged phone numbers, we party hard and he went home with me that same night, we shared a special moment. I knew when we met that night he was a player, I wasn't looking for a serious relationship, just having a nice time, with a nice guy.We had fun together, he was a great joker. He made me laugh all the time. He could dance his butt off, he knew all the old and new dances, whenever we would meet up at the club, we had so much fun. He knew how to have a good time. We shared a romantic relationship for a long time, before he was deployed to Iraq. He was a player, so what. I'm not mad at him, he did what the women in his life allowed him to do. And he did it very well. R.I.P. Big Daddy"
Tonya of GA

"TO HIS CHILDREN,KAT, LASHAWNE,AND VICTORIA. AND TO ALL THE OTHER WOMEN THAT WAS IN HIS LIFE, THAT WAS KEPT HIDDEN IN THE DARK. I'M TRULY SORRY IF I SAID OR DONE ANYTHING TO HURT OR OFFEND YOU. I DIDN'T MEAN TO HARM ANYONE. I JUST WANTED TO SHOW MY LOVE TO HIM. HAPPY BIRTHDAY AND R.I.P."
of NC

"I knew Granddaddy. I also know Fredrica, we all was stationed at Fort Hood together, we all was in the same Unit and we work together, side by side each and everyday, until 1999. He and I played ball together almost everyday. He met her in the gym.We all got stationed in different states, we still kept in touch with each other. He led her to believe he was getting a divorce and they would be as one. Just like you and all the other women in his life, he kept all of y'all in the dark. I'm sure she didn't mean any harm to you or his kids. Granddaddy had a thing for light skinned women, so he fell for her hard. He called her redbone or lil red. I'm so sorry for all the hurt and pain that he may have caused you and other women in his life. But, don't blame her or dump on her. I knew about the child that was born and died and the four miscarriages. I was at the hospital when the Baby Girl was born. He was there too. Don't judge someone if you don't know the whole truth or the facts. Granddaddy was like my best friend at Food Hood, I don't hate him, I just hate he hurt a lot of women, who really loved and cared for him. R.I.P."
B.F.C. of FL

"I DIDN'T MEAN TO HURT OR TO OFFEND ANYONE. I WASN'T TRYING TO HURT VICTORIA, I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW ABOUT HER, OR ANY OF THE OTHER WOMEN. I DID KNOW HIS SON VERY WELL, I WAS STATIONED IN FORT HOOD FOR 5 YEARS.I DIDN'T KNOW HIS DAUGHTER, HE TALKED ABOUT HER AND HE NEVER SPOKE ABOUT VICTORIA TO ME. LIKE I SAID BEFORE I WAS STATIONED IN KOREA, WHEN HE WAS KILLED. IT DOESN'T MATTER WHEN I STARTED LEAVING MESSAGES, EVERYTHING I SAID WAS THE TRUTH, I HAVE NO REASON TO LIE ABOUT ANYTHING. AND I HAVE PROOF AND CAN PROVE EVERYTHING THAT I HAVE SAID. I'M SORRY HE DIDN'T TELL VIC ABOUT ME OR OTHER WOMEN. THAT'S NOT MY FAULT. I DIDN'T SAY I HAD 4 KIDS. I HAD ONE BORN 5 MONTHS EARLY AND I HAD 4 MISCARRIAGES. THAT'S WHAT I MEANT BY 4 LOVED AND LOST. I ONLY WENT BY THE THINGS HE TOLD ME AND LED ME TO BELIEVE.A LOT OF THINGS I DIDN'T KNOW AND FOUND OUT LATER ON AS WELL. VIC CAN'T GET MAD OR UPSET, WHEN OTHER WOMEN LEAVE MESSAGES. THE OTHER WOMEN ONLY KNEW WHAT THEY WERE TOLD AND LED TO BELIEVE. THEY TO, THOUGHT THEY WERE THE ONLY ONE. AND TO KAT, I'M SORRY IF I HURT OR OFFEND YOU, I KNEW NOTHING ABOUT YOU AND HE NEVER MENTION YOUR NAME OR ANYTHING ABOUT YOU TO ME. I JUST FOUND OUT ABOUT YOU, WHEN I READ THE FALLEN MEMORIAL. TO ALL THE OTHER WOMEN THAT WAS IN HIS LIFE, THAT OTHERS DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT, I'M SORRY IF I HURT OR OFFEND YOU."

"Vic asked me to read the site and see if she was wrong for responding. I asked her to delete her remarks but obviously she cant. I do understand what she is saying. Fre'drica she only asked if you would respect the kids. You have been writing since 2007 I do not see any remarks made to you which suggests that she does not care what you write. You then repeatedly speak of her child who you don't know and then makes thing worst talks about four other children. If you read these posts you know that her daughters class googled him last year. Possibly you would think that if it happens again they will see that you said you had "4" children by him. I don't think it was too much to ask. She and Alexander had not been in a relationship since her daughter turned one year for those that suggest she still has it for him and she is married. She does not want her child hurt and I do not think that is too much to ask. She knows he was foul and yes she did have to take him down for child support and he got busted in rank for not responding to the courts. Her daughter had not spent much time with Alexander just once a year when he dropped her off to his mother. He might have been a good father to your "4" children but just maybe not to hers for whatever reason. Once she no longer wanted to deal with him he kind of dropped out of the picture. This has gone too far and now all these people are responding sheer madness. I think you meant to hurt her when you wrote your message because this is the first mention of "4" children. I was glad that she moved on because she deserved so much more than him and for all others she is a grown up."
of Fort Stewart, GA

"lmao. He was a joke. I cant believe the military was paying this n**** to run around and screw all these people. Baby mother asked to respect children, others admit to having sex with him. He must have been a prize. I bet it is hot where he is. I am glad that my daughter does not know him. I will tell my friends to get their laugh on off of these stupid n******. Kids are better off without him at the rate he was going he could not afford all the other little bastards that would be coming behind them."
of LR. Ar

"Dont dump on Victoria after reading all the posts it appears the other young lady was trying to get things started. She has a point, his children will read this site one day and wonder what kind of father they had. She only asked that the person stop leaving indept messages. I don't think she is wrong and she is not saying not to love him. She is saying use discretion as I read these messages I wonder what kind of person he was and his lack of respect for women. I read all the messages and it does appear the other young lady was baiting a situation especially how descriptive of his vehicle and all. Who has to describe the insides of a person's vehicle to say I miss you or I love you. You others that has decided to share your views you claim that her remarks were not necessary but you shared yours so maybe you should all grow up. Victoria I will pray for your kids that they will have a better role model."
Mother of a fallen soldier of Fort Huachucha, AZ

"I TO, KNEW AND DATED GRAMPS, THAT'S WHAT I CALLED HIM, WHEN I MET HIM IN GEORGIA. AND WE SHARED A SHORT AND SWEET RELATIONSHIP FOR A BRIEF TIME. AND I KNEW OF SOME OF THE WOMEN IN HIS LIFE, NOT ALL. THATS WHY I STOP THE RELATIONSHIP, HE HAD TOO MANY WOMEN IN HIS LIFE FOR ME. I WANTED TO BE THE ONLY ONE. BUT, HE HAD OTHER PLANS. REST IN PEACE GRAMPS."
LASHAWNE, GA

"Victoria, you are a grown woman. This page was not made for you to hash out your issues, with other people or women. It seems you wasn't the only one. he had a life and a past that you and nobody else knew about. Please not leave anymore harsh messages. Let him rest in peace and stop the madness. You got all this drama started, now ended. It seems to me, you are the one who needs to grow up and move on. I also, knew George and I called him Granddaddy."

"AND FOR YOUR INFO, I DIDN'T CHASE HIM. HE CHASED ME. I MET HIM OCT. 1994 AT A GYM, IN FORT HOOD, TEXAS. HE WAS PLAYING BASKETBALL.HE LOVED PLAYING BASKETBALL. HE CAME UP TO ME, STARTED CONVO AND GAVE ME HIS NUMBER. AND WE CONTINUED OUR RELATIONSHIP, WE LOST CONTACT, HE FOUND ME AGAIN, AND WE STARTED SEEING EACH OTHER IN 1996, I WAS STILL AT FORT HOOD, TEXAS. AND IN 1999 HE GOT STATIONED IN GEORGIA AND I GOT STATIONED IN NORTH-CAROLINA. AND WE BOTH TRAVEL TO VISIT EACH OTHER, BEFORE HE WENT TO IRAQ AND I WENT TO KOREA. WE WOULD CALL, WRITE, AND EMAIL EACH OTHER. ONE OF HIS GOOD FRIENDS CALLED ME AND TOLD ME HE HAD GOT KILLED. SO, SPEAK ON WHAT YOU KNOW. I GOT PLENTY OF PROOF AND CAN PROVE HE WAS IN MY LIFE FROM OCT. OF 1994, UNTIL HE DIED. STOP TRIPPIN AND GET A LIFE. YOU WAS NOT THE ONLY ONE, OK"

"WHEN HE PASSED I WAS STATIONED IN KOREA. I COULDN'T JUST UP AND LEAVE MY DUTY. THAT'S WHY I WASN'T AT HIS FUNERAL. AND IT WASN'T A YEAR BEFORE I STARTED LEAVING MESSAGES. YOU NEED TO CHECK YOUR INFO, BEFORE YOU SPEAK ON THINGS YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT. HE HAD MANY PEOPLE, THAT CARED AND LOVED HIM. SORRY, YOU WASN'T THE ONLY ONE. AND HE DIDN'T HAVE TO TELL YOU ABOUT HIS OTHER LOVES OR RELATIONSHIPS, THAT WASN'T YOUR BUSINESS. AND YOU WAS NOT HIS ONLY BABY'S MOTHER. MY CHILD WAS REAL AND SHE WAS BORN JUNE 10, 1995,5 MONTHS EARLY AND LIVED ONLY A SHORT TIME. I HAVE PROOF AND I CAN PROVE IT. AND LOTS OF PICTURES OF HIM HOLDING HIS DAUGHTER IN THE HOSPITAL, AT FORT HOOD, TEXAS. YOU MOVE ON AND YOU CRAWL BACK UNDER A ROCK.THIS WAS NOT THE TIME OR PLACE, TO VENT PERSONAL ISSUES. IF, YOU WAS A REAL WOMAN OF GOD, YOU WOULD HAVE NOT STARTED THIS DRAMA ON A FALLEN HEROES MEMORIAL. I FIND IT VERY HARD TO BELIEVE, YOU DIDN'T KNOW HE WAS MARRIED, THAT'S A LIE. AND FROM WHAT I KNEW AND SAW, HE WAS A GREAT FATHER. STOP ALL THIS DRAMA AND LET HIM REST IN PEACE. YOU WAS NOT THE ONLY WOMAN IN HIS LIFE, THERE WAS OTHERS. GROW UP AND MOVE ON. JUST BECAUSE YOU DIDN'T KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT HIM, HIS LIFE, OR HIS PAST, DON'T JUDGE ANYONE. GOD KNOWS IT ALL AND GOD KNOWS THE TRUTH."

"SSGT Alexander was going to marry my friend "Kat". She was at the funeral and she knew his family well. She meet you "Victoria" at the funeral. Yall talked for a while outside. It seems like he had a lot of issues because he lied to a lot of people. He was my friend. We were stationed together at Fort Benning. He was good at the game that is all. He played many. Now let him rest in peace because no one got him. He died with all his issues alone. R.I.P. A-train"
of Fort Benning, GA

"I had a baby by a man that did not tell me that he was married. I had no desire to have his child but he begged me to. I did not find out he was married until after he was dead big difference. I left him because he would not get married and I did not want to live in sin any longer than I had. I made a choice and I chose God. I think some of what you say is lies and that is why you I wrote because some of the times that you claim you were with him were lies furthermore, you did not begin this stupid writing until one year after his death. If you were so connected where were you. I don't recall seeing you at the funeral or sending all this love. Bottom line get over it. Plus you speak on his kids. What makes you think he was a great father he was not. I had to fight him in court for child support that is why I said leave things that you know very little about alone. Crawl back under your rock. I am sure there is another soldier in your little small town to chase after."

"I'm a Mother of a Fallen Servicemember. I enjoy reading the messages from other loved ones, families, and friends. Victoria, this page is for remembering our servicemembers who died for their country, not for personal messages.To the other young lady, I understand your feelings. After my son was killed in the war, I found out I had a Grandson I knew nothing about, until after my son died. My son had other Loves And Relationships, I never knew of. I found out things I didn't know and he never shared with me. It was as though he was living a double life. And still today, I'm finding new and different info from his past. Our children don't always tell us everything or sometimes not even the truth. Each day will bring new and old info about our servicemembers, some may hurt and some will make you smile, deal with it and move on, life is too short, we are not promise tomorrow. Young lady, leave your messages, leave them short, simple, and sweet. With Love,Grace, and Respect for all. The only one who can judge us is GOD. Be Blessed."
Fallen Servicemember's Mom of OK

"HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY
REMEMBERING YOU AND ALL OUR MILITARY MEN AND WOMEN, WHO SERVED AND STILL ARE SERVING OUR COUNTRY. THANKS, FOR ALL YOU DO. I DIDN'T MEAN TO HURT OR TO OFFEND ANYONE. I WAS ONLY SHARING MY THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS TO HIM. WHEN WE MET OCT. 0F 94, HE SAID HE WAS SINGLE. WE LOST CONTACT AND A YEAR AND HALF LATER, HE CONTACTED ME, SAID HE WAS SEPARATED AND GETTING A DIVORCE. GET THE FACTS BEFORE YOU SPEAK OUT ON SOMETHING YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT. THIS WAS NOT THE PLACE, FOR YOU TO BRING UP THIS TYPE OF SITUATION. I WILL RESPECT HIS CHILDREN. AND YOU ARE RIGHT, YOU DON'T KNOW ME. IF YOU WAS SO CONCERNED ABOUT HIS WIFE AND SON, WHY DID YOU HAVE A BABY BY A MARRIED MAN. R.I.P."

"I do not know who you are but please grow up and move on. If you love him know that one day his real children will read this blog and be hurt. They do not deserve all that you are writing and his name does not have to be dishonored or mudded through his memorial. He was a married man and the father of TWO children allow the world to view him as such."
Victoria Madison of Baltimore, Maryland

"HAPPY FATHER'S DAY HONEY
JUST THINKING OF YOU ON THIS SPECIAL DAY AND REMEMBERING WHAT A GREAT FATHER YOU WAS. YOU LOVED ALL YOUR KIDS, EVEN THE 4 BABIES WE LOVED AND LOST. THOMESHA WOULD HAVE BEEN 15 YEARS OLD ON JUNE 10. I KNOW THE KIDS REALLY MISS YOU AND WISH YOU WAS HERE, LIKE WE ALL DO. LOVE AND MISS YOU, STILL"
FRE'DRICA of NC

"Hey Dear,

Your dad is here this week. He got in town on Saturday. We went to church on Sunday. We are really enjoying spending time with him. He bought Alexandria a new Parrot named GiGi. Brought the boat and plans on taking the kids fishing not sure depends on his health as he took ill and was admitted to the hospital. Don't know why I am sharing this like you are going to read it LOL. Silly of me. Any who he looks just like you. I really looked at him and wow. Jsai will be here this weekend."
Your Baby Momma of Baltimore, Maryland

"HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY SWEETIE
THINKING OF YOU AND ALL OUR MILITARY MEN AND WOMEN, THAT HAVE SERVED AND STILL ARE SERVING OUR COUNTRY PROUD. THANKS, FOR BEING A HERO AND GIVING YOUR LIFE, TO SAVE OTHERS. LOVING AND MISSING YOU, STILL. R.I.P."
FRE'DRICA of NC

"Hey This is your baby momma. Just stopping by to show you much love. Alexandria speaks of you often lately I think she misses you a lot. She is so tempermental, sassy and bright. She had a concert last evening and did well. You would be extremely proud of her but then again you was proud of her momma so why wouldn't you be. She is moving on to the 5th grade and tall as the dickens. Always"
Victoria Madison of Baltimore, Maryland

"SORRY, FOR NOT LEAVING A MESSAGE LATELY. BUT, IT IS STILL SO HARD FOR ME TO DEAL WITH THE FACT THAT YOU ARE GONE. I STILL CAN SEE THAT SMILE AND THOSE DIMPLES. AND STILL HEAR YOUR LAUGHTER. I MISS YOU, SO MUCH. LOVING AND MISSING YOU STILL."
FRE'DRICA of NC

"Hello, my Name is Richard Hutson, a silver bracelet was found in a park near my home in Anchorage, Alaska I would like to find the family of this Fallen Hero so that this momento of their loved one may be returned to them"
Richard Hutson of Anchorage, Alaska

"It has been quite a while. Your daughter is growing big and strong. She just had a birthday 10 years old. When you died she was 5. She speaks of you sometimes. She is turning into a young girl/lady getting those things that changes her life wish you were hear to correct the guys when that time comes along but oh well. You will have to look from on high. See you when I see you."
Victoria Madison/Alexandria Alexander of Baltimore, Maryland

"George, I remeber when I first met you in Giessen Germany. I was a brand new Pvt and it was my first time away from home. You were the first person to speak to me and showed me around. You kept me out of trouble and listened to me when I cried about how much I missed my momma. I can't believe that your gone but you will never be forgotten. Love you always"
Latasha Armstrong of Ft Bragg, NC

"I would like to thank everyone for there heartfelt messages and kind words Ann Spence mother of SSG George T. Alexander,Jr"
Ann Spence of Clanton, AL

"It has taken me a very long time to do this. I miss my brother so much, he was my only brother I still can't believe he's gone. We think about him everyday. George touch many of people lives in so many different ways. I'm just glad to know that his family is not the only one's that still miss his smilie."
sasha parker of clanton al

"To George mother (Ann) and family we miss him deeply and always will. Thanks for having a great son and soldier!!! George we love you!!!"
Farge' Dickerson Singleterry of Woodbridge, Va

"To George mother (Ann) and family we miss him deeply and always will. Thanks for having a great son and soldier!!! George we love you!!!"
Farge' Dickerson Singleterry of Woodbridge, Va

"I miss you "Grand-Daddy" I remember we were soldiers at Ft Hood, back in the day. Man you had the funniest jokes, we played all kinds of Barrack pranks, as typical solders. Rest in Peace Brother!"
Al Elliott of Portsmouth, VA

"02.17.10 Alexander you will FOREVER be missed - Alexander was called "Grandaddy" by all of us in Giessen, Germany and Fort Hood, TX when we were stationed with him 1990 to 1994 - Words can not express the hurt that I felt when I learned of his un-timely death - We are trying to find any family of Grandaddy as we are having a 4/43 ADA & 518th Maintenance Reunion this summer and the reunion is dedicated to the "Life of Grandaddy" We would love to hear from any family members that would like to attend - I can be reached at chrzep92@yahoo.com"
Zephanie Curlett of Atlanta, GA

"ANOTHER YEAR HAS COME AND GONE WITHOUT YOU. IT'S 2010 AND I STILL CAN'T BELIEVE YOU ARE GONE. YOU ARE TRULY LOVED AND MISSED. R.I.P."
FRE'DRICA of NC

"I have just found out of your passing and I was truly touched. We did not know each other well but what I do remember is you being a great person, happy and smiling all the time. I never got to thank you for introducing me to one of your friends, that became a special part of my life. Thank you..
R.I.P."
Eleonor B.K.A. Spc Devot of Miami, Fl

"DEC. 25, 2009
ITS ANOTHER CHRISTMAS WITHOUT YOU. YOU ARE LOVED AND MISSED BY ALL WHO KNEW AND GOT TO KNOW YOU. R.I.P."
FRE'DRICA of NC

"HAPPY THANKSGIVING "
THANKS, SO MUCH FOR ALL YOU DID FOR OTHERS. THANKS, FOR GIVING YOUR LIFE AND YOURSELF, TO HELP PROTECT AND SERVE OUR COUNTRY. YOU ARE LOVED AND MISSED. R.I.P."
FRE'DRICA of NC

"HAPPY VETERANS DAY!!!!!!!! YOU WERE TRULY A VETERAN AND A HERO. YOU GAVE YOUR LIFE, TO SAVE AND HELP OTHERS. YOU ARE TRULY LOVED AND MISSED BY ALL. R.I.P."
FRE'DRICA of NC

"My sympathy and prayers go out to the Alexander family. A soldier is gone but never forgotten."
Ofc. Matt Herrick of Ralston, NE

"OCT. 22, 2009
IT'S BEEN 4 YEARS GOD SENT FOR HIS ANGEL. I STILL CAN'T BELIEVE YOU ARE GONE. I STILL LOVE AND MISS YOU DEEPLY. YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. ALWAYS IN MY THOUGHTS AND MY HEART. R.I.P."
FRE'DRICA of NC

"big sarge A TRAIN- 300 percent profesional and a friend when a young soldier like me was in need of answers. one day i was just lost because we used to get attacked everyday. i was siting outside my humble conex we had for home. i told him what in gods world was i doing there. he look at me very serious and says "is gona be ok killa" that was his brand, trademark. it took few words for him to motivate me.
vaya con dios killa. i miss you sarge. can do"
eulloque.carlos of fort benning, ga

"HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWEETIE "
WE SHARED MANY OF YOUR BIRTHDAYS TOGETHER, WISH YOU WAS HERE TODAY FOR THIS ONE. AN ANGEL GONE, BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN. R.I.P."
FRE'DRICA of NC

"" HAPPY FATHER'S DAY "
EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE NO LONGER HERE WITH YOUR CHILDREN, YOU ARE STILL LOVED AND MISSED BY THEM. AND YOU WILL ALWAYS BE DADDY AND NOT FORGOTTEN. R.I.P."
FRE'DRICA of NC

"JUST SITTING HERE ON THE COMPUTER LOOKING AT ALL YOUR PICTURES AND READING SOME OLD EMAILS YOU SENT ME. AND OLD EMAILS I SENT YOU. I STILL HAVE ALL YOUR LETTERS AND CARDS, THAT YOU SENT OR GAVE ME, WHILE YOU AND I WAS TOGETHER. I STILL CAN'T BELIEVE YOU ARE GONE, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN. I WOULD GIVE ANYTHING, TO SEE THOSE DEEP DEMPLES AND THAT SMILE, AND TO HEAR YOU LAUGH. YOU ARE TRULY LOVED AND MISSED. R.I.P."
FRE'DRICA of NC

"SSG Alexander, it was honor to have served as your Platoon Leader during our final combat patrol together. Your large than life personality and your willingness to get into the fight continues to inspire me. Brother rest peacefully and I willing continue to keep your memory in my heart. God Bless!"
CPT Leon Matthias Jr. "Red One" of Pinehurst, NC

"”Honor and Remember” - “Project Compassion” We love our Soldiers! We love our country and we cannot express enough love and compassion to the families of our fallen heroes. War does not discriminate – It breaks our hearts to see the faces of the fallen. We want to give this gift to you. We are a 501c3 nonprofit organization! Over 1,450 portraits have been completed and shipped to the parents and or spouse - at no cost as this is a gift from one American to another!
Contact us directly at Projectcompassion@manti.com or go to www.heropaintings.com . If you have already had a portrait completed, we pray that you are enjoying the portrait and God Bless You.
Sincerely and Respectfully,
Kenna"
Kenna of Manti, Utah USA

"Alexandria won a poetry writing contest during Black History Month. She beat out all the other kids in the whole county. She met a basketball player and had dinner before the game. She really enjoyed herself. They are honoring you this year at Fort Stewart, just got the invitation. We will be in attendance for this honor."
Victoria Madison of Bolling AFB, DC

"I WAS JUST THINKING OF YOU AND MISSING YOU, AS I OFTEN DO. JUST THINKING ABOUT THE FIRST DAY WE MET AND THE LASTING RELATIONSHIP THAT GREW INTO SOMETHING SO VERY SPECIAL. THINKING ABOUT ALL THE FUN WE SHARED AND THE MANY JOKES YOU TOLD, THAT KEPT ME LAUGHING. I'M STILL MISSING AND LOVING YOU. R.I.P."
FRE'DRICA of NC

"A-Train it still haunts me to this day that you have left this earth. You were a squared away soldier and knew what right looks like. I will always remember you and tell other soldiers about you. You died trying to save others and thats what you call a HERO. You are gone but never forgotten (SPEED and POWER)."
1SG Curtis A. Watson of Fort Stewart, Ga

"A-Train it still haunts me to this day that you have left this earth. You were a squared away soldier and knew what right looks like. I will always remember you and tell other soldiers about you. You died trying to save others and thats what you call a HERO. You are gone but never forgotten (SPEED and POWER)."
1SG Curtis A. Watson of Fort Stewart, Ga

"A-Train it still haunts me to this day that you have left this earth. You were a squared away soldier and knew what right looks like. I will always remember you and tell other soldiers about you. You died trying to save others and thats what you call a HERO. You are gone but never forgotten (SPEED and POWER)."
1SG Curtis A. Watson of Fort Stewart, Ga

"FEB. 14, 2009
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY
WISH YOU WAS HERE TO CELEBRATE AND ENJOY THIS VERY SPECIAL DAY. LOVE AND MISS YOU, STILL"
Fre'drica of NC

"JAN. 26, 2009
AS OF JAN. 20, 2009, WE NOW HAVE A NEW BLACK PRESIDENT. IT'S ABOUT TIME FOR CHANGE. YOU WOULD BE PROUD.
LOVE AND MISS YOU, STILL
R.I.P."
Fre'drica of NC

"JAN. 01, 2009
HAPPY NEW YEAR, BABY
MY NEW YEAR, WILL NEVER BE THE SAME, WITHOUT YOU IN IT. I ALWAYS THOUGHT AND KNEW WE HAD FOREVER TOGETHER. BUT, GOD NEEDED YOU MORE. MISSING YOU STILL.
LOVE YOU, ALWAYS
HUGS AND KISSES"
Fre'drica of NC

"DEC. 25, 2008
MERRY CHRISTMAS BABY,
WISHING YOU WAS HERE, TO SHARE THIS SPECIAL HOLIDAY WITH ME. MISSING YOU TODAY AND ALL YEAR. LOVE YOU, BABY"
Fre'drica of NC

"Hello,

It has been a while and life is progressing forward. Alexandria is doing well. I got married and he takes good care of her in your absence. I still miss you but God had other plans for my life and yours. We Love You Always,"
Victoria Madison/Alexandria Alexander of Bolling AFB, DC

"NOV. 27, 2008
REMEMBERING YOU ON THIS THANKSGIVING DAY. THANKS FOR GIVING YOURSELF AND YOUR LIFE, TO HELP AND PROTECT OTHERS. YOU ARE TRULY A HERO. I'M THANKFUL THAT I HAD THE PLEASURE OF KNOWING YOU, LOVING YOU, AND HAVING YOU IN MY LIFE AND BEING PART OF MY LIFE. YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. LOVING AND MISSING YOU STILL."
Fre'drica of NC

"OCTOBER 23, 2008
IT'S BEEN 3 YEARS AND 1 DAY, SINCE GOD SENT FOR HIS ANGEL, TO COME BACK HOME. THINKING ABOUT YOU AND ALL THE JOY, YOU BROUGHT TO ME, YOUR KIDS, YOUR FAMILY, AND THOSE WHO KNEW AND LOVED YOU. YOU ARE TRULY MISSED. YOU'RE OUR HERO. REST IN PEACE. LOVE YOU STILL."
Fre'drica of NC

""A" Train, RIP my brother; Words cannot express the loss of this great soldier...We were at Ft. Stewart together, and I learned so much from him, he will always be in our HEARTS!!! Miss you..."
SFC McFarlane, Arturo of Columbus, Ohio

"What,s up Big Cuz this is your Little Cousin. I will never forget the times we shared you know I would have never joined this army If it wasn,t for you you would come back home in the truck and you was like a superstar to me. We all miss you the whole family . You know it hurts to lose someone you know but it really hurts when you lose a family member. Till the day Im up in the clouds may you live in the sky."
Ocie Williams of clanton,al

"Words fail me. When I think about that night, you are the first person I think about. Our conversation shortly after we got out still haunts me. I wish I could have said something different.Or been more comforting. I was half in shock, hurting, still trying to function and make things happen.... I'm sorry. SFC Dodge"
Douglas Dodge of Ft Lewis Wa

"REST IN PEACE
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABY, WISH YOU WAS HERE TO CELEBRATE THIS SPECIAL DAY. TODAY, IS A SAD DAY FOR ME, WE USE TO CELEBRATE ALL YOUR BIRTHDAYS TOGETHER, AND WE HAD SO MUCH FUN. BLOWING YOU A KISS YOUR WAY, WITH A BIG HUG. AND LOTS OF LOVE. HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABY. LOVE YOU STILL."
FRE'DRICA of NC

"REST IN PEACE
HAPPY FATHER'S DAY BABY,
I KNOW YOU ARE NO LONGER HERE WITH US AND I ALSO KNOW, THAT WHILE YOU LIVED, YOU WAS A DAMN GOOD FATHER AND YOU LOVED YOUR KIDS. AND YOU WOULD ALWAYS TALK ABOUT YOUR KIDS. I KNOW YOUR KIDS REALLY MISS DADDY AND WISH DADDY WAS HERE WITH THEM. KEEP LOOKING DOWN ON AND WATCHING OVER THEM. YOU ARE STILL LOVED AND MISSED. HAPPY FATHER'S DAY"
FRE'DRICA of NC

"George, I have know you since Aug 94. I remember the first time you showed me around Fort Hood. It's hard to let you go, I can't beleive you are gone, I loved you like a brother and until this day still think you as such. I loved the time we hanged out sharing a meal. I often think of all the good time me, stewart and JB and you too hang out. Bless your family and may the lord continue to bless them as they continue this life without the heart and beat of the family."
CW2 Porter, Nicholas of Fort Bragg, NC

"REST IN PEACE
YOU SERVED YOUR COUNTRY AND YOU MADE ME PROUD. THINKING OF YOU ON MEMORIAL DAY AND EVERYDAY OF MY LIFE. REMEMBERING ALL THE LOVE AND FUN WE SHARED. I COULD NEVER FORGET ABOUT YOU AND US. I REALLY MISS YOU AND I WISH YOU WERE HERE. LOVING YOU STILL."
FRE'DRICA of NC

"Alexandria's birthday has just passed. 8 years old who would have thought it. Baby A; triple A is what I call her a threat all the way around. A girl after her daddy's own heart. She has not forgotten you. We celebrate you each day. She had a program at her school for you. They looked you up on the computer and she shared you with her class. We will be down Alabama for Memorial Day to place the flowers ourself instead of sending them. We always said we would never give them after we were gone. Oh well promises were meant to be broken. You gave me the ultimate gift. Although you obviously had commitment issues you still gave me something that surpasses it all Alexandria Ashante Alexander. That is a mouthful (sitting here smiling). Always."
Victoria A Madison of Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland

"REST IN PEACE MY LOVE,
TODAY, I WAS JUST SITTING HERE, THINKING ABOUT ALL THE LOVE AND FUN WE SHARED TOGETHER. I STILL CAN'T BELIEVE YOU'RE GONE. STILL TODAY, I'M HAVING A HARD TIME DEALING WITH LIFE, WITHOUT YOU. I MISS YOU SO MUCH. LOVING YOU, STILL"
FRE'DRICA of NC

"March 18, 2008
To the family of Staff Sgt. George T. Alexander, Jr.:
George gave the ultimate sacrifice and will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. I cannot and will not let our fallen heroes be forgotten.My deepest sympathy to you. "Some gave all."
Peggy Childers
"Don't Let The Memory Of Them Drift Away"
www.IraqWarHeroes.org"
Peggy Childers of Carson City, NV

"REST IN PEACE MY LOVE
TODAY, WOULD HAVE BEEN OUR 13TH ANNIVERSARY. WISH YOU WAS HERE, SO WE COULD ENJOY AND CELEBRATE, THIS SPECIAL DAY TOGETHER, LIKE WE ALWAYS DID, BEFORE YOU WAS TAKEN AWAY FROM ME. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, BABY.
LOVE YOU, ALWAYS"
FRE'DRICA of NC, USA

"REST IN PEACE MY LOVE.
WHEN I MET YOU OCTOBER OF 1994, AT FORT HOOD TEXAS, I KNEW YOU AND I WOULD SHARE A SPECIAL KIND OF LOVE, FRIENDSHIP, AND RELATIONSHIP. WE HAD A SPECIAL BOND BETWEEN US. WHENEVER I WAS DOWN, YOU ALWAYS KNEW HOW TO CHEER ME UP, AND ALWAYS KNEW HOW TO PUT A SMILE ON MY FACE. YOU WERE ALWAYS THERE WHENEVER I NEEDED YOU, I COULD ALWAYS COUNT ON YOU, NO MATTER WHAT, YOU NEVER ONCE LET ME DOWN. WE HAD 11 WONDERFUL AND BEAUTIFUL YEARS TOGETHER. I STILL REMEMBER ALL THE GOOD TIMES WE SHARED IN TEXAS, GEORGIA, AND CAROLINA. WE SHARED AND MADE SOME SPECIAL MEMORIES, THAT I WILL NEVER FORGET. YOU CHANGED AND TOUCHED MY LIFE IN SO MANY DIFFERENT WAYS, ALL FOR THE GOOD. MY LIFE WAS SO COMPLETE WHEN YOU AND I WAS TOGETHER. I WAS LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVING A FUTURE WITH YOU. WHEN I TALKED TO YOU ON YOUR BIRTHDAY, AUG.O5,05, I DIDN'T KNOW THAT WOULD BE THE LAST BIRTHDAY, WE WOULD SHARE TOGETHER. WE MADE PLANS FOR YOUR RETURN HOME FROM IRAQ, AND MADE PROMISES WE WOULD NEVER BE APART AGAIN. HEAVEN MUST HAVE BEEN MISSING AN ANGEL, CAUSE GOD CALLED YOU HOME. WHEN YOU DIED, YOU TOOK A PART OF ME WITH YOU. MY LIFE WILL FOREVER BE CHANGED, AND MY LIFE IS NOW INCOMPLETE, WITHOUT YOU. I MISS YOU SO MUCH, I MISS YOUR SMILE AND YOUR LAUGHTER. I MISS YOUR PHONE CALLS, LETTERS, AND EMAILS. I MISS HEARING YOUR VOICE. I MISS ALL YOUR HUGS AND KISSES, AND ALL OUR FUN TIMES TOGETHER. I MISS SEEING THAT NAVY BLUE FORD TRUCK, SITTING IN MY DRIVEWAY AT HOME, AND I MISS SEEING YOU DRIVE UP AT MY HOUSE IN THAT NAVY BLUE FORD TRUCK. I MISS YOUR SENSE OF HUMOR, YOU ALWAYS HAD JOKES AND KNEW HOW TO KEEP PEOPLE LAUGHING. FRANCIS AND PATSY MISSES YOU TOO. WHENEVER WE TALK, WE ALWAYS TALK ABOUT YOU STILL. YOU WILL FOREVER BE IN MY MIND AND MY HEART, I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU AND I WILL NEVER FORGET ABOUT YOU. YOU WAS MY LIFE. STILL TODAY, I'M HAVING A VERY HARD TIME DEALING WITH YOUR DEATH, I STILL CAN'T BELIEVE YOU ARE GONE. I'M CRYING NOW, AS I TYPE THIS MESSAGE. WHY DID YOU HAVE TO GO AWAY AND LEAVE ME, YOUR KIDS, FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND ALL THOSE WHO KNEW AND LOVED YOU. I MISS YOU AND I LOVE YOU DEEPLY, STILL."
FRE'DRICA of NC, USA

"George,I can't believe its been two years.You know you were the brother I never had . We've known each other 10 years . I see J'sai and he is truly your twin. He is so proud of his dad . We Love and miss you so much ."
De'Shayna of Killeen tx

"Alexander I thought of you today as I often do..Me and Mike were sitting at the table going down memory lane..Those Fort Hood days were good. We miss you adopted brother..I miss you picking on me and I still laugh to this day about that curfew you tried to give me, but I know you were just trying to look out for me..Keep smilin down on us..And know you will always live in my heart.As long as we have memories we still have you.."
Zelma Terrell-Frazier of Nashville,Tn

"Hello My Love,

It is coming up on two years and trust the wounds are still fresh. We miss you so much. I could not sleep thinking, wondering what would have happened had you lived but it is a useless thought. That fateful day on October 23 has changed my life forever. All my dreams died with you. My walk has changed and my heart forever broken. I love and miss you. Alex shed a tear for you tonight while watching a movie. Your untimely death has of course touched her, we needed you to see her grow up, to walk her down the aisle and to be the best daddy ever. We miss you.

Always Yours,"
Victoria A Madison of Andrews Air Force Base, MD

"My son was the one who took George off the helicopter and brought him to the ER on the litter after the IED hit his humvee. Of all the things David saw during his two tours in Iraq, this was a night he cannot get out of his mind. Every now and then the subject comes up and David begins to tear up. Out of all the deaths that David experienced while over there, this is the one he cannot forget. I tried to help him deal with it by putting a name to the face. I looked up info on George and his family in hopes that David can have closure. From what David tells me, George was trying to retrieve the picture of his family from his breast pocket. I would be most grateful if George's family would contact me. I would like for David to talk to them and share those final fateful moments of his life with his family. If any of his family is reading this, please e-mail me at rrtigges@cebridge.net. If you don't, I will understand. I know you have suffered a lot. I know this was painful for you, to lose such a great man from your life. But I think it would be helpful for David and his family to know who this man was and what he meant to this world."
Becky Tigges of Aubrey, TX

"You were a true hero George. You have affected my life with just a few short words. Your family should be proud and we will always remember your bravery. Thank you for allowing me the chance to meet the wholesome person you are."
Sra. David Tigges of Dallas, Tx

"Hey, I wanted to say that I think about you alot when I go through situations that seem impossible to recover from. I remember sitting around talking about the different thing you were faced with during your career and the advice you gave me to better mine. That was over two years ago and today as I become a commission officer I consider the things you said.... I wish I could say THANKS! And take you out to eat or buy you a beer or something to show my appreciation. I will alway remember you no matter where I go in the world... Thanks Again and continue to watch over me.."
Eric Garner Jr. of Auburn, AL

"Whats up A-train. Its been two years and I still cant believe your gone. I cant speak for everyone but you were one of my role models. showing me tough love or just hanging out,You were always there for me. I still find myself at times talking to you wondering if you can hear me from up there. See at the cross roads buddy"
Dawayne Mcdole of Ft Benning Ga

""A-train" I can't believe that you are gone but I know you are in a better home. I remember hanging in the club and all the luv you showed. You will be missed, God Bless."
Antioine "Sgt. Rig" Riggins of Atlanta, Ga.

"Hello Love,

It has been a year and we are adjusting. Sent flowers to your grave funny though we always said we would never send flowers but who knew you would be gone. Alexandria talks about you all the time. We love you so much.

Until we meet again,

Today, Tomorrow and Always I love you"
Victoria A Madison of Baltimore, Maryland

"SSG Alexander - It's been a year since you left us. Know that you're not forgotten. God bless, Rest in peace my brother."
Don Becker of Wisconsin

"A train. what can i say? That night in Iraq is one that will haunt me for the rest of my life. Even though I was medivaced with you. Immediately after we got out was the last time I would ever see or speak to you. You were a great friend, and a great leader. The things that i saw and were said that night will live with me forever. I only wish I could have done more for you and the others. God bless you and your family. I miss you train.."
SSG Douglas Dodge

"It is coming up on your birthday. Happy Birthday I miss you so much. It is so hard to know that there will be no more birthdays to celebrate but ones that cause pain. I love you today, tomorrow and Always."
Victoria A Madison of San Antonio, Texas

"SSG Alexander Was One Of The Most Down To Earth Men I've Ever met when you needed to talk he was there R.I.P A-Train"
SGT David Pisanelli of Ft Benning Ga U.S.A

"This Memorial weekend the pastor at our church passed out to each member a name of a fallen solider. I was honored to receive the name of George T. Alexander, Jr. I prayed for him and his family during our Mass and now that I have his name, I want his family to know how much I and my entire family appreciate what he did for us and for our country. I will keep George's card on my dresser and I will remember him in prayer daily. We are so sorry that he had to lose his life in this war. God Bless you all and give you courage."
Diana of Altamont, NY

"RIP COUSIN LOVE YOU ALWAYS TOMMIE ALEXANDER JR. I WILL LIKE GEORGE FRIENDS TO EMAIL ME TALEXANDER06@SPRINTPCS.COM OR CALL 314]853-7737 PLEASE THANK YOU."
TOMMIE of ST.LOUIS MO.

"No person was ever honored for what he received. Honor has been the reward for what he gave". George you will be missed,I know I will miss you dropping by my Mom's house, when you knew we were in Clanton. Shae said you had a spy at mile marker 212, we guessed it was Lil Charles. George, 4th Avenue in Clanton Al. will never be the same."
Mae I Gill- Bell of Nashville, TN.

"I was just waking up from a nap and watching television as I saw a picture appear on the screen. A familiar face of a man that my husband and I knew. A man we had barbeques with, a man that came into our home and ate and shared a good time with us among many friends. Alexander, whom I always called fathead. We were all assigned with 1/227 Aviation Regt. at Fort Hood, Tx from 1996-2000. He was full of fun and life. He was like a brother, I remember him coming to my baby shower in may of 97 he brought a vibrating chair for the baby and teased me about gettin a spankin for being a baby with a baby. He told me just because you in the Army don't make you grown. We all had good times back then, and God knows we miss him dearly and just to think this year we were going to try and meet with all the family we made at Fort Hood. Now I have memories and pictures of him. I pray for his family God has him now he is looking down on us..I know it doesn't help the pain.The day I seen his face on my screen I thought I was dreaming.Be blessed in gods love."
Zelma L. Terrell-Frazier of Nashville, Tn

"To the Family of SSG Alexander;
I was his Squad Leader and for a few months his Platoon Sergeant at Ft. Stewart, GA. He was an outstanding Team Leader. He always led from the front. When he worked for me he had just transferred to the Infantry, but mastered his trade and moved on to SSG rapidly. Before I left he was leading his own Bradley section. Every training exercise he would exceed expectations making our unit and our soldiers better. Many of the soldiers he trained have also served in Iraq. Because of his training, professionalism and dedication to duty, most of those soldiers made it home safely. You have my deepest condolences, but I want you to know SSG George T. Alexander, Jr., was a true professional and a hero."
CPT Cory Roberts of Baghdad, Iraq (2nd time)

"My condolences to the Alexander family, May you Rest In Peace Sgt. Alexander."
Reuben T. Mankin of Ranger, Texas

"I too share the loss of a fallen soldier...I am the son of a Vietnam Veteran KIA 1967. Time does not heal the wound left by his loss, it only serves to preserve his memory forever. I attribute my success to my mother who never remarried, and saw to my needs then. She is my hero! I don't think my dad would say that being killed in action made him a hero, so I remember him like I think he wanted to be remembered, true to his word with love for god, family, and country."
Steve Henry of Jacksonville, FL

"To the family of George T. Alexander. I would like to say his legacy and memories will live for ever. I've never meet him personally but I do know a very close friend of his (Cat)that expressed such clear and vivid memories that made feel like I knew him for a life time. He will never be forgotten!!"
MSgt Larry L Thompson USAFR of Phenix City Alabama

"george thank you for serving our country. An for being a military brother to our son GREGORY. kia balad, iraq 05-03-04 my tears never stop flowing for my son. yet, today those tears are with you GEORGE and your family. you have not did in vain! YOU ARE AN AMERICAN HERO GEORGE! my heart and prays are with you and your family! GOD BLESS!"
LEONARD WAHL of VALLEY STREAM NY

"My husband served with Staff Sgt. Alexander in Iraq. We both want to express our sincere and heartfelt condolences for the loss that is felt by your family. Staff Sgt. Alexander was and always will be a hero and will remain in our hearts forever."
Olivia and Oliver Miessler of Plantation, FL

"ALl i can remeber is how you supported my dreams to be a star at what I do. Always around with that smile,truley a dedicated soldier and a very respected human being. you may never understand how much you presence will be missed but whenever you wonder why just know that GOD always come back to get his angels to prep the way for the rest of us....Rest In Peace."
SPC Damori Morton of FT SAM HOUSTON TX

"Alexander I might not ever understand why you had to leave us but I am glad that you stopped past and touched our lives. You are the father of my daughter and the owner of my heart. I will never let her forget you and I will never forget as well. Today, Tomorrow and Always, Until we meet again in the heavenlies. We Love You. Alex keeps asking for you and I will keep showing her your photos."
Victoria Madison/Alexandria Alexander of San Antonio, Texas

"On behalf of the Hardy family, we send our sincerest condolences. Our prayers are with you in this most difficult time and we thank you for your soldier's bravery and sacrifice . They are true heroes!
Friend of Jimmy Ryan & Joel Garica"
Nanniebecky of Columbus Ga

"We Will NEVER FORGET !"
Please KNOW so many people share your sadness,
and we are remembering your family in your loss and your deep grief.
Our nations HERO, George will be remembered by name.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
God Bless you ALWAYS.
Pat & Sandi Breckenridge from Montana "

"RIP Brave Soldier
J and T USMC NC
Sister of a Fallen Marine"

"To George's Family and Friends:

On behalf of the Blanco-Caldas family, we send our sincerest condolences. We share the same loss ... the same pain. Our prayers are with you in this most difficult time and we thank you for your soldier's bravery and sacrifice as we mourn the loss of yet another of Texas' sons. Our boys are truly heroes!

By His Grace,

Gloria Caldas
Proud Mother of Fallen Hero
Capt. Ernesto M. Blanco-Caldas
"The Big Ern", 82nd Airborne
KIA Iraq 12/28/2003.
San Antonio, Texas
gloria.caldas@sbcglobal.net"

"George Sr. Please know that all your extended family and friends at the Center send their deepest condolences to you at this time. Your son is a true hero. We know your pain is heavy at this time but we know you are a strong person. May God Bless You. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time."
Sue, Laura, Rosie, Angie, Vivian, LaDonna, and many others at the Center of Marion, IL

"To the family your soldiers sacrifice will never be forgotten. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and may God Speed his blessings and healing to your hearts. My condolences to you and yours. I share your pain as last year I lost my cousin Sean Langley as well in Iraq. The pride I felt knowing that so many Americans beleived in my cousin and thanked him for his service and sacrifce was comforting. I hope you to will take comfort in the words from fellow Americans during this time. To George Alexander Sr. Have a safe trip back home and know that we are thinking of you."
Sherry, Jodi, Colleen, Karen, Stella and Sherry L.. of Marion IL

"George Alexander Jr,.. you are a hero. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family. I lost my nephew, Charles Steven Cooper Jr., in Baghdad on April 29th 2005. You will always be in our hearts and never will be forgotten. God Bless you for your service and sacrifice. May God be with you..."
Cheryl Cooper-Ansell of Gerry, New York

"Thank you George Alexander, Jr., you will not be forgotten. Your bravery goes beyond words. I want to express my deepest gratitude for your sacrifice. To the family and friends, my prayers and deep condolences in your loss. May God strengthen you from knowing that fellow Americans and people around the world care about you and grieve with you in your loss. God bless you all. A very appreciative fellow American,"
Leo Titus of Grayslake, Illinios

"To the family and friends of Staff Sgt. George Alexander, Jr.:
May God's grace be with you during your time of grief. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and we feel your loss and share in your sorrow. Bless George for the sacrifice he has made to make a better life for the rest of us."
The Ford Family of Wells, Nevada

"To the family and friends of Staff Sgt. George Alexander, Jr.:
I am saddened by the loss of your loved one. He will always be remembered as a hero for fighting for freedom. I hope that this website will be a source of comfort and encouragement for you during this difficult time, and in the future as you recall the memories of George, who continues to live on in your heart."
Tim Rivera of Powder Springs, Georgia

Honor them by remembering... Freedom - is their gift to us But his soul goes marching on