Fallen Heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom

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

Army Sgt. Trevor A. Blumberg


22, of Canton, Michigan.
Blumberg was on patrol when two improvised explosive devices struck his vehicle in Baghdad, Iraq. Blumberg was assigned to 1st Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Died on September 14, 2003.

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"Trevor,
We want to thank you for your service. My twin sons were listening to a church member tonight telling your personal story and sacrifice. They heard about your dog Scrappy. You left a big impression on my ten year olds. God Bless you and your family. My son Jack wants to say, "thank you for your service and your sacrifice. We appreciate it a lot. Thank you.""
Linda, Jack and Avery Ha of Canton Michigan

"Trevor,
I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for Country-not just during OIF but when you served in Afghanistan as well. And to your family and loved ones I wish to extend my deepest sympathy. After reading all the reflections left here for you all I can say is you sound like one hell of a Soldier and NCO and I wish I could've have had the honor of serving with you when I served in the Military.

Airborne All The away!"

"Thinking of you Trevor on the 75th Anniversary of American Airborne forces. Your courage and sacrifice are forvever a part of the Airborne spirit."
Laurence Anderson of Lansing, MI

"Thinking of you on this Memorial Day. God bless you in Heaven 5/25/2015"
Liz Zarak of East Brunswick NJ

"Thank you Trevor for making the ultimate sacrifice ,God Bless you in Heaven"
Liz Zarak of East Brunswick NJ

"Well Trevor, sorry I'm late wishing you a Happy Birthday in Heaven with the Angels. I saw your name. Bracelet in my jewelry box and realize I forgot to send you my wishes, rest in peace."
Elizabeth Zarak of East Brunswick NJ

"You're in my heart and your family is in my prayers today"
Jeanne Shroat of Garden City,MI,USA

"Thank you for your service never to be forgotten ."
Elizabeth Zarak of East Brunswick. NJ

"10 years you will never be forgotten.

Memorial Day 2013"
SGT John Galvan of Tx

"I enjoyed speaking with SGT Blumberg's father today (12 Feb 2013) by phone and thanked his family for the kind invitation to visit Blum's Landing in Michigan. The family's selfless and tireless commitment to helping American servicemen and women is a wonderful testament to their extraordinary son. Wishing the family all the blessings of the day and a special prayer for SGT Blumberg."
CAPT Petersen Decker, US Navy of Detroit, MI

"My Darling son, I came to visit this site; because everyday there are new blessings. When I think you are being forgotten..voila, a beautiful new person comes into our life to remind us how precious our life has been to have had you, my son, in it. Blum's Landing has come to fruition with the commitment Dad and many volunteers have had. Continue to be our guardian angel and let your buddies know we want to give back...we want them to come celebrate life,to tell stories, to enjoy the beautiful outdoors you treasured, and in that, you are right by us laughing and saying life is good. Dad and I love you always, Mom"
Jan Blumberg of Millersburg, MI

"Thank you Trevor for your service. I know that one of your close friends on Ellen felt very fortunate to have known you. You are and will always be remembered as a hero. Sincerely, Ed Shuherk."
Ed Shuherk, MD of Cedar Falls, Iowa

"Bbird you was great man, soldier, and friend. I think of you constantly and its been 9 years. I will always remember you until the day I join you up above."
Justin (SPC) Moore of Wynnewood Oklahoma

"Never ever will you or your sacrifice be forgotten."
Bud George of Plymouth, MI

"Thinking of you today and everyday.

Memorial Day 2012"
SGT John Galvan of TX

"To the family of:Trevor A. Blumberg
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""

"Miss you brother. Think of you all the time."
Mark Grubb of TX

""Another Birthday Trevor with the Angels, your Eighth. God bless you Trevor and keep watching over our soldiers""
Elizabeth Zarak of East Brunswick New Jersey

"My name is Dayna Dion and I would like extend my sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Trevor A. Blumberg for their loss. I am writing on behalf of Frankie Cuadra who has painted a portrait of Trevor in honor of his memory. We are looking to ship the portrait to his family but don't have an address. If you know Trevor's address, please contact us at soldierstribute@gmail.com so that his portrait can go home. You can find an article on Frankie and his tribute to fallen soldier's here:††http://bit.ly/jwRQZn"
Dayna Dion of Chicago, IL

"On this Memorial Day, I saw a post from the pilot that brought your son home, and it made me want to tell you this country stands behind and prays for your family. Thank you and this country's freedom is forever in-debt to you."
Memorial Day 2011 of Texas

"Blumberg, you are one of the guys in my past that I'll never forget. One of the first to welcome me when I got to Korea and make me feel at home. You were a true battle buddy and a great soldier. I remember that time you got into that fight in downtown Munsan and when you got back I was the first to see your face all beat up. I couldn't believe you were still smiling and spittin out blood at the same time. I went and got SSG Thomas and he snuck the whole squad out and found the guy that did that to you. Remember we beat the crap outta that guy and sent him back ten times worse. Then got chased by the MP's through that rice patty and snuck back onto Camp Giant. That seems like it happend a million years ago. I was looking for old buddys online and ran into Rearick who told me what happened. I couldn't believe it and had to see if it was the same Trevor Blumberg. You will be missed my friend but never forgotten."
Jean Melisca

"Another Birthday with the Angels, your seventh. God bless you Trevor and keep watching over our soldiers"
Elizabeth Zarak of East Brunswick NJ

"Blum i will always miss u brother and one day we will get back together and have a jack and coke love u bro"
George perez of Fayetteville nc

"It has been 7 years since I got that call about the explosion. My son Dan was in that vehicle with you. I know he thinks of you and the others he served with often. Your sacrifice will never be forgotten."
Suzanne Jamison of Lower Burrell, Pa.

"I think about you all the time, bro. You are missed and your name will not be forgotten. Our freedom is much more valuable and dear because of your sacrifice. See ya on the other side, brother."
Gabriel Palmer of Sanford, NC

"Even though I never had the pleasure to talk with you, I feel as I know you so well. You always cross my mind and I always feel a sense of closeness to you. Since the day I had to say good-bye and thank you for your service, I have always admired you for your strength and courage. The sacrifice you have made for our country will never be forgotten. This year I have decided to order the Heroís Bracelet in your Honor/Memory. I have lost so many brothers and sisters while serving my country and I hold you closest to my heart. Hard to believe it will be seven years this September. I pray that your family is well and they are with comfort knowing you are with Jesus. Till we see each other again...."
MSgt Dena Ann Lebo, USAF of Andrews AFB, MD

"Well Blum, it's been over 6 years now and I am still thinking about you every day. I wore a rememberance bracelet on my wrist to remind me of you and the sacrifice you made that day in Fallujah. My bracelet broke since I have been here in Afghanistan but it is high on my priority list to get another when I return to the states. Talked to T the other day on the internet and he sent a picture of us on the ole soft skin that we rode around in. Made me think of you at that time too. That picture was taken 3 days after you were killed. You would be happy to know that we have armored vehicles to ride around in now. I've hit 2 IED's here in Afghanistan and it still sucks but it is much better than soft skin and sandbags. You were a good friend, great Paratrooper and I am sure that I will remember you well for the rest of my life. The 14th of September will forever be ingrained in my mind. I lost a great friend that day. Rest in peace Blum."
Joshua Collins of Garfield, Arkansas

"I can't believe it is 6 years that you have been with the angels. God bless you and keep you looking after our soldiers."
Elizabeth Zarak of East Brunswick NJ

"Miss you Trevor. Another year gone by. You're always in my thoughts."
Eric Brown

"oh b-berg as i called him or blum...i still think of you all the time..i will never forget all the things you done for us in 1st platoon, nor will anyone else who knew you! we had some good times and bad times! but knowing you has made a big difference in my day to day...like the 2nd lt. who wears your name on his wrist, i do too. even though your gone, you still have the power to influence people in a positive way! your a legacy in my book, and i wish there was alot more people like you in the world..it would be a way better place!"
Ray Allen Nix of salem illinois

"I remember you foundly and well. I have been thinking about you the last couple of days and I wish I would have gotten to know you better. I remember being around you with football, weightlifting class, and in the weightroom. I also remember I worked with you for about a week at Chuck E Cheese's. Your a great inspiration to all and I will be proud to one day tell my daughter how I got to know a hero."
Matt Mestrovich of Columbus, OH/Plymouth, MI

"From all the stories i have heard about you, you were so incredible. brave doesn't even begin to describe you. someone i know misses you greatly, but you will always be in your familie's hearts. rest in peace."

"Trev.. I can't believe it has already been 5 years. You have no idea how hard it is to wear your dog tags around my neck daily. When I pick them up off the night stand every morning, a little ball forces its way up my throat. Your sacrifice inspires me day to day to do my best. That is why I have made the decision to serve my country, just like you did. Though you are not the sole reason, you have a major contributing factor to my decision. All I know is that you are one of Gods best, and thats why he chose to take you back. He needed you to watch over and protect all his children. Although I know very many miss you, we all know you are watching us and smiling with that devilish smirk of yours, with a lip in and a big bottle of Jack in your hand. I love you Trevor. You are forever in my heart."
Eric Coogan

"I have never met Trevor, but I see his name everyday. My husband was in the same vehicle when they hit the explosive devices. My husband has a beautiful tattoo in remembrance of Trevor on his left forearm. He speaks of him fondly and often. My thoughts and prayers are with Trevor's family."
Kristin Boyd of Fayetteville, NC

"SGT Blumberg:
I have worn your name around my wrist for the past three years. Your dedication, sacrifice, and memory have motivated and inspired me through my beginning years of my Army career. When things have gotten tough and when obstacles have seemed impossible, I simply glance at my wrist. I remember that it is because of fine men and women like you that I strive to be the best leader that I might possibly be. It is truly an honor to share your uniform. God Bless."
2LT Shutters of Fort Rucker, AL

"Trevor, I can't believe it is 5 years with the Angels. God bless your sweet soul."
Liz Zarak of East Brunswick NJ

"Not a day goes by that I don't think of you I miss you so much it still hurts. thats why I haven't been able to leave a message on here before now. You will always be my #1 Hero I love you forever. what keeps me goin is I know we'll meet again someday in Heaven! I've prayed for the past five years "God bless Trevor's family, and comfort them through this loss!" To the family, my thoughts and prayers are with you always xoxo"
Becky Little of Canton, MI

"Hey buddy its been almost 5 years now and I have been reading all of the post that our friends have left you. But I just couldnt bring myself to say anything until now. Remember when you and I were sent to Iraq ADVON, and we had to get the trucks form Kuwait to Camp Mercury before the rest of the company showed up? Well if you remember that then you will remember that I ran out of Copenhagen and borrowed a dip from you. I havent for got about that, it sounds trivial but that is what has been nagging at me for all of these years and thats how I have remembered you for all of these years. As a generous man who was willing to give up a you last dip if that is what it took to help someone in need. Well buddy I am ready to return that dip, so when I leave this world and come up we can catch up and compare stories over that dip of Copenhagen. And sorry it took so long to write, you are just missed. See you soon buddy. And to the parents of this soldier, there are no words to discribe what you son molded into, he IS as great man and an even better friend."
SSG Patrick J. Campbell of Johnsonville, SC

"I've been thinking about you alot. So weird that my dad went to your funeral just a month before your parents came to his. Chris still misses you alot, as do we all. Im so proud of you. Wish I could've told you that before."
Sarah P. of Westland, MI

"April 23, 2008
To the family of Sgt. Trevor A. Blumberg:
Trevor 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

"I miss you brother."
Eric

"SGT Trevor Blumberg,
Yesterday I received a bracelet in the mail with your name on it. We've never met, yet I know one day we will. I want to let you know that I will forever be grateful for the sacrifice you have made for me, my family, and our great nation. I will wear your name on my wrist every day as a tribute to you and as a constant reminder of that sacrifice. God Bless you Trevor."
SGT Scott Strahammer of Scottsdale, AZ

"I cant believe it.. 4 years you have been gone.. seems like just yesterday I got the fateful phone call from my mom.. I love you bud.. Today I presented a paper to my class about you.. I had to write a monologue on the saddest moment of my life.. A girl came up before I went up and criticized every American soldier out there. I dropped to floor and started crying. She quoted a punk band song which stated that fallen soldiers are NOT heroes, but just another statistic for a pointless cause. I gathered myself and presented my paper, after I was done.. everyone cried. Everyone was in tears but this girl. I just looked at her and said "the man I talked about in this paper, would proudly die over and over for you so you can talk your garbage about him and every other American heart over seas." right after that, she broke down and cried.. I think abouthca every day.. I love you man.. so so very much.. Forever in my heart.. ECoogz@gmail.com"
Eric Coogan of Brooksville, Florida

"Once again another anniversary with the Angels. God Bless you"
L Zarak of East Brunswick NJ

"Trevor, I miss you buddy. I'll never forget playing Sega with you and calling each other during Red Wing games. I'm proud of you and you'll never be forgotten."
Neil of California

"To the Family of Sgt Blumberg.
Today i recieved a memorial band with trevor's name on it. I am a Desert Storm vet and my daughter ordered the band for me as a memorial of our fallen soldiers. It will be an honor for me to wear this band as a memorial and tribute to trevor as well as for all our fallen brothers and sisters.
sincerely Sgt Joe Martinez (U.S. Army)"
Joe Martinez of Stanwood,wa

"My prayers are with you"
Heather V of wyoming Mi.

"Once again I now wish you a third anniversary with the Angels in heaven
God Bless you"
L Zarak of East Brunswick NJ

"sorry i never met you but i worked out in the gym and helped maintain it that all the guys dedicated in your memory, they nothing but positive things to say about you"
Mechanics of fort bragg, nc

"I knew this fine young man... and his loss was tragic. It was a wakeup call for the entire battalion because we had only been in Fallujah for just a week after spending nearly a week in Kuwait. His death occured within just a few short days of our unit assuming the mission from the unit that we replaced in the area. Several other soldiers sustained wounds from that IED, as well: Perez, Van Dusen... and two more whose names I forget. Their vehicle was a total write-off. It enraged the rest of us and definately opened our eyes to the truth that "this was no Afghanistan". We became MUCH more aggressive while on patrols.
I worked with him often before deploying to both Afghanistan and Iraq, since, as a Weapons Squad Leader in B/1-504th PIR, I conducted quite a bit of the training for the M240B machine gun teams.

He is truly missed. I deeply respect him because he always approached every situation with enthusiasm, he was very competent, and he knew what we were fighting for which helped him motivate the other soldiers around him. An excellent soldier.... and a terrific person."
Samuel A. Oglesby of FT Benning, GA

"i'll never forget good old trev. he was one of the best friends any one could ask for. he always had a way to make you smile and forget your worries. i'll never forget that quirkey smile of his and his love for jack daniel! i miss you buddy"
rachel baughman of garden city, mi

"Trevor, I miss you bud. You are not forgotten. You are with me every day.

And I heard the voice of the Lord saying "Who shall I send, and who will go for us?" Then said I, "Here am I Lord...send me."

Mr Blumberg, as I told you the last time I saw you in LTC Hagen's office, your son was an outstanding soldier, a good friend, and a great man. He is truly missed by those of us here he left behind. I take solace in the courage that you have shown in the face of such adversity, and comfort in the knowledge that Trevor is in a better place now.
And that one day when we see him again, he'll greet us with a smile and drink.
Sincerely,"
CPT Eric Brown of Fort Bragg, NC

"I went through basic training at Fort Benning with Blumberg and I couldn't think of a nicer guy. I wish I could have served in a unit with him. I will keep his family in my prayers always."
Sgt. Joshua Jorgensen of Des Moines, Iowa

"I served with ol' b-berg in afghanistan and iraq we became really good friends.my best friend if you ask me! I think about you everyday and your family as well. i couldnt type enough words for all the things i could say. but i will say i love you brother and just thank you for being who you was to me and who you still are!"
Ray allen nix of salem illinois

"Trevor was a great friend for the time that i knew him. He always had the right thing to say when it cam to giving advice. He was a very fun and surprisingly a spontaneous person, as quite as he used to be. Never will he be forgotten."
Kayla Moore of Fairmont, WV,USA

"This has taken a long time for me to write. Blum came B Co just before we deployed to Afghanistan, and quickly became my friend. Which is very important to me since I can count my friends on one hand. We were in 1st platoon all the way till Iraq. He changed my life and made me a better and stronger man STRIKE HOLD SGT BLUM and now SEMPER PARATUS from LENNY"
SGT Scott Leenerts of A Co 2-12 CAV Ft Bliss,TX

"Sgt Blumberg was the first person that took charge of me when i came to the red devils. Even though i was a charlie he treated me as a brother.He showed me how much i wanted to be a paratrooper. I am proud to have served with you. I am going back and i will keep you and your family in my prayers. He was a good man and a great friend to all of us."
SGT Gonzalez, Gerardo of A Troop 8-10 CAV, 4ID. Ft. Hood TX

"I did not know you but I have heard great things about you. My husband served with you (82nd Airborne) in Iraq and talks about you all the time. He said you are a good person and a good friend. When yall got your deployement notices I started praying then not just for my husband (Spc. Patrick Campbell) but for all of you. I have a picture of my husband at your services in Iraq and it sadly deepened my husbands heart when you died. I just want you & your family to know that your death gave that whole company the desire to fight even harder for what they believed in (you & thier families). You will always hold a special place in my husbands heart and mine. Our sincere condolences to your family and loved ones.
Mrs. Patrick Campbell (1-504th 82nd airborne, Fort Bragg, NC.)"
Mrs. Patrick Campbell of Johnsonville, SC

"Though I never got to know Trever alot, I was hurt to hear of his death. Such a young and vibrant life to be taken. I remember the day that it happened (I was in C.Co 1/504) it was such a tragedy...We all felt it...To his family, I am sorry for yours and his sacrifice. I know he is in heaven, thank God for soldiers like him who make this country what it is today."
Casey Culler of King, NC (formally C.Co 1/504 PIR)

"My deepest respect to your family. I was his supply sergeant in BCo.1-504th PIR. Deployed together to West Point,NY and Iraq. GOD BLESS YOU!
Daniel Arce"
Daniel A. Arce of Orlando, Fl

"Trevor, Happy 2nd Anniversary with the Angels in Heaven. God Bless You"
Elizabeth Zarak of East Brunswick NJ

"TO: The Loving Parents of Trevor. I have had the honor of knowing your son since he was in the 6th grade, through our 3rd son Clifton. They went to school together, and played numorous times at my home. Skateboarding, Tackle Football, Baseball, ect...too numorous to mention. I will truley miss that Angelic Face with his gorgeous smile. But Our Treat will be...when we get to look on that smile and face once again, in Heaven!! :) We know that loving young man is there!! Clif says, "Kudos" to his parents! Clif came back from the Iraqi Freedom War, it is hard for him to talk about it, and like all soldiers, he is in not untouched by all that he had to do, or see. Thank God-Time Helps Them. He will never be the same, but prayerfully a better man for all of this. I am so Proud of All of Young People whom Lay their lives on the line for FREEDOM...even today, 2 years later. Had the pleasure of meeting Trevors Dad in Meijers one day. He interupted a conversation, about the way they were abusing the funding for our soldiers returning for vet treatment. He helped me to clarify the problem to a confused man, whom believed the lies on the tv program. I hugged Mr. Blumberg, and explained that I was a military mom of a young man that knew his son growing up. He gave me his personal cell no. to give to my son, so he could call and have closure for Trevor. Thanks ever so much! Gods Richest Blessings to your Whole extended Family. Mrs. Valerie Brown"
Valerie Brown of Plymouth,MI U.S.A.

"I went to Salem High School with Trevor, we graduated the same year. We were friends with a lot of the same people, but didn't know each other well. He was a good guy, I was shocked when I saw his name in the paper. He'll be missed."
Fred Klein of Sarasota, FL / Plymouth,MI

"I served with Trevor in the 506th, and he was a good man. I have a few pics if the family would like them.

johnmichaelwest@gmail.com"
John West of napa, ca USA

"I never had the honor of meeting or knowing Sgt. Trevor, however I knew his father, when we were just kids. Our parents were friends and I guess that made us friends. I long ago lost touch with Terry (Trevor's father) and was greatly saddened when I learned that his son was killed in action. As a four generation military serving member and a Vietnam Vet., I know well, the meaning of loss of loved ones and friends and have such empathy for the family, as I think I would never recover, from the loss of either of my sons. My familiesí deepest condolences go out to Trevorís family and can only hope that his honor and commitment bring comfort to a family tragedy."
Tim Meixner of Brighton, Mich.

"currahee"
israel rearick of 101st airborne

"Trev you are the nicest person and have such a good heart, we wont tell people how you died, we will tell people how you lived. This is your cousin in Florida. I loved talking to you on the phone for a long time when I was little. You lived off Copenhagen, Jack Daniels, Country Music and LOVE! Aunt Jan, Uncle Terry always remember I am there for you! Trev I miss you!!! R.I.P brave soldier. You are my hero.To all of the soldiers of the 504th Parachute Division and 82nd Airborn Divison: GOD BLESS EACH OF YOU AND YOUR FAMILY+FRIENDS!

Eric Coogan of Brooksville,FL
ECoogan@tampabay.rr.com or
ltldartboy@aol.com"

"Blumberg Family -
I was saddened to hear of your loss; I remember not only Trevorís zeal for life but his uncompromising desire to serve his country. In school and at home, Trevor encapsulated integrity, dependability and honor. I thank him for his noble sacrifice on all of our behalf; I shall remember him as I proceed each day under the liberties and freedoms that he and his fellow soldiers have secured for us all. My God bless your family during this trial, and reassure each of you that it was because of the love that Trevor held for you that he made such a honorable sacrifice."
Matthew Shear of Salt Lake City, Utah

"TO THE FAMILY OF SGT BLUMBERG, I found out a couple of days ago that he died while just browsing the web. Trevor was my last roomate I had in the Army and I served with him in Korea. Like SPC Perez, we took a liking to this young soldier because he was Airborne but more importantly a great kid, a real funny kid too. The strange thing is I just found a picture of him a couple days before I found out he died. I remember when I left Korea I accidentally took one of his boots. I still have that boot and I will keep it to remember how this brave soldier died while protecting my freedom. Again, your son was just a great man."
Tom Mellor of Boston,MA

"Though I never met Sgt. Blumberg, I am deeply saddened by his loss. I am a former Red Devil, I served with Bravo company from 98-02. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Sgt. Blumberg"

Kenhenro@yahoo.com"
Kenny Henry of Lakeland, Florida

"Its hard to believe a year has passed, theres hardly a day that goes by where i dont think of blum or the things we did together.I carry him with me every day on my wrist and when people ask me what it is i tell them about the guy i am proud to have called a brother. To Mr. and Mrs. Blumberg I am glad i got to meet you and Blums sister, after that it wasnt hard to see why he turned out to be such a good person. God bless you bro, till we meet again"
tim of NM

"I purchased a Heroes Bracelet which has Trevor's name engraved on it, and I am proud to wear it for his service in this war. I also am proud to wear the bracelt in honor of his life that he has utimatley given, so unselfishly, for our freedom."
Candy Kubczak of Milwaukee, WI USA

"To the parents of Trevor Blumberg: my left wrist is adorned with a black bracelet bearing the name of your son. I didn't know him, but the younger of my two sons is named Trevor. He will be 4 years old on February 11, 2005. As he grows older, he will know of your son - how he died and why. Perhaps my precious Trevor will some day want to start wearing the bracelet himself, in solemn and respectful remembrance of your precious Trevor. Our paths will probably never cross, but I wanted you to know that there is at least one person in this country who talks to his two boys with reverence about your beloved son. May God bless you."
Thomas R. Turnquist of Englewood, Colorado

"To the family of Trevor, I was just scrolling through the names of all our fallen and I found Trevor's name. I went to high school with him and I didn't even know anything happened to him, what a shock. I am from Canton, but we're stationed in Virginia Beach, VA. I am so sorry, I will pray for you everyday. My husband is deployed right now so I know what it is like to wonder in the worst way...I don't know what to say but I will pray for him and for your family. I know this does not ever get easier. My thoughts are with you."
Nicole Zsuzsics of Canton, MI/Chesapeake, va

"I was passing through and reading the names when I found your Trevor. My heart went out to him because I noticed he was from Canton - a neighbor. Until then, all the names were from far away, but reading of your loss has brought it all home. What is remembered, lives. I will remember your loved one."
Dawn of Ypsilanti, MI

"I went to Airborne school with Trevor, then flew to Korea with him. I remeber we got stuck in Japan because of snow, then Seoul for 5 days, he did not like his room mate at the hotel, so he crashed on my couch for the week. We had a great time and I got to know him well. We were both so nervous about going to our first unit. We then were paired up at 2ID reception for a few more days. He was assigned to 1/506 and I went to 1/503. He used to come down to Camp Casey to relax and would always call me to go out. Your son was a great man and I am heart broken about your loss.
I have some pictures of us together in Japan and Korea, if you would like them please email me jgalvan123@yahoo.com

Remember your son had many friends because he was such a kind person. I am sure God and Trevor are looking over you now."
SGT John N. Galvan of Argyle Tx

"i served wtih trevor in Korea and I knew him pretty well. I am a fellow paratrooper and I always told him the 82nd was the place to be. I am very sorry to hear of his death. It brought me to tears to know that he would not be able to fulfill his dreams. He seemed like a little brother because he was new to the army and was very eager to learn."
Tim Perez of moline illinois

"this is for your parents bro
im sorry u lost trev he was my freind im so sorry i was with him in korea i miss him so much i cant explain i figured you burried him in arlington so i went there on memorial day but i couldnt find him i know its ruff im sorry for that. if you dont remember me im the one you sent the bread to in korea i was his roommate im so sorry it happened to him he was a great soldeir mentoe leader i dont know if that matters to you i hope so i cry for trevor i miss my little buddy so bad
hes wanna the best freinds ive ever had
i hope that through all the pain u can see the greater good here i know its hard i really do. i cant sleep at night becuase of everything but its not a waste im sorry this has happened to you im comin to canton someday to see yall i owe that to him. i hope you alll our doin good im so sorry"
sgt rearick, israel of ft hood

"To the family of Sgt Trevor, my prayers and tears are for your son, I was going thru the Cnn specials of all the young men and women that have died and Trevor's photo just jumped out at me. I had to know more, so I was able to research,I even saw his name when they dedicated the WW 2 Memorial in Washington DC on Memorial day this year. When they read all the names of the men and women killed in action. I will we sending a donation to St Michaels Church in Trevors name, My prayers have been with you as I thought of all the firsts this year you had to have without Trevor. But now that it is his 1st anniversary in Heaven on Tuesday I couldn't not write. May God bless you and your special Hero."
Elizabeth Zarak of East Brunswick NJ

"This old paratrooper will never forget the brotherhood of the greatest division in the world. Although I never ran across Blumberg my heart still hurts for my brother. May you rest in peace."
Anthony of Denver, CO

"I CANT SAY ENOUGH ABOUT BLUMY. HE WAS MY FIRST ROOMMATE IN KOREA, HE SHOWED ME HOW TO PRESS MY UNIFORMS AND SHINE MY BOOTS. HE TAUGHT ME WHO TO OPERATE IN COMBAT AND DEFINATELY WITHOUT BEIN THERE HELPED MY * STAY SAFE WHILE I WAS IN IRAQ.AND YOUR PARENTS KEPT SENDIN ME BANANA BREAD IN KOREA AFTER U LEFT I MISS U BRO. ILL NEVER FORGET
AIRBORNE"
SGT ISRAEL REARICK of FT. HOOD TX

"I'm sincerly sorry about your son's horrifying
death. I never had the chance to thank him, but
since your his family thank you foreverything. I
appericate it very much more than all the words can ever say. Thank you with all my heart and more. Your son was very courageous for doing
his job, and on his own will. But now, your son
is in a better place where he isn't suffering, so if
your going to be happy, be happy for him, I think
he would want you to be happy for him, his own
special family."
Kassi of Barker,New York,

"Trevor was one of the first guys I met when I was transferred to Ft. Bragg. A 24 hr. shift with him helped me to really get to know him as a very honest and good hearted man. He really helped me see my new home at the 82d as it really is. A group of brothers. You are and will be greatly missed, Trevor."
Spc. Seelinger, B Co. 1/504 of Ft. Bragg, NC, USA

"Sergeant Blumberg, goodbye soldier and thank you. You are my hero."
Bill of Houston, Texas

"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. Your HERO, Trevor, will be remembered by name. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless you. Pat & Sandi Breckenridge from Montana "

"To the Bloomberg Family,
Brave young men such as your son are the reason we are free today. God Bless you."
Christy of Indiana

"Thank you Trevor Blumberg, 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

"Rita & I met Trevor during his last weeks at West Point in New York. He came to the club where our band was playing, with his freind, Doc Wagner. They had a great time dancing and hanging out with us. He said they were headed for Iraq, and we promised to send them a package. We waited too long. The package we sent was returned to us this week."
Jerry Piper of New York, NY

"My thoughts & prayers go out to all the Military men and women who are at war and especially those who have lost their lives. May God bless you forever. Thank you for everything, you are my hero! Rest in peace."
Amanda K Casas of San Diego, Texas

"To the family of Trevor - "We send our sincere condolences in the loss of your dear son. My husband had the privilege of having lunch with him at Ft. Bragg during a visit with our son. He was the finest of soldiers and a kind friend to our only son John who served with him in the 82nd Airborne and in Iraq. Trevor's sacrifice will never be forgotten as we daily enjoy the freedom he gave his life to preserve. May God's love surround you and comfort you in the days ahead and bring you the peace that only He can give. We will keep you in our prayers and remember all that Trevor did to make this world a better place. God bless you all!"
The Shelden family of Moorestown, NJ 08057

"To the family and friends of Sgt. Trevor Blumberg:
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 Trevor 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 Sgt. Trevor Blumberg:
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 Trevor, 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