Fallen Heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom

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

Army Spc. Peter G. Enos

24, of South Dartmouth, Massachusetts.
Dartmouth died in Bayji, Iraq, when a rocket-propelled grenade struck his patrol vehicle. He was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 7th Field Artillery Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, in Schweinfurt, Germany. Died on April 9, 2004.

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"You will never be forgotten Peter as long as I am alive."
Nancy E. Reid of Cumming GA

"Peter, my old high school buddy. How I miss our friendship and bond over our future Army careers and our love of the Tazmanian Devil! Besides our recruiter, SFC Jerry "G" Generalao, Peter was my very first Army mentor. I still have the red beret and army manuals he gave me so I could study ahead of time before I left for Basic Training. Peter graduated a year before me, and technology back then was not as amazing as it is today. I hate that we lost contact. I hate that I found out the horrible news after he was gone. I am grateful, however, that I was stationed at Walter Reed and was able to attend his military funeral. I recall learning he had a wife and a baby boy at that time. I wanted to reach out and hug Shannon and Marcus and tell them all the stories of me and Peter in high school and our love for the Army but I held back. I did what a good soldier does in uniform, and never let my emotions show. When it was over and I returned to my car, I cried my heart out, until tingles took over my finger tips and I could no longer feel them from my deep sobs. I still get tears in my eyes even now as I write this and remember that day. Fast forward to meeting my husband and having breakfast with a military friend of his. My heart sank when I learned he was the one that delivered the horrible news to Peter's family. His words haunt me. That visual haunts me. Every once in a while, I open the box in my closet and see his face on the newspaper article I saved. I see his picture or name randomly through a facebook post or random website like this and I immediately choke up. I pray his wife and son and parents have found peace as each year goes by. I wonder how that could even be possible when I struggle with it and the last time I saw him was around 1998. I think about Peter every Memorial Day and say a silent prayer in my heart for his family, especially his son. I hope Marcus is fortunate to hear how incredibly wonderful his Daddy was. RIP Peter. <3"
Jennifer Sylvia Whitworth, DHS Graduate and friend of Narragansett, RI


Hey buddy, I can still remember talking to you outside of our chow site in Iraq when you were in charge of making sure we washed our hands and used hand sanitizer. You were always cool to talk to and you were a great medic, I'm glad I got to know you by being in the same unit. Miss you.

Formerly Specialist Peters 1-7FA"
Rich Peters of Southgate,MI USA

"Dear Coach,

You may not remember the impact you made, but be sure that your memory is not soon forgotten.

Just so you and family are aware, some of the boys you mentored and coached, carry on your legacy of compassionate, skilled military medicine. If you hadn't provided such a stellar example of dedication and patriotism, we may not have made the decision to carry on the tradition of military medical excellence. Having spent time with plenty of Army medics, I personally have no doubt that your positive attitude and tough nature embodied all that Army medics are known for, and your family should be so proud of you and your service. While I wish that you had been able to coach and mentor young men for many years, I appreciate your sacrifice and the ultimate gift that you gave to your country.

As a Navy Corpsman, I only hope that I can carry on the legacy that you left for your wrestlers; hard work, mental toughness, positive attitude, and fair play. Your legacy lives on in the lives of those that you coached and mentored. Fair winds and following seas Coach, may the wind be ever at your back.

Grant me, oh Lord, for the coming events;
Enough knowledge to cope and some plain common sense.
Be at our side on those nightly patrols;
And be merciful judging our vulnerable souls.
Make my hands steady and as sure as a rock;
when the others go down with a wound or in shock.
Let me be close, when they bleed in the mud;
With a tourniquet handy to save precious blood.
Here in the jungle, the enemy near;
Even the corpsman can't offer much lightness and cheer.
Just help me, oh Lord, to save lives when I can;
Because even out there is merit in man.
If It's Your will, make casualties light;
And don't let any die in the murderous night.
These are my friends I'm trying to save;
They are frightened at times, but You know they are brave.
Let me not fail when they need so much;
But to help me serve with a compassionate touch.
Lord, I'm no hero -- my job is to heal;
And I want You to know Just how helpless I feel.
Bring us back safely to camp with dawn;
For too many of us are already gone.
Lord bless my friends If that's part of your plan;
And go with us tonight, when we go out again.

RIP Coach"
Charlie of La Mesa, CA

"It has been a long time, however not a day passes that I don't think about you and all the fallen Soldiers of Task Force 1-7."
SFC Holland of Texas

"May 30, 2001 Miss you brother"
SFC Generalao of Killeen, TX USA

"You will be with me till the end. Im sorry budddy."
David Flores of Germany

"To the Enos Family,
I completely understand your pain. I lost Amy- my wife in Iraq a little over a month ago. I stumbled upon this site and the name Enos just clicked. I remember her talking about the family and the grieving wife. I personally did not know your husband but i remember Amy talk about you and how much you loved him. I am so saddened and truly sorry for your loss. If you need someone to talk to my cell is always open 24/7---253 326 2972."
SFC Tirador of Fort Lewis, WA.

"I Love U uncel Tobe"

"November 11, 2009
We miss you Pete..
SFC "G" Retired U.S. Army"
Jerry Generalao of Killeen, TX, USA

"miss you buddy ...."
marcus of sweden/gothenburg

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"Re: SPC Peter Gerald Enos

I represent PRAYER SHAWLS 4 FALLEN SOLDIERS (PS4FS), an organization that since October 2007 has sent over 2,800 prayer shawls to military families who have lost a loved one. We are an organization of over 240 groups from all over the country. We make every effort to reach families even when post cards are returned after they have moved. Would you kindly send me a contact email/address so that we may send a loving hand-made prayer shawl to the family? Thank you!

Cozette Haggerty, Prayer Shawls 4 Fallen Soldiers
Email: ps4fs@charter.net
Website Address: http://webpages.charter.net/ps4fs/shawls"
Cozette Haggerty of Wilbraham, Mass.

"To the Enos family...
Peter was one of the nicest people I have ever met. Pete and I were in high school together, I remember sitting on the floor at my house doing social studies projects! I have some great memories of him, he could always make me laugh. You should see the yearbook entries that he made in my book throughout our DHS years. Sorry it has taken me so long to write this, I never knew this site existed. My prayers to your family always."
Jenn (Ferreira) Gauthier of Dartmouth

"Dear Shannon and Marcus,

I know this is coming a long time after the fact, but that day still haunts me. You asked me once to tell Marcus of his dad, but all you need to do is read these messages. In every platoon of Medics there is always one who stands above the rest and that was Peter. I will always remember him as a Medic who always strived to be the best that he could be at his job, both tactically and technically. I could ALWAYS entrust him to get the mission done. He was the Soldier you never had to worry about because he could be trusted to do the right thing 100% of the time except of course when I gave him permission to stray off the beaten path. As a Senior Instructor here at Ft. Sam I keep Peter and all of the others who have died upper most in my mind. I push myself and my instructors to produce the BEST possible Medics. I want more Peters on the battlefield so that I know deep down inside that there will always be a Medic who stands alone as the best Medic in their platoon. Shannon you and Marcus are never far away from my thoughts and I can not say enough how much it saddens me about his loss. The United States lost a great Soldier, I lost a dear friend and you lost an awesome husband and father. Thank you so much for letting him work for me. Rob"
SFC Weppelman, Robert "Medic from Hell" of Ft. Sam Houston

"To the Enos Family,
I know it has been a while since our hero has passed but he will never be forgotten. Peter was my roomate while we were deployed in Kosovo. He was not only my Soldier but also became a good friend. I remember the days we would spend talking about our families and how one day he would be a father. Peter was truly a good Soldier, Husband, Son, and a great Man. He will never be forgotten....God Bless
Jose De La Torre (SGT De La Torre, A BTRY,1st BN 7th Field Artillery Communications Chief) 2001 - 2002"
Jose De La Torre of Barstow, Ca/ US

""To the family of
SPC Peter G. Enos
It is such an honor to read the remarks regarding your Husband and Father.
I am now retired, and also deployed in OIF, I had the Honor to Lead Young Soldiers like Peter,
He and others are true mark of how great this country is.
I lost my sight due to my deployment, but was Very Honored to Lead My soldiers into Combat.
Remember that Peter was there doing his duty and gave his full measure.
He and all our fallen soldiers will Never Be Forgotten
You are in my thoughts and prayers
God Bless You, Peter and our Troops
MSG (Ret) US Army"
Jerry Abney of Miami, fl"
Jerry Abney of miami, fl

"June 3, 2008
To the family of Spc. Peter G. Enos:
Peter 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"
Peggy Childers of Carson City, NV

"to the family of peter g enos,
i went to dartmouth high with peter and was in the bass line of the marching band with him. i was at the memorial that dartmouth had done for him when they donted the bench. i wish i had known of this site sooner so i would have been able to give my condolences sooner. peter was a great person and i know that his son will also be the same. my prayers and best wishes are with all of you."
suzanne tavares of dartmouth, ma

"To the family of:Peter G. Enos 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"

"To the family of Specialist Peter G Enos~

My name is Jay Cannon and a member of the Patriot Guard Riders. In August, 2006 at Sturgis, South Dakota during the motorcycle rally, the Patriot Guard Riders sponsered the Healing Field. I sponsered a flag for Peter. I now have that flag and I will proudly fly Peter's flag during any Patriot Guard Memorial ride. Peter's flag will be proudly flown on Memorial Day, Flag Day, Veteran's Day and Peter's birthday, April 17.
Godspeed Specialist Peter G Enos. United We Stand . . .
Jay Cannon of Lunenburg, MA

"Dear Marcus,
I knew your father. I served with him until he died. He and I looked at soldiering differently and disagreed more than we could ever agree. That aside I say this without hesitation, that he was the best us. He did it right...every time. You have big shoes to fill, not as a soldier but as a man. You have a great mom and an excellent example to aspire to. Your father would probably blush at the title "hero" but he was. If you ever want to know more just look for the medics from 1/7 FA that he served with we loved him and looked up to him. Good luck"
Rob Fisher of Peru, In

"As it gets closer to the anniversary of the day we lost our brother, SSG Toby Mallet, i cant help of the other families that lost their loved ones that same day as well others...Please know that you are forever in our prayers.... We lost Toby the same day that you lost your beloved Peter...and i know that as this time gets near its gets harder to not think of that tragic day..please know we are thinking of you and your family and that we are forever grateful for their sacrifices...they are gone but will NEVER be forgotten"
tanya mallet sister of SSG Toby Mallet kia April 9, 2004 of kaplan, la

"To the family of Peter Enos, I can remember the day I met Peter in the cafeteria of Dartmouth High School. He was so excited about joining the Army that one of his friends, Jennifer Sylvia also joined. I was his Recruiter when he first joined. I remember sitting at his house with his mother convincing her and Peter that this was the best thing for him to do. Pete eventually joined the Army Reserves.

I was in Baghdad, Iraq the day he died. When I saw his name in the Stars and Stripes Newspaper, my heart fell. I went back to my hooch and felt every emotion come over me that you could possibly imagine. To Peter's Mother, my deepest apologies. My heart and love go out to you and Peters wife and child. I hope one day you can all forgive me. Maybe I shouldnt be taking the blame but here I sit wishing I never would have met Peter that day. I've lost soldiers in my platoon and lost friends that year but none hurt as bad as losing Peter. Forever mourning your loss,

SFC "G""
SFC Generalao of Fort Hood, TX

"Deborah, Joseph and Shannon,

I am a neighbor, we haven't met; but Peter and my daughter rode the school bus together to DMS.

It's been two years, and I still haven't found the courage to walk up to your door and tell me how much your and Peter's sacrifice mean to me, personally.

Every time I drive by your house, I'm reminded of your loss, and I feel shame for not having told you that he remains in my thoughts constantly.

Thank you, and God bless you all, on this Independence Day, 2006."
a neighbor of Somewhere on O'Dundee

I finally found this page after 2 years of Peter's passing and never had the chance to give you my condolences. Peter was an outstanding soldier medic just as you were Shannon. Me and you were in the same platoon and you shared many many stories during Driver's Training and also when went to EFMB together. Boy did you love him. I know everyday you think about Peter because Marcus can never let you forget because he looks identical to his father. You take care of yourself and that precious boy. If you ever need anything you can always pick up a phone and call. 580-284-2259"
Bridget Roberts of Fort Sill, OK

"SPC Enos and Family,
SPC Enos was a special soldier .a true professional who knew how to be a combat soldier as well as a medic...well he was more like a Doctor with all the knowledge he had...he could tell you what and why was wrong with while naming all these different parts of the body , leaving your head spinning! A true warrior who settled for nothing less than the best ,you and your family are in my thoughts...HOOAAH !"
SPC Freeman of New Windsor

"I have several friends as well as my husband who have been deployed since Operation I.F. began. To honor those who have fallen, I purchased a KIA bracelet. The "random" bracelet I received bears Peter's name, rank, and DOD. I was overwhelmed to see how many people's lives were touched by him. May God bless his family, wife, and friends."
Kelly McCormack of Norwich, CT/US

"Shannon and Marcus,
I knew Peter well. I had the pleasure of deploying with him not once, but twice. Peter and I deployed to Kosovo in the Spring of 2003 together and ended up being "battle buddies" at EFMB (Expert Field Medical Badge). Unfortunatly we both "no-goed" together too. In my 9 years in the Army I have seen very few Medics with the knowledge the Peter had. I remember seeing him during the PDP right before we deployed. He came up joking about me breaking the needles off in his "guns" as he called them. I'll never forget when I heard that we had lost another Medic. I had just returned from the memorial of another Medic and friend SGT Lee Todacheenee 1/77AR. We were told that we had a lost a Medic from 1-7FA and all I could think of was "Please no, not Enos.". When the word came down the chain that it was in fact Peter, i went numb. I went to Iraq knowing that not all of us would return, but nothing prepares you for the loss of someone so close. I cannot imagine the pain that you feel Shannon. I just want to offer my condolences and my help in any and everything. Take care.
SGT Jason Tully
299th FSB
TX Plt
Jason Tully of FT Irwin, CA

"The sacrifice is so great, as is our appreciation for Mr. Enos' fine service. We are humbled that such men will fight for us. Our deepest condolences to his family."
The Davis Family of Colton, CA

"Dear Family,
First I would like to tell you how sorry I am for your loss. I am a soldier myself and served in Iraq. I was just leaving Iraq at the time Peter passed away. I never met Peter but from what I have read on this message board I feel as if I had. For about six years I wore a POW/MIA braclet of a pilot from Vietnam. Well after many years of wear it broke. I told myself that I would get myself another bracelet, but this time it would have more meaning to me, from a conflict that I was in,to honor one of my fallen "Brothers in Arms". The bracelet I got was of SPC Peter Enos. I would like his family to know that I will wear it with pride and with honor as I did my last one. And when people ask about it as they often do, I will be able to tell them what I have learned of Peter Enos from the many beautiful comments people have made about him. He was a wonderful man and an outstanding soldier."
A. Nelson of Iowa

"Shannon & Marcus,

You guys are still in my prayers. I still grieve for Peter as I know you do.

May God be with you. If you need anything, please do not hesitate to contact me."
Nancy McLaughlin

"To the family of SPC Enos
I share your pain and your loss, my son Raymond was also killed the same day and they were all stationed in Germany. Only God can give us the strenth to go on. They are heros
Olga Chaves (SFC Raymnd E Jones Jr's mom) Costa Rica"
olga chaves of costa rica

"To the family of SPC Enos
I share your pain and your loss, my son Raymond was also killed the same day and they were all stationed in Germany. Only God can give us the strength to go on. They are heros
Olga Chaves (SFC Raymnd E Jones Jr's mom) Costa Rica"
olga chaves of costa rica

"ARMY SPC Peter G. Enos - Rest well brave soldier. You will not be forgotten."

"To Shannon and Marcus,
I attended Dartmouth High School with Peter and we performed in Marching Band together. Peter was such a wonderful person and so much fun to be around. We lost touch after graduation, as most friends do, but when we ran into each other over two years later it was as if no time had passed. That's the type of person he was, when you were lucky enough to be his friend you were a friend for life. When I heard of his passing I cried for days. I visit his memorial whenever I visit home, next to the football field where we performed so many times together.

If Peter chose you to be his wife, you must be very special, and he will always live on in your son. As Marcus grows up and walks around Dartmouth, I'm sure he will be stopped by countless people who will share with him their fond memories of his wonderful dad."
Marni Zeman Fraga of New York, NY

"It has been a year since Peter's passing. We will never forget that dreadful phone call from Mass., telling us of Peter's death. We never got to meet Peter, but Shannon and our dad told us nothing but great things about him. We will always remember!! Thanks again, Peter, for your bravery and heroism to keep us safe! Rest in peace, brave soldier!"
Tina, Steven, Stefani, Corey, and Pam of West Virginia

"Peter, I first met you at Camp Wekeela. You were a great, inspiring person. You will always be remembered by many. You are a hero, and a leader for all. You set precedents to the many who looked up to you. Rest in peace.

-Josh L. Long Island, NY"
Josh Levine of Long Island, NY

"Dear Shannon and Marcus,

I want to let you know that I think of you often. Shannon, I still owe Marcus that letter.....I haven't forgotten. I had the honor and priviledges of knowing Peter. He was such a good person. I will never forget all the talks that we had about babies. I was pregnant at the same time Shannon was and Peter and I used to swap "milestone" stories. He would report to me that the baby was kicking or that Shannon wasn't feeling good. Peter was the ultimate medic. I will never forget the CMTC in Aug '03. Peter and I would swap supplies so that we could both meet our missions. He would always hang out in the ATLS tent trying to learn more medical stuff. It was a pleasure teaching him everything I knew. I was sure that he would someday apply to PA school in the Army. He had unlimited potential. I also will not forget the day that I was sitting at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center and I read his casualty report. I was physically ill and I had to leave work. Shannon, you and Marcus will always be in my thoughts and prayers. Peter was an ultimate soldier and father."
CPT Nancy McLaughlin of Landstuhl Regional Medical Center

"i am sorry about your loss my son nicholas zangara was there that day he also died on july 24 ,2004 roadside bomb . nicholas mom"
barbara burgstahler

"I wanted to give you my condolences on behalf of me and my family. I knew your husband only for a short time while assigned to HHB. He was an OUTSTANDING medic. I was fortunate enough to get my last Anthrax shot from him before we left for Iraq. We were all saddend by his passing. It's hard when a soldier you saw every morning will no longer be in the ranks of our formation when we return. He was a good guy, and a good soldier. He will be missed and never forgotten. As I sit here on R+R im eternally greatfull for the contribution and sacrifice that so many like your husband have made. May God bless your family, today and always."
Sgt. Jerry Howe of HHB 1-7FA, Schweinfurt, GE

I am so sorry for yours and Marcus's loss of Peter. I remember when we were in the field and he would come in to the aidstation that we (299)had set up and I would ask about you and marcus. I remember how proud he was that you had a boy. The thing that saddens me the most is that he wouldn't be there to see his son walk in his father's steps of being a wonderful man. But will watching from heaven. Peter was a fellow soldier and medic. May he rest in peace. My husband was in the same battalion as peter. He is honored to have severed with Peter. Wes(my husband) and I are sorry for you and if you need anything like us know. You can email us at stephaniecurry2003@hotmail.com. Or you can call 210-824-5028. P.S. I was Brown when you and I served with 299 together in Germany."
Stephanie Curry (Brown) of San Antonio TX (BAMC)

"I came across this message board for Peter after leaving a message for a high school friend killed in Iraq on August 4th (Marine Gy Sgt. Elia Fontecchio).

I would like to offer my heartfelt condolences to Peter's family for their loss, and a heartfelt "Thanks" to Peter for fighting and protecting our freedoms.

May Peter and his family all find peace again soon. God Bless."
Julie Amati of Milford, Ma

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

I am so very sorry about Peter. I remember when you first showed Joe and me pictures of 'your friend' Peter...we knew there was more to the story. We could see it in your eyes. It was no shock to us that you got married, or when you both re-enlisted. I thought you were both nuts..its only now that I see how much you both loved our country and what were willing to do for it. I only wish it hadn't meant we had to lose Peter. Peter is not totally lost though, he lives on through your son. I knew you'd both be excellent parents. I wish we would've stayed in contact after Joe and I broke up. You were both good friends to me... I will always be here for you. Joe knows how to get ahold of me. Peter was a good man, I'm glad I had the chance to know him."
Anne Novotny of Forest Hill, MD

"To Shannon, the Enos's, and the rest of Peter's Family

I'm SSG Christopher R. Belcher, the recruiter who had the honor of enlisting Both Peter and Shannon onto Active Duty. I'm am extremely saddened by Peter's passing. From the day you (Shannon)and Peter, walked into the Recruiting station in Catonsville, I knew that you two were the very kind of Soldiers I would Love to serve with in my beloved Army. You Both were motivated about the Army and life. But I am most proud to have been linked to Peters life till the end of time. He will be truely missed by myself and the rest of the Catonsville Recruiting Family. Peter will always be remembered by myself as a True American Hero. Thank you.
Shannon please don't hesitate to call if you need anything. 410-747-1173"
SSG Christopher R. Belcher of Catonsville, MD USA

"To the Entire Enos/Rexroad Family:
Although I never had the priviledge of meeting Peter, I have known Shannon most of my life. Knowing her and her love of family I can only imagine the man he must have been to swoop her off her feet as I know he did. It has been too long since we've last seen eachother, and I am saddened greatly by the fact that this is our most recent contact. Please know that I am here for you always. Don't ever hesitate to call or stop by if you are in town. There is always room for you here. Always room in my heart. Although I know that nothing I can say will extract the pain, I hope that the words of Morrie Schwartz might offer some comfort. "As long as we can love each other, and remember the feeling of love we had, we can die without ever really going away. All the love you created is still there. All the memories are still there. You live on-in the hearts of everyone you have touched and nurtured while you were here....Death ends a life, not a relationship" (Albom, Tuesdays with Morrie, 1997)."
Sandra Gallagher of Baltimore, MD

"Shannon, its been years since I have seen either of you. But I do have to say that I noticed the love you two shared and was STUNNED that something like this hit so close to home. If you ever need me please dont hesitate to call me. I'll be travelling a lot soon cuz im a flight attendant for SouthWest Airlines but I will def take the time to talk to you if you need to. We all miss you down here in MD but you are in our prayers and Peter made you happy and he died for our country, so someday that will make Marcus happy. I love you and ur in my prayers."
stephanie klee of Columbia MD

"Dear Shannon,
I often would think of you and Peter after you left Maryland. It came as no surprise to me when you married him. Everyone around you could see the love you shared. I remember you and Peter having a push-up contest in the living room, and him pretending to let you win. : ) He is safe in heaven now. I am moving to New York in June my new phone number is (914)588-8047. Please call if you just need someone to talk to. Love, Melissa Fuller"
Melissa Fuller of Baltimore, MD USA

"I went to basic training with Peter in the summer of 1996 at Ft Leonard Wood. We bonded right away because we were both from Mass and everyone would make fun of us for our Boston accents. He truly was a great guy. Even though I hadn't talked to him in about 4 years, he is the type of person you never forget.My prayers go out to him and his family, especially his wife and son. If you need anything,please e-mail me at jen@heilind.com
God Bless Peter and his family"
Jen Jandreau of Tewksbury, Ma

"To Peter's family, we know what you are feeling we too lost our son. We know that nothing can take away the pain, but know that you are in our prayers. God bless you all.
Parents of AJ Vandayburg"
Allen & Chantil Vandayburg of Mansfield, Ohio

"Peter, You always looked up to me for being in the Marines and I remember the conversations that we had before you joined the Army. I always told you to do what your heart desired. You made me proud to see you excel in the Army. I still remember about a year ago when you came into Circuit City and you had totally turned into the soldier that you had dreamed of. I only wish I had a chance to say that I'm Proud Of You, and May God Be With You. Well, I'll See You In The Promised Land, and Until Then, May God Bless You My Fallen Friend............John S.(USMC)"
John Sylvia of S. Dartmouth,MA

"To Peter's Family, My heart and prayers go out to all for the loss of Peter. I am honored to have met him while working at the gym in Germany. May God hold and keep you. The memory of Peter will not be forgotten."
mark fitzpatrick of Issaquah, WA

"to the family of peter goes out my heart felt sorrow my brother toby was with peter on the tragic day and also paid dearly with his life. he left behind four children and his wife saskia. also stationed in germany they were brave men who served their country with both honor and dignity. you and your family will be in our prayers"
terry mallet of louisiana

"To Peter's Family:
There aren't words to describe the sorrow we feel for the loss of your hero. May God bless you and help you through this time."
Dan and Meg Manninen of San Antonio, Texas

"Dear Shannon , Marcus & Family of Peter:

We are keeping you and your family in our prayers during this most difficult time. Your brother Shawn has told us much about Peter and we share in your grief. If there is anything we can do, don't hesitate to call us!

Co-workers of Shawn
Paul, Barb, Peg, Eileen and Anna
Catonsville, Maryland"
Paul Funk of Catonsville, Md

I was hoping that I would get to know you better when you came back from serving this great nation. However, God had a greater and more vailant purpose for you; God decided to make you a hero. For that, all Americans are forever indebted to you. God Bless you Peter, and I know, someday,you and I will recolect in heaven.
***A special message to Shannon, Marcus, Deb, And Gerri. My prayers are with you, and may God Bless you always."
Shawn Rexroad of Baltimore, MD, USA

"Thank you to everyone that has sent such heartfelt messages about my husband, Peter Enos. Peter was an incredible husband and father and I loved him so very much. Peter was always the type of person one could depend on. Peter was a highly skilled soldier and medic. Most of the guys in the unit he was in often reffered to him as "Doc". Peter, as a soldier and a man, was someone that always carried out things asked of him with determination, never settling for anything less then 100%. From the day his son was born, Peter was a proud father. Whenever Marcus was brought into work Peter would carry him around and show him off to everyone. He often reffered to Marcus as his "Little Man". As a husband, I can't seem to find enough words to describe how wonderful he was. From the moment I met Peter I knew I loved him and he was my soulmate. I miss him dearly and it is such an incredible loss. I know that Peter is in heaven looking down upon us."
Shannon Enos of Dartmouth, MA

"Rest in Peace Brave Soldier. May God bring comfort and peace to your family. Thank you for the ultimate sacrifice you gave for our freedom."
The Taylors USMC of NC

"Dear Shannon, Marcus, and Family: There are no words I can find that properly express the depth of my sorrow for your loss. In the few times we got together, there was no doubt that Peter loved you and Marcus with all his heart. When I close my eyes, I see him wearing that Daddy's Tool Belt so proudly, and you both covered in baby food. I can also see how his face lit up with pride when, at the BookMark in Wurzburg, he was telling Rob and I about Marcus' latest doings. Peter was a good man and, according to Rob, a damn fine medic. He will be missed and always remembered. I am so very proud to be able to say I knew him. May God bless and keep you, Marcus, and your family always."
Marie Weppelman of Schweinfurt, Germany

"To my wonderful daughter Shannon, my grandson Marcus and Deb and Gerald Enos ,mother and Father of Peter ,
I give you my prayrers for healing and peace. To Peter , my son-in-law I give you much admiration for being the wonderful father and husband that you were. And I also give much appreciation to Peter's parents who raised one great son. To Peter I give my ultimate Thanks for serving our country and letting my daughter , Shannon experience the most wonderful love of her life. Peter , you will be sorely missed by all of the Rexroad family."
Mrs. Nancy Rexroad of Plymouth , MA

"God Bless You, Uncle Peter. You are my hero!"
Stefani Brooke Rexroad of WV

"Shannon, my heart aches for you and your son. Condolences seem inadequate and words seem so shallow in trying to express how sorry I am for your loss. The three of you will remain in our hearts and thoughts always. Peter, you will never be forgotten. I will always remember seeing you and Rob in the front yard of our building BBQing and enjoying, I believe, honey mead that Rob had picked up from Rothenburg. You are missed by many, thank you for touching our lives. Rest in Heaven Peter."
Tracy Cooklin of Schweinfurt, Germany

"To Peter's Family:

On behalf of the Blanco-Caldas family, we send our sincere condolences to you. We share the same loss ... the same pain. Our prayers are with you and we thank you for his bravery and sacrifice.

From the family of Capt. Ernesto M. Blanco-Caldas, KIA Iraq 12/28/2003"
Gloria Caldas (his mom) of San Antonio, TX

"Peter, Words cannot express our feelings at this awful time. You made the ultimate sacrafice for your family and country. We love you and will never forget you. I know sometime we will meet again in heaven. May God Bless You and Keep You. Your my hero!!!"
cousin Scott of Dartmouth, Ma. USA

"Thank you, Peter, for fighting for this great nation. You will never be forgotten. You were such a great husband and father. We will continue to keep Shannon and baby Marcus in our prayers, as well as the rest of the family, as they go through this most difficult time. Your are our HERO! Love, from your in-laws in WV!"
Tina, Stefani, Steven, Pam, and Corey of Moorefield, WV

"Dear Peter,
Thank you for serving America and making the world a safer place. You did the honorable thing by fighting an evil enemy that knows no decency and for that you are forever a hero. Thank you for protecting me and other Americans, we are eternally grateful."
mark reif of winchester, VA

Please KNOW so many people share your sadness, and we are remembering your family in your loss and your deep grief. Your HERO, Peter will be remembered by name. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless you. Pat & Sandi Breckenridge from Montana "

"Thank you Peter Enos, 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 Spc. Peter Enos:
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 Peter 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 Spc. Peter Enos:
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 Peter, 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