Fallen Heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom

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

Army Sgt. Todd James Robbins


33, of Pentwater, Michigan.
Killed in action in Iraq. He was assigned to C Battery, 3rd Battalion, 13th Field Artillery Regiment (Multiple Launch Rocket System), Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Died on April 3, 2003.

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"Still missing you"
Renee of Three rivers

"To Todd's family, "it was a great honor to serve with Todd, he was a great soldier and an even better man, he will never be forgotten""
Ronnie Wallett of San Antonio, Texas

"11 memorial days without you that we've celebrated you. I know the meaning of this day... God bless you!"
Renee

"STILL not forgotten.........."
LLRobbins of Rothbury MI.

"Today at church service, our minister had those who had served to stand up, and then stated if we have served with anyone that has fallen. I stood there and wept uncontrollably. All I could think about was you and Scott. I hope your family is doing well and know I miss ya Brudda! God bless!"
Ric Munoz (SSG, med retired) of Lawton/Ft. Sill, Ok/USA

"My dear brother.... It's been 10 years tomorrow since you gave it all for your country. I miss you and I'm saddened that you can't share in our life. Your family misses you so as you are worth more than the freedom of another nation. You deserved so much more... All my love"
Renee Stratton of Three rivers mi

"Hello sweet Todd. From time to time I come back here and I send a prayer to you. You have not been forgotten. I will always say thank you for your dedication. Today you are in my prayers and hope you look down and feel like a total hero because that is exactly what you are. Sweet night angel."
Elsa Cassolopez of New Orleans, LA USA

"Save a place for me Todd, would like it next to my parents, however I can do anywhere. We only have so long."
Louis Robbins of Rothbury, Mi.

"Today we placed a wreath on a tree planted in memory of SGT Todd Robbins - part of the Wreaths Across America ceremony at Warriors Walk/Ft Stewart, GA. It was a beautiful ceremony and we were honored to place a wreath. Thank you for your service and your sacrifice."
ETCS Jessie Thomas and family of Kings Bay, GA

"Today is Memorial day 2012. Today Kayden and I talked about you- our hero. Thank you for caring so much about our freedom- your nephew enjoys his freedom of being able to goto school and learn everyday and play baseball, soccer, and football all without having to worry. Thank you Todd for your sacrifice. We cant wait to meet you in heaven someday!"
Renee Stratton of MICHIGAN

"2 days until Memorial Day Todd. I wanted to send a message to you. I just put up 2 new flags, not just for you but all that have served. It is kind of a special day to remember our HEROS. Those here, those gone, those lost. GOD BLESS you. HT2 Robbins, USNR-R. Always ready to serve."
Louis Robbins of Rothbury, Mi. USA

"It has been sometime that I left you a message. For some reason you came to my thoughts. I say a prayer for you. May you be seated to the right side of the lord, with all the angels surrounding you. Rest in peace."
Elsa Cassolopez of New Orleans, LA

"I just wanted to say how privileged I was to call Todd my friend. Through the crazy field problem in Kansas where the tent burned to the ground to the time spent together in Iraq he could always make things better. I am no longer in MLRS but I remember SGT Robbins not only as a great Soldier but also a great man. To all his loved ones you should be proud Todd was, is, and always will be someone who is special. I truly miss my friend."
Ronnie Wallett of San Antonio, TX

"I was in Ft. Sill a year prior Todd, wish I could have seen you before you deployed. Your memory lives on and your friends and family will never forget, thank you for the ultimate sacrifice!"
B. Goldsmith of Florida

"Flying a Flag in your memeory. 11 September 2011, Bagram Afghanistan. You are never forgotten."
SFC Williams, Jonathan of Bagram Afghanistan

"Todd was a great friend soldier and mentor. I always remember him sharing the chocolates his wife sent at camp before war. When the war kicked off all he could think about is his family and home. Some say mistake and some call it fate. A great man in a greater cause. Its cause someone had to do it while others wouldnt. Never Forgotten Ever."
SPC.Noel Rivera US Army C-btry 3rd 13th FA 2003 13m MLRS of Las Cruces NM

"A day late and a dollar short, 4 4 11, still thinking of you TODD, "less we forget"."
llrobb of rothbury mi 49452

"Said a prayer for you today. Thank you for your service. We will always remember you.
The Cronin's"
Cronin's of Fort. Knox, KY

"”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 the hero’s Mother, Father and/or spouse. We are a 501c3 nonprofit organization! Almost 2,100 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!
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Sincerely and Respectfully,
Kenna
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Project Compassion of Manti, Utah USA

"We never told him that he was making a mistake~ we only wished he didn't have to go. He has gone off to heaven but a day hasn't passed that he hasn't been remembered! We miss you and love you Todd!"
Renee Stratton- sister of Three Rivers Michigan

"Take care of your Grandma Robbins for us Todd."
Uncle Louie of Rothbury Mi.

"Todd may be gone, but he is not FORGOTTEN......"
Louis Robbins of Rothbury Mi.

"Well, here it is. Sept 09. The war in Iraq is mostly over. They still have bombings in Iraq and the women have to cover up and can't walk free like they did when Saddam was alive. Iraq is a mess. Many dictators in the world but the USA went after the weakest one. Now the troops are in Afghanistan and can't win. ( That is sending more troops) In the USA no one gives a care about the troops. The troops are always on page 6. Michael Jackson and American Idol are on page one. Your mother and father became war protesters and got a lot of respect. They know you died for nothing. Sorry about you dying. Sorry about your nice mother dying in 2007. Hope your dad is doing alright."
Charles of Howell Michigan

"dear mr. and mrs. robbins it is with great regret that i leave you this message. i was stunned to learn of the fate of your cherished son Todd. Todd and i served together on the uss wasp. being both from michigan we bonded right away. we worked out together and cliff jumped and snorkeled the reefs of palma spain together. he was a great person and his ambition inspired me to work out all the time as he did. being on the ship togethe and ahging out in ports during leave was a treat when todd and i were together. i remember once when in italy, rome actually todd got pick pocketed! we found the ones who did it and todd and i threatened enough for them to give him his wallet back! it was truly a funny story that one had to be there to witness. i have a picture of todd and i in haifa israel. we were guests of a very generous family that had adopted us for an excellent dinner. they had us wear those little beanie hats and he and i tried to contain our laughter. the dinner was fantastic and he and i returned to the ship with a great memory! i haven't seen todd since he left the wasp. i have great memories of him. i was saddened by the news of his death. i feel that the navy was never enough for him. it never truly represented what he wanted out of the service. i had the same feelings. we often thought of our lives as a soldier in the marines or the army! i cant begin to empathize your loss as a parent. please know that there are people like myself that would gladly trade places with him right now to give him the second chance he rightly deserves! he is a hero! and although it's been forever since i've seen him he will always be a hero in my eyes! i hope the world recognizes the sacrifices that all our veterans have made whether alive or dead they are the reason that our beloved country has the freedoms we have. my friend Todd Robbins will be missed but never forgotten!"
craig pohutski of dearborn heights, michigan

"I'll never forget serving with you in Iraq. We stood outside the vehicles late at night talking about stupid stuff like TV shows and wondering when we were going to come home. How this would all play out and if we were gonna need those damn gas masks. Turns out we didn't. Didn't need those stupid pills either. If there's a God I hope he rewards the measure of a man by his heart because you deserve comfort for what you endured. You were a good man and a good friend to your fellow soldiers. You are missed."
SPC Anthony Frenzel of Fargo, ND

"Very sorry about your mother Todd. She died a year ago and I tell you she thought about you everyday. A very nice lady. We have a new President Todd and he's going to bring the troops home and stop this worthless war. However, we will keep your memory up front at the American Legion."
Charles of Howell mi

"I have followed Todd's story through Isela Cronin and the story of his mom. I am a mother and yearn for the sorrow of her death. May God have them in heaven and may God have her holding the hand of her son. As her wish was given upon her request to God.
May the lord have them in heaven and reunite them in his kingdome. God bless Todd and thank you for being our American Hero. Anne I as mother hope you can see all the mothers that suffer and be an angel to them. I never met you but I feel your pain even though I have never suffered a loss and I pray that I never have to. God bless you and Todd. May you rest in peace."
Elsa of Cassolopez

"To those of you who read this post about Todd, his mother Anne has joined him in heaven (Dec. 2007). The passing of Anne was unexpected, some say she passed of a broken heart. They will both be missed terribly, and in our hearts forever!

Trying to let go...
of the memories of sorrow
buried deep within me
sometimes I cry for noone else to see
I miss your smiles, your laughter
so I join you in the everafter.

I see you there my son
the one I have missed so much
you take my hand and we walk and smile
heaven is a beautiful place
and together we now will wait a while
for others to join us when the time is right

No longer alone, my tears fading
my son and I... together waiting."

"I only met you when i was young and i don't remember you really well but i love you uncle Todd."
Kennedy Paul Robbins of Ludington, Michigan

"My name is Maria Robbins, I am the grand daughter of George Richard Robbins, My Grandfather was Todd's great uncle. You have alot of family out here in California that never had the honor or pleasure of knowing you, my heart goes out to all of my extended family in Michigan, hopefully someday we can get to meet all of you guys, I've done my family history and I know we have alot of family back there. I lost my grandfather in 1981 and my father(George Richard Robbins Jr in 2004, my grandfather would of been very proud of Todd, my e-mail address is mariagrrpie1971@aol.com if anyone would like to contact us, we would love to hear from any Robbins back there, I can also be contacted through my website at Apples2Zebras.net."
Maria Robbins of Hoopa, Ca USA

"Todd,I can see that big smile on your face now. We all miss your mom but know she is with you now. Her broken heart finally reunited you two. I think of her daily and wonder why, but I know you will take care of her."
Louis L Robbins of Rothbury Mi.

""To Family and Freinds of SGT Todd Robins"

SGT Robins and myself served together in HHS 3-13th FA together. I took over his Arms Room duties after he got promoted to SGT. SGT Robins was a perfect example of what an NCO sould be."
SSG Rankin, Adrian L. of Fort Lee, VA

"December 30, 2007
To the family of Sgt. Todd James Robbins:
Todd 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

"Robbins Rd. Ft. Sill, OK!!! You diserve the honor of having a street named after to you, and your crew. Oaks & Rhenn."
Isela Cronin of Ft. Sill , OK

"SGT Robbins (Todd) You are not only a great inspiration as a soldier, but also a great American. I was very proud to have served with you, your family should be proud."
SFC Wallett (Ronnie) of San Antonio, TX

"Todd tomorrow is Memorial Day 2007. We will be honoring you and all of our heroes. Cruz graduated Friday and boy WHAT A HANDSOME AND PROUD MAN he has turned out to be. Was going to be very hard to hold back the tears, but I felt your presence and calm so surprisingly we all held it in and felt peace and pride. Thanks son--you gave us such a beautiful rememberance in Cruz. He looked so happy and will go on and make you prouder. My heart hurts so much every time we go to your grave--please be with me tomorrow and make MY pride erase away some of the tears. Love mom"
Anne Robbins of Pentwater,Mich

"Todd,
I would like to say thank you to you and the other two soldiers who were also killed in that attack for your service and sacrifice for our Country. And to your family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

"Without Fear, Favor Or The Hope Of Reward"
13th FA Motto"

"Well Todd it is Christmas Eve and I miss you! Family was here last night and today--much Love but there is a space left for you and Damn we wish you were here. Oh, how Cruz has grown!! He looks more and more like you every day! He gave us gifts that are American Proud---I guess he really is proud and misses you too!! He will go on and be everything you wanted him to be. Proud, compassionate, quiet and forceful when he needs to be. Came in the door yesterday chewing gum--remember?? When did you not have the gum in your mouth?? Peace my son--lay down with the angels singing and the new born babe in your heart--you earned your place in the Kingdom of Heaven----Love MOM"
anne Robbins of Pentwater, Michigan

"My dear son, Today is Veterans'Day--2006. I have shed so many tears since you left us. It does not mean I am not proud!!!! What a wonderful man and soldier you became. My heart is shredded but will always know that you gave the world a chance for peace-something that many of us never do. Stay happy I LOVE YOU and am praying that one day we will be with you forever. MOM"
Anne Robbins of Pentwater, Michigan

"Oh what a beautiful young man you were. Just like my son Michael. You died the very day I was being told of the death of my Michael. Bonded now in Heaven the two of you, left behind are the ones who loved each of you so much. 3 1/2 years and your Mother and I still have the same hole in our hearts and the same pain that grabs us. But go on we must to continue in the Honor our sons gave us in their life and in their death. Thanks for sending the angels to hold us when we can't hold ourselves. Forever grateful for your Honor!"
Lila Lipscomb of Flint, MI

"Three years have passed and there are times like it seems just like yesterday. They say it is supposed to get easier to deal with your death but it never does. We all miss you more than we can ever express. Our son has turned out wonderful a fine young man, you would be so proud. Your mom says he looks like you more every day. We miss you."
ex-wife Teresa Shafer of Hart, Michigan

"Spring is rearing its head in West Michigan and Memorial day is approaching. My thoughts often wander to the sacrifice both you and your family have made on behalf of our nation. You are kept close to our hearts. We will never forget."
The Fleury Family of New Era, MI

"I worked with Todd at Wicks Lumber and went to West Shore C.C. with Todd. He is a true HERO. It saddens me to know he is no longer with us. The saying of "Freedom isn't Free" really hits home when I think about Todd. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and hope that you find peace. "All gave some, Some gave all". You will be missed Todd."
SGT Scott Fredericks, Michigan Army National Guard of Manistee, MI

"To the family of:odd James Robbins I am so sorry for the loss of your love one. He died a hero defending freedom. May you have the peace and understanding that only comes from God. Prayerfully, we will 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, Gateway Community Church, 11677 Brown Bridge Rd., Covington, GA 30016. (770)787-1015. Your friend in Jesus Christ,"
Polly Ballew of Covington, GA

"Todd,

My heart hurts, every time I think of you, & the sacrafice you made. In order for us to enjoy our freedom. I
will look after you wife."
Isela Cronin of Ft. Sill

"The Price For Being Free

"The price for being free;
Is a very big price to pay.
Our sons and daughters give their lives,
For us to sleep in peace at night.
For us to be who we want,
And say what we think.
We hear and see things we'd rather not;
Watching them on the news,
Hearing things on the radio.
The price they pay for us to be free.
Going off to war, trying to set things right;
Protect and defend.
Not knowing what's going to happen;
Whether their going to lose or keep their life.
Waking up the next day to do it all again.
Living life day to day,
Thinking 'is this all going to end?'
Waiting to go home to dad and mom.
Helpless at times,
Yet never hopeless;
Always wanting more.
The price for being free.
Brothers and mothers;
Sisters and fathers.
Giving every ounce of strength and courage.
For their generation and the next;
Able to live in peace.
Not knowing what the next day holds,
Which cards will get played.
Never fighing alone,
Fighting for and with the ones next to them.
Giving up is not an option,
Never giving in.
For that we are glad to say:
"We are proud to be and American."
The price for being free."


I am as well from Pentwater and now am a member of the US Air Force. My family knew the Robbins.I join in August of 2003 and am now stationed at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC); Landstuhl, Germany. As of the beginning of last week I was tasked to be TDY to Ramstein Air Base, which is just north of LRMC. I am here working at the CASF, Contingency Airmobility Staging Facility. I work with all inbound and outbound soldiers, airman, marines, and sailors coming from down range and going back to the states. My heart goes out to the family of SGT Robbins. God Bless you all."
Airman 1st Class Shannon L. Tyler of Ramstein Air Base, Ramstein Germany(home of record: Pentwater, Michigan)

"To Ann,
As a friend of Todd growing up in Hart, I will always have the deepest respect for him. I was on a funeral detail while serving in the Army, until Todds no funeral effected me as much as his did. I will miss "Duck""
Todds Friend of Michigan

"I didn't know Todd, but not only am i in the Army, i am also from Hart. I spent nealy a year in Iraq, most of it in Fallujah. To the family of Sgt. Robbins, you have my respect and my gratitude. May god bless Todd and his family. All gave some, but some gave all. . . ."
Sgt. Ron Creed of 82nd Airborne Division, Ft. Bragg NC

"To: Anne Robbins

I marched in the memorial day parade in Pentwater on last monday 5-30-05 and I was happy to see you there to give support and keeping Todd's memory alive. As you know I went to school with Todd and I am thankful to have known him. Todd was taken from this world to early but something that will never be taken away from all that knew him is the memories that we have of him palying football or just hanging out. If I could take his place I would and I am sure if the same happened to me he would be saying the same thing. Thank you Todd and thank you Anne(the Gold Star Mother). If you ever need anything please call."
Dave Masunas of Hart, Michigan

"To the family of SGT Robbins. I am not sure if you have received your invitation. Fort Sill has built a Memorium for those Soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice. My name is 1LT Garcia and I am leaving this message to inquire if you are coming to the Dedication Ceremony and to see if you have any issues with the casualty assistance office. If you do you may contact me at work at (580) 442-4192 or at home, after 6 p.m. (central), at (580) 351-1953. You have my condolences on the loss of your loved one."
1LT Andy Garcia of Fort Sill, OK/USA

"SGT Robbins and I got to HHS, 3-13th on the same day, and he became the unit armorer and I was the XO. He was always positive and had smile on his face. He was great Soldier and great friend."
CPT Bill McLin of FT Sill, OK

"My name is Kim Cooper. I went to Spitler Elementary School in Hart with Todd when we were young children. We didn't really know each other much, but I remember him as being a quiet and shy kid, much like I was. Now, I wish I had known him better. It shocked me when I heard of his passing. I remembered him 25 years later, and now I will remember him always as a true hero. My sincere condolences go out to Todd's family and friends. To Todd, I thank you. God bless you."
Kim Cooper of Muskegon, MI / USA

"Dear Anna,Your Son Sgt.Todd Robbins I can only thank him so much for our Freedom we enjoy today.His sacrifice will not be forgotten.A Veteran SFC Gilmore,US Army Too."
Russell Gilmore of Grand Rapis,MI.

"Todd, Thank you for your sacrifice;You will not be forgotten."
Sergeant James P. Robbins of Ceres, California USA

"Life, Love and Sacrifice...On this day Sept. 11, 2004...Memories of all who perished on this fateful day 3 yrs. ago. And memories of those who chose to serve their country in this war. My heart is saddened, my eyes are blurred, to have something so tragic have incurred, to die for others, with no regrets, there's not a soldier that I haven't met, that wouldn't give their life with no regrets. They are the strong, true of heart, unburdened to do their part, to give up for us in what we do believe....God Bless the Robbins Family for a job well done...In raising one hell of a Son! His actions, his heart, his memories will never part!"
Unknown of Michigan

"To the family of Todd Robbins - words cannot express how badly I feel about your terrible loss. I am in 214th Brigade, under which 3-13th was assigned. I arrived to Kuwait to join the unit two days before we heard of the tragedy that struck the 3-13th FA. The entire unit felt your pain, and I know I will always feel for you. It hits so close to home to lose somebody in your own unit. On Memorial Day, I put pictures of SGT Robbins and the other two soldiers who lost their lives with him on the walls of the barracks and at every work building throughout the brigade. Of course it in no way can bring them the amount of recognition they deserve, but they are remembered -and many of their pictures are still on the walls, 4 months later. God bless your family and may He be with you always."
SPC Jenna Williams of Fort Sill, OK

"Dear Anne,
It's been over a year now but time has not made it any easier.My only grandson Sgt.Donald S. Oaks Jr. served and died with Todd and Randall on that terrible day. That was the worst day of our lives.we know it will not be in vain.They were our brightest stars and i know that their light will shine on for all eternity.They were the finest crew the ( 3- 1 3 ) had and i know they will not be forgotten. I pray that you and your family will know GODS peace."
Sam&Mary Oaks grandparents of Erie,Pa. U.S.A.

"To the friends and family of Todd James Robbins:
I know that no words can ease your pain, but I would like you to know that I truly appreciate your loved ones sacrifice and he will never be forgotten. These soldiers were all so strong and brave. My husband, Justin Linden, was KIA in Iraq on June 4, 2004. I will continue to pray for you and all of the families of the fallen soldiers. God bless."
Sarah Linden of Portland, OR USA

"Hi, my name is Lisa. I'm a sophmore in Wesminster Christian School in Miami, Fl, and our school on the Nat'l Day of Prayer gave us bracelets with fallen soldiers' names for us to pray for their souls and their families. I chose Todd's name and I will be praying for him and his family. We all are proud that he made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom."
Lisa Garcia of Miami, Fl-USA

"Todd, how we miss you!! I can't believe it has been one year! Dustin if you would like to contact me my e-mail address is Purpleane@cs.com. It was such a wonderful message you left for Todd. God Bless you-
Anne Robbins Todd's mother"
Anne Robbins of Pentwater, michigan 49449

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

"Hey Todd,
I can't beleive it's been a year already. I extend my most sincere condolences to your family. You were a dedicated professional and a great friend to me. While you paid that price I enjoyed the benefits of freedom and prosperity. My family and I owe you so much. I'll never forget how much you enjoyed the Army and the Navy, and I'll never forget how much effort you put into being a great Sergeant. I won't be forgetting you."
Dustin Farahnak of Lubbock Texas

"TODD----I really don't know where to start. It has been one year today that the LORD called you home. Whenever I see your parents, it brings a tear to the corner of my eye. The pain I see is heart breaking. It is hard for any of us to understand why things like this happen. Now, every time a turkey is deep fried, every fish caught and at the family reunions at the river, each holiday, every time the phone rings, fire works in the back yard, there will be thoughts of you. Your quiet nature and friendly smile will be missing. Everyday, more of your brothers and some sisters are called home to be with the LORD and you. More mothers, fathers, wives, sons, daughters and other family members will feel the void yours now feel. We must pray for them also. Some day we will all be together in glory. GOD bless you Todd, I will see you again."
Louis L Robbins of Rothbury, Mi

"In Loving Memory..Its been a year..

At the rising of the sun and at its going down, We remember them.
At the blowing of the wind and in the chill of Winter, We remember them.
At the opening of buds and in the rebirth of Spring, We remember them.
At the blueness of the skies and in the warmth of Summer, We remember them.
At the rustling of leaves and the beauty of Autumn, We remember them.
At the beginning of the year and when it ends, We remember them.
As long as we live, they too will live;
for they are now a part of us, as we remember them.
Rest in Peace Dear Soldier! We will NEVER FORGET!"
The Grogan Family of Lakeland, TN

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

"Todd, you did what you promised to do and there is great honor in that sacrifice. To the family of Mr. Robbins I am sorry that his gift to us cost you so much.

My Political views aside his act of love deserves a salute from every person in this country right up to the president's office for their is no man regardless of rank or stature who has the right to deny him what is due a man of honor.

We are endebted to Todd and those like him, regardless of the cause for which they served or the fortunes that ended their service to this country. I only hope that those who defined this cause appreciate the full value of that debt."
Jasen Ward of Indianapolis, IN (USA)

"Thank you Todd Robbins, 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

"DEBORAH OF WASHINGTON STATE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INPUT. VERY KIND OF YOU. FREEDOM OF SPEECH IS GREAT. TODD, AS A FINE HARD WORKING MILITARY MAN WOULD SUPPORT YOUR FREESPEECH. I AGREE. THE WAR IS WRONG. THE HEART OF THE NATION IS IN THE RIGHT PLACE..BUT GOING TO WAR IS THE WRONG WAY TO DO IT. WAR IS HEARTBREAK. I SERVED DURING VIETNAM AND I ALWAYS PRAYED WE WOULD NEVER SEE FINE MEN DIE AGAIN IN A WAR. THEN 2003 ROLLED AROUND AND OUR BEST IS DYING AGAIN. MY HEART IS HEAVY FOR THE TODD ROBBINS FAMILY."
DWIGHT. of MICHIGAN.

"SHAME on you DEBORAH from Washington State for using this forum to air YOUR political beliefs. THAT IS SO LOW!"

"Todd, You did what your Commander in Chief asked you to do, in a war that should not have been. In doing your job, you gave the ultimate sacrifice ... your life ... and I so pray your death be not in vain. For all you endured, and for all you will miss, my heart has no words ... only reverence ... tears ... pain ... and lingering sorrow. You hold a special place deep inside of my heart. I will not forget you. I cannot forget you. You are my brave and selfless hero ... forevermore ...

And Dwight, I pray you find some peace in today, and in all that is past. Take care, my friend."
Deborah of Washington State

"I just hope this war doesn't end up like Vietnam. I don't want to see these men and women done wrong like we were wronged back in the 60s and 70s."
Dwight of Michigan.

"What we do for ourselves alone dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains, and is, immortal. Words just don't express the sadness I feel for the loss."
Lily Conners, (Donald Oaks' Aunt) of Erie, PA

"To my son, I've loved you for over 33 years, may all that know you remember not only you were a brave soldier, but a great son,father,brother and husband. My painis so deep that at times I know the angels are holding me in their arms as I wouldn't be able to stand without them and my God. May God see you are happy and forever glorified for giving your life for so many people. Look down upon me Todd and hold me in your arms, just one more time and let your spirit guide me to get through this time and forever until I can once again hold you in my arms. ILOVE,LOVE,LOVE YOU FOREVER AND EVER!!!"
Anne Robbins,Todd's mother of Pentwater, Michigan 49449

"My wonderful nephew is now a Hero. May God find a place for you and all our Brave Soldiers who so willingly laid down their lives for all of us."
Aunt Sheryl of Houghton Lake, Michigan

"Our prayers are with your family during this difficult time. Thank you brave soldier, your courage and sacrafice will never be forgotten."
Ken and Maritza Holley of Pembroke Pines, Florida

"Todd is a Hero and now an Angel. And what gives us all comfort is knowing we will meet again in a place where there is peace and freedom. In our hearts Soldier, you will be, on our minds till eternity. You have sacrificed, and want you to know the Iraqi people will have what you wanted to help them achieve.....Freedom.....God Bless you and your family"
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"To the family and friends of Sgt. Todd Robbins:
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 Todd 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. Todd Robbins:
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 Todd, who continues to live on in your heart."
Tim Rivera, of Powder Springs, Georgia

"RIP Brave Warrior. We shall never forget you"
The Taylors, USMC of NC

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