Fallen Heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom

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

Army Spc. Jeffrey A. Williams

20, of Warrenville, Illinois.
Williams died in Tal Afar, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near his combat patrol. He was assigned to the Support Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, Fort Carson, Colorado. Died on September 5, 2005.

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"Jeff, I think about our conversations constantly. You kept me laughing in the med station. We said goodbyes before that mission and of course we didn't realize it would be our last. We mentioned how crazy it was that I was going on leave as soon as you got sent on a mission but I promised to bring you something back. I didn't forget! I miss you and will never forget! Commo check!"
Spc. TIFFANY Davis 3rd ACR Med troop of Atlanta,GA

"It is hard to believe that today is the ten year anniversary of Jeffrey's death. Not a day goes by that I do not think of the terrible events of that day. Jeffrey you were a great man and a great Soldier and I am proud to have served with you. Rest in peace and save me a seat at the bar so we can share a beer when I get to Fiddler's Green."
CPT (ret) Matthew Hodges of Mississippi

"Think of our conversations at Striker, time together with you and Adrian. I know wherever you is bettered by your presence and smile. I miss you and think of you,"
Niyo Hollander SGT 3d US Cavalry (Ret) of Los Lunas, NM USA

"Your sacrifice will never be forgotten by the family of Joshua Peters with whom you served. Our heartfelt love to your family who I know misses you every day. I pray they find some solace with other Gold Star families. Nov 11, 2014"
Julie Peters of Branson, MO

"Jeff you were a wonderful young man. thank you for your service. you worked for me before you joined
the service and you were awesome and I am so sad that your life was so short"
robin malpier of Naperville, il

"Jeff was an amazing individual. I truly value the time I was able to be with him growing up. From the practice field to the back yard, he made me smile and laugh."
Matthew Schauer of San Diego, CA

"Just doing a radio check, Will. God is good and he has told me the "Good News" I look forward to seeing you again!"
Sertello M. Glenn-Bracey of Colorado Springs, Colorado

"A little late checking in Will. None the less, thinking of you and many others on veterans day weekend.
10 November 2012"
Manny of Ft. Detrick

"Haven't forgotten you buddy. Rest easy on Fiddler's Green."
Josh Peters of Atlanta, GA

""Just doin a como check Will."

Ft Detrick, MD Oct 2011"
SFC Venegas

"Will, I can't believe it has been five years already. Tomorrow is Veteran's Day and I am saluting you along with all other soldiers that have made the ultimate sacrifice and gave their live for this country. I still think of you and what a wonderful person you where! Will I miss you and will never forget you! God bless your soul!!"
SPC Natalie Pintner of Titusville, FL

"I can't believe it's been 5 years. We all miss you a great deal, Jeff."
Craig Larsen of Chicago, Il

"Still thinking of you CPL Williams.

Sept 2010"
SFC Manuel Venegas of Ft. Detrick, Maryland

"I went to high school with Jeff and played football with him. Today I just happened to stumble across a hand drawn portrait of Jeff on display at the Thompson Center in Chicago. I took some pictures of the portrait, if anyone would like a picture please email me at ted.bodine@gmail.com"
Ted Bodine of Wheaton, IL

"Will although I only got to know you for a short period of time. I miss you very much and still think about you...I will never forget you and the great person you where!"
SPC Natalie Pintner of Titusville, FL

"I still think of Will from time to time. We were just getting to know one another before he passed. I remember the day it all happen. I remember him coming back to say bye to me before he left outside the wire. He told me as soon as he came back he would come see me. When the news came across the radio he was all I could think of. I remember running around the TOC trying to find out if anyone was hurt or killed. Moments later I found out. Will had been a casualty. My heart dropped. This was the second person I knew that had been a casualty in this war.
I remember he told me to keep my hands up when boxing...lol...I still feel his glove punch me in the face. I wish I could have known him more. He was such a sweet person. I felt bad because I told him I would come box with him and I never showed up to the med station...
Will, you are always in my heart and my memories. I don't think I could ever forget you."
Shantel James of California

"CPL Williams,
I just want you to know that I am thinking of you. I will never forget."
SFC Manuel Venegas of PB Hilla, Iraq

"August 22, 2008
To the family of Spc. Jeffrey A. Williams:
Jeffrey 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

"With the going down of the sun, we will remember him."
Kim of Auckland, New Zealnd

"To the family of:Jeffrey A. Williams I am so sorry for the loss of your love one. My heart cries out for you in your grief. He died a hero defending freedom and we are so grateful for anyone defending our freedom.
Know that I am praying for the peace of God that surpasses all understanding for you and that one day we will all meet in Heaven where we will rest in the arms of Jesus.
If you need someone to talk to or someone to pray with please call my Pastor at Gateway Community Church, Reverand John Pearrell 11677 Brown Bridge Rd Covington Ga. 30016 Phone 770- 787- 1015 (fax)770-787-8215.Your friend in Jesus Christ, Polly Ballew"

"I am honestly at a loss for words. Jeff was one of my closest friends back in high school, and he will always be cherished as so.

I remember back in the day, we had a little bet going on about who could run the fastest. Back then, he was definately faster because he was in football at school, and the bet was for a candy bar, which I paid in full.

I left for the U.S. Army myself, and unfortunately was sent to Iraq. When I stepped foot into the Green Zone, I cried, knowing that my best friend was there moments before. As I came home from leave for the Warrenville Car Show, I shed a tear once again when I saw a motorcycle with local dedications, and his name being one of them.

To this day, I still have a snickers bar sitting by a printed picture of him in his football uniform, as a tribute to one of my best friends; no....a Brother.

MSGT Johnathon Jennings
Special Forces
5th Group
1st Battalion"
of Arlington, TX, USA

"All I ask, is for you to remember me on this day, the day I fought and died for your lives. Crp. Jeffery Allen Williams." (Jamie Blair)

I know how it feels to know someone for years, and go through highschool with a person that ended up being your best friend. And you think your going to have that person with you for the rest of your life, or at least for many years. I just knew after he got out of the army, which would of been Feb. 2006; that we were going to have an apartment together, chill together, party together, to even just talk. I kept in constant contact with Jeff the almost 3 years he was in IRAQ, up to Sept. 1st. 2005. He told me on that day when he called me that he was promoted, and was going to be going on a special mission. The last thing he told me through email was that he wanted me to send some alchohal to him in a box. I thought he was crazy as hell. He told me things were getting a little crazy out there; but he's doing all right. We joked, we gave updates, and then we ended the conversation. Three days passed with no contact with him, and I was actually concerned and just knew something was unusual. I even sent more email's, telephoned him, and then I sent him text messages. Only if I were to have known that I wouldn't ever talk to him again, I would of said so much more. That person would of done anything for me, or anyone for his family and friends. That was the saddest day of my life. It had seemed as if the whole world had been crushed. The news, newspapers, internet, everywhere. I've never witnessed heartbreak so close to home in my life, which made me think, that could of been anyone that I love. I vow that he would never die in vain, our WAR will be won. And I will be seeing Jeff again one day, but he has to wait. I still have to spread the word of reality to as many people as I can. That what he did was a sacrifice that he would of made in a heart beat for anyone he loved. And for that I am most grateful that I knew him, and that I am able to support his family and be apart of his circle of life. But knowing Jeff, if he were to say one thing now, it would be I love you, I'm in a better place, and I'll see you. -GOD Bless all the soldiers fighting for us-"
Jamie Blair of Warrenville, Il, U.S.

"I went to high school and played football with jeff. I remember when he came home on leave once and how proud of him i was. i think about him often and the impression he made on me. i truly miss him and my depest sympathys to the williams family"
Airman first class zach mckenzie of RAF Lakenheath, england

"This time of the year is always hard for me. I always tend to think, Oh God, what if. I know Jeff was a true heaven sent angel. Sent here to teach all of us life long lessons. I thank God for the oppurtunity to have served with Jeff during that time. I cant imagine life without him. Just the time that we had in Iraq made all of us into stronger soliders. I thank the family for allowing me the chance to have known such a wonderful human being. He will always be my BROTHER."
SSG Sertello M. Glenn-Bracey of Colorado Springs, Colorado 80916

"Hello Everyone
Thank you so much for expressing your loving thoughts on my wonderful son. God blessed me with a special young man. Jeff was the perfect son to have. In the twenty years of life, he gave me no problems, he nurse me back to health and he took care of his family. There is not a day that I do not think about my my baby, or he would tell me "MA, I AM NOT YOUR BABY, I AM A SOLDIER, NOW, IN RESPONSE I WOULD TELL HIM YOU WILL ALWAYS BE MY BABY OR SOLIDER OR WHATEVER BLESSED NAME I WOULD CALL YOU!" I just want to thank God for blessing me with such a beautiful son, his siblings, WWSHS Family and the 3ACR MED SUPPORT SQUADRON, FORT CARSON, FORT SAM HOUSTON AND FORT HOOD. Jeff, you know that you brought a special person into our life, even though you are in Heaven, thanks for bringing me a daughter (Stacey Kuhn). She is so special and we will always love her. Please keep our family in prayers. May God bless everyone and may he keeps his wings around each ones to protect.
Love,
Sandra Williams Smith
(mother of Cpl. Jeffrey A. Williams)
(682) 518-1830
(501) 354-6621"
SANDRA WILLIAMS SMITH of MANSFIELD, TX/USA

"Although I did not Know Mr. Williams, I feel a connection to him. He died on my birthday. I praise him and all the soldiers like him that I can celebrate my birthday in this GREAT country. Thank you for the greatest sacrifice. I pray for you all every night."
Amy Teeter of Springfield, IL

"To the Family of SPC Jeffrey Williams:
We have constructed a memorial to the service men and women from Wisconsin and Illinois who have died in Iraq. Our memorial includes, as of 8/28/06, 162 crosses and Stars of David. We would like your permission to put Jeffrey's name on one of them. We have called our display "Arlington MidWest." It is our expression of mourning for the indescribable loss you have suffered for our country.

If you would like us to do this, please email me at arlingtonmidwest@yahoo.com.

We invite you to come to visit Arlington MidWest if you can. A friend has put us up on his website so you can see the memorial here:
www.williamgbecker.com/ArlingtonMidwest.html.

"As long as we live, they too will live;
for they are now a part of us, as we remember them.""
Marty Preston of Wisconsin Dells, WI

"I am really sorry about your loss. I didn't known him but I know he was a good man. I write to all my people who died to save our country. I am sorry that I didn't write earlier. Thank you for letting me write to you."
Felicia Spears

"I never knew Jeffrey.

I went on the 4th Annual Illinois Freedom Run motorcycle ride from Joliet, IL to Marseilles, IL on Saturday, June 18th, 2006 (www.ILFreedomRun.org).

There were 40,000 bikes, and probably 60,000 bikers, riding in support of our troops and our Veterans.

We rode from Chicagoland Motor Speedway(name?) in Joliet, to the Veterans Memorial in Marseilles.

I spent 5 years active duty in the Navy myself, my dad did a tour in Vietnam as a Navy Corpsman attached to the 4th Division Marines, and Grandpa was a B-24 tailgunner in WWII.

So when they handed each biker a dogtag to wear, and mine had Jeffrey's name on it, I went home and "Googled" him to read about him and his story.

I'm thankful for his sacrifice, and that of his family and friends."
Scott Tucker of Chicago, IL USA

"My name is Cameron Schilling and I have started “Portrait of a Soldier” which donates a portrait sketch of every Illinois soldier who has fallen in Iraq or Afghanistan. All 122 sketches will be on display for a Memorial Day Presentation in Chicago, Illinois on May 26-31 at the James R. Thompson Center in downtown Chicago. After the ceremony the sketches will be given to the immediate families of the Illinois soldiers. I would invite any friends or family members to come and honor these men and women from Illinois who have given their lives to our country. For more information please contact OperationHomeFront.org at 866-417-8889 which is an organization headed by the Lt. Governor Pat Quinn of Illinois who is in charge of the Memorial Day Presentation. Thank You.

Please check out www.portraitofasoldier.org
To contact Cameron email cameronschilling84@hotmail.com
To contact Operation Home Front call 866-417-8889"
Cameron Schilling of Charleston, Illinois

"Jeff was a good friend I used to work with. I just heard of his death from a friend and can't believe that he's gone. I still remember all those summer nights when we played basketball. Jeff was a great guy and just the fact that he moved up through the ranks so quickly shows what type of determined person he was. He was the type of person who would light up a room with his presence, always had a joke and tried to cheer people up. I heard that he joined the Army right after I got out. I wish I had a chance to say good bye to him, but I know that he's in a better place now looking over us. I'm happy to have known such a great guy. RIP Jeff. You will be greatly missed."
Damir Tahirovic of Warrenville, IL

"Words can't express the loss of a brother on the field of battle. I find myself struggling to adequately define my appriciation for Will and everything that he did for this Troop. I remember speaking to Will the night of 4 September. He asked me to go over medical evacuation procedures one last time before he rolled out on his mission. He wanted to be the best and he knew the importance of being a medic on the battlefield. He was one to put his heart and soul into everything he did. He was a warrior. If he got knocked down, he would get back up and fight again. I guess a part of me will forever be waiting for Will to get up one day and fight again like he had always done in the ring. To Jeffrey's parents, I thank you for raising such a dedicated and selfless man. I cannot imagine your loss. Please accept my condolences for your son. We all loved Will and I firmly believe he is in the company of the angels watching over us all."
SGT Joshua Peters of Tall Afar, Iraq

"My name is Spc. Josh M. Cruz. I am currently in Med. Troop. I was in Will's squad in ambulance platoon before Sgt. Taylor and I were switched over to treatment. I want to say to Will's family that I am truly sorry. To his mother, you raised a fine boy. Will was the kind of guy that made you smile when you were having a bad day. That is a very important thing. All we have out here is each other. Will was a very honest guy with alot of integrity. When he told you something it was gospel. He also wouldnt let anyone take blame for his mistakes. He was just that kinda guy. I want to thank Will for his friendship. I will miss him very much. I am very proud he was my friend. I am also proud to have served with him. I will always honor his memory. Thank you."
Spc. Josh M. Cruz of Camp Sykes, Iraq

"To the family of Spc. Jeffrey Williams. My name is Spc. Ian Weber. I am in Ambulance platoon, Med. Trp. 3/ACR. When I first met Will, he had just got to the unit, and I had just got back from Iraq last time. I was given my first soldier to be in charge of, and it was Will. The first thing I had to help him out with was driving him to Castle Rock, CO. to get his personal things out of his car he had just crashed. We didnt talk much on that ride, we had just met. As time went on we got to know each other a little more each day, and I wouldnt have it any other way. Will was a great guy. Ambulance Platoon really appreciated him. He was never the kind of guy to turn down a mission, or a fight in that matter, ha ha. He was overall a hell of a guy, and will be missed by all of us in the Med. Troop family. To his parents, God Bless you all for raising such a great guy."
Spc. Ian Weber of Camp Sykes, Iraq

"I don't really know what to say. Jeff was one of my best friends since high school. We joined the wrestling team together(actually he convinced me it would be good training for the WWF). We drove to school together every morning and hung out after classes. I am pissed he went the way he did because he didn't deserve to go like that. He was a guy with a big heart and a great sense of humor...I miss the hell out of him already.
Up until about a month or so ago, we were writing e-mails back and forth to each other discussing future plans. It sucks he doen't get to go through with him because he was working so damned hard to get where he wanted to be.
He always wrote with a sense of humor, always joking around about what was going on in Iraq. That was a great quality about him: even though he was at war he still had fun with it.
I remember laughing at the funeral because of a video collage of pictures of Jeff. There were two photos of him with two huge machine guns, one in each arm. He was in Iraq, shirtless making look like he was Rambo or the Punisher or something. It was just the thing i needed then.
Ok....I'm rambling. I just want his family to know i loved him and they did a hell of a job raising jeff to be sucha stand up guy and fun guy at that. Thanks for giving me such a good friend. Take care everyone..."
Craig Larsen of Warrenville, IL

"To the Williams Family, Hi, my name is SPC Doranda Murphy, I was in ambulance platoon with Will. I came to know him in Kuwait when I was assigned to his squad for a bit. He soon became one of my best friends out here. There was never a dull moment with him. I could talk to him about anything and everything, at any time of the day. He was truly like a brother to me. I'd even bother him like a little sister would to an older brother. I'd make him go eat chow with me, make him share his snacks with me, wake him up so we could watch a movie together, even though we'd seen the movie 3 times over. I am thankful for the time i got to spend with Will. I have so many good memories of my friend. He is truly missed here in the platoon. You are all in my prayers."
Doranda Murphy of Tall Afar, Iraq

"We are deeply sorry for your loss. The Courage, Honor, and Valor that your
Hero showed will always be remembered.
We are grateful for the loyal service and sacrifice that was made and
WE WILL NEVER FORGET.
Our cousin LCPL Michael Smith Jr. gave his life on 4-17-04 fighting for freedom.
Please know that this was not in vain and these American Heros will FOREVER be honored.
God Bless your family and please know that you are not alone.
All of our prayers are with you."
Jennifer and SSGT Larry Mays of Massillon, Ohio

"To the Williams Family, With tears in my eyes from the beautiful tributes for your Jeffrey I wish to offer to you my most sincere condolences. What a fine young man you raised. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Your Jeffrey is a true American Hero who will always be remembered and honored. May God Bless you all and God Bless Jeffrey."
Mary Ghaney of Brooklyn, New York

"To the family of a true to life "fallen hero". WIll was my heart and soul. I embraced him as a soldier and as a best friend. I write to you all today because I served almost every day from Carson, to Kuwait, to Iraq with Will. Will was my driver...like I said he was everything to me. There are a few things that Will talked about here that I think a few of you should know about. For the first time in his life, Will got to meet his sister before he left to Iraq. He would always call her "His World". The reason that is significant is because before every mission we went on, he would always say, "SGT Taylor, it's time to go save the world". He loved his sister without limits and looked forward to meeting up with her upon arrival from Iraq. WIll had a tremendous amount of respect for his stepfather. He said that his stepfather raised him tough, but it was really what helped develop him as a man before he left for the army. His mother was his best friend. Will loved his mother! He would speak about her often. He is sooo greatful for you and he loved the drive that you had to succeed and the way you pushed him to succeed. Will had a ton of friends in the Army. He was without a doubt one of the funniest people I ever met, not to mention one of the quickest tongued ever. He could make up a reason or excuse for anything in a second...but he had to make it funny. I love that kid. He was very driven and had become really interested in real estate and becoming wealthy. Will wanted to be a star! He always said he was too pretty and had too much flash to not be in Hollywood somewhere, But overall boxing was his heart. Sometimes when he and I went on mission, he may forget a few small medical items, but you best believe he was going to have a pair of gloves, some wrist wraps, and a mouthpiece at his disposal. His boxing glove was worn out from being his pillow. He lived and breathed boxing. Will and I had a Super Special relationship. I think of everyone here in Iraq, I was probably the only one who knew him on all levels. He was and will always be my shining star. Hundreds of people here morn his lost as he was very well liked and very well respected. After being out and seeing a little trauma, will really developed a love for bringing a near death patient life. As his family, I can only imagine the pain you feel, because my heart hurts so bad, I often just want to scream. I will be home on leave from the 23rd of September until the 7th of October. Feel free to call me if you have any questions at 719-559-5260 or you can e-mail me at getitallgood@hotmail.com. I will be flying into Dallas with our Squadron Commander, and I would love to take the time out to visit his mother and stepfather while I am there. I will have the airline company give me about an 8 hour layover so I can answer any questions you have. If this is at all possible, please e-mail me and let me know. Thank you for such a great son. God Bless you all...me"
SGT Adrian Taylor of Camp Sykes, IQ

"I was very sadden by the news of Williams. I was honered to meet Williams here at Ft.Carson. We both were on the Ft.Carson Boxing Team Together. He was a good youngman/soldier. His personality stood out the most in my memory of him. He was liked by all and he always given 100% in whatever he did! It hurts me to know that this had to happen to a well-rounded individual like Williams, but I know he's in a better place now!! May God Bless your family and My thoughts and prayer are with the Williams family."
Corey Stewart of Ft.Carson, CO

"I was sadened to hear of Jeffrey's passing. My sympathy and prayers to the Williams family for Jeffrey. He was a great kid and I loved driving him & my son Matt to & from school or sporting events in Warrenville ILL. during his Freshman & Sophmore years. He is a credit to the family and a hero to the nation. With much love may he now be graced with Gods love and send his gentle and kindly prayers and thoughts to his family to make them safe and have them know a peace in there hearts by knowing Jeffrey is safe from all harm."
Ed Schauer of Littleton Co.

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

"TO THE WILLIAMS FAMILY FROM THE WAHL FAMILY. JEFFREY HAS TOUCHED THE HEARTS OF AMERICAN'S, IRQARIANS, COLSTION FORCE'S, FRIENDS, NEIGHBOR'S, THOSE IN HIS COMMUNITY, HIS MILITARY BROTHER'S, SISTER'S AND THE ENTIRE LOVING WILLIAMS FAMILY. YOU ALL SHARED THE FODEST MOMENT WITH JEFFREY. THAT HE WILL NEVER EVER BE FORGOTTEN. JEFFREY HAS NOT GIVEN NHIS LIFE IN VAIN! HE WAS A MAN THAT KNEW HIS CALLING IN LIFE. TO BE A SOLDIER SERVING HIS COUNTRY. IN WHICH THE PRECENTAGE OF AMERICAN'S THAT DO IS L-O-W! THOSE THAT DO SUCH AS JEFFREY UNDERSTAND. A SOLDIER WILL RISK EVERYTHING FOR US ALL. JEFFREY I PERSONALLY THANK YOU, FOR SERVING OUR COUNTRY, AS VETERAN, AS AN AMERICAN, AS A GRANDFATHER. MORE THEN ALL THAT FOR FIGHTING ALONG SIDE OUR SON SGT. GREGORY L. WAHL. ODDLY, NEITHER OF YOU KNEW ONE ANOTHER. YET, YOU HAD EACH OTHER'S BACK AS MILITARY BROTHER'S. NOW YOU ARE UNITED TOGETHER ONCE AGAIN! MY PRAYS AND TEARS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR LOVING FAMILY. ALL THIS IS DIFFUCULT LOSING SOMEONE YOU LOVE DEARLY WITH ALL YOUR HEART. I STILL DEAL WITH MY LOST. AN I REALIZE WE ALL DEAL WITH IT DIFFERENT. I PRAY THAT YOU FAMILY HEALS! JEFFREY DESREVE'S TO BE HONORED YESTERDAY! WAR MEMORIAL TAKE YEAR'S AFTER A CONFLICT AND OR WAR! WE TODAY ARE JUST HONORING KOREAN'S, VIET-NAM, DESERT STORM, WW I & II. SO I URGE THE WILLIAM FAMILY TO REACH OUT TO YOUR POLITICAL LEADERS IN YOUR HOME TOWN. REQUEST A STREET BE NAMED IN THE HONOR OF JEFFREY. GOD BLESS!"
LEONARD WAHL of VALLEY STREAM NY

"Thank you Jeffrey Williams, 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. Jeffrey Williams:
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 Jeffrey 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. Jeffrey Williams:
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 Jeffrey, 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