Fallen Heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom

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

Marine Lance Cpl. Levi T Angell

20, of Cloquet, Minnesota.
Angell died due to injuries received from hostile fire in Al Anbar Province, Iraq. He was assigned to Combat Service Support Group 11, 1st Force Service Support Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Pendleton, California. Died on April 8, 2004.

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"Thank you for your sacrifice and Service for I am named after you"
Levi finn of Cloquet mn

"Hey brother I just found this page today. Not a day goes by that your not on my mind. I always remember your smile and your gentleness towards everyone. I know your up in heaven waiting for all your friends and family to join you one day.

I remember everything that happened like it was yesterday. You where not supposed to go I was.. but I got called to do a night run delivering amo. Coming back and giving you a smile. Then being woken up to you being gone, my roommates never saying a word to me. You are my brother and I miss you so much. Continuingredients to pray for your family during the holidays. Love you man."
LCPL Tiffaney Macfarlane/ Rodriguez of Richlands NC

"WOW, Thank you for all your support, love, prayers, and service!! I am overwhelmed by all of these comments, I feel your hearts pouring out for this fellow marine, friend, stranger. I am one of Levis sisters, We are so appreciative to all of you who have shared your memories and prayers. What an amazing legacy God gave him the chance to have. I want you to know I thank and pray for you all! God knows your pain and if you let Him he will move you from Glory to Glory, run to Him and he will bring you the healing that you need!! Well we do think of Levi often and he still shows up in many conversations... He of coarse is still very missed but it is true his smile still lights up this world. Thank you God for such an opportunity as this to connect us more deeply to all those connected to the military one way or another. Thank you God for how you soften our hearts to let your Love shine through us!! Hey Bro, wish you were here to be apart of the 30's club with me, all the other kids are taking soo long to get there ;) So glad we get to share in your legacy of faithful servants!!!! xoxo June 1, 2015"
Angel Haskell (Angell) of Hot Springs SD

"You paid the ultimate price for our country. You are a true hero. I did not personally know you but it would have been a honor to. Thank You for your service Marine. R I P."
Karl Petersen of Dunnell,Mn. formally Cloquet.

"Wow. Here we are 11 years later and I had no idea this existed. Or maybe I did in the beginning but never posted because I couldn't deal. You were one of my best friends and the first friend I've lost. Sadly we have lost many more. Your death was like nothing I have ever experienced. My life changed so much. We think of you often, talk about you so much, listen to the devil went down to Georgia and always take shots of jack Daniels for you on your birthday and anniversary of your death. No matter how much we don't want that shot we do it ;) then we end up having the greatest night ever!! Most of our group of friends have kids and busy lives so it's hard to get together but we always have and always will continue to get together for you on those dates and even if we can't be in person we do group phone calls and those are always a good time too!! You, your love and the amazing person you were keep us all together. Thank you for that. I was truly blown away and have no words to describe the feelings I felt when reading others posts about you over the years. Especially the ones who knew you and we're with you on April 8th,2004. I'm so happy that so many people got to see how amazing of a person you were. I wanted my kids to know how amazing you were too but that's not the case. I tell my oldest about you all the time and will do the same when my little guy is old enough to understand. I got a tattoo for you a couple years after you passed away so I can always have you with me. I know you are watching down on us and are laughing and crying right along with us. Just know that my family and I know many of our friends have spent today and the days leading up to this memorial day thinking of and talking about you and the amazing hero you are. I love you so much, please continue to watch over us. God bless all our fallen heros."
Kalee Garberg of Cloquet, MN

"Well here we are. I don't talk about that day, as I seen it all go down. I luv you brother..I'm sorry. I named my son after you. Aaron angel Pixler. Thank you for the good times. War is hell. We were kids. The reality hit home when you died. I miss you. As you stand guard at heavens gate in your dress blues just hold me a spot in heaven."
lcpl Aaron pixler 7th esb ,cssc-113,1st fssg, 1st Meg, Fallujah iraq, Al taqatum of Lucerne valley, ca

"Hey Marine,
Happy 239th, Thank you old friend for being the example that you are of a Faithful Marine. 10 years have passed and feels like just yesterday we were young kids going on an adventure. We never stopped to think that it was war. Your name and face popped into my head the moment I woke up today so Im writing you this letter to remind you that its been ten years and to save me a seat in heaven and know that Ill be having a cold one for you and for all the Marine and heroes. We all miss you and If you could see on Facebook how many people miss you and the impact your life had on our lives. Its true you know--what they say--You never really leave until the last person who knows your name passes. For you I guess that means a few hundred years but dont be bragging about it. I miss you bro, you are the man, the myth, the legend. God bless you and your family. its been 10 years so it wont be long till I get back home. Semper Fi."
Daniel Vasquez of Oklahoma City, Ok, USA

"Dear Mr. and Mrs. Angell,

From all of Levi's brothers and sisters in CSSC-111, I wanted to take a moment and pay our respects to commemorate the 10th anniversary of his sacrifice. He lives on in all of our hearts, and will never be forgotten."
Sam Meites of Santa Monica, CA

"Dear Angell,
This is Lance Corporal Davis of the Coon Platoon. Though that day we left the airport in smiles of thinking we were fortunate to enjoy a day away from the camp, we found out the hard way that it was not. All I have in your memory is a smile we all shared while eating burgers. I'll never forget that day. We as Marines share a bond and brotherhood that no one could imagine. You will always be my brother Angell... You will always live on through me and the rest of the brothers... Much love Levi, much love... Semper Fi... Lance Corporal G.A."
Lance Corporal Davis of Butler, GA

"I am so sorry about Lance cpl Angell. I have a bracelt that I received several years ago. It has his name and date and where he is from. I didnt know how you would feel knowing i have this bracelet. I wondered if your family would like to have it. I have kept it for many years on top of my TV with a picture of my Dad who was in the airforce and on Sunday I thought about him and his family. If you would like to contact me about the bracelt please feel free to do so. I only have a computer at work (mon-thur). I will give you my email just in case. ichilleri@tsfm.cc Again I am so sorry about what happened. with love and respect Irma"
Irma of Austin Texas

"To Angell family,

On November 10th 2002, I had a heart surgery at Balboa Naval Hospital. My unit had orders to deploy to Iraq.
Due to my surgery, didn't get to go. I stayed behind and that's when I met your son. I remember Levi as a big teddy bear. Always smiling and very respectful. July of 2003, I deployed with him with Special Marine Air Ground Task Force. I beg the Dr. to clear me so I can deploy. When we got to Kuwait, I slept next to him and Olive. Every morning I woke up I see him smiling. I said to myself " What the heck is he smiling at, its hot as heck here". I wish I could have known him longer and see that TEDDY BEAR smile again. Now I realize why he smiled all the time. He was doing something he love and he enjoyed life. I have been always an angry person because they way I grew up. But after having a heart surgery at the age of 21 and getting blown up in Iraq, I'm still alive. I cant be like Levi but now I try to live my life the way he saw his. I want to thank yall for giving me the opportunity and the honor to serve with your son. I still think about him everyday. I have seen the other post and they mention about stickers of him. How would I be able to get one of those? you can contact me at facebook/warren bruce nolasco speer or 254-722-8264.

Thank you!!!!"
Cpl Speer, Warren Bruce Nolasco of Waco,TX

"Lcpl Angell, i think of you quite often. Your service and friendship will forever be in my mind.Semper Fi"
Chad Duke of rock hill,s.c.

"Sitting in Iraq for the 5th time, after all these years i still think about you. I was there with you, you are my brother and I will always tell your story.My kids will know the name of Levi T. Angell. We went through alot those months stationed at Falujah, after you went home. Some of those things that happened to us, could have went alot worse if you wasnt protecting us from above. I will always remember the harry situations you got us through. As i will always remember you. Over 8 years ago. I love you and I miss you my brother for ever. Took me along time to write but im doing it now."
Paul Mickles of Moreno Valley, Ca

"Thinking of you & your family today..Thankful for Brave Warriors !"
cassie harrell

"To the family of:Levi T.Angell
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" 1-3-11"

"I still remember that day like it was yesterday even six years later. I still have the sticker that was given to me by Lt Meitas and still proudly display it on my car. As I take a another platoon into harms way I pray that I will not have to relive that day and that no other family has to feel that pain. You are truely missed and will never be forgotten. Semper Fi brother!!"
SSgt Onigkeit of Camp Lejuene, NC

"I never met Lance CPL Angell; however, I have worn a bracelet (Hero Bracelet) with his name and in his honor since the summer of 2004 when I was also in Iraq. For the past 5+ years, I do not get dressed without donning the bracelet with his name. He and his family are and always will be in my thoughts and prayers. I wear the bracelet to remember his service as well as his and his family's sacrifices. God bless."
Rick Thomas of Awendaw, SC

"Lcpl Angell,
Hey brother, "Doc" Lawson here. I think of you often and pay tribute to you all the time. I've always had the notion that I could save the world if given the chance, but on that day, at that time, I was elsewhere with another convoy. If only I could have been in multiple places at the same time. But everyone knows that there truly wasn't anthing anyone could do on that day. I am just so thankful for being given the opportunity to serve with you and the rest of CSSC 111. Truly an honor, that has never been forgotten. I do miss you and thank you for giving me the privilege of calling you friend."
HM2(FMF) Lawson, Mathew

"To the family of a great marine and friend:
In a few weeks will be the 5th anniversary of a day that i wish never happen, but that is just not possible, i still remember days prior april 8th giving you a hair cut in my room, laughing and playing around with Lcpl hernandez, Lcpl Uballe, Lcpl Zeutchel, and myself. i remember giving you a hugh on april 7th when you came back from a dangerous mission. we were great brothers in arms the hole platoon. i realy miss you, i always remember you. you will always be in my hearth."
Sgt. Garcia of Hemet, CA

"Dearest Angell,
I can remember the day before your last convoy. You, me, Garrett, Olive, and a handful of other Marines were just 1 click away, dropping off some chow to the Marines down the road. Do you remember we found those orange "180 Energy Drinks", like 3 cases, hahaha. Man I remember, we handed prob 2 cases out and kept the rest, laughing the whole time. And I remember when we first arrived to Fallujah, getting our named trailers (thanks army) and room mates. You and me bullshitted about something, but we had a blast, talking about whatever it was. Oh yes, and that night of duty you had. You got into trouble for something, and you threw a fit and one of the Sgt's had to go talk to you. Hahahaha, man you were a fun guy to be around. Thats all I can remember, is smiles and laughing.
... and then I remember that day... the day Zappe came into the trailer, crying, and when I saw him, I knew we lost a Marine. So many names ran threw my mind... this person, that person, maybe him, maybe her.... and Zappe said "it was LCpl Angell, in his LVS with Taylor as A-Driver". My head felt like it just filled up with hot water, so much pressure it hurt. I couldnt believe it. But your a Hero to us, and an inspiration to all Marines, soldiers, sailors, airmen, civi's, to everyone. I have thought about you countless times Angell, and everytime I do now, I smile instead of frown, because even though Marines only thought of me as a * bird, good for nothing, I am a Marine, who happily went, and would of taken a bullet for anyone (even you Gunny Macias), BUT IT WASNT ME, IT WAS YOU, AND YOU ARE MY HERO. Much love forever Angell, ill cry a tear of blood on your day forever. Semper Fi."
Tester, Michael L. - CSSC 111 of Oakland, Ca. (Missing the USMC)

"Hey Levi I have thought about you often lately. I remember that day like it was yesterday and it was fours years ago. I remember every little detail. I wish I could have gotten to know you a little better then I did. I still talk to Brandon Olive often, and we sometimes talk about you. I miss you very much. I will never forget you. I see your face every time I close my eyes. Rest in Peace my friend. OORRAAHH!!!!"
Sgt. Andrew Nelson USMC of Lawrenceburg, In

"we all miss you bro,and think about you every day....semper fi"
J.Hammond of Springfield,vt USA

"LCpl Angell, I still remember that day vividly. I relive it everytime i go to sleep. I often ask myself if there was anything that we could of done different but i know there wasn't. I have known of this page for a while but it has taken a while to build up enough courage to write something down. I just want you and your family to know that the Marines of the Quick Reaction Force and of the convoy did everything we could. I couldn't of asked for anything better from my guys. I miss you and love you brother.
Sgt Trochesset of Santa Fe, Tx

"Dear Angell Family,

I has been three and half years since I visited you at your home in Cloquet, and I still think of you and Levi often. I have proudly displayed the memorial sticker for Levi on my car window since the day you gave it to me. Since then, it has travelled to at least 10 states and many, many cities. I have no doubt that thousands of Americans have seen it in passing, and wondered about this brave stranger, who sacrificed his life doing the hard work his country asked of him.

All my best to your family."
Sam Meites of Santa Monica, CA

"April 8, 2008
Dear LCpl Levi Angell,

It has been four years since that horrible day in 2004. I regret not getting to know you better, but took comfort in your memorial service and how your Marine buddies mentioned your Christian faith. This gave us all hope as we mourned your passing. As a kid I remember during Memorial day parades parents and family members trying to explain to me how our freedom was fought for and how veterans suffer greatly and many had given all to give us our freedom, and I always respected that. Yet knowing you and knowing how you were cut down in your youth really makes the cost of freedom much more meaningful and painful.

I marvel how after being hit you were able to safely pull your 22-ton LVS truck over safely, keeping your assistant driver from being harmed. I marvel how your fellow Marines performed admirably during and after the ambush, repelling the enemy, recovering you and your assistant driver from the ambush zone, administering first aide and rushing you back to camp and to the surgical company. I still marvel about all the feats the Marines of CSSC-111 performed. How they endured, how they loved and love you like a brother, and miss you like a brother. How the Marines while still mourning your loss endured other convoy ambushes, and kept completing mission after mission, your memory indelibly etched on the hearts of all your comrades. We struggled with the senseless evil of your death, how you had nothing but good will toward the Iraqi people in your heart, how you were there giving everything, and some evil terrorist unwilling to yield any power to the common good or the citizens of Iraq of one new united nation of Iraq murdered you. It was tough not to be consumed with hate, though we did and do hate those who target those whose goal is only a nation in which the rights of all Iraqi's is protected. Truly our enemies, the radical insurgents, are the greatest enemy of freedom.

I only hope that the good people of Iraq will prosper, that more and more Iraqi soldiers will stand up honorably and build up from where you and others have given so dearly. That the tyrants, the extremists, those who are unwilling to respect the rights of the minority, those who hate liberty and freedom and desire to enslave others with their own convictions will be defeated. I hope you remember the smiling Iraqi children, and more importantly I hope the Iraqi children never forget you, that they will grow up to value liberty and to understand what it cost in terms of honorable Iraqi soldiers and Friendly U.S. soldiers and Marines. I pray eventually freedom and liberty will prosper in Iraq and spread through the world. Some people at home have doubted the value of freedom and liberty, freedom of thought, said that we are doing no different than the Taliban, or Wahabists, that we are forcing our "Western" ideas on them, not even understanding the basic meaning of Freedom and Liberty. Hopefully the appeal of Liberty and Justice for all will not be taken for granted by those who have enjoyed it, and rejected by those who would rather impose their beliefs on everyone else.

We will never forget you and we were all deeply touched by your service and sacrifice.

To the family and friends of Levi just know that we remember with you and we will never forget Levi, and will never take our freedoms for granted knowing this great friend died defending our freedoms and defending those in Iraq who were unable to defend themselves.

Rest in Peace Marine,

Chris Quimby
Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Brother in arms CSSC-111
Chris Quimby of Carlisle, PA

"March 28, 2008
To the family of Lance Cpl. Levi T. Angell:
Levi 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

"in a few weeks it will have been more than three years and i still vividly remember your accent and i know you have watched over us through out the most sticky situation and were our angel over there. i will never forget you and i have no words good enough to say thank you i will always remeber you keep smiling brother.
"When the rain washes away the tears on our dusty war tired faces we will smile to know we met you and served with you."
CPL Vasquez, D. of camp pendleton, ca

"Levi, while I was over seas during OIF3, every night I thanked God for many things, and one was just the chance that I had to of just known you. Thanks for your service to our country..."
SPC. Josh Gerard of Cloquet, MN USA

"To the Family of Lance Cpl. Levi T. Angell - I was part 7th Motor Transport Batallion, one of the ancestor units of Combat Service Support Group 11, in Vietnam in 1966 & 1967. I am sorry to hear about Levi, and I will remember you in my prayers. Semper Fidelis & Rest in Peace, Brother."
Johnny Haw of Minneapolis, MN

"Levi I still can't get over the fact that I don't get to see you when I come, but I will do what you did for me and defend the freedom of our families and the ones we love as well as the rest of the people of our country. You are my inspiration to do everything I do at 100% because without soldiers like you we wouldn't have what we do today. I thank you once again i miss ya bro."
SrA Noah Feehan of Saginaw, MN

"To the family of Levi T. Angell:

The Fort Snelling Memorial Chapel Foundation will be honoring your loved one at the non-denominational Memorial Day Sunday worship service at 11:00 a.m. on 29 May. We will remember the casualties of the Global War on Terrorism from Minnesota … and the neighboring states of Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Outside of the historic Fort Snelling Veterans Memorial Chapel will be a “Memorial Garden” filled with white crosses bearing the names of the war dead … including your loved one.

I would like to extend to your family an invitation to honor us with your presence at worship as we pay tribute to the sacrifice made by your service member and family. Our pastor, U.S. Army Chaplain, LTC Kenneth L. Beale, Jr. will preach a message entitled “Remembering Our Freedom.” A former Soldier and country music songwriter and performer “Rockie” will pay a special musical tribute. At the conclusion of the worship hour, all of the congregation will be invited to silently pay their respects at the garden and place poppies at each of the crosses. An honor guard squad will be on hand to fire vollies as the US flag is lowered to half-staff and Taps is played.

As this Christian worship service has traditionally been well attended, we would be happy to reserve seating for you and yours. To do so, kindly call (612/970-7866) and leave a voice message indicating your veterans’ name and the number of persons attending. If you are not able to attend, we pray that you would find comfort in knowing that our prayers are with you and all of the fallen heroes.

Leila Campbell
Administrative Assistant
Fort Snelling Memorial Chapel Foundation
web site:www.fortsnellingmcf.org"

"i worked with levi in iraq. we were in the same company together. though i wasnt with him the day he was killed it hurt alot cuz he was one of my marines. i was setting up to go on another convoy that day he was killed. before we left to go on our convoy our battallion co, company co and battallion chaplin came out and talked to us. the chaplin said a prayer for us and his family and prayed we would lose no one else. levi was a great person. he never complained about anything he had to do. all of us in the company miss him. one of our oficers made stickers for us to put on our vehicles in rememberance of him. ive got mine on the window of my truck and look at it everyday i get into it. last fri was the yr ann. that we lost him and i sat and prayed for him and his family. i know he is up there watching over all of us that have been there, are there or are going back here soon. levi i miss u and i hope to see u when i see u at the gates of heaven.

this is a thank you to everyone who supports us troops and the jobs we do."
william rodriguez of camp pendleton ca usa

"Levi ~
hey babe! Man i miss you soo much! I just want you to know how incredibly proud we all are of you! I have never met anyone like you- and i will never be greatful enough for the time i was able to spend with you. You tought me, and so many others, so much without even knowing it. Steph and i hope to see you again some day. Keep on smiling down on us! "High five for jesus eh?" i love you man!!"
Alia Barkos of originally- cloquet MN, now Fort collins, Co

"I don't know anyone personally who has died in Iraq but have a burden to be praying for our soldiers and families. I chose to read this memorial because my oldest son, aged 9, is named Levi. When I pray for him each night, I will be reminded of this precious son, Levi Angell, and the family who mourns his loss."
Kim Nelson of St. Paul, MN

"My brother Chris was serving with Levi at the time he died. I know I would have enjoyed spending time with them both. I hope to have Chris share stories the next time I see him.

When Nightline aired the memorial show, I was grateful for the chance to see his face, think about his sacrifice, and pray for his family.

I hope I remember his name as long as I remember my own..."
Bob Campbell of Ft. Collins, CO

"LEVI!!!! I LOVE YOU MAN YOUR 21ST BIRTHDAY IN 18 DAYS! i get to come home to minnesota from az on october 8th for your birthday i miss you more than you could ever imagine we are celebrating hard that night man rest in peace i love you so much"
Megan Kochneff of Arizona

"Lance Cpl. Angell, I want to thank you for defending my freedom while at the same time delivering freedom to people who have never known its wonder. Someday they will wonder how they ever lived without freedom and that will be because of you. My deepest condolences to your family and friends."
Ken of Denver,CO

"Levi you were one of my best friends. I can't believe you are gone and it has been so long. I think of the things I see around me, and out of them all, I would exchange any of them to have you back. Your dad is well, and your friends are too, but I can't stop missing you. I love you so much Levi. RIP baby..."
Amy Olson of Cloquet, MN USA

"RIP Marine"
Petty Officer Cawthon of RTC Great Lakes, IL

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

""Hi....I just felt the need to express my sincere condolences. My brother passed away on May 3rd and I completely understand the pain you are going thru. It is a very hard time but we can be so proud of them and what they stood for. Semper Fi!!
My email is
bwalady@yahoo.com if anyone would like to just talk or whatever.
"God Bless to everyone in your family.""
Kelley-sister of Gunnery Sergeant Ronald E. Baum of Altoona Pa.

"For Levi a brave soldier who lost his life so others may live.A true hero to all, may god be with you and yours.And let all who look upon your memeory do so with the utmost respect for the sacrifice you have made."
Susan Kelly of Northern Ireland

"To the friends and family of Levi-
My small class of Moose Lake 2003 has also lost two amazing Marines recently, and my heart aches for you. We truly know how hard it is to lose someone so wonderful and dedicated to serving their country. I am sure you are proud of Levi, just as I am of him, and my dear friends Matt Milczark and Moy Langhorst. You are in my prayers."
Anne LaFrinier of Morris/Moose Lake, MN

"I stay up at night and morn with the lost of each young life. They are the best our country has. May God comfort you in your time of sorrow."
SSgt Wingate (retired) of Mays Landing, NJ

"From one Marine family to another
"Though you cannot always see the bird singing, if you listen with your heart, you can always hear his song.
Though the ones we love may leave life as we know it, in our memory, the love we knew will always carry on." unknown author
Our heart and thoughts are with you at this very sad time. Your precious Levi will not be forgotten. He was a true American!"
Charles Davis family of Kailua, Hawaii

""RIP Marine! You will never be forgotten, by your family, your friends, and even your extended Marine Corps Family. I deceided to leave the Marines in 98' but even to this day when I hear that a Marine has past away to guard the gates of heaven, it's hard not to keep from weeping. I want to send my regards to you in your time of great loss. SEMPER FI!"
Rick Rugless (rughopper@hotmail.com) of St Paul, MN"
Rick Rugless (rughopper@hotmail.com) of St Paul, MN

"To the family and friends of Lance Corporal Levi T. Angell

Those we hold most dear, never truly leave us. May you find comfort
in love's everlasting connection.

There are many loving and caring Americans from all over the United
States that will never forget the sacrifice that your loved one has
made for our Freedom. In the Support section of this web site you
will find links to many groups that support you at this crucial
time. The Marine Comfort Quilt group would be honored to send a
quilt to the next of kin. Please register so we can send you
our "Love Stitched Together."

Proud Member Of Marine Comfort Quilt group, and Proud Marine Mom"
Sandra Moudy of Placentia, Ca USA

"May the Lord Bless you and keep you and may His face shine upon you and give you Peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Thank You for your ultimate sacrifice. May God grant you the strength and be with you in your time of need."
The Witkowski Family of Kettle River MN

"Rest in Peace Tufelhunden....Semper Fi"
The Taylors USMC of NC"

"Our heart goes out to the family and friends of Lcpl. Angell. Just know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. Lcpl. Angell gave the ultimate sacrifice as well as so many others but will never be forgotten. Semper Fidelis Marine."
Lcpl. Webb of MCB Camp Pendleton, California

"To Levi's Family:
There are no words that can truly express how sorry we are for the loss of Levi. May God bless you all and help you through this time."
Dan and Meg Manninen of San Antonio, Texas

"To Levi'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

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

"Thank you Levi T Angell, you will not be forgotten for your true heroism. Your bravery goes beyond words. I want to express my deepest sorrow to your family and friends. I can only hope that your memories will help you through this time of sorrow. Your son is a true American Hero."
Sandi of Simi Valley, CA

"Thank you Levi Angell, 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 Lance Cpl. Levi Angell:
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 Levi 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 Lance Cpl. Levi Angell:
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 Levi, 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