Fallen Heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom

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

Army Spc. Daniel Francis J. Cunningham

33, of Lewiston, Maine.
Killed when his vehicle fell into a ravine. He was assigned to the 41st Field Artillery Regiment, Fort Stewart, Georgia. Died on April 4, 2003.

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"Memorial Day 2023 C-ham. Thinkin bout you Brother. RIH. See ya on the Highground."
1SG (R) Phillip L Manville of Bonaire, Ga USA

"Thought of you today."
George Sangriu of Annapolis, MD

"Thinkin bout you C-ham...Memorial Day 2022. Keep resting Brother....I'll see you on the "Highground"."
1SG (R) Phillip L Manville of Bonaire, Ga USA

"Thinkin bout you C-ham on this Memorial Day 2021. Until we meet again One Fine Day...Rest In Peace."
1SG (R) Phillip L Manville of Bonaire, Ga USA

"Memorial Day 2020. Rest Easy Brother.
Never Forgotten."
Phillip Lawrence Manville of Bonaire, GA

"Merry Christmas, brother. You will never be forgotten."
George Sangriu of Naples, Italy

"Hey C-Ham....coming up on that time of year when we remember....best thing is....we will never forget. Rest easy with Mom and Dad my Brother. I'll catch you on the Highground."
1SG(R) Phillip Manville of Bonaire, GA USA

"Hey C-ham....thinkin bout you today as always this time of year. Now you've got Mom with you so I know everything's ok. But we'll always remember and miss ya my friend."
1SG(R) Phillip Manville of Bonaire, GA USA

"RIP man! Gone, but not forgotten!"
Ty Hooks

"It's been almost twelve years now. Your memory is as fresh as yesterday; times have change much. Charlie battery is no more and they are being re-flagged again. I think of our short time together in Kosovo and Iraq through all the blood, spit and tears with plenty of booze to wash it away. You sir were one of the Greats. Lost but never forgotten."
Smity Rock

"Hey Danny, it's your nephew Donaven. I just felt the need to say something. Although I hadn't really gotten a chance to know you, I feel you with me every day. I went to visit you on the day before Veterans Day with your brothers Jim and Kevin. I know that you are watching over the family. And I miss you everyday. Love you Uncle D. If anyone has any information about Danny they'd like to share with me, it would be greatly appreciated. You can reach me at 207-441-3493 Thank you"
Donaven Cunningham of Lewiston Maine

"Thinking of you and your family C-ham as I do this time of year. I know you're being well taken care of...and I pray your family finds comfort in knowing that as well. But we still won't ever forget you my friend."
1SG(R) Phillip Manville of Bonaire, GA USA

"Happy Veterans Day, brother."
George Sangriu of Washington DC

"Daniel and I are doing a class project about him for school this week. We are including you as his namesake. Miss you old man!!"
Kimberly Allen of Texas

"Hey C-ham..it's Memorial Day again...and like always I'm remembering you as I always will at this time. You, Jones, and Bellard will always hold a special place in my heart, knowing you gave everything you had to give."
1SG(R) Phillip Manville of Bonaire, GA USA

"cfoCham my brother its been 10 years and it seems like yesterday i still wish to this day i died with you you are a true hero rock of the marne anyone want to chat email me beachlife32@hotmail.com"
pfc taylor of palatka fl

"I'm sorry it took so long to do this. I will never forget 4/4/03. Rest in peace, brother."
George Sangriu of Okinawa, Japan

"Hey C-ham, it's Memorial Day again, and again You Are Honored. I won't ever forget you. Although things got tough sometimes, you wouldn't and didn't quit. You were an inspiration to us all. God is still taking care of you..cause we feel it down here."
1SG(R) Phillip Manville of Bonaire, GA

"Almost another year has passed Old Man. Almost a year since John, Big Country, took his own life too. You are both missed and thought of often.
John and mine's little boy we named after you and Jimbo is 7 now. He asks about you all the time. We miss you my friend. Keep John company for us, I hope y'all are fishing and telling each other stories."
June Allen of wylie, tx

Although I did not know you, I knew one of the guys with you that night. The only survivor, Jeff Taylor. He told me about that night & what great guys the fallen were. Much respect & live to thoes men who lost their lives that night. With out the sacrifice of the fallen heros we could not be free. Jeff, if you read this I know you have been living in a nightmare since that night. I am so happy I was able to help shed a little sunshine in your life. God bless you & all heros of war."
amanda of Florida

"SPC Cunningham, You and I never met, until 4 April 2003. I was the Senior Medic that responded, the night your vehicle went into the canal. My crew tried extremely hard to save you, Jones and Bellard. I remember looking at your dog-tags for your information. Much to everyone's regret, that night ended tragically. During the attempts to save you and your crew, I noticed so many things... Primarily, the dedication of your 1SG. He was running around making sure that my Medics had everything they needed. He called for the helicopter and he gathered Soldiers to help us with CPR. I remember talking to him as he sat there in tears after the helicopter departed. In my 20 years in the Army, I've never seen a 1SG care more for his troops than I saw that night. Also, your fellow Soldiers were by your side through the whole thing. They were shouting words on encouragement to your crew, as we attempted to revive everyone. I know your loss is suffered by many. Myself included. Medics take losing a patient very personal, and that night I lost 3. I will remember your names and that night forever. It's the least I can do, out of respect for the sacrifices that you have made. Please know that in the final moments of your life, you were surrounded by loving caring Soldiers who were doing everything, and would have given anything to change the outcome of that night."
SFC Stephen Belair (Retired) of Leavenworth, KS

"Hey C-ham, thinkin about you as I always do around this time of year. I know God is taking care of you, and that's the only thing that can comfort us down here. But still we miss you and we will always miss you."
1SG(R) Phillip Manville & Family of Bonaire, GA

"Hey Dan, I just wanted you to know how much you are missed.Kevin and I think about you often.I still can remember when I got pregnant with Joel, You told me I needed to tell my parents or you would.You were the big brother I didnt have.We love you and miss you everyday.I am Honored to be the sister-in-law to a HERO!!!"
Samantha of Lewiston,Maine

"You were one of the best Cham I will never forget you!"
Edwards of Roanoke VA

"It's been forever since I have been here to remember you, and it is the first time I have ever written anything. I miss you like mad. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't think about you, I see you everyday through my mother and father. We talk about the good times, it's really hard with you not being around. Alot has managed to change, C-Ham. I'm actually a Junior in High School, Kaela had a kid, His name is Greyson, and she is still with Ben! It's amazing. Ha ha. But we did what we said we would do, move to South Carolina when Chief retired, and we are still here. I love you. I miss you. You're always on my mind.
Maegan Faulkner of Lyman, SC

"hey bro its taylor i still think about you everyday you will always be my friend i talked to your mom alot i dont understand why you didnt recieve a purple heart im goin to do everything i can to get it for you brother i wrote the senator of maine and the colonel of awards i will find out something for you and your mom my wife says i drink to much but its the only way to stop the pain i dont know why you and jones and ballard died and i didnt ive wanted to take my life so many times then i see my kids face it hurts so bad knowing you where so close to me and i couldnt save you why couldnt you just stay up on the 50 you would have been fine i hate living with this i wished i died with you so bad i will never forget you brother"
jeff taylor of palatke fla

"Another year has come and gone. I think of you often. I think about how proud Daniel will be of the story of how he got his name. And of the man who so proudly gave his life trying to save the other men. I still have that $20 you gave me to put up for you. I decided to save it for Daniel and he can do what he wants with when he is older.
Love you old man and miss you!!"
June Lancaster (Allen) of dallas

"Hey C-ham that time of year where you are definitely on my mind and a whole lot of other's minds as well. Still have your photo on my fridge. It'll always be there. I know God is taking care of you Charlie Dawg as only HE can."
1SG(R) Phillip Manville of Bonaire, GA USA

"Hey bro, I don't know why it has taken so long for me to do this. But I do need you to know that I miss you so much. Since you died there are so many things that have happened. I could have used my older brother and best friend so many times. Its so hard still after all this time to know I will never laugh with you again, or cry with you again. No more beer and jokes. I can't get over it Dan. I really can't. You were everything to me and I'm forever sorry for not telling you that before. Im still so angry over all this. The pain will never go away.EVER! It was not supposed to be that way. All I can do is hope that you and Dad are together and looking down on me. Cuz I will be honest with you, I need you right now. I really do. I need you and Dad both. Show me somehow things are going to be ok. I love you Danny. More than ever could be said."
Jimmy of auburn, me

"This is for Daniel J Cunningham, You are missed everyday but today I thought of you. We went to high school together. I re-joined the Army after I heard of your passing. You are a true soldier my friend. To your Mom I was there with you at the memorial when we saw his name on the wall."
Andrew MacDonald of Yongsan, Korea

My name is Jennie Black and I'm the sister of PFC. Wilfred Bellard. I'm looking for SPC Cunningham's wife. My mom recieved a letter intendend for you when your husband and my brother passed away and she would like to get a hold of you to return it to you. You can reach me at jennie_28@hotmail. com. I'm sorry for your lost but one thing I always try to remember God recieved 3 wonderful angels on April 4, 2003."
Jennie Black of San Diego, Ca

"Hey "Old Man",
John has been on the site before but could not leave a message. Night after night those radio calls go through his head.
We named our little boy after you, he turned 5 in June. Daniel James Allen. You would be proud, he is fearless.
We think of you all the time and miss you. We know we will see you again someday.
Connor- We have never met but we knew your dad and he talked about you so much it feels like we know you too.
We love and miss each soldier we have lost, ROCK OF THE MARNE"
Kimberly Allen of Hensley, AR

"C-Ham, this is the first time that I have visited this page. For that I do appologize. I just wanted to say that I really appreciate the opportunity have known you as a soldier and a friend. Gone but not forgotten. Be easy killah."
SFC Goff, Kenneth M. (JONNGOFF) of Austin, TX

"There were times when he didn't feel full of life..........but he was.

There were times when he didn't feel successful..........but he was.

There times when he didn't feel like a good husband or father..........but he was.

There were times when he didn't feel connected to any of us..........but he was.

There were times when he didn't feel brave of courageous..........but he was.

There were times when he didn't think he was my brother..........but he was.

I wrote these words to him shortly after he passed. I hope he new how much he meant to me and how much I miss him. I hope to see my friend again one day."

"C-ham, I think of you often...especially during Memorial Day. Have talked with your Mom several times and sent her a plaque with your Kosovo Medals attached. I'll always remember you. I'LL NEVER FORGET"
1SG (R) Phillip Manville of Bonaire, GA USA

"c-ham i just wonted to let you know i will never forget the times we spent together in iraq and at fort stewart you helped me alot when i first got to fort stewart i would have been lost with out you , on april 4 2009 i will be at your memorial to talk with you and jones, ballard,tacket and all my fallen brothers .that night when you , jones and ballard died i still feel so guilty for not been able to save you guys i still see it almost every night its been almost 6 years and it still seems like yesterday . i still love telling the story about right before we left we were shaving each others heads and you did mine and cutit all up and jimbo put rubbing alchol on it and said it was cooling lotion. i miss you so much your presence will never faid from my mined i miss all of cobra strike so much if any of you guys wont to chat hit me up ttaylor2552003@hotmail.com

cobra strike
sgt ram

jeff taylor of palatka florida


It's been 5 long years almost 6, since you were taking away from us. You are truly missed by us all. You will never be forgotten! What you think about the Pat's performance this year? "RIP""
CW2 Tyrone Hooks

"To the family of Daniel Cunningham,
My wife is a 3rd grade teacher at Eagle View Elementary School in Thornton Colorado. A few years ago the Cithy of Northglenn Colorado had a memorial in which they flew flags with the names of fallen service men and women on thier grounds. My wife received one of these flags as a gift from one of her parents which had the following message attached.
In grateful memory of U.S. Army Specialist Daniel Francis Cunningham Jr. who died on 4/4/2003 while defending liberty for you and me. We proudly fly this flag every national holiday in front of our home with the message still attached. God bless Daniel for his sacrifice and God bless you. Please feel free to contact me at rion_1@msn.com if you wish."
Mo Trujillo of Thornton, Colorado

"Thank you for teaching me what you know about life and being a 13B. Your memory will always be with me and 1-41."
SSG Matheny, Vincent of Fort benning GA

"I never had the privelege of meeting Danny but I have heard stories from his family who I am very close to. You are missed by all."
whitney of north conway, nh

"December 30, 2007
To the family of Spc. Daniel Francis J. Cunningham:
Daniel 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

"My name is Hailee Marcum, my school went to Washington D.C., and we went to the faces of the fallen exhibit. My teacher asked us to pick a person by our delight to do research on, and I chose your family member, Daniel Francis J. Cunningham, and I wish you all the best of times and I'm sorry this happened. We appreciate the service that Daniel did, and this experience has helped me understand the cost of war.

Greatest Apology,
Hailee Marcum"
Hailee Marcum of Pottsboro,TX,USA

"Hey C-ham its been four years now I think about you everyday you Are a great friend and a brother to all of us who served with you. I still remember that night at the Airport, your life did not go in vaine. Much love C-Ham

"Smity Rock""
(Spc.) Matthew smith of Montesano, Washington

On today, the fourth anniverary of your death, I would like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for our Country-not just in OIF, but also for your service in Kosovo as well. And to your family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

"Mission Accomplished"(41st FA Motto)"

"hey thats my name. i am sorry about that dude daniels are a minorty and to lose one is a shocking blow."
daniel of cunnigham street

Your memory crosses my mind every day. You were a true soldior and a true friend. Unfortunately for us, the Lord needed you with him. We had some good times together though. All my buddys love hearing all the old "C-HAM" stories. I wish I could have met Connor, you talked about taking me up to Maine all the time, but we never got around to it. Hopefully I will get a chance to get back to Ft. Stewart to see your memorial soon. I miss you buddy."
Jimbo Abate of Pecatonica, IL

"C-Ham it's been a while since I've visted your page, but trust me you're not forgotten. I just wanted to come by to let you know (but I know you already know) that the Pats will lose this weekend to Indy. RIP"
T. Hooks

"C-Ham I remember posting a message and saying that our cause is just and your effots were not in vain. Today is a good day for us as they hung him just outside the green zone, when I heard the news the first people to come mind were you, Jones and Bellard.. I visited your memorials the day he was captured to let you know they he was ours and now I am proud to say it again, your effort were not in vain.. I love you and miss you like there is no tomorrow
"Rock of the Marne""
Rob (Cheif) of Lyman SC

"I am very sad for your loss."
D of Virginia Beach, VA

"The memories of football in snow, flipping burgers after school. And just the honor of knowing, working, and being a friend of such an outstanding person. You were always way ahead of the rest of us. A great citizen, soldier, husband, father, and hero to all. You are missed greatly. Thank You for your dedication, and service."
Corey K Robbins of Jay, Maine / USA

"connor we love you your farther loves u still very much and so do we !!
love your best friends Amanda C. and Kate A."
Amanda&Kate of Winthrop Ma

"c-ham this is the first time i got the courge to leave you a message , i miss you very much, i looked forward to us hanging out in your bar in saint augastine, you died right beside me that night night i felt so guilty for not being able to help you, jones and ballard.i dont know yet why i lived that night . you were one of the best men i ever met.your picture hangs in the sports bar at the holiday inn in st augastine i thought that was pretty cool. to connor, i never met you but c talked about you all the time , ihave a son who is 11 , im so sorry to you i could not help your dad.i have many pics of your father please email me and i will send them to you....your dad will always be my friend and my hero /// surfgrunt@hotmail.com"
jeffery taylor of palm coast fla.

"C-ham, I have a photo of you taken while we were serving together in Kosovo posted on my refrigerator, and it's been there ever since the Lord called you. I'll always remember you..from the night I picked you up while we were in the field at Ft. Stewart and dropped you off at SSG Faulkner's section, and the times you would kid me early on Monday mornings about Buckshot Jones not doing too well in NASCAR the day before. But my fondest memories will always be your willingness to give your all in everything you tried to do. I'll never forget that, and I'll never forget you. Rest in Peace Charlie Dawg...God's got it from here."
1SG(Ret) Phillip Manville of Bonaire, GA

"C-ham, I have a photo of you taken while we were serving together in Kosovo posted on my refrigerator, and it's been there ever since the Lord called you. I'll always remember you..from the night I picked you up while we were in the field at Ft. Stewart and dropped you off at SSG Faulkner's section, and the times you would kid me early on Monday mornings about Buckshot Jones not doing too well in NASCAR the day before. But my fondest memories will always be your willingness to give your all in everything you tried to do. I'll never forget that, and I'll never forget you. Rest in Peace Charlie Dawg...God's got it from here."
1SG(Ret) Phillip Manville of Bonaire, GA

"C-ham it has been three years now and the pain of losing you, Bellard and Jones has not gone away. there is not a day goes by that I don,t take the time to remember the time that we spent together, I feel that just having been honored enough to serve this nation with you has made me a better person. Men who are willing to fight for this nation no matter what the cause are a special breed and I am proud to call you all BROTHER. I miss you man"
ROB(Chief) of Lyman SC USA

"Even though, i never met you i bet you were the best dad ever. Connor so0o0o0o0 wishes you were here still, he misses you and loves you. You should be proud. byeee <3"
catherine of winthrop

"my heart goes out to daniel. Connor loves you very much. You should ALWAYS know that."
mairead of winthrop

"connor .. your dad was the best .. daniel your son loves you .. everyday he talks about you and misses you .. we miss you .. <33 love the love of connors life"
kayla of winthrop

"daniel cunningham was the best soldier there ever lived !! our best wishes to his family .. and connor !!!! from his bffls...km.mm.cl."
connors best friends of winthrop

"He wuz my father.....haha....good memz...arg....bad memz...i only need 2 remember his smile 2 make it through he day"
Connor Cunningham of 33 dolphin ave.winthrop mass

"Danny was my sisters brother in law as well as our friend we luv you Danny you are sadly missed but never will be forgotten"
Tiffanee of Auburn,Me

"Cunningham You was one of the first soldier I met when I came to the PLT. You was one of the older soldier, so I will always remember you for that, I remember that day so clearly, everything that I ask you do you never once complain that is what great soldiers do, they do there jobs. To the Cunningham family I'm sorry that it took so long to send this message I will always remember Cunningham. SMOKE DAVIS"
Johnny Davis of FT.STEWART,GA,USA

"My heart and prayers go out to his mother. I too lost a son in Iraq."
Jacquie Cruz of windsor,cal, U>S>S

"While recently at Ft. Benning I purchased one of the KIA memory bracelets with Spc. Cunningham's name on it. I will forever be a reminder to me of the sacrifices made for others."
Liam of Oregon

"I didn't know him, but we share a common name, a likely a common ancestor. He is in my prayers."
Frank J. Cunningham of Notre Dame, IN

You were a close friend and we had some good time's. I will never forget all the advice and wisdom you gave me over the years I've known you. You were one of the first guys I met when I first got to the unit and I'll never forget your kindness. You are a great soldier and friend and you'll always be in my heart."
Spc Joel Schuette of Fort Stewart, GA

"My friend from many years ago, you will be missed. Thanks for being a hero."
T of Maine

"Connor I proudly wear the name of your Father on my honor bracelet,May his courage and honor never be forgotten"
Brigid Stuart of Texarkana,Texas

"He was the best father a kid could ask for. I just wish I could spend 1 more day with him.Dad I will never forget you."
Connor Cunningham of 33 Dolphin AVE Winthrop, MASS

"He is a sargent not a specialist"
Connor Cunningham of 33 Dolphin AVE Winthrop MASS

"Daniel is a sargent not a specialist"
Connor Cunningham of 33 Dolphin AVE Winthrop MASS

"I remember Danny as a little boy in our Cub Scout den (Den 4, Pack 171). It breaks my heart as I write this; he was a good Scout and, I am sure, an even better soldier and comrade. Thank you for your sacrifice."
Frank & Ann KEOUGH of Auburn, Maine, USA

"Danny and I were close friends in grade school. We lived in Tall Pines together and played street hockey and baseball together. When my family moved to Auburn, Danny would spend the night at my house. During the sleep-overs, Danny and I would play more hockey, gorge ourselves on Samís pizza, and pretend we were college roommates. Iíll never forget Dannyís easy smile, warm laughter, or that little cowlick he had. We eventually fell out of touch but Iíve often wondered what became of one of my favorite childhood friends. In April of í03, Google returned my query for Danny with tragic information. I am sad, but I am also very proud. The pain of my sadness is partially blunted knowing that Danny grew up to be the good person that I knew he always was. God bless you, Danny Cunningham. Thank you for your dedication and service to our country. My prayers are with you and your family."
Christopher S. Rosin of Boca Raton, FL

you were a cousin that I never knew I had until I heard the unfortunate news on the television. My father and yours were very close and as all three of you served our country all three of you are heros to me. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family as I hope I get to meet with you in heaven someday to say thank you."
Ashley Cunningham of CT

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

"Dear soldier... thank you. It is you we owe our freedom to. There is never a day, we do not think of how blessed we are because of soldiers, AMERICAN SOLDIERS like YOU. You paid the ultimate sacrifice, and so did your family. May God Bless you dear soldier with golden wings, and may he cradle your family in his arms, until they will be with you again."
The Silva Family, PROUD of our SOLDIERS, of Southern California, in the blessed United States

"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 (4/4/04)

"It's been a year ago today that you was taking from your family, love ones, and friends. I just wanted to return to let you know that I haven't forgotten you or the laughs we shared. You will always be missed and REMEMBERED!"
SSG. Hooks, Tyrone of Grafenwoher, Germany

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

I never knew you personally, but when I found out that 1-41 lost another on that day, I was heartbroken. We all miss you and wish your family and friends the best. God Bless"
SGT Ian McCarty of HHB, 1-41 FA BN, Fort Stewart, GA


"Thank you Daniel Cunningham, 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

"I'm sorry for taking so long to write this in honor of C-ham. C-ham and I shared alot of great laughs at work and in the field. He was the type of person to bring a smile to your face no matter what type of mood you were in. He was a great guy, an outstanding soldier, and a good friend. C-ham and I deployed together and I was there that day on April 4th. I will never forget C-ham and everything that he stood for. When you read this C-ham I want you to know that you'll always be remember! Also the Patriots are heading to the Playoffs!"
SSG.Tyrone Hooks of Ft. Stewart Ga

"To the family Of C-Ham
I had the great honor of spending 2 years of my life knowing Daniel while at FT. Stewart. We were in the same battery for half of that time and went out every now and again for some laughs. I will never forget him and I know he died doing what he knew was right. He was a great soldier."
Sgt. Charles E. Johnson, Jr

"Our Prayers to the family of this wonderful Hero"
Nina of Bangor,Maine

"Our prayers are with your family during this difficult time. Thank you Daniel, for your courage and sacrifice. May God bless you and keep you in His care."
Ken and Maritza Holley of Pembroke Pines, Florida

"To the family and friends of Spc. Daniel Cunningham:
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 Daniel 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. Daniel Cunningham:
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 Daniel, who continues to live on in your heart."
Tim Rivera, of Powder Springs, Georgia

"I too know the pain of losing someone young. My nephew died last year at the age of 30. Although it was a motorcycle accident not the service of his country, the pain is still great. Memories are a wonderful thing, hold on to them. God can also be a great healer of pain. Thank you for your sacrifice."
Terri Curtis of Green Forest, Arkansas

"I know the pain of losing a brother. My brother was a Marine. They say time heals everything, it does not..however what you do with that time, matters. Be strong, live your life to the fullest in honor of your brave warrior. May god bless you and please know we shall never forget this brave solider. NEVER"
The Taylors, USMC of NC

I would like to remind you that we are all thinking of you and your family
in this time of grief. I too have a brother over there and I pray that somehow
you can find peace and get through this. My prayers are with you and your family.
Your friend always,
Tammy Trover (Howard) Oxford Hills High School class of 88"
Tammy Trover (Howard) of Thornton, Co USA

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