Fallen Heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom

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

Army Staff Sgt. Tricia L. Jameson

34, of Omaha, Nebraska.
Jameson died in Trebil, Iraq. Jameson, a health care specialist was responding to a casualty incident when a secondary improvised explosive device detonated near her location. She was assigned to 313th Medical Company, Army National Guard, Lincoln, Nebraska. Died on July 14, 2005.

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"Hello Tricia
I place a Iraq Veteran flag holder and Flag near your stone as you can see.
I see your stone is leaning and grass is growing around it. I am hoping to get in touch with someone in your family to seek permission to have you moved to the Omaha National Cemetery. It is a beautiful peaceful place which you well deserve.
If anyone reading this can help in locating her family please e-mail me at rkwortman@gmx.com.
The best compliment I ever received in 24 years of service came from you when you took over the Readiness NCO position when I retired. I stopped by the office after you been there for a couple of months and you gave be a big hug and said, "How did you put up with us".
Again if anyone reading this can help in locating her family please e-mail me at rkwortman@gmx.com.

Behave forever young lady.
SFC Richard Wortman USA-RET
May 25th 2023"
Richard Wortman of Gretna, NE USA

"Tomorrow (March 19th) I will be marching at the Bataan Death Memorial Death March in Sgt Tricia Jamesonís honor. ❤️"
Laurie Anderson of Las Cruces, New Mexico

"Trish. Itís been 17 years since I lost you. Iíve read the tributes here for the first time since I posted after your death. The ones that touched me most were the grateful people who had wounded/lost family that you were trying to help. (Btw- Anyone reading this needs to know thereís something even more amazing about her sacrifice that very few other people would know.)
Trish, dating you and living with you was one of the best times of my life and I could post so much about how wonderful you were to spend time with, but as the years go by, I really remember your dedication to service even more. (BTW- I am a medical professional and last year was at the VA to see patients and passed a Christmas tree with gold star ornaments/pictures of fallen NE soldiers. Trishís picture was at eye level as I walked by and it was hard to breathe) Trish, you were a valued paramedic trainer when the war in Iraq started. We were sitting on your couch drinking our usual French wine when you commented that you didnít have to worry about being deployed. You were far more valuable training multiple generations of medics than being one, something you took pride in. I also remember your next comment that still haunts me to this day. You admitted, ďI have this feeling if I went to Iraq, Iíd take a bullet to the head.Ē
Sadly, our relationship ended a while later. Despite no pressure to be deployed and your worried premonition, you volunteered to go. And then you were killed by an IED (that went through your helmet) on your first call.
Iíll never get a chance to ask you what motivated you to go there voluntarily when you feared it, were useful here, and didnít have to go. I can only be proud and heartbroken that you did.
Trish, I love and miss you.
And to anyone else that read all of this, thank you for listening to the story of a true patriotís sacrifice.

Tony Evans"
Tony Evans of Omaha,NE

"My name is Mari-Alice Jasper and I am the managing editor of the Fort Campbell Courier, the post newspaper. This weekend I covered the installation's Run for the Fallen. I just wanted to share with everyone that Tricia's legacy lives on. There were two people there who dedicated their runs to her legacy. It was an honor to hear of her sacrifice and service to our nation. Be blessed."
Mari-Alice Jasper of Fort Campbell, Kentucky

"Doc J, your are missed and your sacrifice is not forgotten. Even though it has been over 20+ years since I have seen you I still remember your smile and your laugh. You could always brighten the area when you laughed. Rest well Doc J and thank you."
Jon Pieters of Minneapolis, MN

"My name is Nate Mounce. My older brother Blake Mounce, was one of the marines in the truck that Tricia went to help. I never knew this story until now. Iím thankful for Tricia as she instantly went to try to help my brother. Sheís a true hero! She put my brother and Chrisís safety before her own. Again, thank you Tricia and family!"
Nate Mounce of Ecru, MS

""Well it has been 15 years and seems like yesterday.
You are still missed as always.
It is said that you only die when you are forgotten.
With your friends you are not forgotten" 07/16/20"
Rick of Central America

"Hey Young Lady,
You're still in our memories and always will be.
Keep watch, our soldiers need you every day.
26 OCT2019"
Rock of Central America

"It's July 12, 2016. Eleven years and it seems like yesterday.
Hope things are well on your end.
Watch over us, you'll never be forgotten."
rkwortman of ne

"I was in the vehicle just before the ambulance. Our driver turned off to the left just before the overpass against what I wanted. I wanted so desperately to get to the Marines. I remember looking back at the ambulance and thinking hooah! Get to them! And the ied went off. I am so sorry it wasn't me. I would trade my life without a hesitation. They saw a hurt vehicle and charged right in. That day has haunted me for so long. I will never forget her courage that day. She is a true hero."
SGT. Damien Watts of Ripon, CA

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"I was there, at the tiny FOB Trebil, near the Syrian and Jordanian borders, as the ranking Army NCO in charge of fuel truck inspection for the convoys. As a Combat Lifesaver, I worked with Tricia and her driver SPC Rachel Soames, and the Marine Corpsman Doc Hale. I got resupplied from their unarmored ambulance, and enjoyed their kidding and friendship in the quiet moments between convoys.
That morning the attack came as Marines pulled out of our tiny FOB. Their 7 Ton truck was flipped over by a powerful mine, planted near our gate overnight. men were trapped. The truck was on fire. They did not hesitate. Like many times before they raced to the scene to aid the wounded, but this time a patient enemy in the sand, and a daisy-chained bomb near the first blast, also waited. Its detonation sent shrapnel thru the thin skinned ambulance, hitting the Oxygen bottle strapped to the wall just behind Tricia. SPC Soames had serious internal wounds and was flown all the way to Germany under 10,000 feet; pressurization would have killed her. She survived though, as did I and many of our 40 person FOB. Marines in the burning truck and Tricia were less fortunate. Their sacrifice on the Syrian border will always be remembered with gratitude, and I will miss them. When the attack first came I ran from our small HQ and just missed the ambulance heading around the HESCO barrier. Had I been 3 seconds faster I would've been in that truck. Shrapnel imbedded into the vehicle where I stood, 2 inches from my head. I still keep that deadly chunk of metal. as a reminder not to take a moment of this life for granted. Nor will I forget their ultimate sacrifice, made for their nation, their Units, and their friends."
SFC Michael Neff of Mansfield Ohio

"I am Chris Winchester's Aunt. Tricia will never be forgotten. She gave her life trying to save our Chris. We are sorry for your loss."
Martha W. Hyde Strain of Pearl River, LA

"Just checking your page here. Many nice comments, you come up in conversations so you are far from fogoten.
You and Linda raising heck somewhere.
SFC RK Wortman of Nebraska

"Thinkin of you and your sacrifice"
James Duffy Sgt Ret of Papillion NE

"Today in 2oo5 you were taken from us way to early. You will never be forgotten by those lives you have touched."
SSG. Nelson of Camp Ashland

"Gone but not forgotten old friend. Thank you for your ultimate sacrifice. We will meet again someday."
Jeff Harris of omaha/council bluffs

"MEMORIAL WEEKEND 2012: We honor your great sacrifice this weekend. Your life lives on in the memories of those who knew you. You will never be forgotten even by those who never knew you."
Geri of Omaha, NE/USA


"I still live this day in my head over and over, i was the convoy commander that day for the incident, SSG Jameson was a great person and had no regrets for what we were doing, i did not know her personnaly but only as a true profesional as she was, i know that god had a plan for her and someday i will be there to see her and say hello once again, i pray everyday for her family and friends. God Bless her.."
keith lee of Fort Drum, NY

"It will be 4 years this July that Tricia left us. I think about her often and still can't believe that she is gone. She was a great medic and wonderful friend. I will retire January 2010 with 20 years in the Army and when I look back at all of the wonderful people I have met, Tricia definitely stands out in my mind. She's in God's hands now looking over us. Miss you Tricia!"
CPT Keri (Kamrath) Lazure of Omaha, NE

"Happy Birthday Tricia, I love you and miss you. Our whole family does, always in our thoughts,
Tricia's Cousin of Omaha, Ne.

"Miss you SGT Jameson and my Cousin Tommy does too"
SGT (ret) James Duffy of Pappilion NE

"Here is a link to Tricia's Myspace memorial page, please visit it and I will add you on: http://home.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user&Mytoken=1223167508686"

"this is tricias brother robert jameson. i have not posted on any sites until today oct 3 2008.just wanted to say a little something but so hard after seeing all the others who made the supreme sacrifce for our freedoms. first,THANK YOU TO ALL OF YOU WHO MHAVE SUPPORTED AND REACHED OUT TO US AND OTHER MEMBER OF OUR TROOPS FAMILIES WITH NOTHING BUT LOVE. of curse i miss my sister vgery much but have realized that i am a selfish human who just wants his sister here but i cannot question gods infinite wisdom and judgement.my faith has been restoed in mankind and kindness due to this experiencewith my sisters passing in iraq.in closin for now, another big THANK YOU and please continue to pray for those that will continue to serve, their families and those who will go on to serve and protect this greatcountry we live in!!!!!!!!!! thank you sis for your faith your service and your blessings u have sent to me and your mom. u know how she can be(haHAHAHAHAHA)AND THE RESWT OF THE FAMILY"

"Each year I take my family to the Memorial Day service put on by veterans groups at Memorial Park in Omaha. I've done it for years and I will keep on doing it. My kids understand that Memorial Day is not just a day off from work, or a day to spend at the malls shoppingóand I hope they teach their own kids the same some day. If they donít, rest assured those kids will hear it from their Grandfather. Memorial Day is a day to remember and honor all those who made the ultimate sacrifice so my kids and their kids can continue to live in freedom in the greatest county the earth has ever known. This year the vets gave out a simple American flag--one for every soldier from Nebraska killed in Iraq or Afghanistan, with their name and the date they died. I was honored to receive Staff Sergeant Jamesonís flag. I decided to take her flag to my office where I keep it displayed on my desk. Every day I see that flag and her name, and I say a prayer of thanks for her sacrifice and I pray for her family as their suffering must be unimaginable. If any family members see this, please know that someone is thinking about Tricia everyday, honoring her memory, and praying for you as well. We must never forget the fallen. God Bless America."
Bob Schulte of Omaha, NE

"June 15, 2008
To the family of Staff Sgt. Tricia L. Jameson:
Tricia gave the ultimate sacrifice and will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. I cannot and will not let our fallen heroes be forgotten. My deepest sympathy to you. "Some gave all."
Peggy Childers
"Don't Let The Memory Of Them Drift Away"
Peggy Childers of Carson City, NV

"- To one outstanding soldier and person. Always caring about others more than herself. She set the example for others to follow and gave 100% in all she did. She was always dependable and there for you when you needed her, just a great person to work with. When my wife had our youngest son, she was the only person that showed up at the hospital from our section. She brought a stuffed animal along for our oldest boy who was four at the time so he didn't feel left out. Thats the kind of person she was. We miss her dearly!"
SFC Richard Wortman, RNCO USA-RET of Gretna Nebraska

"I served in the Army with her, we went through combat medic school together. I was active duty and we lost touch. She was a great person and took me under her wing during training. I will never forget her. I am now out of the army living in Nebraska."
Karen Singer of Papillion, NE

I only met you a couple times right when you got to camp Korean village, a few days before you were taken from us. You seemed at peace with yourself. You had volunteered to join us because you didn't want to retire without deploying. You were ready to do the things you had trained for, you wanted to save lives. I will never forget you. It was an honor to serve with you.
Daniel Dale of omaha , NE

"I never knew SSG Jameson but she is not forgotten. I will be reciting her name at our next dining-in ceremony to commerate our fallen comrades. A true honor it will be for me."
SSG Hicks, Erin L. of Fort Sam, Houston, TX

"I never met SSGT Jameson, though I may have passed her in camp and she responded to our call for help.
I was the corpsman with 3/10 that was attacked just before Tricia was. I was working on a wounded Marine when Tricia and the other medic were speeding towards us to help. When I heard the second blast a mile down the road I was horrified that another one of ours had been hit. When I saw the ambulance and heard that she had been killed it tore me up. I can't tell you how I feel knowing that she died because of her bravery to come help me and my Marines. Cpl Mounce, Cpl Winchester and SSgt Jameson all died that day in Trebil near what we called the strip mall. To the family of Tricia Jameson, I am so sorry for your loss."
"Doc" HM3(FMF) Hale, Jared J of Camp Lejeune, NC


"I havenít forgotten you, nor will I. May God bless and keep you and your family. Rest in the arms of the Lord until we all meet for the final muster."
Everett L. Lunday SFC (RET) of Georgetown, Texas


The soldier stood and faced God,
Which must always come to pass.
She hoped her shoes were shining,
Just as brightly as her brass.

"Step forward now, you soldier,
How shall I deal with you?
Have you always turned the other cheek?
To My Church have you been true?"

The soldier squared her shoulders and said,
"No, Lord, I guess I ain't.
Because those of us who carry guns,
Can't always be a saint.

I've had to work most Sundays,
And at times my talk was tough.
And sometimes I've been violent,
Because the world is awfully rough.

But, I never took a penny,
That wasn't mine to keep...
Though I worked a lot of overtime,
When the bills got just too steep.

And I never passed a cry for help,
Though at times I shook with fear.
And sometimes, God, forgive me,
I've wept many tears.

I know I don't deserve a place,
Among the people here.
They never wanted me around,
Except to calm their fears.

If you've a place for me here, Lord,
It needn't be so grand.
I never expected or had too much,
But if you don't, I'll understand."

There was a silence all around the throne,
Where the saints had often trod.
As the soldier waited quietly,
For the judgment of his God.

"Step forward now, Tricia,
You've borne your burdens well.
Walk peacefully on Heaven's streets,
You've done your time in Hell."""

"Up and at Ďem bright and early, Iím all business in my suit
Yeah Iím dressed up for success, from my head down to my boots
I donít do it for money, thereís bills I that I canít pay
I donít do it for the glory, I just do it anyway
Providing for our futureís, my responsibility
Yeah Iím real good under pressure, being all that I can be
And I canít call in sick on Mondays when the weekendís been too strong
I just work straight through the holidays, and sometimes all night long
You can bet that I stand ready, when the wolf growls at the door
Hey Iím solid, hey Iím steady, hey Iím true down to the core.

And I will always do my duty no matter what the price
Iíve counted up the cost, I know the sacrifice
Oh and I donít want to die for you, but if dyinís asked of me
Iíll bear that cross with honor, cause freedom donít come free.

Iím an American Soldier an American
Beside my brothers and my sisters, I will proudly take a stand
When libertyís in jeopardy, I will always do whatís right

Iím out here on the front lines, sleep in peace tonight
American Soldier, Iím and American, Soldier.

An American Soldier an American
Beside my brothers and my sisters, I will proudly take a stand
When libertyís in jeopardy, I will always do whatís right
Iím out here on the front lines, sleep in peace tonight
American Soldier, Iím and American, an American, an American, Soldier."

"I had the honor of placing the Force Protection barriers around the medical training center in Balad that they named after you, SFC Jameson. I can still remember the day I read your plaque on the wall. When we lost a soldier from our unit, a barrier was painted as a memorial to him. We had no place to display it, but LTC Lund allowed us to incorporate the memorial into the barriers surrounding your training center. It truly was an honor to place his memorial near yours. I hope that your family and friends find peace and happiness until they see you again."
SSG David C. McConnell of McCook, NE

"November 29, 2006
Happy Birthday, today would have been your 36th Birthday, we are thinking of you and knowing that your beautiful soul is still here with us and your precious smile. We love you & miss you all the time.
Your Family"

"I wear a hero bracelet, in honor of a servicemember who died in Iraq. After doing some research, I chose to wear the bracelet in honor of SSGT Tricia L. Jameson. Everyday, I look down on my bracelet, and I see her name, and her rank, and the day she lost her life in Iraq. I wear her name proudly, as she is a hero; she died while trying to save other soldiers. My Dad was a medic in WWII; he once told me how very hard that was. SSGT Jameson's work was hard, but she did it with love for her fellow soldier. She is in God's hands now.

I just lost a good friend, a Vietnam vet. He will meet SSGT Jameson in heaven; they will have a lot to talk about.

My sincere condolences to her family and friends. I promise you, she will not be forgotten."
Mary J. Fahey of Syracuse, New York

"SFC Jameson I remember you when I first joined C-Med in Omaha. You were so friendly and I never forgot you. When I returned from Qatar, while serving in Iraq, I saw you at Speicher when you first arrived. You were so excited to be there; to see people you hadn't in a long time. I couldn't and still can't believe that you are gone. Tricia, you are unforgettable and I hope that you felt no pain. I know that you are in a wonderful place and watching over us. You will always be in my thoughts."
Spc Kate Czerwinski of 313 Med Omaha, NE

I found a coin that was left for you on Memorial Day, it reminded me of your bravery and what you did. It reads as follows: I am a Patriot, I proudly serve my country in a Noble cause. I will make personal sacrifices to keep my nation free. I will never falter. Brave warfighters of the past are proud of me. I AM THE AMERICAN SOLDIER."
Keri of Cousin of Tricia

"Although I didn't know her, I am sure that Tricia was a remarkable woman. She was certainly brave. She died while coming to the aid of two of my Marines who also died that day and I will never forget that. God bless her family and friends."
Ian Glover of Camp Lejeune, NC

I read about you the other day... It was written in an Army newsletter that after much extensive research, they found you were the first woman to ever have died of combat related injuries in the ENTIRE HISTORY of the United States Army. I cried, I felt proud, I cried some more and realized that this makes me feel your loss even more deeply, your essence, your light, your most inner spirituality will always be here, you have made history girl, you are awesome, your spirit always shines on...thank you for being there as my cousin and friend, thank you for being there as our country's freedom fighter, most of all, thank you for having been you Tricia. I love you, miss you, and will always believe in what you were fighting for and everything you stood for, hold your spirit high Tricia and display your wings proudly, you deserve it, more than anyone I know,
Love you,

You don't feel gone. I feel like I'm waiting patiently for the time I get to talk to you again. Like a friend far away, who will come home unexpectedly. We shared so much in a short time. Certain things will bring back a rush of memories, but I never see it coming. A French wine, a motorcycle, Dido, Enigma, a silver Spyder, or someone petting a black chow.
You were a good friend, a fun girlfriend, a skilled coworker, but most of all...a caring person.

I miss you more than anyone could imagine."
Tony of Omaha, NE

Remember us as kids-oh the fun we had
I keep you in my heart forever
Can't wait to see you someday
I love and miss you
Always loved, never forgotten"

"Tricia an Angel as they all are taken home to watch over all of us. Tricia was born with wings, she wore them always. So precious, so beautiful, so perfect."
Taylor of Ft. Riley, Kansas

"May the Lord be with you and may you continue to watch over those soldiers still in harms way. You are truly a hero, what you did was "So that others may live." -Dustoff"
LT Cooper of Sacramento, CA

"To the family:
she was a sweetheart, took care of those around her. she gave me some advil for a headache in trebil. but she gave much more for her country."
Sgt. Marcum of Kansas

You will never be forgotten. Thank you for everything you did for me when I enlisted. You were always there for me. You were always there for everyone. You made people's lives better for just being in the room.
To Tricia's family: I am so sorry. She IS a great person and always will be."
SSG Steven Barnes of Omaha, NE

"Rest in peace Tricia. Thanks for a job well done. Death cannot seperate us forever. We'll see each other again!"
James of California

"To the family of:Tricia L. Jameson I am so sorry for the loss of your love one.She 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

"I was scanning through the Chicago Tribune and saw a one inch picture of a pretty blonde that caught my eye. I stopped to read the caption and to my horror, the blonde was Tricia and I found out that she was gone. I served with her in Nicaragua and knew her only for a short time. She left a lasting impression on me. She was kind, sweet and I'll remember her forever. My deepest condolences to her family and friends."
Ken Bodenhagen of Chicago, IL

"To Tricia's Family, I am Journalist First Class Vance Youmans. I was the lead journalist on the Navy Public Affairs Team in Nicaragua during Exercise New Horizons 2005. That's when/where I met Tricia. I must tell you that she was a constant breath of fresh air during that deployment: We giggled, we laughed, and sometimes we moaned about, well, many things. She was a friend for just ten days: Now, I'll never forget her. Peace be upon you..."
Vance Correa Youmans of Spokane, Washington

"November 29, 2005

Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday Dear Tricia,
Happy Birthday to you...
We Love and Miss You...

Happy 35th Birthday Tricia
November 29, 1970 - July 14, 2005

"To SSG Jameson's family and friends. I am an Army Health Care Recuriter, and I recently sent a recruiting post-card to Tricia's address from a list of possible nursing students. I am saddened to hear of the loss of another fine Soldier. My deepest sympathy to you, her family and friends for your loss. Army Medics are a special breed and though I never knew her I'll never forget her sacrifice. She is a Hero."
CPT Michael Fisher, Army Nurse Corps of Omaha, NE

"To the Jameson family,
We extend our thoughts and prayers to your for the loss of your beloved TRICIA. May the Angels surround you as you try to heal.
TRICIA - We celebrate your life and honor your memory as a true AMERICAN HERO. Thank you for your service and sacrifice for our country. You will Always Be Remembered.
From a grateful family of a US Army Soldier, stationed in Iraq with 101st AVN Regt, Ft. Campbell. 10-20-05"
---The Erwin Family of Oregon, United States of America

Not a day goes by that I don't think of you. They say I should move on, but tell me, where?
With as much as I have shared with you,
suh sweetness and joy and so many years, there has to be some room for storing sorrow, some place to keep one's undivided pain, where past can still be present, though in shadow, and I can be with you again.
Though you are gone and I must live alone, time is nothing but an open window to things more real, which we all have known.
We were cousins, a part of one flesh, so now in me your legacy and memories will never be in jest.
I love and miss you Trish....So much

"To all of those whom loved SSG Jameson. I had not had the privilege of knowing her but I do believe I have seen her a time or two being that we serve under the same Command. Just to let you know on last week I had the honor to fly with my and her Commander, Bridaire General Elder Granger along with AMEDD Commander Major General George Weightman as they donated the medical facility in her name and HONOR. Take care and God Bless from a soldier still over here supporting and praying for you all."
Timohy Vogt of Baghdad, Iraq

It has been two months today and I miss you dearly, I started my med classes and have thought about you in every way, when I signed up in June I thought how nice it would be that I have a backup for if I had any questions, not knowing you would be gone just a short time later... You were an awesome medic, one of the best and I can only hope to follow in your footsteps and make you as proud as I am of you. I know you will be there with me regardless to help me through -your light shines on along with all of the wonderful memories I will always have of you,
I love You & Miss You"
Keri-cousin of Sgt. Tricia Jameson * KIA* 07-14-05

"Trish ,
You were so dear to all of our hearts, we miss you and your spirit will go on. I can't wait to see you someday, I know you will be waiting by Heaven's gates with Tasha and the rest of your loved ones. You were the best with such a sweet heart and loving personality, know that I am honoring you each and every day in my memory and in my heart. I heard a song that reminded me of you the other day, It is called "Sailing." I listen to it over and over. I love you and miss you-till the day we meet again-"

"We miss and love you..."

"Lo, I have stood my watch this day, I have kept my enemy at bay, God and country I serve, so I swore for peace today evermore.
A new watch I proudly stand, so glorious and bold as God took my hand, with shield and armor I now bear a sword, my Comrades and I stand proud with the lord.
My eyes are fixed, my path is sure, my heart and mind so blessed and pure, as my God now dwells with me, my spirit with you will always be..."
We love you Tricia

"I never had the pleasure to know Tricia, but it is obvious how special a person she was. My thoughts and prayers are with you all, please know she is looking down, smiling, and wanting you to know that she is OK. Her sacrifice and bravery, along with all the other heroes she now joins, is an inspiration that touches many all over the world. My heart goes out to you."
Peter of Montreal, Canada

"There is another great website honoring Trish I am adding pics to daily, you can sign her guestbook and view her photo gallery... www.legacy.com
We love you Tricia and Miss you"

"Each & Every day is like remembering a particular moment of the past 20 years of friendship we shared, they will so live on as reminders of her kindness, intelligence & unique personality . A day will not go by that "Trish" won't be on our minds."
Holly Freeman of Omaha, NE./USA

I love you and miss you-to my cousin, friend and the one everyone said I looked like, as cousins we shared a lifetime together, but not enough, you're bravery astounds me and your honor and smile and personality will always live on in my heart. I think about you every day and miss you terribly. I look at pics when we were kids, and at my wedding pics where you were my bridsemaid and think: "How can this have happened?" My beautiful,always happy Trish...I love you so much and miss you terribly, thank you for being a part of my life while I had you in it, you are always in my soul, my heart, my memory...YOU WILL NEVER EVER EVER BE FORGOTTEN.
I love you Trish...
Keri Craig of Lavista, Nebraska

"Thank You Tricia Jameson for your kindness & bravery. You gave your life helping others & you will never be forgotten. You are the true meaning of the word HERO. May you now know the peace you so rightly deserve. God will keep you safe at last. My heart aches with your family for their loss."
Melissa Macchi (cousin of PFC Mark Barbret from Shelby Twp., MI, killed in Iraq on 10/14/04) of Roseville, MI

"Your smile and spirit will never be forgotten. You will always be in the hearts of the ones that loved you and we will never know anyone as brave."
Jennifer Freeman of Omaha, Ne

"SFC Jameson,
Your in a better place. Thanks for being the person/soldier that you are
God Bless..."
of Lincoln, NE

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

"To the Jameson Family, I wish to offer my most sincere condolences to you. Your Tricia is truly an American Hero. She served as one and gave her life as one. Tricia will always be remembered and honored. May God Bless you all. We are all praying for your family."
Mary Ghaney of Brooklyn, New York


"We are deeply sorry for your loss. America will forever honor your Hero.
The Courage, Honor, and Valor that your Hero showed will always be remembered.
We are grateful for the sacrifice that was made and we will NEVER FORGET.
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

"Thank you Tricia Jameson, 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 Staff Sgt. Tricia Jameson:
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 Tricia for the sacrifice she has made to make a better life for the rest of us."
The Ford Family of Wells, Nevada

"To the family and friends of Staff Sgt. Tricia Jameson:
I am saddened by the loss of your loved one. She 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 Tricia, 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