Fallen Heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom

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

Army Pfc. Stuart W. Moore

21, of Livingston, Texas.
Moore died in Baghdad, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device struck his convoy. He was assigned to 2nd Battalion, 3rd Field Artillery Regiment, 1st Armored Division, based in Giessen, Germany. Died on December 22, 2003.

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"The Stuart Moore Memorial Highway will be dedicated on Friday, September 18, 2020 in Livingston at 9:00 am. Stuart was our cousin and we are so proud of the VFW Post for making this happen. Our hearts and prayers are with Dennis, Pam, Tiffany and the Moore Clan. We will celebrate and honor Stuart's selfless service and sacrifice. We will be never forget!"
Ken and Ann McDougal of Denison, TX USA


"Pfc. Stuart Moore will be remembered and honored this evening, February 11, 2016 at the College Station City Council meeting, College Station, Texas."
Ben Roper of College Station, Tx

"I worked at MDAnderson Cancer Center and I was behind a vehicle this morning that indicated the woman in the vehicle was the Mother of this young man. I want her to know that I was overwhelmed with emotions at the heart of this Momma who lost her baby. The Lord laid it on my heart to pray for this young man's Momma and his family. RIP HERO."
Shirley Lindsey of Houston, TX

"i will always miss you, i will see you soon, love ya uncle stuart"
chance moore of Buffalo,Texas, United States

"Never forget you"
:-( of Germany

"Ten year....nothing has changed....still feels like u will be arround....still love u...."
kristina of germany

"Texas Forever"
GOSS of Corpus Christi Texas

Louis Steve of Soutgate, Mi/USA

"My regards to family Moore may the sacrice your son and your family has made in the service to our beloved nation never be forgotten. As a fellow Texan, and former member of 2/3 FA i will always speak your sons name on memorial day. God bless you all"
SFC willam clint martin of kaiserslautern germany


Goss of OperationMMA at Gmail dot com

"Miss you.. see you soon.."

"Thinking about you on this Memorial Day bud. No one has forgotten you or your sacrifice."
Joe of Cleveland, OH

"Still thinking about you, Moore. I'm sure we all are. Happy Memorial Day, bro. 2/3 FA
Keidrick Swan of Texas City, Tx

"I were his girl here in Germany,i will keep u in my heart forever,i guess he is in a better place.We all miss u
Love u Kristina"
Kristina of Giessen

"As the fourth approaches, I remember my friend Stuart Moore. When people thank me for my service to my country, it is hard for me, because my sacrifice was nothing compared to Stuart Moore's and his families. Thank you, Stuart, for your sacrifice for our country."

"Havent forgot about you brother..."
Michael J Goss of Corpus Christi, TX

"Dear Mr. and Mrs. Moore,
I wanted to also say he is not forgotten. I didnt have the pleasure of knowing him but am deeply indebted to him for his sacrifice. I think of him when I look at my own son. I hope your suffering has lessoned and are able to remember the wonderful things about him.
Kathleen Donovan of College Station, Texas

"Dear Mr. & MRs. Moore,
Just stopping by to say that I am thinking of you and Stuart.

His sacrifice will never be forgotten."
Missy Lee of Camp Zama, Japan

This is Barbara Lyons of New Orleans. My intention in my previous message was to include Stuart's entire family. I did not include his wife Molly in my message and I apologize. My best wishes and prayers go out to you all."
Barbara Lyons of New Orleans, LA

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Tiffany and Candice,

My name is Barbara Lyons and I live in New Orleans. I am not in the military but just a citizen who benefits from the sacrifices you, Stuart, and your family makes. I thank you for your incredible efforts for people all over the world and for our country. In 2004, the local Veterans association presented a grove of flags with yellow ribbons on each in the name of a fallen soldier. After the presentation the flags were sold to assist families. I walked into the grove and placed my hand on a flag. The name on it was Pfc. Stuart W. Moore of Livingston, Texas who died on 12/22/2003 in Baghdad. This flag survived the devastation of my home in Katrina and I display it proudly today in honor of your son, husband, and father. My best wishes to you and know that Pfc. Stuart Moore is remembered and honored at my home each day."
Barbara Lyons of New Orleans, LA

"December 20, 2008
To the family of Pfc. Stuart W. Moore:
Stuart 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

"I am from Livingston, and I am currently in the Navy. I am a Chief Petty Officer Selectee going through transition, and I will be getting pinned on 16SEP08. We were tasked with researching a MIA or KIA from our home town. I immediately thought of your son. I am an Independent Duty Corpsman and went on deployment with the Army last year. This was my first experience with the Army, and they were a truely amazing group of Soldiers. I have read what others have written about your son, and I know that he was a real Soldier. I am thankful for him and his love for his country. I know that you are proud of your son. Your family has paid the ultimate price for our freedom....we all sleep a little better because of you and Stuart. Thank you."
Tonya Alexander of New Orleans

"Just letting you know that we have not forgotten you, Moore. That day will never come."
Keidrick Swan of Texas City, Tx

"Just stopping by ...."
Michael J Goss of Corpus Christi, Texas

""Nubb" Moore was one of the best soldier's I have known. Those of you who were not in Iraq with Stuart Moore might not know how hard of a worker he was. When we moved into "Camp Ruhlan", one of Baghdad's largest water treatment facilities, the building did not have any power because of damage from the war and looters. In the first week, Stuart Moore worked for 3 days straight, day and night, running electrical lines and connecting circuits. He wasn't an electrician, he was a 13B, a cannon crewmember, but he had that a can do attitude and a willingness to try, and through his hard work and sacrifice made life a little more comfortable in a hotter part of hell known as Al-Adhamiya, Baghdad.
In Iraq there were those who avoided work and danger, but Stuart was one who never hesitated to roll out the gate. Stuart preferred to be a gunner, a more exposed position,and was not one of those soldier's who only rode in the up-armored HUMVEE's (We only had 2). His courage and strength were truly heroic and put him on the level with the great men who have forged this great nation and kept the kept that Red, White and Blue flying high above the greatest nation in the world.
In closing, Stuart, I miss you, you were a good friend."
SSG Matthew Brixey of Dallas, Texas

"I was lucky enough to have grown up with Stuart. Even when we were kids, he was one of the most genuine guys I have ever known. Over the years, much changed but never the values and attitude that he lived his life by. He was honest, caring and respectful to everyone he encountered. I have nothing but the best memories of Stuart. From the time we were cub scouts until the day we graduated from high school together, Stuart knew he wanted to serve his country. He was great at everything he did, including being a true friend that I will never forget. I miss you so much buddy, and I will always be very, very proud of you."
Collin M. Zeigler of Livingston, Texas U.S.A.

"Thanks man I remember Stuart was a good guy and im serving in the military right now and just am thankful there are more people willing to lay it all on the line for freedom."
SPC Jimmy Morton of Ft carson Colorado

"3 years ago today. but it seems like it was just yesterday...Miss ya' buddy!"
Jose C. of NY

"God Bless. I hope Stuart Moore's family members are coping well with this unfortunate loss."
Jessica of Austin, TX, USA

"Happy Veterans day brother. I to this day miss you as if it were yesterday that they took you away from us. I miss ya' "Nubb"! "Assassin's hooah""
Jose C. Belen of New York

"I didnt know your son, but im really sorry for your loss. Im from Livingston too im am in Iraq at this time. He makes me proud that he served his country. God Bless."
Spc Ryan Thompson of Balad Iraq

"It has taken me some time to build up enough courage to speak about this subject for I still remember the day as it were yesterday. I was fortunate enough to arrive to Giessen at the same time as Stuart and we became roomates and ultimatley the closest of friends. I still to this day mourn him and always will...I will never forget that day in Baghdad in which one of my closest friends was taken from me and his loving family. I would love to speak with his family if at all possible. And please don't ever think that anyone will forget him as I know for the rest of my life I will remember him and all of the others who have fallen. God Bless you "Nubb" and your entire family....I miss you brother!"
Jose C. Belen of Amsterdam, NY 12010

"to the Moore family from the Wahl family. Deeply sadden by the news of Stuart. he has not been forgotten. I remember him today as I do my own son. We the fallen families need to keep our fallen fresh in the minds of every AMERICAN! Our soldiers have not died vain! Stuart thank you for your brotherhood to our son. I assure you Gregory felt you had been his brother. Strangely, neither of you knew one another. Yet, you both understood the bond as soldier's. Stuart your lost is diffuclt to your family. Still only those that knew you. Can truely, reflect on those very precious memorable moments shared together with you. An you are in their HEARTS always! Thank You Stuart, for serving our country, being a brother and answering the calling very few american's ever do. You scarificed everything for us all. An the people in Iraqi have been blessed by you. One day these people will honour every scarifice to live one day in PEACE!"
leonard wahl of VALLEY STREAM NY

"To The Moore Family, I served with your son in Iraq, he was an excellent soldier and a great guy. I know he is up in heaven looking down on us all. God Bless..."
CPT Joseph Wise of Baumholder, Germany

"For the family members of Stuart Moore, I would like you to know one thing and one thing only, that what your son has done has set an example for every man and woman in this great country, and told them that freedom is worth his own life, the ultimate sacrafice. He is truly with God now and will watch over you as he watched over his friends and fellow soldiers during the war. God Bless America and soldiers like Stuart."
Derek of Stony Point, New York

"thank you for all you have done for our country"
Angie of chicago,il U.S.

"I have never met PFS Stuart Moore. I only know of him thorugh the e-mail I received from his parents. In their e-mail, they commented "as time pass no one will remember". Their words have been haunting me. Mr. & Mrs. Moore. I just want you to know that I will not forget about your son, or his sacrifice. His soul may rest in peace and let the eternal light shine up on him."
Missy Lee of Giessen, Germany

"To the Moore family, I knew Stuart when i was younger he was the first boyfriend and the sweetest guy Ive known we had some good times just wish he was still around to share some more but I know in my heart he is always watching over and know how much he loved his family. My prayers are with you always. brandynicoletaylor@hotmail.com"
Brandy Taylor of Pahrump, Nevada

"I just received Stuart's Hero Bracelet in the mail. As a Gulf War era MP, I will be proud to carry his memory with me. As an employee of the Dept. of Military & Veterans Affairs in Anchorage, I will be able to tell his story often. For his sacrifice, he not be forgotten."
Ken Negus of Anchorage, AK

"Hey cuz! I miss you so much but I'm very proud of you. As I look back on all the great times we shared, and how much you always watched over and stood up for me, I'm not at all suprised that you would make this sacrafice. I know Aunt Pam and Uncle Den and Tiffy are proud. You are truly my hero. Love Ya"
Chad Ryan (Cousin of Stuart Moore) of Conroe, TX

"Today is Veterans day. My highschool put one name of a soldier who died in Iraq on every locker. Stuart Moore was the name on mine. I thought I would look him up, and thank him for sacrificing his life for the United States. Thanks."
Caity Wheaton of Montana

"i didnt know him but i thank him for his bravery and dignity and honor in our country. god bless him and his family. i too lost a loved one in this war his name was Isaac and even tho they are not w/us in person they are still w/us in spirit and are watching our every move . And all of these soliders are heros no matter what happens to them. god bless them all."
kim of new york

"Stuart Moore was a great soldier and a friend to all. He is missed dearly and will forever be in our hearts. We love you, Moore! (A 2-3 FA)"
SPC Keidrick D. Swan of Giessen, Germany

"To my best friend Stuart moore I will miss you. you have been a good friend to me and craig wish you where still here. I miss the days we used joke and laugh wish you where still here."
Keith Taylor of Lufkin TX USA

"To the Moore family,
I served with Stuart in Giessen and Iraq. He was a great guy and a great soldier. He will greatly be missed. God bless you."
SPC Chris Quinton of Giessen, Germany

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

"Our dear Veterans and heroes, both male and female who are serving in harms way are our beloved military members who fight and die for our great Country, they have for hundreds of years paid for our Freedom with installments of American Blood. All of our Veterans no matter what color or creed when they fight and die for our Country, all bleed red for our Freedom. We as billions of other free Americans, render our heart felt thanks and our prayers for our beloved young men and women who have served and are now serving with great honor. We as American Citizens have great respect for our soldiers no matter what branch they are serving in. We will always remember our young fallen heroes, whom are very respected by our Country, we shall not forget."

"Hey Moore, Its your buddy SGT Goss just checking in and saying that I havent forgot about you but have been busy with the PCS move back to Ft Hood. I still plan to go see you as promised, I have your moms number..Look over me and the rest of the guys till they get home..Later "my friend in High Places""
SGT Michael J Goss of FT Hood, Texas 76544

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

"Pam, Dennis, Tiff, Chance, and Candi, I still don't know what to say. As the days go by, it gets easier, but there still isn't a day go by that I do not think about Stu. He was one of the best friends that I have had, and the best that I will ever have. The memories that I have will last for ever. I will never forget you Stuart, and I will always be there for your family. I'll see you soon.
Aaron of Livingston, Texas

"We know you sadness...we feel your pain... we recognize your sacrifice."
Mark & Crystal Smith of Livingston, TX / USA

"PFC Moore:
Thank your for giving yourself so that those of us at home can live freely and safely. There are not enough 'thank yous' for a gift such as this. Rest in peace soldier."
Dan and Meg Manninen of San Antonio, Texas

"To the Moore family,
Stuartís heroic measures will never be forgotten. May God bless Stuart, your family and all of our other fallen heroes."
Amber, Marc and Kameron Alcedo of Austin, Texas

"We all owe Stuart a debt of gratitude and to his parents we say thank you and GOD BLESS."
Kenneth and Happy Parkhill

"My father always stressed that "freedom isn't free" and was proud to have served in WWII and the Korean war. We cannot begin to express our gratitude to Stuart and to all of the soldiers who are fighting to protect our country and our quality of life. We value our freedom and will not forget his sacrifice. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Moore family."
Len, Sherry and Katie Richardson of Huntsville, Texas

"Mrs Moore and baby,

I did not know your loved one, but I am very proud of him for standing up for what he belived in. I hate it with all my heart that he had to lose his life and leave a loving wife and baby at home. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Always belive that his light will shine down on the two of you at all times. He will watch that little angel of his grow up from a very good place.

With all of our love.
Clayton, Rici, Megan Bugess
Norman and Fay Burgess"
Rici Burgess of Onalaska, Tx

"With God's divine guidance and his great love for all of us, we will "get" through the loss of our hero, Stuart Moore. There are no words that can truly describe the hurt Stuart's family feels at this time. To Pam and Dennis - You know that your family and friends are beside you in every way and will be whenever the need arises, with friendship, love and prayers. God bless Stuart and his family. God Bless America and all of the other fallen soldiers who have died protecting our freedom."
Dennis, Terri, Skyler and Cody Salmasi of Onalaska, Texas, USA

"What a hero to our country as well as to our hometown. Our hearts go out to the Moore family for their loss. May God continue to Bless America."
Sheerin and Michael Ager and Family of Round Rock, Texas

"Dennis,Pam & Family, You all are an inspiration to us as we continue to keep you in our thoughts and prayers.The love for your son was so visible before,during and after the service as the church family and the community paid tribute to his life. Your loving family,the many friends and soldiers that surrounded and comforted us all make us proud to know you and live in the community Stuart loved. We will never forget the great sacrifice that Stuart gave for all of us. I just know he is as proud of you all as you are of him.The words of Franklin D. Roosevelt give me some positive thoughts as we think about our young men and women and what Stuart stood for as a young man and as a soldier, "We defend and we build a way of life, not for America alone...but, for all mankind". Our family so admires your courage and strength and know God is guiding your path everyday. Much love & care, Becky & Greg Martin and family"
Becky & Greg Martin of Livingston, Texas

"To the family of Pfc.Stuart Moore..
My name is Alan Anderson, I am best friends with 1st Lt Edward Matthew Saltz who was also killed in the same accident. I am so sorry for your loss, just know that if Pfc.Moore was parred up with Lt .Saltz, then he beleived in what he was doing over there. Matt was incredible person and I have no doubts that Pfc.Moore was in the best hands as could be with Lt.Saltz as his commanding officer."
Alan anderson of Kalispell, Montana

"Thank you so much for the gift of freedom. The Moore family has our thoughts and prayers. May God bless and comfort you."
Sonny & Beth Nash of Livingston, Tx. USA

"WE are so proud that your son gave his life to keep us all free. I know he will be really missed, but be still and know that he is with God and still with us. There is none so great as to give is life for his country! Love in Christ, Dottie and Joe Elliott"
Dottie Elliott of Livingston, Texas, USA

"Dear Pam, Dennis, and Tiffany,
No one can truly understand the path that you are traveling now, but please know that not only is God holding your hand, there are also the countless hands of those who love you and remember Stuart with warm affection. This country is strong because of the sacrifices of our youngest and bravest men and women who leave our loving homes in order to protect them from those who would take our freedom away. We thank all of those who give some and especially those who give all. Stuart will always be remembered as the hero he was. May God bless you and give you comfort."
Verna & Eugene Parrish of Livingston, Texas U.S.A.

"My heartfelt prayers go out to this young man's wife, daughter, parents, family & friends. What a tragic loss. I have kept you in my prayers since hearing of his death. No words can express the sadness I feel for you. I just pray that God keep His loving arms wrapped around each & everyone of you and you find comfort in Him."
Kim Lowe of Livingston (Big Sandy), Texas

"Our love and prayers are with you now and always. Words are never sufficient to express our feelings at a time like this. To be able to give oneself for his country has to be one of the highest honors God gives. God bless you and we pray with you as He helps you through this time."
Bebe and Johnny Walker of Livingston, TX

"Our thoughts and prayers go out to your family in his loss. It speaks volumes to hear that someone put themselves in harms way to protect the citizens of the United States. It is an honor to live in a country where we have men like Stuart. God Bless."
Brian & Shelly Patterson of Ennis, TX

"Dear Moore Family,

Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I thank Stuart for his service to our country and I thank you for the sacrifice you've made as his family. God bless you all.

With love,"
Emily Banks of Livingston, Texas

"May God be with you always. Stuart will always be remembered by all of us."
Jim Watkins of Livingston, Texas. U.S.A.

"Pam and Dennis, Our hearts go out to you and your family in the loss of Stuart. May you find comfort in the knowledge that your son gave all he had to give in the service of his country. He will be forever remembered as a hero.
Please know you are always in our prayers."
Jewel & Dino Momayezi of Livingston, Texas

"The only gift is a portion of thyself. - Ralph Waldo Emerson
Stuart gave the ultimate gift with his life so that this world might be a better place. As did Jesus give his life for our sins. Dear Moore family, may the warmth of Jesus' arms envelope you in this time of sorrow and may the memory of your beloved Stuart bring comfort to your hearts. You are in my thoughts and prayers."
Cecilee Watkins Reeves of Livingston, TX

"Dear Pam, Dennis & Tiffany,
Having worked in the church nursery so many years, I can remember that darling
little Stuart being in there. My heart
has ached for you all, and I have shed
tears over your loss. Please know that our church family is here for you, and will do anything we can to help you all through this difficult time. Looking at Chance during the memorial service, I think he looks alot like Stuart did at that age. Please know how much we all
appreciate your fallen hero, as well as
all our troops serving in the military.
With love,"
Linda Banks of Livingston, TX

"Dennis and Pam Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Only you can feel the pain of your loss but we will all share in the memories of your son, Stuart. We can not give enough praise to our military that give more than 100 percent. God bless to all."
Larry, Vicki, Michael and Ty Sontag of Livingston, Texas

"I am very proud of Stuart, all others who have lost their lives, and those who are still serving our country. I pray for your comfort and strength at this time and in the future. Just remember that God is always with you and your family. Because of people like Stuart who serve our country we will continue to have freedom."
Barbara Hargraves

"He was a true hero. I will pray for you."
Shirley Musser of Orange, Texas

"May the Lord bless this family with peace and comfort during their time of grief and sorrow. Stuart was a hero to this country and a blessing to his family. He will be missed."
Candace, Cary and Caitlyn Vailes of Livingston, Texas

"Our hearts go out to Dennis & Pam and the entire Moore family as we remember them in our daily prayers."
Joe & Jewel Day

"We ask God to help the Moore family find the peace and comfort they need in this time of sorrow. May His arms hold them tight and give them strength. We ask God also to give a special blessing of protection and grace to all your brother and sister soldiers in Afghanistan, Iraq, and around the globe. May their families welcome them home safe and sound soon and may they have the peace of knowing that we are praying for each one of them serving in the armed forces, as well as for their loved ones back at home."
Renee and Cullen Vailes and family of Livingston, Texas

"Mr. & Mrs. Moore, our prayers are with you as well as Stuart's young wife and baby.
He has made a great sacrifice for us all. We thank him as well as all the military
men and women serving and giving their all for us and others. We thank the veterans
who have served. He was so young, but so brave. These men and women who
have given their all, those serving, and the veterans we give Thanks. They are
the reason we have our freedom and rights today. God Bless all of you."
Ken & Joyce Allum of Livingston, TX.

"Stuart - A light that will always shine in his family's and friends' eyes. Thank you, Stuart, for the ultimate sacrifice. To paraphrase the general who spoke at your funeral, "It is not the preacher who gives us freedom of religion. It is the soldier. It is not the politician who gives us the right to vote. It is the soldier. It is not the campus organizers who give us freedom to assemble. It is the soldier." Thank you Matt, Hunter, and all allied soldiers, for life as we know it. Thank you parents, too, for raising America's fine, brave sons and daughters."
Carol R. Henry of Livingston, TX 77351

"It seems only a few years ago that I had Stuart in my Sunday School Class, 1st graders! It was a pleasure watching him grow and mature through the years to become the brave man that he was. Our family is deeply saddened that Stuart's life was cut so short but we have faith that God will turn this tragedy into something good to work toward His goals. As Americans, we are so grateful for the service and sacrifices of our soldiers."
The Nadolski Family of Livingston, TX 773531

"I thank God for heros like Stuart."
Farrah Momayezi of Dallas, TX

"Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends." John 15:13

To Stuart and all soldiers - Thank You!"
Kyle Parrish of New Caney, TX

"I thank God for all of the soldiers that sacrifice for my safety and protection. I pray that comfort will be in the hearts of their loved ones; God is in Control even when we don't understand it all."
Jeanne Freitag of Livingston , Texas USA

"It was great to personally know this young man and what he did for this nation. He was truly a HERO to us all! God bless the Moore family."
Monique Harrison of Livingston, Texas

"Stuart was someone i knew folks a young kid who loved life an well just everything. He went to the prom with my sister an he was a nice guy :( Its said that i heard about him dieing but yet he died doing something he belived in something....for us."
Cliff of Lufkin,TX

"Thank you Stuart Moore, 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

"Well Moore they got you too Huh?? It took them plenty of tries but they finally did it to you..COWARDS..Hey it was nice to serve with you and I hope to see you up there and we'll be up for another fight...Moore Family...Please email me at Goss7@hotmail.com with address ..I would like to visit the site...Assassins Hooah!!!!"
SGT Michael J Goss of Giessen, Germany En Route To Ft Hood,Tx

"Dear Family:

Please visit http://www.cdomusic.com/music_military.htm for songs I wrote to honor those lost in the Iraq War and their loved ones left behind. I can't begin to write here how I feel for you in your loss but my music might help you in those difficult times. It's free on-line to minister to those who have been lost."
Carl Dorsey of Easton, Pa

"To the family and friends of Pfc. Stuart Moore:
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 Stuart 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 Pfc. Stuart Moore:
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 Stuart, 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