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My heart goes out to all over you, I am an army wife who is married to someone that has PTSD.
It is very hard when the military won’t help I should. I am walking in those shoes with no help and a sick husband. I so sorry for your loss and hope that this group helps all the families that are suffering from this silent killer,
I am so glad to have a place to check out and see such a huge support.
Thank you for your story.
Oct 28, 2008
Well I just never got to say that I’m glad that I served in Iraq with you more than anyone. You knew that I was new to the whole deployment thing and you took me under your wing and became the best of friends that I had ever had in my Life! You were more than a friend, you became by brother. I love you and miss you dearly!
Sgt. Tim Clark
August 1, 2008
Our hearts, of course, go out to you.
We will be making a donation to your foundation. What a wonderful tribute to Chad.
Carl and Jeane Oligschlaeger
Oct 20, 2008
Hi Family of Chad,
I recently ran the Rattan Creek Trail and discovered your Memorial to Chad. It is beautiful spot. I found the website with Chad’s story…how terrible for him, and for you all. I am so sorry for your loss, Chad looked like a stand up kinda guy.
Adorable photos too, he was handsome and had a twinkle in his eye. It is clear he came from a loving and caring family, and the world was robbed of a good man.
All my best, especially during the Christmas Season, and thank you for the gift of sharing the story of Chad.
December 16, 2010