Letters pt.6

Our Letters to Veterans series is for people who want to send letters to their loved ones who have died in combat. We may not be able to send them physically but we hope this will reach them.

The contents of this page may be graphic. The following are actual letters we have received. 

 

Some names have been crossed out for privacy purposes, but otherwise the content has not been edited or censored in any way. 

 

If you would like to write us a letter, you will find our mailing address and an option to upload your letter Here.

 

If you would like to remain anonymous, you may sign your letter with X’s.

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.

 

 

Nikki McNicol 

Oct 28, 2008

Hey man,

 

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 

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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.

 

Laura Nye 

December 16, 2010

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