|I order the Memorial Bracelets in rememberence of our fallen LCpl Daniel J. Geary who is and always will Be our son and missed more then anyone will every know. KIA 3/20/09.|
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
I ordered and will wear faithfully my Memorial Bracelet for PFC Patrick S. Fitzgibbon for several reasons. I have grown quite attached to his family and extended family and they have included me as a part of their family. I am a Senior Ride Captain with the Patriot Guard Riders so it’s not as if I have not handled KIA missions before as I have handled too many, but for some reason this particular family has grown roots in my heart, I love each and every one of them. I am sure that once the family sees this bracelet there will be more ordered from your business.
Senior Ride Captain
Patriot Guard Riders
Monday, November 09, 2009
|I wear an Active Duty Bracelet to support my son, who is an officer in the United States Army. It is all he has wanted since he was in 6th grade. I am very proud of my son and want everyone to know it.|
I wore a POW Bracelet in the 1960-70's while in high school and after I graduated. In all the moves I made, I misplaced my bracelet, until recently. I was cleaning out a cupboard and went through a box and found my bracelet. I went to the web and found my returned POW, a United States Navy pilot. I am so excited. I live in California and he is in Texas and we are trying to figure out a way to meet each other so I can give him the bracelet I wore. He has written a book and wants to trade.
I encourage everyone to wear a bracelet to honor past or present service people. They are worth it and it means so much to them.
Tuesday, November 03, 2009
My 26th birthday was around the corner and my mother asked me what I wanted. I told her a Memorial Bracelet. It was something I always wanted, but unfortantly couldn't afford on my own. So I thought this was the perfect time to be able to get one. I remember as a child my Mother always wore one and I said when I was bigger, that I would wear one too. When my Mother asked me which one I would like, I picked a young 23 year old army PFC by the name Bowe Bergdahl. He is a POW in AFGHANISTAN. I was very specific on his name. My mother asked me why him and I told her I did research on him and his story broke my heart. And I wanted some one from my "generations war". So now my Mother, who lives in Mass, wears the same one as I do. I live in Jacksonville, NC (there is a big Marine Corps base down here). I have a brother in the Army National Guard. My husband served 4 years in the USMC. We are a military family w/ many friends in different branches. I can't tell you how much my heart goes out to all the familys and to the men and women who serve our country I am so proud to be an american and even prouder to be able to say it freely.
Thanks to all and god bless....