Thursday, July 16, 2009

For 911 Firefighters & POWs

I just order a firefighters Memorial Bracelet, in honor of 911 fire fighters who lost there lives in the line of duty.  My husband just retired from the fire department after 30 years of service.

I had bought a P.O.W. bracelet back in the early 80 's.  Just gave it to my son.  So I just bought another one for myself.  Plenty of my friend's kids are in the service now. 

Thank You
And May God Bless Each And Everyone.

Cypress, Tx

Monday, July 13, 2009

For SGT Ronald Coffelt

I work for Weather's Moving and Storage in Fayetteville NC. I'm employed as a packer.  SGT Ronald Coffelt's family was the first family I packed who's loved one was KIA.  I really didn't want to be the one to pack the family, being a widow myself I know leaving the last home you lived in together can be difficult to say the least, but I did go out to pack the family and I'm so glad I did.

We cried, we laughed, we hugged.  I got to know Sgt Ronald Coffelt.  The solider, the father, the husband.   A man who died for our freedom.  This is a move I will never forget.  I bought the Memorial Bracelet to remember the fact that I had the honor to help and meet Sgt Ronald Coffelt's family.

St Paul, NC

Saturday, July 04, 2009

For Vietnam POW Maj James A Magnusson Jr

I was in the USAF from 1982 - 1990, and was first given this POW Bracelet by my brother who is a retired Chief Master Sergant.  I wore it for many years and it actually worn out and broke.  I was very happy to be able to get the bracelet for the same vetran that I have worn for years.  God bless our men and women that are in the armed forces, and may they be safe and come home soon................WERE PROUD OF YOU!!!!!!!!!!!