Friday, August 28, 2009

For a 3 Year Old Who Died in the WTC

I am so happy to find this website. I got to meet my Vietnam War POW in person after wearing his POW bracelet for years. He was released from a POW camp. Now my son will have the opportunity to think and remember those who have served and/or lost their lives fighting terrorism. My son will wear a 3 yr olds name who died in the WTC, and I will wear a young man's name who lost his life for his country. Thank you for this opportunity to share my gratitude with others

Friday, August 21, 2009

For Injured Veteran Sgt Cathy A. Mistrot

Our Veteran, Sgt Cathy A. Mistrot, received her Prayer Tag today engraved as follows:

Sgt. Cathy A. Mistrot
"St. Dymphna Strengthen Us."

She is out of ICU and still having medical treatment inpatient. The rehab will be intensive and long but the Drs and rehab staff are starting to talk more about treatment and housing options for the future.

Cathy was so happy when I gave her the tag. She was able to read aloud her rank and name and identified the Airforce Insignia. She also read aloud the one line prayer.

Sgt. Cathy A Mistrot is making a slow but good recovery. She is very happy to have her prayer tag, is wearing it outside her hospital jonny and is very proud when anyone notices it and asks if they may read it.

Thank you so much. You have helped our family and especialy our injured veteran.


Monday, August 17, 2009

For a Friend Lost and Until My Husband Comes Home


Thought I would finally send you our story. My husband lost a friend in OIF and he wears his Memorial Bracelet in memory of Brett. I decided when my husband deployed that I would order an "until they all come home" bracelet to support him. Recently my husband was home on R&R and I realized that this was a perfect picture showing both of us with our bracelets.
Thank you for making a product that helps us support each other and our friends.

SGT David and SPC Nancy

Wednesday, August 05, 2009


I purchased, and have chosen to wear this Memorial Bracelet in rememberance of SFC David J Todd. Although I did not know him, he did in fact touch my life. I am a soldier in the National Guard and I was deployed to Afghanistan from April 2008 to Dec 2008. I acted as a medic while deployed and during this time I, and several others from my platoon were called on to act as pallbearers for two of our fellow soldiers who had been killed earlier that day. One of these soldiers was SFC Todd. I acted as his pallbearer and escorted him onto the aircraft that carried him home. I will always consider it a great honor and privilage to have been able to do that for him and his family. That is why I have chosen to wear this bracelet.


Marla S