Angel Day Tribute Initiative

Angel Day Tribute Initiative

Visit this website or the Angel Day Tribute Facebook page daily to remember our fallen heroes since 9/11. All branches of the the United States military are represented. Our heroes' names appear on this page on the day they died.

We welcome and encourage sharing a picture of your friend or loved one or any special recollections of them. Please visit the Facebook page to add photos comments; click here.

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Our Fallen Heroes
Angel Day: October 18
(listed alphabetically by last name)

2003

1st Lieutenant David R. Bernstein
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania - Age 24 - U.S. Army: OIF

Private 1st Class John D. Hart
Bedford, Massachusetts - Age 20 - U.S. Army: OIF

2004

Specialist Andrew C. Ehrlich
Mesa, Arizona - Age 21 - U.S. Army: OIF

2005

Corporal Lucas A. Frantz
Tonganoxie, Kansas - Age 22 - U.S. Army: OIF

2006

Staff Sergeant Patrick O. Barlow
Greensboro, North Carolina - Age 42 - U.S. Army: OIF

Sergeant 1st Class Daniel A. Brozovich
Greenville, Pennsylvania - Age 42 - U.S. Army National Guard: OIF

Staff Sergeant Jesus M. Montalvo
Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico - Age 46 - U.S. Army: OIF

Corporal Jose R. Perez
Ontario, California - Age 21 - U.S. Army: OIF

2007

Staff Sergeant Jarred S. Fontenot
Fontenot, Louisiana - Age 35 - U.S. Army: OIF

Specialist Wayne M. Geiger
Lone Pine, California - Age 23 - U.S. Army: OIF

2009

Private 1st Class Daniel J. Rivera
Rochester, New York - Age 22 - U.S. Army: OIF

2012

Private 1st Class Shane G. Wilson
Kuna, Idaho - Age 20 - U.S. Army: OEF

2013

Sergeant Lyle D. Turnbull
Norfolk, Virginia - Age 31 - U. S. Army: OEF

About the Initiative

The thought of brave men and women giving their lives on behalf of our country brings many images to mind. The battlefield cross. A flag-draped casket. Family members, friends, and brothers and sisters in arms weeping at the loss of a loved one. But from tragedy comes hope, and determination—especially the determination that the sacrifices of these brave men and women will never be forgotten.

With that in mind, we have launched the "Angel Day Tribute" initiative. It's a way to honor our service members who made the ultimate sacrifice by remembering them each year on their Angel Day. It's also a way to recognize their family members, and to help create additional ways for those family members and comrades and friends of the fallen to connect and share with one another.

These men and women and their families have given so much on our behalf. Please join us in honoring and keeping alive the memories of these American heroes.

 

Angel Day Tribute is an initiative of MarineParents.com, Inc. and includes all branches of the United States Military.

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