OHIO PATRIOT GUARD ................................................................

LETTERS OF APPRECIATION

Your personal heartfelt thanks in the form of a card and/or letter is so very appreciated by us. Please know it was an honor for the Ohio Patriot Guard Riders to serve you and your loved one during this time.

____________________________________________________page 13___________________________________________________________

l 1 l 2 l 3 l 4 l 5 l 6 l 7 l 8 l 9 l 10 l 11 l 12 l 13 l 14 l 15 l 16 l 17 l 18 l 19 l 20 l 21 l 22 l 23 l 24 l 25 l 26 l 27 l 28 l 29 l 30 l 31 l 32 l 33 l 34 l 35 l
l
36 l 37 l 38 l 39 l 40 l 41 l 42 l 43 l 44 l 45 l 46 l 47 l 48 l 49 l 50 l 51 l 52 l 53 l 54 l 55 l 56 l 57 l 58 l 59 l 60 l 61 l 62 l 63 l 64 l 65 l 66 l 67 l 68 l
l 69 l 70 l 71 l 72 l 73 l 74 l 75 l 76 l 77 l 78 l 79 l 80 l 81 l 82 l 83 l 84 l 85 l 86 l 87 l 88 l 89 l 90 l 91 l 92 l 93 l 94 l 95 l 96 l 97 l 98 l 99 l 100 l 101 l

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________



08/15/07

Thank you for the support shown to our family after the loss of our loved one Keith Allen Kline killed in Iraq on July 5, 2007. The escort to  and from the airport to receive his remains and your presence during the funeral. Everything that you did was greatly appreciated.Even though we didn't have a problem with protestors (they had the wrong state on their website,) they were looking for Oak Harbor, Michigan; we were in Ohio.

We were glad to have you with us! The work you do is wonderful and means alot to a great many people!

Thank You again.

The family of Keith Allen Kline





 

08/22/06

Having attended JP's visitation on Sunday and his funeral yesterday, I wanted to say thank you.  Your people made all the difference!  Seeing you at both the visitation and funeral gave me an overwhelming sense of patriotism and pride.  I consider myself a patriotic person, but you really made me so proud to be an American.

I have a son serving with the 10th MTN. DIV. in Afghanistan (he knew JP) and a son-in-law serving with the 519th MP BN in Iraq.  God forbid, should anything happen to either one of them, you would be one of my first contacts.  I just cannot explain how moved I was by your presence.  You exhibited what makes this country great.  It gave me a great feeling of comfort and pride to know you were there.

Again, thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Sheila H. Smith
Kettering, Ohio


 
l Privacy l Contact l .................................................................. Copyright Ohio Patriot Guard. USA. All Rights Reserved.............................................Design by: Gabriel Web Designs.