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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.

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Words cannot express my gratitude for your leadership in bringing the Patriot Guard Riders to honor my son, Cpl Aaron Miller, USMC on Saturday, 3/22/08, in Wilmington, Ohio. It was the most professional display of patriotism conducted by a civilian group I've seen in these parts for some time. What's more, you're all vets! That made it really special for my son, although he obviously was overwhelmed with the event and was having a hard time coping with it all.

There was no way that I could have conducted a reception for Aaron that would have meant as much to him as you have done with your riders. We were honored with your presence, blessed by your words, and encouraged by your patriotism and selfless dedication to a cause that asks for nothing in return. I feel honored to live in a country that has produced such stellar examples as you have displayed for us today. God bless you all and God bless these United States.


Craig T. Miller,

Proud Father of Cpl Aaron Miller



This is Clp. David Armstrongs parents. We sincerly want to thank each and everyone of you that attended David's service's. It was bitter cold out there that day. We can't say enough about what you do for the family's of fallen soliders. Everyone we talked to was so impressed by you standing there with your flags. I'm so glad that my brother went out to shake your hands. We started a memorial for David at the Zanesville Police Dept. K-9 division for his love of dogs. That's what he wanted to do when he got out of the service. David got to work with a dog in Iraq who rode with him in his humvee. His Cpl. Keil said the dog loved David and David loved the dog. His name is lasso. His Clp. said the dog would have his nose in David's ear when he was driving and David would be petting the dog. His Clp. said Armstrong keep you hands on the wheel and stop petting that dog.

They came up to some speed bumps and his Cpl. didn't know what David was doing when he grabed the radio to talk to the lead humvee and said, hey can you slow down a little bit you gotta take it easy on the dog. We think it would be wonderful if they could get a dog and name him Dave. They would also have the police car saying in memory of Cpl. David Armstrong. If anyone wished to donate please send it to Zanesville City Police Dept. K-9 division. 332 S. St. Zanesville, Ohio 43701

Feel free to pass this along to everyone. We thank you all for you condolence letters. You are making a difference in the lives of the familys who have lost a loved one. We are so proud of him and want to keep his memory alive.

Thank you again.
Dave and Marcie Armstrong

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