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July 10, 2006

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Kat in GA - a Soldiers' Angel

*hugs* I am so, so sorry to hear of the loss of this fine soldier. My heart cries with yours... all of y'all are in our family's prayers.

Kat
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Melinda

Please know we pray for you & hold all of you in our thoughts as you continue to fight the good fight.

We will pray for all of you in the loss of Kyle as well as for his family.

auntybrat

"In the arms of the Angels, may he find some comfort there"......Soar in the heavens, you fine young man, and know that your deeds, and all your colleagues, will remain in our hearts ALL WAYS and always.....

"Lean on me, when you're not strong, I'll be your friend, I'll help you carry on...."

My prayers are with you all. With much love and gratitude to each of you.

"Unofficial brat to every soldier"

MissBirdlegs in AL

I'm very sorry for the loss of this young man. Will keep y'all and your families close in thoughts and prayers. Please know that we are grateful for the hard work y'all are doing and the risks you take, the sacrifices you make, on our behalf.

chtrbx

Keeping you all in my prayers....

Rev. Cynthia Hopp

I am Kyle Miller's Mother's pastor. He spent his life to age 15 or so here at Bird Island, Mn. Kyle's death has hit this community with great grief and brought us to an even greater gratitude for the courage and selflessness of the American solider. Our prayers go with you and we pray for peace continually. May God bless and keep you all. We are honored by your call to service and are humbled that we can't do as much. In Christ, Pr. Cynthia Hopp

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