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September 24, 2006


Kat in Ga: A Soldiers' Angel

"He has become my teacher and friend. I hope you learn from him, as I have, about the heart of a father. His heart reflects God's heart, his grief reflect's God's grief."

My husband and I couldn't agree more, Sir. The entire Stokely family is a shining example of faith, strength and perseverance thru hard times that we have ever had the privilege to know.


Thank you, Proud Dad, for your precious son's service to this great country. Thank you, CB, for posting this. May we always remember...

robert stokely

You are generous with your words and kindness. While our family grieves for what we have lost, we also celebrate the life lived well and fully, and one with accomplished purpose. It is not the end for us, but the beginning of a journey where we will be re-united in heaven.

proud dad SGT Mike Stokely
KIA 16 Aug 05 Yusufiyah


What an honorable note from a father about his son. What is more honorable than giving ones life for his friends. I am sure that if our Great Country new SGT Mike Stokely personally the majority would be his friends. Your son pasted with all the honors that could possibly be bestowed on him from the Heavenly Father, the Military, this Great Country and his Family. God Bless Him and all the the Freedom Fighters of USA.


Thank you for sharing Robert. I wish our country heard more of these soldier stories from media. Thank you for the great sacrifices you and your family have made for our countries freedom. My prayer for your family is God rain peace on your grief and know that we all will be togather again in heaven. God Bless You!

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