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13/365 – Honoring – Sgt. William Stacey

February 12, 2012

“My death did not change the world…there is a greater meaning to it,” he writes. And obviously he has seen a lot of kids during his time in the Marines, because he then says: “there will be a child who will live.”

He wrote because of the sacrifice he made, “this child will learn in the new schools that have been built. He will walk his streets not worried … He will grow into a fine man. He will have the gift of freedom … “

We honor you here today William and will remember you always. Thank you for your service and the ultimate sacrifice. We pray to one day honor that child who changed the world, and will do our  best to make sure that he knows who was responsible for the gift of freedom that he/she used so well. Rest In Peace gentle warrior.

Fallen Marine's Letter.

Other stories about William written by someone who served with him.

3 Comments leave one →
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  2. February 13, 2012 8:59 am

    May we never, never, ever forget … the sacrifices of those who have fought and also of those left behind.

  3. February 12, 2012 6:01 pm

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