To The Men & Women Who Have Served And Paid The Ultimate Price For Freedom - You Will Never Be Forgotten
PFC. Austin Staggs
"I am so very proud of Austin for fighting for our freedom and his time spent protecting us. I love sharing Austins stories with Kallen his 5 year old son. Austin's goal was to come back to Texas so he would be close to Kallen and work within the police department with a specialized unit. I am a proud mother of My True American Soldier and I cherish all of Austins 19 years; his childhood memories are the most important to me .
Clayton Ross Beauchamp
Clayton Ross Beauchamp, aka Clay was born January 16, 1991 in Weatherford, Texas to Diana and Jack. Clay had an older brother, Tim and younger sister, Cheyenne and numerous cousins that he grew up playing with during his childhood days. They were all very close in age and loved hanging out together. He was always the fun loving kind of kid all through his childhood.
Curtis "Moose" Oakes
SSG Curtis "Moose" Oakes was a Fister, Fire Support Specialist assigned to 1st Squadron, 61st Cavalry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, KY. Curtis enlisted in the Army in 2003, after graduating from Hocking College with Associates degrees both in Wildlife Management and Aquaculture.
Jeffery Lee Hartley
Our family, like so many these days, was a blended family…sorta. My ex-husband and I had 5 children. He had a daughter, Lisa, and two sons, Jeffery and David, from a previous marriage whom I adopted and I had a son, Jeremy, from a previous marriage whom he adopted and we had a daughter, Kaylie, together.
PFC. Joe Christopher Robinson
Joe was born July 22, 1990 in Bedford, Texas, at North East Community Hospital. Joe was the eldest child of three boys. He graduated in Mineral Wells, Texas. He came home one day and said, "Mom I'm joining the army. Will you sign for me to join?" We talked about it and that's what he wanted to do. Joe was constantly traveling which was what he'd always wanted to do...