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Honoring the Fallen

To the U.S. soldiers who have lost their lives in Iraq since sovereignty was transferred over to the interim Iraqi government

By Patrisia Gonzales and Roberto Rodriguez
Published on LatinoLA: November 12, 2004


Honoring the Fallen


At this time, we honor all U.S. soldiers who have lost their lives in Iraq since sovereignty was transferred over to the interim Iraqi government on June 28, 2004.

ALABAMA: Robert C. Thornton Jr., Justin R. Yoemans

ARIZONA: Andrew C. Ehrlich, Michael J. Halal, Quinn A. Keith, Christopher J. Lapka, Jeffrey D. Lawrence, Justin B. Onwordi, Michael G. Owen, Tyler D. Prewitt, Carson J. Ramsey, Edward T. Reeder, Harry N. Shondee Jr., Carl Thomas, Robert O. Unruh.

ARKANSAS: Ronald W. Baker, Russell L. Collier, Thomas C. Rosenbaum.

CALIFORNIA: Roberto Abad, Nicanor Alvarez, Jeremiah A. Baro, Jeremy D. Bow, Aaron Boyles, Edgar P. Daclan Jr., William R. Emanuel IV, Mark E. Engel, Derek L. Gardner, Victor A. Gonzalez, Guy S. Hagy Jr., Fernando B. Hannon, Armando Hernandez, Jared P. Hubbard, Justin T. Hunt, Morgen N. Jacobs, Edgar E. Lopez, Jesse J. Martinez, Joseph C. McCarthy, Mick R. Nygard-Bekowsky, Harvey E. Parkerson III, Geoffrey Perez, Omead H. Razani, Kenneth L. Sickels, Richard P. Slocum, Charles R. Soltes Jr., Quoc Binh Tran, Joselito O. Villanueva, David L. Waters.

COLORADO: Douglas E. Bascom, Andrew G. Riedel, Henry C. Risner, Dana N. Wilson.

CONNECTICUT: William I. Brennan, Jacob D. Martir-Gutierrez.

FLORIDA: Michael J. Clark, Kenneth Conde Jr., Scott E. Dougherty, Terry Holmes, Richard M. Lord, Paul C. Mardis Jr., Oscar A. Martinez, Pamela G. Osbourne, Brandon R. Sapp, Nicholas Wilt, Ian T. Zook

GEORGIA: Tyler H. Brown, Kelley L. Courtney, Michael P. Scarborough.

GUAM: Jaygee Meluat. H

HAWAII: Jeungjin Na Kim. IDAHO: Christopher J. Reed, Alan Rowe, Brandon T. Titus.

ILLINOIS: Collier E. Barcus, Christopher Belchik, Jessica L. Cawvey, Jonathan W. Collins, Torry D. Harris, Jack T. Hennessy, Charles R. Lamb, Ryan Leduc, Jaime Moreno, Shawna M. Morrison, Charles L. Neeley, Branden P. Ramey, Benjamin K. Smith, Drew M. Uhles, Christopher A. Wagener.

INDIANA: Robert E. Colvill, James D. Faulkner, David M. Heath, Nathan E. Stahl.

IOWA: Nicholas M. Skinne.

KANSAS: Don A. Clary, James Michael Goins, Joseph F. Herndon II, Dustin W. Peters, Clinton Wisdom.

KENTUCKY: Stephen P. Downing II, Sean M. Langley, Tatjana Reed, Joshua K. Titcomb.

LOUISIANA: David P. Burridge, Torey J. Dantzler, Robert L. DuSang, Charles C. Persing, Joseph C. Thibodeaux, Larry L. Wells.

MARYLAND: Patrick R. Adle, Raymond J. Faulstich Jr., Maurice Keith Fortune, James L. Pettaway Jr., Rick A. Ulbright.

MASSACHUSETTS: Alexander S. Arredondo, Darren J. Cunningham, Elia P. Fontecchio, Brian Oliveira, John J. Vangyzen IV.

MICHIGAN: Mark A. Barbret, Nicholas H. Blodgett, Donald N. Davis, Craig S. Frank, David A. Hartman, Donald R. McCune.

MINNESOTA: David A. Cedergrene, Demetrius L. Rice.

MISSISSIPPI: Joshua I. Bunch, Matthew R. Stovall.

MISSOURI: Christopher B. Johnson, Trevor Spink.

MONTANA: Aaron N. Holleyman, Dallas L. Kerns, Dean P. Pratt.

NEBRASKA: Jeremy J. Fischer, Eric L. Knott, Linda Ann Tarango-Griess.

NEVADA: John Lukac, William I. Salazar.

NEW HAMPSHIRE: Alan J. Burgess, Jeremy F. Regnier.

NEW JERSEY: Yoe M. Aneiros, Anthony J. Dixon, Bryan L. Freeman, Alan D. Sherman, Vincent M. Sullivan, Michael Yury Tarlavsk.

NEW MEXICO: Tommy L. Gray, Christopher A. Merville, Moses D. Rocha.

NEW YORK: Segun Frederick Akintade, Steven E. Auchman, Brian K. Baker, Kevin A. Cuming, Jeffrey Lam, Shawn A. Lane, Matthew D. Lynch, Ramon Mateo, Luis A. Perez, James E. Prevete, Brian K. Schramm, Michael A. Uvanni, Michael S. Weger, Ronald Winchester, James G. West.

NORTH CAROLINA: Bradley S. Beard, Mike A. Dennie, Christopher S. Ebert, David S. Greene, Gregory C. Howman, Michael S. Voss.

NORTH DAKOTA: Lance J. Koenig, Anthony W. Monroe, Cody L. Wentz.

OHIO: Michael C. Barkey, Elvis Bourdon, Samuel R. Bowen, Dustin R. Fitzgerald, Joseph M. Garmback Jr., Todd J. Godwin, Devin J. Grella, Omer T. Hawkins II, Ryan A. Martin, Richard L. Morgan Jr., Allen Nolan, Dennis L. Pintor, Daniel Michael Shepherd, Jason L. Sparks, Charles J. Webb, Charles L. Wilkins III.

OKLAHOMA: John J. Boria, Nathaniel T. Hammond, Joseph L. Nice, Sonny G. Sampler, Nachez Washalanta, Lamont N. Wilson.

OREGON: James B. Huston Jr., Benjamin W. Isenberg, David W. Johnson, Bryan P. Kelly, Ken W. Leisten, David J. Weisenburg.

PENNSYLVANIA: Brandon E. Adams, Andrew W. Brown, Gregory A. Cox, Shawn M. Davies, Joshua J. Henry, Barton R. Humlhanz, Rodney A. Jones, Dale T. Lloyd, Nicholas B. Morrison, Clifford L. Moxley Jr., Mark P. Phelan, Aaron J. Rusin, Neil A. Santoriello, John H. Todd III, Nicholas J. Zangara.

PUERTO RICO: Carlos M. Camacho-Rivera, Michael A. Martinez, Gary A. Vaillant.

RHODE ISLAND: Christopher S. Potts.

SOUTH CAROLINA: Carl L. Anderson Jr., Travis A. Fox, Jonathan E. Gadsden, Jerome Lemon, Rodricka A. Youmans.

TENNESSEE: Steven C. T. Cates, Timothy R. Creager, David L. Potter, James W. Price, Brandon M. Read, Marco D. Ross, Andrew K. Stern.

TEXAS: Nickalous N. Aldrich, Eric L. Allton, Michael Battles Sr., Dominic C. Brown, Juan Calderon Jr., Lauro G. DeLeon Jr., Chad H. Drake, Timothy Folmar, Tomas Garces, Foster L. Harrington, Adam J. Harris, Andrew R. Houghton, Seth Huston, Jacob R. Lugo, Ryan M. McCauley, Nicholas Perez, Jason T. Poindexter, Mathew D. Puckett, Brian D. Smith, Michael S. Torres, Josiah H. Vandertulip, Mark A. Zapata, Thomas J. Zapp.

UTAH: Michael J. Allred, Cesar F. Machado-Olmos.

VIRGINIA: Clarence Adams III, Alexander E. Fairfax, John R. Howard, Tavon L. Hubbard, Krisna Nacham-Passak, Timothy E. Price.

WASHINGTON: Michael L. Burbank, Jason Cook, Jacob H. Demand, Kane M. Funke, Caleb J. Powers, Gregory A. Ratzlaff, Yadir G. Reynoso, David G. Ries, Steven A. Rintamaki, Jonathan J. Santos, Jeremiah W. Schmunk.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Kevin M. Shea.

WEST VIRGINIA: John T. Byrd II, Danny B. Daniels II, DeForest L. Talbert.

WISCONSIN: Andrew Halverson, Stephen G. Martin, Shane K. O'Donnell, Adrian V. Soltau, Robert P. Warns II, Daniel R. Wyatt.

* We also honor all those that have lost their lives in this needless war, including the estimated 100,000 Iraqi civilians. The names of those who have lost their lives during the siege of Fallujah are not yet completely available. List is from 11/11/2004.






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