To honor the life of each fallen firefighter, law enforcement officer and military servicemen/women as well as working with each family to create a celebration of life for their Hero. We will create a memorial page on A Hero's Tribute.Org which will include their most precious photos and memories. It is of the utmost importance that we show these families that our country has not and will not ever forget their sacrifice.
To Our Fallen Heroes Families:
Our hearts, prayers and deepest sympathy's go out to your family. It's not just your fallen hero that served and sacrificed for the freedoms of us all.
"Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty." by John F. Kennedy
When they began their careers – way back in 1975 – little did either of the co-founders of Frontier Creations, Inc (parent company of Puppetsinc.com envision the winding path that would lead them to a close relationship with A Hero’sTribute.Org.
Rob and Dave have always supported the military and never pass up the opportunity to express gratitude for the unselfish service offered up on their behalf; service offered both by unknown members of the United States Armed Forces as well as by members of their own families.
Since I began A Hero's Tribute in 2004 I had no clue where it would go. I have learned that everyone grieves differently. I understand now why it is so hard for our military heroes to live with the loss of their comrades and why they allow themselves to grieve on Memorial Day.
Families Mourn 15 Marines, 1 Navy Sailor Killed in Plane Crash
The 15 Marines and one sailor who were killed in the crash of a KC-130T this week, from left to right. First row: Maj. Caine M. Goyette; Capt. Sean E. Elliott; Gunnery Sgt. Mark A. Hopkins; Gunnery Sgt. Brendan C. Johnson. Second row: Staff Sgt. Joshua Snowden; Sgt. Owen J. Lennon; Sgt. Julian M. Kevianne; Cpl. Daniel I. Baldassare. Third row: Cpl. Collin J. Schaaff; Staff Sgt. William Kundrat; Staff Sgt. Robert H. Cox; Sgt. Talon R. Leach. Fourth row: Sgt. Chad E. Jenson; Sgt. Joseph J. Murray; Sgt. Dietrich A. Schmieman; Petty Officer Second Class Ryan Lohrey. Credit United States Marine Corps
Our thought's and prayers go out to their families and comrades.
We are so excited to introduce you to our
new corporate sponsor Dave Sanders and all the gang at Puppets Inc. for donating the AWESOME Puppets we are going to use for our Operation Prayer Pals!
This has been a dream of mine for a very long time and it would not be possible without the generosity of puppetsinc.com
They will be building our puppet stages and be our
OPERATION PRAYER PALS MISSON
To recruit kids as Prayer Pals & Prayer Warriors
To teach them the Power of Prayer
They will learn the meaning of their American Flag & that they CANPledge Allegiance to it and that it is ONE NATION UNDER GOD
They will learn the SACRIFICE that has been paid for OUR FLAG and why it is so SACRED
Their MISSION will be to pray for:
Our Country's Military, Firefighters and Police Officers and their Families who serve to protect us everyday.
Our Country's Veterans and those that were physically wounded, who suffer from PTSD and those Veterans that are Homeless.
And especially for Families that have FALLEN HEROES
We created a family memorial website to help raise funds for A Hero's Tribute. All net proceeds go to help with memorials and with Operation Prayer Pals. Please take a moment to visit and we'd love to help you celebrate your loved one's life.
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