Operation Iraqi Freedom, Fallen Heroes, Iraq War 03/19/03

Craig S Ivory

Port Matilda, Pennsylvania

August 17, 2003

Age Military Rank Unit/Location
26 Army Spc

501st Forward Support Company, 173rd Airborne Brigade, Southern European Task Force

Vicenza, Italy

Homberg University Hospital, Germany.  Ivory was medically evacuated from Kuwait on Aug. 12.  Ivory died of a non-combat related cause on Aug. 17.
Craig S. Ivory lettered in football and track and field in high school and played in his school's bands. He graduated in 1996 from State College Area High School, where he played football, wrestled, and ran track and field. He joined the Army in January 1997 and found his niche as a medic, and re-enlisted twice.

He loved to ride bulls while stationed at Ft Bliss Texas. 

"We all knew him as "Doc", he had lots of friends here is Texas and he called it home .   He was a scraper and was proud of being a medic as his father was one before him."

Spc Ivory with Sgt Joshua L. Scott.  Joshua is currently serving in Iraq.

From Shan Smith 11/23/05:

I have been where our fallen heroes have and i was one of the lucky ones to come back home. I had known Spc Craig Ivory for a while and to say I was devastated to lose such a close friend is the understatement of the year. He was a great friend and a great brother in my extended family. Doc I miss you so much and would give anything to have you back with us brother

From Patricia Scott 11/22/05:

I just want to say thank you to those who serve. I am an Army spouse. And I know the sacrifice that these solders have made for this country. I pray for the ones still in harms way and thank the ones that have fallen or have made it home safely. My prayers are with your families. God Bless each and every one of our Solders that serve this nation.

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