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

Jamie A Gray

Monpelier, Vermont

June 7, 2004

Age Military Rank Unit/Location
29 Army Sgt

Army National Guard’s  Headquarters, Headquarters Battery, 1st Battalion, 86th Field Artillery

Williston, Vermont

Died in Scania, Iraq, when his -military vehicle hit an improvised explosive device.
From Marion & Steve 10/22/05:

We sadly are now members of an elite group of grieving parents, sisters, brothers, fathers, family of a fallen soldier. A group I wish no one had to be a member of. Bless you webmaster Q, for honoring and remembering our service men and women. The peace of knowing that others care and will remember our soldier/son is so comforting. Our son ,SSG Jamie Gray was eager to serve his country, believed in what he was doing, a staunch supporter of freedom for the Iraqi people and a morale booster to all he served with in Iraq. His speech given to a Company gathering over there days before he was killed will always be remembered. The boys that were killed just one week before he was killed were personal friends and wanted their families to know how much he cared about them. Little did we know that one week later, he would be gone. He will always be our hero, our son and NEVER FORGOTTEN. Our heartfelt thanks to all who died and those still serving. Steve and Marion, East Calais, Vermont.

From Philip Nold-Laurendeau 05/09/09:

I went to high school with Casey Casavant and Jamie Grey. The way I see it, both Casey and Jamie died protecting the innocent people within Afghanistan and Iraq. For that I am thankful for knowing them. They would have done it anyway. Casey, Jamie and all others killed in both Afghanistan and Iraq cannot be honored enough, and I thank them all. I pray for them, the soldiers who currently serve and the families they leave behind.

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