March 25, 2004


Our post lost a soldier last week. The memorial for PFC Jason Ludlam was held today, and unfortunately I couldn't get out of work to go. My friend went, and her description of the military roll call was enough to make me cry. I hope PFC Ludlam never doubted that there are people out there who appreciate his service and honor his sacrifice.


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1 Another Texan. God bless him.

Posted by: Mike at March 25, 2004 04:43 PM (cFRpq)

2 Jason's sister Erin works for my company. She informed us of her brother's death earlier this week. Jason's military funeral is Sunday. My wife Judy and I will be there. Words cannot express our feelings for this brave young man who followed in his mom and dad's footsteps (both are retired military). Jason, while a Boy Scout, participated in a Venture group that specialized in 19th century American Military re-enactments. In the words of Jason's father Tom, "He was in the 19th-century Army for a pastime and in the 21st-century Army for a career." My wife and I extend our condolences to the Ludlam family. Jason's sacrifice was the greatest a man can make for his country. We must never forget that or the very good reasons we are in Iraq.

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