Sheryl Brown: My dear nephew
[composite from the comments of Sheryl Brown ~critt]
My dear nephew, Tracy Laramore perished in an accident on March 17. I would like to hear from anyone that knew Spc. Laramore ("Outlaws"). We are constructing a memory book for his daughter and his final days in Iraq are very important to the book. God Bless and Keep You Soldiers Safe. Please complete the mission and return home to your loved ones. Any information or photos would be sincerely appreciated.
I sincerely thank you for the kind words that you said about my family member Tracy Laramore and his comrade Clint Mathews. We loved Tracy dealy and miss him very much. We understand the mission and hope that the soldiers that he served with know that we send our support and love to them. The mission must be completed so that the lives of the fine soldiers of our US military are not in vain. Charge on! We ask God to bless each and every one of you and to wrap his arms around your families until you are home to do so yourself. If you are ever at Ft Hood, look us up.
I thank the brave soldiers that befriended my nephew, Spc. Tracy Laramore.Know that he chose to go to Iraq with you because he felt like he belonged with you..as family, comrade, and friend. We miss him terribly and mourn our loss, but in his spirit, we support you and your mission. May God Bless You all and bring you home to your families soon. May the all important mission be accomplished and may Tracy and the others be proud to see a job well done. We thank you for meaning so much to Tracy Laramore. Take care.
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Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of your brave nephew. The war has been hitting ever closer to us all as of late. I did not know Spc. Lamore but I love each of these soldiers as my own. I hoe that you are able to find some sort of peace and acceptance with his passing. God bless you, your family, all our soldiers and their loved ones back home.
Army Mom of Spc. Adam B. Powers Fob Summerall
Posted by: Pam | Jul 17, 2004 3:15:42 PM
My condolences to you for your loss. I recognized Tracy's name from a letter my son wrote to me. My son is in Tikrit with Bravo Company, 1-18. In it he mentioned Tracy painted "Warhammer 40k" models. He was upset over the accident.
Although he didn't say more in his letter, I am sure it was very comforting for him to have had a friend there that reminded him of being home playing at the "Game Studio".
Know that your nephew was there to do good.
Posted by: Steve Nash | Jul 30, 2004 4:35:07 PM
MY SON WAS WITH TRACY PLEASE EMAIL
Posted by: R. E. MIDDLEBROOK | Jan 14, 2005 12:50:28 AM
I am Tracy Laramore's mother,Fay West,please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by: Fay West | Apr 28, 2005 6:24:40 PM
hi, my name is Kayla Laramore and i am Tracys daughter. Heloved me so much and he loved his family sooooooooo much. I am so lucky to have a great dad like him. He was a great dad ,friend fiance, and ,soldier. I am so proud of him and i hope that everyone else that knew him is also. I really hope that everyone will write on every site that people have made in honor of him. I would also like to thank My Aunt Pete (Sheryl), she is a great person and i am so lucky to be in her family and to be her LOVELY niece.LOL
Thanks For Everything!!!
HELLO AUNT PETE!!!
Posted by: kAyLa LaRaMoRe | May 9, 2005 2:29:36 PM
To the Laramore family
i was in Tracy`s platoon in iraq i was 1st squad leader. we arrived in germany around the same time along with the two other soldiers that were killed and wounded in that accident. i just want you to know you have are deepest sympathies and our love. a peice of us died that day with them. but we will never forget who they were and the ultimate sacrifice that they made. i think about that terrible day all the time for i am the one who found them and pulled them from the bradley. but i know they are somewhere better and are watching over your families. they were brave and good soldiers and did what was asked of them. most people will never understand but those who were there and the families of those who gave evrything. so once again my deepest sympathies. take care. from an "OUTLAW"
Posted by: kane michael | May 24, 2005 11:01:30 AM
hi my name is kayla rourke. i am tracys daughter. he is one of the greatest guyz that anyone has ever met and i am so lucky to be his daughter. i know that i have written bad things on the websites for my dad and i am so terribly sorry. i am just so sad that i wont have my dad to walk me down the aisle at my wedding or not have a dad to be there on my first date sitting in a chair with a gun in his hand pretending that he is polishing it but really he is just trying to scare him so that he doesnt make the wrong move. my dad had alwayz told me that is wat he was gonna do. i just really miss him and i just wish that its all a dream but its not. i donno why i did it but i did and i am sorry.
Posted by: kayla rourke | Oct 14, 2005 3:15:37 PM
This comment is meant for Kayla and the rest of Tracy's Family. Tracy was a very dear friend of mine. I was in Aco 1-26 in Germany with Tracy. He was always there for me no matter what my problem was. He has saved me more than once. Also Kayla so you know your Dad always talked about you. We all that knew him felt like we all knew you. Kayla, your Dad was very proud of you and you should know that HE WAS A GREAT MAN AND WILL BE IN MY HEART FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE. If anybody from Tracy's family wish to get a hold of me to talk about Tracy contact me on my e-mail (email@example.com)
Posted by: Jerry Nixon | Mar 28, 2008 5:34:30 PM