In 1942 these brothers, my uncles, went off to war.

Only one came home.

Soldier brothers

Remembering those who have given their lives…

About Sharon Lindbloom

Sharon surrendered her life to the Lord Jesus Christ in 1979. Deeply passionate about Truth, Sharon loves serving as a full-time volunteer research associate with Mormonism Research Ministry. Sharon and her husband live in Minnesota.
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3 Responses to Memorial

  1. Mike R says:


    My dad served in Korea.He was able to come home.
    It’s so important to remember those who served,
    and especially those who gave their lives so
    that we can experience freedom.

  2. falcon says:

    My mother had two cousins who died in WWII. One was awarded the Silver Star and the other the Congressional Medal of Honor. A couple of years ago I went out to the website that gives the accounts of Wisconsin Medal of Honor winners. I was humbled by the story to the point of tears. As I’m writing this I’m watching Band of Brothers (again). I don’t know how these guys did it!

  3. grindael says:

    My Father served in Korea with the Marines. I was all set to join the Marines and got in a motorcycle accident and destroyed my left knee, so I could not. I was sorry about that, we had just pulled out of Vietnam back then.

    My nephew Edward was in the Iraq Invasion in 2002, and his Humvee ran over a mine. The driver, a young woman burned to death in the front seat, Edward could not get out of his seatbelt, and burned. The belt burned through and he got out – he was in a Texas burn unit for almost a year.

    I am very grateful for the sacrifices my family and friends and those who have gone before have made for all of us.

    May God be with all those families.

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