In honor of 2nd Lt. Ellsworth D. Jones, killed in action while piloting a B24 bomber over Ploesti, Romania during World War II. Born and raised in Utica, Kansas and joining the US Army in Colorado.
Nick was a mission qualified MH-47G Crew Chief on a Chinook Helicopter flying over 412 combat flight hours. Nick was the assistant training NCO. “For he loved to fight, fought to win, and would rather die than quit.” NSDQ On October 26th, 2009, Nick did pay the ultimate sacrifice in a helicopt...
Life is not the same without you here. You were the rock that I leaned on and the one who always made me smile. My heart aches knowing your never coming back to me. I miss you each and every day and my love for you will never fade!!! I love you baby!! You are my HERO
On this Memorial Day I learned a little of who you were ..My heart feels the pain and the love that your family has shared with us.. What a Beautiful Tribute Mr.John M. Ellsworth and family .. I will remember and honor your Son tomorrow in my heart and will share his story .. ...
Although I never got to know you, your presence was always a force behind everything Ursula did. Your motivation, dedication, hard work, and integrity showed through the memories our mother, grandparents, uncles, aunts and friends shared about you. I wish I could have known you like they did.
The Full Measure of a Marine's Life
By Bob Derga Gold Star Father
My son gave his life on Mother's Day 2005 while conducting house-to-house searches with his unit. Insurgents opened fire with machine guns from inside the house as Dustin's fire team was opening the door. He was ...
Pfc. Thomas E. FRASER VIETNAM 04/04/70
My Father whom I am so very proud of! You are loved and missed by many.
Murlyn Burnet was a navigator on the B17 named Dear Mom.
His plane was shot down by Oblt Karl Borris on 17 August 1943 on a mission to Regensburg.
The plane crashed at Lummen, Belgium.
From the 10 crewmembers 6 died, 2 were taken prisoner and 2 escaped.
I would like to thank T. Sgt. Louis John Clever for his service to his country during the Vietnam War. I just found out that he is my cousin thru ancestry.com. I am the 1st family member to say thank you for a job well done! RIP cuz
Justin's story is similar to many young Marines. He was an adventurous teenager who enlisted after graduating high school in 2003. A year later he was on the ground in Iraq as a combat engineer, arriving in Fallujah on September 11, 2004. He loved the Marine Corp. and the opportunity to serve hi...
My Grandfather whom i never met because he lost his life fighting for our country. Thank you Paw Paw.
Hoisted the first American flag over Africa when Allied troops landed at Algeria in November, 1942. He died 11 months later in an automobile accident near Arzeu, Algeria.
Charles Ray Frame was born in 1924 in the state of Tennessee. He was the son of William M. and Lillie Mae Frame who moved to Center in the late 1920's to build a bottling plant. He had two brothers, John Bill and Gladney who also served in World War II. Charles graduated from Center High School i...