Honor your hero with thoughts, memories, images and stories.
Holly loved the children in Iraq. She asked me to send candy all of the time so that she could give it to the children.
Holly was always smiling, had a great sense of humor and loved to have fun. I don't know for sure but it sure looks like she is having fun to me in this picture. A little of her sense of humor is showing through.
Holly will always be my hero. I don't know where she got her courage and bravery from but she sure had a lot of both. I remember telling her during our first phone conversation when she was in Iraq. If I were her I would be lying in the middle of the desert crying "I want My Mom". She laughed at me. I was serious. She was not afraid at all. She was so very proud to serve our Country and I am so very proud of her. Holly gave the best hugs ever. Nothing like a hug from a Soldier.
Holly was a dear friend to me. I believe she still is in spirit. I often feel her around me. Holly had a laugh that would make anyone smile. She was very carring, sweet and loving. I miss her so much! I'm so proud of her.
May God strengthen you each day and open many doors of opportunity to tell the world of your dear Holly!
You are continually in my prayers.
Paula Another year has gone by and I pray again this year that your life and family will be filled with God's supernatural healing and strength each day! May your memories be filled with her joy in her life she lived and the service she rendered! God bless You and Yours! Sam Cottle