Memorial Page Established By Daniel B. Allen
In Honor Of SSG  Nekl B.Allen
We all love you.

August 7, 2011
Cuz you are missed, and every chance I get I bring up your name and what ya did cuz Im so
proud of ya. Ill never be forgotten and I love ya cuzz-o

October 25, 2009
Thomas and Claudia Martin:
You touched our hearts on so many ways, we will never forget you. We will cherish these
memories and keep them close to our heart. You never will be forgotten

October 05, 2009
Ron and Raquel Cox
This is from Daniel Cox's Aunt and Uncle.  Nikl, please know that our family is proud of your
bravey and selfless act of courage. You gave your life protecting our freedoms and fighting for
what you believed in.  Nikl and Daniel shared a bond of brotherhood, they lived together,
fought together and ultimately died together fighting for each of us.  

Nikl, please know that you were loved by many, appreciated by more and today you are
honored by all.

Thank you for your sacrifice, may you rest if peace knowing that in your life on earth you did
have a positive impact on those you touched and will forever be remembered as a hero to all
of us.

Like Daniel, "You Have Climbed to Glory".

Sept 28, 2009
Jennifer Merz
From the sister of Corporal Daniel Cox - Nikl was killed in the same attack as my little
brother.  Both men are now hero's to not only our families but also our country.  
To the family of Nikl Allen - May you find comfort and peace in knowing that those who have
given their lives for their country are never forgotten.  They will live on forever in the hearts of
all who cherish freedom.  

Sept 25, 2009
Rana Allen
You will never be forgotten.  I always took the good with the bad and loved you through it all.  
You are loved and remembered always.  Your little sis Rana

Sept 23, 2009
Edward Allen
As long as we remember him he will never really be gone
Staff Sgt. Nekl B. Allen
United States Army
KIA 12 September 2009
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29, of Rochester N.Y.; assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade
Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry), Fort Drum, N.Y.; died Sept. 12 in Wardak
province, Afghanistan, of injuries sustained when enemy forces attacked his vehicle with an
improvised-explosive device and small arms fire. Also killed was Spc. Daniel L. Cox.