|Lance Cpl. Brent E. Beeler
United States Marine Corps
KIA 07 December, 2006 Iraq
Veterans Day 2014
Brent Beeler, my loving brother
It has been almost 8 years since you left us. It feels like it was yesterday. I still feel you
with me, watching me and protecting me like you always have. You are an amazing
brother. Part of me died when you did. Life will never be the same. I hope you are proud
of me. I hope you will help protect your new little nephew who we named in honor of
you. Know that Brennon will always no about his uncle Brent. Chad and I both love you
and think of you every day. I am proud to call you my brother. You are an American
hero. I love you brother.. Forever and always
In Honor Of LCPL Brent E. Beeler
Brent was my only son. I thank all who have made
website's like this. He loved being a Marine. I was always proud of him,
he was a good kid (man). He was only 22 and had only been a Marine for
1 yr. He was on his first deployment for only 2 months. His Dad,
Sister and I would like to thank this country for not forgetting. Your
outpouring of love and support helps so much. I know Brent would be proud
of all the support helping his family through this.
Thanks to all
Proud Marine Mom
April 17, 2012
Thank you Brent. It is so inadequate, but I mean it with my whole heart. It's been 5 and a
half years, and hurts like I just heard it today. You are not forgotten, you will never be
forgotten. You are my hero, and an amazing inspiration to all that believe in freedom
and liberty, and fighting to protect those they love. I pray that one day, we will meet
again. God Bless you, Your family, and America.
March 14, 2012
Miss you man. We shall meet again my brother.
December 14, 2009
Brent "Bayou" Beeler,
I Think about you a lot, your family has made such a big impact on my Life after
standing by then at Cpl. Nealeys Funeral. I never met you in Life but, I carry with me the
Love, Devotion and Dedication they Showed to a Fellow Fallen Marine.
We talked about your life and the Marines. Brent I will always Remember you.
Jan 25, 2008
SFC Rod Brewer
Christmas in Arlington... Rest easy, sleep well my
brother. Know the line has held, your job is done. Rest easy, sleep well.
Others have taken up where you fell, the line has held. Peace, peace,