Sgt. 1st Class Steven J. Chevalier
United States Army
KIA 09 July 2008
This Memorial Page Established by-SFC Rod Brewer
In Honor Of SFC Steven J. Chevalier
Sergeant First Class Steven J. Chevalier, 35, of Flint,
Michigan. Steve, You Will Never Be Forgotten..
Christmas in Arlington..
Rest easy, sleep well my brother, Steve.
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, and farewell....
July 03, 2011
Donald R. Chevalier
Steven: AS THE ANNIVERSARY OF YOUR DEATH APPROACHES WE WANTED YOU TO
KNOW THAT WE
HOLD THE MEMORIES OF YOU IN OUR HEARTS AND THE PRIDE IS STRONG FOR THE
WAY YOU SERVED
OUR COUNTRY AND GAVE YOUR LIFE FOR THE FREEDOM OF THIS LAND. WE MISS YOU
YOU AND YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS! YOUR LOVING
March 18, 2010
To Ashley and Alishia,
I served with your father at FT. Campbell. He was my first squad leader in the army. I
remember showing up to the unit, and I didn't know anything, probably just enough to get
myself in trouble. Your father took me under his wing and taught me a lot of things, how to
be a good soldier, how to be a leader. More than likely some of the things he taught me
saved me in Iraq in '03. By the time we went to Iraq the first time, I had gone to a different
company, but I still saw him from time to time over there. I remember him talking about you
guys all the time. He almost always had a smile on his face and was joking about
something. I went on to become a Sargent before I left the army in '04, and I credit your
father with helping to shape me as a young soldier. Your father was a good man, and he
genuinely cared about his men. He loved you girls very much, and your mother too. I am
truly sorry and saddened to hear of his death, nearly two years later. I just wanted to l!
et you know how many people he affected in a positive way, and how much many of us
cared about him. I am so sorry for your loss.
With all my respect,
February 12, 2009
daddy..you were the best father anyone could ask for..you did everything you could to
make sure alishia mommy and me were safe and taken care of..i cry my eyes out everyday
knowing i never get to see or hear you ever again..i pray and pray that your death was just a
bad nightmare..but i realize its life..the day i found out was the day my heart shattered into
bits and bits of peaces..i never thought i would of had to see you dead at such a young
age..we were closer than any other father and daughter, you were my best friend my
brother and my dad.i loved that we could talk about anything and it just stayed between
us..i miss having someone to talk to about anything...all the memories i had were great.i
only wish you were here for the rest of the memories i had and will have..you are my
biggest hero.i honor you..you went and fought your hardest and lost your life just to protect
us.i remember the month you came for a break from iraq. it was the best month ever.!
.i remember the last night i saw you..and we just sat on the couch as i cried and cried for
you not to go back..i loved that we got the chance to talk everyday.i never expected you to
go.becuz the day before you died we were just having a normal conversation.i only wish it
wasn't our last.i miss you terribly .life is just harder and harder as i slowly realize your never
coming back..i truly love you with all my heart and i know that your watching over me..i
hope your resting in peace..and i can't wait for us to be reunited..i love you so much
daddy..rest in peace..good bye..i love you daddy.
Jan 07, 2009
In Honor Of Sgt. 1st Class Steven J. Chevalier
YOU WAS LIKE A FATHER TO ME AND AS WELL AS ALL THE SOLDIERS THAT YOU HAVE
LEAD AND TAUGHT THROUGHOUT YOUR CAREER, YOU WERE THE BEST PLT SGT I
EVER HAD AND I THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING YOU HAVE TAUGHT ME ABOUT BEING
A BETTER SOLDER AND A LEADER, YOU WILL BE MISSED BY ALL THAT KNEW YOU
AND WILL ALSO MISS ALL THE COMBATIVE MOVES THAT YOU SHOWED US EVEN
WHEN WE LEAST EXPECTED IT. REST IN PEACE BROTHER, LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU