This Memorial Page Established by- grumps
In Honor Of Florence Choe
Why didn't You answer my e-mails. I had stuff to send to your kids, I still have it if anyone will
write me I will send it in your memory. I have been following the progress of a Marine LtCol
who was badly wounded in Afg.  On Sunday 03-29-09 I recieved a posting about him that was
very heartwarming. So I went to the AnySoldier site to tell you that there was stuff coming
your way. When I clicked on where to send, Your picture came up. I was amazed until I
realized that is where they post the pictures of the FALLEN. My heart sank, all the joy that I
had just recieved left me and I cried,I am crying now. Yea sometimes us damed ol Jarheads
spring a leak.
The world is a lesser place today and we will sourly miss your smiling face. I know that GOD
is holding you in HIS arms,and he has a need for you but the world had a great need for You.
You are greatly missed. Rest in peace. Know that the Marine Corps loved you Doc.
For all who read this know that a web site called CaringBridge is free sight where you can
stay in instant touch with those who you love and are hurting in some distant place. Please
check it out.
Doc, rest in peace, you will never be forgoten by anyone who ever knew you.

Aug 7, 2010

SFC Rod Brewer
at Christmas
Rest easy, sleep well my brothers.
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...
Lieutenant Choe, You Will Never Be Forgotten.. SFC Rod August 7, 2010
Lt. Florence B. Choe
United States Navy
KIA 27 March 2009, Afghanistan
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35, of El Cajon, Calif.; died March 27 when an Afghan National Army soldier opened fire on
personnel assigned to Combined Security Transition Command — Afghanistan at Camp
Shaheen, Mazar-E-Sharif, Afghanistan. Also killed was Navy Lt. j.g. Francis L. Toner IV.