This Memorial Page Established by Family & Friends of Warren Lotter
In Honor Of Warren Lotter

In Memory of Warren Lotter - our brave little soldier.  You were not even born in this country,
yet you were so willing to protect it.  You were a joy to be around and we can't believe you're
gone. It was the most awful news to hear, but knowing you died doing what you loved makes
things seem a little bit easier.

Your main goal in life was to make people laugh - and it was something you were amazing at.  
I've been asking myself why God decided to take you away from us so young.  You were so
little, Warren.  I remember so much about you when you were young...always a little goofball.  

I hope you know how much you will be missed each and everyday.  

You are our hero.

February 09, 2014
Renee Pfister
I was serving in Iraq and was a volunteer at the hospital when I wasn't working my assigned
job. I enjoyed helping others while I was there and will never forget the day I met
Christopher.  I knew two of my brothers were also in Iraq serving and when the helicopter
landed in Balad I was there to pull him into the hospital. I froze the second I saw his face, he
looked like one of my brothers. I was torn up and only left his side to tend to my job as a
crewchief. I don't know his family, but I hope they know that he didn't go alone and I will
always have him in my thoughts.

November 14, 2009
Boo Mayhew
In Honor Of Christopher Warren Lotter
Warren, I will light a candle for you on the 31st December for the light that you were in Kim's
life and for the ultimate sacrifice that you made.  Bless you.  Boo

February  09, 2009
Kim Dudine
I love you forever, babe. You and me, until the end.
You were my heart, my soul, my joy, my life.
You still are. Always.
My hero, my soldier, my true love, nothing will ever come close to the love we shared.

"The reason why it hurts so much to be separated, is because our souls are connected."

I ache for the day to be held by you again, babe. I know it will come,
and it will be the happiest moment in the world.

I love you, I miss you. I will never forget our promises.
I will always be your bok, your liefie, your girl, your meise,
you will always be number one in my heart.
No one above you, I will always be beside you.


February 01, 2009
In Honor Of PFC,Christopher Lotter
Hello,To the Family and Freinds of PFC Christopher Lotter,My name is Fred Nunemacher,
Creator of Pa's"Wall Of Fallen Heroes"Although We did not know Christopher personally,We
still feel your loss. The Wall Of Fallen Heroes was created in 2005,as a way to Honor These
Heroes and their Families,for the Sacrifices they've made for their Country. We have added
Christophers Name to the Wall along side of his 218 Comrade Heroes from Pa,In 2007 a
portable version of the Wall was Created. The plans for the Portable Wall for 2009 is to visit as
many of their Hometowns as possible.
The Walls Motto is "For Our Tomorrow They Gave Their Today" On Behalf of our Staff
& Support Group,We would like to offer our Condolence,Please visit our website to see
the pictures of this Tribute to our Fallen Heroes of Pennsylvania at.  
Fred E Nunemacher "Creator"

January 01, 2009
Tracy Youngs Caiazzo
In Honor Of Christopher Warren Lotter
Pfc. Christopher W. Lotter
United States Army
KIA 31 December 2008
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20, of Chester Heights, Pa.; was assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 7th Field Artillery Regiment, 3rd
Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; died Dec. 31, 2008, in
Balad, Iraq, of wounds suffered when he was shot by enemy forces in Tikrit.