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This Memorial Page Established by-Clifford Potter
In Honor Of SGT Brandon Maggart
Sgt Brandon Maggart I am your uncle,I never got the opportunity to tell you how proud I am of
you,for what you represent,how proud I am of you of the man you have become,I will do my
very best to assisting your wife in raising your son,so that you can be as proud of your son
as I am proud of you. Brandon you will be missed but never forgotten,your memory will
remain through the eyes of your son.I would have taken your place and took your pain,I love
you so,they have taken you from us a little early.I will be here to take care of your
mother,sister,brother,son,this nephew of mine I do promise to you,and this I Love You  Love
You Always  Uncle C

August 31, 2010
Tina French
In Honor Of Brandon Maggart
Thank you for your sacrifice.  May God Bless & keep your family & friends at this trying time.  
RIP

August 30, 2010
Ashley Hennke
Everyday will be a day closer to when we can be with you in the heavens above. Until then,
you are lived on by the memories you have blessed us with. We will take very good care of
Teresa and Blake. RIP my friend, my soldier, my great hero!

August 29, 2010
1SG Bill Lingar
In Honor Of SGT Brandon Maggart
On Aug 22,2010 Mrs. Maggart, Blake, the Army, and Alpha Battery 5-5 ADA C-RAM lost one of
its finest Non-Commissoned Officer that we had. It was a crushing blow to my unit, having
one of the most popular, well like people pass is hard to understand. There are no words that
will ever replace the loss that his family has suffered. For a young NCO, he was one of the
most proficient Soldiers that I have ever had the pleasure of working with. He will be missed
by all that knew him. The world will be a sadder place without him. 1SG Bill Lingar

August 28, 2010
Kathleen Potter
In Honor Of Sgt Brandon Maggart
Sgt Brandon Maggart you will always be in our hearts.  Thank you for your service to our
country.  May God keep you. God Bless
Sgt. Brandon E. Maggart
United States Army
KIA 22 August 2010, Iraq
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24, of Kirksville, Mo.; assigned to the 5th Battalion, 5th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, Joint
Base Lewis-McChord, Wash; died Aug. 22 at Basrah, Iraq, of wounds sustained when insurgents
attacked his unit using indirect fire.