Spc Holly J McGeough
United States Army
KIA 31 Jan 2004
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Spc. Holly J. McGeogh died — on Jan. 31, at age 19, victim of a roadside bomb near Kirkuk
In Iraq, she was a meticulous truck mechanic and drove a troop transport truck with a
grenade launcher mounted on the back. She eagerly volunteered for every mission and
patrol and was disappointed when she was not picked. She once apprehended a fleeing man
in a dark alley, threatening to shoot him dead if he didn't stop, then throwing him against a
wall.

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This Memorial Page Established by-SFC Rod Brewer
In Honor Of SPC Holly J. McGeough, OIF, 01/31/04

Specialist Holly J. McGeough, 19, of Taylor,
Michigan. Assigned to Company A, 4th Forward Support Battalion, 4t Infantry
Division. Died on January 31, 2004 in Iraq.  Awarded the Bronze Star and
Purple Heart. Christmas in Arlington.. Rest easy, sleep well my sister,
Holly.
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...  
SFC Rod, August 23, 2008   www.patriotguard.org

May 22, 2010
Benjamin E. Davis II, SSG, US Army, Retired
To the daughter of a very special friend Jennifer, And as a retired soldier of the US Army, I
say, God Speed and Thank you for your service!!!

Dec 10, 2008
Jeff D'Angelo
Every time I drive Up North or down I-75 on the way to Ohio from Detroit, I'll never forget the
selfless sacrifice of one of my bravest neighbors. You'll be forever remembered, and your
family and loved ones left behind will remain in my prayers.