Tributes
This Memorial Page Established by-1SG Powell
In Honor Of Buddy  W. McClain
“Well done, son.”

May 31, 2011
Sarah M. Dunlop
Having never met Buddy, but having met his Mother, Patti, I can say he must have been a fantastic
young man and I am sure PFC Buddy McLain had a heart like his Mother. Prayers to Patti during
these difficult times. I know it can't be easy.

May 26, 2011
PFC Tyler Propst
Buddy I remember you at basic at Ft Knox I know we didn't always get along but when I look back
now you always tried your best and were always there for an me to talk too. I regret a lot of things but
hope you know now as you look down that Even though i might not have said it you were a great guy
and will be missed. I'm proud of you and proud to have been your battle buddy RIP my brother


February 05, 2011
Debbie Letendre
Buddy, you were a brave soldier...rest in peace now


December 19, 2010
louise salley
i just want to say buddy did a awesome job,he will always be remembered as our hero,he is gone
but never forgotten,it will be very hard to forget a great guy like himself,buddy was a sweet kid who
would give a person in need anything,he was a very thoughtful person and we will never forget his
smile,his humor,buddy was just a all american sweetheart.i remember when he was young he used
to hang with my kids and he came over daily,if i didnt see buddy one day there was something
wrong and i knew it. He was like one of my own kids,and he would say to us all one of these days im
going to be someone special people are going to know who i am would you like to bet me,and we
would say no buddy we believe you,and i would of lost the bet course he did do just that,but i knew
he would do as he said. He sure will be missed dearly and the fake wrestling him and my boy would
do was funny,poor buddy was just this small skinny boy and my son was stalkeer then buddy and
dustin my son would put buddy over cars and throw him to the floor and i would say hey boys be
careful as buddy is smaller then you and buddy would look up smiling and say i am fine we are only
having fun and they would continue wrestling,and his brothers would join right in to,where buddy and
his brothers was dustin was and where my boy was buddy and his brothers was,oh and lets not forget
seth to,they was all very close friends and for that buddy will be missed also we will miss you pfc,
buddy mclain REST IN PEACE.
Pvt. Buddy W. McLain
United States Army
KIA 29 November 2010, Afghanistan
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24, of Mexico, Maine; assigned to 1st Squadron, 61st Cavalry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat
Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Fort Campbell, Ky.; died Nov. 29 in Nangarhar
province, Afghanistan, of wounds sustained when an insurgent attacked his unit with small-arms
fire. Also killed were Sgt. 1st Class Barry E. Jarvis, Staff Sgt. Curtis A. Oakes, Spc. Matthew W.
Ramsey, Pfc. Jacob A. Gassen and Pfc. Austin G. Staggs.