Spec. Nicholas P. Brown
United States Army
KIA 22 January 2007 Iraq
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October 10, 2008
Kim
Lance Col. Shayne Cabino
Although I did not know Spc. Nicholas P. Brown, I Hold
him and his family in my heart and prayers. Remember when times get
tough, that he is looking down from heaven and smiling at you, and
protecting you.
Thank You for serving our country to keep us safe, You are Truly a
HERO. May He Rest in Peace with the Lord, and Your hearts heal in time.
"Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for
his friends" John 15:13

Proud New Wife of a Marine in Iraq. Please keep him and all the other
Soldiers in your Prayers.
Kim (California)

April 21, 2007
BERT HOLLER

SPEC. NICHOLAS P. BROWN

SUNDAY WILL BE THREE MONTHS SINCE WE LEARNED THAT OUR
BELOVED SON-IN-LAW HAD BEEN KILLED IN IRAQ. IN THAT TIME WE HAVE GOTTEN
ALONG WITHOUT HIM ONLY BECAUSE WE HAVE TO. I HAVE MET CONGRESSMEN AND
GENERALS DURING THIS TIME. ONE OF NICK'S FRIENDS SAID THAT IF ANYTHING
HAD HAPPENED TO HIM HE WOULD DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN. I BELIEVE NICK IS A
MAN OF EXTREME COURAGE AND POWERFUL LOVE. RIGHT NOW HE IS WAITING FOR US
TO JOIN HIM. HE IS STILL IN SERVICE, ONLY TO HIS BELOVED SAVIOR. THANK
YOU NICK FOR SHOWING ME ALL THAT A MAN CAN BE. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE
REMEMBERED FOR YOUR VALIANT SERVICE TO THE COUNTRY AND THE PEOPLE YOU
LOVED.
WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO TAKE OF SARA AND NICK. WELL DONE THOU GOOD AND
FAITHFUL SERVANT.
Nicholas P. Brown was recently on a brief leave in order to see his wife, Sara, and newborn
son, Nicholas Paul Brown II, born Jan. 14, 2007 _ eight days before his father died. "It was a
blessing that he was able to briefly see his newborn son Nicholas, before returning to Iraq,"
said Brown's family. "Sara will treasure forever those moments together." Brown, 24, of Huber
Heights, Ohio, was killed Jan. 22 in Mosul when his vehicle struck an explosive. He was
assigned to Fort Bliss. Nick was very proud to serve his country," his family said. "He enjoyed
playing pool, being with friends and taking care of his family." Crystal Reid, a friend,
remembered how happy and nervous Brown and his fiancee were on the day of their wedding.
Then came word of a son. "I have never seen such a good father in the few days that you were
in his life," she wrote on an online bulletin board. "I knew you hated to leave your son at home
but you knew what you had to do for your family and country." Said Brig. Gen. Richard Ellis:
"When Nicholas came back from leave, he showed me pictures of his new son, and his eyes
would well up with tears."  

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