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Memorial Page Established By-Adriana Rodriguez Perez
In Honor Of Jose Roberto Perez
ON OCTOBER 18 2006 WE ALL IN THE FAMILY WERE WAITING FOR HIM TO ARRIVE
HOME FOR HIS DAUGHTERS 1ST BIRTHDAY AND FOR HIM TO SPEND MORE TIME WITH
THE FAMILY, IT WAS AROUND 2PM OCTOBER 18 WHEN MY BROTHER CALLED MY
SISTER IN LAW TO GO TO MY UNCLES HOUSE THAT SOMETHING BAD HAD HAPPEN. WE
DID NOT THINK NOTHING OF IT BUT WHEN WE GOT THERE jr's WIFE WAS CRYING WE
ALL NEW THE WURST THING HAD HAPPEN TO HIM THE SOLDERS THAT GOT TO THE
HOUSE HAD TOLD US THAT HE HAD BEEN SEND OUT FOR A MISSION AND HE DID NOT
COME BACK. ALL OF U THAT HAVE A FAMILY MEMBER THAT HAS PAST AWAY
BECAUSE OF THIS WAR KNOW WAT MY FAMILY HAS GONE THOUGH.  MY FAMILY
REALLY HATED THIS COUNTRY FOR ALONG TIME BUT AS THE YEARS PAST HE AND
ALL THE FALLEN SOLDERS ARE AND WILL BE IN OUR HEARTS... EVERY TIME WE HERE
THAT ANOTHER SOLDER HAS PAST IT HURTS JUST TO KNOW WAT THAT FAMILY IS
GOING TO GO THOUGH JOSE R. PEREZ LEFT BEHIND HIS WIFE VIOLETA AND 2
BEAUTIFUL KIDS JOSESITO N ISABEL PEREZ. THEY BOTH WERE HIGH !
SCHOOL SWEET HEARTS. THE ONLY THING IS THAT JOSE R. PEREZ AND ALL THE
OTHER SOLDERS WILL "NEVER" BE "FORGOTTEN". ALL OF THEM WILL ALWAYS BE IN
OUR HEARTS..............

Memorial Day 2013
:William Baker
Email_address = Email Address:bakerw1481@yahoo.com
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Your_Memorial = To Perez and his family,
My name is Spc Baker.I served with Perez in 1st Plt C co 1-6inf. Perez was always the soldier I
wanted to be. He was tough,smart,funny and everybody loved him. Always talking about how
much he loved and missed his wife and two children. Perez you know that you saved my life
that day brother. Man I miss you brother. I hope that your family is ok. Perez I hope you can
hear me when I say I miss you and one day brother we will meet on the other side. I hope
your family is ok. You may be gone but you sure will never be forgotten.If anybody has any
questions feel free to contact me.

Spc. Baker
Oh yeah Perez I still remeber the spanish you taught me.
Spc. Jose R. Perez
United States Army
KIA 18 Oct 2006, Iraq
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21, of Ontario, Calif.; assigned to the 1st Battalion, 6th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat
Team, 1st Armored Division, Baumholder, Germany; died Oct. 18 from injuries sustained from
enemy small arms fire in Ramadi, Iraq.