This Memorial Page Established by Joannie Saint
In Honor Of Army Specialist Justin Andrew Saint
Army Specialist Justin Andrew Saint joined the army to serve his country and futher his
career.His passion for networking proved to be a valuable advantage for him.
Our Army Spec.Justin A. Saint 22 of Albertville Ala; assigned to the Special Troops
Battallion,xv111 Airborn Corps,Fort Bragg,N.C died in Baghdad of injuries sustained in a
non-combat related incident.
He is to this day greatly missed forever in our hearts. He is my Grandson.
God bless our soldiers and their family.
|Spc. Justin Andrew Saint
United States Army
KIA 15 October 2008, Baghdad, Iraq
Soldier remembered as ‘a fine son’
The Associated Press
Justin A. Saint rose to the rank of specialist and was sent last year to Iraq, where he was serving
on a general’s staff near Baghdad.
“He was a creative person,” said his father, David. “He never complained about anything.
Whatever would happen, he’d make the best of the situation.”
Saint, 22, of Albertville, Ala., died Oct. 15 in Baghdad of injuries from a noncombat incident. He
was assigned to Fort Bragg.
In high school, he was a long distance runner on the track team.
He liked sports cars, computers and “anything electronic” like his car stereo system, said his
“He was a fine, outstanding young man — a fine son,” David Saint said. “He was never a
disappointment. He wasn’t afraid to go over there. I thought highly of his willingness to go.”
His son wrote in his last e-mail, sent Oct. 9, that he was excited about a new job that would
involve traveling around the world, working in security communications.
“He told me he was up for that and that he was just sitting around chilling,” he said.
He also is survived by his mother, Angie.