SHOCK, Lance Corporal Jeremy S. 22, formerly of 112 E. Morgan Street, Green Springs, died Sunday,
November 19, 2006 while serving in Iraq. Jeremy was born August 19, 1984 in Fremont, to Duane and
Sherry (Guhn) Shock. On April 13, 2006, he married Clara (Ramirez) Shock who survives in Cincinnati,
OH. Other survivors include his brother, Zack Shock and sister, Sara Shock both of Green Springs.
Maternal grandparents, Marvin Sr. and Sharon Guhn of Bellevue and paternal grandmother, Dorothy
Shock of Tiffin. Jeremy's paternal grandfather, Robert Shock preceded him in death. Jeremy was
enlisted with the United States Marine Corps serving with the Weapons Company First Battalion 24th
Marines of Perrysburg. He was a graduate of Clyde High School class of 2002 and earned his
Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from Tiffin University where he graduated with honors.  
Memorial contributions may be made to the Heroes in Action Program for all active duty Marines.
Published in the Dayton Daily News on 11/25/2006.
LCpl. Jeremy S. Shock
United States Marine Corps
KIA 19 November 2006, Iraq

Tributes

Jan 31, 2008
SFC Rod Brewer
In Honor Of LCPL Jeremy S. Shock

Lance Corporal Jeremy S. Shock, Christmas in
Arlington... Rest easy, sleep well my brother. 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.... Jeremy, You Will Not Be
Forgotten.... Semper Fi..... Swammie says HOOAH    Rod.

April 03, 2011
Cpl Mager

Shock,
Think of you often brother. Never forget the talks we had. You were a great Marine and always there
for all us. You touched many of our lives. Nov 19th 2006 RIP

Mage

November 10, 2010
Sgt S. R. Davis, USMC
In Honor Of LCpl J. S. Shock

"I've cried for joy & I've cried for pain, but I've never cried so passionately as I did for those slain."
Jeremy, brother - you are loved, never forgotten. As I remember the sacrifices of my friend I am
humbled. I stand taller, walk prouder & live in awe that I am a Veteran who's been honored to serve
alongside men like you. Happy Birthday Marine, God Bless, and please continue to keep watch over
us all.  Semper Fi!