Lance Cpl. Bobby L. Twitty
United States Marine Corps
KIA 07 July 2007, Iraq
20, of Bedias, Texas; assigned to Combat Logistics Battalion 6, Combat Logistics Regiment 2, 2nd
Marine Logistics Group, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune, N.C.; died July 22 from a
nonhostile vehicle accident in Ramadi, Iraq.

This Memorial Page Established by- Bobby   A.   Eis   Jr.
In Honor Of: = Soldiers Name: Bobby  Twitty

I never met Bobby Twitty who was killed in action in July 2007 .
But I met his Mother about six months after his death and she told me
about her son being killed and how hard it has been for her . I could see
the hurt in her eyes , the hurt of a Mother who has lost her son in a
war that so many of us do not under stand . She spoke softly of how she
now works with other Mother's & Father's of fallen soldiers in the
Houston area and how this helps with her pain talking with them .
Not one time as we spoke did she break down , but I could see it
was hard for her and she had to fight to hold back the tears . I wanted
to stand up from my table and hold her tight in my arms and tell her how
sorry I was that she lost a Son at such a young age fighting for
America thousands of miles away . What I did tell her was her Son is and
always will be a hero in my mind as well as thousands of other Americans ,
even though I never met him . Words can not heal the hurt of this
Mother coming from a stranger she has only known for a few minutes . But as
a American who lost two Uncles in WW11 and who's family has been in
this country since coming from Germany in the early 1800's, I know why he
died . He died just like my family members died over sixty years ago
in WWII , to protect his family and his America and our democracy from
any evil wanting to bring harm to our freedom . Just like our young men
have been doing since we became the United States , and will conti!
nue to do for our freedom . It's what keeps us above the rest of the
world , our young men willing to fight and die to protect freedom not
just in America but any where in the world .
PFC. Bobby Twitty rest in peace and know all of America honors your
sacrifice ,and I know you are not alone , you are with all the hero's
who died for America and freedom . So young, so young,but old enough to
know his call for duty and acted like a man, thank God we have men like
Bobby Twitty who have been taught what it takes to keep our America
free as a child , and when the time came as a man he stood tall .

Sincerely,  Bobby A. Eis Jr.


Feb 19, 2008
SFC Rod Brewer
LANCE CORPORAL Bobby L. Twitty, 20, USMC, Non-hostile
vehicle accident KIA Operation Iraqi Freedom. My condolences to Bobbys'
family. Bobby You Will Never Be Forgotten. Semper Fi
Teufelhunden!!!!!!!!! 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.... Rod.
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