Tributes

This Memorial Page Established by Isabel "Liz" Uruo
In Honor Of Army Sgt. Iosiwo Uruo

As I come across this page, it brought me tears to see so many faces of our fallen soilders
who had lost their life in the battle field. and I like to thank all of our fallen brothers and sister
for their tremendous scrafice. I also like to thank those are still out there for their contribution
to our country. if it wasn't for their scarifice & contribution, I wouldnt be enjoying the luxury of
this world we're living in. so "Thank you to all of our Service men/women for their scrafice".

I am a proud sister of late "Army Sgt. Iosiwo Uruo" who had lost his life in 2007 Operation Irag
Freedom. as a sister, I had dedicate my time to find ways to pass out a message to all not to
forget our fallen soldiers and for those that has not yet return to their love ones. so please
lets join hands together and pray for those who had/has not yet to come home.


Once again thank you to our Service Men/Women.

Sincerely
Ms. Isabel Liz Uruo

October 23, 2012
Daniel W. Jackson II
I would like to say that I served with Sgt Uruo in Bronco Troop 1-14 Cav. The night before his
final day on this earth him and I played spades all night. Uruo and I were teamed up against
two other guys from our unit. He came to me and asked me to be his teammate, of course I
accepted. He was told his team was gonna lose because he wasnt any good at it, well we
showed them didnt we Uruo. We won most of the hands played that night. It was awesome to
see the smile on his face after we won a game. I will never forget laying on my cot and waking
up knowing something was wrong, but wasnt sure what it was. I remember getting the news
that my friend had passed at the hands of the enemy. I sank down and cried. To this day I
think of him and think of his smile as we played spades. He was a great person and always
the quiet one who sat back and didnt say much, but when he spoke all listened. A true friend
and one of the finest soldiers I ever served with. You are alway!
s with us URUO. I wear my bracelet honoring you everyday. I miss you brother and hope to
see you at FIDDLERS GREEN!!!!!!!!

Bronco 9


November 30, 2009
isabel "Liz" uruo
I am a sister of Army Sgt. Iosiwo Uruo, who was killed in Operation Iraq Freedom in May 24,
2007. As I come across every page of our "fallen soldiers" web page..I am sadden and
heartbreak to see so many faces of our brothers/sisters in the armed force who give their
lives and leave their love ones to protect our ways of living. At the same time I am so proud of
their courage, and willingness to do what they had to do.
So I stand here, and salute all of our brave solders for their sacrifice for the "Freedom" which
I am living in today..thank you and may the Mercy of Our God Protect You All.

Sincerely

Ms. Uruo
Sgt. Iosiwo Uruo
United States Army
KIA 24 May 2007 Iraq
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27, of Agana Heights, Guam; assigned to the 1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 2nd
Infantry Division (Stryker Brigade Combat Team), Fort Lewis, Wash.; died May 24 in Buhriz, Iraq, of wounds
sustained when his unit came in contact with enemy forces using small-arms fire.