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February 19, 2005

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Alex

We will never forget you.

Served with him in Iraq and basic training.

Bogey

Disrespectful comment deleted. If the disrespectful person shows up again, HE will be deleted.

Mike Karlbom

RIP Adam,

I will always remember you as the friendly guy you are and always will be. I went to High School with Adam, and I was in the class of 2000 at Gresham High School in Gresham, OR. I am currently serving our great country in the US Navy, and I deeply regret to hear of his loss. It really hits me hard being a fellow friend, former school mate, and service member. I wish him and his family peace. God bless all of you

Apeman

RIP Sgt. Plumondore...the Nation of Riflemen's "Adam". Thank you for your supreme sacrifice for the good of us all. I wish I could think of the appropriate words to express our sincere gratitude, but words escape me now. Our prayers, as always, are with you and your family.

Angie GIbler

God Bless you and your family.

Angie Gibler

Q Madp

I would like to thank Sgt Adam Plumondore for his service, loyalty and most precious gift for this country and freedom abroad. He will not be forgotten.
Q www.IraqWarHeroes.com


PS. Does anyone have any memorial service information yet?? I'm in the Gresham/Portland area.

TheBullfrog

I didn't know Alan, but I treasure his devotion to defending my liberty and that of the struggling people of Iraq. Godspeed.

How little we know of the good we do in our lives....

Alan Birchfield

Major Schneider: I just wanted to thankyou for your kind words that you said about Adam. I am Adam's uncle and the family would be honored to meet you. I want you to know that you are welcome to stop by and visit with us, the door is always open. I hope that you take me up on this offer. I know that this is what Adam would want. Alan

skip thompson

From a grateful citizen...God Bless you, Sgt. Plumondore

loryjean

my heart and prayers are with the Plumondore family. may your son's service and sacrifice be ever-remembered by a grateful nation.

loryjean
army mom of jimmy in mosul

Graeme

My sympathy goes out to the members of Sgt. Plumondore's unit and his family. He gave his life not only for the safety of the United States and Iraq, but for the whole world. For that I am eternally grateful.

Graeme
Trinidad & Tobago

robert

The liberation of the Iraqi people and the safety of our shores is purchased in coin of the most precious mintage.
God Bless you, Sgt. Plumondore. God bless your family in the coming days. God bless your comrades in arms who stand guard still.

Guy S.

May Sgt Plumondore have Fair Winds and Following Seas as he arrives at the headquarters of the Supreme Commander. Rest easy.

My heart goes out to his family and friends.

Stu Clark

RIP, Soldier.

God bless you.

My prayers are with your family.

Stu Clark
CPL, US Army (former)

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