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    Im sorry. A father should never had to bury his son. My condolences to your family

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    Thank you for raising a hero and, for a short while, sharing him with us. Our maker has called him home for reasons that may one day be revealed to us, but for now are a sad mystery. But even so, we praise God for his blessings. Rest in peace, American hero!

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    Reading this just tears me up. MULEY51 Sean is one of my heros. Blues skies Sean.
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    I'm very sorry for your loss.

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    I'm very sorry for you loss sir.

    I don't spend enough time here where you would know me nor I you, but strangers can read this story and gleen what a huge loss has just occured. I thank you for your son's service and ultimate sacrafice, as well offer my condolenses to you and your family.

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    Don't know what to say. I been sitting on what to say for a bit now, but nothing comes up. I'm just very sad.
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    Godspeed Sean. Muley, your words have always inspired many of us to cherish our own hunts with family and friends. I hope you can continue in the future and take that time to grieve. Sean will be reading everyone of them. Prayers sent. Kurt
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    My condolences to you and your family, Muley. I am so very sorry for your loss.

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    Im vary sorry
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    I am very sorry for your loss. Many condolences to you and your family. My he RIP forever and my his spirit live in you forever.

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    After seemingly endless delays, today we were finally able to hold ceremonies for Sean, a full two weeks after the crash. The Patriot Guard was present and stood at attention holding various flags in 22 degree weather until we were all inside the church and again as we we departing. The military ceremony with the 21 gun salute, tacking of wings onto the casket (107 people tacked their wings), flag presentation to us (the family) and the bagpipes playing Amazing Grace was well done. I would give them back every flag in the country in exchange for my son, but that can never be.

    I still find it hard to understand that I will never see or hear from him again. He was, and is, my Hero! Rest in Peace My Son...I love you, Dad.
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    Brother, we share your pain and appreciate your son's sacrifice to our country.
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    God Bless you for your son and thank you for sharing him with us.

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    Sir, as an active duty member I'm very sorry for your loss my prayers go out to you and your family

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    Happy Father's Day Son!! We miss you so much. I talked to your boys and I know the family will be going out to visit you today. They are so proud of their Dad and love you with all their hearts. I Love you son!! Rest in peace.
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