CPL. Steven R. Koch, 23, of East Brun...

CPL. Steven R. Koch, 23, of East Brunswick

There are 3 comments on the Asbury Park Press Online story from Mar 9, 2008, titled CPL. Steven R. Koch, 23, of East Brunswick. In it, Asbury Park Press Online reports that:

CPL. STEVEN R. KOCH, 23, of EAST BRUNSWICK, died Monday, March 3, while serving in the U.S. Army in the Sabari District of Afghanistan. via Asbury Park Press Online

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COL Dale Presson Army ret

United States

#1 Mar 12, 2008
To the family of CPL Koch: You may never read these words but they are spoken from the heart. Although I did not know your soldier I offer the deepest sympathy and utmost respect to you in your time of loss. In this most difficult time please know that that he will forever be held in the highest place of honor by the band of brothers who, before him and with him and along side him, have sacrificed to preserve the liberties and freedoms our nation deserves. I am truly sorry I can find no words adequate to console and comfort you in your time of grief. Just know that there are many, many people who will always honor your soldier for his sacrifice. Each time you see the American flag know that it is there because of the service and sacrifice of your soldier, and others, who chose to defend our nation and secure it against all threats. God bless you in this difficult time and thank you for your support of such a great hero.
M. D. Presson, COL, USA (ret)
God Bless

Plainsboro, NJ

#2 Mar 13, 2008
this Anerican hero and his family who must forever endure this horrific loss. May God grant you some peace and the ability to cope with this tragic loss of such a heroic young man. I am very sorry
christine koch

AOL

#3 Mar 20, 2008
COL Dale Presson Army ret wrote:
To the family of CPL Koch: You may never read these words but they are spoken from the heart. Although I did not know your soldier I offer the deepest sympathy and utmost respect to you in your time of loss. In this most difficult time please know that that he will forever be held in the highest place of honor by the band of brothers who, before him and with him and along side him, have sacrificed to preserve the liberties and freedoms our nation deserves. I am truly sorry I can find no words adequate to console and comfort you in your time of grief. Just know that there are many, many people who will always honor your soldier for his sacrifice. Each time you see the American flag know that it is there because of the service and sacrifice of your soldier, and others, who chose to defend our nation and secure it against all threats. God bless you in this difficult time and thank you for your support of such a great hero.
M. D. Presson, COL, USA (ret)
thankyou very much for your words of condolences. I am very proud to have been stevens' mom and very honored to have had an american treasure.

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