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Mountain City, TN

Soldier from Jo. Co. killed at Fort Hood

Thank you. One minute before your response I ordered Spc. Greene if he wanted his picture included in the video he had better make something happen. This week's tribute of our fallen should be ready for viewing tomorrow AM.  (Nov 8, 2009 | post #31)

Mountain City, TN

Soldier from Jo. Co. killed at Fort Hood

My condolences for your loss on behalf of a grateful nation. I m the founder of USfallen.org (http://www.USFall en.org) and pay tributes to our fallen. In fact, Tennessee has suffered it's fair share of fallen soldiers recently. I am in the process of putting together this week's tribute, but I have not been able to locate a photo of Freddie. Can anyone provide me a recent photo before 6:00PM today I would appreciate it. From a Texan to the citizens of Tennesse I am sorry for your loss.  (Nov 8, 2009 | post #29)

Escondido, CA

Marine, other person killed in SoCal car pileup

My sincerest condolences on the loss of Tyler. I am the producer of USFallen.org videos and I am currently working on his funeral video. I am looking for a military photo or any photo of Tyler; can you help me obtain one? Thanks, Jerry Castillo http://www.usfalle n.org http://www.faceboo k.com/pages/USFall enorg/142272661291  (Oct 19, 2009 | post #3)

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American Soldiers - Profiles In Bravery

Howdy friends, Sorry I've been forgetting to post on this tread. Here is my most recent tribute to our fallen. http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=u1Hkd q8_xcs I am also inviting you to join me in a civil protest against the Associated Press, please see my most recent posting for details. http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=umQ-N POAx1Q  (Sep 7, 2009 | post #1380)

Chesapeake, VA

US fallen hero of Chesapeake, VA. SFC William B. Woods J...

I produce weekly videos as a tribute to our fallen. Here is a link to my channel on YouTube. http://www.youtube .com/user/jcastill o57 Does anyone have a picture or know where I could find one of this local hero?  (Aug 22, 2009 | post #1)

Oak Park, CA

US fallen hero of Oak Park, Calif., Pfc. Brian M. Wolver...

I produce weekly videos tributes in honor of our fallen soldiers. Here is a link to my channel on YouTube. http://www.youtube .com/user/jcastill o57 Does anyone have a picture of Brian M. Wolverton or know where I could find one?  (Aug 22, 2009 | post #1)

Chapel Hill, NC

US fallen hero of Chapel Hill, Pfc Morris L. Walker

I produce weekly videos as tributes to US fallen soldiers. Here is a link to my channel: http://www.youtube .com/user/jcastill o57 I am looking for a picture of Pfc. Morris L. Walker. Does any one have one or know of where one is please contact me at castillomedia@gmai l.com  (Aug 22, 2009 | post #1)

Paris, TX

pictures/videos from sgt. jay hoskins funeral

I have set up three photo albums on my fan page on FaceBook http://www.faceboo k.com/album.php?ai d=140684&id=13 0436878764&sav ed#/pages/Dallas-T X/Castillo-Media-S ervices/1304368787 64  (Aug 21, 2009 | post #33)

Paris, TX

pictures/videos from sgt. jay hoskins funeral

He became a fan on my Fan Page and linked back to him and sent an invite, but I have yet to here back. I have heard from others and I am waiting for those to get posted. Once I get them compiled I'll set up a photo album on my fan page. http://www.faceboo k.com/album.php?ai d=140684&id=13 0436878764&sav ed#/pages/Dallas-T X/Castillo-Media-S ervices/1304368787 64  (Aug 20, 2009 | post #32)

Paris, TX

pictures/videos from sgt. jay hoskins funeral

Done my status is awaiting friend confirmation. It maybe under my page CastilloMedia or my personal page Jerry Castillo.  (Aug 19, 2009 | post #29)

Paris, TX

pictures/videos from sgt. jay hoskins funeral

Due to the response for DVD copies I am coordinating with a few people and banks to establish a college fund for Jay's children. Donations made in support of my cause, of providing memorials to the families of our fallen, will be given a free copy of the extended version which can not be loaded on YouTube due to their 10 minute rule. As soon as all the details are worked out I will announce it here.  (Aug 19, 2009 | post #28)

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American Soldiers - Profiles In Bravery

Howdy- Weekly videos are produced, from my home in Dallas, as tributes to fallen US military soldiers from the previous week. These videos and viewer comments serve as virtual memorials, which help families cope with their loss. Recently, I produced three-videos depicting the services of Sgt Owens Jr., of Dallas, SFC Granado, of Tatum, and the homecoming of Sgt. Hoskins of Paris. These videos may be viewed on YouTube.com at http://www.youtube .com/user/jcastill o57 . The citizens of Tatum and Paris are to be commended for their exemplary display of respect for their hometown heroes. The citizens of Dallas and other metro areas could learn from our small town folks. Tatumís newspaper devoted half of their front and back page to their hero. The Dallas Morning News had one news wire sentence the day of the funeral. Parisians lined the streets for 7-miles holding American flags. A proclamation and orders to lower flags on all county and city buildings were issued by their mayor. Police and fire departments from nearby communities provided the escort. In Dallas, officials asked the family to arrange to receive their son outside the city limits to avoid traffic disruption and the DPD could not afford to provide personnel for an escort. Instead, the funeral procession escort was provided by the Patriot Guard Riders and State police. Have big city folks become so callous that we no longer honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice on our behalf? I am not alone when I say; these fallen men and women deserve our respect and must be treated with the dignity they deserve.  (Aug 19, 2009 | post #1104)

Texas

How Texans treat US military fallen

Weekly videos are produced, from my home in Dallas, as tributes to fallen US military soldiers from the previous week. These videos and viewer comments serve as virtual memorials, which help families cope with their loss. Recently, I produced three-videos depicting the services of Sgt Owens Jr., of Dallas, SFC Granado, of Tatum, and the homecoming of Sgt. Hoskins of Paris. These videos may be viewed on YouTube.com under my channel jcastillo57. The citizens of Tatum and Paris are to be commended for their exemplary display of respect for their hometown heroes. The citizens of Dallas and other metro areas could learn from our small town folks. Tatumís newspaper devoted half of their front and back page to their hero. The Dallas Morning News had one news wire sentence the day of the funeral. Parisians lined the streets for 7-miles holding American flags. A proclamation and orders to lower flags on all county and city buildings were issued by their mayor. Police and fire departments from nearby communities provided the escort. In Dallas, officials asked the family to arrange to receive their son outside the city limits to avoid traffic disruption and the DPD could not afford to provide personnel for an escort. Instead, the funeral procession escort was provided by the Patriot Guard Riders and State police. Have big city folks become so callous that we no longer honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice on our behalf? I am not alone when I say; these fallen men and women deserve our respect and must be treated with the dignity they deserve.  (Aug 18, 2009 | post #1)

Paris, TX

pictures/videos from sgt. jay hoskins funeral

I did send an invite but no response. Please become a fan of my page here: http://www.faceboo k.com/pages/Dallas -TX/Castillo-Media -Services/13043687 8764 I will link back to your page. Thanks  (Aug 18, 2009 | post #19)

Paris, TX

Thousands Pay Tribute To Paris Marine

Howdy Paris, Jerry the video guy from YouTube. I just wrote a letter to the editor of Paris News regarding how us city folks can learn some big lessons from small town folks. One of my clients in Tyler has just agreed to contribute to a college fund for the grandchildren of SFC Granado of Tatum, TX. I would like to make a suggestion. Go to the largest bank to open a college fund for Sgt. Jay Hoskins' children or a memorial scholarship fund for any and all children who have the desire to pursue a higher education. Invite the well to do type of Paris to make contributions (trust me I know, let them dress up and feed'em steak and tadders and charge them $1000 a plate). The other folks could hold an annual fund raiser event (i.e. bake sales, yard sales) in his memory and by the time his children are ready for school. Money should not be an issue. I'm starting a discussion on my FaceBook page if you want to have a civil discussion without the political stuff. http://www.faceboo k.com/topic.php?ui d=130436878764 &topic=10385  (Aug 18, 2009 | post #24)

Q & A with US Fallen

Headline:

US Military Fallen

Hometown:

Dallas

Neighborhood:

N. Dallas

When I'm Not on Topix:

Produce videos and small business consulting.

On My Mind:

Why human sacrifice is not considered important news by main stream media?

Blog / Website / Homepage:

http://www.youtube.com/user/jcastillo57