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Military Hero Tricia Jameson

Tricia Jameson
Military Hero Tricia Jameson

Tricia Jameson
Military Hero Tricia Jameson
is moved to her place of rest

by Kevin Caruso

Military hero Sgt. Tricia Jameson, 34, of Omaha, Nebraska, was an outstanding Army National Guard member.

Tricia always wanted to help others, and that is exactly what she did when she went to Iraq to serve as a medic.

She was only in Iraq for three weeks when, on July 14, 2005, she was in a Humvee ambulance rushing to the aid of three wounded Marines and an improvised explosive device detonated next to her vehicle.

Tricia was killed instantly.

Tricia’s main concern in Iraq was that she would forget what she had learned in training and not be able to save someone. All she wanted to do was help.

Tricia had a huge heart.

And at her funeral, Rev. Rodney Adams talked about what a wonderful person she was, and how she was killed by “hate and fanaticism.”

Tricia represented the exact opposite “hate and fanaticism,” she represented love and compassion.

She was assigned to the 313th Medical Company, Army National Guard, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Pat Marsh, Tricia’s mother, said that Tricia never gave her trouble from day one; and that Tricia was like an angel.

God bless you, Pat. Tricia is an angel.

Tricia was a beautiful, caring, compassionate, dedicated, intelligent, and giving person.

God bless you Tricia.

Thank you for your service.

Thank you for your sacrifice.

America is proud of you.

You are a true military hero.

We miss you.

We love you.

You are an angel.

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