"If you had to pick your son, this is who you would pick." --Chris Heidtman, uncle
Good Mourning, Everyone! Joy to you and me.
Not every member of the club nobody wants to joy-n is a widow. There are subgroups, mothers, fathers, step-parents, and more.
Today's photo belongs to Army 1st Lt. Keith N. Heidtman from Norwich, CN.
Army 1st Lt. Keith N. Heidtman was killed May 28 when his helicopter crashed after it was hit by enemy fire. He died for you and me. He was 24 years old.
Army 1st Lt. Keith N. Heidtman was an all-conference baseball player, a basketball player and an honor student in high school. "He was one of those kids who thirsted for anything you could throw at him." --"Duke" Campbell, assistant baseball coach
Army 1st Lt. Keith N. Heidtman leaves his parents, Maureen Robidoux and Kerry Heidtman, and stepfather, Art Robidoux to grieve his death. To Army 1st Lt. Keith N. Heidtman's entire family, we extend our sincerest condolences and our gratitude. May you have mourning joy all the days of your lives.
Q: Why did the elephant sit on the marshmallow?
A: He didn't want to fall in the hot chocolate
A soldier will fight long and hard for a bit of colored ribbon. --Napoleon Bonaparte
After we remember Him, fingerhug your pen.
The topic is, ...for a bit of colored ribbon...
Go ahead. Write something. I dare you.
Have a joy-filled day, Everyone. And remember, we're not alone.