Skip to comments.My hero brother: Heartbreaking moment soldier's grieving sister collapses(Short Title)
Posted on 03/12/2013 8:17:50 AM PDT by Kartographer
FULL TITLE: My hero brother: Heartbreaking moment soldier's grieving sister collapses in front of his grave at Arlington National Cemetery
This is the heart-wrenching moment a sister was so overcome with grief that she lay down and sobbed on the grave of her brother, who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Lesleigh Coyer, 26, traveled to Washingtons Arlington National Cemetery with her parents on Monday to pay respects to her brother, Army Ranger Staff Sgt. Ryan Coyer, on the first anniversary of his death. Her only sibling served two tours of duty during the war
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How sad. God Bless this family, may they know peace.
My screen’s gone blurry all of a sudden....
Tears.....flowing. At this time, so many in this country do not care about the brave heroes who stand between us and the forces of evil from our enemies, from without and from within. Dear Lord, please turn your countenance to this once great country and again teach her citizens the difference between good and evil. Prayers for comfort for this young woman. I am heartbroken.
Losing someone you love is the heaviest of all crosses.
Unfortunately, Reuters photos are not allowed.
For years now I have told young folks asking me about joing the service, "DON'T". This is why.
Staff Sergeant Ryan Ryan F. Coyer
August 23, 1985 - March 12, 2012
Is it just me or does that photo remind anyone of the “Last Supper” painting?
Gee!...I wonder why our media won’t cover stories like these? We always get them from the British media. Our media is a joke!
The young man was born while I was in Boot Camp. Wow I’m old.
Thanks for the link
The obit lists Sua Sponte Foundation, P.O. Box 60281, Savannah, GA 31420 as place for donations.
I hear you. It blows your mind, doesn’t it?
Why do I keep thinking about that scummy woman who gave the finger to the Unknown Soldier at Arlington? My heart is breaking.
Bump for later
Unlimited sacrifice from humble beginnings. So very sad to see this happen over and over. Fine young people laying down their lives for an ungrateful and undeserving nation of more slugs than honorable people.
Our greatness is gone but great people sacrifice and live.
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