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My hero…

 is Chad Peebles. Chad is the son of Anthony and Nikki Peebles and is currently serving in the military as a Marine. Pam Doyle arranged for his flight home for Christmas, which was a surprise to some of Chad’s family. Thank you, Pam Doyle. Chad is one of the brave and patriotic young people serving in the defense of freedom overseas. Chad’s Dad,

Chad Peebles, My Hero!

Chad Peebles, My Hero!

Anthony Peebles served in the military and was sent to Grenada. Whenever we pass a soldier, sailor, marine, airman, or Coast Guard, let’s thank them for their service. For years now, whenever I encounter someone in uniform I say to them, “You are my hero.” It always brings a smile and that brightens my day.

The soldier above all others prays for peace, for it is the soldier who must suffer and bear the deepest wounds and scars of war. –Douglas MacArthur

How many ‘heroes’ are associated with Sheffield, Alabama? Honor them with a comment letting others have the chance to honor their service.

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2 responses

  1. Carolyn Murray Greer

    Operation ShoeBox has a store in central Florida. It was started by a mother who had iirc four children in the military when she learned of the needs of the service members.

    You can help without much effort. They ask for things like: writing letters to service men and women; sending crossword puzzles from the newspapers; sewing and putting together the bags they now use instead of shoeboxes.

    It is a wonderful organization. I have helped by buying from the store and by helping with the bags. I have also actively promoted their efforts.

    January 6, 2011 at 4:09 pm

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