Johnson, Timothy L.
Age:24
Hometown:Randolph
County:Cattaraugus
State:New York
 
Last Residence:
Schools:
Spouse:Brittany Johnson
Children:
Parents:Cheryl Johnson
 
Branch:Army
Rank:Specialist
Era:Afghanistan
Military History:1st Battalion, 66th Armor Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, For Carson, Colorado. Enlisted November 2007.
DOD:09/16/2010
Death Details:Died in Kandahar, Afghanistan of wounds suffered when insurgetns attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device at Arghandab River Valley, Afghanistan.
Cemetery:Inglewood Park Cemetery, Inglewood, California
 
Added On:10/09/2010
Source:Department of Defense, Daily Breeze

Guestbook for Timothy L. Johnson

TRICIA WISCHMANN posted on 09/26/2010 8:07 AM

MY CONDOLENCE GOES OUT TO THE FAMILY WITH MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY.

HIS SACRIFICE WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN HE WILL ALWAYS BE OUR HERO .

GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AT YOUR TIME OF LOSS

FROM A SOLDIERS WISH LIST / WISCONSIN

TRICIA WISCHMANN
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THE ROSE BEYOND THE WALL

NEAR SHADY WALL A ROSE ONCE GREW BUDDED AND BLOSSOMED IN GODS FREE LIGHT. WATERED AND FED BY MORNING DEW SHEDDING ITS SWEETNESS DAY AND NIGHT.

AS IT GREW AND BLOSSOMED FAIR AND TALL SLOWLY RAISING TO LOFTIER HEIGHT IT CAME TO A CREVICE IN THE WALL.
THROUGH WHICH THERE SHONE A BEAM OF LIGHT.

ONWARD IT CREPT WITH ADDED STRENGTH WITH NEVER A THOUGHT OF FEAR OR PRIDE IT FOLLOWED THE LIGHT THROUGH THE CREVICE - LENGHT AND UNFOLDED ITSELF ON THE OTHER SIDE.

THE LIGHT, THE DEW , THE BROADENING VIEW WERE FOUND THE SAME AS THEY WERE BEFORE , AND IT LOST ITSELF IN BEAUTIES NEW BREATHING ITS FRAGRANCE MORE AND MORE .

SHALL CLAIM OF DEATH CAUSE US TO GRIEVE AND MAKE OUR COURAGE FAINT OR FALL ? NAY LET US FAITH AND HOPE RECEIVE , THE ROSE STILL GROWS BEYOND THE WALL.

SCATTERING FRAGRANCE FAR AND WIDE JUST AS IT DID IN THE DAYS OF YORE , JUST AS IT DID ON THE OTHER SIDE ,
JUST AS IT WILL FOREVERMORE .



He which hath no stomach to this fight let him depart. But we in it shall be remembered. We few, we happy few, we band of brothers!! For he today, that sheds his blood with me, shall always be my brother”. Rest in peace my Brothers, you have not been forgotten. (W.Shakespeare)


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