Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Nebraska's Fallen Heroes Marsh




 CITIZENS OF CLAY COUNTY INVITE YOU TO VISIT AND REFLECT
The Nebraska Memorial to the service men and women from Nebraska killed in the Southwest Asian wars.

Ours with Sutton and Clay County connections


Linda Tarango-Griess 

Army Sgt. 1st Class Linda Ann Tarango-Griess, age 33, was killed on July 11, 2005 in Sumarra, Iraq will serving with the 267th Ordnance Company of the Nebraska National Guard.


Sgt 1st Class Linda Tarango-Griess' story is told by The Military Times here.


Killed in the same incident was Sgt. Jeremy Fischer, 26 of Lincoln and of the Karnatz family from south Clay County and Nuckolls County. Jeremy is buried in the Ong Cemetery.







Sgt. Jeremy Fischer of Lincoln and the Karnatz
family of the south Clay and Nuckolls County
areas. 
Sgt. Fischer's story is here.

The Fallen Heroes Marsh memorial to Nebraskans killed in the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars is at the Duck’s Unlimited Verona Complex southwest of Sutton. The memorial was dedicated in September, 2009.

Names of Nebraska's Fallen Heroes of recent conflicts.
The memorial is six miles west of Sutton on Highway 6 then two miles south on Road R to Road 315 and then ¼ mile west of the intersection of Road R and Road 315. The memorial is in an austere setting at a hunting location recognizing the interests of Adam Herold, the inspiration for the memorial.


















Background information and the story of the dedication can be found at:




The Memorial is 1/4 mile west of the intersection of Road R and Road 315, in a graveled area north of the road.

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