Thoughts left by those who visited Anthony Robert Bosh Memorial
My brother, found by my son while surfing the web. He was born in Sewickley, Pa and joined the service in Long Beach.
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity of traveling to Washington D.C. which subsequently led to my visit of the Vietnam Memorial dedicated to those honorable and noble soldiers whom died in service to our great, independent nation. For some reason, the name of Anthony R. Bosh surfaced from that carved sea of names and is constantly being recalled in my mind. I feel privileged to have the technology that led me to this online memorial and I canít really explain or express why Anthony R. Bosh will forever be in my memory. Thank you Mr. Bosh and everyone whom have died so that we may continue to live in freedom, I am humbled and honored to have fatefully discovered such a brave soul. From my all my heart- M.H. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
i was just surfing and found this page by accident. any service man who lost his/her life in combat should not ever be forgotten, for there sacrifice is one of the most precios gifts we as americans can have. to you mr bosh and every service member who lost there life in the service of our country you have my greatist and heart felt thanks. god bless