Operation Iraqi Freedom, Fallen Heroes, Iraq War 03/19/03

Richard A Burdick

Richard A Burdick

National City, California

December 10, 2003

Age Military Rank Unit/Location
24 Army SSG

Company C, 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)

Fort Campbell, Kentucky

Mosul, Iraq.   Burdick was in a convoy when his vehicle was hit by an improvise explosive device.   He died as a result of his wounds.
From Jeniffer Burdick 12/16/04:

My name is Jeniffer Burdick. I am the wife of SSG. Richard Burdick and I would like to request to have these pictures and Articles posted on your site. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your wonderful site.

Our Duaghter is 7yrs old. Her name is Angel Lynn Burdick. Our Son is 5, Micheal Sean Burdick.

If any of you knew Richard or just want to message the family; please email them at Jenifferburdick@yahoo.com .

 

Added 05/19/06

AP News

Richard Burdick's father served in Vietnam, his grandfather in World War II and Korea, and his great-grandfather in World War I. On Dec. 10, Richard was fatally injured when his vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in Mosul, Iraq. He was stationed at Fort Campbell. His wife, Jennifer, survives.

From:
Good Morning,
 
My name is Leslie Deese, Executive Assistant to the City Manager for the City of National City, California.  Mr. Burdick was from National City, CA.  The City would like to honor Mr. Burdick in some way, but we don't have a way to reach his family (wife Jennifer or if his parents are still alive, are they in NC).  I've tried the military, Red Cross, information, etc. but am not able to get any contact information.
 
Any assistance you could provide would be very helpful. 
 
Thank you very much!
 
Leslie
 
 
Leslie Deese
Executive Assistant to the City Manager
City of National City
1243 National City Blvd.
National City, CA 91950
(619) 336-4242

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