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

Robert W Ehney

Lexington, Kentucky

April 23, 2006

Age Military Rank Unit/Location
26 Army Sgt

7th Squadron, 10th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division

Fort Hood, Texas

 Killed in Taji, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near their HMMWV during combat operations.

From Jennifer 05/22/08:

my name is jennifer L formly M.i really don't know what to say other than i got board today and decided to start a yahoo account and messager.after that i thought i would try to look up some old friends.when i typed in one name i thought i was spelling it wrong,so i googled it both ways i thought it was spelled and when i got it right his name came up one your web site.when i clicked one and realilzed what i was looking at the tears just would'nt stop.Robert W Ehney.i can't belive he is gone.i can't begain to start about what kind of guy he was.even though i only dated him for a sort time,he has always had a special place in my heart.he joined the army to better him self and so his son could be proud of his dad,at least thats what he told me.he broke my heart that day he left.i wanted to beg him not to go,but i did'nt.i wacthed him walk down the stairs and get in his car,both of us crying,and i remeber thinking i'am never going to see him agian.i just didn't think that he would be takin from everyone.in the short time we where together he made me belive in love agian and made me fell love agian.if it was'nt for his love,i would'nt have been able to fallen in love like that agian.robert was the most kind and gental hearted man i knew.i mean what kind of man would sing u to sleep over the phone every night and dance with u in the park with hunderds of people around.robert will truly be missed but will forever live on in my heart and memorys.if there is any way possible to give this email to his parents i would just like to say for a guy who just wanted his son to be proud of his daddy,he was taken to soon and if nothing eles he touched at least one heart forever.

a broken heart

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