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

Jimy M Malone

Wills Point, Texas

June 23, 2007

Age Military Rank Unit/Location
23 Army Sgt

2nd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division

Fort Hood, Texas

 Killed in Taji, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near their vehicle.

From Keith Smidt 10/24/07:

He served with me on our first tour in Iraq 2004-2005 with 2-8 Cav 1st Cavalry Division.
I had seen him while I was on leave before he deployed and I am glad I got to talk to him, that moment will always be with me forever. He will truly be missed but I know he loved being a soldier and was proud to serve his country.

SFC Schmidt

From the Texas Herald Banner heraldbanner.com 07/01/07:

Motorcade scheduled for fallen soldier

By Brad Kellar
Herald-Banner Staff
Local residents and businesses are being asked to provide a hero's tribute today for Sgt. Jimy Malone, 23, of Wills Point.
Malone died June 23 in Taji, Iraq, of wounds from an improvised explosive device detonated near has vehicle.
Malone's flight is scheduled to land at Majors Field Municipal Airport in Greenville at approximately 1 p.m. today. The procession, upon leaving the airport, is expected to turn north on FM 2101, then west on FM 1570 and continue west to Highway 34, then turn south.
Family members have asked that only invited guests be present at the airport for the arrival of Malone's casket. The family is also asking for those who can to line the route the procession will take from the airport toward Wills Point, dressed in red, white and blue and waving American flags, as a final farewell to Malone.
Members of the Patriot Guard Riders motorcycle club are expected to be part of the motorcade, which will end at the Allen Fuller Funeral Home in Wills Point. A public funeral/memorial service is scheduled for Tuesday at the Wills Point High School.
Posted by Brad Kellar 

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