May 7, 2016

Celebrate | Welcome Home!


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We are so thankful Norman is home.
It can now be shared that First Lieutenant Hopkins was serving in Kuwait and Iraq.
It was with proud and grateful hearts we read the document explaining where he was and what he did when leading engineering missions. Thank You, God, for Norman.

Photo Source: Dwayne & Melodie Hopkins

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16 comments:

  1. Thank you First Lt. Hopkins for your generous gift to our country. Signed, One grateful citizen.

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    1. I passed your message along to the family. Thank you, Bernadette.

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  2. Yes, this: Thank you First Lt. Hopkins for your generous gift to our country. Signed, One grateful citizen.
    Enjoy having him home!

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    1. Thank you so much for your message, Tara. I sent it along to them.

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  3. Melodie,
    Thank you for sharing the photos and news.
    The photo of your arms around Norman melts my heart.
    Wish all of us could be in Maine to celebrate!
    xo

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  4. I know you are grateful, as are all of us, for his coming home, and then send thanks from me for his service. This is the best celebration!

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    1. Thank you so much, Linda. I sent your messages along to the family. He is now engaged! Lots of excitement!

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  5. Such a celebration! Please extend my gratitude to your soldier Norman.

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  6. What a wonderful celebration! I'm so glad he is safely home. I'm thankful for his service.

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    1. Thank you, Crystal. I have passed the messages on to his family.

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  7. The coming home celebration is wonderful! Our country is very proud of its soldiers who stand for what we believe in.

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  8. PTL!!!!! My brother is a soldier and when they are gone it's a very trying time. Thank the Lord that he put his loving hands around him, keeping him safe from all harm.

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    1. Oh Maria, your brother is a soldier! This is all so very close to your heart.

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  9. Thank you, everyone, for your loving words.

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