Our Patriot’s Journey


Our daughter-in-law took two of Robert’s cards and left them at Disney World.  They had gone there several times over the past years and it was one of Robert's favorite places to visit.  When his unit returned from Iraq in March, she went to Disney so as not to be a distraction from the many happy family reunions in North Carolina.


March 25, 2010 --

We found the picture of Robert at the Irish Pub in Downtown Disney.  Robert is a hero and a patriot.  We feel your grief.  We lost our son at the age of 18.  It is a feeling only parents understand that went through the terrible tragedy of losing a child.  Young or old, it is always a heartbreaking experience that leaves us in pain forever.  Robert will be in our prayers and so will the both of you.  We will leave this picture in the New Life Christian Church in Jamison, PA.


R & B B, Jamison, PA




Card found March 4, 2010 --

I found a picture of your son when my family and I were vacationing in Walt Disney World.  We found it at the Hall of Presidents in the American Pavilion at Epcot.  We took your picture with us and had lengthy conversations on where to place it next, and ultimately decided to bring him home to New Jersey with us.  The next time we would be visiting some place special to us would be the Jersey Shore when we take our annual summer vacation; but that is so long away and we didn’t want to stall your son’s travels.  So to make a very long story short, your son’s photo is on its way to Saint Marten via a co-worker of mine.  She will place it somewhere special to her and report back to you when she returns.


St. Maarten ... Lower Antilles

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