Tribute To A Courageous Young Man

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Feb 24, 2007 6:45 am

who chose to serve his country rather than himself:


http://www.underthecounter.net/archives/2007/02/knownsoldie r.html


You've got to respect a kid like this and be very sad about what happened whether you're a hawk, dove, or in the middle over what's going on in the middle east.


I didn't know Jimmy Regan but am appreciative and in awe of his courage. If you currently have clients who are veterans or relatives of veterans, please take a little extra time/caution managing their money. There are many ways you can say "thank you" or serve without picking up a rifle.

Feb 24, 2007 9:35 am

It takes more than just brass ba11s and courage to do that. It's a

completely selfless act. It's guys like that which makes our country great.

Feb 27, 2007 12:07 am
ymh_ymh_ymh:

who chose to serve his country rather than himself:


http://www.underthecounter.net/archives/2007/02/knownsoldie r.html


You've got to respect a kid like this and be very sad about what happened whether you're a hawk, dove, or in the middle over what's going on in the middle east.


I didn't know Jimmy Regan but am appreciative and in awe of his courage. If you currently have clients who are veterans or relatives of veterans, please take a little extra time/caution managing their money. There are many ways you can say "thank you" or serve without picking up a rifle.



Well said.