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Cheryl Lee Patrick Mother of Cherished Son SSG Patrick Lee Lybert KIA 21 June 2006, Afghanistan
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"I Drive Your Truck" Backstory

News Link: Very Honored to have Patrick and Patrick's Truck included in "I Drive Your Truck" on CNN The Lead With Jake Tapper today http://thelead.blogs.cnn.com/2013/11/07/i-drive-your-truck-cma-song-fallen-veteranSee More
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It's too emotional for me to write a review: all I can say is get your copy. Thank you to Jake Tapper ABC News Correspondent, Author sincere of heart , spent endless hours of research, personal contact w/ Veterans, Families and Military to write THE…
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"Hi Joe, I don't get on here a lot. I noticed you had joined. Hope all is well w/ you."
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Ladysmith,Wisconsin
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Iraq, Afghanistan

SSG Patrick Lee Lybert

SSG Patrick Lee Lybert
3-71 Cavalry 10th MTN DIV (Recon)
KIA 21 Jun 2006 Gowardesh, Afghanistan

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"I Drive Your Truck" Backstory

News Link: Very Honored to have Patrick and Patrick's Truck included in "I Drive Your Truck" on CNN The Lead With Jake Tapper today http://thelead.blogs.cnn.com/2013/11/07/i-drive-your-truck-cma-song-fallen-veteran

Posted on November 9, 2013 at 5:06pm

September 29th, 2008 SSG Patrick Lybert's Birthdate

Son, today is the 31st date of your birth.



How we miss you. Words cannot explain.



When a babe you loved when I sang for you. You remain " My only Sunshine".



We shall never fail to speak your name, to remember the warmth of your smile, depth of laugh, twinkle in blue of your eye, bear hugs,strength of your conviction and sacrifice for all.



We continue our pledge to your memory to always advocate for troop support. Your name and honor is remembered by… Continue

Posted on September 29, 2008 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

GREENBAY PACKER GAME COURTESY OF MILLER ELECTRIC MFG CO

For those of you at the Appleton gathering this past April, you know I won the four Greenbay Packer Tickets Miller Electric Mfg Co gifted BT-RO for August 28th vs the Tennessee Titans.



It was hard to narrow down family to take with me. Patrick's brother, my son Noah was a given, then my Dad Robert Patrick as he had never been. Rounding out our foursome was Jessica Hamilton, my niece, Patrick's cousin. She had always been his "woodtick" and watched many a game at his… Continue

Posted on August 29, 2008 at 11:30pm

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At 8:23am on April 15, 2008, Dennis and Belle Wichlacz said…
It was my pleasure. Making the quilts brings me peace during my times of turmoil and bonds me with the families that receive them. I practically ran to the quilt shop to let the ladies know how happy everyone was to receive thier quilt. They too like to know their loving arms reach you.
At 5:17am on April 16, 2008, Lisa Bixler said…
Hello Cheryl! I see you got your page up and running; it is beautiful. We think of you & Noah often and hope you are doing as well as can be expected. Thanks for the friend "invite"; we couldn't be in better company!
At 10:13am on June 27, 2008, CPL Rachael Lorraine Hugo said…
Hi Cheryl :D

I see your online...I like the new feature!
Thank you for all the comments you have left for us!!
Concerning your latest message about the Sullivans, I TOTALLY agree with you.

I truly believe that the "Wearied look on their faces" relates to their opposition of the war in Iraq more than anything.

You are right when you talk about educating the "lost generations." This is why I am reaching out to our youth by going to history classes in our schools here in Madison to talk to the kids about the sacrificecs our Soldiers make for us, and them!

There are some kids who obviously just don't care but, there are many who do. When I explain to them that when it comes to our Soldiers, who have NO SAY in the matter, and what they, and our families go through, they suddenly have a different outlook on life, the wars, and what it means to truly sacrifice EVERYTHING for the freedom they and their parents enjoy, and take for granted, but also that of Mankind.

In closing, let me say, for the record, your son is my son!
I read the article you posted from your local paper about your son, and his SELFLESS actions that fateful day. He is WITHOUT QUESTION, one of my Heros, and he DESERVES the 3rd highest award our Nation can bestow upon a Soldier...The Silver Star!

May God bless Patrick, Rachael, Nathen Vacho, and all our Fallen, Wounded, and Fighting Warriors...and may the Good Lord bless the United States of America!

PS...I would like to talk with you when you have the time. You and our other family members may call me at 608-345-6464. If I don't answer, leave me a message with your phone #, and a good time to reach you. I am avaliable between the hours of 10 AM - 2 PM weekdays, and 10 AM - 8 PM on Weekends
At 10:43pm on September 18, 2008, Brenda, Randy & Danny Novak said…
Hi Cheryl,
I was watching the McCain/Palin visit on TV tonight and I heard them mention Cheryl Lee Patrick, so I listened close. I heard John mentioned Patrick and the note you sent him along with a dog tag. What a great way to keep Patricks memory alive. Hugs, Brenda
At 11:29am on April 21, 2009, Michael Weaver said…
Cheryl ~ So good to see you at the Conference this past weekend. I wish we could have spent mort time together. Once again, it was our EXTREME honor to stand for Patrick and ALL of the FALLEN and their families. Blessings, Michael Weaver, Patriot Guard, SRC, N.E.WI. ~

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