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family needs help to find friends of KIA Marine

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    PLEASE pass this on so that we can hope to locate the two Marine friends of Aaron’s below to inform them of Aaron’s passing. Thank you.*

    Aaron Iversen of Flower Mound, Texas was killed on Friday, November 12th, 2004 near Baghdad, Iraq when a RPG mortar hit the windshield that he was driving. He was working for EODT and provided project specific security in support of logistics activities at a forward operating base outside of Falluja.

    Aaron was a SGT in the Marine Corps and served an honorable 10 years with an an additional 2 years in the Marine Corps Reserves as a SSGT.

    He proudly served:

    5th BN, 11th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division in 29 Palms, California

    Headquarters Battery, 12th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division in Camp Schwab, Okinawa

    HQ Squadron 90, Marine Aviation Training Support Group 90, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Station, Memphis, Millington, Tennessee

    Marine Aircraft Group 26, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Corps Air Station, New River; Jacksonville, North Carolina and Camp Lejeune

    Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 41, Marine Air Group 41, Fort Worth, Texas

    Aaron is survived by his wife Sandra, daughter Victoria (Tori) and son, Matthew (Matt).

    Church Services will be held at 11:00 AM on Monday, November 22nd at:

    Northway Christian Church

    7202 W. Northwest Highway

    Dallas, TX 75225

    Senior Minister: Dr. Douglas B. Skinner


    Funeral Services will be held at 1:00 PM on Monday, November 22nd at:

    Dallas – Ft. Worth National Cemetery

    2000 Mountain Creek Parkway

    Dallas, TX

    Contact: Diana at 214-467-3374 ext. 203

    Flowers or Cards for the family can be sent to:

    Flower Mound Family Funeral Home

    3550 Firewheel Drive

    Flower Mound, TX 75028

    Director: Cecil Dalton


    Aaron's brother, Steve, a former Army Special Forces Soldier, is a friend of my Dad's and specifically went to my Dad asking for assistance with the Marine Corps. I was told by the family that Aaron absolutely loved his Marine Corps and was proud to be a Marine.

    There are two long lost Marine buddies that Aaron was trying to get back in touch that the family would like to inform of his passing. If any of you know these Marines, PLEASE contact me immediately and I will get them in touch with the family. You Marines have resources within one another that I do not so, ANY efforts to help locate them would be VERY MUCH APPRECIATED!!!

    The two Marines they would like to get in touch with are:

    Dewart Hughes - he knew Aaron in Okinawa

    Craig Spevel - met at Fort Sill, Artillery Training and since

    Dave Randolph, also a former Marine was riding with Aaron and sadly, was also killed in the attack.

    EODT has posted a press release on their website at:

    Christina Allen
    Semper Fidelis

    George T. Curtis