19:03 04-12-2009

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Victims of Victory
Hallo Dennis en Gerda,

Bedankt voor jullie bericht in ons gastenboek, jullie website is ook heel mooi en respectvol neergezet.
We zullen tzt jullie link toevoegen aan onze links die verwijzen naar WW II slachtoffers of beter gezegd helden.
Vergeten mogen we ze nooit, zij die vochten voor onze vrijheid.

13:10 30-11-2009
Alfred en Elly Saak

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Lieve Dennis, Gerda en Denise
We hebben met veel belangstelling naar jullie geweldig initiatief gekeken en zouden het fijn vinden eens met jullie in contact te komen om jullie verhaal te horen. Het is geweldig dat jullie dit doen! Hopelijk gauw een keer tot ziens.
Alfred en Elly Saak
11:40 26-11-2009
Michael Green
Dear Dennis, Gerda and Denise,

This is a wonderful website full of your passion and love for those who are forever resting overseas. Thank you for helping people never forget.

Semper Fidelis,

Michael Green
00:23 25-11-2009
Natalie Tanner
Dear Dennis, Gerda and Denise,
My cousin, Rick Turley, just forwarded us the emails and attachments you sent him. My Mom is Grant M. Turley's sister and I can't wait to tell her about what you're doing, and show her your website. What a wonderful thing you're doing in helping the world remember these incredible young Men and Women who gave the ultimate sacrifice for freedom, their country and the world. We are all blessed because of them, and because of what you're doing. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
Natalie Tanner
15:59 24-11-2009
Justin Houser
Dear Dennis and Gerda,
Thanks so much for your work in honoring our World War II heroes, and preserving their memory! It has been wonderful working with you on Richard H. Gentzel !!! Keep in touch! Best wishes from Justin Houser.
19:33 16-10-2009
16:39 11-10-2009
Noella Lormans
Dear Dennis & Gerda,
I just came across your website when looking on internet for some info about a paratrooper I have adopted the grave in the American Cemetery of Neupré in Belgium. I was directed to an article published on your site by Frank W van Lunteren about F Company Patrol of 6 Oct 1944. He mentioned the second Lieutenant Robert V Heneisen (504th Parachute Infantry Regiment - 82nd Airborne Division) who wwas killed during this patrol. I have adopted the grave of Robert V Heneisen and I was wondering if you would have more information on what happened to him or if you would know who I should contact that would be able to help me. I am trying to find out what happened to him. I am already trying to find out if he has still some family lef tin the States. I have adopted several graves in the 2 American cemeteries in Belgium and I am already in contact with 2 families of 2 airmen I have adopted the graves. Your help or any information would be very much appreciated.
Alvast bedankt voor uw hulp en moiete en proficiaat voor uw website (sorry maar mijn nederlands is een beetje beperkt om alles in het nederlands uit te leggen.
Luik, België
08:38 02-10-2009
Vanderdonckt Ph.

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Prachtig eerbetoon Dennis en Gerda.


Ronse, België
16:58 01-10-2009
Mindy Kettner
Tomorrow Oct. 2 it will be 65 years since Dan W. Means died fighting for freedom. Thank you again for remembering him.

Your Friend,
23:11 18-09-2009
Jim Hennessey
Bayonne-New Jersey-U.S.A.
17:05 26-08-2009
Frans Meijers
Beste Dennis en Gerda,
Proficiat met zo'n mooi uitgevoerde site.
In het gedeelte DATA BaSE , zou ik het blauw van de link sites in een andere kleur vervangen, deze zijn zeer moeilijk te ontcijferen.
Voor de verdere rest chapeau.
20:15 29-07-2009
Heeey luitjes, gave site man!! Ben gelijk gaan kijken! Mooi man!!
Liefs en tot gauw en de groetjes van Mario en Ange
21:20 10-07-2009
Richard Luijk
Hallo Dennis en Gerda,

Ik heb met jullie gesproken op de begraafplaats in Margraten en ben er inmiddels achter dat ik niet alleen les aan jou gegeven heb, maar dat we ook samen in 2003 bij SFOR 14 hebben gezeten. Daar was ik groepscomm. OTM. Zo zie je maar weer de wereld is klein...

Inderdaad zoals vele al geschreven hebben is jullie site erg indrukwekkend. Super!! Als ik jullie ergens mee kan helpen, of als jullie een keer een presentatie willen bijwonen dan lijkt me dat heel leuk.

De boeken waar ik veel informatie uit heb gehaald zijn:
"D-Day in zuid Limburg" isbn 9068200054
"Kruizen in de wind" van Kap. Shomon
"US army in zuid Limburg" via de heer Gouverne in Maarheze.

Deze man heeft heel veel onderzoek gedaan over de Amerikanen in de 2e wereldoorlog. Verder heeft hij wat ingangen bij de Amerikaanse instanties. Als je wilt kan ik je wel eens met hem in contact brengen.

Richard Luijk
16:33 23-06-2009
Kirk Bradford
Dear Dennis and Gerda-
I am a first cousin of Mindy Kettner. My father is a brother to Mindy's mother. Before my father, Bill Bradford, passed away he often told stories of his youth and early adult life in McLouth, Ks. Many of his stories were about the brothers Robert and Dan Means. He said that Robert and Dan were two of the most talented young men he ever knew and they had many interests. Unfortunately, the small town of McLouth, population 500, lost many men in World War II and Dan Means was one of those killed in action.
I also am a good friend with Alan Feldhausen and we were amazed when he told me of his recent visit to the American Cemetery. It was such a coincidence that our conversation revealed the connection between his time with Michael Green and me being a relative to Lt. Dan Means.

Thank you very much for your kindness to the Means family. As I grow older I learn more and more about history and the sacrifices that our soldiers made to keep our freedom. Through your efforts and love our history will continue to teach others. God bless.
Kirk Bradford
Marysville, Ks
04:33 22-06-2009
Alan Feldhausen
Dennis and Gerda,

You are two very thoughtful people. My brother and I had the pleasure of visiting The Ardennes Cemetery in April, and were taken to Lieutenant Means gravesite by retired U. S. Marine, Superintendant Michael Green. He told us the story of your adoption. We have no relatives buried there, but by coincidence, after I returned to Kansas I learned that a good friend of mine is a relative of Lt. Means. Your kindness means so, so much to this family. As you probably know, Michael Green is on a mission to spread the word about the importance of paying homage to these fallen soldiers. My brother and I are telling Michaels story to everyone we can. The story of you and your wife taking the time and energy to tend these graves on behalf of their American families was already part of what we tell others to help with Michael's mission. Your efforts and those of this caring retired U. S. Marine bring goosebumps, tears, and strong heartfelt emotion to many. Thanks for what you do for these families.
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