In 2005 the remains of another man, Tech. Buy Bulk SMS Service Sgt. Patrick L. Shannon, were found and returned to his family in Oklahoma. Holland believes the others may have been taken captive and has even heard rumors they were transferred to Russia and could still be alive. She travels Buy Bulk SMS Service to Washington, D.C., frequently to review records and ferret out more information. We still don’t know Buy Bulk SMS Service what happened to him,” Holland said of her husband. “Maybe he did die on March 11, but I know, I’m absolutely positive that they could not account for everybody on that hill and I don’t know which ones.”
The attack and lingering questions Buy Bulk SMS Service about the men’s fate are chronicled in the book “One Day Too Late” by Timothy Castle. In it, he lauds Holland’s relentless work to get answers for the families and laments that so much remains unknown. Castle can’t attend Saturday’s ceremony but does plan to visit the memorial when he gets a chance. A letter from him will be read during the dedication. While there still is Buy Bulk SMS Service much to know, this memorial stands as a lasting tribute to her love,” Castle wrote of Holland.The idea Buy Bulk SMS Service for the Toledo memorial came about during a casual conversation with a relative who knew Mel Holland, said Ron Smith of the Lion’s Club. Mel was born in Vader and grew up in Toledo. He was part of the Toledo High Class of 1954 but dropped out before graduation and had enlisted in the Air Force by January of 1954.
Ann, orphaned at age 13, says Mel’s Buy Bulk SMS Service fun-loving personality and love made her “believe in the human race again,” after years of a hardscrabble existence on her own. He moved Ann and their five children to Woodland before shipping overseas. They had been married 11 Buy Bulk SMS Service years. Intrigued, Smith tracked Ann Holland down at her Woodland home and asked her to speak at a Buy Bulk SMS Service Lion’s Club meeting. And we were all on the edge of our seats,” he said of her speech about the mission, the attack and her quest for a answers. From there, it only seemed fitting to erect a memorial honoring the service of Mel and all the men at Site.