Pease Greeters Guestbook
Pease Greeters GuestbookSubmitted by
Name: Asaba owerri
Just wanted to say thank you for welcoming my son and the rest of his group last night as they arrived back to the states on Valentines day. He called me and told me all about his experience and how awesome you guys are. It makes me feel so much better knowing he had such a warm welcome from everyone. Once again thank you for being there for our troops as they come home.
Added: February 15, 2015Submitted by
Name: Faye Lynne Hoffner
From: Farmington NH
Feb 1st. 2015. Our 2nd amazing experience with the Pease Greeters. You all are a wonderful bunch of folks that we are so very blessed to know. Thank you JoAnne, Bud, Mr D, Tony, Bill, Frank, Mary, Cynthia, and so many more that have made our time very special. May you the Lord continue to bless each and everyone of you for all you do. My husband Steve and I are forever grateful. My step-son as I do call him my son came home this day and the time we all had with him was as I've said amazing and very special. Thank you again! Take Care! and again may you and your families be blessed for all you do!
Mr & Mrs Steve & Faye Hoffner
Added: February 4, 2015Submitted by
Name: Steve and Marla Neuman
From: Spokane, WA/Phoenix, AZ
Our son (and about 300 other troops) returned to the US, Jan 31, 2015 and was greeted by your warm and generous group. He told us about everything you provided for them and how appreciative they were of your amazing hospitality. What a wonderful organization you have there. Thank you so much for looking after our son!! We will be eternally grateful for your kindness!
Steve and Marla Neuman
Added: February 2, 2015Submitted by
Name: Anita Guerra
From: Temple, TX
Name: Sharon L. Genser
From: Gibsonia, PA
Our son, a Navy Riverine based in Little Creek, VA, left for Dubai and Kuwait on January 22, 2014. He called me from the airport in New Hampshire and was happy to be greeted by your group and was grateful for the breakfast provided! He texted me with the name of your website, and I found his picture. It is wonderful what your group is doing for our service members--seeing them off to deployment and also on their return. It certainly must make them feel good to receive your greetings. Thank you again for your time and concern for America's finest!
Added: January 30, 2015Submitted by
Name: Amy Sutton
Thank you so very much for the send off you gave to my son and his unit this morning. From the warm smiles and handshakes to the food and stars, you made his experience memorable. He will take with him into theater the knowledge that there are still so many citizens, true patriots, back home supporting him and his fellow Soldiers. With all my heart, thank you.
Added: January 30, 2015Submitted by
Name: Jade Rouzeau
I spoke with my husband this morning and it was such a pleasant surprise that your organization was waiting for them this morning with smiles, breakfast, conversation and parting tokens of appreciation for their service. After emotional goodbyes with their families, service-members really need a morale boost. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. It was nice to hear the happiness in his voice. When he's happy, we are happy. Congrats on greeting #799 since 2005. Keep up the great work!
Added: January 23, 2015Submitted by
Name: EGIDIO FERRARA
From: WRENTHAM, MA 02093
Hi guys, I'm proud of what you are doing for our troops! My older son served in Guantanamo and Iraq, came home in 2008 and still serving. He had the surge to serve our country in 2001 after 911. Needless to say his mother and I are very proud of our son for what he was willing to do for our country. Well, he learned from me his father. I served in Viet Nam 68-69 and unfortunately I came home to an hostile America! Thank God my son is welcomed home...again thank you!!!
Added: January 20, 2015Submitted by
Name: Michelle Whitlock
From: Fort Leonard Wood, MO
It was such an honor and blessing to see the Pease Greeters as we approached the airport for our return from Afghanistan 23 November 2014. This was my second deployment, but the first time I had ever been greeted (coming or going). I could not shake hands in that line any longer because tears were starting to fill my eyes, something I won't do in uniform. Thank you for your volunteering and hospitality while we waited to head back home. It had been a very long flight, and you made our day so much sweeter. Thank you!
Added: January 7, 2015