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Pease Greeters Guestbook

Pease Greeters Guestbook





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What a humbling experience to meet so many veterans representing duty, honor and sacrifice thru so many different wars. The vets, their families and other American Patriots were kind enough to be waiting for us when we redeployed from Afghanistan on Dec 7th 2014.
This was my 7th deployment and the first time I've ever experienced a welcoming party. They brought us food and gifts and "Dirty Sock" coffee. I fought back tears the entire time I was there. I was honored to meet Ray, a Korean War Vet, who shared his story with me. After many hugs, handshakes and tears on my part it was time to go.
I will remember this joyous occasion all of my life and will be inspired by the memories of these wonderful American Patriots for all my days. THANK YOU! from the bottom of my heart!


Added: December 8, 2014
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Thank you very much for such a warm welcome for us in the 45th Sustainment Brigade! God bless you all and thank you for the important mission you carry out every day!!

Added: December 3, 2014
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I would like to than k the Pease Greeters for their assistance during our unscheduled layover in New Hampshire on 1 Nov 2014. You made what could have been a nightmare immeasurably more tolerable with your generosity and attitude. I would also like to thank you for arranging the hotels who took us in for that night and to thank them as well. After the long flights, it was a relief to get some actual sleep. Ultimately, all you really did was give me and my family an excuse to go see New Hampshire in general and Portsmouth specifically. Thank you for your hospitality and kindness. Hopefully, one day, my family and I will make it back under more favorable circumstances..

Sincerely and with great thanks,
Henry Alau


Added: November 27, 2014
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Thank you to all of the volunteers that took time to welcome the 220th Engineers home on November 23rd. We are blessed to have such caring people support our soldiers. We can never repay you enough for your kindness and generousity.

Added: November 24, 2014
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I would like to thank the Peace Greeters for welcoming my Husband and his unit home yesterday. He is part of The National Guard 220th EN. CO. from Missouri that just returned from deployment. He was telling me what a warm and great feeling it was to see getting off the plane. It warms my heart to know that so so many people care; we as a family, thank you!

The Eversmeyer Family


Added: November 24, 2014
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Flight 11/7/14 , our son called stating he was going to be at Pease before he headed to his deployment destination, we were so overwelmed with great joy we hurried down to Portsmouth NH to see him. Not knowing what to expect, we had people waiting for us to let us know to hurry as the ceremony for the troops was about to start. That night was the one of the greatest nights and PeaseGreeters, we are so thankful for you and all that you do. The best part of the presentation is when they called my husband out on the floor to greet our son for the first time in almost a year. Steve was so excited to see his son, it was a blessed event for all of us to see. Thank you Pease Greeters and May you be Blessed always for your hard work and dedication. God Speed for you!! Sincerely The Hoffners.

Added: November 10, 2014
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Yesterday was my son's birthday and the only way I could wish him a happy birthday was a text and a phone call. I was brought to tears when he described the greeting he received from you. He was honored and touched by your heartfelt generosity and I am thankful you made him feel special as he left on his first deployment. In a time when there is so much focus on what is negative in the world, people like you remind us of what is important and good in the world. Thank you and bless you for all you do for our troops. We will never forget it.

Added: November 8, 2014
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I want to thank you all so very much for all you do. About an hour ago I received a final text from my son before he got on the plane for his first deployment. He told me about these wonderful people that greeted him and his unit and wanted me to know that they (you all) were there to see him off for me. I feel very blessed that you all were there to support my son and his unit and it meant the world to him. I want you to know how much you are appreciated and how important what you do is. Thank you Pease Greeters.
From a very proud Air Force mom.


Added: November 8, 2014
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My boys have both served, and I can only hope that you were there to greet them when they shipped out and returned! I think what you do is amazing and I thank you all from the bottom of my heart!

I wish more of your appreciation was shared in our country. I fly my flags every day in appreciation. Thank you all!


Added: November 2, 2014
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I have just found this website. Me and my unit came theough here in 2011 on our way back to the UK. At 2am we were led into an airport loung with one guy stood in the corner. He said"theres some people who want to see you" He opened the door behind us and the whole airport tunnel was lined with what seemed like hundreds of people clapping us and shaking our hands. I have never had an experience like this before and probably wont again.... And at 2 o clock in the morning, on a school night!
The pease greeters do such a fantastic thing and Im sure I speak on behalf of anyone having had the pleasure of these people, when I extend my gratitude and sincere thanks to everyone involved.

PS. The star from the US flag and the woolen hat that I was given sit pride of place in my new home as a civilian.


Added: November 1, 2014
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