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Pease Greeters Guestbook

Pease Greeters Guestbook





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I want to thank pease greeters for the warm welcome with signs, food and phone calls home today for my son and his shipmates that are coming home from their recent deployment! He said that it put smiles on all of their faces to be greeted stateside! I know I'm one happy mama having received a phone call today from him after only getting hit or miss emails and him being deployed over the holidays! Thank you so much!

Added: January 18, 2016
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Our son is in the US Army on his first deployment. He sent a text with the Peasegreeters business card. He said we should email you and request a copy of the flight pictures. He is en route from Ft. Sill, OK to the United Arab Emerites. Thank you, Pease Greeters for your support, and acknowledgement of our troops.

Added: December 29, 2015
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Thank you so much for being there for my grandson when he came back from Germany Saturday. I had never heard of your organization before but am so happy for you to do what you do for our servicemen and women.

Added: December 21, 2015
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Thank you for being there when we couldn't be, to welcome our Son back home to the States! You are appreciated!!!

Added: December 20, 2015
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My brother is on his to Afghanistan right now. He just called me and was astonished by the hospitality of the greeters. he told me over and over how wonderful it was to be greeted. There was even a metal of honor recipient that told him "atta boy". I cannot explain the delight in his voice as he was talking to me about your group. Thank You soo soo much for being there for him and all the other troops coming in or going out.

Added: November 27, 2015
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I recently flew through your beautiful town on my way to Afghanistan on 20 Nov 2015. I'm actually still in transit to my final destination, but I just had to drop a line to express my deep appreciation for all that the Pease Greeters did for myself and my fellow soldiers. This being my 5th year long deployment, there are many things that just become routine to the point of becoming mundane. The reception we received on the 20th however put everything in a different perspective. I have never been as humbled as when we first entered your terminal to the roaring applause of New Hampshire's finest Patriots! I left there with a sense of pride that I thought had dulled over time. You really put everything in perspective for us all. Thanks so much for the support love you showed to us on that day!

I have one request--an older gentleman by the name of "Louie" asked if he could have his picture taken with me on that day. Louie told me he was "84 years old going on 50"--and I believe it! He had a beautiful black Labrador on a leash who was just as loving as his master. Of course I said yes to the picture (and I would love to have a copy!----but could you please tell Louie the honor--the absolute honor--was all mine?

This was my 1st trip through New Hampshire, but it will not be my last! I may have just found a future home. Thank you Pease Greeters, and God bless you all!


Added: November 22, 2015
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On behalf of our son, 1Lt. Dan Berkowitz and the 1-68 AR, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, we want to thank the Pease Greeters and Korean War Veterans for such an amazing welcome on Sunday, November 8, 2015!!! You are all a First Class Act and the love you have in your hearts for our military members on deployment!!! God Bless you all!!!!

Added: November 12, 2015
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Thank you! Today was a very special day, our son was returning from a 10 month deployment in Kuwait, all we knew was the wheels up approximate time and there was a possibility that they would refuel in Portsmouth. We made the trek on a whim...and it payed off. Just North of Worcester we received a phone call from our son that he was at Pease...pedal down and no traffic we arrived at the airport within the hour. The amazing Pease Greeters were already in the ceremony welcoming home our sons unit. The Greeters directed us to the ceremony, recognized that we were family, stopped the festivities while they called out our son so we could see him in front of his entire unit. I returned from deployment 19 times in a 30 year Navy career, but this one will be the Welcome Home that I will always remember and cherish. The Pease Greeters were nothing less than spectacular. When everything was done and the Soldiers boarded for their return to Colorado we were escorted to the "Fence" for the Fence Force departure. I thank each and every Greeter, what you do matters, it makes a difference, and it is very special. Hat's off! HUZZAH!!! CMDCM(SS) Ret. Mike and Gina Greaney

Added: October 31, 2015
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We stopped in on 26 Sept 2015. I really want to say thank you to all the nice people who greeted us with open arms. I really enjoyed the informative. It was awesome to hear how involved you guys are with so many organizations out there. We at F Co 2/124 just want to once again say thank you :o :o

Added: October 24, 2015
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Hello, and thank you for the AWESOME experience we had when passing through on September 26th 2015 on our way to Africa. The kindness and generosity of the greeters was second to none! The experience is still talked about toady by the group that stopped in NH and were greeted by your team! It was a good experience for me because I was able to talk to the WWII Vets that were in attendance that night.

Thank you for all the hard work and dedication the greeter team puts into making the Soldiers feel special. It is greatly appreciated by ALL Soldiers who pass through and have the privilege of walking down Heros' Walk!

Thanks again, and God Bless you all!


Added: October 8, 2015
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