These are the fallen soldiers recognized by WISH-TV as beingfrom Indiana. In some cases they were born in Indiana and moved outof state. In other cases they were born in other statesand moved to or lived in Indiana for a period of time.
1: Feb 6 - Army National Guard Spc. Brian Michael Clemens,19, Kokomo. Died when his Humvee overturned near CampArifjan, Kuwait..
**2: March 17, 2003. Navy Petty Officer Jason Profitt, 23,of Charlestown, died of a non-combat injury while in the RedSea. His name was added to the Indiana dead in Feb. 04 whenthe military revised figures.
3: March 23 - Marine Lance Cpl. David Fribley, 26, of Atwood -near Warsaw -- was among nine Marines killed in ambush near AnNasiriyah, about 230 miles southwest of Baghdad.
4: March 24 - Army Spc. Gregory P. Sanders, 19, Hobart.Was shot and killed by a sniper about 70 miles south ofBaghdad.
5: March 31 - Army National Guard Spc. William A. Jeffries, 39,of Evansville, died at a hospital in Spain after suffering a bloodclot in his lung and acute pancreatis in Kuwait.
6: April 4 - Marine Sgt. Duane Rios, 25, of Griffith, was shotin a firefight on the eastern edge of Baghdad.
7:April 23 - Army Spc. Roy Buckley, 24, Portage, died in a truckaccident in Baghdad.
8: May 10 - Marine Lance Cpl. Matthew R. Smith, 20, Anderson.Died when the Humvee he was driving crashed while in a convoy inKuwait.
9: June 7 - Army Pvt. Jesse M. Halling, 19, Indianapolis. Killed in an attack on a military police station in Tikrit,Iraq. 02 Ben Davis grad.
10: June 16 - Army Pvt. Shawn Pahnke, 25, [Wife fromShelbyville--He is from Ill, but recently lived in Shelbyville],was shot and killed by a sniper while on patrol in Baghdad.
11: July 7 -- Specialist Chad Keith, 21, Batesville. Killed inIraq while traveling in convoy that was attacked.
12: July 8--Army Natl. Guard Sgt. Craig Boling, 38, Elkhart dieswhile eating dinner with his unit in Iraq.
13: July 8--Army Private Robert McKinley, 23, Kokomo. Diesof heat stroke suffered in Iraq
**14: Aug 5-National Guard Staff Sgt. David Lloyd of Jackson,Tennessee. Was Terre Haute native. Had heartattack.
15: Aug. 25--Army Spc. Ronald Allen, 22, Mitchell. Struck andkilled while changing tire on military convoy on Iraq.
**16: Aug. 29--Army Staff Sgt. Mark Lawton of Hayden, Colorado,native of Elkhart, killed in Iraq by grenade.
17: Sept. 20-Army Staff Sgt. Frederick Miller , 27, Hagerstownkilled in Iraq. Bomb exploded near his Humvee.
18: Nov. 1--Army Specialist Brian Penisten, 28, Ft. Wayne native- killed in helicopter attack in Iraq - along with 14-other U.S.soldiers.
19: Nov. 23 November-Indiana National Guard Specialist DarrellSmith, 28, Otwell in Pike County was killed when his Humveerolled over in Iraq.
20: Dec. 12. Army Sgt. Jarrod Black,, 26, of Peru killed in Iraqby a bomb explosion. Insurgents detonated a bomb alongside aroad as his convoy passed.
21: Jan 5. Army Spc. Luke Frist, 20, Brookston,died in a San Antonio hospital of severe burns three days after thetruck in which he was riding was struck by a land mine in Iraq.
22: Jan 23. Army Chief Warrant Officer Brian Hazelgrove, 29,Edinburgh native and HS grad, killed in Iraq chopper crash.
23: March 21: Amry Pfc. Christoper Hudson, 21, Carmel.Killed in Iraq. His Humvee drove over bomb that went offoutside Baghdad. Married to Michelle with two children. Attended Warren Central.
24: April 4: Army Pfc. John Amos, 22, Valparaiso. Killedin Iraq. Mine hit his military vehicle in Kirkik. Member of25th Infantry Division in Hawaii. Valpo HS 2002 grad. MotherSusan Amos.
25: April 5: Marine Pfc. Deryk Hallal, 24, Indianapolis. Killed during hostile fire in Al Anbar Province, Iraq. Assigned to 2nd Battaltion, 4th Marines, 1st Marine Decision, 1stMarine Expeditionary Force, Camp Pendleton, Calif. Mom is PamHallal, father Jeff. 98 North Central HS grad.
26: April 11 (Easter): Marine Lance Corporal Torrie L.Gray, 19, Indianapolis. Killed in Iraq. Member of LimaCompany, 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment. Killed byhostile fire in Al Anbar Province. Born inIndianapolis. Parents divorced and he moved at 1-year-old toIllinois. Father Jerome Gray lives here. Marinesconsidered him from Indianapolis.
27: May 29. Army Specialist Michael Wiesemann, 20, North Judson.Died in Iraq of non-combat injuries. Army's 1st Squadron,14thg Calvary, 3rd Brigade, 2nd. Infantry Division, from Ft. LewisWashington. Died of non-combat relatedinjuries. Graduate of North Judson-San Pierre H.S.
**28: July 2: Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Stephen Martin. 39.Warsaw and Columbia City - grew up. Lived as adult inRhineland, Wisc., where he was police officer. Injured bytruck bomb in Iraw. Died a week later. Member of ArmyReserve in Wisconsin. 330th Military Police.
29: July 8. Army Sgt. Robert Colville, 31, Anderson. Killed during combat in Iraq. 1991 Madison Heights H.S.grad. In Marines for nine-years also. Wife andthree children.
**30: July 8. Army Spec. William River Emanuel. 19. FromAnderson area, but left Indiana as a child when family moved toCalifornia.
31: Aug. 16. Army Sgt. David Heath 30 fromLaPorte. Attacked with patrol unit in Iraq. Army1st Battalion, 41st. Infantry Division, 3rd. Brigade, 1st.Armored Division, Fort Riley, Kansas.
32: Aug 26. Army. Private Luis Perez, 19, from EastChicago. His fuel truck hit a land mine in Iraq.
33: Sept. 7. Army Sgt. James Daniel Faulkner, 23,Clarksville native and grew up there. Armored vehicle hit byenemy fire in Iraq. 99 Clarksville H.S. grad.
34: Sept. 21. Army PFC Nathan Stahl, 20, Highland.Died in Iraq when vehicle was hit byexplosive.
35: Oct. 18. Army PFC Stephen Downing, 30, MooresvilleHigh School, etc. Most recently of Kentucky. Diedcombat Iraq. Ramadi.
36: Nov. 9. Army Command Sergeant Major Steven Faulkenburg, 45,Huntingburg. Died from small arms fire during combat inFallujah.
**37: Nov. 12. Marine Sergeant Morgan Strader, 23,Brownsburg. Killed during fighting in Fallujah. Attended Brownsburg schools through seventh grade. Father isGary Strader of Speedway. Morgan's more recent home wasin Tennessee. Memorial service for him in Brownsburg onNov. 18.
38: Nov. 12. Army Specialist Raymond White, 22, Elwood. Killed by small arms fire while on patrol in Baghdad. 2001 Frankton HS grad. Father is Henry White ofElwood. Father says his son was the only one firing at theenemy during an ambush. Other troops survived because of hisactions. He is a hero.
39: Nov. 15. Marine Lance Corporal Lance Thompson, 21,Marion. Killed during Ramadi fighting. Father is Kokomoloan officer ((Triad Financial Corp)) Gregory Thompson. 2001Eastbrook H.S. grad.
40: Nov. 15. Marine Lance Corporal James Swain, 20,Kokomo. Killed in Fallujah fighting. 2002 grad ofKokomo HS.
41: Dec. 1. Marine Corporal Bryan Wilson, 22,Otterbein/Independence-Warren County. Killed innon-combat Humvee accident in Iraq.
42: Dec. 5. Army Staff Sgt. Marvin Lee Torst, 28, Elkhart. Diedwest of Bagdad when vehicle hit by rocket-propelled grenade.Concord HS grad. Wife Sherry and three children.
43: Dec. 23. Marine Lance Corporal Eric Hillenburg, 21,Hendricks County. Killed during fighting in Fallujah. Father is Reverend Jerry Hillenburg of Hope Baptist Church, acrossfrom Ben Davis High School.
44: Jan 3. Army Green Beret Sgt. Jeremy Wright, 31, ShelbyCounty. Southwestern H.S. Wabash College. Killedin Afghanistan when his Humvee hit a roadside bomb. Cross-country and track star at Southwestern and WabashCollege.
45: Jan. 4. Army Private Cory Depew, 21, Beech Grove. Killed in Iraq near Mosul when his patrol was attacked by gunfireand grenades. 2nd Squadron, 14th Calvary Regiment, 1stBrigade, 25th Infantry Division, Ft. Lewis. Beech Grove H.S.grad. Infant son Brendan Faver. Ann May,mother.
46: Jan 21. Army Sergeant Kyle Childress, 29, fromTerre Haute. Killed in Iraq. First Calvary Division atFort Hood. His unit came under small arms fire in Iraq.
47: March 15: Army National Guard Spc. Paul Heltzel, 39, SouthBend and Franklin ties. Killed in Iraq in a roadsidebombing. Lived in Louisiana, but was Indiana native.
48: March 26. Guard Spc. Brett Hershey, 23, Indianapolis. North Central grad. Parents now in Pennsylvania. Killedalong with three other Hoosiers in the guard on March 26 inAfghanistan when land mine blew up as they scouted a location for ashooting range.
49: March 26. Guard Capt. Michael "todd" Fiscus, 36, Milford,Indiana. See above for circumstances and more info..
50: March 26. Guard Master Sergeant Michael Hiester, 33,Bluffton. See above.
51: March 25. Guard Spc. Norman "Kyle" Snyder, 21,Carlisle. See above.
52: April 6. Marine Jimmy Shawn Lee, 26, Mount Vernon((Evansville area)). Among 16 people killed in militaryhelicopter crash in Afghanistan. Bad weatherblamed. 1997 Mount Vernon HS grad.
53: April 17. Army PFC Steven Sirko, 20, Portage. First Battaltion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 3rd. Brigade, 3rdInfantry Division. Out of Ft. Benning, Ga. Died in Iraqof non-combat related injuries. Army says he died in hissleep.
54: April 28. Army PFC Robert W. Murray Jr., 21,Westfield. Killed in Iraq when homemade bomb exploded nearhis vehicle. 3 others with him also killed. SecondSquadron, Third Armored Calvary - Fort Carson.
55: April 29. Army PFC Darren DeBlanc, 20, Evansville. Killed in Baghdad when an explosive went off near theirpatrol. Another soldier also killed.
56: June 21. Army Spc. Nick Idalski, 23, Crown Point. Oneof three soldiers killed during combat west of Baghdad - nearRamadi. 2001 Crown Point HS grad. Army 2nd InfantryDivision.
57: June 28. Army. Sgt. 1st. Class Marcus V. Muralles, 33,raised in Shelbyville. Among 16 U.S. troops killed when theirhelicopter was shot down in eastern Afghanistan. Bob Dill ofShelbyville is stepfather. Army since 94. Married, twoyoung children. 3rd Battalion, 160th Airborne - FortBenning.
58: July 25. Army Specialist Adam Harting. 21, Portage. 3rd.Battalion, 69th Armor Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 42ndInfantry Division, Fort Stewart. Killed by explosive inIraq. Went of near his vehicle in Samarra.
59: July 25. Army Staff Sgt Michael Wayne Schafer, 25, lived inCrown Point and Hobart as child, but moved to Florida inthird-grade. Still many relatives in Indiana. Killedduring combat in Afghanistan. Karen Barr is mother. 2ndBattalion, 503 Infantry Regiment. Wife Danielle and young sonDevin.
60: Aug. 18. Army Staff Sgt Jeremy Doyle, 24, had lived inIndianapolis and attended Decatur Central High School. Fatheris John Doyle of Martinsville. Third Infantry. One offour soldiers killed in Samarra, Iraq by a bomb. FortStewart, Georgia. Married in 2003 to Leah McGinnis Doyl in2003. She lives in Georgia.
61: Oct. 11. Army Staff Sgt. Matthew Kimmell, 30, from Paxton,south of Terre Haute. Humvee attacked in Iraq. Fatheris Larry Kimmell of Paxton. 3rd Battaltion, 5th SpecialForces Group, Fort Campbell.
62: Oct. 15. Army Spc. Jeffrey Corban, 30, Elkhart. One of fivesoldiers killed by bomb at Ar Ramadi, Iraq. 2nd Battalion, 69th.Armor Regiment, 3rd. Brigade, 3rd. Infantry of Fort Benning,Georgia.
63: Oct. 25, Army Spc. Christopher Monroe, 19, Kendallville.Died in Basra, Iraq when his five-ton truck was involved in anaccident with a civilian vehicle. Army Reserve's 785th.Military Police from Michigan.
64: Nov. 13, Marine Lance Corporal Scott Zubowski, 20, NewCastle. Killed by roadside bomb in Iraq. Exploded underhis military vehicle. Barbara Weitzel is mom.
65: Nov. 19, Army Corporal Jonathan Blair, 21, Fort Wayne. Killed with three other soldiers in Bayji, Iraq when improvisedexplosive went off during combat operations. Blair graduatedElmhurst H.S. Member of 1st Battalion, 187th. Infantry Regiment.3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, Ft. Campbell.
66: Dec. 30, 2005: Army Private Jonathan Pfender, 22,Evansville. Killed by bomb in Bayji, Iraq. 1st Battalion,187th. Infantry Regiment, Third Combat Team, 101st. AirborneDivision. Based at Ft. Campbell.
67: Jan. 20, 2006. Army SPC Matthew Frantz, 23, Lafayette.Killed by bomb Jan 20, along with three-other soldiers, duringpatrol in Huwijah, Iraq. First Special Troops Battalion, FirstBrigade Combat Team, 101st. Airborne Division, Fort Campbell.
68: Feb. 21, 2006: Army Sergeant Rickey Jones, 21, Kokomo. One of four soldiers killed when Humvee was hit by roadside bomb inIraq. 101st. Airborne Division, Fort Campbell.
69: March 13, 2006: Army Specialist Joshua Hill, 24,Fairmount/Fowlerton ((Grant County)) Killed along with threeother soldiers by roadside bomb in Afghanistan. 391st.Engineering Battalion, based in Ashville, NC.
70: March 21, 2006: Army Specialist Antoine J, McKinzie, 25,Indianapolis, Pike High School class of 2000. Shot to deathduring attack in Baghdad.
71: March 23, 2006. Army Staff Sgt. Brock Beery, 30, Warsawnative. Tippecanoe Valley High School Class of 94. Killed by bomb in Iraq while driving armored vehicle. Kentucky National Guard, Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 123rdArmor. Wife Sara and 7-year-old daughter Elissa. Stepfather Roger Beery of Warsaw.
72: March 2, 2006: Marine Staff Sgt. Eric McIntosh, 29, amongthree Marines killed during combat in Iraq. Attended Roncallithrough junior year. 3rd. Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment,2nd. Marine Division, 2 Marine Expeditionary Force. Married to Cynthia.
73: April 22, 2006. Marine Corporal Eric Lueken, 23,Dubois. Killed by bomb while in convoy in Anbar Province inIraq. Parents Glen and Melinda Lueken of Dubois. ThirdBattalion, Third Marine Regiment, Third Marine Division, ThirdMarine Expeditionary Force.
74: May 2, 2006. Natl. Guard Sgt. Joseph Proctor, 38,Indpls. Married and father of three. Killed in an Iraqisuicide bombing. 638th. Aciation Support Batttalion inNoblesville. Whiteland High School grad.
75: May 11, 2006. Marine Lance Corporal DavidGrames-Sanchez, 22, Fort Wayne. Elmhurst HS 03. MarinesRegimental Combat Team Five. He and three other Marineskilled in non-combat tank accident in Iraq. Grandfather JamesGrames Senior fought in Korea. Dec. 30, 05, married LindsayWalsh of Fort Wayne.
76: June 6, 2006. Ind. Natl. Guard. Staff Sgt. Richard Blakley,34, Avon. Killed by small arms fire while on patrol inIraq. In April, Gov. Daniels was in Iraq and presentedBlakely with Purple Heart for injured he suffered in January sniperattack. Members of Company E, 38th. Main Support Battalion,Indpls. Deployed as part of 738th. Area Support MedicalCompany from Monticello.
77: June 20, 06. Marine Staff Sergeant Benjamin Williams, 30,buried in Fishers. Had not lived in Indiana, but mother andsister live here. His funeral was held here and he was buriedhere on June 30th. Lived in Texas. Killed in Iraq'sAnbar Province.
78: July 3, 06. Ind. Natl. Guard Staff Sergeant Paul Pabla, 23,Kempton, Indiana. Killed by sniper fire while on foot patrolin Mosul, Iraq. Battery B, 3rd. Battalion, 139th FieldArtillery - Bloomington based.
79: July 4, 06. Tenn. Natl. Guard Chief Warrant Officer WilliamTimothy Flanigan, 37, Milan, Tennessee. Had lived inIndpls. Brebeuf grad. Killed in Afghanistan helicopteraccident. Not the result of enemy action. Company R,4-278th Armored Calvary Regiment, from Jackson,Tennessee. Father is Bill Flanigan ofIndianapolis.
80: July 5, 06: Ind. Natl. Guard Sgt. Major Jeffrey McLochlin,45, Rochester. Plymouth, Indiana police officer. Killedin Afghanistan by "small arms fire while on patrol." Wife and threechildren.
81: July 17, 06. Army Specialist Nathaniel Baughman, 23,Monticello. Killed in Iraq when when his convoy was hit by amissile. 2001 grad of Twin Lakes HS. First Battalion,187th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101 AirborneDivision, Fort Campbell. Mother Jill Baughman is execdirector of Cass County Red Cross. Family lives inIdaville.
82: Sept. 9, 06. Army PFC Anthony "Tony" Seig, 19, Sunman. Killed by "indirect fire" from enemy while on patrol onbase. 2005 East Central High School. 118th. MilitaryPolice Company, 519th Military Police Battalion, 16th MilitaryPolice Brigade, Fort Bragg.
83: Oct. 1, 06. Marine Corporal Aaron Seal, 23, Elkhart. Hisunit came under sniper fire in Baghdad. 2001 Elkhart MemorialHS. Serving with Sound Bend-area Marine Reserve engineeringcompany.
84: Oct. 3, 06. Army Staff Sgt. Jonathan Rojas, 27,Hammond. Killed by small arms fire in Baghdad. Members of172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team.
85: Oct. 15, 06. Marine Sgt. Brock Babb, 40, Evansville. Killed during "combat operations" in Iraq. MarineForces Reserves 3rd Battalion, 24th Marines, 4th Marine Division,Terre Haute. Had three children. 84 grad of EvansvilleReitz HS.
86: Oct. 17, Army PFC Nathan Frigo, 23, Kokomo. Northwestern HS grad. Dies along with two other soldiers inBaqubah, Iraq. Their vehicle was hit by an explosive. 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson.
87: Nov. 2, 06. Marine Lance Cpl. James Brown, 20, Owensville.2005 Gibson Southern High School. Shot and killed while patrollingin Iraq's Al Anbar Province. Camp Lejeune. ThirdBattalion, Second Marines.
88: Nov. 22, 06: Marine Lance Cpl. James R. Davenport, 20,Danville, Indiana. Died while conducting combat operations inAl Anbar Province, Iraq. 2nd. Battalion, 3rd. MarineRegiment, 3rd. Marine Division, Third Marine Expeditionary Force,Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.
89: Dec. 26, 06. Army PFC Joseph Strong, 21, Lebanon. Diedwith two other soldiers in a Humvee accident while on patrol, southof Baghdad. 03 Western Boone grad. Parents Allen Strongof Lebanon, and Terri and Tracy Batts of Lebanon.
90: Feb. 21, 2007. Army PFC Jason Johns, 19, Frankton. Died of non-combat related injury in Afghanistan. AttendedFrankton HS, but did not graduate. Got GED. 3rd GeneralSupport Aviation Battalion, 82nd. Combat Aviation Brigade, 82ndAirborn Division, Fort Bragg. Father, Jeff Johns, lives inAlexandria.
91: Mar. 1, 2007. Army Sgt. William Beardsley, 25,Indianapolis. Killed by bomb in Iraq. Wife and two childrenin Indianapolis. Moved to Indpls as adult.
92: Mar. 31, 2007. Army 1st. Lt. Neal Shank, 25, FortWayne. Non-combat in Baghdad. Concordia Lutheran HighSchool.
93: April 2, 2007. Ind. Nat. Guard Staff Sgt. BradleyKing, 28, Lafountain/Wabash County. Mississinewa HighSchool. Wife Adrian and young son, Daethan. Killed byexplosive in Iraq, western edge of Baghdad. Member of CompanyA, 2nd Battalion, 152nd Infantry, Marion.
94: April 8, 2007. Army's David N. "Neil" Simmons, 20,Kokomo. Killed by explosive in Baghdad. 2005Northwestern HS grad. Mother Teri Tenbrook of Kokomo. 2nd.Battalion, 69th. Armor Regiment, 3rd. Brigade Combat Team, 3rd.Infantry Division, Ft. Benning.
95: April 12, 2007. Army Specialist Jason Beadles, 22,LaPorte. Killed in Iraq. Heavy equipmentoperator. LaPorte High School.
96: April 12, 2007. Army Cody Putnam, 20, Lafayettearea. Killed in Iraq.
97: April 16, 2007. Marine First Lt. Shaun Blue, 25,Munster. Killed "while conducting combat operations" inIraq. 2nd Battalion, 7th Marine regiment, 1st MarineDivision, 1 Marine Expeditionary Force, 29 Palms, California.
98: April 17, 2007. Army PFC. Richard Langenbrunner, 19,Fort Wayne. Killed in Iraq "non-combat related incident." 2ndBattalion, 69th. Armour Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 3rd. InfantryDivision, Fort Benning.
99: April 27, 2007. Army PFC. David Kirkpatrick,20,Matthews/Grant Co. Killed in Iraq when his Humvee wasblown up. Grad of Eastbrook High School. 57th. Cavalry, FortStewart, Ga.
100: May 3, 2007. Army Spc. Andrew Weiss, 28, WestLafayette. Killed in Baghdad when bomb hits his militaryvehicle. Mother Judith Weiss of West Lafayette. Wife and twoyoung children. West Lafayette HS and Vincennes U. FortHood. 1st Battalion, 5th Calvary Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 1st CalvaryDivision.
101: May 13, 2007. Army PFC Nick Hartge, 20, Rome City. Killed in Iraq when his unit "met with heavy resistance." 05grad of East Noble HS. Father Dave Abbott of Rome City.
102: May 22, 2007. Army Sgt. Joe Montgomery, 29,Scottsburg. Killed by explosive in Iraq. Had wife andthree children. Mother is Gail Bond of Scottsburg.
103: May 27, 2007. Army Spc. Clinton Blodgett, 19,Pekin. Killed by explosion in Baghdad while in militaryvehicle.
104: June 5, 2007: Air Force Technical Sgt. RyanBalmer, 33, Mishawaka. Killed in Iraq by explosive. First in Air Force to die in war. Had wife in threechildren. Special agent out of Hill Air Force Base's officeof special investigation.
105: June 14, 2007: Army Staff Sgt. Michael Bechert, 24, NewCastle. Injured May 30 in Baghdad by explosive device. Died June 14 at military hospital in San Antonio. Member:first Battalion, 18th. Infantry Regiment, Second Brigade CombatTeam.
106: June 16, 2007. Army Staff Sgt. Roy Lewsader, 36,Clinton. Killed in Afghanistan. His vehicle struck by enemygrenade.
107: June 18, 2007. Army Spc. David Wilkey, 22, Elkhart.Jimtown HS. Married with two children. Killed by bombnear Baghdad.
108: June 24, 2007. Army Spc. Carter Gamble, 24, Seymour. Killed by "enemy small arms fire" in Iraq. Married to Peggy BowlingGamble of Seymour. They have one child and another on theway. Assigned to 3rd Infantry Division, Ft. Benning, Ga.
109: July 27, 2007. Amry Staff Sgt. William Ryan Fritsche,23, Martinsville. Killed in Afghanistan during a "heavyambush." 2002 Martinsville HS grad. 1st Squadron, 91st.Cavalry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team. Armysays his efforts during the ambush saved the lives of othersoldiers.
110: July 31, 2007. Army Reservist Zach Gonzalez, 23,Indianapolis. Hamilton Southeastern 2002 grad. Killedwith three other soldiers in Iraq. Mother is LauraGonzalez.
111: Aug. 13, 2007. Army PFC Shawn Hensel, 20,Logansport. Logansport HS. Parents David and BethHensel. Killed in Baghdad. Married to Laci Harmon.
112: Aug. 15, 2007. Army PFC Willard Powell-Kerchief, 21,Evansville. 2005 Evansville Reitz HS. Killed in Balad,Iraq. Shot in head. Ft. Lewis, Washington. Mother andstep-father: Sunny and Mark Powell. Father and Step-mother:Willard and Linda Kerchief.
113. Sept. 8, 2007. Cpl. Ryan A. Woodward, 22, of FortWayne, Ind., died Sept. 8 in Balad, Iraq, of wounds suffered wheninsurgents attacked his unit using small arms fire during combatoperations near Baghdad, Iraq. He was assigned to the 1st Squadron,73rd Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd AirborneDivision, Fort Bragg, N.C. Woodward's sister, Brooke graduated in2006, his brother will graduate in 2008.
114: Sep. 10, 2007. Army Sgt. Nicholas Patterson, 24, Rochester, Ind. 2001 Rochester HS. Killed inBaghdad "vehicle accident" Widow is Jayme. 4-year-oldson Reilley. Parents and step-parents James and VirginiaPatterson of Rochester and Jane and Scott Holmes ofWarsaw. 82nd. Airborne Division of Fort Bragg.
115: Sep. 21, 2007. Ind. Natl. Guard Sgt. GeraldCassidy, 32, Westfield. Wounded during "combat operations"during the spring in Iraq. Returned to U.S. fortreatment. Died months later at Fort Knox. Battery C,Second Battalion, 150th. Field Artillery in Lebanon.
116: Oct. 1, 2007. Navy Seaman Apprentice Shayna AnnSchnell, 19, Tell City. Killed in auto accident in Bahrian,United Arab Emirates.
117: Oct. 31, 2006. Army Capt. Timothy McGovern, 28,Idaville/White County. Killed by bomb in Mosul. 1997 Twin Lakes HSgrad. 2001 Purdue grad. Members of 2nd Battalion, 7th. CavalryRegiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 1st. Cavalry Division, fortBliss, Texas. Was captain of 90-member unit.
118: Nov. 14, 2007. Army Sgt. Kenneth Booker, 25, Vevay. Killedwhen his vehicle was bombed. 2000 Switzerland High School grad.Father Charles Booker of Vevay. Mother Becky Graham of Milton, Ky.Member of 2nd Battalion, 23rd Infantry Regiment, 4th StrykerBrigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, Fort Lewis, Wash.
119: Dec. 10, 2007. Army SPC Johnathan Alan Lahmann, 21,Richmond. Killed as a result of suicide bomber in Iraq. 2004Richmond HS grad. Grandmother Ruth Lahmann. Parents: Linda and AlanLahmann of Richmond. 59th. Engineer Co, 20th Engineer Battalion,36th. Engineer Brigade, Fort Hood.
120: March 14, 2008. Army Staff Sgt. Collin Bowen,38, Marion. Died three months after suffering burns when hisvehicle ran into an explosive in Afghanistan. Member of MarylandNational Guard. Had three daughters. Wife Ursula Bowen ofNottingham, Maryland. Grew up in Marion and graduated Marion HS.Brothers: Justin Bowen of Indpls, Shelby Bowen of Carmel. MotherCarolyn Smith of Marion.
121: March 17, 2008. Army Staff Sgt. Michael Elledge, 41,Brownsburg. Killed in Baghdad after vehicle hit an explosive deviceduring combat operations. 1st Battalion, 68th Armor Regiment. 3rdBrigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson,Colorado.
122: May 10, 2007. Army Spc. Joseph Ford, 23, Knox. Died in avehicle accident during combat in Iraq. 1st Squadron, 152nd CalvaryRegiment, 76th. Brigade Combat Team, National Guard, NewAlbany.
**May 17, 2006: Ron Zimmerman, 37, Brookville. Not inmilitary. Former Brookville police officer killed by bombwhile in Afghanistan training police officers.
UPDATE 10:45 P.M.: Many Indiana State Police dispatches were reporting accidents on major roads due to slick weather conditions Sunday night.
With some of the coldest nights of the season on the way, shelters are preparing for a rush of people trying to stay warm.
Christmas is just over two weeks away, but it came early for some very special kids in Hancock County.