Welcome to the iHonor American Flag flying outside the More Than a Game Athlete Development Center remembering Marine Cpl. Marler
************* iHonor GWOT Fallen: U.S. Marine Corps Corporal Donald M. Marler of St. Louis, MO [the same hometown as the owner of 'More Than A Game']
Cpl. Marler, 22, served as part of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) with the 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Pendleton, CA Killed in action, on June 6, 2010, during combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan
We honor and thank Marine Corporal Marler for defending our freedoms and fighting to liberate the lives of others.
[ Units to which Marler was assigned - as per TogetherWeServed.com ]
Donald M. Marler Born August 12, 1987 in St. Louis, MO Enthusiastic athlete and faithful son, brother, and friend Played sports, most notably Varsity basketball, for Oakville High School 2006 Graduate of Oakville HS So "Gung-ho" he skipped HS graduation to enter USMC (US Marine Corps) early Served on Camp David Presidential Security detail where protected President George W. Bush and Barack Obama After security detail, he requested to join 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment so he could participate in combat deployment to Afghanistan Arrived in Afghanistan in April 2010 Survived by mom, dad, sister, and 2 brothers (1 a Marine who followed in his footsteps)
Inspirational Note to Donald Marler "To Corporal Donald Matthew Marler: Thank You for protecting us, and giving the ultimate price for the freedom we all have as we write our words to you and your family. I placed my Flag out for you today. The subdivision here in Oakville, displays our thankfulness and honor we have for you this day. As I look outside my front door window, flags are flying on every home I see. Thank You so much. The Marler family will be in my daily thoughts and prayers. I'm so sorry you died protecting our freedom. How do we thank you and your family enough. Words don't convey our gratitude and our heart brokenness for you and your family. Thank You Brave Marine Corporal Donald Marler." -L. Bland of St. Louis, MO on Legacy.com
[ Cpl. Marler's military decorations according to TogetherWeServed.com ]
CLICK HERE to review his tribute at the Military Time's Honor the Fallen site
GO HERE to see portrait of Donald on the Fallen Heroes Project site
GO HERE to read his obituary and messages of condolence on Legacy.com
CLICK HERE to view the TogetherWeServed.com tribute to Cpl. Marler
GO HERE to read a firsthand account from someone who attended Cpl. Marler's funeral
Check out this video tribute to Cpl. Don Marler's life
iHonor American Flag : Visitor Comments for Cpl. Marler ... posted here from newest to oldest ...
Cpl. Marler, Thank you for defending our freedoms and fighting to liberate the lives of others - from Sean on 4/19/19 [ photo of Cpl. Marler's iHonor American Flag being packaged for shipment- the first hand inscribed flag and tribute page built with the new iHonor brand ]
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iHonor American Flag dedicated to US Marine Corporal (Cpl.) Donald Marler posted and flying at Flag Steward HQ before shipment (above) [zoom-in on pics] and at More Than a Game Athlete Development Center (below)
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