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Ohio Fallen Heroes Memorial, Church Street Floor Coverings, Puff N Stuff, KMA Electric and Heating & Cooling, KOOL 101.7/Buckeye Country 107.7 and staff, would like to pay respect to the Servicemen and Women from Ohio, who have made the ultimate sacrifice fighting the war on terrorism since 9/11/2001.

Please join us every Sunday morning, at 8:50 am, on KOOL 101.7 fm, when we will feature the biography and profile of one of Ohio's Fallen Heroes.

Sunday, April 5th, 2020 - SGT Gary A. Eckert

Hometown: Toledo, Ohio, U.S.

Age: 24

Died: May 08, 2005 in Operation Iraqi Freedom

The Patriot-News

While in Iraq, Gary "Andy" Eckert Jr. asked female soldiers to show him how to braid hair so he would be able to handle his daughter's when he returned home. "We're never going to let his children forget who their daddy was," said Bret Howland, who said he thought of Eckert as a son. "That's the goal from now on: to keep the spirit alive of Andy Eckert." Eckert, 24, of Toledo, Ohio, was killed May 8 after an explosive detonated near his vehicle in Samarra. The reservist was based in Monclova, Ohio. He is survived by his wife, Tiphany, daughter, Marlee, almost 2, and newborn son, Miles. Eckert grew up in Whitehouse, Ohio, and graduated from high school there. Although he was a huge University of Michigan fan, he spent afternoons cheering for the Ohio State Buckeyes with his friends. In his first tour in Iraq, Eckert sustained injuries for which he received the Purple Heart. "Andy didn't have to go back to war. He came back a Purple Heart recipient," said Brig. Gen. Michael Beasley. "He was someone who taught us a whole lot about wearing a uniform, about being a father, about being a husband, and about being an American."

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