"On 11/22/2006 our lives came to a screeching halt. On that day we were notified that our son, Pvt. Heath D. Warner had been killed by a roadside IED (improvised explosive device) in the Al An bar province in Iraq. That was the saddest day of our lives and has forever changed our family. Heath believed in the mission he was fighting in. He told us before he left for Iraq that he was going over there to fight so we would not have to fight the terrorist over her. We know that while Heath was on top of his humvee, he was thinking of us, his family, friends and fellow Americans. He died thinking of us and we live thinking of him."

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