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Debbie Eppler
Debbie Eppler • 1 year ago

Katherine Cathey presses her pregnant belly on the coffin of her husband Marine 2nd. Lt. Jim Cathey, who was serving overseas

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Minutes after her husband’s casket arrived at the Reno airport, Katherine Cathey fell onto the flag. When 2nd Lt. James Cathey left for Iraq, he wrote a letter to Katherine that read, in part, “there are no words to describe how much I love you, and will miss you. I will also promise you one thing: I will be home. I have a wife and a new baby to take care of, and you guys are my world.”

"The night before the burial of her husband 2nd Lt. James Cathey of the United States Marine Corps, killed in Iraq, Katherine Cathey refused to leave the casket, asking to sleep next to his body for the last time. The Marines made a bed for her, tucking in the sheets below the flag. Before she fell asleep, she opened her laptop computer and played songs that reminded her of “Cat”, and one of the Marines asked if she wanted them to continue standing watch as she slept. “I think it would be kin...

The night before the burial of her husband 2nd Lt. James Cathey of the United States Marine Corps, killed in Iraq, Katherine Cathey refused to leave the casket, asking to sleep next to his body for the last time. The Marines made a bed for her, tucking in the sheets below the flag. Before she fell asleep, she opened her laptop computer and played songs that reminded her of "Cat", and one of the Marines asked if she wanted them to continue standing watch as she slept. " I think it would be k...

The night before the burial of her husband’s body, a pregnant Katherine Cathey refused to leave the casket, asking to sleep next to his body for the last time.

The night before the burial of her husband's body, Katherine Cathey refused to leave the casket, asking to sleep next to his body for the last time. The Marines made a bed for her, tucking in the sheets below the flag. Before she fell asleep, she opened her laptop computer and played songs that reminded her of "Cat," and one of the Marines asked if she wanted them to continue standing watch as she slept. "I think it would be kind of nice if you kept doing it," she said. "I think that's what h...

Marine LCpl. Jared W. Brown, 20, of Youngstown, Florida. Died June 16, 2013, serving during Operation Enduring Freedom. Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marines, 2nd Marine Div, II Marine Expeditionary Forces, Camp LeJeune, North Carolina. Died in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, while supporting combat operations.

Uniforms and battlegrounds may change, but Marines remain the same breed. Marine Pride!!