Hi my name is Marcie N and my husband CW3 Newman came in on 4-13-18 flight #1 over and would love to see the photos that you all took. He appreciated all that was done for him and the other soldiers who arrived. It is wonderful that you do these ceremonies and welcoming of all the soldiers who pass through. I know it means a lot to them and makes them feel special. I know it made my husbands night or morning. Thanks for all that you are doing for our soldiers. Marcie
Hello, I was on a flight returning from deployment and we came through New Hampshire and were welcomed by the Pease Greeters. I was hoping to get the link for the photos from that morning, Friday April 6th. Thank you all for the wonderful reception! This was my fourth deployment but my first time experiencing anything like that and I just wanted to say thank you so much. You all do amazing work and we really appreciate it. Thank you and I hope to hear from you soon. Justin
My name is SGT.John G.. I am writing to let you know that I have received two care packages. We are all extremely appreciative and grateful for the support you have shown us and continue to show. We will enjoy them tremendously. We do have females in our unit. There are 8 females total. I’m sure they will be very to know they are being thought of. I hope you have a great day. GOD Bless. A grateful soldier.
Thank you for the warm greeting and appreciate the generosity shared by all the volunteers of your organization. As a DoD civilian, serving the soldiers, I have never felt so honored and experienced so an awesome greeting, 3-23-18. I was very humbled by the experience :-) and I thank you very much!
You have provided me a card to request the free secure link for all photos taken at Portsmouth, NH.
Thank you very kindly, Maria S.
I received the care packages today and boy was that a lot of good stuff. I have been sharing with the soldiers here and I want to send you a Thank you from all of us.
What your group does for our deployed personel is awesome, everyone found something they needed or wanted in the boxes.
I only wish I could send pictures of them but the location we are at has a very strict policy because of the nature of our mission. Thank you again from all of us. Kenny S.
I was the solitary Air Force dude that redeployed on March 18, 2018, and I'm hoping I could have the link for the photos you guys took that day.
I was very impressed by the welcome home you guys ceremony/party you guys had for us! As an Air Force pilot, every time I come back from the desert has been on my own airplane back to my own base, and while my squadron back home greets us at the plane, they don't hold a candle to how you guys welcomed us back!
Please keep up the good work! Is there a way I can donate to help purchase coffee/donuts/etc for my fellow service members? Thanks, Vinny J
My husband, MAJ David C, sent me your
info. He flew in yesterday to Portsmouth,NH for a layover on his
way back to Alaska from Afghanistan.
I think what you do is wonderful. I wish I could have been in the states to welcome him home but I’m oversea with our 3 month old baby and couldn’t make the trip to Alaska to greet her him. He will move to our location in a few short weeks. Thank you for greeting the men and woman who have family and friends who can be there for their Soldiers during this special occasion. Sincerely, Angela
I am SSG Amanda J from the Public Affairs office for the California Army National Guard. We had the pleasure and amazing honor of stopping in New Hampshire extremely early this morning, around 3 a.m., I believe and was wondering when the photos might be available.
We arrived back to California safe and sound this morning. Thank you so much for the remarkable welcome and departure ceremony. It gave us all a very humbling feeling of gratitude and appreciation for the patriotism and dedication demonstrated by all those that were there and the messages delivered.
Please let me know where I may be able to access the photos. Thank you again!
With overwhelming respect, Amanda
Aloha Pease Greeters!
I'm just getting back to work from my deployment in Al Udeid. I wanted to take a moment and say a Mahalo to each and every person that came out to greet me at the terminal 25 February 2018.
I was the ONE & ONLY PERSON on the entire aircraft and you all were expecting a group of 200 returning deployers and it was just me that stepped out. This could have been an awkward or even disappointing occurrence to the Pease Greeters but instead I was overwhelmed by the warmth and support overflowing from each person there. The Veterans, Boy and Girl Scout clubs, the families and smiling faces and big hugs and handshakes meant so much to me. I have served in the military for 12 years now and as a single person, and because I am often landing in places far from home I have never had anyone present to greet me at the airport. The scenes of family members and friends holding signs and waiting in anticipation was never an experience I thought I'd get to have...but that all changed last month when I arrived in your city ;-) I believe this was a blessed event and gift from God to have that experience with you all that day. Thank you.
I shared all of the wonderful pictures with my family and they were so touched and happy to know that even when they can't be present there are people in our community that care for me. You have a lifelong fan and supporter in me. If there is ever anything I can do to help your organization please don't hesitate to let me know.
Sincerely, Candice W. , TSgt. USAF
My husband and I are
currently deployed and we just received a package from All the Pease Greeters!!
It was great to read cards and enjoy and share all the snacks you sent with our Unit. We truly appreciate what you guys do.
We honestly don't know who signed us up for the care package but it was a SWEET surprise! (Mysterdee lives next door to her in-laws)
Thank you for all you do and for supporting the US Military!! PS. We do have females in our unit. There's not many of us just 10. Respectfully,
ANA L. M, SSgt, USAF
________________________________________________________________________________My name is Kim W. My Son Major Garrick W & Flight date
3-21-18. I would like to be able to see the pictures from this date.
I would like to Thank You for what You do for Our Servicemen & Women. My Son said getting off the plane there was the best thing He had ever seen & been a part of & this was His 5th deployment!! Thank You again,
thank you so much for sharing the pictures so quickly! Thank you more for all you do for our heroes! I am so glad that my son had someone wonderful people greet him as he entered the USA 3-18-18 from his deployment, especially since we could not be there.
God bless you all! Kim
Hello i just wanted to say how awesome the ceremony and all the things that all of you did for us today was. It really meant a lot to me to have the opportunity to shake the hands and meet some veterans and also some amazing patriotic Americans. I did not expect anything like that, but it really was nice of you folks.
my name is Rhyan Hester and the flight date was today 3-18-18..I would love to see the pics that were taken.
thank you again for what y'all do for us. SSG Rhyan H.
just wanted you to know that two of your packages arrived today here in Al
Dahfra. Thank you very much! We all enjoy getting packages and rummaging
through the goodies. Our rotation is winding down. Most of us are between 30-40
days from leaving. The temperature is starting to ramp up here (it was 96
today) so if you will be continuing to send packages you might want to include
sunscreen and skin creams. Aloa Vera, perhaps. I must say one of everyone's
favorite thing to do is read the cards and letters that come with the package.
They are so fun to read! I wish I could answer them all, but just so they know
that they are being read.
Thank you again for all you do for the troops. I don't know if I will be passing through on the way home just yet, but if we do I'll look for you. Once last item before I forget......Our flight came through on Oct 15th, 2017. Would you still happen to have the picture you took of our group? If so, please send . It was sent to me but I believe I accidentally deleted it.
Take care, and God Bless you and your greeters. TSGT. Daniel V, AIR FORCE
First let me say thank you for all you have done and are doing for the Soldiers! Your selfless act is truly appreciated! I am looking for photos of my unit when we left and returned. I found your cards the other day when I was going through a few things and wanted to reach out. We came through on 04JUN16 #1 and back on 28FEB17 #1. Once again thank you so much!!! Marie
Hello! My name is Deirdre and I am the mom of one of the soldiers who came in this morning, 3-6-18........ I'm writing for the link to the photos from today, but also to say thank you for everything you do. My son and I were both touched by the dedication and efforts of the Pease Greeters. You were all so kind and it was really touching for me to see my son and his fellow soldiers welcomed back with such love and appreciation. I am grateful that I was able to be there to see him back on American soil for the first time in 9 months, and also grateful to all of you for the kindness you showed us and the efforts you put into making their homecoming a warm, welcoming one. You were all just wonderful!
Thank you for greeting our soldiers and making them have a good time. They all look so young, and proud to have on the soldiers uniform. God Bless them every one...and each of you for blessing our boys/girls. The chaplain is my son. His father was a preacher, and I love this profession that God has called Mickey into. My prayer is that he would be a wonderful example and the man younger men want to go to for guidance in a closer walk with our Lord. Linda B PS (I was able to down load several photos of my son as well as the video of him leading the group in prayer. Thank you again for being where this mom could not be!) Linda B. 3-4-18 # 2
Hello! My son was on today's flight and emailed me a picture of a card to get some photos.
His name is Pfc Elam E, flight date 3-4-18 #2.
Thank you so much for all you do for our soldiers! It helps the morale of both them and their families so much! Sincerely, Kurt and Pam E.
Thank you again for greeting my brother,
Captain Todd L. and the members of the Kansas 635th on March 4th. It will be a couple more weeks before they
arrive home but we were thrilled to see the pictures you took and the wonderful
welcome reception you gave these amazing men and women who have been away from
home for the last 10 months. My brother, usually very reserved was overwhelmed
by the welcome, so thank you. I would like to make a contribution. To whom
should I make the check payable and what is the mailing address? Thanks again
keep up the wonderful work. Michelle
My husband, SPC Matthew D told me I could email you to request photos from his flight on March 1st. I would love to see them! He told me all about your organization and I was so amazed and touched by the outstanding service you all provide for our heroes! Thank you guys so much for making our soldiers’ send off so special. And also, I would like to personally thank our veterans for all of YOUR service as well. I know our family certainly appreciates it.
Thank you all, Samantha D.
2-27-18-----Letter received from a Brigadier
General in Kuwait........Dear Stateside Supporters, Pease Greeters, I want to
personally thank you for your tremendous support to the Military personnel
under my command, particularly the kind and thoughtful donation of Care
Packages & Valentines. A soldier who is reassured that he or she is
remembered by those back home ensures increased morale and renewed commitment
to an important mission. Our Soldiers serve this great nation of ours--one made
even greater by your team's humble reflection and support.. Thank you again,
for your thoughtfulness and I wish you all the best,
Sincerely John.....Commanding General, US ARMY---------NOTE from JoAnne: one of his LT COL's is from HAMPTON, NH, and her MOM was a Pease Greeter, what a small world we live in.
Dear Pease Greeters,
Thank you so much for sharing your photos of my sons first leg of his journey, Feb 19 th ! It made me feel a little closer on this long journey. (And a bit more comfortable seeing my son’s handsome smile and face!) I will send you his APO info as soon as I get it. (They made it safely to Germany)
Thank you for all you do, I truly believe it is important to honor our troops, for without them I would have no freedom. Thank you again for all that you do. It is much appreciated! Michele
morning – Thank you very much for the Valentine’s Day care package. It truly
made us feel good and we do love our Lindt chocolate. We are very isolated here
and the food is okay but the chocolate helps a lot with a smile on our face.
The Valentine’s Day cards we appreciate from the children. I have put many up on our board at work. It warms our heart to see the Valentine wishes from the children every day!
Thank you for all the prayers! Take care, Roger
Thank You so much for the pictures from
4-10-15, was not sure you still had them, and everything you do. Please
know that all of your efforts are truly appreciated. Thanks again for
everything. We love you guys!!!
Most Humbly, David
Pease Greeters - First, I want to Thank all of
you for what you do and let you know that my family and I appreciate your
organization and communities support! I have met some true HERO's passing
through Portsmouth on many different occasions. I came through there January 20
(early morning)( 1-19 ?? on my way to Kuwait and then other places.
Please allow me access to the photos so I can share with my family. Once again
thank you and know that our thoughts and prayers are with all of you as well.
Thank you, CW2 Jeff Crum
My husband was greeted by your group on 2/16/18. I cannot thank you enough for your kindness to the troops. He texted me right away and said how awesome it was to be greeted with smiles and snacks. It is so appreciated. I would like to have the photo link. My name is Roxann H. My husband is LTC Turon H of HHQ 28th ID.
Thank you again
Date : 2-16-18 Jerry Barnes, Our Son
Looking forward to seeing pictures. Guess I need the dropbox link.
Thank you for doing this service for our soldiers.
And for their families.
May God continue to bless you. With much respect and Christian Fellowship
First, I’d like to thank you all for your
hospitality and love shown as we passed through New Hampshire today. I’d
like to request the secure link for the photos from February 16th.
Again thanks for everything and look forward to passing through this way again!
LTC Sabrina Thweatt, 1st Medical Brigade
My name is SGT. Green, John J. I deploying with the 441st EN CO. I was very impressed with all the support and patriotism that the Pease Greeters displayed. I hope and pray that the rest of the country can follow your example. I look forward to seeing the pictures and videos. Thank you again.
VALENTINES, I gave out the valentines to the
crew today and I was amazed at their reaction! I thought it was really great
and I knew they would be happy to get them, but I had no idea that the reaction
I saw on their faces would be so positive.
Several of them immediately asked if they could write back so I provided the return address.
I think they were very touched when I told them how the Pease Greeters met 265 flights last year at all times of the day and night.
You know how I feel about your organization and now there are others that know about you as well.
Hope you're having an excellent valentine's day. Please know how much your valentines were appreciated here! Truly, they make an incredible difference.
The pictures were great and I even found myself in a few of them. I come from a military family with my Wife, Son, Father, Brothers and Grandfather all serving in several branches of the military.
What groups like yours and the people around the nation that support us warms my heart and makes what we do a little easier.
My wife and kids want to send you thanks also, and I hope one day to pay this forward and support the military and their families as you do.
Thank you again for the warm welcome and wonderful gifts and snacks. I was greated at the Airport by Pease Greeters on the 12th of January 2018.
I will be deployed until the end of September 2018 if all goes well. Kenny
Flight date 1-12-18---Contractor-Lockheed
Martin supporting the Army.
This was a great experience for me, your kindness and generosity is something we do not see often.
Thank you again for all you do. Kenny
a care package from the Pease Greeters. Thank you from myself and the numerous
troops here that raided the box.
The few items left will be added to our Chaplain's supply section. He collects care package boxes, sorts the items, and has them available to all the troops on the compound (a couple hundred men and women). Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth
______________________________________________________________________Good morning, I was wondering if I could get the link for our flight that came through on 1/26/2018. This was my second time coming through your facility, and just wanted to let you know that it was an excellent experience, just like the first time. We appreciate the hospitality and just wanted to thank you for everything.
Until next time....Jason O.
I read all of the
kids greeting cards. Tell them I said thank you so much and we love them for
doing that. I saw the greeting cards from Spalding High School as well. Kids
are great and fantastic imaginations.
Tell them all Happy Valentines Day to them and their families. Thank you for all you do and the kids of our future. My brother Raymond lives in Milford NH also as I was born and raised in New England in Leominster MA.
Love ,Jeff in Afghanistan,
We use all of the
blankets you send us. We use the hats too. Bagram gets snow and is higher
elevation. One of the FOBs is also cold and 8000 feet above sea level.
I read all the Valentine Days greetings from the kids.
Tell them we love them and their kind words were nice and it was good to hear from them. That’s the future of our generation.
Thanks to all, Love Jeff in the desert
To all you wonderful folks from Pease NH. I can’t say thank you enough. You were all wonderful. Not only did you send me and my guys off with a smile you welcomed us back to the good ol’ USA with one just as big.
What you do for all the deployment service men and women is much appreciated.
I am a contractor working on a DoD program and have for years been traveling thru both Pease and Bangor Maine. You guys do it right. I just wanted to once again say thank you.
My departure flight date was 9-15-17 would you please send me the Secure Link for the photos?
Thanks again, Stewy,
Thank you so much for the warm welcome back from my deployment. It
made the long couple days of traveling a lot easier. I appreciate
everything you do for our Soldiers and our nation. It’s acts like this
that restore hope during a time so many find themselves lost in social
media and the negativity in the world. Please continue inspiring our
citizens to carry a piece of their flag, their history, their nation
with them in everything they do.
I would like to share the photos from my arrival with my family and
share this memory with them. 11-10-17 #1---Thank you. Vincent F.
THANKS TO ALL THE SCHOOLS & GREETERS WHO HELPED WITH THE
VALENTINES, THEY ARE ON THEIR WAY !!!!
Thank you again for the warm welcome and send
off. I’ve never experience such a heartfelt gesture before deploying in
my 23 years of service. I will be in Iraq for the next year and will try
to send pictures of our service members for your collection. Again
Thank you for your continued support to our country and our Nation’s Warriors!
CMSgt Robert T. Troop Commander Flight 1-23-18
I can't possibly tell you how much the Pease Greeters mean to me. It really was an emotional event when I got off that plane. I can hardly tell the story around here without getting choked up (at least a little).
It is just so incredible that we have people that will go so far out of their way to show their love for servicemembers.
I truly, truly appreciate everything you do and I have loved getting your messages and reading your facebook posts.
Please know how much what you do means not just to me, but also to other Soldiers. All of us fall short in showing our true feelings and I'm definitely one of those people who do not always show how truly grateful I am.
So what I'm trying to say is... You Rock !!! You All make this world a far better place.
Thanks, B Col. Tim S.
Good morning, I was cleaning out my old footlocker and found one of the cards that you guy use to hand out once we returned home. The flight date was 9-21-14, I am a military veteran and had several other deployments that I do not have the card for. Thank you guys for what you do and I look forward to seeing those pictures. Kind regards, Jairo R
hello MR. and MRS. Schottler, I am SFC David E and was wondering if you can still send me the pictures from flight 1-1-18, I would like to personally thank you and all the personnel who took the time on new years day to go and greet all of us, you guys do such an amazing job and I truly appreciate it from the bottom of my heart. You guys make coming back home very special and it touches so many more lives than just the ones getting off the aircraft.
Thank you for your time and attention may god bless you and all your awesome personnel
Good afternoon, My son deployed yesterday Jan 13, and said that if I was to email, you would send me the pictures from the airport ceremony? I can’t even begin to tell you how much it means to us moms that these ceremonies happen! We can’t always be there to say goodbye to our boys but knowing that there are still those that appreciate what they are doing makes me feel so much better. I have 2 sons and they are both Marines. One is in Japan and the one that left yesterday is off to Afghanistan. It will be over a year until I can hug either of them again. You and the wonderful ceremonies help my heart!
Thank you for all of your services! I am so proud to be a military family!! Stephanie C
Thank you for the link, I will definitely share the it with others. 11-7-17
Again, I thank you all for what you do, trust me, it is greatly appreciated and does not go unnoticed. I can assure you, the thing soldiers were talking about on the plane ride to Ft Drum was how great it was to meet and speak with all of you. It’s people like you that make our job/service extremely easy and worthwhile! Thank you for everything!
HAPPY HEALTHY NEW YEAR, AMAZING LETTER TO START 2018, HE JUST RECEIVED PICTURES FROM MARCH 29, 2013 !!!.....................
I want you and your husband to know that a guy down in Georgia is so very thankful for all that YOU GUYS and Pease Greeters do for our great country! So many people are silently thankful to all of you. Flying back in to the USA meant so much to me and I'm certain thousands of others are thankful and feel so welcome by your groups actions. For that I say – THANK YOU!
The reception that you guys do for our Men and Women in Uniform and DOD and Civilian means the world to all of us! It makes what we are doing that much more important. It obviously did to me merely by these emails and you and your husband’s time looking for my picture of which I am so so very proud – it makeSmy prior military service as well as my DOD service that much more special!
You all are a very special group and I hope that one day I too can provide for our military the way you all have. I told a friend that you guys (although Yankees – LOL, and I do mean this with the greatest of respect) gave us Southerners a run for our money with regards to Northern Hospitality vs Southern Hospitality! I went on and on about how cool it was to have had the privilege to have participated in this event.
I pray God’s blessings on you all and our troops and nation in the upcoming new year – Happy New Year and God Bless!!! Sincerely R---Atlanta, GA
My name is LTC Paul McC. I was the flight commander on a return flight to the US, which stopped at NH, on 11-26-1726 November. I would like to get access to the pictures from that evening. I'd greatly appreciate any assistance you can provide. Thanks so much for your help and support, especially making all of us feel welcome at the airport.
My name is Amanda E. I am the proud army wife of SGT Bryant E. He is currently deployed now but just sent me the photo of the card he received from the New Hampshire base he flew out of. His flight date was 12-10-2017. I was hoping to receive the link for the photos of that flight. I also wanted to sincerely thank you from the bottom of my heart for the warm welcome he received when he landed there. He told me about it and showed me the piece of flag with saying on it. That really meant so much to me and him. Im glad he had that there since as much as I would of loved to of also obviously wasn't allowed. Thank you for everything you do. I hope you all had a Merry Christmas and wish you a Happy New Year. Sincerely, Amanda
I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. You were the people my Loved one saw right before his last deployment and your selflessness, kindness and generous support was impactful to his experience and us. Thank you for what you do and from our hearts to yours, many many blessings! Linda, PA
This is SGT RRobert R.. I don't remember the
flight number we came in on but I was one of the Soldiers that was at the
airport when you welcomed me and my brothers and sisters on the evening of 12DEC17.
Thank you for the all the love and support you give to us. We sincerely do appreciate it and it warmed my heart to know there are great Americans who are still as patriotic as I am.
I would love to see all the pictures you took that day. New Hampshire is one of my new favorite states now. Thank you again for the warm welcome and I'm so glad to be back home. I love you all and I'm proud to serve and represent such amazing classy Americans. Keep doing what you're doing and when I retire I will follow along in your footsteps and keep this wonderful tradition going forward.
Thank you for supporting our troops and taking the pictures & videos. How wonderful that an organization can provide so much to them! I know my daughter (12-10-17) appreciated the reception and gifts and I am very grateful too.
Blessings to all of you,
Care Package Coordinator
Member Board of Directors
63 Winnicutt Road
Stratham, NH 03885
I am SPC Engelberth B. from the flight on 11/30/17. I just wanted to thank you for everything that you did for us, it really meant a lot! The stories that you shared really motivated me to do what I must in my time away. I'm keeping the star in my left breast pocket right over my heart every day. Also, whenever you get a chance I would love to take a look at the pictures from this day. Once again thank you so much and may God be with you all.
Thank you so much for these pictures! You don’t know how much they mean to my family and I, especially during this holiday season. God bless your organization and prayers and thoughts be with you! What a special gift that you give to those that are sacrificing their lives every day. Again, I cannot say thank you enough. Happy Holidays, Lauren Smith flight 11-28-17
Oh, you made this mom's heart sing to see her son smiling and being welcomed warmly. Thank you. If you ever need help in Texas let me know.
Sincerely, Beverly Hulick (Carl Cassler's mother) 11-28-17
My son's flight departed with a send off from such a warm and caring group of folks yesterday evening, Nov 28. I am sure you hear it a million times, thank you for your support and kindness that you give to our service members. Your generosity touches not just the service members but their families hearts as well.
Thank you again to all of your volunteers. I will be making a donation, so the Pease greeters may continue to spread the joy that we just experienced.
Sue , Photo access request
I was on a redeployment flight with the date of 12 Jan 17 and I just found the business card handed to us as we boarded our return flight to Fort Campbell. I was just wondering if the link to the photos for this flight is still available and if so, can you please send it to me? I also wanted to thank you for your warm reception; it was completely unexpected and truly touching. It made me feel like the long hours and time spent away from my family actually made a difference. I will never forget it. Thank you for all of your support ! Marisa.
My name is GM1 Christoper , I was on flight number 1 on September 30th 2017. I wanted to thank you for the warm reception you gave our flight as we deployed that day it meant a lot to us. Thank you for all that you do for us as we come home or leaving for deployment. I hope all of you had a great thanksgiving and I hope you holidays are merry and filled with joy and love. May god continue to bless you and your families. I'm sorry for a late email to say thank you. Very Respectfully, Christopher
We received your care package last week.
Everyone was very happy to receive it.
Great choice in candy and snacks and the personal items were very much appreciated as well.
Our unit put together a slide show to commemorate our halfway point in our deployment and we showed many of the photos that you took when we passed through New Hampshire.
Thanks again, Very Respectfully,Ross K., LT, CEC, USN
Hi Mom #2 !!!! I just got your two care packages and they were AWESOME!!!!! Everything was absolutely perfect! I immediately began sharing and making plans to send what i could farther downrange. Thank you Thank you Thank you
the snacks were perfect and thanks especially for the socks! You guys are really amazing and it was an excellent Thanksgiving surprise!!
Much love to you and all the greeters. Happy Thanksgiving! BC TOM S.
Thank you to all the amazing volunteers and
community members that came out to make our flight overseas memorable. All the
handshakes, warm wishes and candy were great. Your community is amazing and we
are greatful for your support.
Can you please send pictures for flight #3 on 10/27/2017----Jill L. K, CPT, AG
I just wanted to say "Thank You" for the care packages that are being sent. I just returned from R&R and found that I had 2. You guys are the best!! There are a lot of items that are just not available over here, and the only way to get some needed items is to order them and then wait, and wait , and wait. So I assure you that I and the rest of the ladies on the second floor truly appreciate your thoughtfulness and efforts. And of course the cookies, nuts, candy etc. are loved, even though we might not need those items as much . . . LOL Sincerely, Barbara D.
we have given out over Approximately 20,000 knit and crotched hats since January 2017, and are totally out, please share the word, if you don't knit or crotchet, maybe you could by Yarn !!!
Christmas Project, if you have stockings that are done, please pass off to Me, also Gift bags, as stated in July notice, they will be handed to the Deploying Troops November and December...
thank you ALL, for your continued support.
photos you took on Friday, 8 Sep 2017 (afternoon flight). More
importantly, thanks for what you all did took make us feel loved by our country
as we support our great nation overseas.
Respectfully, MAJ Alex Shimabukuro
Good morning, I received a picture of the card handed to another mom's soldier. my son was on the same flight. Flight Date 9/10/17 #2
my soldier son deployed yesterday. He told me about being greeted by veterans when they got to new Hampshire. very cool. he also sent me a picture of the piece of the flag he was given. what a way to make their leaving special. Thank you, Nicole Foster
Pease Greeters, What you guys do is FANTASTIC! Was very tough
not to choke up when greeted so warmly. The ceremony and speeches were
Thank you and please send the link for photos. 9-10-17 MARTIN C. JUNG,LTC
are no words to express my deep gratitude for what you and your organization
does. My son called me briefly while at the airport 9-5-17 n#2 and I
could hear the encouragement and sense of unity your presence gave to him in
Add to that... there are pictures capturing this extreme transitional time... Your both are awesome!
Pvt. Malphrus, Taylor Lisa, a proud MOM, Thank you sincerely and deeply.
Member Board of Directors
Care Package Coordinator
63 Winnicutt Road
Stratham, NH 03885
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Dear Pease Greeters, Good evening. I’m interested in viewing the redeployment photographs from the flight on 15 May 2017. I’d also like to thank you very much for you unwavering support to the Armed Services, DoD Contractors, DA Civilians, and Service Members! What you do is a blessing to Service Members and is greatly appreciated. For most of us your ceremony is the only formal recognition that we’ll receive for our Service overseas. Thank you for your generosity and hospitality. God Bless! -1SG(P) Beals
Hello, My name is Garret and I recently came home from Afghanistan. Our unit passed through NH and I'd like to request photos please? My flight date was 5/14/17. #1. I'd like to thank you for the warm welcome. I have been deployed three times and this is the first time I've experienced anything like this. It was very humbling. Thank you for all you do! God Bless and thank you. Very respectfully,SFC Garret Van der wielen.
Hello, Thank you for a wonderful experience in NH. I was blown away by the overwhelming love and support your staff & volunteers shown us on our way to our deployed location. I am finally home with my family and would love to share photos during my time there. Can you please provide the secure link to the pictures ? 12-28-2016 #1 Thank you, MSgt Haggard.
Thank you for the care packages The item came in handy. I shared them with about 25 people's everyone had a item inside The boxes that they really need. You and member of your organization are really great America thank you again. We do have about 35 females in our position also. Thank you thank you thank you for all you have done for us we really appreciate it, Antonio Lowell.
First I would like to say thank you all so kindly for your sincere greetings and kind hospitality during out stop over in New Hampshire. There is no better way to have been sent over seas! We appreciate all that you guys do.
Next, I would like to request the link to the photos taken on 21MAY2017, for flight #2.
March 2017, Hawkeye (Sporting News)
Police Officer Newmarket, NH
NEW HAMPSHIRE HUNTERS HELPING HEROES
Allow me an opportunity to express how pleased I am with the Hunters in the New Hampshire Seacoast area, and more specifically, within the Newmarket and Epping area. I can't thank these hunters enough.
Last year, my brother-in-law, who serves in the military, was deployed to the Middle East. My wife was constantly, at least every other week, sending him care packages.
Low and behold, venison jerky has become a big hit amongst the troops and requests for more jerky were coming in. I eventually ran out of the deer hamburger that is used to make the jerky; by the time I ran out of deer hamburger, my brother-in-law already had orders to return home. I was not worried about my depleted supply of deer hamburger, and I thought my days of making venison jerky were OVER !!
Upon his return, I began talking with a few veterans who really enjoyed the jerky. It makes me think it would be a nice gesture to continue sending the jerky to our military troops who serve our country, overseas. The only problem I had was being completely out of deer meat and the next deer season had not yet started. Being a hunter myself, I know that hunters are very generous people and usually have deer in there freezers from previous years, giving me the idea to ask hunters to donate few pounds of deer hamburger from their harvest during the deer season.
With the help from a local butcher in Newmarket and Carl West ( a veteran himself) from F & F Butcher shop in Epping, I places signs in the 2 butcher shops asking hunters to donate deer hamburger. The support was unbelievable !!! Due to lack of freezer space, I had a stretch of 2 weeks in which I had to constantly make jerky in order to make space for the overwhelming supply of incoming meat !
To date I have sent approximately 60 pounds of jerky. I continue to make it and send it overseas. Five pounds of hamburger makes one batch of jerky. I then vacuum seal it, then take it to JoAnne Schottler, the Care Package Coordinator for Pease Greeters, who sends it to the troops.
I constantly receive emails from our troops overseas telling me how great the jerky is and thanking me for making the jerky. I predict that in about 2 months, I will be out of hamburger and will have to wait until next deer season to start the process again. UNLESS you would like to donate either deer hamburger or the vacuum seal 8 X 12 bags.
I you wish to be involved in the worthwhile project, please contact me,
Wayne Stevens at (603-292-7971) or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I close by thanking the many hunters who donated to this cause. We have military troops and veterans overseas fighting for our country and I am very thankful and proud that the hunters in New Hampshire stepped up to make this happen, bringing a little bit of the New Hampshire woods to the Middle East.
Thank you ALL very much.
PICTURES---we have created a NEW email for the troops and their families to
obtain the FREE pictures, Please, if they ask, it is now email@example.com,
THANK YOU ALL.
Father & Son together-- David Hogue---BAF, Afghanistan
JR WEST--with our Care Packages
Sent: 11/3/2013 10:23:17 A.M. Eastern Standard Time
Subj: 11-3-13 One Star Gen.& Dabi enjoying our Pumkin,Cards & goodies