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In Tribute to Edward Thomas Earhart
26 years old.   Residence: Salt Lick, Kentucky
Died in Pentagon

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GOD BLESS YOU and YOUR FAMILY!Andrea.May Our Brother,[Edward] R.I.P.!And All,Who Lost Loved One,That Day!HOOAH!HOOYAH! HOORAH!Love and Hugs!Tony.

*** Posted by Tony Rose. on 2012-09-11 ***

I served with Ed on the USS Fletcher in the Persian Gulf 1998. Ed was the real deal. A good man. Always think of him on Sep 11.

*** Posted by QM1 Bill Ulwelling USN Retired on 2012-09-11 ***

Edward: 11 years have passed, but your memory is ever present to those of us who have served with you. Thank you for displaying the character of Honor, Courage, and Commitment to the United States of America, the United States Navy, and to the citizens of the United States.
Your memory as a true patriot is always on display at our memorial in Morehead, Kentucky at Freedom Park. Your shipmates at the Rowan County Veterans Foundation.

*** Posted by LSCS Michael Mackin on 2012-09-10 ***

On this eve of 9-11, I am reminded how quickly life can change. Thinking of the family of Edward Earhart; please know that we are grateful for his service to this country.

*** Posted by Jessica Bradt Bocook on 2012-09-10 ***

I recently visited the 9/11 Memorial in New York with a group of students and parents on a field trip. My friend and I walked around and chose a couple of names that we decided we would look up when we got back home to WV. I chose Edward T. Earhart. My heart goes out to the families of all the people who lost loved ones on that perilous day. They will always be heroes in our hearts! May God Bless our service men and women who keep this country safe so we can have freedom!

*** Posted by Ramona on 2012-04-03 ***

I will never forget your Eddie! I think of you often. I didnt get to see you very often but I am so proud of you. Love you!

*** Posted by Susan Palmer on 2011-09-12 ***

It was a great honor to know Ed as my brother-in-law and best man at my wedding to his sister Andrea. I will never forget you, Ed.

*** Posted by Robert Stauter on 2011-09-12 ***

I was stationed with Ed at Naval Reserve Center,Lexington,KY.He was a fine sailor and friend. He was truly a hero and his hard work and dedication was a testament to who he was and he will always be remember as that leader.I think about all the good and kind things he did for me back in the 90s. I will never forget my friend and shipmate.His sacrifice shaped the careers of so many, I am indebted to the legacy he left us with and will always cherish his friend ship.
BMC (SCW) Raynold Morgan

*** Posted by BMC (SCW) Raynold Morgan on 2011-09-11 ***

I did not personally know this young man. I just know that he was from a town that is maybe 35 miles from me. My heart goes out to his family and his friends. Prayers be with them always. May God comfort his family and give them peace in there hearts, for that is where Edward lives now, his memory will always be there and in your minds...God bless you all!

*** Posted by Michelle Brown on 2011-09-11 ***

May the winds always be at your back and you sail upon calm waters! The family of Elvena Mabry McCabe.

*** Posted by Len McCabe on 2011-09-11 ***

Edward was a wonderful young man and cousin! I always loved his big smile, positive attitude and his playful jokes! I miss and love him lots! I will always cherish his memory and never forget that dreadful day of 09/11/2001.

*** Posted by Tammy Thomas on 2011-09-10 ***

I met Ed when we were in high school. He was always surrounded by friends- Everybody liked Ed! I was kind of a dorky kid, and he went out of his way to make me smile. He was the kind of person who genuinely cared about others and wanted everyone around him to be happy. Bless you and your family, Ed. You were (and are) one of the good ones.

*** Posted by Nicki (Sloan) Petronella on 2011-09-09 ***

A true hero and a promising young sailor who loved serving in the US Navy and being a "weather guesser." Was really upset by the news that he was one of the many killed in the attack on the Pentagon. R.I.P. shipmate!  We never forgot!

*** Posted by Thomas Gouin (AG2 Thomas Gouin) on 2011-05-04 ***

Reflecting on Ed's humor and caring personality and am thankful to have shared it. After the attacks my mother went through my old school notes and found a letter from Ed. He was such a funny yet compassionate person. RIP Ed!

*** Posted by Carrie Yarnell (Martin back then) on 2010-09-11 ***

I don't know if I met Ed or not. He probably went through Aerographers Mate training school at Keesler AFB, MS, when I was the Commanding Officer of the Marine Detachment there. I am sure we passed each other at some time or another there. One never knows what life has in store for us. He was serving his country. That blank check he wrote to his country was cashed on that terrible day. I salute him.

*** Posted by Bob Fields, Major, USMC (Retired) on 2010-09-09 ***

Ed is very special to me, having served with him at the Lexington Reserve Center ... always smiling, that Ed. I met with him at the Chinese restaurant on Main Street prior to his departure for the Pentagon. I, too, was assigned on ADSW orders during that time in El Salvador. Each year I have Chief Selects know who he is and what he has done for our country. He is an American hero to me, and I am very honored to have met and served with him.

*** Posted by LSCS Michael Mackin on 2010-07-25 ***

I don't remember Ed. He was married to my mother, and all she has ever told me is that he loved me very much.... The only thing I remember of Ed is that one night in Hawaii I was sick, and he stopped the car to take off his shirt and give it to me. He would give me the shirt off of his back, he cared that much. I love you, and wish I had the chance to know you like everyone else did.

All the love in my heart,

*** Posted by Kelsey Keeton on 2010-07-19 ***

My thoughts and prayers go out to Ed's family and friends today to ease the pain and suffering brought by the horrific attack that took place 8 years ago to this date. I was stationed with Ed in Pearl Harbor and he was a great man and friend. He always thought of others first and always offered a helping hand. He had great passion for his work and and I enjoyed learning from him. May you rest in peace, Ed.

*** Posted by Darin Droll on 2009-09-11 ***

There isn't a year that goes by that I don't think of Ed. We went to the same high school and I'm sad to say that I never got to know him. Somehow, that doesn't change the fact that I'll never forget him. I'll never forget the great loss, that was felt by all, when his name was announced. I'll never forget that day or the horrors of it.
If Ed's family sees this I want you to know that he is still in the hearts and minds of strangers as well as your own. I'm so sorry for your loss and you all will be in my prayers.
**** ********
Morehead, KY

*** Posted by **** ******** on 2009-09-11 ***

Although I did not know Ed personally, I am proud to know him through the NPMOC FCPOA's dedication to the memorial fund set up in his honor. My deepest condolences for you and your family. Quoted from the movie Simon Birch: "When someone you love dies, you don't lose them all at once." and "Into paradise ... may the angels ... lead you." You are in my prayers.

*** Posted by Anna on 2009-09-11 ***

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