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In Tribute to Ernest M. Willcher
62 years old.   Residence: North Potomac, Md.
Died in Pentagon

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I attended a memorial service yesterday (9/11/11) in our small town. The backdrop was an American flag made out of red,white and blue roses. Two roses attached together with the name of a deceased hero. My rose was Ernest M. Willcher.

Although I did not know Mr. Wilcher, I have committed to pray for his family and friends and co-workers. My thoughts go out to all of you.

Linda A. Ernst, 8795 N. Piqua-Lockington Rd., Piqua, OH 45356.

*** Posted by Linda Ernst on 2011-09-12 ***

Although we did not know Ernie personally, we share the loss with his family and our friends, the Abroms family - Louise, Jim, Dave, Michelle, and Sarah. Sending special thoughts today, Sept. 11, 2011 - 10th anniversary. Greg and Cindy

*** Posted by cindy and greg van horn on 2011-09-11 ***

Memories from a relative in Australia through marriage to a WWII war bride.

*** Posted by Roger Karrasch on 2010-06-07 ***

Ernie worked for me in the Office of the Army General Counsel for about 15 years. He was a recognized expert in the field of civilian personnel law, and I, as well as the entire Office of the Secretary of the Army, relied upon him heavily. He was remarkably skilled, thorough, reliable, and unflappable no matter what the situation.

Even more noteworthy than his outstanding dedication and professional skills, however, were his qualities as a human being. He was a man of the highest personal integrity, thoroughly dedicated to his family, and warm and caring toward all. We miss him greatly.

*** Posted by Darrell Peck on 2008-09-11 ***

A special and caring person. Ernie made a solid and wonderful impression on me as I only met him for a class the first month we both joined Booz Allen in 2001. Ernie always smiled, was proud to have faithfully served his country for so long, and excited about a new career in Booz Allen. He always smiled. Only a few people will ever make an impression on others that endures after only a few days together. Ernie was one of them.

*** Posted by Ernest Willcher on 2006-06-23 ***

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