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In Tribute to Sgt. Maj. Lacey B. Ivory
43 years old.   Residence: Woodbridge, Va.
Died in Pentagon

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I did not know you, but I will always remember you. Your service to our country is appreciated and your death is our great loss. Rest in peace. 9/11/11

*** Posted by Cathy from Indiana on 2011-09-11 ***

Although we only met once, and I knew LTC Ivory briefly, I pray often for you and General Maude. Thank you for your service and leadership. May God bless and keep you and the family that you left behind.

*** Posted by Kathryn Berry Scherlek on 2011-05-28 ***


We of USASMA Class 50 will never forget!

Mike-12 Forever

*** Posted by SGM Brandt A. Thomas (RET) on 2009-08-27 ***

Although I never had the pleasure of meeting you, it still saddens me to know that I never will. Thank you for all you have done for our country. Your works will never go unnoticed. I have had the honor to meet your sister, so in some way I have met a part of you, and I will be eternally grateful. Rest in Peace, Sergeant Major Ivory.

*** Posted by Ciara Chandler on 2007-04-14 ***

Gone but never forgotten.  Lacey is missed by numerous childhood and high school friends from the Kansas City, MO area.  We had known each other since elementary school.  There are a small group of us girls (women now) who knew Lacey and his family very well as a result of growing up together.  We walked the same stage at graduation. 

Although the 2-year anniversary has come and gone, there are no words to express how anyone really feels.  It was just too big to grasp and too sad to accept.  There was so much left unfinished and unspoken.  No one will ever be the same. 

Although I live in the District of Columbia and was able to be with the family for the memorial service and burial at Arlington Cemetary, I can't help but feel in my own heart that Lacey should have been buried at home.  Let the city that allowed him to be taken away so suddenly honor his memory with street signs and other tokens of appreciation.  Let his family and friends hold him close and never forget his sacrifice or his dedication.  From his humble beginnings to his untimely end, we (none of us) were supposed to make it out of poverty and sometimes despair.  I'm so glad that he did it (for all of us).

*** Posted by Georgia M. Dickens, Manual High School Class of 1977 (Kansas City, MO) on 2003-11-27 ***

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