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In Tribute to Staff Sgt. Maudlyn A. White
38 years old.   Residence: St. Croix, Virgin Islands
Died in Pentagon

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Maudlyn White was my best friend. We went through basic training, AIT and our first permanent duty station at Wiesbaden Air Base together. She is sorely missed! A few days prior to 9/11 she came across my mind with how she would boil eggs in her coffee pot. We lost contact over the years and my husband Eddie Velez was the one who informed me she died in the 9/11 attack when he went to perform at the Pentagon the day before Saddam Hussein was captured. So many co-winky dinks but none in the LORD. I miss you Maudlyn but know I will see you again!
************** Anna Marie Ponds-Velez 9-11-12**************

*** Posted by Anna Marie Ponds-Velez on 2012-09-11 ***

Maudlyn White was my best friend. We went through basic training, AIT and our first permanent duty at Wiesbaden Air Base together. She is sorely missed! A few days prior to 9/11 she came across my mind with how she would boil eggs with in her coffee pot. My husband Eddie Velez was the one of found she had died in the 9/11 attack when he went their to perform at the Pentagon the day before Saddam Hussein was captured. So many co-winky dinks but none in the LORD. I miss you Maudlyn but know I will see you again!
************** Anna Marie Ponds-Velez 9-11-12**************

*** Posted by Anna Marie Ponds-Velez on 2012-09-11 ***

I only knew Maudlyn for a short time. She was my neighbor on Ft. Belvoir. Her daughter would come over to hang out with my daughters. A week before 9/11, she and her daughter attended my daughters birthday party. We had a good time. I am sure that she is smiling, probably running around heaven. God bless her family and friends in St. Croix. She is missed.

*** Posted by Tiffany Epps on 2012-09-10 ***

SSG Maudlyn White today is Memorial Day and as always I was thinking of you. Thank you for your Service my friend.

*** Posted by SGM Tonia Littlejohn on 2012-05-28 ***

I first met Maudlyn at Fort McPherson GA...we remained close thru the years. I miss you so much. Sweet, funny, beautiful soul..When you left I lost one of the best friends I ever had. I want you to know that I love you and I WILL see you at the crossroads.....

*** Posted by Thelma Ward on 2012-05-26 ***

I am looking for my friend, her name is Maudlyn. We worked together in Germany back in Frankfurt from 1993 to 1995. How can I find out if this is my long lost friend?

*** Posted by Detra Holden on 2012-02-19 ***

To my friend SSG Maudlyn White you are sorely missed and will never be forgotten on this 10th anniversary. God Bless and Rest in Peace.

*** Posted by SGM Tonia Littlejohn on 2011-09-10 ***

Thanks to all who continue to share the love felt by MAUDLYN. God knows it all, but with his blessing she was given a gift that she left on this earth for us - her daughter. Her daughter is the spliting imagine of her - tall truly wonderful person, full of love, happiness, and kindness towards all and yes she loves to wear that smile.
Kim Jackson, her daughter is "okay". She lives in St. Croix, Virgin Islands, in the 11th grade, and enjoying life in paradise. Thanks

*** Posted by Jerraine Miller on 2011-08-26 ***

SSG White was one of my NCO's back almost ten years ago at Ft. Belvior HQBN S-1. I remember her always smiling and being upbeat and positive. She had a vast amount of knowledge and was extremely sharp as well. She was a mentor to me, as a SPC. Back in that time I was a knucklehead and really needed that. I remember the day she left our section. It was her first day at the Pentagon, which was unfortunately September 11, 2001. She will never be forgotten. May God rest her soul and continue to bless her family.

SFC Milton
Career Counselor
3rd BDE, 3rd Infantry Division

*** Posted by SFC Adrian Milton on 2011-05-02 ***

My memories are so many, we spent eight weeks of basic training at Fort McClellan, AL, and she was my daily motivation to keep going. She was an inspirational person who never saw the bad side of anyone. Being almost 6 feet tall, there were not many who were not in awe of this wonderful woman. She embodied life and soul at their deepest level. May your soul rest in peace. My prayers for your family.

*** Posted by Kim Cassell on 2010-09-11 ***

SSG White and I served in 2ID HHC DISCOM together. I had PCS from Korea and was in ANCOC when I received the call. I felt so bad because I had missed a call from SSG White the weekend prior and was never able to return her call. Yes, she was a reserve person but loved her daughter and the Army. It was funny how everyone used to tease me because I could always get her to laugh... I aways told them she just trying to be hard. I miss you so much Maudyln.

*** Posted by SGM Tonia Littlejohn on 2010-09-11 ***

SSG White served as my Personnel NCOIC at Fort Belvoir, Virginia right up to the time of her untimely death. She was to begin her role as an Admin NCO at the Pentagon on the day the world witnessed her and other's victimization at the hands of those who despise freedom and our way of life. SSG White was more than one of my soldiers. She was a loyal and trusted friend. Many have mourned her loss since that day, and she will forever be in the memories of all who served at the Headquarters Command on Fort Belvoir on that terribly regretful day.

May God Bless all who knew, cared for, and loved SSG Maudlyn A. White

*** Posted by Command Sergeant Major Milton J. Grant III on 2010-03-16 ***

SSG White was my PAC NCOIC in in the 2ID DISCOM in Camp Casey, Korea. She had just been reassigned to the Pentagon and 9/11 was her second day on the job. SSG White was a truly wonderful person, full of love, happiness, and kindness towards all—a great professional non-commissioned officer and leader. She knew her job and executed it to a high standard and, in doing so, inspired all around her. At Camp Casey, we had a memorial service for her after 9/11, and the chapel was packed with fellow soldiers. Many tears were shed that day in testimony to her rich and rewarding life. On behalf of all the soldiers who were privileged to serve with SSG White, she will never be forgotten.

Brigadier General Steven M. Anderson

*** Posted by Brigadier General Steven M. Anderson on 2009-09-23 ***

Sgt White was stationed with my husband and me in two places, in Germany and in Chicago. Her daughter, Velca, or Veve as we called her, was one year younger than our twins. She stayed at our house many times, and I watched her daughter. We has so much fun together. She was direct and to the point, but she loved that little girl so. I miss her very much, and I hope her daughter is okay.

*** Posted by kim jackson on 2008-11-11 ***

I had the honor of attending the Pentagon Memorial today 9/11/2008 and got a chance to see the place of honor for all those we lost in the Pentagon. Maudlyn now has a place of peace that all can go and reflect and pause a moment and remember her. We miss you, Maudlyn.

*** Posted by SFC (R) Reginald Hayes on 2008-09-11 ***

You are sorely missed and will never be forgotten on this 7th anniversary. God Bless and Rest in Peace

*** Posted by Denise J on 2008-09-11 ***

I LUV U

*** Posted by vielka on 2006-11-09 ***

Since the 9/11 attack, I have been mobilized twice to help with the war on terrorism. On my first tour, my First Sergeant ordered the rememberance bracelet and I have been wearing one every day in the memory of SSG Maudlyn White. My prayers and thoughts are with the family and friends of SSG White. And with all of the other family and friends for those that were lost on that awful day.

God Bless

SSG(R) Janet Harnack
Supply Sergeant

*** Posted by SSG (R) Janet Harnack on 2006-09-11 ***

I will be honoring and remembering Sgt. Maudlyn A. White
on 9-11-06 on my blog in national effort with 2,996 bloggers remembering these victims on the 5th anniversary.

http://joyinthemorning.clubmom.com

~~Loni

*** Posted by Loni on 2006-09-09 ***


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