"Gone But Not Forgotten Heroes  "
In Memory of Ralph Suter Jr.



Even though a few years have passed since September 11, 2001, there are still thousands of people affected by that day.  The attack was not just an opened wound healed quickly.  Many people, especially the armed forces, are still dealing with some hidden scars.  After September 11th, 2001, hundreds of thousands of men and women have gone overseas to protect and serve.

Thousands of these people gave their lives and died on foreign soil.

Ralph Suter Jr. died July 23, 2007.  Ralph Jr. didn't die in battle, but back home, in his sleep, after suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  It has been a mission of Ralph Sr. to give back and help all veterans, especially those suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Ralph Sr. started this web page in remembrance and honor of his son, Ralph Edward Suter, Jr., and all the men and women and their families who have lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan and for all the soldiers who have returned home and are suffering from PTSD.

Everything Ralph Sr. does is for veterans and that's what he believes his son would have wanted.  Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can be very serious.  If you know someone that may be dealing with this tough disease, urge them to seek medical help.

"Dedication  "
This site is remembrance of Ralph Suter Jr. and all the brave men and women who have lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan and other wars.

"Purpose  "

This site is used to serve all active and retired military personnel through Vets4Vets & Partriot Guard.

"Mission Statement  "

To allow God to work through me to serve
those who have served us and our country.

"How does this site work?  "

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