Comments about ‘Utah soldier mourned’

Return to article »

He was one of the first to die at Fort Hood

Published: Saturday, Nov. 7 2009 12:00 a.m. MST

  • Oldest first
  • Newest first
  • Most recommended
John Gilmore

Does anyone else notice a commonality in the events involving muslim gunman. The so-called religion of peace has an ugly side that justifies the killing of innocents. There is a reason that the Middle East, the birthplace of Christianity is almost devoid of Christians. Islam exterminated them. Religion does matter and until we take the threats of radical Islam seriously, many more people will die unnecessarily.


I love Aaron, what a brave man to serve are country. We should all look up to him and what he was doing for are freedom. I know this hole Family so well, and this just crush's my soul. The pictures you see have so many words and so much love! I Love you Aaron and your in my thoughts and heart! You shall have a place in my heart for life!


My best wishes go out to the families of the victims of this terrorist attack.

If we would stop being politically correct and face the fact that Islam is not a peaceful religion, these tragedies could be avoided.


Thanks Aaron!

Jean Magann

My sincere sympathy to Nemelka family. He was an honorable young man who served his country. I thank him and his family for their sacrifice.


What a sad time in our country. Not only are we at war over seas, but we have war here in our own backyard. My prayers go out to this courageous man's family.

Great Parents

What great parents this young man has. I am thankful to him for serving our country and to them for raising such an outstanding young man. my prayers are with them during this difficult time.

Suellen Wilson

All our love and prayers for Teena, Mike and Family.

Debt of gratitude

The entire country owes a debt of gratitude to all those who serve honorably in our Armed Forces and to their families. I salute the Nemelka family and extend my sincere condolences in this time of great personal loss and trial.

Steve Price

I offer my condolences and thanks to the Mike, Teena and their family. Even if those in the highest circles of our government may not give their full support to our military men; we wish to thank you and your son for his selfless service to our country for the freedoms we still enjoy. Our prayers go with you during this time of great sacrifice and words cannot express our sympathy and thanks to you and your family.


Thanks for all you did for this country sorry you passed many loves and prays to your family!!

heather r

so sorry for your loss. We lost a daughter last Dec. and burried her on Dec. 20th. It's never easy to loose a child. They are your life and blood. I do have to say that I believe he will help you more every day of your life as your heart is opened to him. He will never leave you really and will be in your heart. He didn't die in vain. His time was spent doing good. We never know when it's our time to go. Being left behind is so difficult but I do believe he will be actually closer to you because he will be in your hearts forever. It doesn't make the pain any easier. Accept all of the stages of grief. He will be your anchor when you need it most.

Williams Family

Sorry to here the great lose your family is going thru.
Are prayer's are with your family. .

oklahoma mom

Im so sorry for this awfull thing,
We pray for you and all of our military every night,
Our son also joined the Army instead of going on a L.D.S Mission.
He will be going to Afganastan any time now,
He is in Germany with the 173rd Airborne.
His name is Martin.
We will keep you in our prayer,s
God bless you and God Bless America,
Military Mom Tammy Windholz OK

Great Family

I knew this family growing up before they moved to West Jordan. Mike was my scout leader and the whole family is just great. I hope they can be comforted and know that their noble son died in the service of his country, and even though the circumstances are sad and shocking, this young man is a great example of a patriot and someone who loves his country. Thank you for your service Aaron.

Don Guymon

Very sad indeed. Thoughts and prayers with the family. May they be blessed for their sacrifice for our country.


The John gilmors are a big part of the worlds problem, narrow minded prejudice produce hate and conflict.


i am so sorry to hear of your loss. my son has just joined the marines. my thoughts and prayers are with you.


Our prayers are with you

POW*MIA Chaplain Elko, NV

Lane Martineau

Your son is and always will be a hero in the eyes of those who love freedom and value good deeds. What a wonderful young man, you will see him again in glory and the endless happiness that can only be found in the eternities. Sincerest condolences and best wishes to his family friends and relatives.

to comment

DeseretNews.com encourages a civil dialogue among its readers. We welcome your thoughtful comments.
About comments