My best friendPosted on 1/26/14 - by Robert A. Krysch (sp 4) 1/1 cav A trp. Track 10I will always remenber Brent Nauss who was my best freind and took my place on track # 12 and died in front of me.I still have to live with this and I ask god why did he let us switch places.Our orders were that I was tomove off track 10 that broke down and with brent so short on time he could have went back with the track and maybe went home from there.But he told me to go with the track because he didn't want to work on gettinng the engine cover off.God that was a move I will nevver understand.I seen his parents after I came home to tell his father how much ne loved him.That hurt so much to see his dad that both of us cryed and just held each other for a long time.I will never forget that man. I just hope that I made him proud of me and my life that he gave to me.Love you Brent....MORE
RemembrancePosted on 3/19/12 - by Ruth Babcock MORE
We RememberPosted on 12/11/09 - by Robert Sage firstname.lastname@example.orgBrent is buried at Lakeview Cemetery in Howell, MI.
ONE OF MICHIGAN'S FALLEN SONSPosted on 9/2/08 - by Michigan Remembers Her Fallen Sons MORE
Brent was a good friendPosted on 6/11/01 - by Ronald M. BrownI served with Brent he was in my Section, A Troop 1/1 Cav. Americal Division, he was a good friend. It is hard to believe he was KIA when he was so close to coming home. Everyone that knew Brent liked him. He was a special person, I will always remember him.MORE
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