Michael G. Heiser's Memorial

Guest Book 

Thank you for visiting Michaels's Memorial website . 

We would appreciate it if you would add your thoughts to this guest book that we are keeping in remembrance of Michael and his 18 fallen comrades.


Honington, Suffolk, in 1992 I used to live next door to, and socialize with Pat Fennig. We were two UK airmen, Pat and John (Kikta) were our neighbors and friends. Well we had a great time, we used spend most nights together drinking and watch 'stuff'. In fact, I like to think we introduced Pat and John to the UK Pub scene! However, they returned to the USA and I moved on and we lost touch. Well, I was at Dhahran in 1996 when the Bomb went off. I couldn't believe it when I found out Pat was out there and had perished, I didn't even see him. To this day I think about it, thus this message. I will never forget the good times we had and the fact that we were yards apart and didn't know. Some things just don't make sense, to me this is one. Kind regards, Steven Thompson (RAF)
Steven Thompson <stevenrthompson@hotmail.com>
Elgin, Scotland UK - Friday, October 22, 2004 at 17:28:31 (PDT)


Fran: The web site is a wonderful tribute to your son, Michael, and his fallen comrades. I wish you success in your fight for justice. I know that it is a long, painful and exhausting journey.
Georgia Bergmann < >
CO USA - Tuesday, June 08, 2004 at 15:41:50 (PDT) 


Dear Fran & Gary, 

My deepest sympathy for the loss of your son Michael on June 25, 1996. Many unbelievable terrible incidents are occurring in the world and we are simply speechless and do not know how to cope with it. God bless his soul and the other heroes who died with him.

Lina Demirjian <vertibelle@vertibelle.com>

Toronto, Ontario Canada - Tuesday, June 08, 2004 at 15:30:57 (PDT)


We have so many memories that will last forever, those of Mike and both of you, Fran and Gary
Jackie and George Bushey <jmb4404@juno.com>

Palm Coast, FL USA - Tuesday, June 08, 2004 at 15:26:51 (PDT)


I only remember Mike as such a young boy. It was different to see him so grown up. I'm not surprised at the type of person he became as he had such fine examples in his parents and family. Not ever having children, it is difficult to imagine your sense of loss- probably more a sense of frustration at the senselessness of what happened. I don't even pretend to understand a faith in a "god" that would encourage people to destroy others, and call it 'good'. My prayers are with you. Love- Jane
Jane Cunningham <jane1234@bellsouth.net>

Pensacola, FL USA - Saturday, June 05, 2004 at 13:40:00 (PDT)


My sincerest regrets for your loss.  From the pictures, I see a fine young man that we owe our thanks to as well as to his family. God Bless You all.

Joan C. Bean <joancbean@msn.com>

Houston, TX USA - Friday, April 23, 2004 at 21:30:15 (PDT)


Dear Fran and Gary...

Michael's website is beautiful.  Thank you for sending me the link, sorry it took so long for me to be up to looking at it. I hope that this finds you both well and still traveling.  This gets easier when???

Hope to talk to you soon.

Love,

Dian

dian <hoopsdi@Hotmail.com>

USA - Monday, December 15, 2003 at 20:42:18 (PST)


Thanks Fran and Gary; again you have left no stone unturned.

 Thanks

 Denise

 Denise M. Eichstaedt <eafbfl@aol.com>

 New Smyrna Beach, Fl USA - Thursday, November 27, 2003 at 11:39:54 (PST)


A very fitting tribute for a great guy! We will always have Mike in our hearts as well as his parents! Love you all!  Gary and Ingrid

Gary Sherwood <glsherw@aol.com>

Shipman, Va. USA - Wednesday, November 26, 2003 at 10:19:49 (PST)


It was a great pleasure to have known Mike. He was a great individual and a proud serviceman. My prayers and thoughts to his family and friends, he will be greatly missed but will NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.

Gary Krause <bckrause@mindspring.com>

Maitland, Fl USA - Wednesday, November 26, 2003 at 08:14:28 (PST)