Funeral services confirmed for Aaron Butler
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Funeral services for Aaron Butler will begin at noon on Saturday, August 26 at the Monticello LDS Stake Center in Monticello, UT. A viewing will be held from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and interment will follow in the Monticello City Cemetery. Butler’s body is scheduled to arrive at the Monticello Airport on Thursday, August 24. A motorcade will travel through Monticello and take the body to the San Juan Mortuary in Blanding, UT. The time has yet to be determined. Staff Sgt Aaron Butler was killed in action on August 16 in Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan. The 27-year-old soldier from Monticello is a member of the Green Beret Special Forces. Butler was assigned to the Utah National Guard 19th Special Forces group.
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SheRaye
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August 19, 2017
Soldier Butler, God bless you soul and thank you for your service and sacrifice. My prayers are offered for your family and friends.
JimGallup
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August 18, 2017
A SOLDIER’S PRAYER - by Col. Lewis L. Millett, MoH I’ve fought when others feared to serve. I’ve gone where many failed to go. I’ve lost friends in war and strife, who valued duty over the love of life. I’ve shared the comradeship of pain I’ve searched these lands for men that we’ve lost. I’ve sons who’ve served our land of liberty who’d fight to see that other lands are free. I’ve seen the weak forsake humanity. I’ve heard fakers praise our enemy. I’ve seen challenged men stand ever bolder. I’ve seen the duty, the honor, the sacrifice of the soldier. Now, I understand the meaning of all lives, The lives of comrades of not so long ago. So to you who answered duties siren call, may God bless you my son, may God bless you all.
claysonlyman
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August 17, 2017
On behalf of the Monticello High School Buckaroo Alumni Association we extend heartfelt condolences and sympathy to the Butler family, all of whom have made us proud over the years to be associated with them as BUCKAROOS! The name BUTLER in Monticello commands respect and deep appreciation for the goodness and major contribution this family has made to Monticello as a whole and to Monticello High School in particular. Aaron is our hero! He carried the Orange & Black into battle time after time to a victorious conclusion. We hold him in highest esteem - a true Buckaroo warrior. Our sincere thanks to him and his family for his service to Our Country!! Clayson Lyman, MHS Alumni Class of '54
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