On Saturday, the Tampa Bay Veterans Alliance hosted a particular ceremony at Crest Lake Park in Clearwater. The occasion featured a tribute to Navy SEAL, Danny Dietz.
- Bay space veterans ceremony paid tribute to native Navy SEAL
- Danny Dietz killed throughout gun battle in Afghanistan in 2005
“I’ve all the time supported my youngsters and simply needed the most effective for them so I used to be so proud and so honored that he needed to serve his nation,” Cindy Dietz-Marsh stated.
Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Danny Dietz was killed throughout a gun battle whereas on a mission in Afghanistan in 2005. His mom, Cindy, stated they have been unable to find him for a number of days.
“On July 4th, we acquired our ultimate knock that our son wasn’t coming house it was probably the most horrific, life altering day for our household,” Dietz-Marsh stated.
It was a horrific tragedy no household ought to need to endure however Cindy has made it her mission to maintain Danny’s reminiscence alive. She was a key-notice speaker at Saturday’s ceremony that additionally devoted State Street 60 as a Purple Coronary heart Path.
The Purple Coronary heart Path was established in 1992 by the Army Order of the Purple Coronary heart to be a symbolic nationwide community of roadways to commemorate and honor all women and men who have been harm or killed in fight. Heroes like Navy SEAL Danny Dietz and numerous others who gave every thing for our freedom.
Cindy stated she’d give something to have her son again however couldn’t be extra pleased with his service and is grateful for the help.
“Individuals have been so sort and with out the love and generosity and care from individuals all over the world, I would not be the place I’m in the present day, it is at some point at a time and one step at a time,” Dietz-Marsh stated.