Jeremy F Regnier


LITTLETON, NH, USA

U.S. Marines

SPC, B BATTERY, 4TH BN, 5TH ADA, 1ST CAVALRY DIV, FORT HOOD, TX 76544

BAGHDAD, IRAQ 10/13/2004


Jeremy F. Regnier once asked his dad to go deer hunting, but Kevin Regnier begged off because he didn’t have a rifle. Within hours, his son had bought him one. “He’d give you the shirt off his back,” said Kevin Regnier. “He’d do anything for anybody.”

Jeremy Regnier, 22, of Littleton, N.H. joined the military in 2000 and served a tour in South Korea before going to Iraq. He had dropped out of high school after the 11th grade, but earned an equivalency diploma while working in manufacturing jobs. He had a tattoo on one arm that showed a skull wearing an Army helmet a sign of his commitment to the military.

Relatives said he was hoping to make a career in the Army and planned to become a helicopter mechanic. He was the fourth generation of his family to serve his country win war, and the only one not to come back. Jeremy is survived by his father Kevin and stepmother, Shawn, brother Nicholas, and sister Amanda.

Jeremy’s portrait is also on Poster 12