Franklin, Tennessee, US
United States Army
WO1, Bravo Company, 64th Brigade Support, 4th Infantry Division
San Antonio, US, 04/07/2009
Jud had a big heart, was a loving, caring person. Jud was a great son and brother to Joey. He was devoted to his family, he was a Christian. Jud could keep everyone laughing, his smile was worth a million words. Yet he was a leader in the Army, always taking that extra step, a proud soldier, brave, and loved his flag and his country. He proudly served two tours in Camp Taji, Iraq for “Operation Iraqi Freedom”.
Jud received many medals and honors. He attended much specialized training during his career and had just received the Purple Heart for his injuries of last November 8th.
Jud’s death was due to complications from injuries sustained in Iraq, November 8, 2008. He was assigned to the Wounded Warrior Program and received treatment and several surgeries over a five month period at Brooks Army Medical Center in San Antonio, TX.
The Tennessee House of Representatives has adopted a Resolution to honor the memory of Warrant Officer Judson E. Mount. Also, a bridge in Franklin, TN will be named in Jud’s honor.
He is respected by all his family, relatives, friends and Unit Team soldiers. He will be missed so much, the Hero that he is. He died for his country and for our freedom