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Write to the Families of Fallen Chattanooga Heros


Often, we do not know what to do when faced with a tragedy. The families of those who have lost a loved one in Chattanooga are experiencing grief in a way we cannot imagine. There is something YOU can do.

Here at Joe for America, we have found a way for you to help ease the pain for others who have lost a loved one in an entirely senseless act of hate. Poems, cards, letters and even drawings from children in your home would be most welcome.


Thank you for your support to these fallen heroes:


For Those Interested in Sending Cards to the Fallen Marine Families


CPD Sgt Danny Jones….a Mike Battery veteran and Public Information Officer with the Chattanooga Police Department has personally been in contact with all four families (as has Chief Fletcher) and has offered to distribute any cards or notes you would like to send.

Chattanooga Police Department
C/O Sgt Danny Jones
3410 Amnicola Highway
Chattanooga TN 37406

Please write on the back of the envelope “Marines” or “USMC” and he will distribute them evenly.
If you would like to send a card or note to a specific family, note the Marine’s name on the back of the envelope:

Gunnery Sergeant(GySgt) Thomas J Sullivan
Staff Sergeant(SSgt) David A Wyatt
Sergeant(Sgt) Carson A Holmquist
Lance Corporal(LCpl) Squire “Skip” K Wells
( Cathy Wells, mother of “Skip” has set up a PO box if you are interested in sending to her. It’s PO Box 869 Austell, GA 30168)

If you would also like to send a note to the family of our fallen Sailor:
Petty Officer 2nd Class (PO2) Randall Smith

Thank you for your time. Your words heal more than you may know.

Written by Katie McGuire. Follow Katie on Twitter @GOPKatie, or email the author at

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Katie McGuire

Political Junkie. Mom, Writer, Blogger. Owner of kids and corgis.


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