Thank You from The Day Famly

To Brazoria County Cavalry:

I cannot express enough my gratitude for all of you and for your participation in my
husband, Gary Day’s Memorial service.  Your presence was truly a blessing.  As his wife,
to receive your gifts of honor and gratitude for Gary’s service to our great country
was overwhelming. 
The Cavalry had a special place in Gary’s heart and remains special to me.  You have my
utmost respect.

Thank you for all you do..
Charlotte Day

Words from Trafton Family

Brazoria County Cavalry

It was wonderful. He still talks about how much he appreciated every one coming. I can’t say enough how honored I was to have such a caring group of fellow Vets to give Ed the recognition he and others so well deserved. Again thanks to everyone and God Bless America.

The Trafton/Thomas family

Words from Jesse Damian

Brazoria County Cavalry
You guys are an awesome organization. The support and respect that you showed to my father, Jesse G Damian(SGT),U.S.M.C. and to my mother Josie Damian was a tremendous help during the past week. On behalf of our mother, my brother Joe and I would like to Thank You all.

Thank you and God Bless

Jesse Damian

Words from Michelle Hernandez


Thank you again for all your help this week.  The services was very beautiful and I am so grateful the BCC was able to be a part.

I have a donation from the Damian family they would like to give in appreciation for the BCC helping fulfill my father in law’s last wishes.  Who or where do I need to give there gift?

Michelle Hernandez

Words from the John Booth Family

I would like to thank each and every member of the Brazoria County Cavalry for the support, honor, and  respect that is shown when honoring a Fallen American Hero.  It is a time that is hard for all and my family and I appreciate each and every one of you for attending the service and for paying your respects to my father, John (JB) Booth.  Burying a Fallen American Hero is a hard thing to do, but I can only imagine that this one had to be one of the hardest for the Cavalry.  We all not only honored and buried a Fallen American Hero, we buried a member of your Cavalry and a member of my family; a person we all loved.  My father took great pride in being part of The Brazoria County Cavalry, as well as a being a Veteran of the U.S. Military.  When he rode with the Cavalry to honor and support a Fallen American Hero, he took pride in that, as well as each and every one of you do.  I know each one of you have memories of him that you will always remember and never forget.  When the Cavalry rides again, he will be there with each and every one of you, in memory.  Thank you all again for all that you do, for giving my family comfort, and remember  “never forget JB.”

Thank you

From the Family of John (JB) Booth

Kim Garner, Jake Garner, Madison Garner, and Max Garner