In Loving Memory of
Spc. Daniel A. Fuentes 
07/27/87-04/06/07 
On April 6, 2007 our Family Circle was broken as we received the tragic news that our son SPC Daniel Fuentes of Levittown, died in Baghdad, Iraq in service of our country. The Fuentes, Rotger, and Lenis Family are traveling this painful journey together and strong. “Yes, our Family Circle has been broken, but the link will always remain in our hearts.” We have been able to endure this journey because of the out pouring of compassion from our neighbors, the Levittown community and the surrounding communities. Indeed, we have been comforted by the care and concern that you have shown since Daniel’s death in Iraq. Your support has strengthened us and made it possible for us to get through this journey and to keep Daniel’s memory alive.
We want to say thank you to all of the men and women in our Armed Forces who put their lives on the line every day to protect this country.

To all our Armed Forces personnel who have served and who are serving our country. You have our deepest gratitude for securing and defending our freedom.
Delta Company 1-28 Infantry, Black Lions, away from home fighting in Iraq. We have deep admiration of your bravery and courage. We are holding you in our prayers.

We also want to express our gratitude
 to the Long Island elected officials: Congressman Peter King; Nassau County Executive Thomas R. Souzzi our very own Legislator Dennis Dunne, District 15, Nassau County Legislature; Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray; Council Member Gary Hudes, 6th District, Town of Hempstead and the unforgettable Andy Booth, Post 1711 Commander. We have been comforted by your support, warmth, and care. In addition, we would like to thank you for the invitation and the opportunity to honor our son in the Levittown Memorial Day Parade.

We also want to express our gratitude to:
To the Brave, Nassau/Suffolk and New York City Police Officers and the 100’s of people who lined to see Daniel at O’Shea’s Funeral home. Veteran organizations and friends from Island Trees High School, supervisors, teachers and students. We have been comforted by your support and warmth.

To the Brave, our Fire Department fire fighters, volunteers and our surrounding communities’ brave fire fighters, volunteers, who went to see our son Daniel at O’Shea’s Funeral Home, and also, your display of the American Flag; the Arch of Honor was amazing and beautiful; it was and will always be heart felt, your efforts are so much appreciated. You have our deepest gratitude.

To the 911 Police Plaza Patrolman’s Association, thank you, the bagpipes and drums version of Amazing Grace which serenaded our son Daniel was full of emotion for everyone as Daniel was carried out the funeral home by the Honor Guards, and Patriot Guards, words cannot express our gratitude we thank you for your support and leading the way to the National Cemetery in Farmingdale.

To Andrew Booth, Post 1711 Commander and squadron members, Veterans and other Veteran organizations, the citizens holding American flags and the Island Trees Students and Teachers standing in the cold outside the school as we passed. We have been comforted by your warmth and care.

To Charles O’Shea Funeral Home in Wantagh. You have shown the Levittown community and surrounding communities that in a time of pain and grief you can also offer care and comfort. Your ability to show professionalism and warmth is highly appreciated and you have our deepest gratitude.

Our words and deeds will never adequately express our gratitude for the service and your support you have all shown us.


From the Fuentes, Rotger & Lenis Family,
God Bless You

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