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1. Brian Cammack Obituary, born in Milwaukee, WI – Death
After sustaining a serious back injury while stationed in Afghanistan, he was medically forced to retire from the military. SFC Cammack was deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan for a combined total of 61 months and participated in more than 1200 sorties. SFC Cammack has been honored with many awards, including the Army Air Medal with Valor, the Army Distinguished Flying Cross, the Army Commendation Medal, the Army Achievement Medal, and the Army Commendation Medal.
Brian had a variety of hobbies, including carpentry, fishing, and golfing. He treasured the time he got to spend with his wife, children, and especially his two daughters, who he called the stars of his life. Everyone who had the privilege of knowing him will grieve his passing deeply. Those left behind to honor Brian’s memory include his two daughters, Hailyn Cammack and Avorlyn Cammack; his parents, Richard and Barbara Cammack; two sisters, Cherie (Mitch) Kollar and Angie (Michael) Krewald; three nieces, Jenna, Isabella, and Aubrey; five nephews, Tyler, Travis, Austin, Ruben, and Ethan; and other relatives. Full obituary
2. Charles Cammack Obituary, born in Minnesota – Death
After completing his time as an officer in the United States Marine Corps, he went on to have a successful career at IBM, where he worked for a total of 30 years before taking early retirement in 1987. He was an ardent supporter of Habitat for Humanity and volunteered his time there. He was also a devoted follower of the Atlanta Braves, attending each and every game they played.
Charlie is survived by his wife of 67 years, Sally Brunelle Cammack; five children, Patti Cammack, Cathy Tatum (Richard), Michael Cammack (Kate), Liz Jones (Alan), and Mary Eitel (Tony); four grandchildren, Robbie Mailhoit, Michael Mailhot, Matthew Eitel, and Caroline Cammack; a great-grandson, Cayson Mailhoit; and cousins John Lenihan, Bob and Jim Abraham and their families. Full obituary
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