General Richard Montgomery - KIA Revolutionary War
John A Cray - KIA Civil War
James Cray - KIA Civil War
Arthur S Dixon - KIA WWI
Charles Rospopa - KIA WWII
George L Brown - KIA WWII
Michael Malko - KIA WWII
SP4 Stephen H Warner - KIA Vietnam War
LT. Ashley Henderson-Huff - KIA Operation Iraqi Freedom
MONTGOMERY VETERANS PARK
REMEMBERING ALL THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED.
Navy Lt. Michael M. McGreevy, Jr., 30, of Portville, New York. Lt McGreevy died while conducting combat operations when the MH-47 helicopter that he was aboard crashed in the vicinity of Asadabad, Afghanistan in Kumar Province. He was assigned to SEAL Team Ten, Virginia Beach, Virginia.
McGreevy was a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy who hailed from the small town of Portville, N.Y., population 4,000, where he was remembered as an outstanding student, athlete and "top-notch kid." Kevin Curran, principal of the town's high school where McGreevy graduated third in his class 12 years ago, said, "He made a huge impact on us, that we remember him this well." "He was a great athlete, great student, nice personality, and was so polite," added Linda Scott, a Portville guidance counselor.
McGreevy, 30, who was married and the father of a 1-year-old child, was stationed in Virginia Beach, Va. Navy Lt Michael M. McGreevy, Jr. was killed in action on 06/28/05.
The 1-year-old child - Michael's daughter, is a student at MHS...
Lt. Ashley Henderson Huff, a member of the 2000 graduating class from Montgomery High School, was tragically killed in Iraq on September 19, 2006 while serving her country as a member of the 549th Military Police Company.
Tue October 28, 2008
This is truly a tremendous moment for the Military Police Corps … she was a tremendous officer, she moved people, said Col. Mark Spindler, commander, 18th Military Police Brigade. What a profound thing that has happened here, when the Iraqi’s dedicate a monument to a U.S. Soldier on Iraqi soil...
BAGHDAD – A bronze bust of U.S. Army 1st Lt. Ashley Henderson-Huff, was dedicated during a ceremony opening the Erbil Police Academy Oct. 15 in Erbil, Iraq.
Henderson-Huff was a military police officer assigned to a U.S. Army Military Police Transition Team in 2005. She died of injuries suffered in Mosul, Iraq, Sept. 19, 2006, when a suicide vehicle-borne improvised explosive device detonated near her mounted patrol during combat operations.
Henderson-Huff’s father was present and participated in the dedication as the monument was uncovered.
"A Day to Remember" -
The Montgomery Township School District honored MHS Class of 2000 1st Lt. Ashley Henderson Huff by dedicating a street sign to her on what would've been her 35th birthday.
Mark Henderson, Ashley's Father was present.