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Bryan, Kelly and Rob are at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium today for the memorial service of Chris Kyle. You can show your support by attending the memorial service or donating to a trust for the families of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield on the Craft International web page. These trusts will provide for the general welfare of the families as well as the education of their young children. One hundred percent (100%) of the donations will go to the respective families.
Thousands of supporters are expected to attend the memorial service today. If you are unable to attend but wish to show your support for this American hero, The Dallas News has information on the memorial service:
- The service will be held at Cowboys Stadium on Monday, Feb. 11 at 1 p.m.
- Arrive early. Doors will open at 11:30 a.m.
- Parking is free. Use Lots 1, 2 and 10, which are closest to Randol Mill and N. Collins.
- Enter through Gates A and K on the north side of the stadium.
- No cameras, bags, purses or substantial handheld items will be allowed in the stadium.
- No photos. Kyle’s family has asked the public to give the memorial service the reverence it deserves and refrain from taking pictures.
The Dallas CBS affiliate should have a live stream of the service available online.
Fair Winds and Following Seas Chief, your loss impacts us all and you’ll never be forgotten for what you’ve done for our country and its Veterans.
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I'm still in shock about Kyle & Littlefields death. I am also a former soldier (Ranger) formerly with the 2nd batt 75th regiment , and to see this hero and father do what he did for this great country of ours, makes me so proud! He gave countless hours of himself to eliminate targets that were harmful to our beloved US. I am an African American male who fought hard for our values and way of life and I will continue to be a strong and valuable part of the legacy Kyle left . I' m still not clear on why our current president has not acknowledged the passing of this great hero, but yet he spokemofmthe passing of a singer. I won't turn this into a rant, but we need to respect and understand the sacrifice Kyle gave and Littlefield as well. I will leave with this, thank you both and may the good lord bless your families and keep them safe, and continue to remember and value these United States of America! RLTW!
I went, his house is down the street from me. I only ever met him once and that was when he and his friend, (in the grey suit) stopped to help with a huge oak that fell across our driveway. It was a small gesture of kindness for a person he didn't know but it spoke volumes about who he was as a person. I'm not a military person myself, thanks to all of you that are....even at 30 years old (going to be 31 Saturday 16th) I still aspire to be as brave and honorable as all of our service members. That being said, taps is the single most saddening sound I've ever heard in my life and that's where I lost it. I'm sad I never knew him better but glad I got to go Monday and was proud of his teammates, friends, and especially Taya for holding up during the service. Thanks ITS crew for putting an article up as well. :)