A friend of mine has created some memorial posters and all the proceeds benefit the family. of Spc. Matthew M. Pollini.? To see the posters… SPC Matthew M. Pollini
Here is some additional information from Military Times..
Army Spc. Matthew M. Pollini
21, of Rockland Mass.; was assigned to the 772nd Military Police Company, Massachusetts Army National Guard, Taunton, Mass.; died Jan. 22 at Forward Operating Base Delta, near al-Kut, Iraq, of injuries sustained during a vehicle rollover.
?We had lots of plans,? widow says
The Associated Press
ROCKLAND, Mass. ? Rockland is mourning a soldier family members say has died in Iraq.
Twenty-one-year-old Pfc. Matthew Pollini was serving with the 772nd Military Police Company, an Army National Guard unit from Taunton. Flags flew at half-staff in Rockland and the town posted a memorial notice.
Erica Pollini told The Patriot Ledger of Quincy her brother ?was a talented, loyal person? who joined the National Guard two or three years ago. She said his unit was activated last fall and he was due home in October. Joseph Pollini told WBZ-TV his older brother ?was a hero, a hands-down hero,? and said he followed his brother into the same Guard unit, a dream of service they shared.
Pollini?s 20-year-old wife Sarah, whom he married Dec. 22, told The Patriot Ledger, ?we had lots of plans.?
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