Jan. 2, 1979 to Jul. 30, 2005
Sgt. Johnathon C.  Haggin
1st IED in mid June, John pulled 3 guys from
vehicle while suffering from 3 broken ribs, was
the worst injured from the group. He was flown
to Germany where he recovered for 3 weeks.
When released, John found his own way back
to his unit. He recovered at the unit for 2 weeks
before he was released to go out on patrol. On
his first patrol back out, on July 30, 2005, his
Humvee was again hit by and IED, killing him
and three other soldiers.
Military Service:
1997 to 2003 - United States Marine Corp
2003 to 2005 - Army National guard
Army Combat Infantryman Badge
Bronz Star
Purple Heart
Army Achievement Medal
Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal
National Defense Service Medal
Iraq Campaign Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Survived by:
His mother, father, sister, brother. Also his daughter Leaundra
and his son Johnathon Michael (born January 23, 2006)
53 Blue Lake Street,
Richmond Hill, Georgia