Funeral for Army lieutenant Chase Prasnicki, Rockbridge County, VA
Today in Lexington, family and friends remember the sacrifice of Army 1st Lt. Chase Prasnicki, 24, who was killed in a roadside bombing with another soldier June 27 in Afghanistan. http://www.roanoke.com/news/breaking/wb/311387
- — Kelsey O'Brien (@KelseyOBrien14)Tue, Jul 10 2012 09:27:56RT @Insignia_Tech: Fallen, but never forgotten. Insignia Technology honors 1st Lieutenant Chase Prasnicki of the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team
- — Matthew Marino (@MMarino_1)Tue, Jul 10 2012 08:26:52Praying for Lauren and her family today.Chase Prasnicki is a hero and shows the pain and suffering that gives us our freedom.#Thankourtroops
- — Mike Stevens (@oldschoolMike61)Tue, Jul 10 2012 06:27:03@roanoketimes In the 25 years I worked with high school athletes, Chase stood out as much as any. A mature, respectful, "yes sir" kid...RIP
- — The Roanoke Times (@roanoketimes)Tue, Jul 10 2012 05:51:30Funeral this morning for Chase Prasnicki, 24, Army lieutenant from Lexington killed in Afghanistan >> http://bit.ly/NddbIm
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