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December 18, 2018


10/13/2018 4:27:00 PM
Rotonda West Couple Remember Son As A Hero

Five years ago on September 29, 2013, 23-year old Rory Dalgliesh, a Lance Corporal in the United States Marines, took his life following a struggle with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Five years later to the day, Rory’s parents Mike and Janice arranged a ceremony to honor their son’s memory at their home in Rotonda West with some 30 friends and neighbors looking on. “Our government needs to create programs to conquer PTSD and the VA needs better programs,” Mike said. Mike noted in his remarks that as a team leader, Rory insisted that new ‘boots’ take a combat medic course based on his experience during deployment. For one Marine, that training helped save a life, earning him the Medal of Valor. While in Afghanistan, Rory became a dog handler and located the most IED’s (Improvised Explosive Devise) for his platoon. Mike concluded his remarks by saying, “Today, Janice and I are without our son for 5 years. We are proud of Rory’s Marine accomplishments and proud that he was considered an American hero.” 

 






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