Army Staff Sergeant Jeremy David Grimshaw, born June 28, 1979, of Temecula, California, beloved husband of Kelsey; beloved father of Jacob, Brayden and Kayla.

Jeremy joined the United States Army in 1998, and deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq in support of the Global War On Terror. He was a crew chief on Black Hawk helicopters, earning numerous medals and commendations for his honorable service. He attained the rank of staff sergeant.

Jeremy was a funny guy and he always brought a smile to those around him. Had a love for soccer and softball.

Those left behind to cherish his memory, his father, Mike; siblings, Lynette and Michael; nieces, Alexis, Kaitlyn and Savanah; nephews, Timothy and Ethan; grandparents, Marilyn and Vern.

SSG Grimshaw silently suffered from PTSD and lost his battle on October 10, 2011. He was 32 years old.

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2 Comments

  1. Sara

    Jeremy was one of the first people that my husband talked about after returning from Afghanistan to Fort Drum. He was someone I know my husband enjoyed spending time with at work and he felt the loss deeply. If we could fix this one thing about our loved ones time in service, PTSD and how it is dealt with, we could deal the rest. Your battle was not in vain. Your life is remembered with every opportunity to educate and help others address PTSD that arises.

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