You and your family are in my thoughts as I read and absorb what has happened. Please be strong and know that you are all loved.
- 2LT Chris Johnson, Thomson, GA
My husband and I lived in Georgia until 4 years ago. My heart aches for you. I remember hearing of the losses from Georgia on the news. It makes it so personal seeing a face and a name. My brother is a pilot in Iraq, and has almost been shot down 4 times. There is a knot in my stomach reading about your loss. May God give you strength and comfort as you grieve.
- Heather Henry, Missoula, MT
To the Kinlow family,
Your family will forever be in our prayers.Ya'll are closer than a friend to us, you are family. Take care and keep your head up and ya'll are blessed.
- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hearst, Lincolnton, GA
I am truly sorry and wish you and family the best.Please take care and may God bless you.
- John Turner, Augusta, GA
Daphanie, My heart goes out to you and your family. The two of you shared a bond that even death can not break. Hold onto your faith and let God carry you through. All my love, your classmate, Tara
- Tara Willingham Hester, Lincolnton, GA
I'm a local soldier serving my country just like SPC. Kinlow, my step father is also a retired member of that unit. I consider the loss as losing a family member. I know it will be said many times, but I would like to personaly thank SPC. Kinlow for his service to our country, and may god bless him and his family.
- Reginald L. Platts, Vallejo, CA
God Bless you and your family.
- Cherrie Seymour, Thomson, GA
I never really knew Mr. Kinlow. I coached his Chauncey when he was 10 years old as a all star coach in football. My prayers are with the Kinlow family.
- Cory Evans, Thomson, GA
To the Kinlow family,
I only new James for a short time. We both attended Sandersville Tech in the Commercial Driving Program, I rode many times with him learning as we went. "Kinlow" as we all called him was a great guy, never had a bad word to say about anyone - I don't believe he ever new a stranger. He will be dearly missed.
- Bryan Stratton "Bigun", Appling, GA
I post this comment to express my grief for the loss. I realize there is nothing I can say will provide comfort or give back that what is taken away. Rather, I express a hate to see another life lost. I hate to know another family is agnozing and feeling the pain of "collateral damage." I wish I could do more other than write these few words that expresses my genuine love and appreciation for life and family. Farewell, James. My faith desires we meet and become acquainted in a new life far from the evils of our earthly ones.
- Jess Salazar, Cabot, AR
God bless your family. Nothing I can say can fill the void left by your sudden passing. I will see you at the great HQ in heaven.
- Nathan Miller, Appling, GA
To the Family of SPC Kinlow:
I just want to send my deepest sympathy to you, I am very sorry for your loss. It hurt me every time I read or hear about a soldier that falls in combat protecting our country and our way of life. I was hurt by SPC Kinlow's death in a couple of different ways. First I am a soldier who just came back from the war in April and second I am a resident of Mcduffie County. I would like to say to the family be strong and hold on I am sure that is the way that he would want you to be. SPC Kinlow served proudly and i am glad to know that there are good people like him out there serving and protecting our country.
" SPC Kinlow will always be a hero to me".
- SFC James D. Moss, Schofield Bks., HI
My deepest sympathies go out to the whole family. May you all find strength and encouragement. I did not know Kinlow long but Willie James truly loved him and I am sorry for your loss!
- Audriane Turner, Jacksonville, FL