FALLEN SOLIDER

Sgt. 1st Class Michael Cathcart 1983 - 2014

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Family and friends of the deceased Sgt. First Class Michael Cathcart watch pallbearers transport him to a hearse Monday, Nov. 24, MBS International Airport in Freeland. Sgt. First Class Michael Cathcart died of wounds received from a small arms fire during a dismounted combat operation. Military supporters line the streets of US-10, holding American flags.

Jeanne Cathcart, mother to Sgt. First Class Michael Cathcart, waits behind pallbearers for the arrival of her son Monday, Nov. 24, MBS International Airport in Freeland. Sgt. First Class Michael Cathcart died of wounds received from a small arms fire during a dismounted combat operation. Military supporters line the streets of US-10, holding American flags.

Pallbearers carry the casket of Sgt. First Class Michael Cathcart after arriving at the MBS International Airport in Freeland, Monday, Nov. 24. Sgt. First Class Michael Cathcart died of wounds received from a small arms fire during a dismounted combat operation. Military supporters line the streets of US-10, holding American flags.

John Davy, former Marine, and Gary Wejrowski welcome and honor the arrival of Sgt. First Class Michael Cathcart Monday, Nov. 24, along Garfield Rd. in Freeland. Sgt. First Class Michael Cathcart died of wounds received from a small arms fire during a dismounted combat operation. Military supporters line the streets of US-10, holding American flags.

Pallbearers carry the body of Bay City soldier Sgt. 1st Class Michael Cathcart after the funeral service Wednesday, Nov. 26, at St. Boniface Church, 501 Lincoln St. in Bay City.

After the funeral service for Bay City soldier Sgt. 1st Class Michael Cathcart his fiancee Heather Oliver and sister Trishia Watson link arms as they watch pallbearers transport the fallen solder to a hearse Wednesday, Nov. 26, at St. Boniface Church, 501 Lincoln St. in Bay City.

Members of the Patriot Guard Riders hold an American flag in support of fallen solder Sgt. 1st Class Michael Cathcart during the procession to the cemetery Wednesday, Nov. 26, at St. Boniface Church, 501 Lincoln St. in Bay City.

Rich Bielat, Michigan State Captain of the Patriot Guard Riders, waits with fellow members for the procession to the cemetery of fallen solder, Sgt. 1st Class Michael Cathcart, Wednesday, Nov. 26, at St. Boniface Church, 501 Lincoln St. in Bay City.

Jeanne Cathcart takes her first look at the inscription of her son's name, Sgt. 1st Class Michael Cathcart, during the ceremony at Avenue of Heroes War Memorial Saturday, May 16, in Bay City.

Scott A. Erway of Huron Granite Works Inc. inscribes Sgt. 1st Class Michael Cathcart's name into the Avenue of Heroes War Memorial Saturday, May 16, in Bay City.

Jeanne Cathcart takes a photo of Nellie Watson, 3, under Sgt. 1st Class Michael Cathcart's name on the Avenue of Heroes War Memorial Saturday, May 16, in Bay City.

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