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Sergeant Robert C. Dakin, US Army

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Welcome home. It is never too late to come home. It is never too late to receive the honor and the thanks due to you. Your mother missed you all her remaining life, but you were waiting for her when she completed her journey and started her new life.


Posted by: Angela Smith - Calera, AL   Apr 07, 2016

Welcome home Sergeant. Thank you for your service and sacrifice to our great country. RIP Dear soldier with your family. You are home and loved.


Posted by: Cathy Royer - White Plains, GA - US citizen   Dec 14, 2015
My Father Gordon R. Potter and Mr Dakin delilivering ice in Waltham

I believe that Robert's dad and my dad worked together deliving ice in Waltham in the 30's & 40's.


Posted by: Joe Potter - Kempt, Nova Scotia Canada - Former neighbour   Dec 12, 2015

Welcome home soldier! You've been reassigned to the gates of heaven. A proud country welcomes you back.


Posted by: Carl - Newton, MA   Dec 11, 2015

My Uncle Staff Sergeant Dominic Marrocco was also killed in action in Korea. It took nine months for his remains to be returned to the States, I thought that was a long time. Your return home is so gratifying on many levels, you are back where you belong in the land you gave your life to defend. Thank you for your sacrifice soldier, now rest in peace and know that your community is so appreciative of your service. We'll see you tonight and tomorrow. God Bless.


Posted by: Paul Pasquarosa - Needham, MA - Citizen of The United States   Dec 11, 2015

God bless you and thank you for your service. Welcome HOME.


Posted by: Jeanmarie Fox Rivera - Waltham, MA   Dec 10, 2015

To the family of Sgt. Robert Dakin.... The outpouring of Patriotic Honor and Tribute given to your fallen hero....What pride to Those with him in Heaven and to you that remain...We Salute You..


Posted by: Brian Angelo - Bonita Springs, FL - Friend   Dec 10, 2015

Welcome back home uncle Bobby. I'm sorry that my Great-Grandmother (Your Mother) isn't with us anymore as she was waiting for this day for as long as I knew her.


Posted by: Jason Cline - Waltham, MA - Nephew   Dec 09, 2015

As the nephew of another Korean soldier, Army Sgt. Christopher Y. Vars, who also had been missing for 65 years,and was returned to his family on September 9th of this year, I know how much this homecoming will mean to your family.
May the upcoming ceremonies comfort you with the knowledge that his service will not be forgotten by a grateful nation.
May he rest in peace..


Posted by: Arthur Vars - Reading, MA   Dec 09, 2015

god bless you uncle bobby nana dakin will be so glad you came home


Posted by: robert dakin cline - metheun, MA - nephew   Dec 08, 2015