Body Of Fallen Marine Brought Home

body_of_marine_manchesterPHOTOS & VIDEO: The body of a man who made the ultimate sacrifice for his Country was brought back home this afternoon. Marine Cpl. Nicholas S. Ott, who was killed while serving in Afghanistan, was brought to the Manchester Funeral home on Route 70, where Funeral services will be held.

Ott – who joined the Marines in 2007 – died on August 10th while conducting an operation in Afghanistan.

State Police and Township Police escorted the coffin from Dover Air Force Base in Delaware to  the Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home in Manchester.

About 75 people – many waving American flags – were on hand at the Funeral Home to honor the hero.

The Funeral services will be held Friday. TLS.

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  1. My condolences to the family of Marine Cpl. Nicholas S. Ott who gave up his life serving our great country.
    The freedoms and liberties that we take for granted are because of people of fine character such as Cpl. Ott.

  2. To the dear family of Marine Cpl. Nicholas S. Ott:

    We, the members of the Lakewood community, among all proud citizens of this great country, shall forever be indebted to you, who have given the ultimate sacrifice for all of us.

    May G-d grant your entire family sustained comfort in knowing that we, among all Americans, recognize the greatness of your sacrifice, and that we truly mourn together with you – as one great nation.

    We know that for family – time never truly heals the loss of a loved one. Please know, that your beloved Nicholas shall be eternally resting in spirit amongst the greatest individuals who have served this country with honor – and that we will never forget his sacrifice.

    We cry with you, and we are proud along with you as well.

    May G-d comfort you – and heal your loss with only joy in the future.

    A local Rabbi.

  3. To the family,

    No words can heal your pain or bring back your loss. Know, however, that the entire region mourns with you. We salute your sons bravery and ultimate sacrifice for this wonderful country, the United States of America. May G-D bless his soul and may he rest in peace.

  4. My condolonces to the family of Marine Cpl. Nicholos S. Ott. May you be comforted by knowing that he was taken while doing a Very Special Thing. Which is protecting our Country! The freedoms we stand for. The freedoms we take for granted. He did the ultimate sacrifice. He won’t be repaid on this world. But will be given a special place in the world to come. May he rest in peace. May you only have comfort. May you only have happiness for the rest of your days.
    With respect,
    A Local Lakewood Rabbi

  5. to Rabbi (9) and (18). your words speak louder then action. Mr. Ott RIP and thank you for your service to our county. The whole country is proud of you and the others serving in harms way.

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