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MAJ Tom Greer
from Milan, Georgia

MAJ Greer served with: B_Co 1_75_Ranger_Bn

Born in 1964, Ranger Greer was 52 years old at the time of his death in 2016.


Complete biography is below the photo gallery
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MAJ Tom Greer 's Biography

An incredible husband, loving dad, and American warrior has fought his final battle on this earth. His family wishes to thank all of you who sent thousands of messages and prayers. Gone at 52 from cancer.

Ranger Tom Greer, an incredible husband, loving dad, and American warrior has fought his final battle on this earth. His family wishes to thank all of you who sent thousands of messages and prayers. Gone at 52 from cancer.

We will continue to add biographical material as we receive it from Ranger Greer's friends and family.

Arrangements for Ranger Tom:
Viewing Sunday, 23 October from 5-7 pm. Stokes-Southerland Funeral Home, 206 5th Ave, Eastman, GA 31023
Funeral Monday, 24 October at 2 pm. Sand-Grove Baptist Church, Hwy 280, Milan, GA 31060.
In lieu of flowers family requests a donation to the Church of your choice or Task Force Dagger Foundation, www.taskforcedagger.org , 5900 South Lake Forest Dr, Suite 200, McKinney, TX 75070 (IMO Tom Greer on memo line)




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# webmaster 2016-10-21 10:29
I hope that Ranger Greer's friends and family will leave their memories of him here, as comments.
Blessings of the Big Ranger in the Sky !
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# Michael J Grimm 2016-10-21 12:21
I'm not sure many are aware not only was Tom Greer a Rangers Ranger, a SOF leader , a gifted writer but a professor ... I had the privilege of taking classes from him and Steve Greer Pray For Tom , as part of AMU's Spec Ops- LIC concentration program in 07-08 ... it was the first time I really ever enjoyed academia .. to be taught by these two well respected brothers in our community was exhilarating .. They inspired me to be excited about sitting down to do the work and read his notes and critiques. I wrote my final on the Burma Campaign and Merrills Marauders .. 20 pages I had yearned to write for years for someone who might actually read it or have a shared passion and interest .. Tom was always encouraging and made himself available to answer questions or just wax philosophic about our community .. I think he was also partial as a fellow 1/75 guy. As he did on the battlefield with fellow rangers and operators he absolutely got the best out of me. That paper is my finest work and i am immensely proud of it years later ... I remember after receiving my grade I asked him what he thought about having some SGT attempt to have his paper published in Infantry Magazine .. he said why the hell not !! I never did and now wish I had .. he had faith in my work .. Thank you for that Sir...
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# Dee Vick 2016-10-28 21:48
Ranger Tom, thank you for your service and sacrifice. Rest Easy, we have the home front, stay strong, until Valhalla. Prayers and blessing for Peace and Comfort for your family. I remember [censored] like 10 copies of your first book to hand out to service Men and Women traveling thru Atlanta. Thanks again for your service
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