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Portsmouth Herald Tuesday May 26, 2009
Allie Lawlor of York Girl Scout Troop 137 gives a high five to Michael Little as people gather for the York Memorial Day Parade on Monday. “He’s my favorite custodian,” Lawlor said of Little. Little founded Flags Over Maine Streets after his son, Kyle, was killed in Iraq in May 2007. Visit www.flagsovermainestreets.com to learn more.
                Dedicated to my son Kyle & our other HERO Blake  
       
< SPC. Kyle Andrew Little
             Birth: Aug. 16, 1986, U.S.A.
             Death: May 8, 2007, Iraq
                  BOSTON — Two servicemen from Massachusetts — a Rockland Marine and a West Boylston soldier known for his love of baseball and military life — have been killed in Iraq, family members said May 10.
Army Spc. Kyle A. Little, 20, was killed by a roadside bomb May 8 in Salman Pak, a town 18 miles south of Baghdad during his second tour in Iraq, according to his father, Michael Little of North Berwick, Maine.
Little’s wife, Tiffany, is expecting a child in November.
“That’s a blessing, that there’s some part of Kyle that’s still here,” Michael Little said.
Little was a baseball fanatic who pitched on youth and school teams growing up, and sported a Boston Red Sox tattoo on his arm.
Little dropped out of high school, feeling it wasn’t the place for him, and joined the Army at age 17, a few months before he would have graduated, his mother, Shelly Smith, told the Telegram & Gazette of Worcester.
Little seemed to mature in the service, which he intended to make his career, his father said. He was working as a bodyguard during his second tour, Little was part of a convoy escorting an Army colonel when the device exploded in Salman Pak, a town 18 miles south of Baghdad  Michael Little said.
“He was there because he wanted to be there, and he did what he liked to do,” he said.
Kyle Little was the oldest of five brothers and sisters.
Army
Headquarters Company
3rd Brigade Combat Team
3rd Infantry Division
Fort Benning, Georgia 
Burial:
Mount Vernon Cemetary
West Boylston, MA. U.S.A.
&
    SGT. Blake C. Stephens >
             
Birth: Sep. 28, 1981, U.S.A.
Death: May 8, 2007, Iraq
Sgt. Stephens of Pocatello, Idaho had been in Iraq just two months. In those two months Stephens had no email contact and made just two phone calls to his wife, Erin, who lives with her husband's parents in Pocatello. Blake has four older siblings and is the son of Trent and Kathleen Stephens. Dr. Stephens is a noted biologist and part of the faculty of . He was career military, joining the national guard after from Century High School. Blake's last known rank was Corporal but he had completed requirements to be elevated to the rank of Sergeant. Blake was part of a convoy escorting an Army colonel when the device exploded in Salman Pak, a town 18 miles south of Baghdad at age 25.
Army
Headquarters Company
3rd Brigade Combat Team
3rd Infantry Division
Fort Benning, Georgia 
 Burial:
Pocatello
Bannock County
Idaho, USA
 
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