Chad David Wriglesworth

March 23, 1976November 20, 2013

Chad David Wriglesworth was born on March 23, 1976 in Haverhill, MA and passed away on November 20, 2013 in Bowie, MD.


Chad David Wriglesworth

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September 8, 2014

Hi, I am SSG Charles F. Wade, Jr; one of MAJ Wriglesworth's Soldiers. I served with him side by side during our time in 3/21IN and our deployment together to Afghanistan during April 2011 to April 2012. Please forgive me for this late response to him passing away; I recently just fond out. My heart is truly sadden to your loss Mrs. Wriglesworth and family. I am deeply shocked and hurt; but I KNOW God has him in His arms for ever. My condolences. It was a pleasure serving with MAJ Wriglesworth and I will NEVER forget! And I will keep you and your family in prayer...


November 23, 2013

I am sending my condolences and I'm sure you miss Chad very much. My heart goes out to you at this time and in the days ahead. May special memories bring you comfort. Jesus has the deep desire and the ability to remove the pain of bereaved ones. Please consider the words of comfort and hope found at John 11:39-44. Thinking of the family.

Patti Hess

November 23, 2013

May God be with you his family and friends and may you find comfort! I thank him for his service to America!

edward rensch

November 23, 2013

David and Carrie, So sad to hear about Chad and yet with joy. Only a child of God can understand this emotion. We prayed much for all of you and will continue to pray.
bro.ed; Phil.2:5

Deb Rager

November 23, 2013

Chad loved his family, his God, and his country and served them all proudly and without reservation. His dedication to those he commanded was unquestioned. He was a soldier. He was a warm, compassionate, very humorous husband and father. His love for his wife and daughter were evident in everything he said and did. This world has lost an amazing young man far too soon. May all that knew and loved him keep his memory and spirit alive in the way you treat others, and to never lose love for your country. Remember that your family is a gift and every minute with them is irreplaceable. In this you will be remembering and honoring Chad.