SPC Seferino J. Reyna

SPC Seferino J. Reyna

SPC. SEFERINO J. REYNA - U.S. Army

Hometown / City: KINGMAN, AZ MOHAVE
Date of Death: Sunday, August 7, 2005
Conflict: Operation Iraqi Freedom (Iraq)
Branch: U.S. Army
Rank: SPC
Unit: CO A, 70TH ENGINEER BN, 3D BDE, 1ST ARMOR DIV. (TF BAGHDAD), FORT RILEY, KS

Birth: Mar. 19, 1985, USA
Death: Aug. 7, 2005, Iraq

Spc. Seferino J. Reyna of Phoenix, Arizona was remembered as a quiet, hardworking family man who loved his kids and always tried to lift up his fellow soldiers. He would do anything for anybody. He enlisted in the Army in August 2002. That fall, he and his wife enrolled in Pass Alternative High School in Kingman where they both worked very hard. Both were top students. They were motivated to be together and make a good life for themselves. Seferino graduated within a couple of months and cared for their daughter, 4-year-old Savannah, while his wife earned her diploma. He was a very kind and loving person. Seferino was a member of the Tohono O'odham Nation, which occupies 2.8 million acres south and west of Tucson with an enrollment of nearly 26,000 members. He really liked the military and was thinking about a career in drug enforcement. He also is survived by his 1-year-old son Aquilino. He died in Taji when an explosive detonated near his vehicle.

Army
Company A
70th Engineer Battalion
3rd Brigade
1st Armored Division
Fort Riley, Kansas

Burial:
National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona
Phoenix
Maricopa County
Arizona, USA
Plot: Sec 54 Site 56

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