Army Sergeant First Class Randy Sanford Abrams, born March of 1976, in Alamogordo, New Mexico, beloved son and brother.
He graduated from Arlington High School in Riverside where he was a member of ROTC.
Randy joined the US Marine Corps and later the US Army, where he served for a total of 13 years. During his many years of service for our country, he received numerous citations and commendations, and more recently was awarded a Bronze Star and Meritorious Service Medal.
SFC Randy Abrams took his own life during a PTSD flashback while he was sleeping after he returned from his 3rd tour in Iraq in 2009. He is the inspiration for Operation:I.V. an “intravenous of help” for an Iraq/Afghansistan Veteran. Believing that the best way to honor her son was to serve his brothers and sisters, Roxann Abrams, founded Operation:I.V.,Inc in her son’s honor and memory.
SFC Randy Sanford Abrams lost his battle with PTSD, March 20, 2009, in Hinesville, Georgia. He was 33 years old.
SFC Randy Sanford Abrams story:
Add your loved one to the wall