John Michael De Leon Obituary, has passed away unexpectedly

 John Michael De Leon Obituary, Death  –   FORT BRAGG, North Carolina — The injuries that Spc. John Michael De Leon, who was 31 years old, sustained in a pedestrian accident took his life on December 9th, and he went away as a result of those injuries. The loss of Specialist John Michael De Leon has put us in a state of sadness that words cannot adequately describe. John Michael was a member of the battalion’s combat medical team for the entirety of the two years that he served with his battalion “Colonel Jon Harvey, who was in charge of the 18th Field Artillery Brigade, made the statement. Because of the significant part that he played in our Steel Family, his passing will be keenly felt by each and every one of us.

We are keeping his family and friends in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time, especially given how close we are getting to the holiday season. This is a horrible loss for everyone involved. Spc. De Leon, who was born and reared in San Antonio, Texas, enlisted in the 18th Field Artillery Brigade and served in the Headquarters and Headquarters Battery. During his time in the military, he was awarded the Purple Heart (HHB). Captain Thomas Sujack, who was in charge of the HHB, had the following to say about Private First Class John Michael De Leon: “Selfless, energetic, devoted, and a superb colleague are just a few of the characteristics that distinguish Private First Class John Michael De Leon.” “We will remember and respect him as the great family man, soldier, son, and medic that he was as we are grieving the loss of our fellow soldier and comrade. For the past two years, having him on our squad has been an incredible blessing, and we will never stop counting ourselves among the truly lucky. During this trying time, we want his family and friends to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers.

Spc. De Leon enlisted in the United States Army in November 2019 with the objective of working his way up to the position of combat medic. A few of the medals and decorations he has been awarded for his time spent serving in the Army include the Army Commendation Medal, the Army Achievement Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Armed Forces Service Medal, and the Army Service Ribbon. He has also been awarded the Army Service Ribbon. Spc. De Leon will only be remembered by Heidi, his wife, and their two children. No one else will have any recollection of him. Investigators are currently looking into the circumstances that led up to the catastrophe as part of their investigation. A memorial service for Private First Class De Leon will be performed at the 18th Field Artillery Brigade in the coming days.