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  SP4 Tyler R. Seideman    In memory of our fallen brother

"We few, we happy few, we band of brothers; for he to-day that sheds his blood with me shall be my brother"



HHC Company
35th Infantry Regiment


"Not For Fame or Reward
Not For Place or For Rank
But In Simple Obedience To
Duty as They Understood It"



The 35th Infantry Regiment Association salutes our fallen brother, SP4 Tyler R. Seideman, who died in the service of his country on August 22nd, 2007 in Multaka, Iraq. The cause of death was listed as Helicopter Crash. At the time of his death Tyler was 20 years of age. He was from Lincoln, Arkansas.

The decorations earned by SP4 Tyler R. Seideman include: the Bronze Star,


He was a member of the Recon/Scout Platoon The Associated Press LINCOLN, Ark. Family and friends remembered Spc. Tyler R. Seideman as a fun-loving, caring person. The Lincoln High School graduate was only 20 years old when he was killed in the Aug. 22 crash of an Army Black Hawk helicopter in northern Iraq, along with 13 other U.S. soldiers. Before his burial in the National Cemetery in Fayetteville, hundreds gathered Sept. 1 at a high school auditorium to pay tribute to him. They sang religious songs. Some wept silently during a video that included family pictures. Marisa Frye, 19, remembered Seideman as playful. Others spoke of how much he enjoyed camping, hiking, canoeing, swimming and jumping off bluffs. He was always joking around, always showing his biceps and teasing everybody, Frye said. Jeremy Bolivear, 21, said Seideman was a good friend. He would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it, Bolivear said. I knew that if I needed help I always would count on him. The two shared games, barbecues and spent many weekends together. Its hard to losing him, Bolivear said. Seideman graduated from Lincoln High School in 2004. He served in the Armys 2nd Battalion, 35th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, out of Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. Since the war began, 50 Arkansans have died in Iraq; two have died in Afghanistan.