Sgt Jeremy R. McQueary
United States Marine Corps

Route Clearance Platoon-3, Mobile Assault Company, Second Combat Engineer Battalion 

JAN 28, 1983 – FEB 18, 2010 |   Helmand Province, Afghanistan

Hometown: Nashville, IN

In the wake of 9/11, Jeremy finished high school a semester early to serve his country. While others in his graduating class were on stage receiving a diploma, he was already stationed at Camp Pendleton. Jeremy was always ready to help those in need – even a family of opossums.  It was his love of animals that prompted his family to honor Jeremy’s legacy through the Brown County Humane Society.

Brown County Humane Society - Nashville, IN

BCHS, along with Jeremy’s family, developed the McQueary Legacy Pets program.  To briefly summarize:  Jeremy’s family assisted during a phone-a-thon conducted to raise medical funds for special needs/senior animals, telling the Warrior’s story to each caller.  The McQueary Legacy Pets are given meaningful names by Jeremy’s family and the families that choose to adopt will receive a personal thank you letter from Jeremy’s wife as well as a flyer sharing his legacy. Dog Tag Legacy Fund is proud to support the BCHS with grant funds for the McQueary Legacy Pets program.