Condolences - Daryl Wayne Blohm


So very sorry for your loss. Daryl was the best boss I ever had and also one of the most honest and fair men that have ever met. My heart goes out to you all. God bless you all.

From: Patty and Bobby Jenkins

Vicki and Family - I am so deeply sorry for your loss. I know Daryl was a man of Faith, Family and Country. He often spoke of you all, your vacations, holidays and his children's accomplishments. He was a proud husband and father (grand-father). I had the good luck to work for Daryl in Cadet Command G5 for the last, nearly 10 years. I was privileged to share his good spirits, knowledge and his devotion to our organization and the Country. I know you'll will miss Daryl immensely. He will be missed by many. I know God will accept Daryl and keep him until you are together again in Heaven. May God look over you and help you find the peace and strength to overcome your loss. I will miss him. Vicki - I only met you on a few brief occasions, but I offer to you and your family any assistance you may ask for. I know the Cadet Command G5, who shared our workday with Daryl and were lead by Daryl are both sad at his passing, and appreciative that he impacted us and touched us almost every day. We are better for having known him and shared him with his family. God Bless Jerry Schulz 270-505-2676 jerome.p.schulz.civ@mail.mil schulzjp@windstream.net

From: Jerry & Tiffin Schulz

Twenty years ago it was my honor to serve under Daryl Blohm, he was one of the finest commanders that the Flying Tigers of the 8-229th has had in their 32 year history. He led from the front and knew how to push his Soldiers to better themselves. He was a Soldier's Commander, the unit missed him then and life will miss him now. Rest Easy Skipper.

From: Jack TF Pike

Colonel Blohm was a great commander and even better man. I am honored to have served under his command as a Cadet and 2LT. My condolences and prayers to his family.

From: Chris Wiles

PRAYING FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY DURING THIS TIME OF LOSS. MR. BLOHM WAS AN AMAZING MAN WHO DID SO MUCH FOR SO MANY. I AM FOREVER GRATEFUL FOR ALL HE TAUGHT MY SON DURING HIS TIME AS SCOUT MASTER IN TROOP 829.

From: Nora Gregory

Vicki, I’m so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you comfort and peace. I always felt safe with Daryl keeping an eye on everything and everyone at our church. You both are true servants of The Lord!

From: Susan Hart Crowder

Vicki, I’m so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you comfort and peace. I always felt safe with Daryl keeping an eye on everything and everyone at our church. You both are true servants of The Lord!

From: Susan Hart Crowder

Our deepest condolences. May God's Grace ease your sorrow and may you always remember the best times you shared. He was our brother-in-arms and like so many before, is just going ahead to ready the way.

From: Larry and Annette Carroll

My heart goes out to you in your loss. It's painful to be separated from the one that we love. We are grateful for his service to the Army both in and out of uniform and I know he made a big difference in the lives of many. My prayer is that God will bring you peace, comfort, and healing.

From: Chaplain Thomas Brooks, U.S. Army Cadet Command

We are truly sorry for your loss. Daryl was a great man of God, Mentor, and Professional! Our prayers are that God will provide you understanding, comfort, and peace to your souls through this time of sorrow. John 11:25-26 Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die." I will truly miss him on earth, but will see him again in heaven.

From: Percy and Deeta Black

I am deeply saddened at Daryl’s passing. He was a consummate professional, caring co-worker, devoted family man and devout Brother In Christ. I shall greatly miss his sense of humor, his warm nature and his incredibly analytical mind. He was a great warrior, a fierce teammate and a good friend. My most sincere condolences go out to Vicki and the family. Rest In Peace, Daryl.

From: Major General John Evans

It was an honor to have COL (ret.) Daryl Blohm serve as a Commander for the 8-229th. Our deepest condolences and prayers are with his family and friends.

From: 8-229th AHB, Flying Tigers

Dear Vicki, Many prayers for you and family - may you feel a deep assurance of God's presence and peace. I was so sorry to hear of Daryl's passing. What a great blessing he was in our sons' lives. His godly influence will be missed by so many. Our prayers will continue for you. "And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus." Blessings, Leigh Ann

From: Leigh Ann Pierce

Had to pick myself off the floor, and the room is now thick with the memories of the Blohm house on Hickory, school days, Scouts, Band, German Club, Stephen F Austin, L'Jans wedding when Daryl and Vicki danced all night and never even knew we were there. There was magic in Daryl.... I can't hear Bohemian Rhapsody without remembering how he and Mike Jump sang it word for word in the hallways of NBHS. The world spun us apart in 1980, but today I miss my friend.

From: Tobin Hoffmann Class of 77 NBHS

Vickie and family, Amy and I are so sad to hear about Daryl. We have many fond memories of spending time with you all when we lived in Conroe, TX. I knew Daryl to be a devoted husband and father; he was also an great soldier. I am honored to have served with him. We pray that God grant you peace and understanding.

From: Frank and Amy Charles

Vicki, my sincere condolences to you & your family. Sending thoughts & prayers.

From: Mary Torres - New Braunfels TX

From Glenn (Katie’s great uncle) and Connie out on the Prairie in Oklahoma we extend our sympathies to Vicki and her family. Daryl and I never met; yet, we shared several life experiences. Both of us were privileged to wear the uniform of this great nation, both of us humbly served Southern Baptist churches, both of us learned on the job to be husbands, fathers, and grandfathers, and yes, both of us enjoyed fly fishing. Fly fisherman never really die. They just wade on ahead of the rest of us; pausing briefly before going around the last unseen bend in the river. We cannot see them; however, every roll cast, ever double haul, every #14 Adams we position just above a rising 20 inch trout will remind us of the unhindered joy we spent with those who shared our passion for the outdoors and that special part of God’s creation---fly fishing. Vicki and all members of her family, Connie and I pray that All Mighty God will enable all of you to trace the rainbow of his love through your tears. May you draw strength and comfort from Jesus and a whole bunch of folks that are praying for you.

From: From Glenn (Katie’s great uncle) and Connie Peck out on the Prairie in Oklahoma..

My sincere condolences for your loss. Ihad the great privilege of working with Mr. Blohm the last two years. He was brilliant, funny and remarkably good at communicating complex ideas in an understandable way, even for a novice like myself. I am grateful for his candid feedback and the mentor ship he provided to the HQ staff and I. The moments I will remember most about Mr. Blohm is the way he changed from a serious professional to a joyful grandfather every time he shared stories of his delightful grandchildren. My prayers are with you, that comfort, joy and peace only found through our Lord Jesus will be with you and yours. -Amen Warm Regards, Michelle

From: CPT Michelle Hauprich, USACC HHD Commander

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