Troops overseas made a Memorial Day tribute to all fallen military members using the words of a Camp Pendleton Marine. The Seattle Times )Wagner has holds the letter dear to his heart and even has it memorized."[Stacey] had all the bravery in the world and because he loved America he was a United States Marine," said Wagner.Within a week of returning from his first deployment, Stacey volunteered and went right back into battle. He did that following two deployments."He had every opportunity in the world, and he was a smart guy," said Wagner. "He could have done anything or gone anywhere."Stacey gave up his life so someone else would not have to, but it is clear that his legacy lives on."If my life buys the safety of a child who will one day change this world, then I know that it was all worth it," the letter said.When asked if he also thought it was worth it, Wagner said, "I know it was worth it."