Seth was killed, along with 19 other proud and brave marines on April 8, 2000 when their MV-22 Osprey aircraft crashed during a training mission.
He was the youngest one on the plane, only 18. He said he would do whatever it took, including give his life, if that is what was necessary for all people to live free. He is my hero, the bravest soul I have ever known.
To you Seth I say “Semper Fi Marine.” I am so proud of you and love you forever. Keep the gates of heaven safe and secure until we meet again.
Michele Tytlar, Portland, OR, lost her 18-year-old son Lcpl Seth Garrett Jones aboard a military aircraft