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10/2/06 - Posted from the Daily Record newsroom
Christopher Cosgrove's senior picture from the 2001 Whippany Park High School yearbook. Cosgrove, 23, died Sunday in Iraq.

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Morris Marine killed in Iraq

2001 Whippany Park grad, Cedar Knolls resident, died Sunday

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HANOVER TWP. -- A U.S. Marine from Morris County was killed Sunday in Iraq, several sources have confirmed.

Lance Cpl. Christopher Cosgrove, 23, of Cedar Knolls, died while on assignment with Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 25th Marines, sources said.

Cosgrove was a 2001 graduate Whippany Park High School, where he was a dedicated member of the football, track and lacrosse teams, Principal John Manning said today. The school will observe a moment of silence in Cosgrove's memory on Tuesday morning.

"He was a very team-oriented young man and was very fond of Whippany Park High School," Manning said. "He visited us often."

Manning said Cosgrove stopped by to visit with teachers and staff at the high school before he shipped out for Iraq last spring.

For more on this story, see tomorrow's Daily Record.


Reader Comment Wed Oct 04, 2006 8:46 am
Our hearts break for this young man lost at the same time that our hearts soar with pride over his courage, pride and selflessness.
Rest in Peace- - there are many who may not believe in the actions taken in Iraq but support every last one of you serving there. May the rest come home soon.
Thank you - Thank you - Thank you
Thanks Chris Tue Oct 03, 2006 11:31 pm
I was saddened to hear of his death, but i wanted to say as his classmate of the WP class of 01 that i am extremely proud to have known a hero.

RIP my friend
Friends and Family - No SPAM please Mon Oct 02, 2006 9:56 pm
In Memory of Christopher Cosgrove.
http://www.christophercosgrove.org
marine.. Mon Oct 02, 2006 3:58 pm
So sorry to the family of this Marine. It's so sad. Sad


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