Not just yet. This veteran has been on a mission from the day the war started.
It's to honor the men and women who have sacrificed their lives.
Reagan, who has a studio in Edmonds, sketches portraits of our soldiers killed in the war. He calls his project "The Fallen Heroes".
It's Mike Reagan's gift to the families left behind. His gift from the heart.
Joe Colgan received a portrait of his son Ben, killed in the war Nov. 1, 2003.
"Unbelievable, that's the best word I can say for it," says Joe staring at the portrait of his son in his living room.
"What's happened is it's become a significant healing piece of all their lives I've heard back from every family that I've done", says Reagan.
That's 80 families. 80 and counting.
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Feb. 7, 2005 -- 'When You Look At That Picture, There Is Joy'