The body of an Evansville soldier killed in Iraq will come home Thursday. 21 year old will Powell-Kerchief was killed last week in Baghdad. His family says the 21 year old was based in Washington with the Ninth Infantry. He told them before he left he was worried he wouldnt get the welcome home like other soldiers so the family is doing everything they can to give their hero the fanfare he wanted when his body returns to Evansville. The impact Will Powell-Kerchief made on the world can be see all the way down his parents street. Its a memorial made for everything the 21 year old soldier loved from sports, to bowling to serving his country. "He could light up a room," says friend Cory Thacker.. The only light his family and friends have left is this scrap book Powell-Kerchief made as part of a senior project. He mentions friends and his hobbies as well as a paragraph on death thats taken on a new meaning "He says on the dying process I would rather die a quick death than be in a lot of pain," says his uncle Aaron Powell. His family says that says it all about the boy who loved to be the center of attention. It offer a small bit of solice for those grieving. "Words dont describe losing a best friend," says Thacker. And in a way they cant do just for the life of Powell-Kerchief "Hes...hes what else can you say?" says powell.. Theyre saying it with a memorial. Powell-Kerchiefs body will come home Thursday morning at 11 to Tri-State Aero. Visitation will happen Friday from noon until 9 pm at Browning Funeral Home and again Saturday morning at 9 until the service at Crossroads Christian Church in Newburgh. The service takes place at 11 at Crossroads. He will be buried with full military honor at Sunset Memorial Park. His family wants everyone to line the streets to give Powell-Kerchief what he wanted. His body will be escorted by the Rolling Thunder and the Patriot Riders from Tri-State Aero to Browning Funeral Home. The route is from Tri-State Areo south on 41 to the Lloyd, west on the Lloyd to First to Diamond and finally Browning Funeral Home.