|Thomas Clark (#47193734)|
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I have been a high school US History teacher for the past 34 years, researcher, and collector of historical items, mainly military items. I love to take these items to show my students and others that history is something you can touch. I recently returned from a year in Afghanistan with the Indiana National Guard. I volunteered after being out of the military for over 25+ years. Talk about seeing history - I saw it!|
For the past 31 years my students and myself have been looking for the families and friends of the 1621 Indiana casualties of the Vietnam War. We conducted all the research for the World War II,Korean and Vietnam Memorials in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. We are presently raising money to build a Veterans Museum in Schererville, Indiana. If you can help please email me. email@example.com
Check out these two links - Outstanding students.
Wall Street Journal
CBS Evening News
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I am sure he is buried in Forest Lawn. I located throu our local obits. Added the memorial. Let me know if you have him on your vietnam list. Linda
Added by Linda Y on May 11, 2016 4:20 PM
|Linda Y||John kearney|
117675831. I added the photo. If you want to ask for memorial. I am sure they will transfer. Vietnam Vet. LindaY
Added by Linda Y on May 02, 2016 5:54 PM
|Linkert||RE: PVT Gust P. Demopolos|
That's no problem at all. If I can be of your assistance in the future, just let me know :-)
Added by Linkert on Apr 25, 2016 12:36 AM
|Kathy Phelan||Walter Allen Fry|
FYI - A photo of Walter's stone has been added to Find A Grave. Walter's #154389541
We are taking photos in New Albany Cemetery Was glad to see you have memorials there I will send you a email if I find more veterans that you need added to your data Linda Yuan
Added by Linda Y on Mar 03, 2016 6:40 PM
|Lleeah||SGT Fritz Gustafson|
Hello, I'm going to post a photo but wanted to apologize ahead of time for the condition of the stone. It was under a solid layer of frozen leaves and it took a couple of days to loosen it and let the sun do its work. This photo is the best I can do for now but I will wait until spring when the ground is thawed and I will uncover the stone completely and take a better one. I have taken photos for many of the KIA's at Union and will be sure to get a very nice photo for to honor this young Marine and his family members buried next to him. Thank you for requesting the photo and for your service.
Added by Lleeah on Feb 25, 2016 2:44 PM
|Ancestor Searcher||RE: Oscar Hutzell and mother|
Thank you for your service to our country! May God bless you and your family.
|Linda Y||Larry Rush|
i am transferring his memorial. Linday47158925
Added by Linda Y on Feb 18, 2016 9:00 PM
|john paul lewis||Jerry Douglas Clark|
Mr. Clark, For years I have wondered where Jerry Clark was buried and if any family members were interested in knowing about his last days in Vietnam.
I have never gotten far at all in my search until a few weeks ago I stumbled on this site and your efforts. It appears you were the one who posted his photo, so the question comes to my mind were you related to Jerry. Do you have any contact information about family members?
I do not see a cemetery listed. What does that mean?
|Sherlocks Cousin||Samuel Shoup|
Found that he was from Bullskin, Fayette Co, PA. So that verifies not my Shoup line.
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