|Richard S. Barzelogna (#46528431)|
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I am a Son of the South (hometown in northeastern Florida; college educated in southwestern Missouri), career soldier (retired as a LTC in 2008 with over 29 years, and a subsequent Retiree Recall put me over 31) who was originally trained in the USMCR (M Company (-), 3/24 Marines, 4th MAR DIV, Semper Fi!) with combat in OPN Urgent Fury (Grenada), El Salvador, OPN Desert Storm (Persian Gulf War), OPN Joint Guard (Bosnia), OPN Enduring Freedom (Global War on Terror), & OPN Iraqi Freedom (Global War on Terror/ Global Contingency Opn - whatever "politically correct" term the liberals invent for it in the next 4 years; still the same fight, same enemy). I also served in OPN Noble Eagle (Global War on Terror/ USA Homeland defense), OPN Volcano (disaster relief, Armero, Columbia), and USA disaster relief during Hurricanes Hugo, Opal, Frances, and TS Alberto in Florida. I have been married since 1989 and have 1 son. I am also a careerist with the Florida Department of Corrections and have worked criminal justice since 1986. In my youth, I attained Eagle Scout with the BSA and was a Triple Letterman (football/ wrestling/ track) in High School with my greatest achievement in athletics being amateur boxing (72-3, 55 KOs). I also served 2 years with the FFA Chapter during high school. Thanks to all of you who have visited and left flowers/ comments on my memorials, and especially those who have sponsored them.|
"You can never do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late."
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|florida boy 64||Donald Evans|
Donald 7028121 was a CMH winner in Vietnam he needs a flower thank you
|florida boy 64||General Harold Greene|
General Greene 133884590 was killed last month in Afganistan he needs flowers thank you
|Who Art In Heaven||Roberto Colagiacomo|
Greetings to our american brother, thank you for everything you do to recognise so many other who have worked and made this world a better place as you do. Your presence is uplifting and generous.
I don't know how to thank you enough Richard ! c
Thank you very much for the kind words. I appreciate them.
Added by Johnny on Aug 28, 2014 4:23 PM
|Johnny||Thank you for visiting the memorial for Morgan Thompson|
I wanted to take a moment to thank you for visiting my friend Morgan Thompson's memorial. The note you left touched my heart and is so true. Thank you and keep up the good work you do within the Find a Grave community. It is appreciated.
Richard, I want to sincerely thank you for your service to our country. I was called for the draft during Vietnam but could not pass the physical because of a lung condition. Morgan was the first person that I personally knew that died in Vietnam. I agree 100% with you that it was a disgrace the way these heroes were treated on their return. I have Relatives that have fought in the wars since the Revolutionary War till today and to disrespect any of these men is unthinkable to me. I am so disheartened of the direction our great country has been heading.
Added by Johnny on Aug 28, 2014 10:11 AM
|florida boy 64||Morgan Thompson|
Morgan 97760792 was killed in Vietnam he needs flowers as always your the best.
|florida boy 64||Chad Fuller|
Chad 12944272 is a fallen soldier needs flowers
|Heidi Dietrich||Thank you!|
Dear Mr. Barzelogna,
Thank you for your service. I am so grateful for you and soldiers like you. I owe you my freedom and my life.
Heidi A. Dietrich
|florida boy 64||Louis Chevrolet|
Louis 1904 needs a flower along with his brother Gaston 2402 Chevrolets not only were the best sellers and racers they served the military great. Chevrolet trucks were the fastest the most reliable best truck that the United States Military could ever have. In 1941 before the United States entered the war the British used Chevrolets in North Africa and had a huge edge over the Germans. In Vietnam Chevrolet 30 series pick up trucks were so good they could pick up wounded were in area that choppers couldnt get in a dust off and the medics had a lot of room to work were the old slow box jeeps couldnt and have the speed to get to a MASH unit. After that the ambalances years later went from station wagons to trucks all beacuse of there preformance in Vietnam. And today Chevys are the best the military has.
|florida boy 64||3 Soldiers|
these 3 Soldiers need flowers James Garner 133064324 Edward Acosta 86435185 Ola Lee Mize 126259578 Thank You
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