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Lt Terry L. Reed, KIA Viet Nam 1969 I have had Lt Terry L. Reeds POW/MIA bracelet since 1970 when I joined the US Army. Although shot down in 1969, I recently learned that his remains were recovered in 1994 and identified in 1998. He was buried at Ft Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas, his home of record state. I was on many funeral details when stationed at Ft Sam in 1971, and I am happy that Terry has come home. I would like to send his bracket to his wife at the time of his death 47 years ago Sharon A. Reed of Cooper, Texas. If anyone knows how to contact her or any other surviving family member please let me know, thank you.
Joseph Widener - Memorial#117450042 Eddie, I noticed your message to my Uncle Joe and I just wondered if you had a photo of him. I have never met Uncle Joe but I found a very old family picture and I think that it is possible that the picture was Uncle Joe.
Thank you for any help, Sharon Blevins firstname.lastname@example.org
Joseph Compa Thank you for connecting Joseph's son to him. I also connected his son Ralph today. Joseph has a very sad story. I found his death certificate & he was found dead on the second story of an abandoned home suffering the effects of drinking rubbing alcohol. No one ever talked about the effects of coming back from the war back then. There was no such thing known of PTSD like they list today. It doesn't say that is way he drank. That I am just guessing about.
Rodney Lynn Griffin Thank you for posting the recovery article on Rodney's page on Find-a-Grave; however, the right side is cut off so not all the words are visible. Please, could you email me a complete copy?
Cordie Lamb Schmittou Kindla, your message Hello, Thank you for your kind message on Cordie's memorial. St. Stanislaus cemetery, Bandera, Texas. She was my father's wife, her son LaVerne, was in the Navy when killed in a helicopter crash.
I have just learned that folks are looking for a photo of LaVern to be included in a big memorial being built for vets in Washington DC. Perhaps you can help, or would lke to know about the memorial.
Thomas F. Rigs I was completely blown away when I saw the memorial that you left for my cousin. There was a big difference in our age and I never got to meet him although he was my first cousin. Thank you soooo much for the details of his last day. I also did not know that he was married. I recently had someone contact me via ancestry trying to find family members.