|G Hilley (#46895582)|
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|Della Reynolds Woods||Mickey Jim Jolly photo, Union Cemetery|
I was Mickey's 2nd wife. Love the Navy photo you posted; thank you. Where did you find it? Also, are you sure he is 6th on back row and not 6th on next to last row?
Came across this site by accident and found my father,s memorial done by you. I did not have the chance to know my father very well sadly but was very happy to see this. He has two daughters still living in Trinidad. You mentioned that you were also in Trinidad when he was here with RCA. I would like to know if the book you mentioned 'Hilley Cousins' is still in print?
|Virginia Ray||Transfer Ernest Eiler Jr|
Can you please transfer Ernest Earl "Ernie" Eiler, Jr (Find A Grave Memorial# 58072104)to me his stepdaughter, Virginia Ray (#48271939), I would like to link him to his first wife Marian Margaret Eiler Find A Grave Memorial# 69940531 and any future family links as well.
|David McNally||Ruth Bassett|
Thank you so much for transferring Ruth's memorial to us!
|Barb||Vernon Reinhardt memorial|
Thank you very much for bringing that to my attention, George -- I found a more complete obit in the newspaper. Veterans get special attention from me and Mr. Reinhardt certainly deserved better recognition.
Thank you for your service,
Added by Barb on Nov 16, 2013 8:37 AM
|Missy Ross||Stanley Alvin Ross|
Can you transfer management to me please as this is my father. Thank you - Melissa Ross
|hilda||Robert L. Whiting|
Hello Mr. G. Hilley, I am the sister in law of Robert Whiting, first I would like to say thank you for remembering him with his photo if this was you that included it although, Robert (Nick)never served in Vietnam and I am not sure where you got that info if it was your post...His Wife is my sister and she said that he was in A School in 1969 in Cali at the time and never served...would you kindly update that portion of the post if you are able to...I see this photo is from when he was in Panama, do you know him from there or did someone else post this? Please contact me if you read this, His Wife will also be leaving you a message, perhaps you know her...I will let her introduce herself to you on her own.
Added by hilda on Nov 03, 2013 8:29 AM
|Dwayne Fink||RE: Robert Frederick|
From Dwayne Fink:
Yes, the photo is correct. Thanks so much for adding it to his memorial.
Added by psm973 on Oct 19, 2013 8:45 AM
|D.C. Adams||Stephen Toth, Memorial# 37943972|
Stephen Toth, Memorial# 37943972, was awarded the Silver Star for actions he took the attack upon the USS Liberty, during which he was Killed In Action (KIA). I have added Lieutenant Toth's Silver Star ciation below because I thought you might like to cut and paste it into his memorial's bio area, for more back ground on Lieutenant Toth, and to show what an outstand young hero this man really was.;
The President of the United States of America takes pride in presenting the Silver Star (Posthumously) to Lieutenant Stephen Spencer Toth (NSN: 669613/1100), United States Navy, for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action while serving as Intelligence Officer on board the U.S.S. LIBERTY (AGTR-5), in action in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea on 8 June 1967. During the early afternoon hours, LIBERTY was attacked without warning by jet fighter aircraft and three motor torpedo boats. Subjected to intense incendiary, machine-gun, and rocket fire, and placed in extreme jeopardy by a torpedo hit below the waterline on the starboard side, LIBERTY sustained numerous personnel casualties and severe structural damage. Serving as Intelligence Officer, Lieutenant Toth was on the starboard wing of the flying bridge, 04 level, when the first strafing attack occurred. It became a vital matter to quickly establish the national identity of the aircraft initiating the attack in order to inform higher authority. Lieutenant Toth courageously exposed himself to overwhelmingly accurate rocket and machine-gun fire to obtain this data. While he was thus engaged in this task, he was fatally injured when a violent explosion on the starboard side of the bridge hurled him to the 01 level of the ship. Lieutenant Toth's aggressiveness, composure under fire, and inspiring leadership were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.
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