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Robert Harik (#47610090)
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Born in WilkeS-Barre Pa 1933.
US Merchant Marine, Great Lakes 1951.
US Coast Guard 1951 to 1954. Radio Operator.
US Merchant Marine 1956-1958.
Federal Aviation Adminintration 31 Years,
Fremont California, Puerto Rico, Jacksonville
Florida, Anchorage Alaska, Edward Air Force Base, retired in 1989.
US Merchant Marine, Persian Gulf 1991 Radio Officer on Merchant ship.

Live in Yuba City, California.
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Messages left for Robert Harik (61)[Leave Message]
RE: Rex L Frazier
I am honored to have been able to help. I only live one mile from the cemetery and am happy to take photos.

Added by nicolem on Sep 14, 2014 9:29 PM
Pat Palm
RE: Keith Allen Monument
You are very welcome. It was a great day for a visit to some local cemeteries....
Added by Pat Palm on Sep 07, 2014 4:25 PM
Dr. James M. Owston
RE: SP5 Kenneth Eskes
Thanks for your extra work in finding the right soldier. I've transferred him to you.

Added by Dr. James M. Owston on Aug 07, 2014 10:06 AM
Dr. James M. Owston
RE: SP5 Kenneth Eskes
Here's what you sent me.

SP5 Kenneth Eskes

Good afternoon Dr. Owston,

I've been doing research on the Army Unit that
SP5 Kenneth Eskes served with while he was in Vietnam. I've recently acquired a high school photo and an obituary from Steubenville Ohio.
I have obit information I would like to add to
his tribute.

Would you please transfer his findagrave tribute to me, I'm also in pursuit of his grave monument, at the present time this avenue is blocked by another request for the monument.

Kenneth served with Company B 4th Engineers, he was attached to 1st of the 12th Infantry 4 Infantry Division when he died.
Bob Harik
Yuba City, Ca. my ident is: #47610090
Added by Dr. James M. Owston on Aug 06, 2014 10:20 PM
Dr. James M. Owston
RE: SP5 Kenneth Eskes

I cannot find his memorial. Do you have the name spelled correctly?

Added by Dr. James M. Owston on Aug 05, 2014 10:48 PM
Don Green
RE: Dennis Hershner

You're very welcome for the photos, Robert. The marker is close to a tree. I think the mowers end up taking various angles around it and one caused the marker trim to break. Once that happened the damage just continued. I probably have 10 or so photos if you'ld like a full one to work with. Won't help with damage, but you can crop out more of it. Please let me know. Glad I could help out for a vet.

Added by Don Green on Aug 05, 2014 2:49 PM
Bronx Aquarian
The person who built/maintains the site must make the change. I don't know enough about find a grave to tell you more; I simply go take photos and post them whenever I can.

Added by Bronx Aquarian on Jul 19, 2014 7:38 AM
Thomas M. Sherry
Hello Bob,
Thank you for posting our Tom's photo on this site. He will be remembered for his contributions to the US Army. Glad you were able to sort out the two Sherry's.
Best Regards,
Kathy Bartosik
Added by KLBartosik on Jul 14, 2014 5:36 PM
Ron Downs
RE: Spc 4 Robert Owen Cole
Hi Robert,
Thanks for the follow up email. I did see the medals inscribed on his headstone but didn't understand why they were not listed on the site you posted. I did a little more research and now I think I understand based on the comments posted by Rocky's (Robert Owen Cole) high school friend Gordon Smith on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial The Wall-USA site ( respect his wishes and agree with you that he is a HERO.
Added by Ron Downs on Jul 13, 2014 11:32 PM
Nathan Haines
Sgt Thomas Sherry
I got pics today per your request for Sgt Thomas Sherry's gravesite. Sorry it took me so long. Har har. :-]
His stone has a real bad rust stain on it. I scrubbed and scrubbed on it and got some of the stain out but it would take dynamite to get the rest of it out! I think the cemetery frowns on doing that. Ho ho ho.
Somebody told me the cemetery uses fertilizer with iron in it and that is what causes some of the stones to get the rust stains on them. Don't know if that is right or not??
Added by Nathan Haines on Jul 12, 2014 5:02 PM
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