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Robert Joseph Gold
Birth: Sep. 20, 1946
Rosewood
Champaign County
Ohio, USA
Death: Feb. 26, 1967
Tay Ninh
Tay Ninh, Vietnam

SPC4 Robert Joseph "Bob" Gold lost his life, fighting in the Vietnam War (4th Infantry DIV). He is the son of Francis Joseph "Joe" Gold & Rosemary Maurer-Gold (Rosewood / Sidney, Ohio). Bob is the brother of William L., Diana L., Edward F., and Patricia S. Gold. He was married, for 6 months, to Carleen Fridley-Gold-Pettit. Bob graduated from Sidney High School (Ohio) in 1965. He was drafted in December 1965, and went to Vietnam in September 1966. Bob was a talented musician, playing bass guitar in some well-known bands(1962-1965). He played for The Yellow Jackets, Stan White and The Misty Echoes, & The Little Green Men. His song, "I'm The Talk of the Town" made the top-10 in Nashville, TN. He also recorded "Pretty Little Earth Girl," "School Will Soon Be Out," & "Cheater B-Modified Car." SGT Gold was posthumously awarded the Bronze Star with "V" for Valor on 02/26/2013, for his heroic actions in Operation Junction City. 
 
Burial:
Cedar Point Cemetery
Pasco
Shelby County
Ohio, USA
Plot: Northeast Portion
 
Created by: Eric Kelly
Record added: Aug 09, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11504704
Robert Joseph Gold
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Robert Joseph Gold
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You and men like you, are the reason we are free today! As a spouse of a NAVY veteran I salute you sir for the sacrifices that you made!
- CindyS
 Added: Feb. 16, 2014
My tribute to a dear friend. I think of Bob very very often and still get tears in my eyes.
- Del Eyer
 Added: Apr. 2, 2013
May you rest in peace, bro and rest assured you have not been forgotten.
- WK Irish
 Added: Apr. 2, 2013
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