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Birth: Aug. 12, 1950
Mecklenburg County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Apr. 18, 1971
Trung Tin, Vietnam

CPL Johnny Max Saxon, Vietnam Veteran, Native of Charlotte, North Carolina.

Corporal Johnny Max Saxon was a casualty of the Vietnam War. As a member of the Army Selective Service and a Draftee, CPL Saxon served our country until April 18th, 1971 in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. He was 20 years old and was not married. It was reported that Johnny died from an undetermined explosion. His body was recovered. Johnny was born on August 12th, 1950 in Charlotte, North Carolina. CPL Saxon is on panel 04W, line 133 of the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C.

He is the Son of Mr James Coley Saxon and Mrs Lois Mary Farmer Saxon of Mecklenburg County. Brother to the late Larry Gene Saxon.

He served with Alpha Company, 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry Regiment, "Polar Bears", 196th Infantry Brigade, USARV.

He was awarded The Combat Infantryman's Badge(CIB), The Purple Heart Medal for his combat related wounds, The Vietnam Service Medal, The Republic of Vietnam Campaign Service Medal, The National Defense Service Medal.

Family links: 
  James Coley Saxon (1897 - 1970)
  Mary Lois Farmer Saxon (1913 - 1998)
  Larry Gene Saxon (1946 - 1968)*
  Johnny Max Saxon (1950 - 1971)
*Calculated relationship
Evergreen Cemetery
Mecklenburg County
North Carolina, USA
Plot: Sect.6, Lot #917, Grave #1
Created by: Tom Reece
Record added: Jan 28, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 17734419
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We are going to honor you and the 14 other Garinger classmates who lost their lives in Viet Nam by dedicating a monument at the school on Aug 8, 2014 to you all. Long overdue. God Bless you for your service to our country. You are not forgotten and never ...(Read more)
 Added: Jul. 16, 2014
Thank you Sir!
- Jillanita
 Added: Jul. 7, 2011
Freedom isn't Free, some paid for it
- Tom Reece
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