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Sel Wong (#48081559)
 member for 3 years, 4 months, 3 days
Michael Stanley Klimczak
RE: Your bio
You're welcome. I photographed many veterans graves today, despite the oppressive heat here in Chicago.

Added by Michael Stanley Klimczak on Jul 21, 2016 12:21 PM

Michael Stanley Klimczak
Your bio
I read your bio. Thank you for your service; those narrow hollow words. I enjoyed reading your bio.

Added by Michael Stanley Klimczak on Jul 20, 2016 3:57 PM

Dan Oh
Lewis Proudfoot

Would you consider adding the portrait photo on this findagrave page:

We are trying to honor or KIA veterans here in Chester County with as much information as we can.

Thank you for the assist.

Added by Dan Oh on Jun 22, 2016 5:11 PM

John Shelton
George Eugene Beale

Thank you Sir for your Service and for what you do. I knew Gene as a Teenager and I was Army 68-71
I worked with his Brother a Couple Years after I got out. Again Thank You.
John D. Shelton

Added by John Shelton on May 27, 2016 5:33 PM

Cheryl Rush
Ronold L Fox
You have placed a picture of him on the site. I would like to use it in my Husbands family tree. This was his first cousin; may I use it for our personal tree?

Cheryl Rush

Added by Cheryl Rush on May 01, 2016 6:08 AM

Good Intentions
Soldier Memorials
The work that you do and have done, and the amount of dedication that you give to fallen soldiers has not gone unnoticed. If you ever need photos from anywhere in my area, please do not hesitate to make a direct request and I will see to it that the best photos obtainable are achieved.

All the best,


Added by Good Intentions on Apr 21, 2016 8:12 AM

Kathryn J McCloud
PFC James O. Hall, Jr. Memorial #126295005
Sel, Thank you SO much for posting Jimmy's official picture to this memorial! Beyond that, I am deeply grateful to you for your service, and for your continued dedication to the young men who did not return. May you be blessed! Kathy McCloud

Added by Kathryn J McCloud on Feb 10, 2016 3:18 PM

Mary T.
LCpl Rojelio Bocanegra
I want to "Thank You" so very much for sharing Rojelio Bocanegra's photo with us. I have been searching online hoping to get at least a High School photograph of this wonderful hero. I knew Rojelio as a child in Cystal City. He was my brother's friend and would visit our house often. His father Erasmo was my Godfather, and our families were good friends. My family left Crystal City in 1954, but came and visited the
Bocanegra family in 1956. That was the last time I saw Rojelio and his family. When we heard about his death my parents were devastated. I called his parents and talked to his mother Maria, and its a conversation that I will never forget. I wish that I had know Rojelio better, all I know is that he came from a wonderful and very loving family.

Added by Mary T. on Sep 22, 2015 5:15 PM

Bill Norman
Richard Ray Henling
Hi Sel,
I am writing about the photograph you posted on Memorial #12796191 for Richard Ray Henling. It looks like a photo from a Marine Corps Recruit Training album. Did you know Richard? Do you know which Platoon he graduated with? Richard enlisted as part of Platoon 145 - The Arizona Platoon - on 29 Jun 1965, however he did not graduate with us, being transferred to another platoon before we graduated. I believe he served with 3rd Recon in Viet Nam. I served with 1st Recon, 1966-1967. Anything you can share with me will be appreciated. Thank you for your service, my fellow Marine. Semper Fi.
Bill Norman

Added by Bill Norman on Sep 18, 2015 9:31 AM

RE: PFC RE Stallings
Thank you and Semper Fi,

Added by Tony on Sep 01, 2015 1:01 PM

PFC RE Stallings
Hi Sel,
Would you please remove the photo from memorial #
66274899 of PFC Robert Elvis Stallings and repost the photo of him on memorial #147070533, at the
Fairmount Memorial Park, Spokane, WA, where he is burial.
Memorial with his photo has a no cemetery.
Thank you very much for all the photos that you have found and posted.
Tony #47235247

Added by Tony on Sep 01, 2015 12:12 PM

Jerald Wayne Pendell
I was wondering if you were aware you have the identical photo of this man on his memorial twice. It looks like perhaps you hit it twice inadvertently. Memorial #118118092

Added by snm on Aug 30, 2015 5:18 PM

Davids' picture
Thanks for posting Davids' picture on this website. The picture was one I posted on the Virtual Wall a few years ago. David and I were best friends. I visit his grave site 2 or 3 times a year when I am in Oregon.

Added by Rey on Jul 12, 2015 12:44 PM

Harry Senft
Corp David Eugene Boyer
Hi Sel
Thank you for posting the picture for David Eugene Boyer memorial #65084390, he was my friend.
Dong family history, I found out he is my 6th cousin.

Semper Fi, Harry

Added by Harry Senft on Jun 05, 2015 1:05 PM

Jeff Robinson
Clifton Walter
Thank you for posting a photo of my uncle. He volunteered to walk point on the patrol he when was KIA in 1966 for the 2/1 Marines. I will never forget his sacrifice. Thank you for your service sir.

Added by Jeff Robinson on May 24, 2015 8:22 AM

Pennsylvania Lady
William Wayne Wilson
Find A Grave # 68102127

Please look at the photos on this memorial. You posted one and someone else posted another. She says her's is correct. What do you think?

Added by Pennsylvania Lady on Feb 01, 2015 5:13 AM

Corp Richard Otis Krogh #113711201
Thank you for the photo you put on Richard's memorial. It adds great depth to his memory> I am not related to him but thought it was a great gesture on you part.


Added by YankeeGraver on Jan 26, 2015 8:38 PM

Sandra Weak Linton
Thank you for photo
I want to thank you for adding the photo of Terry Glen Smith to his obituary. He was my friend in high school and I never knew what had happened to him until I found him on FindAGrave. The photo takes me back over 50 years to a good friend and good times. Thank you again.

Added by Sandra Weak Linton on Jan 25, 2015 2:13 PM

Don Calhoun
Your Bio
That was a very nice bio.

Added by Don Calhoun on Jan 09, 2015 8:21 AM

Your duty
My Brother-in-arms,

After posting my message to you, I returned to your Bio.

Something within your message caught my eye, immediately.

You express "guilt" within your Bio. A guilt that states to me, you continue to suffer from our Vietnam War experiences.

There is no doubt within my mind, that you did all you could have done while doing what you did within and separated from the Vietnam War. Your training given to those you came in contact with, was all you could have given them.

The giving of yourself to those that you did train by way of your expertise was your duty, nothing else. You did all you could have done, so give up any lingering guilt you have regarding the Vietnam War.

Hold your head high, with dignity, because you certainly earned every bit of that character trait.

May our LORD God keep you and yours safe for many years to come. And may you and yours also keep the real purpose of Christmas in mind during this joyful time of the year.

Merry Christmas,

Sgt Raymond L. Britt, USMC (Veteran)
Vietnam War Veteran

Added by M on Dec 21, 2014 4:02 PM

My brother-in-arms,

We stand together, because of our actions in and out of the Vietnam War.

Thank you for your service and sacrifices given. As a Vietnam Veteran I am more than aware that we all paid the sacrifices we did, for the sake of honor, dignity, and respect. Which I found through the course of years, the same was not returned to a large majority of us, by those we paid that sacrifice for; the citizens of this onece great nation.

Thank you also for taking the picture of the headstone of Captain Glenn Dill Mann, buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, and then posting it.

I served with the posthumously promoted Captain Mann with VMO-6, MAG-36, 1st MAW, Ky Ha, Republic of South Vietnam. He was a wonderful Marine Corps Captain, man, father.

I had the distinct honor to speak directly to his once wife, in her aged years. She received my call to her with the grace and dignity of any Marine Corps wife and provided me all she could remember of her late husband, without hesitation. She and Captain Mann had several young children, when the Captain received his fatal wound, which killed him almost instantaneously, from a .51 caliber enemy round. He only said six words, then immediately died.

Salute to you for paying homage to all that paid their supreme sacrifice for the sake of freedom, honor, dignity, and respect.

Sgt Raymond L. Britt, USMC (Veteran)
Vietnam War Veteran

Added by M on Dec 21, 2014 3:48 PM

Thom P
Thank You
Thank you for your service and for posting Andy Hovancik's photo. I haven't seen that face since he was my neighbor going into the Corps,

Semper Fi Sel Wong

Added by Thom P on Dec 11, 2014 6:05 AM

Memorial# 104188578, LCpl Rogelio Bocanegra
Thank you for adding the photo of Rogelio to this site. I am not related to Rogelio however; he is the brother of my uncle Ricardo, who also served in the Marine Corps (Korean War) I've linked to our family genealogy Facebook page so that others in the Bocanegra family may find it and read about how this man served his country.

Thanks again,


Added by TRT on Nov 23, 2014 6:49 AM

LCpl Willie Purfoy Seamster photo
" cry for and honor the ones we couldn't save."

Many thanks for your selfless work. Today I was able to have Mr. Seamster clearly in mind while photographing his marker.

Added by leejosepho on Jul 27, 2014 7:46 PM

PFC Allan Guinn
Hi Sel,
Would you please remove a photo of PFC Guinn, Memorial#19471959 that you posted.
There was already a photo posted by another person
on his memorial, before you posted a duplicate photo of PFC Guinn.
Semper Fi,
Tony #47235247

Added by Tony on Jul 17, 2014 8:52 PM


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