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Dwight "Andy" Anderson served 30 years on active duty as an infantryman in the US Marines 1968-69 (Vietnam) and 1974-2002 US Army. Awards include the Legion of Merit, Purple Heart, and six Meritorious Service Medals. Retired at the rank of Command Sergeants Major a rank he held for 11 years. He is currently employed by the American Battle Monuments Commission on his third assignment at a cemetery. Served at the Henri Chappelle AC Belgium, Normandy AC Omaha Beach and currently at the Epinal AC, France. He calls Point Roberts, WA home. Has spent almost 50 years traveling the world and living abroad having lived in or visited 94 countries to date.|
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|Marybeth Novak Lindgren||RE: Ernest Anderson #56370910|
Thank you! You have done so much more and thank you for your service. I have uploaded the portrait. Sorry it is such poor quality. I also submitted the bio that accompanied the photo. You'll be able to see it as soon as CWGC/ABMC approves it.
|Ruth ||Photos for Sgt. Percy P. Yount|
THANK YOU, Andy, for the excellent photos you took and posted on the memorial of my cousin, Sgt. Percy P. Yount, at the Epinal AC Cemetery, France. Your time and your kindness is greatly appreciated!
I just recently discovered the burial place of my cousin and found the excellent photos you took and posted.
Added by Ruth on Apr 20, 2015 11:05 AM
|Marybeth Novak Lindgren||Ernest Anderson #56370910|
I have a portrait of Ernest Anderson that I can add to this memorial but the maximum of free photos has been reached for this page. Would you be willing to remove one of the grave pictures so I can post it? It's not a wonderful picture since it is a photo of an old, yellowed newspaper that I enhanced, but it is a good likeness. Let me know. Thanks!
|Veterans Researcher||Sgt. J. C. Kilpatrick--Nov. 6, 1944|
"Like a leaf dropped upon water...the ripples of your thoughtfulness will spread on and on to touch the lives of others." You may never know many people are grateful for your beautiful photographs. But, I, for one, was very touched by the time and attention you gave this young man from Fannin County, Texas, who lost his life while in the service of Our Country. Thank you for your service, and for helping us to remember this soldier.
|patootie||RE: Birnbaum crew|
I'm sorry for this technical mistake, i will now crop pictures before posting them.
Thank for your remark,
Have a nice day
Added by patootie on Apr 12, 2015 4:02 AM
|Carol Bishop||2Lt Marvin LaRue Leininger|
So glad to add the information you provided. We must honor all our heroes and acknowledge their sacrifices. Thank you for your service.
|samantha olsen||PFC Cleveland O Roche Epinal|
I cannot thank you enough for adding the photos of my great grand uncle!!! I have been trying to figure out a way to get a picture of his cross.
Thank you so very much!! God bless!
|Diane||Pvt Albin D Zupancic|
I am so sorry my manners just kicked in. Thank you so much for adding the gravesite photos for Pvt. Albin Zupancic. He was a friend of my dad's and a classmate's uncle so it's very important (to me) they're recorded and remembered. Your photos make it possible for us to pay our respects, even though we cannot be there. Very much appreciated and, while I'm at it, thank you for your dedicated service as well.
Added by Diane on Mar 26, 2015 2:39 PM
|Russ Pickett||That's More Like It ....|
Fantastic !! - Hey .... you have white hair like me. LOL
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