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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 95 countries to date.|
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|Jean McSperitt||Cliffered R McSperitt grave|
Thank you so much for the beautiful pictures of our Uncle Cliffered's grave and the memorial! They are wonderful! His Mother, Merilda McSperitt, would have love to have seen where her oldest son was interred! She passed away in 1987. God Bless You, Sir!
|Patsy Hittle Gore||Luster Pruett|
Andy, Thank you for you wonderful story for Luster Pruett, I have added it to his biography. Would it be possible to use your Tombstone Photo for him on my Family Tree? I would be glad to give you credit for ownership of those wonderful Gravestone Photos. Appreciate you being a Find A Grave Volunteer. I love Pt. Roberts, neat little town. Happy Digging from Alaska, Patsy Hittle Gore
|Bethany||Bonnie A Summerell|
I want to thank you for the lovely picture of my grandfather's grave. I have never been there but hope to one day before I die. It is wonderful that someone keeps the graves covered with flowers and that their memory of what they did for the world is not forgotten
Bethany St. Andrew
Added by Bethany on Sep 06, 2015 11:37 PM
Mr. Anderson: I see the photo as correct on my phone and pc but tried to reload it and now it shows up as only sideways on those devices. I'll keep working on it.
Added by Frogman on Sep 03, 2015 2:27 PM
|Robert Lee Layton Jr. [Okie Bob]||PFC Clarence L Abney Memorial# 55874648|
Thanks for the Info On PFC Abney I have added it to his memorial
AFCM Robert Layton USN RET
|James Osborne||Co A virtual cemetery|
If you click on my name, you should be able to access my Co A virtual cemetery. Thanks. James
|Linda Rhodes||SSgt Roy J Morris|
Thank you for posting information about my uncle, SSgt Roy J Morris. Although I never met him, I have always felt close to him. I have the Purple Heart that was sent to my grandparents. Until I read your post, I did not know he was MIA.
|Kathie||TSgt Robert J Huhtala|
Thank you so much for the additional info. It has been added to the memorial.
Added by Kathie on Jul 30, 2015 9:37 AM
|Anonymous||RE: Alexander Patch -Epinal|
Please provide me with the memorial number. I could not find anything that I had added to an Alexander Patch memorial.
|c.walker||Epinal : SSGT Stanley A. Wozniak|
Awe inspiring pictures from Epinal. Thank you!
My father was at the battle of Leyte Gulf , and in New Guinea.
One uncle was on the Oaklahoma during Pearl Harbor Attack, havig been a Navy Veteran for 6 years to that time. Another Uncle was one of Merrill's marauders in Burma; and yet another was in the Battle of the Bulge received a bronze star ( i believe a unit citation). I thank every man and woman in uniform that i see. Thank you for your service.
Added by c.walker on Jun 24, 2015 6:59 PM
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