Gone but not forgotten....

In Memoriam

To Our Departed Brothers:


You are a veteran. You wore the uniform. You did your duty. You sacrificed your youth and endured the separation from loved ones. You served your country with selfless devotion. Now, your battles are over. You are gone but not forgotten; for you will always have the undying gratitude of those you served and the respect of those who served with you. May you rest in eternal peace.


 HAROLD ALLEN WILLIAMS ARTHUR CLARENCE TOWNSON  WILLIAM CLIFTON SHEARIN
HEZEKIAH GEORGE CHARLES VICTOR PICCOLELLA

Above are In Country Casualties

DONALD F. MASON ✭ MILTON HARRISON ✭ JOHN TONKIN ✭ DALE OTTO ✭ PHILLIP GRADY JONES 

CHARLES VINES ✭ BUSTER GLENN ADAMS ✭ WAYNE L. WAHLMEIER ✭ KEVIN GUYON 
MAXWELL S. CROWELL ✭ DONALD M. LEMON ✭  TERRY W. LUEKER ✭ CARL CASCONE 

HIRAM H. COOKE ✭ ROGER O. DILLON ✭ EDWIN G. CAMPANY ✭ ROY A. WITNEY  
EDWARD F. KLUGE ✭ ORVAL W. BULLOCK ✭  JOHN M. LOVETT ✭ GARY W. GARVERICK
 COSIMO TANGORRA SR. ✭ MICHAEL J. SINDLINGER ✭DAVID M. WALLACE ✭ MICHAEL YURCIC
 ROGER M. ADCOCK ✭ JOHN J. LASUSKY ✭ JOSEPH J. DETORRE ✭ FRANKLIN A. HERLINGER
 VERNON PARK ✭ JAMES NEEDHAM ✭ PERRY WAGNER ✭ JAMES CARL MINTOR
 PATRICK FILANDRO ✭ KENNETH NEUSCHWANTER ✭ ROY CAMPBELL ✭ MICHAEL J. HOOK  

MICHAEL D. ZENISEK ✭ CHARLES D. COSGROVE  ✭ CHARLES WILLIAM CHAPEL 

 JACKIE LEON DEAN ✭ HARRY T. INGRAM ✭ ROBERT SORGATZ ✭  BEN WALLACE 

 WILLIAM W. McCOOK ✭  JAMES F. RUFFER ✭ RICHARD A. O'NEILL ✭ JOEL T. NICHOLS

 ALAN DENNINGER ✭ GARY BOLIN ✭ NICK BOYKO ✭ PAUL CHARPENTIER

GREG DANIELS ✭ JAMES DUNCAN ✭ DIETER FLEISCHER ✭ BILL HENDERSON

DAVID PERRY ✭ FRANK RYZNER ✭ ROBERT TEETER ✭ GARLAND WILEY ✭ RON YESKO

JOHN GASKO ✭ ROBERT W. HOFFMAN ✭ JAMES W. VINCENT 

JEFFREY L. BRIDGEWATER ✭ STANLEY IVAN GOODIN ✭ CARROLL P. KEMP

​JOHN R. KIRTLEY ✭ STANLEY FERRARO ✭ THOMAS R. HERNDON

 


by the Officers and Members of the

Pleiku M.P. Association

As a testimonial of their Honorable and Faithful Service

to the United States of America

As a member of

Co. B, 504th Military Police Battalion (U.S. Army)

During its Tour of Duty in the Republic of Vietnam

​You who read these words, many of whom also  have worn the uniform of your 

country, be ever mindful that service in Vietnam was the action of free men coming

together to uphold the dignity and freedom of man, and to defend the free 

world against communist aggression. 


​Karl M. Klink -- President

​Gary Moore -- Chaplain