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is honored on Panel 7E, Line 24 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Final Mission of PFC William M. Denhoff

    Posted on 2/6/16 - by
    PFC William M. Denhoff was a rifleman assigned to D Company, 1st Battalion, 3rd Marines. On April 29, 1966, PFC Denhoff was on patrol with his unit in Quang Nam Province, RVN, when he was struck by sniper fire in the chest. He was evacuated to the Naval Hospital in Da Nang where he succumbed to his wound five days later on May 4, 1966.
  • Neighborhood Friend

    Posted on 11/24/15 - by Michael G. Reagan
    Bill, You were the reason I joined the Corps. And after all this time I want to do something for you. If your brother Robert is around ask him to email me at We will never forget.
  • Lincoln H.S. Alum

    Posted on 8/26/15
    Hello Bill,
    We didn't know each other very well, but I do remember you from school. It seems like many from Seattle died in that province. You got an early start in Vietnam. I was still in boot. I did 13 months in Korea and 11 months in Vietnam.

    Anyway, October 3rd will be our 50 year reunion. I hope you are there in spirit so we can toast you and all of the rest of our fallen brothers.

    Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

    Llon Johnson Class of 65
  • Semper Fi, Marine.

    Posted on 5/4/14 - by A Marine, USMC, Vietnam
  • Boot Camp Buddies

    Posted on 2/9/14 - by Roger D Kimbleq
    William and I served together while in boot camp at Camp Pendleton, CA. We also had another friend who was from Seattle in boot camp with us. His name was John C. Thomas and he was killed in Vietnam also. He was in my unit, Kilo Co., 3rd Battalion, 4th Marines and was killed on Operation Hastings July 18, 1966 and it also buried in the Evergreen-Washelli Cemetery in Seattle. Rest in peace.
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The Wall of Faces

Brought to you by the organization that built The Wall, the Vietnam Veterans Virtual Memorial Wall is dedicated to honoring, remembering and sharing the legacies of all those who died in the Vietnam War. Here you can go beyond the names on The Wall to see the faces, share the stories and read the remembrances posted by friends, neighbors, classmates and family members.

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