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ERVIN G ASCHENBRENER JR


is honored on Panel 30E, Line 22 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Remembered

    Posted on 10/3/16 - by Lucy Conte Micik bennysgift@gmail.com
    DEAR CORPORAL ASCHENBRENER,
    THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE AS A MARINE MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATOR. FRANKIE WAS A MARINE WHO DIED IN QUANG TRI, TOO. SAY HI TO HIM, SEMPER FI AND REST IN PEACE.
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  • Sorry I missed you, Erv.

    Posted on 3/30/16 - by Jerry Birchmore
    Although I didn't know it, I was stationed in Hue about 50 miles and 5 years after Erv was in the Nam. In 1988 I married his baby sister Karen.

    Wish I'd met you, man. Semper Fi.
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  • ervin

    Posted on 12/18/15 - by kent
    a classmate in high school. a really good guy. low key and took care of business.
    12th marines arty association has some details. he was concerned for others and reading of the incident i could only reflect that of course he would go to the aid of others. a privilege to still know you.
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  • Semper Fi

    Posted on 11/19/14 - by A Marine Corporal, Quang Tri, Vietnam
    Semper Fi, Corporal.
  • Great Brother

    Posted on 5/28/14 - by Alice E Hendricks(Aschenbrener)
    Believe it or not, the last letter we got from Erv told us that he was making some good friends and how much he was looking forward to coming home. He was a good brother who always looked out for me in school. Both of us were in the same high school (I was the kid sister) and when a boy seemed interested Erv always let me know if he was okay or to stay away from him. I didn't like it then but later on I knew he was always looking out for me. Erv was the last surviving Aschenbrener. His grandpa was heart broken about this but loved him so very much. All of his sisters and Mom and Dad also. You are remembered.
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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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