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JOHN ROBERT GRISARD


is honored on Panel 6W, Line 70 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Thank you John Robert Grisard

    Posted on 11/19/03 - by Donald Lytle afarmersboy@yahoo.com
    Although we never met personally, I want to thank you John Robert Grisard, for your courageous and valiant service, faithful contribution, and your most holy sacrifice given to this great country of ours!

    Your Spirit is alive--and strong, therefore Sir, you shall never be forgotten, nor has your death been in vain!

    Again, thank you CWO John R. Grisard, for a job well done!

    REST IN ETERNAL PEACE MY FRIEND


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  • Your Grandchildren

    Posted on 10/15/03 - by JOHN john@bissettnursery.com
    Rebecca, born 8/18/98, and Jonathan, born 9/26/02
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  • Grandson, Jonathan

    Posted on 9/13/03
    Sept, 26, 2002
  • Boyhood Friend Forever

    Posted on 5/17/01 - by Douglas Hanewinckel
    Johnny, I remember meeting in Tiawan, and how easily we became friends. It was 1957, I was eleven and you were ten. You taught me great songs, made us laugh, and were the most graceful baseball player I ever knew. Strong of spirit, even as boys, we knew that in good times or bad, you were the one to have by our side. Back in the States, we stayed in the same Boy Scout Troop until your father was reassigned. Our last meeting was your visit to Virginia, shortly before you went to Vietnam.

    You are remembered often; both in the joy of having known you, and in the knowledge that you were gone too soon. You are in my heart. Peace my friend.
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  • We miss you John

    Posted on 10/12/00 - by Mal Doremus Red 18 C Trp 7/17
    You are well remembered by the guys from C 7/17.

    Your picture with the Scout Platoon 1970 is
    on the C Trp web site.

    We miss you and will always remember you and Stan.



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