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ROGER DALE HARTNESS


is honored on Panel 8W, Line 7 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • To my brother we called Bodie.

    Posted on 6/6/18 - by Ruben Hartness (JoeBob) rubenhartness1@gmail.com
    I was 7 years older didn't really know you, but I loved you very much. Thankful I last saw you when you was waiting to ship out to Viet Nam in April Of 1970. I'm VERY PROUD of you & hope to see you again in Heaven.
    JoeBob.
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  • Memorial Day in Hulbert

    Posted on 5/2/18 - by Michael Traupman
    Each Memorial Day, my club honors your sacrifice at a small park in Hulbert, OK.
    You are not forgotten!
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  • Buddy in Nam

    Posted on 11/10/17 - by Burton A Fowler Jr
    Roger and I went through Boot Camp AIT APC &Lpc. we went to nam together &went to 1/8 cav . I was with him the day he was shot twice!Hell of a friend will remember him forever!
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  • Thank You CPL Roger Dale "Bodie" Hartness

    Posted on 2/3/15 - by Retired State Senator Herb Rozell
    It is with honor that I get to somehow, in such a small way, eulogize Roger Dale "Bogie" Hartness. I was Rogers' baseball coach at Tahlequah High School, in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Roger played shortstop for me and being so adept in this position, he was chosen to be the team leader during his senior year. Then, the Vietnam Conflict occurred. With Rogers' typical dedication and faithful spirit of loyalty, he bravely picked up and bore arms to defend our nation. Some soldiers returned home to their families and loved ones who I hope and pray were told "thank you" for their courage and how our country appreciated them. Roger returned home, but never heard those words" thank you." He gave the ultimate sacrifice for our nation's freedom and way of life, his own life. His treasured memory will always live on, but I would like to personally say "Thank you Roger Dale "Bodie" Hartness. Thank you, young man, from all that is in me. I know our freedom didn't and doesn't come easily. It is not and never will be anything inherited. It was through your courage and bravery, along with other men and women like you, that fought and are still fighting to ensure that we, as Americans' could and can still retain our freedom and safety. Army Corporal Roger Dale "Bodie" Hartness, American Soldier, American Hero.
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  • My Brother

    Posted on 2/2/15 - by Joe Bob Hartness
    I am 7 years older than Bodie but he was a beloved brother. I have noticed someone has posted he was burried in Greenleaf Cemetary, but I need to correct that. He is burried in Blue Springs Cemetary--Ckerokee County--near the old community of Gideon, Oklahoma, between Tahlequah and Peggs. He grew up there & graduated from Tahlequah High School. He is sadly missed by all of his immediate family, all of which are still alive except for our parents, and his many wonderful friends. He is in the Arms of God now and may he rest in peace.
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The Wall of Faces

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