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ROBERT RAY MOONEY

  • Wall Name:ROBERT R MOONEY
  • Date of Birth:12/4/1946
  • Date of Casualty:9/4/1967
  • Home of Record:ST LIBORY
  • County of Record:ST. CLAIR COUNTY
  • State:IL
  • Branch of Service:MARINE CORPS
  • Rank:LCPL
  • Panel/Line:25E, 106
  • Casualty Province:QUANG NAM

GENE AL MORTENSEN

  • Wall Name:GENE A MORTENSEN
  • Date of Birth:2/17/1949
  • Date of Casualty:9/4/1967
  • Home of Record:SALT LAKE CITY
  • County of Record:SALT LAKE COUNTY
  • State:UT
  • Branch of Service:MARINE CORPS
  • Rank:PFC
  • Panel/Line:25E, 106
  • Casualty Province:QUANG TIN

ROBERT FRANCIS MORGAN


is honored on Panel 25E, Line 106 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • REMEMBERING MY DELTA TAU DELTA BROTHER

    Posted on 10/4/16 - by John W. Altman Exitstrat@aol.com
    Thinking of Captain Robert F. Morgan, USMC

    Our Delta TauDelta brothers gather at Miami University next week-end for our Centennial. We will greatly miss Bob once again and dedicate our week-end to him, his gallantry, his service to our country.

    I again remember him announcing my serenade. He remains in our thoughts, hearts, and prayers.

    John W. "Jack" Altman
    Miami University
    Delta Tau Delta
    Class of 1960
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  • In Your Honor...

    Posted on 4/26/16 - by frankejeffers@yahoo.com
    Capt. Morgan:
    Another Memorial Day is approaching, and I especially think of you at this time of year. More often than that, to be sure. Once again my Scout troop will carry your hat on a folded American flag in the Memorial Day Parade. Again, I will try to put a name and a face on a serviceman who gave his life in the service of his country, in a war all of my scouts have only read about in books, or heard about from older relatives. Our service will honor you, and WWII veterans who once founded and led our scout troop. I know it's not much, but please know you are not forgotten. May God bless your family.
    Frank Jeffers
    Scoutmaster, Troop 23
    Wheaton, Illinois
    frankejeffers@yahoo.com
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  • Thank you.

    Posted on 4/5/15 - by Robert C. Morgan caliburnus@earthlink.net
    Capt. Robert F. Morgan was my father. I never knew him. I was born in June, he fell in September. What little I have of hm, I have fom those who knew him. I thank you for your thoughts and prayers.

    Life has been good and bad, but mostly good. His wife Diane my mother, is still alive in California, as is his daughter Jennifer and myself. We wonder often of what was, and of what might have been.
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  • My grandpop

    Posted on 12/1/13
    I remember how great you treated my grandmom Christina DeLarge Morgan and how amazing you were! I love you and miss you!
  • Thanks

    Posted on 9/5/13 - by Cpl RAD USMC
    Capt Morgan: You were my XO, but for a very short time, but I'll always remember your gift to this country, I'll remember your fairness, and leadership and I'll always remember Sept 4. I think often of your wife and children, and pray that God has shown them mercy and kindness for what they have lost. Two days after you went down, we lost another of "our band of brothers", Rodney Davis. You won the Silver Star and Sgt Davis won the medal of honor, but I got to come home. I live with the memory of what was lost, of what you and Davis gave, of what I have because of you and men like you. Simper Fi. We few, we happy few, we band of brothers, For he today that sheds his blood with me Shall be my brother. (Henry V, Act IV Scene III)
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The Wall of Faces

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