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is honored on Panel 24W, Line 47 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Elsie

    Posted on 6/1/99 - by Elsie Troceen
    I went to N. B. Forrest High School with Fred. He was always such a friendly guy. We had a lot of fun times at youth group at the Church of Epithany. I left Jacksonville after graduation, 30 years ago, and heard about his passing from my mom. I've always thought of him whenever hearing abount the Vietnam War. He has been missed by so many people. God bless you Fred.
  • Memories

    Posted on 11/29/98 - by Don
    Fred was a nice young man, as I remmember him. He was tall, about 6 ft, with dark brown hair. As a boy, Fred lived around the corner from me on the west side of Jacksonville, Fl. As young boys growing up in the same neighborhood we had a fight or two, which never amounted to much, and we remained friends. Fred entered the army a few months before I did,and was sent to nam. I followed in Dec 69. When I checked about you, I found out you had been killed. I'm sorry Fred, I miss you.
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