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RONALD EDWARD STORZ


is honored on Panel 1E, Line 110 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Portsmouth remembers....

    Posted on 9/5/18 - by Carol Smith Merrill
    Monica was my best buddy in kindergarten and my older siblings babysat Mark and Monica. My first big sadness was that Monica's Daddy was not coming home. I was 6. The family moved, I think Virginia but childhood memories can be misremembered. I often remember this brave hero and pray that the family are well. May you rest in peace.
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  • My Father’s Student and Parents friend

    Posted on 6/22/18
    My father, Arden Wigness, taught Ron Storz to fly in the USAF. They later served together at Webb and became good friends. My parents always spoke highly of Ron Storz and and his passing was a devastating loss.
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  • My fathers Friend & Comrade

    Posted on 1/18/18 - by Alan Selva aselva@ssaewp.com.au
    Ron was my fathers friend & comrade in the months before he was captured. In fact he was scheduled to fly on that final flight with Ron. Circumstances intervened.
    Every family slide night in the 60s & 70s there was always a few pictures of Ron & always one of him on a pushbike!
    Dad always spoke most highly of Rons friendship & proffessionalism. RESPECT from Australia!
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  • Thank you and rest peacefully

    Posted on 2/24/17 - by Dave W
    I can't imagine the anguish that your family goes through thinking about what you endured, I only hope that they feel comfort that you are resting peacefully now with our lord and savior. God Bless and thank you.
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  • Your Legacy Lives On

    Posted on 1/7/17 - by Cindy Brown
    What a brave and honorable American. Mr. Storz, your character and integrity are deserving to be called great. The legacy that you left behind should make all Americans stop and consider whether we are living our own lives to that standard. Thank you is not enough. I look forward to meeting you in Heaven one day.
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The Wall of Faces

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