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STEPHEN LESLIE BOYD


is honored on Panel 8W, Line 78 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY, STEPHEN

    Posted on 7/21/04 - by ralph ruoff omagranka@aol.com
    happy, belated 53rd birthday Stephen, if you were still with us on this, at times, cruel Earth. i remember you and the life you gave for this country and there are no words to say thank you. i think it and i have been to the wall twice to say it but there are no words for your tragic death. instead, i will say happy birthday, a day before mine, and i wish you were still here with us.
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  • We Remember

    Posted on 7/15/04 - by Robert Sage rsage@austin.rr.com
    Stephen is buried at Riverside Cem, Rochester,NY. He was in Co H, 2Bn, 5 MAR, 1 Mar DIV.
  • Stephen Boyd's High School Photo

    Posted on 11/30/01 - by Thomas J. Puff
    Dear Stephen,
    Hi buddy. I thought I'd post your High School picture on this website. I guess it's better than no photo
    at all. Your Mom is so very proud of you, as we all are!!! She said that she doesn't have any pictures
    of you. She took your death kinda hard...She really misses your sence of humor and your clowning
    around. I gave her a couple of copies out of my yearbook for your senior year. I think she relly appre-
    ciated having them. I'll get a few more to her from the other yearbooks real soon, I promise. As you
    probably already know, the world is getting a little crazier with each passing day. I guess you had a
    ringside seat for this 9-11-01 thing. It's really made us a little stronger though, more patriotic I mean.
    People fly the flag a lot more than they used to, Thank God! I guess it's cool to love your country
    again. Lord knows it wasn't back in the 70's when all of our boys came back from "the Nam". I'd like to
    thank Kinko's and the folks at this website for helping me copy your photo. Their dedication to all the
    brave young men who gave their utmost for our country is to be admired and emmulated.
    GOD BLESS YOU ALL!! And GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!!. Love Tom P.
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  • From My Soul and My Heart

    Posted on 4/29/00 - by Stephanie Kolb STEPH65403@aol.com
    Stephen Boyd,

    I know you through my father. Before I was born you were good friends with my father. His name is Timothy Kolb. He remembers you so well. Every once in a while he tells stories about how brave and how good a friend you were. I am so sorry about your death. When I heard about your death and how it happened it brought tears to my eyes. I realize you don't know me because I was born 16 years after your death. I am leaving a letter and some flowers at your name on May 3rd, 2000 for a school trip. Every year my father, mother and I go to your name on the wall and leave somthing but this time this is left by my heart. I will always have a place in my heart for you and so will my father.

    Love with all my heart,
    Stephanie Kolb
    8th grade
    Roth Middle School

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  • From My Soul and My Heart.

    Posted on 4/29/00 - by Stephanie Kolb STEPH65403@aol.com
    Stephen Boyd,

    I know you through my father. Before I was born you were good friends with my father. His name is Timothy Kolb. He remembers you so well. Every once in a while he tells stories about how brave and how good of a friend you were. I am so sorry about your death. When I heard about your death and how it happen it brought tears to my eyes. I realize you don't know me because I was born 16 years after your death. I am leaving a letter and some flowers at your name on May 3rd, 2000 for a school trip. Every year my father, mother and I go to your name on the wall and leave somthing but this time this is left by my heart. I will always have a place in my heart for you and so will my father.
    Love with all my heart,
    Stephanie Kolb
    8th grade
    Roth middle school
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The Wall of Faces

Brought to you by the organization that built The Wall, the Vietnam Veterans Virtual Memorial Wall is dedicated to honoring, remembering and sharing the legacies of all those who died in the Vietnam War. Here you can go beyond the names on The Wall to see the faces, share the stories and read the remembrances posted by friends, neighbors, classmates and family members.