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is honored on Panel 4E, Line 26 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Served Together

    Posted on 10/18/16 - by Walter Ladik, Sergeant
    We trained together for 1 year at Camp Pendleton training for deployment to Vietnam. During that time I got to know and trust him as a friend. I preceded Joseph in the battlefield. I was wounded in action there also. I was in the hospital in the Philippines when I found out from other wounded Marines that he was killed in action. It sat in me deeply.
  • Foster Sister

    Posted on 9/10/16 - by Virginia Lodico Detroyer
    RIP, Joe!! I remember the little things that you did for me, like cleaning the mud off my first communion dress. I fell in the mud while I was walking to the church for my first communion. You were an altar boy at the time. That was maybe about 1956. Another time I forgot my plastic flute in 3rd grade. The teacher(I think it was Mr. Narwrock )made me stand in the corner,until you brought my flute to me. These are just little things that you helped me with, but I will remember your kindness forever, brother!!
  • Uncle Joe

    Posted on 11/10/15 - by Heather Thimm Hankins
    Although I never met you, I feel your presence daily. I have your flag and your pictures right in my living room. I will keep Uncle Harry and grandma safe with me. I know you are keeping my dad safe with you. I love you both! Xo Heather Thimm

    Posted on 5/25/14
    I still remember you and I doing sit ups off the stage at school. God Bless You.
  • Uncle Joe :)

    Posted on 3/21/14
    I'm your niece. Even though we've never met. I just wanted to Thank You for fighting for our country, and may you RIP Love You always
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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.