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DONALD WARREN TINNEY JR


is honored on Panel 11W, Line 4 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • An American Soldier....with a proud Irish name!

    Posted on 4/12/10 - by Mary Kuberek Beerman mary.beerman@gmail.com


    You can bet that I stand ready when the wolf growls at the door,

    Hey, I'm solid, I'm steady, I'm true down to the core,

    And I will always do my duty, no matter what the price,

    I've counted up the cost, I know the sacrifice,

    And I don't want to die for you,

    But if dying's asked of me,

    I'll bear that cross with honor,

    'Cause freedom don't come free.

    I'm an American Soldier, an American,

    Beside my Brothers and my Sisters I will proudly take a stand.

    When liberty's in jeopardy I'll always do what's right.

    I'm out here on the front lines, sleep in peace tonight.

    I'm an American Soldier.





    Job well done, Soldier.

    Rest in Peace, dear Hero.







    (borrowed from a Toby Keith song)


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  • My Friend

    Posted on 8/19/06 - by Bill Seebeck wseebeck@sbcglobal.net
    We went to high school together. Some people thought that we were too different to be friends, but friends we were. He was a great guy and friend. We talked a great deal in our senior year and laughed alot. We were supposed to go to college together, but when I got there, I said where's Donnie, they said he joined up. I was so worried for him. I miss his goofy smile and great heart. You are always in my heart, my dear brother Don.
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  • We Remember

    Posted on 4/3/05 - by Robert Sage rsage@austin.rr.com
    Donald is buried at Long Island Nat Cem.
  • Finally...

    Posted on 7/6/03 - by Lauren Krzewinski (Nee Tinney)
    For years I have been searching for some type of link to my brother, "Donnie." I would like to express deepest gratitude to those who created and maintain this website. Please know that there are those among us working hard to ensure that all veterans are not forgotten. Thank you.
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  • OUR FRIEND

    Posted on 5/18/02 - by VVA CHAPTER 421
    VVA CHAPTER 421,ONE OF OUR OWN,MISS YOU BROTHER
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The Wall of Faces

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