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CARL DANIEL WAKEFIELD


is honored on Panel 49W, Line 2 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Memorial Day - 2017

    Posted on 9/29/17 - by SR - FNHS - 1966
    I place on flag on Carl's grave this past Memorial Day.
  • My neighbor Carl Wakefield

    Posted on 7/1/17 - by elleng1957@gmail.com
    I was just eleven years of age when Carl died. All my children have been brought up knowing of Carl.He was handsome and liked to tease me and his sister Ginger. I Remember coming home from dinner with my family when the station wagon with the Marine chaplain was turning out from my driveway many summer nights ago. TO THIS DAY AT AGE 60 I still have Carl and his mother Barbara on my mind.Carl has never left my soul nor his brother David, and Chuckie and Stephen. Thanks to Mr. EDDY for taking care of his family.
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  • Memorial Day 2016

    Posted on 5/7/16
    I'll be by to on Memorial Day 2016 to leave a flag at your grave site.
    FNHS 1966
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  • Memorial Day 2014

    Posted on 5/26/14 - by Sam
    I placed on Flag on Carl's Grave today.

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  • I CORPS TOGETHER

    Posted on 3/29/14
    WE WENT TO HS TOGETHER,AND BOTH MADE IT TO NAM WE TRYED TO CONNECT BUT OUR UNITS WERE IN THE BUSH TOO MUCH...ONE DAY I HAD A LETTER FROM A GUY IN CARLS UNIT..TELLING ME HE WAS KIA..WE WAS 3 MILES APART THEN......BUT I ALWAYS THINK OF HIM AND THE TIMES WE HAD AT NORTH HIGH........YOUR NOT FORGOTEN..............
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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.

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