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THOMAS EDWARD VAN HOUTEN

  • Wall Name:THOMAS E VAN HOUTEN
  • Date of Birth:2/15/1947
  • Date of Casualty:1/24/1967
  • Home of Record:NUTLEY
  • County of Record:ESSEX COUNTY
  • State:NJ
  • Branch of Service:ARMY
  • Rank:PFC
  • Panel/Line:14E, 75
  • Casualty Province:PR & MR UNKNOWN

BRIAN DALY CONLAN JR

  • Wall Name:BRIAN D CONLAN JR
  • Date of Birth:2/6/1943
  • Date of Casualty:1/25/1967
  • Home of Record:SOUTH ORANGE
  • County of Record:ESSEX COUNTY
  • State:NJ
  • Branch of Service:MARINE CORPS
  • Rank:2LT
  • Panel/Line:14E, 76
  • Casualty Province:QUANG NAM

CLARK L WALKER


is honored on Panel 14E, Line 75 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Remembering our days

    Posted on 1/20/17 - by Candy Minor
    Here is that time once again that my heart hurts so bad for the fact that I can't talk to you or laugh with you. I can't punch you in the shoulder and hear you say what was that as you laugh.
    Tomorrow is your Birthday brother and 3 days after that is the day that the war took you from us. I know that you would never leave your fellow brothers in harms way without doing all that you could do to get them safe and that is exactly what you did. I am so proud of you brother, but I always was proud of you from the very beginning. I thought Mom & Dad had you just for me so I could have a playmate and not be alone. I still think they did.
    Love you forever brother & miss you each day. I shall be with you one of these days and we can continue talking & laughing together.
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  • Tomorrow is your Birthday

    Posted on 1/20/16 - by Candy Minor timandcandy49089@peoplepc.com
    Oh my gosh Clark another year has gone by without you here with me on earth. I know you are in heaven with me all the time. But, I miss you Brother more than I can tell anyone. Sometimes I feel like my heart is going to brust into and I can't cry enough tears to make me feel better.
    I remember when you use to ask me all the time the day before your birthday was "what are you getting me, Sis". I wish I could hear that again from you. I will tell you one thing I shall do tomorrow is sit with a spoon full of peanut butter & think & talk to you. You could reach down & take a lick if you want.
    I know that you are in the arms of God, safe & sound right now. I love you Brother & I will be with some day Happy Birthday
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  • To My Friend & Brother

    Posted on 10/27/15 - by Candy Minor
    Hey Clark, sitting here in my office & thinking about you. It's October and I have gotten another year older & probably a few more wrinkles. there you are that strong good looking guy you always were. Remember how we use to play in the fall leaves that filled the yard & we had to rake the yard even when we were teens. The other day I was walking in the leaves making noise in them & picked up some leaves & blew them to you. You better had caught them. Miss you & our talks so very much. Be with you soon.
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  • Remembering my fallen Brother

    Posted on 5/24/15 - by Dave Hanna
    Hey old buddy--It's Memorial Day and I just couldn't let this day go by without saying--YOU WERE THE BEST! I will never forget your Bravery and Heroism.
    God Bless You My Brother. Dave Hanna
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  • January 24, 1967

    Posted on 1/24/15 - by Dave Hanna
    Hey Little Bro--Well that day has arrived again. It will always be with me--Let me not mourn for the men who have died fighting, but rather let me be glad that such heroes have lived. Miss Ya---Dave Hanna
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