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is honored on Panel 41E, Line 15 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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  • Memorial Day, May 30, 2016

    Posted on 5/31/16
    Jim: Thank you for the ultimate sacrifice you gave for all of us. We love you and miss you so much. Love always, Dave & Shirley. RIP, brother. Youhave certainly earned it.
  • Veteran's Day Thank You

    Posted on 11/11/15
    Jim: You gave the ultimate sacrifice for your country and so your family and every American could be free. A special Thank You for your years of service. Our Mother passed away 45 years ago today and she was the most patriotic woman I know. RIP as you have earned it. RIP to Mom, and Dad also. Love you all. Shirley & Dave.
  • Memorial Day "Special Thank You"

    Posted on 5/25/15 - by Shirley (Zyph) Newma & Dave Newman
    Beloved Brother- you gave your life so that we could all be free. We are eternity grateful to you and every serviceman and servicewoman who served to keep us free. We miss you little brother and miss you very much.
    Love- Shirley & Dave Newman
  • Years without you

    Posted on 2/24/15 - by Shirley & Dave Newman
    It has been 47 years since you left us and we all miss you a lot. RIP- Brother- and remember we all love you.
  • James L. Zyph

    Posted on 11/18/14 - by
    Jim you were a hero & you served our country with pride. Your death took a huge toll on our Mother's life. She was very proud of you. However there are few changes that need to be made. Jim's Home of Record was Granger not Yakima. Also Jim was drafted. He did not enlist. Jim my son Phil respects your medals at the highest. He has them hanging on his wall. Even though Phil didn't have honor of knowing you, he has the highest respect & honor for you. Jim I Love You & Miss you. I know you are up in heaven with Dad , Mom. & your siblings. I know Mom is as proud of you in heaven as she was of you down here on earth. RIP Jim. You will always be in my heart
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The Wall of Faces

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