DENNIS A LA NORE
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HONORED ON PANEL 9E, LINE 58 OF THE WALL

DENNIS ARNOLD LA NORE

WALL NAME

DENNIS A LA NORE

PANEL / LINE

9E/58

DATE OF BIRTH

09/17/1945

CASUALTY PROVINCE

QUANG TRI

DATE OF CASUALTY

07/22/1966

HOME OF RECORD

MUSKEGON HEIGHTS

COUNTY OF RECORD

Muskegon County

STATE

MI

BRANCH OF SERVICE

MARINE CORPS

RANK

LCPL

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REMEMBRANCES

LEFT FOR DENNIS ARNOLD LA NORE
POSTED ON 7.10.2012
POSTED BY: Wayne P. LaNore

Rememberance

Denny is my older brother. He was very athletic in High School, He was Michigan State Champion in Wrestling 1964. I looked up to him. He was my idol. He was strong and lifted weights. We built our own bunk beds and made a bedroom in the basement of our house. There was 8 children in our family. He liked to play pool and to water ski. We learned how to ski when we were 9 and 10. We also had a disk, a 4ft round disk that we pulled behind a boat, he and I would both go on it and sit on little chairs, I loved my brother, we did a log together. I miss him.

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POSTED ON 3.31.2010

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POSTED ON 12.16.2009
POSTED BY: Robert Sage

We Remember

Dennis is buried at St Mary's Cemetery in Muskegon, MI. PH
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POSTED ON 10.14.2001
POSTED BY: Brad and Debbe Reynolds

Semper fi, Brother

LCpl. Denny La Nore served with the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines, Mike Co. He was Killed In Action during Operation HASTINGS. His name stands proudly on the Mike 3/5 Wall of Honor, his fellow Marines will never forget. Semper fi, Brother Marine.

Mike 3/5 website
http://www.securenet.net/3rdbn5th/mike35/
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POSTED ON 6.28.2000
POSTED BY: Helen LaNore

I love you my son.

To: LCPL Dennis A. LaNore in your loving memory.

Honey, you were my first-born and a role model for
your seven brothers and sisters. Even though the
younger ones don't remember you that well, they do
know you because we talk about you often, because we
know you are still with us, in our minds, and in our
spirits.

The traveling wall is in Muskegon today (06/24/00) and
it is astonishing and sad there are so many other
names with yours. It is down at Mona Lake Park where
you used to go swimming and skiing.

You had such high values and you kept them until you
went to live with the Lord. No matter how much you
were teased, you still maintained those high values.

I am so proud of you as I am all of my children.

You were the best at everything you did. You won
several medals for wrestling, a gold, a silver, and a
bronze. You even taught me a few holds that I had to
use on the other seven at times.

You were the first one lost from Muskegon Catholic
Central and they designated a memorial for you in the
grand hall. Your picture has been hanging there
since. This was also to attribute the great sacrifice
you gave for your country. It was also to remind all
future students that freedom has a very high price.
In the years after your passing, there were five other
soldiers from Catholic Central added to that memorial.


I feel you watching me at times and I think you're my
Guardian Angel. You are probably the Guardian Angel
for our entire family, and you must be very busy, as
there are a lot of us to watch over. I know you are
with Jesus and He has you in the palm of His hand.
There is no better place to be Honey.

We used to laugh a lot and do silly things. We would
have water fights and flood the house. What a mess it
would be but the fun was unforgettable.

There is nothing better than a large family. Everyone
is so close and we are still fun loving. I know you
are there in spirit joining in on the fun. Our
closeness is filled with love and laughter. I am so
proud of every one of my children. The Lord has
gotten our family through many tragedies and has been
with us through everything and we have prevailed with
his strength.

I will always miss that beautiful smile, I will never
ever forget you, and the closeness we had will always
be there.

So I will close for now, loving you as always, and
waiting to join Jesus and you in a world so beautiful
that we cannot even imagine. I can imagine that
beautiful smile greeting me.

Yours forever, lots of love,

Mom.

PS I am looking for Denny Rudnicki, a soldier in your
troop that sent me a wonderful letter when you passed.
I would like to thank him for his kind words and
support.

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