LOREN D LEBEAU
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HONORED ON PANEL 5W, LINE 71 OF THE WALL

LOREN DALLAS LEBEAU

WALL NAME

LOREN D LEBEAU

PANEL / LINE

5W/71

DATE OF BIRTH

02/27/1950

CASUALTY PROVINCE

BIEN HOA

DATE OF CASUALTY

02/01/1971

HOME OF RECORD

WAKPALA

COUNTY OF RECORD

Corson County

STATE

SD

BRANCH OF SERVICE

ARMY

RANK

SP4

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Contact Details

REMEMBRANCES

LEFT FOR LOREN DALLAS LEBEAU
POSTED ON 4.13.2007
POSTED BY: Joe Willey

Photo of Dallas

Photo copied from:
http://www.sdvietnamwarmemorial.com/lebeauloren.htm
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POSTED ON 12.6.2006
POSTED BY: Joe Willey

Operation Embrace/Looking for Relatives

Dallas was assigned to the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment (Blackhorse) at the time of his death. 11th Armored Cavalry Veterans of Vietnam and Cambodia are attempting to locate relatives of all of our Troopers who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam. Please contact us at: [email protected] or through our website: http://www.11thcavnam.com
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POSTED ON 5.18.2006
POSTED BY: Carmen J. (LeBeau) Cutt

My Brother and My Best Friend

I remember the day you left, like it was yesterday. It was sad at my grandmother's house. We knew you were going to war, but we thought you would be coming back to us. Not the way you did. I missed you and on the day you died, I received your last letter from Vietnam, telling me to stay in school and stay away from alcohol. I stayed in school, but didn't stay away from alcohol. I miss you and I love you and you will always be MY BEST FRIEND. Thank you for the few years we spent together, not enough time for me. TOO SHORT.
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POSTED ON 8.14.2000
POSTED BY: Manaja Unjinca Hill

Meet on the Other Side

Hau Kola,
Remembering the times we shared good and bad, I am glad I found this place where I can leave a message. Playing cowboys and indians on the hillside, sliding down that big hill by your grandmas place, and riding your motorcycle. I can't seem to remember when you left school, I remember when you came back though. I am a veteran also, I didn't really understand why I went into the military... revenge, anger, whatever it was. I do know that I've been given direction in life, after I sobered up, and my experiences and status as a veteran is a definite factor is my approach to many things. My friend, Tunkshila gave you a path to follow and although you are missed by many, your going to the other side has given me direction in this life. I know it has been awhile and I haven't given credit where credit is deserved. One of the things I do, is try to keep the memories of our brothers and sisters alive. So that we aren't forgotten and that what we did was not serve in vain. I carry those values I learned in the military into my daily life, work, and relationships. Through learning the old ways and the responsibilities of the akicita, I have a better understanding of why veterans must give until the giving hurts, and then give somemore.

When Tunkshila took you and the others to the other side, he left guidance and direction with the rest of us that stayed here. We, akicita, must remember to carry on with dignity and pride, to protect the elders, the children, the orphans who can't protect themselves, cry with and comfort those who have lost, and do it all like it doesn't hurt. Being a veteran is an everyday responsibility but, I give little... to what you gave. I miss you my friend, I thank you for the gifts that you have given me, and I'll see you later when we meet on the other side.

Mitakuye Oyasin
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