HUBERT B LOHEED
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HONORED ON PANEL 4E, LINE 130 OF THE WALL

HUBERT BRADFORD LOHEED

WALL NAME

HUBERT B LOHEED

PANEL / LINE

4E/130

DATE OF BIRTH

10/15/1924

CASUALTY PROVINCE

NZ

DATE OF CASUALTY

02/01/1966

HOME OF RECORD

MIDDLEBORO

COUNTY OF RECORD

Plymouth County

STATE

MA

BRANCH OF SERVICE

NAVY

RANK

CAPT

REMEMBRANCES

LEFT FOR HUBERT BRADFORD LOHEED
POSTED ON 6.5.2019
POSTED BY: Kendall Burke

Your great granddaughter

My mom told me stories growing up about you and grandma and i always wanted to meet you. I had never known much about you but then one day a package arrived at my front door, it was all of your metals and letters of recognition. Seeing all of these things made me cry as you were someone whom was very important to so many people in my life. As i said earlier i didn’t know much about you expect the stories I heard from my mother but I was writing an essay for Veterans Day in school and I wrote about you. To this day even though i never met you I cry thinking about you and what you did. You gave your life to save your families and mine. I can never thank you enough for everything you’ve done. I wish more than anything I could have met you. I love you grandpa and Im happy you and grandma can rest in peace together.
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POSTED ON 11.10.2018
POSTED BY: Craig.

I didn’t know you

On the eve of Remembrance Day, I think of the all the veterans that fought for freedom. My father, in WW 2, As did my mother, Miriam Loheed. Mom was Hubert’s cousin. Mom and Dad journeyed to attend Hubert’s ceremony and told us the story of Hubert’s sacrifice and coming home.

Lest we forget.
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POSTED ON 6.18.2016
POSTED BY: William J. Doody

A wonderful squadron mate

I fortunate to serve in Attack Squadron Twelve ( VA- 12 ) with Hugh.

I have many warm memories of him. He was a very good friend and a great pilot.
In Jacksonville I called him early in the morning so that we could leave our daughter Brooke with him and Vilma on our way to the hospital for the birth of our son Peter. We left Brooke( 2) with them and as we hurried of in out MG he gently threw Brooke in the air with a loud " Go for it"
I still miss him.
Bill Doody - Potomac MD
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POSTED ON 6.18.2014
POSTED BY: Jim Sula

Remembering When

I still remember the day when we found out about your being shot down. I was a student at Akers School @ Lemoore NAS. Your son, Brad was what I considered a good friend of mine growing up. Whenever I see the Vietnam memorial wall I try to find you and think of those innocent days of our you young lives. May you continue to rest in peace. I wore your MIA bracelet for many years.
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POSTED ON 3.10.2014
POSTED BY: PR1 A.T. Collins retired

My Commanding Officer VA 146

Cmdr. You are a hero! We all went out in San Francisco the night before we left for the South China Sea and Vietnam. Berry was there with his girlfriend and I was setting next to your wife. The last round was bought by you and it was a pitcher of beer for each, 8 pitches! About a week later you came through the enlisted quarters like you did a lot of times after a hop to speak to the men. You stopped by my bunk to ask me how I was doing, I had kinda made a fool of myself that night in San Francisco! You smiled and said how are you doing Collins, I said fine sir and then you walked away!
PR1 Arthur T. Collins retired
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