GILBERT T BEAUPRE
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HONORED ON PANEL 28E, LINE 64 OF THE WALL

GILBERT THOMAS BEAUPRE

WALL NAME

GILBERT T BEAUPRE

PANEL / LINE

28E/64

DATE OF BIRTH

04/03/1943

CASUALTY PROVINCE

BINH DUONG

DATE OF CASUALTY

10/25/1967

HOME OF RECORD

MANCHESTER

COUNTY OF RECORD

Hillsborough County

STATE

NH

BRANCH OF SERVICE

ARMY

RANK

SP4

REMEMBRANCES

LEFT FOR GILBERT THOMAS BEAUPRE
POSTED ON 10.25.2009
POSTED BY: 60's Girl

Your Angel Day

Mere words cannot express my thanks to you for your service to our country and the ultimate sacrifice that you made so that others might have their freedom.

Although there are others who feel the loss of your life was in vain and that the Vietnam War was a senseless war I am one American who feels that what you did for your country was not in vain but has been and will always be an influence for good for generations to come.

Thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart for standing up for what was right and for paying the ultimate price.

In your honor today on your Angel Day I leave this short poem for you:

“There is not greater love than this.
There is not a greater gift that can ever be given.
To be willing to die, so another might live.
There is not greater love than this.”
~ Steven Curtis Chapman
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POSTED ON 8.21.2005
POSTED BY: Thomas Philibotte

My Uncle

Never got to meet Gil...was born 7 months after his passing. My mother is Gil's sister (Jeannine [Beaupre] Philibotte). I am fortunate and honored to have been named after Gil "Thomas" Beaupre. I will always remember his sacrifice for me/my family and this country. God bless Uncle Gil.
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POSTED ON 10.28.2003
POSTED BY: Edward

We went through training at the same time and to the 2/22nd

Gil and I and a few others went through Basic and Advanced Training together and then to Vietnam and were assigned to "A" Company 2/22nd 3 Bde. 4th Inf. I was assigned to the second squad and Gil to the first and in August of 67 I was transfered out to another unit. It was later that I ran into one of our Track Drivers and found out that several of my old friends had passed and Gil was one of those! I will never forget him nor will I forget any of the others for they were Great Guy's! I would like to touch base with any member of Gil's Family if possible. I can be contacted at ([email protected] or 856-854-7103) any time.

God Bless Gil and His Family!
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POSTED ON 10.28.2003
POSTED BY: Edward

We went through training at the same time and to the 2/22nd

Gil and I and a few others went through Basic and Advanced Training together and then to Vietnam and were assigned to "A" Company 2/22nd 3 Bde. 4th Inf. I was assigned to the second squad and Gil to the first and in August of 67 I was transfered out to another unit. It was later that I ran into one of our Track Drivers and found out that several of my old friends had passed and Gil was one of those! I will never forget him nor will I forget any of the others for they were Great Guy's! I would like to touch base with any member of Gil's Family if possible. I can be contacted at ([email protected] or 856-854-7103) any time.

God Bless Gil and His Family!
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POSTED ON 5.14.2003
POSTED BY: Maggie Schrenk

Always Remembered

A common question asked is what do you want to be remembered for after you die. I can't think of anything more honorable than being remembered for defending your country and its freedom. You will always be remembered for this noble sacrifice. Thank You
God Bless
Maggie Schrenk
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