FREDERICK C MILLER III
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HONORED ON PANEL 29W, LINE 103 OF THE WALL

FREDERICK C MILLER III

WALL NAME

FREDERICK C MILLER III

PANEL / LINE

29W/103

DATE OF BIRTH

10/16/1947

CASUALTY PROVINCE

QUANG NAM

DATE OF CASUALTY

03/21/1969

HOME OF RECORD

PHILADELPHIA

COUNTY OF RECORD

Philadelphia County

STATE

PA

BRANCH OF SERVICE

MARINE CORPS

RANK

LCPL

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LEFT FOR FREDERICK C MILLER III
POSTED ON 10.16.2002
POSTED BY: Jackie McEntee

My cousin , Freddy

I can't believe how much time has passed, and today, which would have been your 55th birthday, I must say that Frank and I still miss you very much and know that you are watching over us and our family from heaven above...Jackie
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POSTED ON 10.1.2002
POSTED BY: Robert Greer

Honor student planned to become a commercial artist

Frederick C. Miller 3rd
Lemonte Street, Roxborough

Ranked at the top of the Class of 1967 at Dobbins Vocational High School, “Fred” Miller planned to become a commercial artist. His interests were varied: astronomy, gymnastics, baseball and football. He had attended Roxborough High School before enrolling at Dobbins, and worked part-time at a neighborhood drugstore. He was given the job after he was given a dime too much in change, and walked several blocks back to the store to return the money, his mother recalled. Miller enlisted in the Marine Corps in October 1967 and was sent to Vietnam. The rifleman was assigned to Headquarters and Service Company of the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines, 1st Marine Division. Miller learned to speak Vietnamese, and made holiday cards of his own design for his family for Christmas 1968 although he was in combat. The 21-year-old lance corporal died in the base hospital at Da Nang on March 21, 1969, as a result of wounds suffered in Quang Nam Province. He was survived by his mother, stepfather and a brother.
... from The Philadelphia Daily News
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POSTED ON 10.1.2002
POSTED BY: Robert Greer

Honor student planned to become a commercial artist

Frederick C. Miller 3rd
Lemonte Street, Roxborough

Ranked at the top of the Class of 1967 at Dobbins Vocational High School, “Fred” Miller planned to become a commercial artist. His interests were varied: astronomy, gymnastics, baseball and football. He had attended Roxborough High School before enrolling at Dobbins, and worked part-time at a neighborhood drugstore. He was given the job after he was given a dime too much in change, and walked several blocks back to the store to return the money, his mother recalled. Miller enlisted in the Marine Corps in October 1967 and was sent to Vietnam. The rifleman was assigned to Headquarters and Service Company of the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines, 1st Marine Division. Miller learned to speak Vietnamese, and made holiday cards of his own design for his family for Christmas 1968 although he was in combat. The 21-year-old lance corporal died in the base hospital at Da Nang on March 21, 1969, as a result of wounds suffered in Quang Nam Province. He was survived by his mother, stepfather and a brother.
... from The Philadelphia Daily News
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POSTED ON 3.9.2002
POSTED BY: Aunt Marie Volpe

My handsome nephew Freddy

You have always been in my heart!
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POSTED ON 12.8.2001
POSTED BY: Terri (Volpe) Duca

My Cousin Freddy

Miss you Freddy - You were a great artist!

Love,

Terri Ann
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