ROBERT E PIETSCH
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HONORED ON PANEL 53E, LINE 21 OF THE WALL

ROBERT EDWARD PIETSCH

WALL NAME

ROBERT E PIETSCH

PANEL / LINE

53E/21

DATE OF BIRTH

12/24/1936

CASUALTY PROVINCE

LZ

DATE OF CASUALTY

04/30/1968

HOME OF RECORD

CLEVELAND

COUNTY OF RECORD

Cuyahoga County

STATE

OH

BRANCH OF SERVICE

AIR FORCE

RANK

LTC

REMEMBRANCES

LEFT FOR ROBERT EDWARD PIETSCH
POSTED ON 12.21.2015
POSTED BY: Jodi Montgomery

To the family

To the family
Finding this website brought me to tears ~ Lt Col Pietch has held a place in my heart and prayers since I began wearing his MIA bracelet decades ago. My father was a navy combat pilot during the Vietnam War and i can appreciate the sacrifice Robert and his family made simply choosing to serve in the first place. There are no words to sufficiently express the debt of gratitude we all owe Robert and his family for the ultimate sacrifice he was called to make for the peace of our nation. Humbly...
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POSTED ON 11.7.2015

Maj Robert pietsch

I also wore Maj Pietsch's bracelet for several years. I came across it today so I looked up his name. Glad to read there was finally closure for his family.
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POSTED ON 5.22.2015
POSTED BY: Linda Lee Whelan-Floyd

Braclet 1968

I have a bracelet on Major Robert Pietsch dated 5-1-68. I have kept it all these years. I tried finding out about him for years. I wore the bracelet for years in hopes of hearing about his status. I looked him up today because I am passing on the bracelet to my granddaughter Larkin Whelan Reilly for her 16th birthday. As I am 67, I want to give things away to people that have a great feeling for the past and have an appreciation for their country. It was good to read about him. What a fine man.
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POSTED ON 2.10.2015
POSTED BY: Melanie Moore

Robert's bracelet

My name is Melanie originally from Edison, NJ. In 1970 (I believe) I was a teenager with 2 brothers of draft age. I bought and proudly wore for years Robert's POW/MIA bracelet. I tried for many years to find your family to give you the bracelet. In the 90's I contacted the Veteran's Administration in hopes they would return it to your family. Over the years I have visited the memorial and never forgot his name or sacrifice. I always looked for a way to find out more about Robert. Today I found this site and see that he was returned home. I hope your family is at peace.
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POSTED ON 10.9.2014

Thank You Family of Major Robert Pietsch

I had a POW-MIA bracelet when i was in school. I recently found it during a clean up at my parents home. I've thought about him often thru the years. My dad is a purple heart recipient from the Korean War, so we are a patriotic family. Thank You so much for the service of Major Robert Pietsch.
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