TERRENCE J CATHER
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HONORED ON PANEL 10E, LINE 61 OF THE WALL

TERRENCE JAY CATHER

WALL NAME

TERRENCE J CATHER

PANEL / LINE

10E/61

DATE OF BIRTH

08/02/1946

CASUALTY PROVINCE

PR & MR UNKNOWN

DATE OF CASUALTY

09/02/1966

HOME OF RECORD

PORT CHESTER

COUNTY OF RECORD

Westchester County

STATE

NY

BRANCH OF SERVICE

ARMY

RANK

PFC

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LEFT FOR TERRENCE JAY CATHER
POSTED ON 2.9.2022
POSTED BY: John Fabris

honoring you...

Thank you for your service to our country so long ago sir. The remembrances from those who knew you are moving. As long as you are remembered you will remain in our hearts forever...
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POSTED ON 5.27.2021
POSTED BY: Natasha Pavlovna Sonenshine

Glory and honor

Although i am not related to this hero... To honor and remember sacrifices for the peace and prosperity of humanity. To thank is part of it but to also remember is to continue a legacy. Thank you for your service. Your memory lives on in the people of America.
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POSTED ON 5.27.2021
POSTED BY: nini

Thank you

Thank you for your service
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POSTED ON 12.24.2020
POSTED BY: Roger Moser

Sad Memories Long Ago

I got to know Terry by chance going to Vietnam on the Alexander M Patch boat. From Boston to V. N. I was a Medic also. We were with the 196th L.I.Brigade. I was with the 8th MED Co. I was on duty when he arrived on a helicopter, I help unload his body and notice his name on the tag. I was totally in shock. Terry was the first person killed in action with the 196th brigade. This happened in TayNing Provence. Only in our second week there. So young, God gained a great soldier. He'll be in my thoughts the rest of my life!
Any one in the family, please contact me, Thank You.
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POSTED ON 5.25.2020
POSTED BY: John C. Peters

To a fellow classmate and fellow soldier.

I went to Stepinac where I first met Terry, we didn't have a lot of interaction, but he was the type of person you immediately liked and felt comfortable with. I then ran into Terry again at Ft. Dix where he was going thru Basic Training and I was in Advanced Infantry Training, this was 1965. I was deeply saddened when I heard about his death when I returned from overseas. I made sure to look up Terrys name on the Wall and said a prayer. Today is Memorial Day 2020 and I went over to Lasdon Park in Somers where they have a Vietnam Memorial for all those from Westchester who made the supreme sacrifice. I thanked Terry for his service and let him know we still remember. SGM John Peters, U.S. Army Ret.
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