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As a medic I was pretty well allowed to hang out anywhere I chose to during this time so naturally I chose to hang out with my buddy Guinn. Tom must have also - he extended to serve with them. Tom Scarboro that same morning. Update on Leonard Purkapile's services. He would have been 95 next month.
Life did go on, I did marry and have children. He was in Bravo Company, 2nd Battalion. Shockey was a special person.. I have seen your posting of pictures on the web site and Franks letters do correlate with the area you were in. RIP my friend; we'll miss you. He was attended to by myself and a very brave medic. Friday the 28th we will be at our hotel once more after all those years of convoying. I would appreciate it if you could remember him at the appropriate time. I had kept close to Franks' family; his sister was in my wedding, they knew my husband, and I used to bring my children to visit them. Shockey was awarded the Silver Star and Bronze Star for gallantry in action. Bravo Company will meet again for lunch. If Jimmy is telling you a story just remember it probably is a true one this time. Tom Scarboro that same morning. I know you will see the guys from Charlie Company. It has been modified for brevity: My name is Mary Ellen Cimorelli-Score. The meal choices have to be turned in prior to your arrival so you will not be able to attend if you do not register now. He would have been 95 next month. To this day, Frank is still part of our "family". I know you are with Juantia, your parents, and your brothers. I used to joke how Shockey saved my life a couple times, but damn near got me killed 6 other times, the truth be know, I can think of at least four times where his actions saved my life. He grieved along with the rest of us and was a very caring officer for the men who served under him. Fred and I went through basic training, medic training, and both went to Nam in April He was my friend and will miss him. I Love You Shock! If anyone has info Please send info. I am trying to update contact information for Sgt. So if anyone has any pictures or knew him please e-mail at bsorg3. Just learned from a post on the website that Colonel John Fielding passed away last May. He may also have fought in Luzon. Today the bravest man I knew, my hero, and my best friend, Shockey Dee Mayle passed away. Don't delay order today. Please let me know if you need any additional information. Please take a minute to remember all the troops located around the world, especially our Cacti Brothers and Sisters, who will not be able to be with their families this 4 of July. He was our dog handler for that I was wounded in the ambush along with six other we lost our Lt. Does anyone know a Kerry Nogle and would be willing to share experiences about him? Thank you for your help. You can now search all guestbook posts since by clicking on "Search Guestbook" below. He was a person who valued a friendship and would do anything for you, a man that was well thought of by everyone. Choice of Ham, Turkey, Roast beef, or Vegitarian. Thanks for your time. If anyone has any information, I would appreciate hearing from you. I was fortunate enough to reconnect with Shockey 30 years after we got back from The Nam, we saw each usually twice a year for the last 20 years, I am so thankful for that. Really not sure if it is closure I'm looking for or what it is. That had brought a new prospective to life and death. If anyone has it, please send me Frank's current contact information at my above email address or call me at - if that's easier for you. Would anyone have any memories of him or have any idea on how I can reach out to others in his regiment who might have known him or know what happen to him? Without them in the past or today we might not be able to be celebrating our freedom and the world might look far different than it does today. The Association reserves the right to edit any guestbook entry for content or length, or to reject an entry completely if it is deemed to be offensive or defamatory. Rest in Peace my friend, don't forget what I told you. You see, Frank and I were going to be married when he returned. He also received the Purple Heart. Please contact me by email or phone if you are that medic or have any recollection of that fatal day. Whole wheat with Swiss Cheese, Potato Chips. I received the following inquiry in an email: His name is Doug Payton. My squad was walking point with Jeff and king leading our pointman was Bruce Dancesia when hell broke out and he was one that wounded that day. Please write choices on your check. RIP big brother till we meet again. We did submit a DNA sample for record. Feel free to leave a message, and if you want someone to contact you, leave your email address.
Thank you for visiting the 35th Infantry Regiment Cacti Association's website. First I read of German involvement. Maybe you can pass this on to the other guys. It may take 24 to 48 hours for your post to appear because each post has to be reviewed due to increased spammer activity.
For the past 50 years I have been trying to remember who the medic was. Thank you, John Pipia.
Our family has never had any closure from this. Happy Fourth of July to all my band of brothers Gentlemen, time marches on for the rest of us As we celebrate our nation's birthday I want to wish every Cacti a safe and happy 4th of July. Even though it has been 51 yrs since I last saw him, I still think of him everyday. I know you have a reunion coming up soon. Please make out your check and mail to: Time Marches on for us All We ran three miles a day plus PT. Wimbley of 35th Inf. Does the name ring a bell? He was killed on April 8, in Bin Dinh Province. We need about twenty more Bravos to pay up now to meet our quota with the hotel. I just heard from Marilyn Fielding who informed me that her husband John passed away on May 20, John always enjoyed being at the Cacti Reunions and had to miss the past ones because of his illness. He was KIA Nov 18, The information regarding the circumstances of the incident has been conflicting and I feel now I need some resolve. Recently retired from nursing, and my last 8 yrs was in Hospice. We are getting closer to the reunion with 54 who have paid up so far. He was 19 years old when he went missing. Received the following from the daughter of Frank Marks: I am writing to inform you of the passing of my father, Frank L Marks Langenheim. No finer man ever wore the uniform of the US Army. My father was proud to be part of the Cacti. The last email address I had for Frank has apparently changed and I need an updated one. Many thanks and God bless. He was RTO for Co. August- November is always a challenge emotionally. Just stopped in to check on Korea info, great pictures put out for the Korea guys. I have the daily journal from the end of the day of November 18, Respectfully, Mary Ellen Cimorelli-Score score aol. He was a WWII veteran.