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Date: 26/08/2016

By: Darlene

Subject: Information

First of all, I want to say Thank you for your service to our country. I have been trying to learn more about Vietnam and trying to find any information about my cousin Cpl. Ronnie Ellis Reeder. He was killed in action on Jan 29, 1967.

Date of Birth:
Date of Casualty:
Home of Record:
County of Record:
Branch of Service:
14E, 96
Casualty Province:

If anyone knew him or has pictures, etc. I would very much like to have copies. Also, if you have any ideas how I could find any information please feel free to email me;

Ronnie was my cousin, but my only memory of him unfortunately was him laying in a casket and I was only 1 1/2 yrs old at the time. I am trying my best to honor his memory and make sure that he is never forgotten.

Thank you all once again for your sacrifice and service,
Darlene M.

Date: 18/09/2015

By: Tom Magnuson

Subject: Appreciation

Thanks for all the images.

Date: 14/07/2015

By: DocSki

Subject: I only knew Ron a few months.

My tour was winding down as his was just starting. His rack was very close to mine. So it felt like I knew him longer.

A prince of a man.

And Id say the same thing about him that many others have said-----the nicest guy in the Company.

Never forgotten



Date: 18/04/2017

By: Darlene Mayton

Subject: Re: I only knew Ron a few months.

For some reason I did not get alerts to my messages, so sorry for the major delay. I hope you get this message. If you know of any pictures of him while he was in the Marines other than the ones on The Wall, I would love too have a copy of them.

Thank you for your service and I'm glad you were Blessed to have met Ronnie and thankful that you made it home to your family.

God Bless, Darlene

Date: 21/10/2014

By: Pharmd251

Subject: Good info

Very nice site!

Date: 20/10/2014

By: Smithg725

Subject: John

I needed to thank you for this good read!! I certainly enjoyed every little bit of it. I've got you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post dekegcfacdaecddb

Date: 08/04/2014

By: William Tate

Subject: MIA bracelet

I was not aware until now that there were more than one bracelet for each MIA OR KIA I too have one for Ronald Longanecker. I too am a Marine and wear his bracelet continuously. Semper Fi you are not forgotten

Date: 01/11/2013

By: Kathi O'Brien

Subject: Friend not forgotten

I went to high school with Ron, was a year behind him at Madison High School. He graduated in 1965 and sometime thereafter became engaged to Sherry, one of my good friends. After he went to Viet Nam, Sherry was one of my bridesmaids when I was married on 17 Jun 1966. She was so happy engaged to Ron. Three weeks after she stood for me when I was married, she received the news of Ron's death. And her wedding dreams were gone. Ron, those of us who knew you have not forgotten.

Three years later, my husband was sent to Viet Nam by the Coast Guard. He served one rotation in Vung Tau and thank goodness, came back whole.

Thank you Ron, and all the other brave men and women who answered the (very unpopular at the time) call of duty.

You are not forgotten.

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