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Conflict Period:
Vietnam War 1
Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Corporal 1
Birth:
02 Apr 1947 1
Death:
28 May 1969 1
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Full Name:
Steve Freeman Grubb 1
Birth:
02 Apr 1947 1
Male 1
Death:
28 May 1969 1
Cause: Other Explosive Device 1
Age at Death: 22 1
Body Recovered: Recovered 1
Casualty Type: Hostile, Died of Wounds 1
Residence:
Hometown: Faber, VA 1
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Marriage:
Marital Status: Married 1
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Vietnam War 1

Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Corporal 1
Battalion:
1st Bn 1
Company:
A Co 1
Enlistment Type:
Selective Service 1
Grade:
+ E3 1
Major Command:
173rd Abn Bde 1
Regiment:
50th Infantry 1
Service:
Army 1
Specialty:
Light Weapons Infantry (ARMY) 1
Tour Start Date:
06 Mar 1969 1
Years Served:
0 1
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Religion:
Presbyterian 1
Race or Ethnicity:
Caucasian 1
Memorial Wall Location:
Line: 9 1
Panel: 23W 1

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Steve Grubb was killed when he and 4 others from the 2nd
Platoon of “A” Company hit a Claymore detonated 105mm
booby trapped Artillery round. Also killed with Steve were
Keith Janke and Clarence Taylor. Brigade
 

 The 50th Infantry Battalion Remembers Posted for: STEVE FREEMAN GRUBB: Steve Grubb is fondly remembered by the soldiers with whom he served from “B” Company of the 1st Battalion (Mechanized), 50th Infantry. His widow is our first honorary Life Member.

Visit the Website of the Association formed by these 1/50th Vietnam Vets at: http://www.ichiban1.org

Post a note on our “Message Board” and possibly some of our members who served with Steve and/or his widow will respond. Search our site for photos and other documentation and/or contact me (Jim Sheppard, Association Historian) at the e-mail address provided here for details about our Memorial for our men lost in action at the current day 1/50th Battalion Headquarters at Fort Benning, Georgia. Memorial Wreath Laying Ceremonies are held every two years at the reunions of the 1/50th Association.

(Photo supplied by Steve's Widow, Gladys) Posted by: Jim Sheppard - 50th Infantry Historian
Email: kiss-ac@juno.com
Relationship: We served together
Friday, June 26, 2009
  FRANK BROOKMAN
UNIT BROTHER
P.O.BOX-118
WILLIAMSBURG,VA 23187JAMES CITY
I MET STEVE'S WIFE IN 1989 AT A TET'68 REUNION IN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA AND SHE HAS BEEN A FRIEND SINCE. SHE HAS BEEN A HERO BECAUSE SHE HAS NEVER FORGOTTEN HER HERO THAT GAVE HIS LIFE SO THAT SHE COULD STILL LIVE FREE. GOD BLESSED YOU STEVE WITH A LOVELY WIFE AND FRIEND. THANKS BROTHER OF THE 173RD. HERD. Thursday, December 02, 1999  
gladys grubb
gladgrub@worldnet.att.net
wife
32, years ago
you died, 32, years ago, but sometimes it seems, like yesterday. i still think, of you and talk about you. i know, you won't be forgotten. Thursday, May 17, 2001 gladys  grubb
gladgrub@att.net
wife
i toasted you on what would have been our 40th wedding anniversary we never got to celebrate one together, but i never forget Aug 17, 2009
Toni Spain
cta_spain@aol.com
niece
gone but never forgotten
I was only 3 when you left us. I don't remember you but I always think and talk of you to my daughter. Like the Enrique Iglesias says, You are my HERO. Tuesday, February 26, 2002

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