FELLOW SOLDIER IN SAME UNIT
3840 SOMERSET DRIVE
DURHAM, NC 27707 USA
I wish things could have turned out differently!
Thursday, April 13, 2006
Fresno Ca. 93711 USA
Missing the good times that should have been
Kenny, The last time I saw you we were teenagers. You said that somehow you knew that you would not return alive. I still vividly remember talking to your mother moments after the Army officers left her with news of your death. Sadly, the tradgedy of losing young soldiers continues to this day. I was fortunate to have avoided combat and to see my children and grandchildren grow. I know that I and they enjoy the freedoms we have because you and good young men and women like you answered the call to duty. Rest in peace and thankyou. Always, your friend who will never forget your sacrafice and gift to the rest of us. Bob Gilmore Apr 7, 2007
A Lost Friend Posted for: KENDALL ALBERT STAKE: Kenny, it seems like only yesterday that I was planning a chopper flight to visit you when I received word of your death in a letter from my mother. After thirty-some years, no one can forget who served. You are missed by all. I look you up each time I visit the Wall. Rest in peace friend. Posted by: Marty Gilmore
Relationship: We grew up together
Monday, November 20, 2000 A friend for a short period and yet for life Posted for: KENDALL ALBERT STAKE: As we served together, at El Paso, San Angelo and at the 8thRRFS, We would talk about our dreams and hopes. No one so young should pass on; but I guess life is not always fair. I remember our good times, especially like working with you on your pride, your sport car. But you can be assured that I have carried our memories since that final day and shall continue. May you rest in peace. Posted by: Joe V.
Relationship: We served together
Tuesday, December 16, 2008