Conflict Period:
Vietnam War 1
Army 1
Sergeant 2
01 Jul 1945 2
26 Aug 1969 2

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Full Name:
Roger Edward Robichaud 2
01 Jul 1945 2
Male 2
26 Aug 1969 2
Cause: Multiple Fragmentation Wounds 2
Age at Death: 24 2
Body Recovered: Recovered 2
Casualty Date: 26 Aug 1969 2
Casualty Type: Hostile, Died 2
Hometown: Manchester, NH 2
Marital Status: Married 2

Vietnam War 1

Army 1
Sergeant 2
3rd Bn 2
Btry A 2
Enlistment Type:
National Guard 2
+ E4 2
Major Command:
197th Artillery 2
Army 2
Field Artillery Basic (ARMY) 2
Tour Start Date:
16 Sep 1968 2
Years Served:
2 2
Roman Catholic 2
Race or Ethnicity:
Caucasian 2
Memorial Wall Location:
Line: 122 2
Panel: 19W 2

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We never got the chance to meet you. But know that you are thought of often Roger. You would be so proud of your nephew and great nephew and I know you are proud of your sister and the wonderful woman she is. Thank you for your service. Our family will always honor your sacrafice.

Vietnam Wall Panel coords 19W 122

Garnet Jenkins
Grand Junction Co
~ With Profound Gratitude ~

It is an Honor to pay tribute to Sgt Roger Edward Robichaud, with So Much Gratitude for his Courage, Service and Dedication to our Country and for Freedom. Rest in Peace and know that you will NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. I am the sister of Sgt. David Dickinson, who also made the Supreme Sacrifice in Vietnam in 1967..... ' REST EASY, SLEEP WELL MY BROTHERS. KNOW THE LINE HAS HELD, YOUR JOB IS DONE. REST EASY, SLEEP WELL... OTHERS HAVE TAKEN UP, WHERE YOU FELL, THE LINE HAS HELD..PEACE, PEACE AND FAREWELL.'
Aug 26, 2009
Jeff Foster
Worked With Him
Sandwich MA USA
I Think of You Often
While going to college in Manchester I worked with Roger at the deli counter at the Stop & Shop. He was always upbeat and had an excellent sense of humor. His was one of the Guard units that got the call to go. Several years later when I was working in Boston I learned that the truck he was on that was heading for out-processing struck a mine. It's a shame that anyone is lost to war and lives end sooner than one would expect, and it really hits home when it is someone close. I often think of Roger and all he missed. He was a good man and I am sure a fine soldier.
Aug 13, 2009
Joe Roy II
High school - Saint Marie High - Friend and schoolmate
6850 NW 57th Ave.,
Ocala,Fl 34482 USA
Roger went to Vietnam after I returned from a 2 year tour there. I went to high school with Roger and knew him. We were not close friends,but nonetheless High School Mates. I presently live in Ocala Florida, and had the chance to see the Vietnam Moving Wall today, and saw Roger's name on the wall. It struck a nerve.If I recall correctly, I believe Roger was the first casualty of the Nam war from Manchester, N.H. -Peace be with you Bro! Joe Roy
Wednesday, May 12, 1999

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