Otto Wayne AueSergeant
D CO, 1ST BN, 20TH INF RGT, 11 INF BDE
Army of the United States
16 September 1947 - 15 October 1968
Live Oak, FL
Panel 41W Line 063
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From his sister,
Although we only knew each other a few short years, you are the uncle I pray to for guidance and acceptance of the things we cannot change. I also believe that God took you so young so that we could understand the true meaning of the words courage and committment.
My memories of you are brief, but most vivid and detailed. I will always remember the love you showed towards me as well as retain the fond memories of "The Big Uncle with the even Bigger Heart".
You are loved and missed to this day and even though I was only a little more than four years old when God took you home, I still remember the big hugs of love you always gave me. I also want to thank you for remembering me in each letter you sent to my mother, which included a message to be read to me.
You always made me feel special and important and for that you are truly missed and loved.
May God take care of you and all our family for all eternity... Please give Granny and Papa my love and tell them how much they are missed too.
I will always consider you my Guardian Angel and hope when God takes me home I will once again be able to run into your arms and get your famous hug and a swing.
Love from your oldest nephew,
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Alma Aue Bracewell
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27 Sep 2003
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Channing Prothro, former CAP Marine
Last updated 01/08/2004