Dale Alan Bishop
Private First Class
C CO, 1ST BN, 5TH CAVALRY, 1ST CAV DIV, USARV
Army of the United States
Dolton, Illinois
May 05, 1947 to April 13, 1967
DALE A BISHOP is on the Wall at Panel 18E, Line 21

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Three Illinois Soldiers Killed

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Pentagon announced Monday that three Illinois soldiers were killed in action in Vietnam. They included: First Lt. David A. Gray, son of Peter T Gray, 3729-310 W. Miller Road, Sterling. Pfc. Dale A. Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Bishop, 14832 Dearborn St., Dolton. Pfc. Joseph W. de Rosa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Krimston, 1680 Clavina, Deerfield. The Pentagon also announced the death in action of Army 1st Lt. Daniel L. Wente, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo H. Wente, 631 Locust St., Neoga. Wente had been listed as missing.

- - Alton Evening Telegraph
18 April 1967, page 14


PFC Bishop was killed when his unit encountered the enemy and he was killed by small arms fire. No other soldiers were killed in the event.

Dale A Bishop
Photos provided by Niece, Deanna Gaines

Dale A Bishop
PFC DALE ALAN BISHOP's marker in
Mt Hope Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois

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