Michael William BraunStaff Sergeant
B CO, 3RD BN, 506TH INF RGT, 1ST BDE, 101 ABN DIV
Army of the United States
08 February 1947 - 26 May 1968
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The database page for Michael William Braun
REMEMBERED ACROSS THE YEARS
A memorial from a comrade-in-arms,
REMEMBEREDby another comrade-in-arms,
Darrell W. Anderson
21411 Midcrest Drive, Lake Forest, California 92630
I came to visit with you again today;
Although it has been 35 years now,
You were a guardian angel to a scared young girl just moved to Milwaukee and starting at Pulaski High. You, Paul, and David made things a whole lot easier for me and your dear Mom was always there when things got too bad, for which I will always be most grateful.
Even though I have lost touch with everyone else over the years, I have often felt you near and still watching out for me... my personal angel.
I know sometime we will meet again.
Until then I will visit from time to time
Donna J. Stephan (maiden: Lawrence)
My Name is MICHAEL BRAUN from Germany.
I'm interested in the Vietnam War since my childhood days
For some reason I wanted to know if there was somebody who died in
I am sure this is nothing "unusual", although it made me
In memory of my Brother in NAME whom I never knew,
We were friends and neighbors on Howard Avenue and even "dated" a time or two. You were one of those really nice guys that there aren't really too many of and I loved having you for a friend. I stopped by the Wall several years back and found your name and felt so guilty that I had lived my life and you were cheated out of yours too early. The world would have been a better place had you lived and made your contribution. Passing beer up thru the basement window and using my knee as a make-believe "shift" while driving your dad's "automatic" and dances and high school plays and me helping you thru the prom trauma and you taking me to see MASH the day my boyfriend left for service made us good friends and I will always value that. Thank you.
Dawn Obst Hale
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 27 Dec 2001
Last updated 06/03/2006