Michael James BurkhartSpecialist Four
HHC, 1ST BN, 14TH INF RGT, 4 INF DIV
Army of the United States
15 November 1944 - 24 May 1968
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The database page for Michael James Burkhart
Your namesake Michael has grown into a wonderful young man, and I know you are very proud of him. I still miss you so much and think of you often. It is nice to think that you were there for Mom and Dad when they crossed over.
Love always, Jean
To Mike - who will remain forever young in my memory.
With all our love,
From the Toft family:
It has been a long time since we were together. You are one of those people who is admired by many and forgotten by none. I will never forget those blue eyes, wavy hair, and your smile. I don't recall any time that you were in a bad mood. You were always enthusiastic and curious to know all you could and good company to me and Spulecki.
Spulecki and I met some of your family at the DFW airport about 5years ago. Nice people. I wish them the peace they deserve. I feel badly for them because I know they still miss you immensely. I am sorry that you were not able to come home like you should have.
I will not forget you, Mike. I know I will see you again someday and maybe we can have a lot more fun then.
One of your friends,
A Note from The Virtual WallHeadquarters Company, 1/14th Infantry, lost three men to enemy shelling on 24 May 1968 -
Medics on the Wall
memorial which honors the
Army Medics and Navy Corpsmen who died in Vietnam.
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Jean F. Stoeber
20 Jan 2002
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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 09/15/2004