Wayne Douglas ClementsSpecialist Four
B CO, 1ST BN, 508TH INF RGT, 82 ABN DIV
Army of the United States
29 June 1947 - 22 February 1968
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The database page for Wayne Douglas Clements
Wayne was my brother. I was 11 when he died. I missed him then and miss him more today. He volunteered for the service and was proud to serve. He was on his second tour of duty when he was shot. We were close and I like to think that we would have been closer today. My mom is with him now and I know that they are both happy.
I love you, Wayne.
A memorial from his sister,
WAYNE was a very special person in my life, we met at the skating rink around the corner from his home in Camden, New Jersey. We spent a lot of time together before he was killed. I loved and cared for him a lot. When he died a part of me was lost. Wayne may gone but he will never be forgotten. I will always love him, now and forever.
29 Jun 2003
Today is your 56th birthday and even though you're not here to celebrate it with me, I know that you are here in my heart. Words cannot express how I truly miss your hugs, kisses, laughter and smiles. Heaven is lucky to have you there and I'm even luckier to have you as my special guardian angel looking down on me and protecting me. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, WAYNE, I'll always love you, love, Sandra Connor Nordan
I LOVE WAYNE FOREVER.
Sandra Connor Nordan
300 Lawndale St, Fayetteville, NC 28306
A Note from The Virtual WallWayne Douglas Clements,
Specialist 4, United States Army,
was buried on 11 March 1968 in Plot K 0 107,
Beverly National Cemetery,
Beverly, Burlington County, New Jersey,
surrounded by other men of integrity and courage.
The point-of-contact for this memorial is|
Donna Clements Burk
28 Oct 2001
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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 07/01/2003