Charley Holton CollierPrivate First Class
C CO, 1ST BN, 7TH CAV RGT, 1 CAV DIV
Army of the United States
09 March 1947 - 15 November 1965
Mount Pleasant, Texas
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The database page for Charley Holton Collier
Thanks for the opportunity to say this , Charley was and still is the love of my life 38 years later. He fought and died for what he believed in!!! I am proud to still be Charley's girl 1965. And I salute you for your beliefs, and I know that if you were alive you would still be fighting for those beliefs.
Tribute to Charley
We fell in love so very fast,
Rivers of Blood Have Given Us Oceans of Freedom
I thank you for the freedoms I have lived these many years.
From a grateful American,
I did not know Charley but I have met "CHARLEY'S GIRL", Glinda Gayle. We have shared many hours on the PC. Just sharing our stories with each other. Thank you for your friendship, Glinda Gayle, and God Bless. Homer
From a friend of Charley's Girl,
06 Mar 2008
It has been a while since I visited Charley's site. I try to make a point to stop by and visit friends who are listed here. I need to just open the site and visit with Charley now and then.
We need to remember these fallen men who gave their lives for all that are still here ... and to remember their friends and family as they still mourn for their loved ones.
Glenda, my wish for you is love for being Charley's girl, I feel sure Charley passed with you in his heart. I hope you are well and in good spirits. Thank you for being a friend and sharing your love of Charley with all of us.
From a friend,
I did not know this young man. I watched "We Were Soldiers" and noticed his name in the memorial at the end of the movie. I just want to submit a word of thanks to the young men of Texas who gave their lives for me in that battle. Thank you, Charley.
Notes from The Virtual Wall
died in the fighting in the
Ia Drang Valley
and The Virtual Wall's
Charley Collier is remembered in another place, too.
The point-of-contact for this memorial is|
Glinda Gayle Dunlap
66pr54620 #272, Pittsburg, Texas 75686
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 15 Jul 2003
Last updated 03/26/2008