David Lee DoylePrivate First Class
C CO, 2ND BN, 8TH INFANTRY, 4 INF DIV
Army of the United States
22 May 1950 - 18 November 1969
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For David Lee Doyle
I love you more today than yesterday. You were a wonderful person and I will never forget you. I know you are in heaven with God. You had the voice of an angel when you sang in church.
Rest in peace my love, I will see you again some day.
18 Nov 2003
MY dear David, today is a difficult day for me, it is Nov.18, 2003. It has been 34 years and I still can't believe you're gone. I long so much to hear your laugh, hear your voice and to see you. I love you more and more every day and I know that you are still singing with the angels and with your Lord. Rest in peace my love until we meet again.
18 Nov 2004
My sweet David, today has been 35 years since you left to be with the Lord. I miss you so much and wonder why it had to happen. I know you are in a better place and are looking out for the ones you loved in this lifetime. Just wanted to remember you today and say I love you still. Keep singing with the angels, my love, until we meet again. Love Linda
23 May 2005
55 years ago a wonderful soul came into this world,he would bring smiles to everyone who knew him. He had a beautiful voice that he used to sing his praises to the Lord,but 19 years later he went to serve his country in an awful war and the Lord decided to take him home so he would suffer no more. Now he sits at the Lord's table and sings with all the angels for the Lord. Happy Birthday my Love.I miss you so much.
18 Nov 2006
My dear David, today has been 37 years since you left this world. It still feels like yesterday, my heart aches just like it did 37 years ago. I think about you every day and know that you are in a better place. Still it doesn't make it any easier. You were always a bright spot in my life when I saw you and you always seemed to make me laugh. I remember the mustard seed I gave you on your 16th birthday, you put it in your wallet for good luck. Keep singing with the angels and know that I'll love you forever.
28 May 2007
Memorial Day 2007.I honor you and all our fallen service men. You were just a young boy when you went over to that terrible place, but I'm sure you grew up very fast. It seems so unfair. I miss you so much. They say time eases the pain but I feel so heart broken still today after 37 years. I know you are in a better place but I guess I'm selfish and want you here. I know you are watching over me and your friends and family. You are our Angel. Rest in peace, my love.
18 Nov 2007
David, today has been 38 years since you were taken. It is not a happy day for me, even the skies are unhappy they are so gray. I think about you every day and wish I could just have one more day with you, but you are in a better place, sitting at the Lord's table snd singing with the angels. Just know that I love you more today than yesterday. Rest in peace my love, Love Linda
From a friend,
"As you walk through the storm
You will sing and walk with me again...
From an Army buddy.
Dave, you are a very special person. I enjoyed being with you just shortly before your death. You made me feel like a princess. I do not know why God took you. You had so much to offer Him. I loved to hear you sing and have not forgotten you in all these years. I know you are with the Lord. You have been sorely missed by all who came in contact with you. Much love.
From a friend.
Today is Memorial Day 2007. Uncle David, I just want you to know that you are remembered and honored for your service and sacrifice. I was only 5 years old when you went to be with the Lord but I think about you often. You are always on my heart. I want you to remember that you are loved and missed very much.
Your niece, Vicky
A Note from The Virtual WallCharlie Company, 2/8th Infantry, lost four men on 18 Nov 1969:
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 7 Mar 2003
Last updated 11/23/2007