Walter Joseph GutowskiCaptain
ADVISORY TEAM 68 (VINH LONG PROV), MACV ADVISORS
Army of the United States
05 June 1945 - 05 August 1969
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Walter Gutowski being sworn in to the Army by
LTC Donald Gluck, Loyola University Army ROTC.
The database page for Walter Joseph Gutowski
Wally and I attended Loyola University of Chicago together. We also served in Viet Nam at the same time. We were best friends, more like brothers.
My last assignment in the Army was to escort his body home for burial at Arlington National Cemetery. Wally's parents are gone now and he is survived by a brother and sister. I have lost touch with his wife, Alexis, many years ago.
I would like to hear from Alexis or any of Wally's friends.
13 April 2002
Dear Family and Friends of Walter Gutowski,
Walter must have been a good friend and fought bravely for his country. He was a strong person and kept going.
Over this weekend my 8th grade class and I took a trip to Washington D.C. While we were there we visited the Vietnam memorial and it was very sad to see it. When we went and saw the Wall I got to see his name and learn about him from here.
You must be very proud of him and very happy to know he fought and died for his country!
From a student
In August 2002, M. Sabacinski wrote to The Virtual Wall as follows:
Courtesy of M. Sabacinski, 05 August 2002
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 05 Jun 1999
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