Malcolm Pierce LibbeyStaff Sergeant
ADV TEAM 86, MACV ADVISORS, MACV
Army of the United States
02 July 1930 - 12 October 1967
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The database page for Malcolm Pierce Libbey
"Did you ever know that you're my Hero?"
Throughout the years, I've learned a lot about you. You are a man, a hero, a friend. Your commitment to your beliefs left us all, Malcolm, Donna, Richard, Thomas, Maryann and Christine, wondering how different our lives would have been if you were still here. Your zest for life and your charming personality has been passed on to all of us - a little bit to each. I've longed my whole life to remember what your kisses felt like, how your arms felt around me when you hugged me, how it would have been to just hug you back once, but most of all, to know what it would be like to have my brothers and sisters be closer. You are a Hero, Dad. Your Courage has given me the strength to become the woman and mother I am today. Dad, I am so Blessed to be your Daughter. Thank you for being my Hero and my Inspiration. I Love You, Dad.
Thank you to every man and woman who dedicated their lives to serving our country.
14 Feb 2004
Happy Valentine's Day.
From a proud daughter
2 Jul 2004
Happy Birthday ... with Love
Maryann H. Libbey
Citation courtesy of his nephew,
A Note from The Virtual WallMACV's Advisory Team 86 lost two men killed in action on 12 October 1967:
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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 08/10/2009