Harold Raymond Mc Cord, Jr
Corporal
BDE HHC, 199TH INFANTRY BDE, USARV
Army of the United States
New Lexington, Ohio
November 15, 1948 to May 26, 1970
HAROLD R Mc CORD Jr is on the Wall at Panel W10, Line 105

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Harold R Mc Cord
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22 Sep 2003

"To live in the hearts we leave behind,
is never to have died."
(Thomas Campbell, circa 1888)

From his sister,
Alice Vandermark
P. O. Box 501, New Lexington, Ohio 43764
nl_avandemar@seovec.org

 
20 Nov 2005

REMEMBERED

by his brother,
Gary McCord
nl_gmccord@seovec.org


 
13 Mar 2007

Uncle Butch!

I never knew you and I wish that I could have, I am sure that it would have been great. Thank you for the time that you put in fighting for our freedom. We all miss you and you will never be forgotten.

Love,
Steven, Ashley, Chloe, Journey and Steven JR. McCord
New Lexington, Ohio 43764
sacjsmccord@sbcglobal.net


 

The official Army Casualty Report states: Individual was killed while on guard duty at base camp when the area came under mortar attack by hostile force. CPL Howard Raymond "Butch" McCord was survived by his parents, Dee and Harold R McCord, Sr and brothers Ken, Gary and Randy. A local area newspaper published the following at the time:

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The Ohioans killed in Vietnam listed in the above article are:

You can read more about the McCord family and the efforts to get The Moving Wall to Perry County Ohio in 2006 to honor the 15 sons named on the memorial (search for McCord).

Below is photo used with permission of family with Ray in jeep in Vietnam.

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CPL Butch McCord was buried in New Lexington Cemetery, New Lexington, Ohio.

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