Gregory William SheelerSergeant
C TRP, 3RD SQDN, 5TH CAVALRY, 9 INF DIV
Army of the United States
13 February 1949 - 28 May 1970
St Clair Shores, Michigan
Panel 10W Line 116
The database page for Gregory William Sheeler
It still hurts, Greg, always wondered why you and not me. Wish I could have gone back and got even for you, been finding guys who knew you and got some pictures of you from them, also got details of what happened to you and your outfit that night. If you had to get it at least you went out giving it back to them. I'm real proud of you, Greg, always will be as I am proud of all us Vietnam vets.
7 Jun 2004
Hey, sorry I missed the 28th, can't seem to keep myself out of trouble. I heard from Brian Books that he went to the Wall in DC to see your name. I've had a few of your buddies contact me, all had something good to say about you. Well, you're still very much missed. The ranks are thinning out these days, some party we'll have someday when we meet again in that ole firebase Vietnam place.
13 Feb 2006
Hey, happy 57th birthday ... It would have been a good party, oh well another year gone and still the pain of Vietnam is everyday and never to be FORGOTTEN and never will by all of us who were there...
11 Oct 2006
October 2006 ... another year, another memory ... lest we forget, won't ever happen. Anyone who knew Greg contact me. I do have some pictures of him from Vietnam with his crew and track...
From his cousin,
1405 Northview, Rose City, Michigan 48654
Your name is still a branch in my family tree
From his greatniece,
A Note from The Virtual WallC Troop, 3/5 Cavalry, lost four men killed in action on 28 May 1970:
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 12 Feb 2002
Last updated 08/10/2009