Terence Edward Simon

Private First Class, Army of the United States


From Muir, Michigan

07 August 1947 - 17 May 1967

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Terence Edward Simon is on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Panel 20E Line 019.

21 Oct 2005

My brother, Terence, a member of a family of fourteen youths and his parents had spent about seven months on active duty in the Army and about three months in the Republic of Vietnam. He was proud to serve his country as many of his relatives have done.

His funeral was attended by his parents, brothers and sisters and in addition his grandparents were there as well as his great-grandmother and many friends and other relatives. His escorts were a group of members of the VFW and also a group of active duty and veteran relatives.

Terence was awarded the Bronze Star posthumously.

I believe the hardest thing I have ever done is to escort his remains to our parents. Brother, we have all always loved you.

Dennis C. Simon

A Note from The Virtual Wall

The casualty database indicates that two men from the 1st Bn, 14th Infantry died of wounds on 17 May 1967. Regretably, The Virtual Wall staff cannot determine if they were involved in the same incident or even wounded on the same day. The two men were

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his brother,
Dennis C. Simon

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