Winfred Lee Smith
Sergeant
A CO, 2ND BN, 506TH INFANTRY, 101ST ABN DIV, USARV
Army of the United States
Greenville, Virginia
June 15, 1947 to June 08, 1970
WINFRED L SMITH is on the Wall at Panel W9, Line 30

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Winfred L Smith
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19 Jul 2004

Dear Winky, It's been many years, but I still think about you and all the fun we had together. You lived such a short life and died serving your country. You were the best person.

Brenda



SGT Winfred Lee Smith died as a result of wounds received while on a combat operation, when a hostile force was encountered. He was admitted to a military medical facility but later expired. The date he was wounded is undetermined but was between May 14, 1970 when he began his tour and June 8, 1970 when he died.

He was survived by by his wife Gail A and one son living in Waynesboro, Virginia. He was also survived by his parents, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd G Smith, Route 1, Greensville, Virginia.

He was buried in Pines Chapel Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greensville, Virginia.

- - The Virtual Wall, December 20, 2013.


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