Stephen Arthur Spiers

Specialist Four
Army of the United States
26 February 1946 - 10 March 1970
Lexington, Massachusetts
Panel 13W Line 109

Silver Star

Combat Medic

Army Aircrew

Purple Heart, Air Medal, National Defense, Vietnam Service, Vietnam Campaign

The database page for Stephen Arthur Spiers

09 Apr 2001

Silver Star

Awarded the Silver Star


for exemplary valor under fire.

From his brother,
Richard E. Spiers

02 May 2006

Steve has been gone over 36 years now and we think of him every day. His sister Leslie named her son Stephen Pitt after Steve, and Steve's nephew Rich named his son Stephen Arthur Spiers 2nd in Steve's memory. Steve's father William L. Spiers Jr died in 1991. His mother, Kay is 93. Brothers Richard, William (Boud) and sisters K.C. and Leslie. We don't know how Steve felt about the war itself but we do know that he loved his country and his fellow Green Berets and that he believed in his duties as a medic. Steve served proudly and he died bravely.

From his brother,
Richard E. Spiers

05 Jun 2007

It has been 37 years since Steve was taken from us and we still think of him every day. He was a special young man and we miss him dearly. His mother Catherine Holland Spiers is now 94. Steve's youngest sister, Leslie, named her son Stephan Pitt after Steve and Steve's nephew Rich named his son Stephan Arthur Spiers II in Steve's memory.

From his brothers Dick and Bill (Boud) and sisters Casey (KC) and Leslie.

Dick Spiers
4 Rolling Green Lane, Mashpee, Massachusetts 02649
01 Jan 2002

Life is a war game where just the good people die to survive.

Just a visitor,
Annie K. Spiers
P.O. Box 5824, Bayshore, NY 11706

17 Apr 2007

If we touch but one life
we live forever.
Steve touched many.

From a friend.
E-mail address is not available.

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Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 9 Apr 2001
Last updated 08/10/2009