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L.O.D. Deaths

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1960 - 1969 Tributes For Police And Military K9 Handlers

Note :  Some of these tributes are for those that were not line of duty deaths.

 

         

   

Flashing star on both sides of officer name indicates both officer and K9 were killed in line of duty  

Bob Brede

November 16, 1967 - Vietnam

K9 Handler Bob Brodie was killed along with his K9 Brodie on 11/16/67 in Vietnam.

Patrolman William T. Fortye
October 28, 1966 - Las Vegas, Nevada - Age 32
 
 

Patrolman Fortye, 32, was shot and killed at 0220 hours on October 28, 1966  with his own weapon after conducting a traffic stop on Highland Drive.  During the stop the suspect began to struggle with Patrolman Fortye and was able to gain control of his weapon and shot him three times, two of them superficial, and the third a fatal chest wound. The first officer to arrive found Officer Fortye with his police cruiser, engine running and with all lights on.  Officer Fortye was lying dead beside the left front tire of the cruiser--his tie ripped off, his shirt torn and pulled apart. His hat was underneath the front grill of the cruiser, and his handcuffs lay near the right front tire. The ground was spattered with blood. On the hood of the police cruiser was a driver's license bearing the name of Thomas Cornelius Howard.  His K-9 partner “Burgie” standing faithfully by his side. Before the killer fled, however, Fortye's police dog "Burgie" attacked the suspect, ripping the man's clothing and mauling his hand.  Patrolman Fortye had been with the Las Vegas Police Department in Nevada for five years and was survived by his wife and six year old daughter.

The suspect was later apprehended a short time after because of the dog bite. Thomas Cornelius Howard and Barbara Louise Howard were charged with killing Officer Fortye. The suspect was convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to life.
 

 
 
Officer Eugene Yoakum
September 27, 1964 - Alexandria, Virginia - Age 31
 
 

K9 Officer Yoakum, 31, was shot and killed on September 27, 1964 while responding to a call of unknown trouble at an apartment complex on Seay Street at 1:30 a.m.  He was shot in the chest with a 38 caliber revolver by Fred C. Stull, 23, of 2906 Seay Street.  The sequence of events leading to Yoakum’s death and the death of Stull from shots fired by privates David Largen and Earl Caknipe began with a “trouble call” to Alexandria Police Headquarters at 1:28 a.m. from a man who identified himself as Leroy David Beasley of 2905 Seay Street, and said that Stull had “gone berserk” and beat him unconscious.  The dispatcher at the police headquarters alerted Largen who was patroling in the area.  Largen said that when he arrived at 2906 Seay Street, Stull, armed with a revolver, was standing in the doorway of the apartment building. When he ordered Stull to drop the weapon, Stull threatened to shoot and was prevented from doing so by Dennis Perry of 2902 Seay Street, who grabbed his arm and tussled with him.  Largen returned to his cruiser to call for reinforcements, and was joined within minutes by Yoakum and Catnipe.  Stull, Largen said, was in the doorway, brandishing a knife which he was holding in his left hand.  He and Yoakum were near the curb, 20 feet from the front of the apartment Largen said, and Catnipe began to approach Stull, telling him to throw down the knife.  Instead of discarding the weapon, Stull brought his right hand from behind him and began firing.  One of the shots struck Yoakum in the chest.  Largen and Catnipe returned the fire and Stull fell dead in the doorway of his home. Mucho watched over his fatally injured partner until Private Yoakum was taken to Alexandria Hospital. He was pronounced dead at 2:20 a.m. Mucho was later given to the Yoakum family.  The week before Stull was charged by Fairfax County Police with being drunk in public and with assaulting an officer in the booking room at the Groveton Sub-station.   K-9 Officer Yoakum attracted world-wide attention to himself and his K-9 “Mucho”, when he strapped a receiving set to the dog’s harness and trained him to respond to commands via walkie-talkie. In his first year, Private Yoakum was cited for his bravery in a shoot-out with supermarket burglars. In 1960, he joined the Canine Corps. Eugene served in the Marine Corps from 1950 to 1954. Private Yoakum had been with the Alexandria Police Department in Virginia for ten years and is survived by his wife Elizabeth Marie Yoakum; daughters Marian and Sharon and a son Tyron Yoakum.

 
 
Officer Paul McCulloch
July 2, 1964 - St. Louis, Missouri - Age 37
 
   

Officer McCulloch, 37, was shot and killed on July 2, 1964 after responding to a manhunt.  At approximately 6:30 p.m.  Marilyn Morris was in her vehicle in front of Food Fair Super Market located at 814 North Leffingwell who was waiting for her mother who owned the store to drive her home. While she was waiting, Eddie C. Glenn jumped into the vehicle displaying a knife and told her to drive. Glenn had forced her to drive around the northern part of the city for an hour. While she drove he went through her pocket book which only had $4.00 and took her diamond ring off her finger. While driving around for the entire time she tried to get people's attention to notify them of the situation she was in.  However she did draw the attention of Officer Robert Steel who pulled the car over at Twentieth Street and Carr. As he approached the vehicle on the drivers side Marilyn Morris made her escape and ran. Officer Steel drew his revolver and aimed it at Glenn and told him to exit the vehicle. Glenn then lunged at Officer Steel and Officer Steel shot Glenn in the shoulder. Glenn then grabbed Officer Steel's weapon with both hands and prevented the cylinder from turning. A struggle ensued and Glenn was able to gain control of Officer Steel's weapon. Officer Steel ran to his cruiser and Glenn fired two shots at him. While Officer Steel was using his radio to call for help, Glenn had disappeared in the Pruitt-igoe Housing Project. Officer Steel collapsed in the road after calling for help on his radio. Patrolman Ronald Pott and Ralph Atkins responded to Officer Steel's call for help. They saw Officer Steel covered in blood so Patrolman Atkins stayed with Officer Steel while Officer Pott went after Glenn.  Officer Steel was not seriously injured in the scuffle. Officer Pott exchanged shots with Glenn while chasing him between buildings. Canine Officer Paul McCulloch who was on his way to work arrived on the scene a short time later. Officer McCulloch and Officer Pott decided to circle the building from different sides to try and capture Glenn. Officer Pott then heard a gun shot a short time after and when he went around the corner of the building he came face to face with Glenn and they fired simultaneously. Officer Pott was shot through his left forearm and the bullet ricocheted off his badge and struck his right hand. Officer Pott dropped his revolver but was able to shoot Glenn in the chest before he dropped his weapon. Glenn staggering, continued to run between the buildings. Officer Pott ran to Officer McCulloch's cruiser and radioed for more help. Detective Dan Kirner who saw Officer Pott and Glenn exchange shots fired six shots at Glenn. Officer Arthur Mueller and officer Miller also started firing at Glenn who then fell to the ground and was arrested immediately. When Detectives Vernon Brinkman and George Hydar arrived on the scene they discovered Canine Officer McCulloch bleeding from a gunshot wound to the head. Officer McCulloch was dead on arrival at City Hospital # 1. McCulloch joined the department October 31, 1949. In 1950 he resigned from the police department to join the United States Marine Corps during the Korean War and in 1951 returned back to the police department. Officer McCulloch joined the canine unit in 1959. He is survived by his wife Anne and four children and his K9 partner "Duke". Later his wife Anne worked for the same police department as a secretary and his son Joseph joined the police department.    

Eddie Glenn was shot and wounded by other officers before being taken into custody. He admitted to the kidnapping of Marilyn Morris and shooting at police. Glenn was found guilty one year later in St. Louis Circuit Court and sentenced to die in the state gas chamber, but the Missouri Supreme Court reduced the sentence to life in prison.

 
 
Detective Ralph M. Steed
 June 7, 1962 - South Norfolk, Virginia - Age 36
 
 

Steed , 36, went through South Norfolk's first dog school and became a K-9 handler.  On June 7, 1962, at approximately 12:10 AM, Officer Steed, age 36,  was finishing his night's duty. As he approached the intersection of Liberty Street and Atlantic Avenue, he was met by an oncoming vehicle racing towards them at speeds up to 95 miles per hour. The driver of the vehicle, a 20 year old male, was absent without leave from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Norfolk Police had been following the suspect for 4 - 1/2 miles. The suspect, in an attempt to escape from Norfolk Police, approached the intersection, lost control of his vehicle and struck the police vehicle containing Officer Steed.  Detective Steed was pronounced dead at Norfolk General Hospital four hours after the head on crash.    Officer Steed was with the City of South Norfolk Police Department in Virginia for 3 years and was survived by his wife Marjorie, his daughter Cecelia,13, and son Chris age 10.

The suspect was charged with manslaughter, hit and run, reckless driving, driving without a registration card and driving without a license.

 
 
Officer Randolph Eugene Brightwell 
May 29, 1961 - Howard County, Maryland - Age 33
 
   

Officer Randolph Brightwell, 33, "Randy," was shot and killed on May 29, 1961.  This incident started when  Clarence D. Brindle, 26, and Robert Bruce Westcoat, 28, both of Catonsville, had just committed an armed robbery 15 minutes earlier at the Econo-Gas station located at U.S. RT. 40 and U.S. RT. 29 and had murdered the clerk Charles Gallion Jr age 31.  The two robbers netted only $200 in cash and dry goods. The clerk was discovered around 1:05 a.m. When Matthew Stewart drove into the Economo and no one came out to pump gas even after sounding his horn, Stewart became suspicious and called the police at a near by phone booth. Officer Winfield was the first officer to arrive on scene and found Buddy Gallon lying behind the counter with a bullet in his head and several in his chest. Police found the cash box empty and coins strewn across the floor. Playing on a hunch he radioed that everyone should be on the lookout for a yellow Nash he had seen 15 minutes earlier making a U-turn at the intersection of Route 40 and Rogers Avenue. Officer Brightwell of Howard County, Police Department in Maryland  stopped  the vehicle when he saw the yellow Nash with a broken muffler and pulled it over on Fells Lane in Ellicott City for having a loud muffler. Unbeknownst to Officer Brightwell, the two occupants had committed a killing and robbery. During the traffic stop the two men overpowered Officer Brightwell,one of them known to be a body builder. Officer Brightwell was then shot with his own revolver four times at point blank range in the head and chest killing him. Brightwell's K-9 partner "Prince" was working with Patrolman Brightwell when he was killed, but was secured in the police vehicle. The two killers got back in the Nash and sped off. Officer Parlette arrived to find his fellow officer, Brightwell dead. A few minutes later Officer Davis saw the car turn onto Rolling Road. Officer Davis drew his weapon and ordered both men to get out of the vehicle and place their hands on top of the car. Brindle then struck Officer Davis in the jaw and then dived for his .32 on the floor of the car. Officer Davis then brought the barrel of his .38 down on Brindle's head. Westcoat still had the $200 taken from the Economo station and found Officer's Brightwell's flashlight on the back seat of the Nash. They later found Brightwell's weapon later that night in the median strip on Route 40.The most damning piece of evidence, was in the Nash . It was the book containing the traffic ticket made out to Brindle and signed by Officer Brightwell. Both suspects were apprehended 15 minutes after Officer Brightwell was killed. Randolph was the first K-9 handler for any county police agency in the State of Maryland, and the first Howard County police officer killed in the line of duty. In tribute to the ultimate sacrifice made by Patrolman Brightwell, the police department named its highest commendation, the Medal of Honor, after the slain officer. Patrolman Brightwell served with the Howard County Police Department in Maryland. Officer Brightwell was survived by his wife Mary, son, and daughter. K-9 "Prince" lived out the rest of his life with the Brightwell family.    

Both men, Clarence D. Brindle and Robert Bruce Westcoat were convicted in June, 1961. A grand jury indicted Brindle and Westcoat each on two counts of first - degree murder. State Attorney T. Hunt Mayfield decided early that Brindle and Westcoat would be tried on one count each. Brindle for Brightwell's murder and Westcoat for Gallion's murder. Brindle was convicted of Brightwell's murder and sentenced to life.

Westcoat argued that pretrial publicity made a fair trial impossible in Howard and won a change of venue to Montgomery County where a jury then found him guilty of Gallion's murder in April of 1962 and sentenced to life imprisonment.  In 1971, after serving time in Marylands Pen, he was transferred to a minimum-security facility in Hagerstown. Westcoat who had been given trusty status, was allowed to walk to group therapy sessions a quarter mile from the prison. On May 24, he left the prison but didn't  show for the session. In 1976, he escaped again, this time from the House of Corrections in Jessup. Later in 1976, he was paroled. Westcoat was a career criminal who had his first brush with the law at the age of 15.He was a body builder and won the "Mr. Maryland" title in 1961. All of Westcoats arrests were for crimes of violence. He was sentenced to 15 years for assault and robbery in 1956 but was out on parole five years later paroled in 1979.

Both Brindle and Westcoat began their sentences in the Maryland Penitentiary in Baltimore. In the 70's Brindle was transferred to the Maryland House of Correction. Brindle  was denied parole in 1973 and and died April 21, 1979 after an aneurysm in his aorta burst. Doctors had grafted the vessel after Brindle was injured in a 1958 car crash.

 

 
Sgt. Carmin Joseph Fuscellaro Jr.
 February 4, 1961 -Camden, New Jersey - Age 34
 
 

Sergeant Carmin "Fussy" Fuscellaro, 34, was accidentally shot and killed February 4, 1961 by another officer when he was mistaken for an escaped prisoner.  Sergeant Fuscellaro and his canine partner were searching City Hall for escape Donal Murphy , 29, when the other officer shot him. Donal Murphy escaped the jail on sixth floor after stealing keys from a desk drawer, unlocked a cabinet and took a pistol and forced a guard to open the main jail door. Sgt Fuscellaro came through a door and Patrolman Dennis Evans fired at him. Patrolman Evens burst into a reporters room shouting "I've just shot Carmen! Get the police! Get the ambulance! Get a priest!" Patrolman Evens then reached for the phone to call for help but his hands were shaking so bad the reporter had to make the call. Evens was given sedatives at the hospital and then released. Donal Murphy fled to Philadelphia and disappeared. He was then traced to a relatives home in west Philadelphia.  He had been in jail since September and was waiting for trial on auto theft after being arrested in Lancaster Pennsylvania on charges he stole a car and its contents from a Camden Motel.  At the time of the shooting, canine officers and the inmates wore the same type of coveralls. Sgt. Fuscellaro was the first K9 officer shot and killed killed in the United States.  Sgt. Fuscellaro had been with the Camden Police Department in New Jersey for 12 years and was survived by his wife.

Patrolman Dennis Evans, 28, who accidentally shot and killed Sgt Fuscellaro Jr. received no disciplinary action.

 
 
Officer Gonzalo Quinones Gonzalez
 February 27, 1960 -Houston, Texas - Age 28
 
 

On Feb. 27, 1960, Officer Gonzalez was working his shift with his partner with his rust-colored Doberman Pincher named Clipper.  While on patrol 12:35 a.m. the officer received a call to investigate a burglary at Levitz Jewelry at 510 Main. He drove quickly and quietly without emergency equipment in order to arrive at the location without warning the possible burglars. However, while passing through the intersection of Pease and Chenevert, his patrol car was struck broadside by a vehicle driven by 52 year old Victor Irvin Bryant. The impact caused Officer Gonzalez to be thrown from his patrol car. He received serious head injuries as well as a deep laceration across his abdomen and died while being transported to Jefferson Davis Hospital. K-9 Clipper had been in Officer Gonzalez’ training and custody since January 1959. After the accident happened and before the arrival of other officers, K-9 Clipper, escaped and wandered away from the accident scene. An intensive search was conducted for Clipper but to no avail that day. Two days later Clipper was found in the 600 block of Chenevert, just 10 blocks north of the accident. His leash was entangled in weeds when he was spotted and he was dolefully subdued when Officer W. B. Folsam received a call from a beer distributor who spotted him while on his route. A veterinarian summoned to examine Clipper found no injuries. K-9 Clipper was boarded by the veterinarian until another officer could be selected to work with him. Officer Gonzalez served his country honorably in the United States Marine Corps from April 1954 to April 1956. His service included a tour of duty in Korea. He served with the Houston Police Department for two years. Officer G. Q. Gonzalez was survived by his wife, Mrs. Irene Gonzalez, and by three small children – seven-year-old Gonzalo Gonzalez Jr., five-year-old Karen Gonzalez and two-year-old Lisa Gonzalez.

 Bryant, who was not injured, was charged with murder by auto before Justice of the Peace W. C. Ragan. Bryant was intoxicated at the time. Bryant was a house painter and this was his ninth DWI. However, due to the lack of actual eyewitnesses to the accident, there was difficulty in placing him behind the wheel. As a result, Bryant got off very lightly, receiving a sentence of three days in jail and a $50 fine and   also got credit for time served. Basically, he just “walked” after the court proceedings.

 
 
K-9 Handler's Killed In Vietnam War 1966-1975
( 297 K-9 Handler's Killed )
 

K9 HANDLER'S NAME

Killed

Home Town

George Michael Bevich Jr.

12/4/66

Summit Hill, Pennsylvania

John Francis, Doyle

8/25/66

Prospect, Connecticut

Blly Monroe Green

6/24/66

Los Angeles, California

Dallas George Grundy

11/5/66

San Jose, California

Herschel Cyle Holt

8/3/66

Nashville, Tennessee

William M. Huberly

10/17/66

St. Paul, Minnesota

Freddie Lee Johnson

12/7/66

Selma, Alabama

Harlan Nathan Lockhart

11/9/66

Fredricktown, Ohio

Jose Munoz

12/7/66

Detroit, Michigan

Harry Walter Murry

12/7/66

Baltimore, Maryland

Robert Anthony Schmid

8/16/66

Hartsdale, New York

Raymond Andrew Shepard

8/3/66

Chicago, Illinois

Raymond Steptoe

8/15/66

Navasota, Texas

Joshua Abraham Atkins III

4/26/67

Washington, D.C.

Donald Lee Baker

9/6/67

Huntington Park, California

Lindsay David Baldoni

8/22/67

Detroit, Michigan

Terrence Daniel Beck

12/20/67

Ft. Atkinson, Wisconsin

Gary Evens Beesley

6/22/67

St Louis, Missouri

Dennis Arthur Beuke

10/11/67

Chicago, Illinois

Michael James Bost

5/14/67

Grand Rapids, Michigan

James Roger Boyer

9/22/67

St Louis, Missouri

Robert William Brede

11/16/67

Alexandria, Minnesota

Charles Paul Brown

3/9/67

South Amboy, New Jersey

William Ladd Campbell

3/3/67

Silver Hill, Maryland

Merie Keith Carter

10/22/67

Sapulpa, Oklahoma

Russell Leonard Castle

7/2/67

Woodbridge, Virginia

Ronald Lee Chishoim

5/11/67

Jacksonville, Florida

Walter Levon Clark

10/29/67

Roseville, Michigan

Randy Eugene Dillinder

12/10/67

Dearborn, Michigan

Lonnie Joseph Ducote Jr.

8/13/67

Corpus Christi, Texas

George F. Eubanks

12/7/67

Barboursville, West Virginia

Marshall Colin Farley

9/19/67

Folsom, California

Fisher

9/4/67

Allentown, Pennsylvania

Bernard Ford

7/5/67

Oak Lawn, Illinois

Gary Wayne Fox

4/30/67

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

William George Fraser

12/28/67

Manchester, New Hampshire

Gary Leroy Fuller

2/27/67

The Plains, Ohio

Livingston Glenn

12/9/67

Boston, Georgia

William E, Groves

11/30/67

Seatle, Washington

John H. Harding

10/8/67

Benton, Arizona

Floyd Wayne Hartwick Jr.

7/15/67

St. Charles, Missouri

Patrick Lee Henshaw

12/19/67

Spokane, Washington

James Ray Howard

11/9/67

Detroit, Michigan

Mark Thomas Howard

11/16/67

St. Louis Missouri

Edward Cowart Hughes III

11/27/67

Garden Grove, California

Arnold Edward Johnson

11/16/67

Rochelle, Illinois

George Kenneth Koon

11/16/67

Baltimore, Maryland

Lloyd Martin Kuehn

3/9/67

Stillwater, Minnesota

Anthony Edmond Kunz

5/4/67

Kerrville, Texas

David Alfred Land

6/7/67

Panama City, Florida

Joseph Price Lipton

5/1/67

Floral Park, New York

William Wayne Lumsden

5/21/67

Compton, Maryland

Elmer Wain Mahurin

10/11/67

Goodman, Missouri

John Montague Mansfield

3/9/67

New York, New York

Benjamin H. Mason Jr.

9/4/67

Piscataway, New Jersey

Edward Charles McGrath

10/6/67

Crestview, Florida

Martin M. Mugavin

2/23/67

Cincinnati, Ohio

Richard Vaughn Myers

11/13/67

Glenmoore, Pennsylvania

Peter Joseph Nicolini

5/16/67

Chicago, Illinois

John Paul Olmstead

7/15/67

Warren, Illinois

Oscar Wayne Pierce

3/9/67

Pauls Valley, Oklahoma

Leon Lovell Poland

3/26/67

West Paris, Maine

Thomas Pretter

6/8/67

New York, New York

Gary Allen Rathbun

5/25/67

Cosmos, Minnesota

Jose Antonio Rosas

5/8/67

Weslaco, Texas

John Howard Roth

3/9/67

River Rouge, Michigan

Leroy Floyd Schyska

12/6/67

Moline, Illinois

Bobby James Shelton

9/29/67

Flag Pond, Tennessee

Gary Kenneth Smith

2/27/67

Santa Ana, California

Roland C. Smith

3/3/67

Dearborn, Michigan

Alan MacDonald Sturdy

7/2/67

Redwood City, California

Donald  Sherril Sullivan

1/29/67

Princeton, North Carolina

Jeremiah Joseph Sullivan

10/23/67

Ardmore, Pennsylvania

James Michael Sunday

9/29/67

Garfield Heights, Ohio

George Tailman

4/9/67

Huntington Beach, California

Larry Jonathan Waddell

3/9/67

Richmond, Ohio

Howard Lee Webb

6/8/67

Rehoboth, Delaware

Vernon E. Whetham

11/30/67

Glasgow, Montana

Erik Bernard Wickenberg

7/6/67

Bertha, Minnesota

Terrence D. Beck

1967

Wisconsin

Richard Michael Banaszynski

10/25/68

Pulaski, Wisconsin

James Harold Beaver

3/16/68

Bradenton, Florida

Robert Winslow Belcher

4/11/68

Winthrop, Massachusetts

James Maynard Berge

1/23/68

Portland, Oregon

James Evert Blaauw

3/22/68

Grayling, Michigan

Stephen Wesley Bowman

6/2/68

Alta Loma, California

James Boyd

2/28/68

Winston Salem, North Carolina

Martin Earl Brophy

5/5/68

Buffalo, New York

Archie Burnette Jr.

1/31/68

Aberdeen

Douglas Michael Cain

7/14/68

Sioux City, Iowa

Melvin Carrillo

3/3/68

Roswell, New Mexico

Robert Clokes

12/4/68

New York, New York

Steven Edward Collier

10/27/68

Branford, Connecticut

Bobby Dean Crawford

1/10/68

Buncombe, Illinois

Gordon Leroy Currier Jr.

1/31/68

Independence, Missouri

Kenneth John Dell

11/5/68

East Candergrift, Pennsylvania

Douglas Ovyle Duke

12/20/68

Rush Springs, Oklahoma

Russell Martin Erickson

7/24/68

Franklin Park, Illinois

Eugene Thomas Fraley

1/21/68

Lansing, Michigan

Stanley Carl Fuller

12/12/68

Fullerton, California

Claude Joseph Gaspard

5/20/68

Short Hills, New Jersey

William Roger Goudelock

3/18/68

Meridian, California

Michael A. Grieve

1/31/68

Hazel Park, Michigan

Jessie Earl Harris

1/31/68

Peoria, Illinois

Victor Reyes Hernandez

10/18/68

Fullerton, California

Wayne Bizzle Holland

10/25/68

Salemburg, North Carolina

Wilheim S. Hurksman Jr.

7/22/68

Rhinelander, Wisconsin

James Jenks

3/2/68

Concord, Michigan

Carl Irving Johnson

6/22/68

Wakefield, Michigan

Herbert Burton Johnson

7/5/68

Poughkeepsie, New York

Larry Lee Johnson

11/14/68

Anaheim, California

Richard Arthur Lane

6/16/68

Fontana, California

Edward Lesier Lawton

9/27/68

Thermopolis, West Virginia

Edward Gilbert Lee

5/13/68

Belmont, Massachusetts

Dan Victor Lindholm

9/8/68

Lindsborg, Kansas

Rodney Elmer Marrufo Jr.

5/23/68

Stewarts Point, California

Juan Patricio Martinez

5/5/68

Pueblo, Colorado

Paul Edward Mattson

4/20/68

Lake Bluff, Illinois

Robert Walter May

2/12/68

Buffalo, New York

Joseph Mark Mazzone

9/22/68

Hicksville, New York

Gary Richard McFall

9/13/68

Northridge, California

Lawrence James Mershel

5/1/68

Wayne, Pennsylvania

Leo Roland Meyer

10/5/68

Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

Timmy Larry Miller

11/24/68

Stockton, Kansas

David James Ohm

7/20/68

Alden, Minnesota

Billy Joe Parrish

5/23/68

Tacoma, Washington

Robert Paul Payne

3/18/68

Hampshire, Illinois

Marvin Robert Pearce

8/25/68

Capitola, California

Ernest Melvin Plattner

11/8/68

Marathon, New York

James Rivera

3/9/68

NewYork, New York

Charles H. Sandberg

5/13/68

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

David Russell Scott

1/24/68

Junction City, Kansas

Paul Roy Severson

8/25/68

Glenwood, Illinois

William Charles Sheldon

5/5/68

Chicago, Illinois

Ronald Eugene Sheppard

9/20/68

Webster Grove, Missouri

Edward Monroe Simpson

5/11/68

Collinsville, Illinois

Michael Francis Smith

4/28/68

Omaha, Nebraska

Robert Gene Smoot

1/5/68

Sacramento, California

Max Ray Spangler

1/12/68

Dallas, Texas

Daniel Eugene Spencer Jr.

11/12/68

Bend, Oregon

Theodore A. Sweatt

11/27/68

Terre Haute, Indiana

Robert Joseph Taranto

11/29/68

New York, New York

William Joseph Van Gorder

6/21/68

Markham, Illinois

Danny Edward Ward

6/1/68

Downey, California

David James Ward

7/4/68

Las Vegas, Nevada

John Oliver White

1/22/68

Saraland, Alabama

Alfred Evarts Whitehead

6/16/68

Harlan, Kentucky

Robert Eugene Whitten

5/8/68

Ft. Myers, Florida

Robert Helm Wood

4/9/68

Ft. Benning, Georgia

Jon Michael Young

4/4/68

San Luis Obispo, California

Robert Paul Ahern

3/30/69

Laconia, New Hampshire

Dale Robert Alcorn Jr.

9/6/69

Redondo Beach, California

Richard Michael Amick

5/12/69

Nashville, Tennessee

William Allison Anderson

11/6/69

Mt. Vernon, Alabama

Robert Dale Armstrong

1/16/69

Fayetteville, Tennessee

Mark Wayne Bell

6/9/69

Redondo, Beach, California

John Willie Bennett

10/14/69

Columbus, Ohio

Billy Howard Best

3/3/69

Baltimore, Maryland

Walter D. Browne

8/2/69

Haiku, Hawaii

Keith Charles Buckingham

2/25/69

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Alden John Bullwinkel

9/11/69

Dunellen, New Jersey

Jimmy Rea Burk

11/30/69

Littlefield, Texas

Kenneth George Burlock Jr.

9/17/69

Jacksonville, North Carolina

James Cabarubio

6/18/69

Odessa, Texas

Anthony Lorin Camp

6/4/69

Dallas, Georgia

Ralph Wilson Conners Jr.

5/22/69

Washington, D.C.

Jack Lee Conners

8/21/69

Filion, Michigan

Edward Erin Cox Jr.

2/15/69

Shreveport, Louisiana

Clarence Creaghead

5/22/69

Bessemer, Alabama

William Thomas Cumbie

2/9/69

Jacksonville, Florida

Abron Earl Davis

1/11/69

Youngstown, Ohio

George Douglas Deitrick

6/23/69

Antioch, California

Gary Gene Detrick

4/13/69

Wapakoneta, Ohio

Richard Albert Doria

8/19/69

White Plains, New York

Michael James Drobena

2/23/69

Temple, Texas

Charles Douglas Drysdale

1/26/69

Birmingham, Alabama

Lawrence Alan Esterly

7/18/69

Lisbon, Ohio

David Michael Freeman

8/11/69

Putnam, Connecticut

John Dennis Freppon

2/2/69

Cincinnati, Ohio

Theodore Louis Gyulveszi

2/10/69

Lincoln Park. Michigan

Raymon Draper Hales

7/19/69

Springville, Utah

Robert Willard Hartsock

2/23/69

Cumberland, Maryland

Padilla Luis Hilerio

2/23/69

Yonkers, New York

Richard Michael Hilt

2/13/69

 Minneapolis, Minnesota

Glynn Byron Holley

12/26/69

Midland, Texas

Dennis Karl Hoppough

7/16/69

Rochester, New York

Elmer Glenn lreland

7/1/69

Star, Idaho

Clayton Dean Jenkins

6/3/69

Pembine, Wisconsin

Steven Lee Jenkins

1/15/69

Santa Ana, California

Richard Kenneth Joecken

8/28/69

Colunbus, Ohio

James Allen Johnson

7/1/69

Jersey City, New Jersey

Andrew John Kiefhaber

2/23/69

New York, New York

Golsby Kimbrough

7/6/69

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Alexander King

1/20/69

Woodbine, Georgia

John William Kobelin II

3/6/69

Cheyenne, Wyoming

John Alan Kuefner

8/14/69

Duluth, Minnesota

Joel Conrad Loftis

6/7/69

La Marque, Texas

Gary Vaughn Lovellette

12/29/69

Fergus Falls, Minnesota

Joseph Allen Marasco

7/22/69

Somers, New York

Paul LaFontaine Marchant

10/18/69

Moline, Illinois

Mark Duane Marshall

3/29/69

South Eucid, Ohio

Kenneth Martin

3/5/69

Kalamazoo, Michigan

Ronald James Matel

6/9/69

Duluth, Minnesota

James John Morrison

2/2/69

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Michael R. Munch

5/13/69

Council Bluffs, Iowa

Robert Norman Norris

12/19/69

Towanda, Pennsylvania

Joseph Anthony Nurzynski

5/12/69

Buffalo, New York

Robert Larry Oaks

11/11/69

Lamesa, Texas

Charles David Orsua

7/15/69

Sunnyvale, California

Gilbert Gonzales Palacio

5/6/69

San Antonio, Texas

John Michael Piasecki

11/29/69

Chicago, Illinois

Paul Wandling Plambeck Jr.

11/29/69

Austin, Texas

Thomas Wayne Quinn

4/4/69

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Virgil Jessie Roberts

1/22/69

Aztec, New Mexico

Charles John Robinson

1/7/69

East Hampton, Massachusetts

Michael Thomas Rowe

2/19/69

Statesboro, Georgia

David Brennan Schachner

5/14/69

Charlotte, North Carolina

Pete Sprule Segundo

9/5/69

Oceano, California

William Jess Sims

7/16/69

Compton, Arizona

Concepcion Jose Soto

5/6/69

New York, New York

John Paul Southwick

10/19/69

Spokane, Washington

Herbert Hoover Sweat Jr.

2/21/69

Palatka, Florida

James C. Tosh III

8/21/69

Mobile, Alabama

James Michael Triplett

4/17/69

Orlando, Florida

Garson Franklin White

2/13/69

Sontag, Mississippi

Richard Daniel Winningham

1/7/69

Battle Creek, Michigan

Gary Paul Baker

5/11/70

Monroe City, Missouri

Peter Claus Behrens

12/4/70

Newburg, Missouri

Charles Douglas Blair

5/14/70

Orlando, Florida

Willie Bozier, Jr.

7/9/70

New York, New York

Hilburn M. Burdette

7/12/70

Simpsonville, South Carolina

Joseph A. Carinci

12/30/70

Derby, Connecticut

Darrell Lee Colford

11/8/70

West Chicago, Illinois

Michael Lee Conklin

6/24/70

Midland, Michigan

Jack William Conner

4/4/70

El Monte, California

Eligah Lamar Davis

4/5/70

Cecil, Georgia

Thomas Drum

3/4/70

Johnson City, New York

William Martin Dunning

6/22/70

Bridgeport, Connecticut

Robert William Elliott

8/9/70

Woodbury, New Jersey

Richard Edward Ford

1/18/70

Surf City, New Jersey

Jeffrey Alexander Freeman

4/8/70

Lakewood, Ohio

Jerry Guy Giberson

6/20/70

Donnellson, Iowa

William Donald Griffin II

12/15/70

Pontiac, Michigan

David Lee Hatcher

11/12/70

New York, New York

Larry David Hicks

9/24/70

St. Ann, Missouri

Stephen Edward Jesko

10/16/70

Hereford, Texas

Roger Thomas Lagodzinski

5/19/70

Buffalo, New York

Frederick Richard Levins

6/16/70

Naples, Florida

David Byron Magruder

5/16/70

Utica, New York

Walter Lawrence Maurer

11/1/70

Whittier, California

Donald William Mcintosh

11/8/70

Hutchinson, Kansas

Rodney Kenneth Mills

5/5/70

Alma, Michigan

William Andrew Montano

11/19/70

Deer Park, New York

Tim Edwin Newell

9/9/70

Des Moines, Iowa

David Alan Nudenberg

11/12/70

Caldwell, New Jersey

Irving Geon Park

3/6/70

Ft. Wayne, Indiana

Carter Parker Jr.

10/24/70

Monroeville, Alabama

Terry John Payne

8/5/70

La Crosse, Wisconsin

Harry Thomas Petersen

11/9/70

 Salt Lake City, Utah

Peter Pulaski Jr.

1/4/70

Howard Beach, New York

Michael James Randolf

3/29/70

Cumberland, Maryland

Billy Harrison Ratliff

9/24/70

Pomeroyton, Kentucky

William Clayton Ray

7/4/70

De Mossville, Kentucky

Robert David Rhodes

5/27/70

Scituate, Massachusetts

Richard Michael Schwab

9/6/70

Medford, Oregon

Stephen Jay W. Smith

6/21/70

Convoy, Ohio

Winfred Lee Smith

6/8/70

Greenville, Virginia

Michael L. Thibodeaux

7/19/70

Crowley, Louisiana

Michael Anthony Vancosky

5/4/70

Scranton, Pennsylvania

Michael Joseph Yeager

4/8/70

Baltimore, Maryland

Lawrence Wayne Yochum

2/13/70

Burney, California

Earl Duane Barkley

11/9/71

Indian Head, Pennsylvania

Richard Maurice Beauregard

4/24/71

Woonsocket, Rhode Island

Gordon Lee Crawford

2/1/71

Ft. Wayne, Indiana

Christopher Zeno Czamota

3/22/71

Perth Amboy, New Jersey

Alan Eunice Davis

3/21/71

Tulare, California

Ronald Lee Evans

4/29/71

Morrow, Ohio

Ronald Dean Karau

3/20/71

Lewisville, New Mexico

Robert Normand Lebrun

3/22/71

Woonsocket, Rhode Island

Stephen Lee Lindsay

1/24/71

Shreveport, Louisiana

James Paul Markey Jr.

1/26/71

Warminster, Pennsylvania

Clifford Wayne M arshall

2/19/71

Richmond, Kentucky

Glenn Weldon McCarty

2/20/71

Texas City, Texas

James Bruce McLaughlin

4/16/71

Bangor, Maine

James Albert Michael

2/13/71

Gainesville, Georgia

Howard David Payne III

4/27/71

Doraville, Georgia

Richard Charles Porter

1/24/71

Hanover, New Hampshire

Dennis Robert Schossow

1/22/71

Sheldon, North Dakota

James Michael Selix

10/30/71

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Mark Randall Taylor

6/2/71

Chesterton, Indiana

Joseph Alvin Teresinski

2/6/71

Oneida, Wisconsin

John Leroy Truesdell

3/20/71

Enid, Oklahoma

Rex Alan Vogelpohl

1/11/71

Butler, Indiana

Phillip Randall

7/7/72

Cornelia, Georgia

Gerald W. Fritz

5/13/75

Junction, Texas

Faleagafula IIaoa

5/13/75

San Francisco, California

Dennis W. London

5/13/75

Sparks, Nevada

 
 
                                                                  
 
 
 
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