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Adam Thomas Avery Weber Barry “Dumpster” Trexler Bernie
Adam Thomas
Avery Weber
Barry “Dumpster” Trexler
Bernie Edelman
Bill Elliott
Bill Fortner
Bill Franks
Bill Gehrig
Blue Shamrock Country Club
Brent Connolly
Brian Gnas
Bryan Fortner
Carl Lattimore
Carol Muffley
Charles Sutphin
Charlie “Deezal” Korpics
Chris Roe
Christopher Ryan
Christy Hennsy
Chuck Snyder
Cigar International
Cody Eckhart
Conrad Abelovsky
Country View Diner
Curt Dimmick
Curt Tamandle
Dale Truscott
Dan Burnett
Dan Stoudt. Jr.
Daniel Drosnock
Dave Gradwohl
Dave Klemmer-PGA Superstore
Dawn Mullaney
Debbie Weirbach
Dennis & Beki Reagan
Dennis Meixsell
Denny Williams
Dirk Postapak
Donnie Merkle
Doug Pentco
Douglas Lyons
Ed Bucznyski
Ed Litsinger
Ed Wychock
Eddie Krauss
Edwin Krauss
Eric Tamandl
Erin Kametz
Fightin Phils-Reading
Florence Schadler
Franco Maffei
Fred Hutterer
Gary Bucznyski
Gary Gower
George & Jen Stilgenbauer
Glen Eberts
Golf Galaxy
Golf Tec Bethlehem
Greg “Eezee” Smith
Greg Kelly
Greg Sommers
Herman Gestl
Howard Chaundry
James Bujcs
James Rice
Jason Eberts
Jason Glendenmeyer
Jay Merchan
Jeff Dornbach
Jim Campanaro
Jim McCall
Jim Sikora
Jim Suchon
Jim Sylvester
Jimmy Bens
The Traveling Vietnam Wall is a 3/5 scale of the Vietnam Memorial
in Washington DC, it stands six feet tall at the center and covers almost 300 feet from end to end.
This Traveling Memorial stands as a reminder of the great sacrifices
made during the Vietnam War. It was made for the purpose of helping heal and rekindle friendships and to allow people the opportunity to visit loved ones in their home town who otherwise may not be
able to make the trip to Washington.
HOW TO FIND NAMES ON THE WALL
The names are arranged chronologically by date of casualty. The
first names appear at the center of the wall at the top of panel 1E.
The panels are filled like pages of a journal listing the men and
women’s names as they fell. Upon reaching the farthest east end of
the memorial at panel 70E, the pattern continues from the far west
end of the memorial at panel 70W, continuing back to the center at
panel 1W. In this manner, the memorial evokes a theme of closure
or completion; the first are with the last.
Joe Casciano
Joe Sylvester
John Blair
John Buckwalter
John Cullen
John Kegel
John Koch-Vietnam Veteran
John Schweizer
John Sylvester
Joseph Richter
Judy Baggest
Ken & Christine Jones
Kevin Hoffman
King Kone
Kirk ,Amy, Sadie, and Elias Decker
Larry Thomas
Lehighton Kia
Lenny Flurer
Lester Steigerwalt
Linda Cullen
Lori Lewis
Lorraine Pauling
Lucy Lennon
LV Iron Pigs
Lynda Gehris
Mahoning Valley Country Club
Mark Anthony
Matthew Lyons
Michael Baran
Michael Beradyn
Michael Borso
Michael Lawryk
Michael Mann
Michael Sylvester
Mike Ryan
Olin Lyons
Paul Auger
Paul Yoder
Phil Kyle
Platz's
Post #576
Primeau Studios
Randy Williams
Richard Moore
Robby Gehres
Robert Sipple
Roger & Carolyn Nickol
Ron Flurer
Rosanna's Restaurant-Bethlehem, PA
Russell Keim
Ryan Buss
Ryan Stilgenbauer
Sandra Reagan
Scott Dipippa
Scott Lyons
Service Electric Cable TV
Shawn Rice
Southmoore Golf Course
Stan Heckman
Steve Kerbacher
Steve VanBlargan
Sunny's Pizza
Ted Wolff
Terry Reiss
The Neff Family
The Trapp Family
The Wanderers-Bethlehem
Tim “Sarge” Parsons
Tom & Judy Davis
Tom Smith
Tom Torcivia
Tom Zeitner
Vinnie Sylvester
Warren Moll
Whitetail Golf Club
Woodstone Country Club
Woody Knecht
Northampton Counties KIA to be honored and remembered during
this Candlelight Service. As their names are called out, family/friends
will be escorted to the Wall to place a rose and candle by their loved
ones name. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Master of Ceremonies—Kirk Decker-Cub Scout Pack 50
& Brian Gnas-Boy Scout Troop 33
Posting of Colors: The Bath Legion
Pledge of Allegiance: Moore Township Boys Scouts & Cub Scouts
National Anthem: Benjamin Crane
Invocation: Pastor Donald Brown-Salem UCC of Moorestown
Welcoming Remarks: Kirk Decker-Cub Scout Pack 50
& Brian Gnas-Boy Scout Troop 33
Guest Speakers: Marcia Hahn-PA State Representative, Julie Harhart-PA State Representative and Mario Scavello-PA Senator
"A Letter From My Brother": Sandra Reagan
Benediction: Pastor Donald Brown-Salem UCC of Moorestown
Retire Colors: Moore Township Boy Scouts & Cub Scouts
DENNIS R ANDREW—6E, 28
DONALD BALKIT—52E, 2
THOMAS A BECKER—30W, 51
ANTHONY J BELLETTI—40W, 17
ALAN W BONNEY—20E, 100
BRADLEY L BOSWELL—7W, 65
ALAN L BRACKEN—14W, 64
DAVID T BREEN—35W, 75
ROBERT A BUTZ—2E, 20
LESLIE A CHAMBERLAIN—22E, 23
LESLIE C COUCH—5E, 17
GERALD E DAVIS—23E, 74
JACK E DERRICO—46E, 31
JAMES B DETRIXHE—5E, 71
VICTOR L DODDY—51W, 3
RICHARD W FALK—43W, 61
STANLEY S FENNER—21W, 82
FORREST J FLYTE—59W, 2
JOSEPH P FRY—12E, 82
WILLIAM T GIBSON—56W, 21
MICHAEL S GOZDAN—27E, 60
WALTER W HARING—15E, 44
DONALD F HARTZELL JR—13W, 59
RAY G HAWK—50W, 24
FRANK R HOLLAND—17E, 35
LARRY M HORNER—8W, 2
CHARLES W HORVATH—26E, 45
WILLIAM J HOUSTON—43W, 63
WILLIAM E HUFF—41E, 22
JAMES L KACHLINE—20E, 96
EDWARD J KEGLOVITS—17E, 72
RONALD E KEGLOVITS—25E, 47
RICHARD A KELLER—22W, 66
ROBERT C KELLER—11E, 79
ROBERT C KERCSMAR—25W, 50
DONALD R KILPATRICK—18W, 24
CRAIG G KLOTZ—17W, 23
ANTHONY F KORPICS—12E, 98
RICHARD R LYNN—45E, 24
EDWARD K MARSH—3E, 131
PATRICK E MCDANIEL—10W, 122
WAYNE T MOLL—27E, 86
EDWARD C MORROW—7W, 34
DENNIS L MOYER—29W, 12
EDWARD P MULLINS—40W, 45
LARRY L NEFF—51E, 10
ELIEZER ORTIZ—60W, 21
CURTIS R PATTON—37E, 26
RONALD J PETERS— 4W, 132
STANLEY F PONIKTERA JR—64W, 14
GERALD J PYSHER—20E, 98
CHESTER J RADGOWSKI JR—58E, 25
TERRY J RAMPULLA—50E, 20
PETER E REECE—27W, 58
MICHAEL G ROMANCHUK—13E, 81
ROBERT S RUCH—3E, 7
TIMOTHY R SCHROEDER—42E, 72
RICHARD J SEXTON II—13W, 16
ALBERT SHILLER—47E, 43
ROBERT M SOPKO— 64W, 16
ANTHONY R TORCIVIA—39W, 5
DONALD B TOTH—1E, 17
MICHAEL H YARTYMYK—29E, 79
ROBERT M WARREN—26E, 33
JEROME V ZERFASS—14E, 42
FRANKLIN F WEAVER—6E, 87
POW/MIAs
CHESTER E WORMAN JR—4E, 29
ROBERT A NICKOL—2W, 52
EDWARD F YAPSUGA JR—13W, 109
RICHARD L WHITTEKER—46E, 51