In Remembrance


On August 8, the late General Richard Fazakerley received full honors provided by the Army, his branch of service. These honors included an escort platoon, a military band, and a caisson. As a General, he was eligible for and received an 11-gun cannon salute.

On August 8, the late General Richard Fazakerley received full honors provided by the Army, his branch of service. These honors included an escort platoon, a military band, and a caisson. As a General, he was eligible for and received an 11-gun cannon salute.​

The Blinded Veterans Association deeply regrets the passing of the following blinded veterans.

Central California R.G:
AJ Yates

Connecticut Regional Group:
Benjamin F. Wells

Florida Regional Group:
Paul Buccheri
Dorothy I. Dube
Warren Lee Fuller
Warren S. Harriman
William G. Huggins
Bruce D. West

Georgia Group:
Louise D. Smith

Heartland Regional Group:
Chester R. Leidy

Indiana Group:
Jackie Lee Pope

Louisiana Group:
Arnold L. Davis
Robert C. Turner

Mid-Atlantic Group:
Livingston V. Cummings
Theodoro Maldonado
Brendan P. Ridge
Ronald R. Starcher

Minnesota:
Herman J. Wittsack

From the Mountain States Regional Group:
Stephen D. Miller

Nebraska Regional Group:
John Goodhard
Leonard Jefferson

New Jersey:
John T. Dalsey

Northern Arizona Regional Group:
James A. Harrison

Ohio Regional Group:
Daniel P. Cross

Pennsylvania Regional Group:
Frank Bzorek
Joe E. Day
Michael P. Hegarty
Walter Tarwacki

From the Puerto Rico Regional Group:
Juan Olmeda Rivera

Rhode Island/Southeast Massachusetts Regional Group:
Leonard P. Bucci
Robert B. Colburn
William O. Gall
John D. Marchand, Jr.

Rio Grande Group:
Jose Dominguez
Thomas C. Fraser
Rudy Ortiz
Felix R. Waller

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