"A MAN IS NOT DEAD UNTIL HE IS FORGOTTEN"
SP5 JOSEPH CALDWELL YEATER, III
SP5 Joseph Yeater was born in Wheeling, West Virginia and died in
Guyton, Georgia. Joseph was cremated and his ashes returned to his family who posted
the following message:
"Joey as we called Joseph loved to shoot pool and spend
lazy days at the river. He also loved St Patrick's Day and loved it when his
brother Henry came to spend it with him. He was the Husband of Tina and a father
to a son (Jay). God took him too early and he is missed very much."
From his sister: Faye Bunton [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Joseph C. Yeater, lll was my brother. He was born in Wheeling W.V. but
lived all his life in Savannah Ga., until he moved to Guyton Ga. where he
passed. He passed on July 26, 2004 and was cremated... I have his ashes.
Joseph served in the 281st and is remembered by his
JAMES K YAMAMOTO
James Served in the 6th Aviation Platoon (Fangs) as a SP4 Crew Chief in 1965 and later moved to Nha Trang as part of the unit consolidations that formed the 281st. AHC. James was born in California and along with his family lived in a Relocation camp during WWII. James passed away at age 55 in California and is interned in the Sutter Cemetery, Sutter County. California. His wife Geraldine passed away in 2003.
SP4 RALPH YOUNG
Ralph served in the 281ST and rose to the rank of SP4. He is interned in the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, Plot: Section 51 Site 308. He was survived by his wife, Tia Marie Young who passed away in 2013. The Intruder Family shall always remember Ralph.
WO ROGER A YOUNG, Jr.