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Posted: 6/16/2017
Name: Jim Regan
Message: R.I.P. Ranger Bill. A good friend, and comrade. Jim RLTW/L&P PS; Change in my e-mail address;

Posted: 6/16/2017
Name: Chuck Windham, Vice Chairman
Message: Bill Anton, Platoon Leader, and Acting C O of Hotel Company, Ranger Hall of Fame Member, former President of the 75th Ranger Association has passed away in Las Vegas. Bill died from cancer, which has claimed so many Vietnam Vets. God rest him.

Posted: 6/5/2017
Name: Brian Cunningham
Message: Rest In Peace, Ranger Cavander...

Posted: 6/4/2017
Name: Bob Suchke - Treasurer
Message: Rangers, I just received some sad news. One of our members, John Cavender, has passed away. John was a Ranger School Graduate of Class 02-60. He served in Vietnam with Military Assistance and Advisory Group in 1962-1963 and later with the 101st Airborne Division and the 25th Infantry Division. He was a Ranger Instructor here in Dahlonega 1966-1967. John was a great guy and very active in the Appalachian trail Project. I don't have any further details about funeral services. Please keep his family in your prayers. The Big Ranger in the sky just received another fine soldier. John, we will see you on the high ground. RLTW!

Posted: 6/4/2017
Name: Bob Williams
Message: The Murphy Family would like to extend an open invitation for any 1st Ranger Battalion Family to join them this Monday (5 June) to celebrate the life of SPC Etienne J. Murphy.

Funeral Services will take place at the 1st Baptist Church of Atlanta, 4400 N. Peachtree Road, Atlanta GA, 30338 starting at 10am. There will be a reception by the church congregation immediately following.

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