Roger Lee Acree

Private First Class
Army of the United States
10 July 1947 - 14 July 1967
Cincinnati, Ohio
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Combat Infantry

Purple Heart, National Defense, Vietnam Service, Vietnam Campaign

The database page for Roger Lee Acree

14 Sep 2004

To My Brother Roger Acree

I remember the day you left - it was on Easter Sunday. I also remember the time you chased off a boy who came to see me because you thought he was bad for me ... Thanks, it turned out he was very bad.

I remember the night they came to tell us you were missing. I received a birthday letter from you - mine was the 7th of July and yours was the 10th. I got the letter on the 14th and then a few hours later you were dead. You know, if you were here now and saw what a mess the US is in - well, good thing you're not. I love you and miss you.

Your sister Kathy

30 Jan 2006

Dear Roger,

It will be 39 years this July 2006 since you gave your life
for the USA. I miss and love you every day of my life.
I wish you could meet my children, I named my son after you.
I know you are watching from heaven with Grandma.

I do want to get in contact with Dennis Ingram,
who was with you the day you died.
If any one knows this man, contact me.

I will see you soon.
Love, your sister
Donna Acree Dittelberger
3032 Carroll Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45248

A Note from The Virtual Wall

C Company, 1/26th Infantry, lost three men on 14 July 1967:
  • SP4 Daniel R. Flansaas, Loomis, CA
  • SP4 Kenneth M. Schramel, St Cloud, MN
  • PFC Roger L. Acree, Cincinnati, OH

The point-of-contact for this memorial is
his sister,
Kathy Sharp
14 Sep 2004

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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
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