Bruce Calvin Christian
Specialist Four
Army of the United States
Snohomish, Washington
July 31, 1947 to September 08, 1968
BRUCE C CHRISTIAN is on the Wall at Panel W44, Line 1

Bruce C Christian
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17 Nov 2007

Bruce - I miss you still after all this time. I cannot believe that it has been 39 years. I will see you sometime. You are still the love of my life. CDB

From his girlfriend,
Colleen Jones
1841 S W 87th Terrace, Davie, Florida 33324

18 Nov 2007

Sp. 4 Bruce C. Christian, U.S. Army, 21 719 Mill St. was killed in action 8 Sep (1968) when hit by a rocket in Vietnam. He died at Camp Evans, north of Hue. Christian was a member of the 8th Combat Engineers of the First Air Cavalry Division. He had been in Vietnam since 8 Jan (1968), and in the Army for a year. a 1966 Snohomish High School graduate, Christian was born in Brooklyn. He was an Eagle Scout and president of the Luther League at Christ the King Lutheran Church, Snohomish. In addition to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Christian, he leaves his sister, Katherin, and brother, Karl; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Favae Lamphere of Shonomish and maternal grandfather, Murl Harpham of Summit City CA. Services: Saturday, 1 pm Christ the King Lutheran Church, Snohomish, Pastor Olaf A. Anderson officiating; burial, Gar Cemetery.

Everett (Washington) Herald, 1968

Courtesy of
Darilee Bednar

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A Note from The Virtual Wall

C Company, 8th Engineers, lost two men in a rocket attack on Camp Evans on 08 Sep 1968 - SP4 Bruce C. Christian and SP4 Mickey L. Swatsley of Mount Carmel, Illinois.

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