Glenn Raymond Gordon

Private First Class
Army of the United States
24 April 1948 - 03 March 1969
Abington, Massachusetts
Panel 30W Line 023



Purple Heart, National Defense, Vietnam Service, Vietnam Campaign

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18 Nov 2006

I am writing here in remembrance of my brother Glenn, a very kind and loving young man who I will always remember and cherish in my heart.

Though I was only 7 years old when he was lost I will always remember the love and kindness with which he treated me.

I remember how he would read to me, and walk me to the library. How he would comfort me by telling me though he was going to a war which I didn't understand, he would try his best to return to us his family and to me his little sister.

I wish with all my heart that would have come to be. I can only state that not a day goes by that I don't think of him with love.

Glenn was too young to go to a war but he went because he felt it was his duty to go. God bless him and all the other brave ones who went to that war. There was so much life lost and lives shattered. My heart will always go out to those who suffered the loss of a loved one in Vietnam. God bless you, Glenn, and I know in my heart our family will be united again in heaven, where there will be no more pain, sorrow, lonliness, or fear. I love you always, your sister Paula

From his sister,
Paula S Butterworth

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his sister,
Paula S Butterworth

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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 18 Nov 2006
Last updated 11/28/2006