Randy Roy MuellerCorporal
D CO, 2ND BN, 47TH INF RGT, 9 INF DIV
Army of the United States
14 March 1950 - 03 March 1969
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The database page for Randy Roy Mueller
Randy was on a military watercraft dredging operation in Long An Province, Vietnam, when the area came under a hostile rocket mortar attack (Ben Phuoc). He was hit by fragments from an enemy explosive device. He served in Vietnam from October 2, 1968 to March 3, 1969, the day he was killed in action. He was awarded the Bronze Star, the Military Merit Medal, Gallantry Cross with Palm, Purple Heart and Oak Leaf Cluster.
I, Randy's mother, would like to thank Sgt. Milland L. Dearing for being Randy's escort. Thank you and God bless. May you live in peace.
Randy had a heart of gold, a sense of humor and was very thoughtful of others. We will miss him more than words could ever express.
Randy is survived by his mother, Janice E. Dahlke, and his two sisters, Peggy Ann Janzer and Pamela Lynn Dahlke, whom he loved very much. He is also survived by two nieces and two nephews who will never know him.
In Memory of RandyALL TO MYSELF I think of you,
Think of the things you used to do,
Think of the things you used to say,
Yes, dear, I think of each happy yesterday.
Sometimes I sigh, sometimes I smile,
We miss you. Love forever.
In memory of Randy. I think of him often, and also of his gold star mother, Janice Dahlke. Please know that Randy is in my thoughts and prayers. Gert's daughter, Leona.
From a family friend,
May God rest your soul in the highest heaven for all the young who died in war. May your mother and family always remember you with a smile.
From a veteran.
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Last updated 08/10/2009