James William Spivey
Private First Class
K CO, 3RD BN, 5TH MARINES, 1ST MARDIV, III MAF
United States Marine Corps
Fort Meade, Florida
June 27, 1948 to January 21, 1969
JAMES W SPIVEY is on the Wall at Panel W34, Line 54

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25 Dec 2004

I have heard so much about you from other family members and friends. From what I have heard, you would have been a great uncle to look up to. You made the ultimate sacrifice of your life to spare millions of other people's lives. I want to say Thank You! You might be gone from this world but you left a legacy behind in the people who really cared about you. You live on in all of us and we will never forget you or what you did for this country. We all love you! God Bless You.

Love, Your Nephew,
James Spivey


 

A Note from The Virtual Wall

Kilo Company, 3/5 Marines, lost seven men on 21 January 1969:
  • LCpl Dale L. Kagebein, Midlothian, IL
  • Pfc Diego Amador, Chicago, IL
  • Pfc Victor W. Bullard, Northridge, CA
  • Pfc Michael A. Radziecki, Warren, MI
  • Pfc Mariano Ribillia, Puunene, HI (Silver Star)
  • Pfc James W. Spivey, Fort Meade, FL
  • Pfc John W. Vowles, Cherry Valley, IL

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