William Arthur Stacy, Jr

Army of the United States
07 March 1941 - 21 March 1966
Silver Spring, Maryland
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Army Ranger

Combat Infantry

Purple Heart, National Defense, Vietnam Service, Vietnam Campaign
William A Stacy

Photo courtesy of BGen Ramon Ong

The database page for William Arthur Stacy, Jr

7 Jul 2001

It is with deep gratitude we are remembering you and all the others who served and died in times of war so that we may enjoy the Freedom and Liberties that make the United States of America great.

From a West Point Classmate, USMA 1963,
Clark T. Ballard, Jr, M D, Col U S Army Ret
66 Leschi Drive, Steilacoom, WA 98388-1514

04 May 2002

A final salute to a fine American
and my West Point Classmate.

From a Vietnam veteran,
Ramon M. Ong
Brigadier General (Ret)
Armed Forces of the Philippines
USMA Class of 1963


21 April 2003

Bill Stacy lived up the street from me at Lake Quivira, Kansas City, Kansas.
He was very intelligent, humorous, and of a
professional nature in the years we went to school together and
attended Boy Scout Troop 191. I miss him deeply, often, and our
good friend Rex Lee Craig, who also died in Vietnam!

From a friend, fellow Boy Scout, and schoolmate,
Robert Ray Hedges
293 N 89A, Sedona AZ 86336

26 Dec 2005

I had the honor of meeting Bill at Culver Military Academy, a college prep military school located in Culver, Indiana.

Bill, in addition to being a great guy, became an example and an inspiration to all his friends. From day one he expressed a desire to go to West Point upon graduation from Culver. By his military attitude and high sense of discipline no one doubted that his career would be military service.

A few days ago I heard he was killed in Vietnam in 1966. I had no idea and was greatly saddened by what I heard. Bill was one of my very best friends at Culver Military Academy.

From a friend,
Juan M Bilbao Gomez-Waddington
Panama City, Panama

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