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IN MEMORY OF MY BROTHER

BERNARD FRED FELCH 1950-1996 GONE, BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN

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Freddy left school to join the service and serve his country.

At that time is was the popular thing to do.

He volunteered for Vietnam. Shortly after he got there

he was blown up by a landmine and in the hospital for a while.

Eventually he was given an honorable discharge and sent home.

He also received a Purple Heart.

Fred suffered ireparable damage to numerous parts of his body

and he was never the same again, mentally or physically.

He suffered from depression, terrible nightmares, eczema, sores,

and what he tried for years to prove was exposure to agent orange.

When he finally died in a deplorable veterans hospital

he looked twice his age. He was also an incurable alcoholic.

The VietNam Veterans' Memorial Wall Page
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