84th Engineer Battalion (Construction)
"The soldiers whose names are listed below are our fallen brothers. These
names are not listed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial for they have
passed since their return home. So we have created this area
to honor them."
Please, If you have information about a fallen brother from the 84th Engineer Battalion, or one of the attached units, please contact us. Contact us click here
Name / Location
DeNault,Walter (Brook) LasVegas,Nevada
Graf, Thomas Illinois
Green, Richard L.
Hyde, Terry Wells, Nevada
Lee, Joseph New Orleans,Louisiana
Jim Sabo Sr.
Oswald L Bradshaw
Gregg Parker, Calfornia
Jack J. Tarrance Ret
Parres M. Dozier
Charles W. Nix
Marty Spiller Click here to read his obituary
CW2 Walter Lockard
Cpt. Victor J. Polich
May 4 2003
Dec. 20 2003
Jan 23, 2006
Feb 24, 2006
July 21, 1975
Dec 13, 2004
Sept 10, 2002
HHC.84th EBC 70-72
A Co. 84th EBC 68-69
D Co. 84th EBC 67-68
B. Co. 84th EBC 66-67
B. Co.84th EBC 70-71
B. Co. 84th EBC 70-71
B Co 84th EBC
HHC 84th EBC 68 - 70
A Co 84th EBC 71
A Co 84th EBC 67 - 68
C Co 84th EBC 68 - 69
A Co 84th EBC 68 - 69
D Co 84th EBC 65 - 66
D Co 84th EBC
B Co 84th EBC 69 - 70
B Co 84th EBC 68 -69
1 Sgt 84th EBC 70 - 71
B Co 84th EBC 70 - 71
B Co 84th EBC 70 - 71
D Co 84th EBC 66 - 67
A Company 70 - 71
HHC 66 - 67
James A Browning
Harold F. Pendergrass Jr.
John T. Clouse
John T. Clouse
| Gerald (Jerry) A. Spores, 61, of Sparta died Thursday, January 5, 2006 at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Tomah. He was born on June 23, 1944 in Helena, MT He grew up in Whitefish, MT and moved with his family to Bellingham, WA. He graduated from Bellingham High School in 1962. He attended Squaget Valley College.
Gerald enlisted in the U.S. Army and served from 1964 until 1997.
He served his country for three tours in Viet Nam, and received the following: Bronze Service Medal / Army Commendation Medal / Army Good Conduct Medal-2 / Viet Nam Service Medal / National Defense Service Medal-2 / Viet Nam Campaign Medal / Overseas Service Ribbon-6 / Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon-4 / Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal-3 / Expert Infantry Badge / Army Achievement Medal-2 / Army Service Ribbon / Armed Forces Reserve Medal.
During his career he was particulary proud of earning his Drill Sgt. Hat. At the end of his career he was SGM of the 88th ARCOM out of Fort Snelling and the acting CMS of the 3-3 (Old Guard) out of Fort Snelling.
He maintained his wonderful sence of humor through his long illness and never complained. He loved his family dearly and he loved his country.
|Richard Perkins||November 10, 2006||523rd.Eng. Port Const.
HHC. 84th 68 - 69
|Richard McCorrison - Lois Perkins|
|Howard Floyd Phinney||Paul Farley|
|William "Bill" Berg
||August 11, 2009||C Company 67 - 68||Nancy Berg|
|James Goldsmith||October 3, 2009||A Company 1965||Klim Nessmith|
|James Goldsmith searved with A Co 84th EBC during 1965, Qhin Nhon, he was the Past National Commander in Chief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars 2001-2002. He died October 3, 2009, fron spinal, colon and lung cancer. I was provided this information by Past National Commander in Chief John Gqesdak 2000-2001, John and I are members in the VFW ,Georgia. Klim Nessmith A Co 84th EBC 1969.|
|Richard A. Hassett||January 8, 2010||536th PC July 70 - Feb 72||Dan Toomey|
|Keith Anderson||September 14, 2004||HHC||
|Mike Callahan||Feburary 2010||Ken Deardorff|
||Feburary 2011||D Company Operation Duke||Richard Sharp|
||July 20, 2004||HHC 84th EBC 68-69||Paul Farley|
|SFC(Ret) Guy T Bennett
||May 6, 2012||Company C, D, 536 PC||His Son|
|Harold Ridings||Apr 27, 2003||B Company 71 - 72||John Dixon|
|Richard Sharp||Mar 2, 2014||D Company and 299 Combat Engineers||Kristine Sharp|
||April 2010||A Company||Paul Bylin|
|Donald Clement||Unknown||B Company||jd Poss|
|J.J. Freeman||June 2013||B Company 65||jd Poss and JJ Freemans Daughter|
|William Scott||2014||B Company 69 - 70||Rick Wallner|
|Jerry Mernink||2012 ??||A Company||Jerry Brown, Paul Bylin|
|James F. Powers (Jimbo)||July 6, 2013||D Company (Operation Duke)||Tom Ford|
|James F. Powers, 66
AUBURN, MA/VERMONT - James F. "Jimmy" Powers, 66, of West Burke, Vermont, formerly of Auburn, MA died peacefully in his home on Sunday, July 7, 2013. He was born in Worcester, MA on January 29, 1947 to the late Walter J. Powers and Mary G. (Benoit) Barriere. He lived in Auburn where he attended Auburn High School before deploying for Vietnam serving his country proudly with the United States Army. He had worked for more than 20 years as a Machinist for Thermo Electron in Auburn before retiring and moving to Vermont.
James is survived by his devoted wife, Peggy A. (Hummel) Powers; three cherished daughters, Pamela M. D'Alio and husband, Michael of Oxford, Patricia M. Groat and husband, Bryson of Palm Desert, CA and Paula M. Borci of North Oxford; a loving sister, Deborah A. Orsi and husband, David of Auburn; two brothers, Richard R. Powers of Auburn and Frederick T. Powers and wife, Rona of Douglas. He was the deeply loved Papa of Courtney and Michael D'Alio, Anthony and Dani Borci and Brianna Groat. James was also survived by Marie "Nana" Carney; an uncle, aunts and several nieces and nephews.
James enjoyed being outdoors, loved hunting and fishing and spending time with his family. He was an avid collector of Historical Memorabilia. He was a member and past Post Commander of the Chester P. Tuttle American Legion Post in Auburn, a member of the American Legion Post in Island Pond Vermont and a member of the Auburn Elks.
Relatives and friends are invited to visit with James' family on Thursday, July 11, 2013 from 4-7 PM in the Britton-Wallace Funeral Home, 91 Central Street, Auburn. His funeral will be from the funeral home on Friday, July 12, 2013 with a funeral Mass at 10 AM in Saint Joseph's Church, 189 Oxford Street, Auburn. Burial with military honors will follow in Hillside Cemetery, Auburn. Donations in his memory can be made to Veterans Inc., 69 Grove Street, Worcester, MA 01605. To leave a note of condolence for the family or to view his Book of Memories, please visit, www.brittonfuneralhomes.com
|Pablo Alvira Jr., A sympathy card was sent to his wife, Juanita, and a monetary donation in his honor was made to the Vietnam Veterans of America.” “Never Daunted” Rick Wallner Chair 84th EBC Reunion Group||Feb 13, 2015||D Company||Paul Farley|
|COL Ralph T. Garver (ret.)||Aug 9,2015||HQ||jd Poss|
|1st LT William J. Spitler||Aug 28, 2015||D Company||Paul Bylin|
|SFC Retired Alan E. Dodge||June 10, 2015||B Company||Richard Haffey|