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The 549th MP Co (Svc) Honor Roll

Listed below are the names of past members of the 549th Military Police Company (Service) who have passed away before their time, and are now among "God's Soldiers"

All were members back during the years 1962 -1965

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NAME BORN DIED CIRCUMSTANCES
Frederick O Jones 1940 1971 KIA, Pleiku, Vietnam
Ross W Fue 1923 1999 Blood Related Problems
Philip W Marquis 1944 1991 Heart Failure/Attack
Warren O Riley 1944 1966 Auto Accident/Car
Robert J Abrams 1932 1998 Heart Failure/Attack
William Lamontagne 1935 2001 Cancer Related
John S Badura 1938 1996 Kidney Cancer
William R Plowman 1938 2003 Phenomena, Blood & Kidney Infection
Arnold H Stolz 1928 2003 Stroke/Heart Attack
Thomas G Irwin 1931 2006 Cancer Related
Clifford R Harris 1940 2012 Health Related
Ercle D Greenhill (Greenie) 1940 2012 Cancer Related
Charles D Shelton (Chuck) 1939 2014 Cancer Related
Leslie E Fleming (Bud) 1939 2014 Cancer Related
George Smith 1941 2018 Esophageal Cancer and Pulmonary Fibrosis
Mickey Anas 1936 2018 Long term illness
Sue Fleming 1947 2018 COPD

The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.
He maketh me to lie down in green pastures,
He leadeth me beside the still waters.
He restoreth my soul.
He leadeth me in the path of righteousness
for His name's sake.
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the
shadow of death, I will fear no evil,
for Thou art with me;
Thy rod and Thy staff they comfort me.
Thou preparest a table before me in the
presence of mine enemies
Thou anointest my head with oil,
my cup runeth over.
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me
all the days of my life,
And I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.

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In Remembrance of:

George William Smith

Born: May 20, 1941 - Died: May 18, 2018

George and Katy
George William Smith
Our Comrade, Friend, Brother... A SOLDIER!

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George's Obituary:

George William Smith died Friday May 18, 2018 at Venice Bayfront Hospital in Venice, Florida, following a brief illness.

George was born May 20, 1941 in Sharon, Massachusetts, the son of George and Marion Smith. George attended school in Sharon, and then entered Plymouth High School when the family moved to Rumney, New Hampshire in 1957.

Upon his graduation from Plymouth High School, George enlisted in the United States Army and served both in the Army and the New Hampshire National Guard.

On February 25, 1966 in Plymouth, George married Gail Willoughby of Holderness. The couple lived in Manchester, NH and Sarasota, FL before returning to settle in Holderness in 1969. Their marriage was long and devoted, with their close love extending even beyond Gail's death in 2011.

Following his military service, George worked for a time as a police officer in Manchester, and then began his long career working for the State of New Hampshire Liquor Commission. In retirement, George took the opportunity to work in areas of his interest and enjoyment, working as a golf ranger at White Mountain Country Club and a shuttle bus driver for Plymouth State University, and volunteering at Speare Memorial Hospital.

George was a dedicated member of the Starr King Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Plymouth, serving on several committees, including many years as one of the primary stewards of the congregation?s buildings and grounds. George volunteered countless hours on the construction of the Fellowship?s Meetinghouse in 1994, and always held great pride in the beauty, craftsmanship, and community spirit that building represented.

Throughout his life, George enjoyed travelling, playing golf, bicycling, and cheering on the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots. He also loved his grandchildren dearly, and enjoyed spending time with them whenever he could.

In recent years, George found love and joy once more with his devoted companion, Laura O?Brien, with whom he shared a home in Englewood, FL, and shared travels in Canada, Europe, and all over the United States. George was grateful to be welcomed into, and to share his love with Laura?s family as well, including her sons Eric and Terry, and daughter Debra.

George is survived by his daughter Katherine Sawyer, his son-in-law Paul Sawyer, and their two children Emma and Aidan, of Hartland, Vermont; and by his sisters Margaret Darrah of Goffstown, New Hampshire, and Elizabeth Russel of Burbank, CA; and by his aunt Ruth Hokans of Brewster, Massachusetts; and by several nieces and nephews, cousins, extended family, and dear long-time friends beyond number.

A service to celebrate George?s life will be held at Starr King Unitarian Universalist Fellowship on Fairgrounds Road in Plymouth, NH, on Saturday June 9 at 1:00 pm, the Rev. Dr. Linda Barnes will officiate.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations in George?s memory to Starr King Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, PO Box 337, Plymouth, NH 03264, www.starrkingfellowship.org.

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The following is a collage of pictures taken over time of our dear friend and comrade George Smith. Pictures we all will treasure as we remember George and his love for our 549th MP Co Reunion Group. We will all meet someday in the ever loving arms of our savior Jesus Christ, and be together for eternity, praise the Lord.

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Daughter Katy and her dad, George

Bud, over the years

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Joe Trevdosky, John Badura, Capt Irwin's driver Bob Greenwich, Bob Laughlin, Paul Rollins,
Alvin Sanchez, Peter Jamison, Wesley Hogan, William Anas, George Smith, Chuck Shelton,
Douglas Black, Sgt Fred Jones .. Capt Richard Moe

Bud, over the years

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L to R: Marquis, Smith, Rollins, Shelton, Anas

Bud, over the years

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L to R: Willie Anas, Chuck Shelton, LaRue Hess, Joe Holt, Bud Shott,
Roger Francis, Wayne Heder, George Smith, and Bud Fleming

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George in Fort Gorden, Georgia

Bud, over the years

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Reunion in Akins, Georgia

L to R: Willie Anas, George Smith, Jim McDermott, Roger Francis,
Paul Rollins, LaRue Hess, Ron Brousseau, Bud Fleming,
Wayne Heder, Bud Shott, John King, Chuck Shelton

Bud, over the years

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George and Laura, with Chuck having dinner

Bud, over the years

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George and Laura

Bud, over the years

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George, our friend and commrade.... R I P

Bud, over the years

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Never Forgotten

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