We, at the 37th Signal BN-RVN,
respectfully offer this remembrance tribute to our brothers
in the hope it gives their families and friends some comfort
in knowing that their loved ones are revered and remembered.


Here, we celebrate their lives, mourn their passing,
and maintain this tribute to them.


Our bond will forever endure.
You will always be our brothers and friends.


Although there shall be a void in our lives,
you will always remain in our thoughts, hearts and prayers.

Until We Meet Again ~ Peace Bros!







I Will Remember You

I will remember you,
Will you remember me?
Don't let your life pass you by,
Weep not for the memories.

Remember the good times that we had?
I let them slip away from us,
When things got bad,
How clearly I first saw you smilin' in the sun,
Wanna feel your warmth upon me,
I wanna be the one.

I will remember you,
Will you remember me?
Don't let your life pass you by,
Weep not for the memories ....
Lyrics By: Sarah McLachlan
Seamus Egan, & Dave Merenda






We are deeply sadden to report that our brother and dear friend, Paul "Chip" Nordwig,
passed away October 13, 2015. We were advised of Chip's passing by his son, Matt.
Proud of their sons and their service, Chip, and his wife Lindy, submitted pictures of their boys,
Eric and Matt, which may be viewed on "Our Heritage Honor Roll" Section.

Our deepest condolences go out to Chip's family and friends.
Chip was a good man and well respected.
He always was - and always will be - our brother.
He will be dearly missed.








George Weretka passed away August 2011 following many health complications
resulting from his exposure to Agent Orange. Over the years, George shared many
memories of fellow soldiers, friendships and sorrows he experienced serving our
country in Vietnam. George is survived by his widow Linda and he will be missed by many.
This sad notice was submitted by his dear friend, Everett Huber.







In Loving Memory Of ...


Ken Hardesty passed away June 4, 2009 of a long illness.
Ken was a BN Chaplains Assistant from 1969-1970, HHD, 37th Signal BN, Da Nang.
Ken is survived by his wife, Ruth, and his daughter, Elizabeth.
This sad notice was submitted by Ray Bossard.







In Loving Memory Of ...


Pete Jenrette passed away the week of January 18, 2010 after a long illness.
Pete served in Vietnam, with the 167th Signal Company,
from December 1967 to August 1968.

As we mourn the passing of our dear friend and brother, we celebrate his life.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.
Rest in peace, dear friend. You will be missed.







In Loving Memory Of ...


Al Pemberton was the Manager of the Rice Paddy Inn from 1969 to 1970.
Saddly, Al died on August 14, 1970. He was stabbed to death by a cook
and his death was ruled as intentional homocide.

Al's picture was given to Ray Bossard by Al's granddaugher, Michelle Smith.
To have Al included on our site, is indeed our honor.

Although it has been decades since Al's passing, he is not forgotten.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Al's family and friends.







In Loving Memory Of ...


Howard passed away December 6, 2006. Howard served in the Vietnam,
with the DaNang Signal BN, from July 1968 to July 1969.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.
The pictues of Howard were taken August 2005 at his high school class reunion,
and were submitted by his classmate, good friend, and bro, Rich Zoeter, 303rd ASA








Melvin passed away on July 11, 2008 in San Antonio, Texas,
after a four year battle with lung cancer.

Melvin served in Vietnam, with the 37th Signal BN
from February 1967 - February 1968 and again
in March 1969 - March 1970.

Melvin was a member of our 37th Signal site for some time.
His pictures are on Page 12 of our "Pictures Section".







In Loving Memory Of ...


Our dear friend and brother, Bill Bobbitt,
passed away August 10, 2007, after a long illness.


Bill served in Vietnam with the 54th Signal BN,
167th Signal Co., from 1966 to 1967.


Bill was also one of the founders of our 37th Signal BN site
and his humor, thoughts and input will be missed.


Our hearts are heavy at this time of sorrow, however,
we have been blessed knowing him and being in his company.


Until we all meet again, our dear, dear friend,
rest in peace and in the comfort of God's love.
You will be missed but never far from us.









In Loving Memory Of ...


Art Horton passed away October 20, 2003.


He was one of the Founders of this 37th Signal BN-RVN website.
Art served in the 37th Signal BN, Vietnam
1969-1970.








Vic passed away on May 6, 2003.


Sgt. Vic Niosi served in the US Army,
270th Signal Company Operations, Da Nang Facility
1970-1971.








David A. White served in the US Army,
D/41st Signal, 1968-1969.







Until We Meet Again ~ Peace Bros!









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