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 Post subject: RV Burgin Death : Celebrated WWII Veteran Passed Away
PostPosted: Apr Sat 13, 2019 6:54 pm 
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"“Sadly, we must announce the passing of celebrated WWII veteran RV Burgin on April 6th at age 96. Sgt. Burgin served in the Pacific in World War II with the First Marine Division. Sgt. Burgin and his fellow Marines battled from New Britain through Peleliu to Okinawa. Sgt.

Burgin received the Bronze Star for his actions in the fighting in Okinawa. The service of he and his fellow Marines was chronicled in the HBO mini-series, The Pacific and Sgt. Burgin authored the book, Islands of the Damned, about his time as a marine at war in the Pacific. Sgt.

Burgin was a frequent visitor at our shows throughout Texas and he enjoyed talking with people as much as they were honored to visit with him.
Details of Sgt. Burgin’s services are as follows:

Funeral will be this Friday, April 12th at 2PM, First Baptist Church in Lancaster, 305 E. 3rd St., Lancaster, TX, 75146.
Viewing will be Wednesday, April 10th from 6PM to 8PM at Byrum Funeral Home, 425 N. Dallas Ave., Lancaster, TX, 75146 and Thursday, April 11th from 6PM to 8PM at the church.”

Tributes are pouring in from all quarters in honor of the late veteran."

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PostPosted: Apr Mon 15, 2019 10:10 pm 
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Just finished reading a book, "Marine! The life of Chesty Puller". 1st Marine Div commander and leader at the time.

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