Roxie Young

Roxie Young, beloved wife of ASA KOREA member, Clarence Young, succombed to
cancer on August 13, 2002 and was buried August 16.  Clarence said she died "peacefully"
with family members all around.  Roxie suffered for two years with cancer and God now has
called her home.

Clarence was a member of the original set-up team for the 501st CRGp as a M/Sgt.

Please remember Clarence and famiy in your prayers as well as commending the soul of his
beloved Roxie to God's eternal care.  We know Clarence as one of the "good guys" we meet in
this life.  May God in Christ comfort him and the family as they grieve Roxie.

Condolences may be addressed to Clarence Young, 403 N. Union Street, Natchez, MS

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                                                      Henry W. Lyall

We were recently informed that fellow comrade, Henry W. Lyall, passed away on June 26,
2002.  He served with the 501st in the 326th during 1952 and 1953.   Pray with me, please:  
Dear Lord God, Father of all, we commend into your eternal kingdom the soul of our brother
and fellow comrade, Henry Lyall, ever trusting in the hope of the Resurrection through our Lord
and Savior Jesus, the Christ of God.  We ask You, O God, to comfort  his wife,
Catherine, and
the family with the peace of Christ that passes all understanding.  Amen and Amen.

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Longfellow wrote:  "Even HE who died for us on the cross, in the last
hour, in the unutterable agony of death, was mindful of His mother; as if to
teach us that this holy love should be our last worldly thought."  God be
with you and your families.

                         Rev. Charles "Preacher" Knappenberger
                                        Chaplain, ASA Korea
ASA Korea has lost ten members who died in the period
since our Reunion in 2001.

Their names are:  James Spangler, David Detwiler, Horace Mills,
Bernard McCaffrey, Lester Payton, William Reed, Fred "Moon"
mullins, Henry W. Lyall, Warren Noble and Delaney.

Other ASA men reported to us who died but were not ASA
Korea members are:  Bill Boulter, Col. Clayton "Skip" Swears,
Jerry Fritz, CWO Cliff O'Shea, and Roxie Young, wife of
Clarence Young,
                                              Richard Bogdan, Sr.

We only recently learned of the death of Richard Bogdan, Sr, who died on March 1,
2002. Dick served the 501st CRGp from 1952-54, and was a life member of ASA Korea.

Should you care to send a belated sympathy card to his widow, Shirley, the address is.
Mrs. Shirley Bogdan, 489 Commercail Rd., Farnham, NY 14061

Join me in prayer as we commend Dick's soul to the everlasting care of the Eternal God.
..............."Day is done, Gone the sun, From the lakes, From the hills, From the
is well, soldier brave, God is nigh,,,,,,,,," May God comfort and bless Shirley and the family,

Rev. Charles "Preacher" Knappenberger,
Chaplain, ASA Korea
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