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Halfway down the trail to Hell
Started by Dave Gettman Aug 10, 2022.
Started by Dave Gettman Jul 9, 2022.
Started by Dave Gettman. Last reply by Shannon Ryan Aug 6, 2019.
A very good friend of mine when I was B-Troop ( Harry Campbell ) passed away just about a year ago around Christmas . When I left Bindlach, Germany Old Harry was screwing up big time. He and and I were Sgts. of the guard and he was in the N.C.O. club drunk. ( Not smart ) Fast forward many years and I had a big surprise Old Harry stayed 29 years in the Army and retired Sgt. Major E-9. He told me he lost two years time in grade.
Just recently found out that two outstanding NCO's from 2nd Plt C Troop have gone to Fiddler's Green.
1SG Robert A. "Cowboy" Wilkins 5/29/2017 in Colorado
1SG Marvin A. "Al" Olive 2/11/2020 in Georgia
No finer NCO's ever served!
Major General Dennis P. Malcor
Vine Grove, KY- Major General Dennis P. Malcor, 76, of Vine Grove, passed away on Wednesday, August 3, 2016, at Kindred Hospital in Louisville.
He was born June 20, 1940 to Patrick and Frances Malcor in St. Louis, Missouri. Hewas a U.S. Army Veteran with 36 years of service. He served two combat tours in Vietnam. He commanded the 1st Squadron, 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Germany; the 1st Brigade, 24th Infantry Division at Ft. Stewart, GA; and was the Assistant Division Commander, 3rd Infantry Division in Germany. He concluded his military career by serving as Deputy Commanding General, First United States Army at Ft. Knox, KY.
Major General Malcor served his country both in peace and at war. Among his many decorations and awards, he received the Bronze Star Medal with "V" Device forexceptional valor in combat, and was a recipient of the Defense DistinguishedService Medal, the United States' highest non-combat related militaryaward and thehighest joint service decoration.
He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Scott Brown Malcor, his daughter,Nancy Scott Malcor of Macon, Georgia, son Dennis Patrick Malcor Jr. of Walchwil, Switzerland, and his grandchildren Edward John Moskaly III, NicholasPatrick Malcor, and Emily Scott Malcor, as well as numerous other loving family members.
Visitation is from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM on Tuesday, August 9 at Coffey & Chism Funeral Home in Vine Grove, and after 9:00 AM Wednesday at the Radcliff Presbyterian Church, Radcliff, KY.
A funeral service for Mr. Malcor will be held on Wednesday, August 10 at 10:00 AM at Radcliff Presbyterian Church. Burial with full military honors follows at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery in Radcliff.
Rest in peace, my friend.
Buried at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, section 94, site 617.
With great sorrow I post this.
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