Robert Lee Ketelaar

Jean Preser (Pearson)
Tighthips@aol.com
Former Girlfriend
105 Wiltshire Way
Columbia, SC 29229 USA
Wednesday, April 09, 2003
I Miss You Bobby


I really miss you Bobby. Do you remember the crystal heart you gave me for Valentines Day in the 4th grade? Well, I still have it and I want you to know it has been all over the world. When you came to see me that day at work to say goodbye, I never thought it would be the last time time that I saw you. When Ricky Boots pulled into our driveway that day, I knew something was wrong but it never crossed my mind that you had been killed. Going to your funeral was one of the worst days in my life. I am so proud of you for serving your country but so sad that you are gone. You will always be a part of my heart forever and always.


ROBERT LEE KETELAAR was born on March 7, 1949 and joined the Armed Forces while in CHICAGO, IL.
He served as a 67A1F in the Army. In 1 year of service, he attained the rank of SP4/E4. He began a tour of duty on June 4, 1968.
On August 22, 1969, at the age of 20, ROBERT LEE KETELAAR perished in the service of our country in South Vietnam, Binh Long.

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