Then he had a passion for planting corn and watching it grow, his family said."He was well known as a man of integrity as well as one with a keen sense of humor," his family noted, adding that "Terry appreciated the fellowship and support of his church family, especially his Bible Study group, at Mountain Home Church of the Nazarene." Terry is survived by: his wife of almost seven years, Debbie; sons Dan Peterman of Boise and Ben and his wife, Julie Peterman, of Mountain Home; his mother, Ruth Jerome Peterman; sisters Kaye and her husband, Jim Black, and Susan Conley, all of Tampa, Fla., his sister Paula and her husband, Alton After leaving the service he and my Mom moved to Hot Springs Arkansas where he began his life in the banking business.His disposition was sunny and every day spent with him was a treasure. Continuing as a pilot for 25 years with a total of 14,000 plus hours, one of his last jobs was Search and Rescue in Yosemite National Park, however, during a job in Sicily, Italy, an incident occurred which psychiatrists indicate triggered suppressed Viet Nam memories ultimately leading to Post Traumatic Syndrome and other related conditions resulting in his death March 3, John was born June 1, 1950 in Rock Springs, Wyoming. 5, 1948 near Asheville in Newfound, Buncombe County, North Carolina. 9, 2003 in Skyland, Buncombe County, North Carolina and is buried with his parents and older brother in the Newfound Baptist Church Cemetery in Leicester, Buncombe County, North Carolina.A graduate of the University of Arizona, he is survived by daughters Mattea, Margo, and Sasha. Tom was the He extended for six months beyond his twelve month tour and returned to the states for an R&R (Rest and Recuperation) prior to starting his six month extension.
Randy came to the Jokers from the 238th guns after we moved from Dong Ha in '71. Terrell "Terry" Kenton Peterman, 57, of Mountain Home, died Sunday, March 23, 2008, while at home with family, after a two-year battle with brain tumors.
Maybe you remember him..who met him did..ran the maintenance operationsin real life that is) he just had that knack combined with his NY instincts to be able to get the important things done (conventionally or otherwise- - -more often otherwise). I just know there are a lot of guys out there who remember him and don't have a clue who I am. I'm sure there are lot of guys who wonder "Whatever happened to Al I have thought and thought about my brother and I have finally decided that the thing that was best about David was this.
As a totally naive 18 year old kid from the sticks..made quite an impression on me. No matter where you wanted to go, no matter what you wanted to do, David always made people feel like there was nowhere else he would rather be - nothing else he would rather do. His awards include Distinguished Flying Cross, National Defense Service Medal, Army Aviator Badge, Good Conduct Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Army Air Medal, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Army Commendation Medal and 2 Overseas service Bars.
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We few, we happy few, we band of brothers And gentlemen shall think themselves accursed they were not there and will hold their manhood cheap while any speaks that fought with us all those years ago (Our apologies to Bill Shakespeare for the modification)As far as some personal thoughts about Pat, he was a really fun loving guy who enjoyed life to the fullest. Warren disappeared in the Gulf of Mexico on October 29, 1993 while flying for Petroleum Helicopters, Inc. I cannot express how much it meant to Tony's family to receive the flower arrangement and more importantly to see the outpouring of love and camaraderie shown from Tony's fellow buried with an Honor Guard flag draped coffin, Taps was played, and the flag was folded and given to his wife, Jean. Drummond was a member of the Tuskegee Airman black pilot corps that served during World War II and commanded the 48th AHC in Vietnam during parts of 1965 - 1966.
We became pretty good friends after we moved from Dong Ha to Marble Mountain. was the first enlisted man to join the 48th Assault Helicopter Company when it was formed at Ft. He was a Blue Star from September 1965 thru November 1966. His gravestone will have an etching of the Huey helicopter. Ace, who was trained as a B-25 bomber pilot, was preparing for action in Southeast Asia when WWII ended.