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Gone But Not Forgotten


Irene Martinez-Cezon Video Testimonial to Cliff Welding-One of LNE Class of 1959's Heroes

Below is the Background Regarding the Testimonial

Hi Mr. Good, My name is Irene Martinez and I go to West Lake high school in Austin, Texas. For my English class, we all get assigned a soldier who fought and died in Vietnam and I received Clifford Kay Welding.

For this project, I am trying to find pictures, books, stories etc... of Clifford in order to create a memoir of his life. He attended Northeast and graduated in 1959. I found him on the class reunion page but his profile is locked and it says I must sign in before I can see any information on him. I would greatly appreciate anything you would do to help me in this process whether that may be emailing me some pictures of him in the yearbook, or any letters or even directing me to some family members would be incredible.

Please let me know if you have any questions, you can email me or my teacher Rebecca Stucky at . Thank you! Irene Martinez 



Nadine Turner Jordan writes: 

Vern, that was a very touching memorial. I am glad it could finally be shared. Makes this 4th of July special. Makes me take time to remember the sacrifices many have made to keep our country free and give us the right to voice our opinion on politics and life in general.  My dad's brother was killed in WWII in Saigon Jul 7, 1941. Thanks for the service and sacrifice of all who served.  Thanks again to you for keeping us all connected. Nadine

Here is the link to Jim Palmer's blog (author of "Last Man Out") where he describes a fifty year relationship with Larry Peterson. If you have the time, I think you will find the narrative, an interesting read.

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Four newly commission 2nd Lt infantry platoon leaders on board the USS Mann en route South Vietnam September 1965.  Left to right,  
   Jim Parker                  
   Bob Dunn          03/11/1945– 05/18/2010
   George McCoy   06/24/1941– 02/26/1966
   Larry Peterson  12/06/1940– 05/22/2017 
Larry Peterson died last week. 

We had been best friends since that day 53 years ago when he threw me a life line.

The Best of Elvis Presley

Copy and paste the above link into your browser and enjoy a nostalgic trip back to fall of 1958 and the winter of 1959 when we were immortal and about to step out into the world.  



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