Jun 23 2011

Lt. Col. Cal Crochet

Branch of Service: Air Force

Conflict: Vietnam War (1961-1973)

Years of Service: Army National Guard (1952-1954); USAF (1954-1976)

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Cal was a loving husband, father, grandfather and a wonderful friend to those he knew and worked with. He is going to be greatly missed by those of us who loved him so dearly. Barbara

Cal was a true Patriot in every sense of the word; who after serving noblely as a skilled airman with over 8000 flight hours aboard trainer, transport, helicopter and the venerable B-52 Bomber, dedicated his post military career to the service, well being and safety of America’s aviators. First as a Civil Servant as Strategic Air Command’s Life Support Acquisition Manager and then as a consultant for the aerospace industry. Recognized for his uncompromising support of his fellow aircrew, he was bestowed the title of “Honorary Chief” by the USAF Aircrew Life Support Chiefs Group. Most recently, May 2011, he was presented a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Life Sciences/Biomedical Engineering Branch of the Airspace Medical Association. The list of his accomplishments is long and impressive…testament to his commitment. But Cal will forever be most remembered for the friendships he formed and nurished; unconditional, unwaivering and true.

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Jun 16 2011

Harry Bagley

Branch of Service: Army

Conflict: Vietnam War (1961-1973)

Uncle Harry was one of the best men I have ever known. Even though he was disabled, he was always positive. You will not find many people that would be the same.

Uncle Harry, you will be truly missed.

Below is the obituary notice:

Harry L. Bagley (SP4 Army), age 68, of Cumming, passed away Saturday, June 4, 2011. Harry was born in Alpharetta, GA on March 14, 1943 to Ronald L. and Sarah L. Bagley. He was a member of Longstreet Baptist Church. Harry proudly served God and his country in Vietnam as a Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Supervisor. He was honorably discharged when disabled in 1973. He is preceded in death by his father Ronald L. Bagley.

Harry was immensely proud of his family and is survived by his loving mother, Sarah; daughter and son-in-law, Lori Anne and Edward Harris; grandchildren, Payton Caroline, Audrey

SarahAnne and Hilton Andrew Harris; brother and sister-in-law, Danny and Gail Bagley; brother, Troy Bagley and Diane Pendley; nephews and niece-in-law, Marvin and Tonya Bagley and Todd Bagley; great grandnieces and nephews, Katie, Caleb, Jacob, Alexis and Chandler.

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