BROTHERS WHO HAVE GONE BEFORE US
366th Medical Dispensary
Albert passed away Sunday, November 15, 2003. There will be a memorial on Saturday the 22nd in
I know you all meant a lot to Al and I hope you will be able to attend.
Lodi at Grace Presbyterian Church at 710 Mills Ave. at 2 pm.
I want to thank all of you for the happiness you brought to my brother.
DONALD "DON" R. BACH 1950 - 2002
Donald Robertson Bach, a lifelong New Canaan resident, died
Monday, October 7, in Chelmsford, England. He was 52.
He died of heart failure, according to his family.
Born February 18, 1950, in Stamford, he was a son of the
late Roy and Charlotte Bach.
Mr. Bach worked as a technician for E2V Technologies Inc.
in Elmsford, N.Y.
He served in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War.
He is survived by his wife, Susan Quinn Bach of New Canaan;
two sons, Daniel Nolan Bach and Thomas Robertson Bach, both of New Canaan; a
brother, Robert Bach of Smyrna, Del.; a sister, Diane Bacco of Palm Beach, Fla.;
and several nieces and nephews.
Mr. Bach was predeceased by a brother, Roy Bach Jr.
There will be no calling hours.
A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday,
Oct. 19, at St. Aloysius Church, 40 Maple St., New Canaan.
Arrangements are being handled by F. Hoyt Funeral Home, 199 Main St., New Canaan.
Douglas R. Bare
He was an Air Reserve Technician (ART) at Dover AFB, DE
William Lee Bower (Bill)
Passed away from a 2 year fight with Pancreatic Cancer
MSgt Charles E. "Ed" Campbell 1934 - 1995
He was born August 25, 1934 in Cincinnati, OH and died March 1, 1995 in Kings Sutton, Oxfordshire, UK. He came in the AF in 1952 and retired Dec 1972 at RAF Upper Heyford as an E-8 and stayed in the local area
He got to the 366th sometime in '70 from Bien Hoa and left DaNang in Feb '71. While at DaNang, he was NCOIC of Inspection.
Other assignments were: RAF's Wing, Finmere, Welford, Tuddenham and Burtonwood and Upper Heyford UK, Ubon or Udorn, NKP Thailand, Langley AFB VA, McConnell AFB and Smokey Hill/Schilling AFB KS, Toul-Rossiere and Chambley France.
Tsgt Stanley P. Stick
Just a note to inform you of one Gunfighter member who passed away in 1995 as a result of Agent Orange exposure. Hs name was Tsgt Stanley P. Stick. We spent the whole tour together at DaNang Air Base from 71-72. We were assigned to the 366th FMS and lived in Gunfighter Village. Can his name be added to your list of casualties as a direct result of the war? The Dept. of Veterans Affairs has compensated his wife as of 95 and attributed his death directly to exposure to Agent Orange. He was a good friend and a very good airman.
366th MMS @ Danang 11-71 to 6-72
He died April 5, 2005 of massive heart attack.