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In Tribute to Lt. Cmdr. Ronald James Vauk
37 years old.   Residence: Nampa, Idaho
Died in Pentagon

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I often think of Ron...not just on that day. He was sent to the Uss Davidson for one year during his tenure at the Academy. Ron was "assigned" to me during that time. We spent a complete year together...not only working but, off duty as well. One of my fondest years and one that I reflect back on often. Should anyone wish to contact me. NAVYGMC@yahoo.com

*** Posted by Chris Clarke on 2012-09-12 ***

I lived across the street from Ron back in the early '80s. My name was Marla Mote, and I was tall, skinny, and awkward! I remember him as being kind, sweet, and mature. My whole family liked him. I remember that all he ever wanted was to go to West Point. I still pray regularly for his family. I know they are hurting.

*** Posted by Marla Goldfader on 2011-01-10 ***

Thank you for your sacrifice. May you rest in peace.

*** Posted by AB - Woodbridge, VA on 2006-09-11 ***


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