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In Tribute to Lt. Col. David M. Scales
44 years old.   Residence: Cleveland, Ohio
Died in Pentagon

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Remember LTC(P) David Scales on this 8th anniversary of 9-11. David and I worked in the same office together (US Army Reserve Force Programs) at Jefferson Plaza 2, in Crystal City (Office of the Chief, Army Reserve) in 2000. Before he left Force Programs, I remember David saying how much he was looking forward to starting his new job in the Pentagon in the Army G-1 Office. He was a true "Officer and a Gentleman." I will never forget his friendship and his willingness to mentor junior officers. With his strong background in Personnel Administration and experience, having served on many officer promotion boards, he helped me put together my own promotion packet for my "LTC" promotion board. I was subsequently selected for promotion and pinned on my silver oak leaf a month after 9-11. I owe a debt of gratitude to LTC (P) David Scales, whose life was taken from us so suddenly and at a very young age. He is one of the many heroes of 9-11 who will never be forgotten. Rest in peace, my friend.

*** Posted by COL Carol Zieres on 2009-09-13 ***

Just checking to remember Dave lest we forget.

*** Posted by Dr. Lloyd R. Burton on 2009-09-11 ***

You are not forgotten. Sleep well, hero.

*** Posted by James Hill on 2007-09-11 ***

I remember David as a young LT who worked for me in C Company, 2d Medical Battion, 2 Infantry Div in Korea 1979-1980. He was a dedicated and enthusiastic officer. But I will never forget how accomplished he was as a pianist. He worked hard to be successful as an officer and did not deserve to leave us so quickly. My prayers go out to his family.

*** Posted by Dr.Lloyd R. Burton on 2006-09-11 ***

You are still remembered old friend. I'll never forget the good times in Jr. High and High School in East Liverpool, before your family moved. I am proud you were my CO in Civil Air Patrol. Sleep Well HERO.

*** Posted by James Hill on 2006-09-11 ***

David was a gentle and generous musician that I had the priveledge of meeting at a song camp in Virginia. His presence and ability to play his compositions on the piano so beautifully was inspiring to everyone there who met and heard him in my opinion. I invited David to come to my home and play some music with me. What a creative, joyous sound came from the piano as David let the talent and joy in his heart flow onto the keys and strings of the piano. He spoke fondly of his family. He is missed by many as a good person and wonderful musician.

*** Posted by Richard Weil on 2006-09-11 ***

A memorial is being constructed in Lynchburg, Virginia at The American Legion Post 16, where Lt. Col. David M. Scales' father is a member.  The memorial is an Eagle Scout project by 15-year-old Joseph R. Ricketts.

A bronze American eagle will be atop the monument with three bronze placques.  Surrounding the monument is a five-sided walkway in the shape of a pentagon. 

Learn more here: www.geocities.com/vapost16/911.html

*** Posted by Robert D. Ricketts on 2006-03-21 ***


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