from Honor Guard Daniel
03.30.2013 - 17:56:03

Dear Jean and family,

I am sending my condolence with my love and respect of this good and honorable man.

The 11th Cavalry Troopers about 40 + years ago and far from home in the jungles of Vietnam & Cambodia we took great care of one another so we could make it home to our mothers, fathers, wives, sisters, brothers and other loved-ones.----------------- --> Now once again we must say our goodbyes and continue to take our strides for the time will come our journey will be done and forever together with all of our loved-ones.



With great heartfelt sympathy,

Chairman of Funeral Honor Guard of the 11th Cavalry Regiment Veterans Troopers of Vietnam and Cambodia.

Daniel D. Stroia Sr. from Scottsdale, Arizona
K Troop, 3rd Squadron of the 11th Cavalry
Served in Vietnam & Cambodia from 1967 to 1968

from Fred
03.31.2013 - 20:17:52

I want to extend my condolences to Jean and family of Captain Baily.

I first met Captain Baily when I returned from a year in Korea in January 1966.

I was assigned to A Troop and it was a privilege to serve under his command.

Fred Arana from Tinley Park, Illinois
Served i A Troop, 1st Squadron of the 11th Cavalry
Served in Vietnam from 1966 to 1967

from Suzanne Bailey Padgett
04.03.2013 - 17:16:18

I am the youngest daughter of John and Jean Bailey.

I want to thank you for this wonderful website. It is a beautiful way to pay tribute to our heroes !

My dad was my hero and I am so very proud of him !

Love you and miss you, Daddy !

from Joe
04.04.2013 - 00:11:49

John was a true professional.
A great leader in battle, a solid family man.

From those of us whom you led through a tough year in Vietnam, sleep soundly in Fiddler's Green.

Joseph "Joe" O'Leary from Maynard, Massachusetts
Served in A Troop, 1st Squardron of the 11th Cavalry
Served in Vietnam from 1966 to 1967
(Served as 1st PLT. LDR., XO)

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