A MEMORIAL TO CHESTER EDWIN KNOX
A WORLD WAR II INFANTRYMAN
MAY HE REST IN ETERNAL PEACE
THAT HE SO RICHLY DESERVES

I dedicate this Memorial to Debby Peare, her husband Jon and their children. Debby let me try and pay the homage that your father so richly deserved as a General Patton's infantryman and his service to our country. I hope that this memorial will help relief some of the suffering and pain that you and your family have gone through.

Paul Henriott, CWO, USA, Retired
USS Oakland Webmaster

MUSIC OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS



Taps

How Great Thou Art

In The Garden

Amazing Grace

 
 
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WWII Picture taken in Italy, 1944

A MEMORIAL TO
CHESTER EDWIN KNOX
8 MAY 1920 ~ 14 JULY 1984


      PURPLE HEART           AMERICIAN CAMPAIGN        EUROPEAN CAMPAIGN
 

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GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON
Served under General Patton 
(he was very proud of that!)

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DEBBY AND JON PEARE
HIS LOVING DAUGHTER

At the age of 13, my Daddy broke my heart. He and mom told me that I was adopted. I cried, and said "No, I'm not". But Daddy, being Daddy, said "I want you to listen very closely. Being adopted means that you are very special. You see, you are our daughter, not because we gave birth to you, but because we CHOSE you. 

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THE GRAND CHILDREN 

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WE LOVE AND MISS YOU GRAND-FATHER

FROM THE OFFICERS AND CREW
USS OAKLAND CL/CLAA-95

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Requiescat in pace! --------- May he rest in peace!

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is maintained by Paul D. Henriott
Last update 11 January 1999 not to updated hereafter
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