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CAROL PEACOCK | E-mail guest
MY HUSBAND DUANE C. PEACOCK SERVIED ON THE INTRIPED IN 1966-1969.HE WAS ON LAND WITH 2 OTHER MEN IN VIETNAM. IF ANYONE CAN HELP US WITH INFORMATION, TO SHOW EVIDENCETHAT HE WAS THERE.HE HAS TYPE 2 DIABETS AND PULMONARY FBROSIS FROM ASBESTOS WE COULD REALLY USE ANYONES HELP. IT IS SO HARD TO GET ANYTHING FROM THE VA. THANK YOU
Saturday, July 25, 2009 23:56 - MT. PLEASANT, MICHIGAN 48858

brent | E-mail guest
my dad clay lindsey passed away on wednesday july 22. he served his country on the Intrepid .he will be missed
Friday, July 24, 2009 21:51 - ohio

John Findley | E-mail guest
My grandson passed away today. In his honor I would like all who reads this to help thr Ronald McDonald House out with any and all you can do. My grandson never met a stranger. I want that to be his legacy. Thank you!
Wednesday, July 22, 2009 11:22 - Jacksonville, Fl

Pat Swift Babcock | E-mail guest
I am the fiance of Kenneth S. Fulton. Ken served on the USS Intrepid from 1967-1968 as legal officer and fire control officer. In January 2009, Ken was diagnosed with mesothelioma, a lung cancer caused by asbestos exposure. Since then Ken has had 4 rounds of chemo and in June had his left lung removed (left EPP). Has anyone else who has served on the Intrepid (or their immediate family) been diagnosed with a pleural effusion of unknown origin or mesothelioma? Mesothelioma is insidious and often deadly within 4 months to 1 year of initial diagnosis despite its initial exposure of 20-30 years prior. Ken's bunk mate, Paul Neilly, did work in the engine room, but Paul has been deceased for a long time.

I contaced Bill White of the USS Intrepid Foundation in Jan09. It seems that the foundation is chartered to assist Vets from more current conflicts, but not those having served in Viet Nam.

Any information or assistance would be greatly appreciated. If you or a loved one has "pulmonary" or respiratory problems on unknown origin and worked in shipyards, served on ship, worked with break pads, or mined asbestos, please find your way to the International Mesothelioma Program at Brigham and Womens Hospital.

Thank you for your assitance.
Tuesday, July 21, 2009 22:01

Bob Wright | E-mail guest
To: Karen Colvin re: her grandfather, Chaplain Dewitt Safford. Please contact me. I have pictures of your grandfather.
Tuesday, July 21, 2009 15:16

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