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Audie Murphy Memorial Guestbook
Name: SFC Tamara Stewart
Name: Syl R. Zembrzuski
From: Natrona Heights, PA
In June of 1960, Audie L. Murphy came to Kitzingen, Germany to part in a movie for the "Return To The 3rd Division Than And Now". Myself and Merle Spicer of Cedar Rapids, Iowa as 536th Military Police, given the honor of
Guarding and Protecting Audie while on the set...an old
Air Landing strip Area. Further, we had the priviledge of a photograph which he said, "make it look like you're apprehending me". We lift him off the ground and the photo was shot. Tomorrow, August 4, 2012, I Syl am to present this photo to the Allegheny Kiski Valley Historical Society in Tarentum, PA...a great honor. I felt very close to Audie at that production.
Added: August 3, 2012
Name: Ray Prevost
From: Bonnyville Alberta Canada
Name: Daloss Falghou
Name: Phillip Reagan
From: Wentzville, Missouri
My God keep you forever safe from harm and evil for you had more then your fair share when you were here. Thanks
for all you and your men, friends and comrades did and continue to do, without men such as you I would not be here writing to you.
Veteran US Navy
Added: August 1, 2012
Name: Ssgt Ray Finding Jr USMC (Ret )
From: Washington PA
Name: Nick Mellie
From: New Jersey
Name: Sharon Toeller
Name: Helen Staska
I remember loving to watch the westerns with Audie Murphy as a small child and I also remember my father telling me way back then that he was the most decorated soldier of the war. I have always admired him as an actor then later when the reality of what it meant to be a war hero hit me, with deep respect.
I have told my children about him, whether or not they remember I don't know but I have also begun to tell my grand daughter about him too but at 3 she is still far too little to take it all on board now but as she grows whenever she hears she will remember too, I hope.
Added: July 29, 2012
Name: L Huslin
Audie Murphy served in many of the same places my grandfather did during WWII, and the last time i visited my grandfather's grave at Arlington, i literally stumbled across Audie Murphy. very humbling moment. i especially respected that his stone was a simple one. i think that's the way he would have wanted it. i will make sure that my children know the story of this American hero, and the men he fought with. thank you for keeping his memory alive.
Added: July 29, 2012