MAY 09 DESERT STORM TAPS #45

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DESERT STORM TAPS MAY09

Number 45

Still being sure we catch all of the May data before I post the JUNE 09 Report. 

AS we Remember 65 years ago and D Day.  WE must never ever forget Veterans that served after WW2 and yes before WW2. Our Veterans of all Conflicts must be remembered. 

I struggle to find all the Gulf War Operation Desert Storm Veterans 90-91.  Why?  Being a nurse that was there and knowing that these veterans have not been diagnosed or compensated for the exposures they experienced while just simply doing their duty as asked by their country’s leaders.

Salute……….21 Gun Salute…….Taps…….

45.  Kenneth Langyher, 46 yrs

LANGYHER KENNETH JOHN- LANGYHER "Kenny" KENNETH "KENNY" JOHN LANGYHER, 46, of Alexandria,VA, died suddenly May 30, 2009, of a heart attack.  Serving eight years – during Desert Storm and Desert Shield aboard the USS Ranger, CV-61

 

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LANGYHER KENNETH JOHN LANGYHER "Kenny" KENNETH "KENNY" JOHN LANGYHER, 46, of Alexandria,VA, died suddenly May 30, 2009, of a heart attack.  

Born March 13, 1963, he was the youngest of four children born to Charles E. and E. Lorraine Langyher. Kenny graduated from Surrattsville High School in Clinton, MD, and attended St. Mary”s College. He was a veteran of the United States Navy, serving eight years – during Desert Storm and Desert Shield aboard the USS Ranger, CV-61. In 1988 he married his wife, Tina West, and they had three children .They later settled in Woodland, IL, where Kenny worked for the US Postal Service until his divorce in 1998. On his return to MD, Kenny worked at Central Glass before opening his own business, SKL Home Improvements, where he enjoyed incorporating his woodworking hobby into an enterprise. He was passionate and proud of his work. Kenny was a bowling enthusiast, enjoyed woodworking, and was an avid sports fan; he loved music and his guitar; he enjoyed time with his friends and family, including his extended family; and he loved his dog, GIR. His greatest joy in life was spending time with his children. In addition to his parents he is survived by his children, Keith Delahanty, Stephen, Kathleen, and Elizabeth Langyher; his siblings and their spouses Lawrence and Trish Langyher, Laurie and Ed Yates, Colleen and Steve Byram; nephews Brian Wiedmeier, and Joey Jerdak; long time companion Sharon Hoefler, and his beloved dog GIR. Visitation will be June 7, 2 to 6 p.m. at Lee Funeral Home, Clinton, MD. Services will be held at Lee Funeral Home 1 p.m. June 8 with internment immediately following at Cheltenham Veterans Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Men”s Home; P.O. Box 2071, Alexandria, Va. 22301-9807 .
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