June 16, 2015 in Featured, WI VFW News Terrence Sund, a Wisconsin soldier and tragic casualty in Vietnam is entombed in a closed room, forgotten and closed to visitors. This unique situation came to the attention of VFW State Historian Steve Conto, who has worked valiantly over the years to locate the final resting place of each Wisconsin casualty of the Vietnam War. At the recent Wisconsin VFW State Convention, Conto reported on his progress to date, and then focused on the Terrence Sund project. The story follows below, and now it’s your turn to help. Steve is attempting to raise $5,000 necessary to bring about a proper burial of this otherwise forgotten hero. He hopes to reach his funding goal by Labor Day, but with a little effort on the part of our Posts, maybe we can hit that goal even sooner. Read the story below, and then download the simple Terrence Sund Burial Fund poster and put it up and help publicize this special effort. Terry was just 20 years old when he drowned in a Viet Cong … Continue reading
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