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The following men have died since serving with the Pelicans/Scorpions.   If you know any details about those listed, or if someone is not listed, then please contact us and let us know so that we may correct this page.


Years with

Date of Death


David E Baeb


Dec, 1996


Scott "Foots" Baker


Dec 23, 1998

Helicopter Accident

Melvin F. Breeden    1965-66 July 30, 2003 Hodgkin's Disease
John Henry Camerota 1968 Jul 2, 2001 Heart Attack
Dwane L. Connell 1967-68 Sept 24, 2005 Lung Cancer

John Daley


About 1996


Peter S. France 1967-68 Jan 24, 2011 Septic Poisioning
Thomas Joel Glenn 1966 April 6, 2007 Prostrate Cancer attributed to Agent Orange

George Grannell


July 21, 1969

KIA, 2nd Tour of Duty

Steve Hallmark 1967-68 Aug 11, 2013 Heart Disease attributed to Agent Orange

Joe Earl Hendricks


Nov, 1995


Richard L. Hess  1966-67 July 28, 2002 Coronary Artery Disease
Ted L. Hill 1967-68 Sept 11, 1989  
James M. Holt 1967 Feb 15, 2007  
Robert Thomas Hooker 1967 Nov 21, 2004 Respiratory Failure

Felipe Lariosa



Thomas Piecuch 1967-68 Oct 8, 2007 Brain Cancer
Bruce Ruks 1967-68 Aug 27, 2005 Throat Cancer
Lee E. Saylor 1965-66 July 11, 2007 Lung Cancer
Frederick Schenker, Jr 1967-68 Lung Cancer
George J. Travis, Jr 1965-66 Nov, 1967 Automobile Accident
Joseph (Joe) H. Tullis 1965-66 June, 1980
James Don Warren 1968 Nov 12, 2006 Cancer

Claude Darrell 'CD' Wright


Oct 26, 1993


Kenneth L. Voss 1967-68 July 8, 1998

Harvey York


Nov 18, 1999

Congestive Heart

Around The Corner, by Charles Hanson Towne.

Around the corner I have a friend,
In this great city that has no end;
Yet days go by, and weeks rush on,
And before I know it a year has gone,
And I never see my old friend's face,
For life is a swift and terrible race,
He knows I like him just as well,
As in the days when I rang his bell
And he rang mine. We were younger then,
And now we are busy, tired men:
Tired with playing a foolish game,
Tired with trying to make a name.
"Tomorrow," I say, "I will call on Jim,
"Just to show that I'm thinking of him,"
But tomorrow comes -- and tomorrow goes.
And the distance between us grows and grows.
Around the corner! -- yet miles away.
"Here's a telegram, sir . . . Jim died today."
And that's what we get, and deserve in the end,
Around the corner, a vanished friend.

The following poem was contributed
by 161st Alumni (1966-67) Ed Haser of Pittsburgh.


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