Bio: Brux, Gary H. (1938 - 1966)

Contact: Paul Forster

----Sources: Family Records

Gary H. Brux, was a Captain in the United States Army. He served in the Vietnam conflict and his military record listed him as a 28 year old, single, Caucasian, male at the time of his death. He was a Roman Catholic who haled from Greenwood, WI, and was in the service 6 years. October 6, 1966, he was listed as a casualty in South Vietnam. He endured hostile interface, and suffered death on the ground with multiple fragmentation wounds. His body was recovered.

His inscription on the Vietnam Memorial is in Panel 11E, Line 51.


Re: Bio: Brux, Gary H. (1938 - 1966)

Contact: John Richter

As a Sophmore at St. Norbert College (1959-60), Gary was my dorm floor proctor, in the room next door. A fellow accounting major, Gary help me when I had puzzling questions. He gave me a loveable nickname..."Alfred", for Alfred E. Nueman...which caught on among my friends. I will always remember Gary as a caring, compassionate upper-classman.

God must have had a reason for taking him so early. Gary I love you!



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