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Old 01-24-2008, 02:17 PM   #76
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Actually, by all accounts, he was leading a scouting party and was captured, tortured and then burned at the stake. He and his fellow captives became matyrs for the cause.

Well, I hope whatever the cause was, was worthy it
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That's how my dad ended up on Okinawa. He enlisted in the Navy and was selected to be a corpsman. The Marines used Navy guys for that job. But once he joined his platoon, he was Marine for life.
Yeah, that sounds about right. Marines love them some navy corpsmen...
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My Paternal Grandfather was the Sergeant Major for Black Jack Pershing when they went to Mexico to try and catch Pancho Villa (1916 -17). He went to Europe after that.

Due his experience there, he had a few idiosyncrasies for the rest of his life.

Refused to eat bacon because of the canned version he had there.

Refused to ever get in an airplane based on seeing one crash there and thinking how flimsy they were.

Worked for the railroads after he got out of the Army.

My maternal grandfather died before I was born, but he owned one of the larger dairy businesses in Boston (his last name was Griffin and think it was named after the family).

Supposedly Hood put him out of business and my mother and maternal Aunts and Uncles refused to buy any Hood products for quite some time. That wasn't easy when you lived in Massachusetts in the '60's.
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My paternal Grandfather was a brick mason. His father was a brick mason. My father is a brick mason. I am a brick mason. You get the idea.

My paternal Grandmother worked in many jobs, including answering phones for Ernie Boch, Sr., worked as a barber, now works for an insurance company.

My maternal Grandfather was a riveter for some company here in Braintree. He also served in the Navy during WWII.

My maternal Grandmother was a housewife for most of her life, but later on worked at a factory in Braintree which is no longer there.
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My maternal grandfather was a barber who made excellent wine from his grapes. My paternal grandfather ran an automotive repair shop and serviced the cars for the whiskey runners/mob.
He was highly regarded as his specialty was Packards and Cadillacs which he modified to hold a lot of illegal booze.
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My adoptive paternal grandfather was a drill sergeant in the Army during the Korean War. He mostly uses those skills now to yell at Colts and Indiana college basketball games, now that he's retired. He was a truck driver for over 50 years, and I used to go on the road with him when I was a kid. That's when I learned what a "lot lizard" was!

My maternal grandfather was a hoot. He was a self-employed trash hauler, and a freelance dog catcher. He ran for the local school board once, and the bios of him and his opponent were PRICELESS. His opponent was a lawyer and a college grad, and my grandfather said he graduated from third grade, and listed his occupation as "independent sanitation worker!"



Both of them were hilarious!
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My Paternal grandfather ran a Pizza Barn that was all the rage in the 70-80's in my hometown and when he died they had a parade through town with 6 or 7 fire engines as he did a lot of work with the volunteer fire department up there. Most all of the fire department is volunteer up there. He was a sassy man, but a good man. Yesterday was the 9th anniversary of his death :( .

My Maternal grandfather was in the military but when he got out he became the town drunk and beat the crap out of my grandmother and mom and aunts and uncles. He would blow his whole paycheck at the bar and they lived poor because of this. When he'd come home he's wake his family up just to beat them. He'd sometime even shoot the place up.
But you would never know that now. I still can't fathom some of the stories my mom has told me. No way this God loving and fearing man ever did those things! He was an a*hole for a long while, but after being alone for so long (after my gma divorced him) he realized his faults and changed. I think it is beautiful to know that. What polar opposite his is know.
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My paternal grandfather was a great man, in my eyes, but great nontheless. Born in 1912 he has seen many things like other grandparents have, wars, depression's births and death of their family members. His parents and grandparents migrated north from the war torn south during the civil war, highly against slavery and such they settled in boston and finally moved to worcester with ties on the cape and in boston. Schooled in banking managment he was moving up the corporate ladder when he was drafted at age 32 in 1942 with 3 million other us men.

He was made an officer due to his schooling and high rankin in the banking firm and sent to india, a god awful place he has told me many a time. He was incharge of All incoming food used to suplly the troops us and british during the african and middleeast campaigns, i guess if he could count money and keep it safe, he could do the same with livestock and k-rations. He was redployed as a Colonel to england in 1944 and was incharge of overseeing all the meat inspections and distribution of rations for every division in the european theartre till the end of the war.

He came home and raised a small family, my mom and my uncle and continued working for the federal goverment as head postmaster in boston and then in worcester, he led a simple life and was a happy man, we used to sit and talk about some of the stuff in the war, though he was far from the front, you werent really that far. He showed me alot of pictures of friends and locations he was deployed or visited on leave, alot of the time shedding a few tears, he never returned to europe again.

My dad, what i know of him died in nam in 1970, i was a year old, ive got a few photos of him while home on leave, he did three tours of duty, my mom said he wasnt the same after the 1st tour so he kept going back, anyways, my gramps " I called him Pup " was the stand up guy that helped raised me, taught me everything, fishing, hunting, sports, girls, you name it, everything i am today is because of him and my mom, and i love him dearly for it.....

Pup was sick for a long time, we lost my gram to diabetes back in 95 and i thought for sure that pup wasnt going to be far behind, just like myself and my sister, pup waited on gram hand and foot to make sure she had everything she needed while she was ill. He fell in 2004 and broke a hip, and had to be put in a nursing home for a bit, broke my heart to see that happen, so after i was diagnosed with cancer in 04-05, i sold everything and moved in with my grandfather so he could recover at home and i would have the chance to stay with him, well all in all, both him and i had hard times with our illnesses, he was diagnosed with liver and prostate cancer, and my cancer was putting up a fight, lot of chemo took its toll on me. Around may of 2007 i was doing alot better and was feeling great but pup got worse, dimentia, alzheimers, crapping himself in the middle of the night, being scared all the time, it was ****ing heartbreaking shit to see, he hung on up until december 2nd, he passed with me and our family beside him, giving him the love that he would need to make that final journey. He was married for 55 year, and he passed on his wife's ( my grams birthday ) and was buried december 7th ( pearl harbor ) with full military honors at the age of 95..... A Great Man Indeed.
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My paternal grandfather was a great man, in my eyes, but great nontheless. Born in 1912 he has seen many things like other grandparents have, wars, depression's births and death of their family members. His parents and grandparents migrated north from the war torn south during the civil war, highly against slavery and such they settled in boston and finally moved to worcester with ties on the cape and in boston. Schooled in banking managment he was moving up the corporate ladder when he was drafted at age 32 in 1942 with 3 million other us men.

He was made an officer due to his schooling and high rankin in the banking firm and sent to india, a god awful place he has told me many a time. He was incharge of All incoming food used to suplly the troops us and british during the african and middleeast campaigns, i guess if he could count money and keep it safe, he could do the same with livestock and k-rations. He was redployed as a Colonel to england in 1944 and was incharge of overseeing all the meat inspections and distribution of rations for every division in the european theartre till the end of the war.

He came home and raised a small family, my mom and my uncle and continued working for the federal goverment as head postmaster in boston and then in worcester, he led a simple life and was a happy man, we used to sit and talk about some of the stuff in the war, though he was far from the front, you werent really that far. He showed me alot of pictures of friends and locations he was deployed or visited on leave, alot of the time shedding a few tears, he never returned to europe again.

My dad, what i know of him died in nam in 1970, i was a year old, ive got a few photos of him while home on leave, he did three tours of duty, my mom said he wasnt the same after the 1st tour so he kept going back, anyways, my gramps " I called him Pup " was the stand up guy that helped raised me, taught me everything, fishing, hunting, sports, girls, you name it, everything i am today is because of him and my mom, and i love him dearly for it.....

Pup was sick for a long time, we lost my gram to diabetes back in 95 and i thought for sure that pup wasnt going to be far behind, just like myself and my sister, pup waited on gram hand and foot to make sure she had everything she needed while she was ill. He fell in 2004 and broke a hip, and had to be put in a nursing home for a bit, broke my heart to see that happen, so after i was diagnosed with cancer in 04-05, i sold everything and moved in with my grandfather so he could recover at home and i would have the chance to stay with him, well all in all, both him and i had hard times with our illnesses, he was diagnosed with liver and prostate cancer, and my cancer was putting up a fight, lot of chemo took its toll on me. Around may of 2007 i was doing alot better and was feeling great but pup got worse, dimentia, alzheimers, crapping himself in the middle of the night, being scared all the time, it was ****ing heartbreaking shit to see, he hung on up until december 2nd, he passed with me and our family beside him, giving him the love that he would need to make that final journey. He was married for 55 year, and he passed on his wife's ( my grams birthday ) and was buried december 7th ( pearl harbor ) with full military honors at the age of 95..... A Great Man Indeed.
Wow. I am amazed by your Grandfather. And you as well. What love. How beautiful.
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My paternal grandfather was a factory machine repairmanin and around the Chicagoland area. He would live in an apartment in Chicago during the week, and drive home to his wife and kids in Belvidere for the weekends.

My maternal grandfather sold insurance in the greater Buffalo area for New York Life, and in his younger days, led his own big band. He had the chance to have his band play on the same bill as Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman on several occasions.
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Wow. I am amazed by your Grandfather. And you as well. What love. How beautiful.


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Both my grandfathers were in the service during DubDub2, which was awesome unto itself (for a war buff like me, at least.) My mom's dad died when I was very young, but like almost everyone in the D during his time, he worked in the auto industry, for Chrysler. My dad's dad died in the early 90s, and he worked for a newspaper, and did cartoons among other things.

The old guy who lived down the street when I was growing up was also in the war, and had badass stories. He was part of a division that entered Munich, and his MO was robbing the nazis blind. He would kill a nazi, and then take their guns, medals, knives, anything of worth and ship it home to his wife. He showed me his collection one day, and it was awesome. He had so many German military artifacts as well as nazi silver that he took from the buildings they seized. He even had one of the last flags that flew in Munich. His entire squad signed it.
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Paternal grandfather was an unsavory character; raging alcoholic, gambler, paperhanger ( as in passer of bad checks ), barroom brawler, an all together bad seed from a well respected southern family. He was murdered in Galveston in 1969 when someone beat him to death with a length of pipe. His father was in the moss business in Louisiana, buying up Spanish moss, cleaning, bundling and shipping the moss to High Point, NC where it was used for stuffing furniture prior to WWII. My father never speaks of his father and only references his grandfather as he was the one who raised him.

Paternal grandfather worked on the Mississippi steamboats as a youth. Went on to become an industrialist and engineer. Developed a method for bonding steel and cement, built a plant in Eastern PA that did rubber coatings for steel products. He died of a heart attack in Venezuela in the early 50's while negotiating contracts with oil companies located there. Was listed in Engineering Who's Who in the 1940's without the benefit of a college education. He bore a striking facial resemblance to Chief Sitting Bull.
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