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Dale Glenn Sievers, Jr.

Dale Glenn Sievers
Born 16 SEP 1943
Died 18 SEP 1967
Service Branch Army
Rank Private First Class
Rating or Job  
Campaign Viet Nam
Military Citations  
Notes Serial Number 56821895
Ground casualty - Multiple fragmentation wounds
Binh Duong Province

Pfc. Dale Glenn Sievers Jr.

Sept 16, 1943-Sept 18, 1967


Dale Sievers was born in Eureka and grew up Orland. After graduating in 1961 from Orland High School, he moved to Chico and worked for Valley Irrigation of Glenn County. When Sievers joined the Army in 1965. he had a wife and two children.

He was sent to Vietnam on Feb. I, 1967. In September of the same year, near Quan the 23-year-old father was blown up by a Claymore mine.

He survived the blast and was sent to an Army hospital in Vietnam. Relatives were told the young man would survive.

Sievers, however, succumbed to the numerous sharapnel wounds on Sept. 18, 1967, two days after his 24th birthday.

Chico News & Review, May 26, 1988


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