Vietnam: In Their Own Words
Story Telling at the Vietnam Women’s Memorial
Monday, May 31, 2005
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Time
Event/Presenters
9:00 a.m.
Ann Cunningham, U.S. Army-Vietnam 1967-1968, 1969-1970
Member, Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation Board
9:30 a.m.
David Chung, U.S. Air Force-Vietnam 1971-1972
Member, Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation Board
10:00 a.m.
Edie McCoy Meeks, U.S. Army-Vietnam 1968-1969
Member, Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation Board
10:30 a.m.
CPT Laureen Otto, U.S. Army
Major Paula Couglin, U.S. Army
Trauma Nurse Coordinators, Iraq
(CPT Otto is a Member, Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation Board)
11:00 a.m.
CPT Courtney Sugai, U.S. Army
Tours of Duty completed in Iraq and Afghanistan
11:30 a.m.
Karen Spears Zacharias
Daughter of David Paul Spears-Vietnam 1966
(Killed in Action, July 24, 1966)
Author of "Hero Mama"
Member, Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation Board
12:00 noon
Playing of Taps – Mark Elrod, U.S. Army, Retired
1:00-2:00 p.m..
Ceremony at The Wall
2:00 p.m..
Diane Carlson Evans, U.S. Army-Vietnam 1968-69
Founder and President of the Board, Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation
2:15 p.m..
Robert Brudno, Brother of Captain E. Alan Brudno, U.S. Air Force Prisoner of War in Vietnam 1965-1973. Captain Brudno died June, 1973, only four months after gaining his freedom and returning home.
2:30 p.m..
Colonel Lenore Enzel, U.S. Army Deputy Commander, Patient Services and Nursing
William Beaumont Army Medical Center
3:00 p.m..
Major Sheldon Smith, U.S. Army
3:30 p.m..
William Edwards, U.S. Army-Vietnam 1969-1970
Vietnam: In Their Own Words, Story Telling at the Vietnam Women’s Memorial is an educational program presented by the Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation.
The Vietnam Women’s Memorial Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring women who served during the Vietnam era. For additional information on the Memorial or its projects including other educational programs, Sister Search, publications, products, or research on women who served during the Vietnam era, you are invited to visit the Foundation’s Web site at www.VietnamWomensMemorial.org.
If you would like to participate in upcoming Storytelling events, please contact Dr. Marsha A. Guenzler-Stevens, Chair of the Education Committee, Vietnam Women’s Memorial Project Board of Directors, at 301-314-8505 or via e-mail at mguenzle@union.umd.edu. You may also contact the Project’s Board of Director Founder and President, Ms. Diane Carlson Evans via e-mail at vwmfdc@gmail.com.