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  1. George Bontya said:

    Darlene, Welcome Home and thank you for your Service!

    June 12, 2020
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  2. Sharon (Leverson) Abbott-Gima said:

    I lost you years ago. We were good friends at both Ft Bliss Hospital and at Cam Ranh Bay.
    Loved reading about your experiences, one especially so very sad. Happy to see the pictures of the “Squirt” that I remember.
    You were always such a hard working, happy young woman and a credit to the ARC service!

    June 12, 2020
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  3. JOHN BIANCHI said:

    Thanks for a great job and service….so sorry for your loss.

    June 12, 2020
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  4. Danna Moore said:

    Hi Darlene. Great article!

    June 12, 2020
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  5. Danna Segura said:

    What an exciting and rewarding adventure! Thank you for your service.

    June 13, 2020
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  6. Mora Jean Hammer said:

    Darlene, why was this never advertised on TV? Thank you so much for the Service you did for our Troops. I had a brother over there in Saigon. And it must have been so rewarding for you and your desires to make these boys and girls and men and women who were there for us. I thank you again for placing The Donut Dollies on FB to let the world know you and others were over there making life as bearable as possible. You are a very thoughtful and amazing person. I love that I have met you on Facebook, whether we see one another in our lifetime, Love You Friend!

    June 13, 2020
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  7. Robert Garnett said:

    When I was at Camp Beavers, Korea in 1966/67, the Donut Dollies came once a week and it was great seeing American ladies.

    June 13, 2020
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  8. Robert Brunette said:

    Thanks for everything you did/do. Sorry for your loss. I met a women at the Reading of the names at the Wall in DC. It was hearbreaking to hear her talk about the Father she never met who died in Vietnam.

    June 13, 2020
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