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Posted: 3/21/2017
Name: bill miller
Message: "Chief Weaver was a great supply officer and a good friend to me..I also remember when he was acting commander when Ltc Shuetze was gone and gave an article 15 to one of the soldiers at the camp..Chief was tough and a real ranger at heart

Posted: 3/20/2017
Name: Bob Suchke
Message: Sad news

Chief Weaver will certainly be missed by all who knew him. He was the best Property Book Officer I ever served with. After Vietnam, the overall Army supply system was broken and in great turmoil. It simply did not work in my opinion. He came in in 1972 and not only fixed the supply system for the Mountain Ranger Camp, he was also able to procure many things we previously could not obtain and had to purchase out of pocket. He cared for all the Cadre, soldiers and Ranger students and kept the logistics machine operating.



Posted: 3/19/2017
Name: Mike Ramsey
Message: Just wanted to let all the old Rangers from the 70's era know that Chief William (Bill) Weaver has passed away. Chief Weaver was our S4 during that time period. Funeral services are planned for Wednesday, March 22nd at 1400. Bannister's Funeral Home. RLTW

Posted: 3/16/2017
Name: Bob Bischoff

Nice article in the North Georgia News (Blairsville, GA) newspaper this week about Tom Wilburn receiving a "Quilt of Valor." The article didn't mention Tom being a RHOF inductee. Kudos to Tom. (If I can remember, I will bring the article to our April meeting. RLTW

Posted: 3/14/2017
Name: Andy Anderson
Message: I just received a call from Lisa Henry. Bob Henry who served at the Ranger Camp passed away recently.

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