<html> <head> <META NAME="keywords" CONTENT="2/77Army Artillery Stories,6/77Army Artillery Stories, Personnel Rosters, 2/77Artillery Pictures, 6/77Artillery Pictures, Photos, Graphics, Rosters of 2/77Field Artillery Killed In Action, KIA, 6/77Field Artillery Killed In Action. WWI, WWII, Vietnam War, Artillery, Army, 2d Battalion, 77th Artillery, Veterans, Field Artillery, Cu Chi, Dau Tieng, Soui Dau, Soui Da, Soui Cut, Soui Tre, BURT, MAHONE, WOOD, CROOK, PIKE, FSB, RADAR, COUNTER MORTAR, REACTION, AO, FO, SURVEY"> <META NAME="description" CONTENT="Stories, Rosters, Pictures, of the 2d & 6th Battalions of the U.S. Army Field Atillery, and its veterans"> <META NAME="author" CONTENT="Michael Pectol"> <META NAME="generator" CONTENT="NOTE PAD"> <title>Honoring our KIAs!</title> </head> <body bgcolor="black"> <font color="silver"><body bgcolor="black"> <font color="silver"><center><img SRC="pflaga.gif" BORDER=0> <bgsound src="BlueBayouLindaRhondstadt.mp3" loop="1"> <center><img src="new77falogo.png"></center><br> <hr color=silver> <center><b>| <a href="honors.html">Back to KIA Roster</a>|</b></center> <hr color=silver> <center><b>Panel 35E, Row 42 </center><br> <center><h3>Reginald Alfonso Stancil </h3></center> <hr color=silver> <center><img src="armyarty.gif"></center> <center><img src="25idsm.gif"></center> <img src=puc.jpg><img src=nov6rpok.jpg><center><img src="phndvsvc.gif"></center> <br> Born on: : 5/23/1943 <br> Below are some rememberances posted for him: <br> We Remember Reginald is buried at Gettysburg Nat Mil Park. <br> 3 GIs, Marine From Area Die In Viet Battles <br> First Lt. Reginald A. Stancil, 24, of Rose Hill ave., West Grove, Chester county (PA). Lt. Stancil was leading his artillery unit in support of a Marine group at Khe Sahn when he was killed by mortar fire. He was a 1965 graduate of Lincoln University and was in Vietnam three months. Survivors include his wife, the former Elaine Richardson, of West Grove; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Stancil, of Bristol; four brothers, George, Lee, Joseph and William Jr., and four sisters, Betty, Valerie, Jane and Evelyn. <br> <br> Article appeared in part in The Philadelphia Inquirer on January 30, 1968. The other 2 soldiers and Marine mentioned in the article were SP4 William J. Davidson Jr., of Downingtown, PA and PFC Edward J. Craig of Willingboro, NJ, and Marine PFC Donald L. Hunter of Penns Grove, NJ. <br> <br> Posted by: Jim McIlhenney Relationship: Native Pennsylvanian & VietVet Thursday, September 4, 2003 <br> <br> <center>Gone but not forgotten</center><br> Just wanted to let you know that you will always be remembered, not only in the hearts and minds of those that knew you, but here on our 2/77 site and your sacrifice cherished by us along with your memory! <br> Rest in peace, brother <br> <hr color=silver> <center><b>| <a href="honors.html">Back to KIA Roster</a>|</b></center> <hr color=silver> </body> </html>