Cecil Richard AWMM
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Vietnam 41301 AWMM
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- 18 June 1970 AWMMDied of wounds, Cause of Death AWMM
Died of wounds caused by a command detonated mine. AWMM
- Was NOT Killed in Action (KIA), Cecil Died of Wounds (DoW)...18June 1970 Public - Roscoe - Comrade - 24 November 2017 - http://vietnamwar.govt.nz & Dieppe Barracks history
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41301 Lance Corporal Cecil Richard Fisk was born on 2nd June 1946 in New Zealand. He was the son of Lionel Horace Fisk and Joan nee Quintal. He married Gail nee Bullen and left two children - Julie Anne Fisk and Andrew Richard Fisk.
He died on 18th June 1970 at age 24 in Vietnam, killed in action. He was part of Victor 5 Company of 2RAR/NZ (ANZAC) Battalion. AWMM
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Cecil Richard Fisk
Hi granddad I love you I wish and pray that I could see you,you would have been a tough and loving granddad I love you and I miss you I think that one day I will be up there with you floating in the clouds never looking back to home because my home is your heart and I love you
Public - Raiah liv - Other relative - 29 November 2018
#41301 Cecil Richard FISK [V1, V5] 18 June 1970 (DoW) Buried at Ruru Lawn Cemetery, 55 Raymond Rd, (& 70 Ruru Rd) Christchurch 8062. Block; 1D, Plot; 165. [[-43.532739, 172.690067]] LEST WE FORGET a much loved member of our unit, commemorated each ANZAC Day for his valued service to our country ONWARD
Public - Roscoe - Comrade - 4 June 2018
Always thinking of you Uncle Ces
Public - susan - Direct descendant - 2 May 2016
- Subritsky, M. (Ed). (1995). The Vietnam scrapbook: The second ANZAC adventure. Papakura, N.Z.: Three Feathers Publishing Co. AWMM
- McGibbon, I.C. (2010). New Zealand's Vietnam War: a history of combat, commitment and controversy. Auckland, N.Z.: Exisle AWMM
|29 November 2018||Raiah liv||Brisbane Queensland ||Other relative||
|24 November 2017||Roscoe||Auckland||Comrade||
|02 May 2016||susan||christchurch New Zealand||Direct descendant||
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