David Brenner 

MAJ 04 United States Air Force

Air Force Patch

Tour began on March 15, 1968
12 Years of Service
Married with two children
and two grandchildren
34 Years Old
Manhattan, Kansas
Born September 26, 1933 in Waterville, Kansas - June 13, 1968

 

The Kansas State University Vietnam
Veterans Memorial in Manhattan

KSU Plaque 

KSU Memorial 

KSU Memorial 

KSU Memorial 

 

This message was left in the Faces On The Wall
notebook that travels with the tribute...

David was my cousin.  He stood with us at our wedding and we
named a son for him.
June (?) Brenner White
Scandia, KS

 

David was born in Waterville, Kansas.  He lived there for 2 years,
then his family moved to Peach Grove in Northern Riley County.
David graduated from Randolph High School and Kansas State
University in ROTC.  He joined the Air Force after college and
progressed to Major before being sent to Vietnam.  He was shot
down in June of 1968, and is buried at Leonardville Cemetery; he
had a wife, 2 children, and now 2 grandchildren.

 

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