Theodore Janke, Jr. 

SGT - E5 - United States Marine Corps

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2531 - Field Radio Operator
Tour began on February 20, 1968
21 Years Old
Married
Salina, Kansas
October 5, 1946 to May 19, 1968

 

Jim remembers his brother...

Theodore Janke was my brother and is sadly missed to this day.  As the first in our
family to join the Marines, I feel somewhat responsible for his joining the Corps.  I will
always remember his sacrifice as well as those of all others.  I had the sad duty of
escorting my brothers body to our hometown.  I have been told by members of his unit
that he died a hero and I can believe that as he was a Gung Ho Marine.

 

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