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In Memory

Richard W McCue

Richard W McCue

Richard Wyman McCue
LCPL US Marine Corps
January 20, 1947 - October 25, 1983
Burial: Riverside National Cemetery, Riverside, CA
Section 13 Site 27A

We had no information on Rich...but Wade Berliner has filled in some gaps....here is a note from Wade re: Rich:

Sue, I ask, if possible, for the site admin to update Rich McCue's profile to show military service in the USMC. Rich was a helicopter repair tech, and served a tour in Vietnam. After leaving active duty, he moved to Southern Cali, and worked in the aerospace industry. He was taken from us far too soon.

Amen, Wade.   May he continue to R.I.P.


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08/02/10 03:19 PM #1    

Wade Berliner

A big man, with a big heart, and a good friend.

We both got home from Nam about the same time, and hooked up to talk it out. After sharing a bottle of Granddad in an all-night laundromat by South Park, we started home, and immediately got pulled over. As they took me to jail to sleep it off, the last thing I saw was Rich flagging down a milk truck for a ride home, yakking and laughing with the driver.

Go good, brother, and we'll drink one for you at the USMC caucus. 

11/17/17 11:01 AM #2    

Jeffrey D Jubelirer

Peace and comfort to the McCue family my team mates and early friends.

11/23/17 01:10 AM #3    

Donald C McCune

I remember him playing football. He was always mixed up with me because our names were so similar. So sad to hear he was a Marine too, got back from Nam and then died later.  So sad. May he find God Loving and Warm. Semper Fi, Brother, Don

03/30/18 09:59 AM #4    

Jenny Baughman (Schad)

Richard was a neighbor who lived up the street from me.   His mom said that he died from leukemia probably related to Agent Orange exposure in Vietnam.

04/05/18 08:28 PM #5    

Gregory C (Huss) Hussey

Ah yes, it's my opinion, that he,sadly, was another US Marine who started dying B-4 leaving Vietnam . . . . . . thanks to one of Monsanto's Special Cocktails!

     As Wade said, Dick left us "WAY B-4 HIS TIME". He sat one desk behind me in one of Mr Blacks Geometry Classes. Dick was one a'

the guys who used to hang n' go "Rat-Racin" with a bunch of us Viet-Nam Vets. Just a group a' crazies taking  their cars up behind

the 'Old (Gone) Heidelberg-Raceway to' air them out. Dick would ride "Shotgun''in the Chevelle w/me. One time He mashed his left foot over top a'

my right foot . . . .all the way to the floorboard.  . . . . .No reason! Jus' "Nitro" bein "Nitro"! He was very strong that way,"Big Onions"! . . . . jus' like lining

up 'In-the Trenches' for Blue-Devils Friday nite Football.

     To Honor Dick, what say we git rid a' ANY-Round-Up we might have stored in our Garages/Basements SAFELY, an' agree to NEVER, EVER


would wanna do that 4 Dick . . . an' all the other honorable young people that did'nt make it . . . . .Thanks to MONSANTOS INDECENT ROUNDUP. .

     Semper Fi Dude, Your Friend Indeed, . . . Greg

ps:Yinz R probably aware, especially the Doctors n' Nurses in the Class of '65, about the Toxicity level of Glyphosate being so high, that just a

minute amount (1pmm) will damage the Leydig and Sertoli cells of the endocrine system . . . .decreasing Testosterone levels in our young male children/

grand-children by 35% in 24-48 hours . . . . just one exposure! Dick McCue and many others were dying B-4 they Rotated back to the "Land of the

all night Generators" . . . Thank You Monsanto for creating the Ingredient Glyphosate in "Agent Orange"


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