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June 17, 1992 | MARILYN YAQUINTO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Corky Condon was 10 when she last celebrated Father's Day in June, 1967. That was the year Lt. Cmdr. Robert Condon was killed by an enemy missile. It was 11 days before her 11th birthday. On Sunday, for the first time in 25 years, she will mark the occasion again--this time by placing a card and a single red rose at the Wall--the Vietnam Memorial, where her father's name and legacy are etched into the black granite. She hopes she will have company.
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November 26, 1992 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeanette Chervony was only 13 months old when her father, Army Sgt. Eddie Chervony, was killed in Vietnam, just three days short of his 21st birthday. She knows most of the details of his 1968 death. She's read them countless times on the citation that accompanied his Distinguished Service Cross: In an "extraordinary" act of heroism during an enemy attack, he voluntarily carried wounded men from overrun positions to safety. He made five trips.
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November 26, 1992 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeanette Chervony was only 13 months old when her father, Army Sgt. Eddie Chervony, was killed in Vietnam, just three days short of his 21st birthday. She knows most of the details of his 1968 death. She's read them countless times on the citation that accompanied his Distinguished Service Cross: In an "extraordinary" act of heroism during an enemy attack, he voluntarily carried wounded men from overrun positions to safety. He made five trips.
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June 17, 1992 | MARILYN YAQUINTO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Corky Condon was 10 when she last celebrated Father's Day in June, 1967. That was the year Lt. Cmdr. Robert Condon was killed by an enemy missile. It was 11 days before her 11th birthday. On Sunday, for the first time in 25 years, she will mark the occasion again--this time by placing a card and a single red rose at the Wall--the Vietnam Memorial, where her father's name and legacy are etched into the black granite. She hopes she will have company.
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