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Missing From Maine

Malcolm Arthur Avore
Hallwell, Maine
U.S. Navy
Missing July 18, 1965
South Vietnam
John Henry Ralph Brooks
Bryant Pond, Maine
U.S. Army
Missing May 13, 1969
South Vietnam
Carl Russell Churchill
Bethel, Maine
U.S.A.F.
Missing May 03, 1970
North Vietnam
Richard Clair Dority
Dover-Foxcroft, Maine
U.S. Army
Missing Nov. 03, 1970
South Vietnam
Blenn Colby Dyer
Standish, Maine
U.S.M.C.
Missing April 27,1967
South Vietnam
Walter Louis Hall
Old Town, Maine
U.S.Army
Missing June 10, 1965
South Vietnam
Terrance Higgins Hanley
Gardiner, Maine
U.S. Navy
Missing Jan. 01, 1968
North Vietnam
Jack Rockwood Harvey
Gardiner, Maine
U.S.A.F.
Missing Nov. 28, 1972
South Vietnam
John Norman Huntley
Portland, Maine
U.S. Army
Missing Sept. 27,1969
Laos
Joseph Tony Musetti Jr.
Hall Quarry, Maine
U.S. Navy
Missing Sept. 28, 1967
South Vietnam
William Stephen Sanders
Winthrop, Maine
U.S.A.F.
Missing June 30, 1970
Laos
Neil Brooks Taylor
Rangeley, Maine
U.S. Navy
Missing Sept. 14, 1965
South Vietnam
Peter George Vlahakos
Auburn, Maine
U.S.M.C.
Missing Feb. 01, 1966
North Vietnam
POW/MIA Missing Man Table

This table set for one is small.... it symbolizes the frailty of one prisoner against his oppressors.

The table cloth is white... it symbolizes the purity of their intentions to respond to their country's call to arms.

The single rose displayed in a vase reminds us of the families and loved ones of our comrades in arms who keep faith awaiting their return.

The red ribbon tied so prominently on the vase is reminiscent of the red ribbons worn on the lapel and breasts of thousands who bear witness to their unyielding determination to demand a proper accounting for our missing.

A slice of lemon is on the bread plate... to remind us of their bitter tears.

There is salt upon the bread plate...symbolic of the families' tears as they wait.

The glass is inverted...they cannot toast with us today.

The chair is empty... they are not here.