In Memory

Bobby Pfeister

Bobby Pfeister

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05/13/16 08:38 PM #1    

William Campbell


We need to get in touch with Billy. Bobby's twin. He lives on Exchange Avenue in St. Matthews where he grew up and when he attended Waggener. Billy is alive and well.

I miss Bobby as I miss many of our classmates who are no longer with us in this world.

Bobby left the world in January 1968. I arrived in Vietnam in late January 1968 right smack in the middle of the Tet Offensive. I got to come home 3 years, 6 months and 19 days later. Alive.

We were way to young to have been in that War.

Bill Campbell

05/17/16 07:19 PM #2    

Sally Floyd (Ridley)

Bobby, Billy and I were in Civics class together. We made each other laugh and had fun. Losing Bobby hit me hard as we were so young and had just graduated. I have thought of him hundreds of times over the years. I found his name on the traveling Vietnam wall and cried. He was a wonderful person that we lost way too soon. Thank you to all who served for us. 

05/18/16 03:57 PM #3    

Robert Stocker

Billy hangs out at the American Legion Post on Shelbyville Rd. The commander,Hilary Harned, could help you reach him.

05/19/16 01:28 PM #4    

John Wells, Jr.

05/19/16 01:29 PM #5    

John Wells, Jr.

05/19/16 01:39 PM #6    

John Wells, Jr.

Billy came over today to give me some pics of his brother. I will be going to the Wall June 9 and he asked me to put these pics below his brothers name on the granite wall. Myself and a small group of corpsmen, Dr's, nurses will proudly put these below Bobby's name on the wall with a honorary military hero salute.

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