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Jeff Lukens
lukensjs@3maw.usmc.mil
I never met this man but as they say once a Marine always a Marine. This world is a much darker place when a Marine leaves it the good news is that the streets of heaven will be a little more secure tonight.
San Diego, Ca USA - 10:5:55 12/3/104
Roe Smith
baseballrs13@flashmail.com
A void has been left by your departure. Many will take heart from what you have done and tried to do. Thank you for your service to us and the USA. May every Marine live up to your example.
M M, NY USA - 10:50:20 11/20/104
Ingrid Ihle
ingridihle@ureach.com
Roy was my mentor and silent supporter. I don't know if he realized how much I adored him or how much 2 weeks with him changed my life. Roy didn't put my life in focus but gave me a good turn and strong kick in the behind to help me on my way. You will never be forgotten.
Apex, NC USA - 8:33:46 11/10/104
Wes Anderson (Doc)
andy83815@yahoo.com
A good Marine Semper Fi Roy
Coeur D Alene, ID USA - 16:25:17 11/9/104


, USA - 23:36:10 11/6/104
Brenda Kerns-Luksan
NSBHILLBILLY@AOL.COM
My Dear Cousin Buster (ROY) although I have not seen you in a very long time I have thought and prayed for you. You will be forever loved and missed. May you rest in peace. God bless you Buster for the Love and Life you have given. Your Cousin-Runt...Brenda Kerns Luksan
New Smyrna Beach, FL USA - 21:45:3 11/4/104
Nick Vitale
nvitale@ec.rr.com
Semper Fi
MCB CL, NC USA - 9:53:47 11/2/104
Jessica McCoy
Thank you for your service Marine and family.May God grant you peace and strength. Thank you and God bless our troops
Williamson, WV USA - 8:47:28 11/2/104
wildchild
teddy_bear367@yahoo.com
Roy Bus as I also called him. Was a very true and dear friend. I had known him for about 5 on line and he had been a true and loving friend throu many trying times for me in those 5 years. I will Never forget you my dear Friend. You now are truely out of pain and Standing Tall.
Sidney, Ky USA - 10:8:29 10/31/104
Joe Kalista
joseph.m.kalista@parsonsec.com
Roy Chambers was very special. Who else would bring a monster truck to my house and park it on my front lawn. What other man would know the problem with my pickup just by taking a ride in it. It was always a pleasant surprise to have Roy and Barbara stop at my house on their way to or back from Va. My work prevented me from keeping in close contact. The Chambers family has always been in my prayers. We never made that fishing trip. We never did get together on my fathers service records. Time goes so fast. Roy went to his reward 42 years to the day my father Capt. Martin C. Kalista US Army who was Barbarba uncle. Now Roy can talk to Marty direct. Roy you will be sadly missed but not forgotten. My mom Florence who is in hospital also offers her regrets to the Chambers family. God Bless rest in eternal peace. Joe Carol Andrew and Elizabeth Kalista
Barnesville, Pa USA - 22:48:58 10/29/104
Lorraine
I've never met Buster but in a way we're connected. My younger brother became part of Buster's brotherhood on Oct 15 at Parris Island...and I couldn't be prouder. Rest in peace Buster - - you will not be forgotten.
, USA - 14:40:33 10/29/104
Mary McArthur
kanga@wowway.com
Am an Australian living in the States but am a friend of all Vietnam Veterans Proud to be the Sister of an Australian Vietnam Veteran
Columbus, OH USA - 7:0:9 10/29/104
Rob aka Robbo
robj@bigpond.net.au
I treated Buster as one of my mates as we were both Veterans and we seemed to understand each others problems. rest well Bus. Robbo They shall grow not old as we that are left grow old Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them.
melbourne, victoria australia - 20:30:14 10/28/104
Robert J Junyor
Semper Fi Mac
Conway, Ark. USA - 3:38:34 10/28/104
FRANK NANCY WILSON
BRCORANGE@MSN.COM
ROY SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR FATHER. OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.
ROANOKE, VA USA - 21:32:21 10/27/104
Lois Culver
lois@acoder.net
The other day Buster (as we called him) and I were wondering how long we had known each other. He decided it was about 12 years or more --all online. I loved him very much and he was my best friend techie and I called him my "adopted son". We never got to meet "face to face".I thank God for letting him finally be without pain after many years of it. He was a big part of my life and that of my daughters....we will always miss him.
Grants Pass, OR USA - 15:49:42 10/27/104
Lois Culver
lois@acoder.net
The other day Buster (as we called him) and I were wondering how long we had known each other. He decided it was about 12 years or more --all online. I loved him very much and he was my best friend techie and I called him my "adopted son". We never got to meet "face to face".I thank God for letting him finally be without pain after many years of it. He was a big part of my life and that of my daughters....we will always miss him.
Grants Pass, OR USA - 15:49:8 10/27/104
Donna Barton
dgbarton@sprynet.com
Busterc will always be remembered for his wit and kindness He touched the hearts of a lot of people who will miss him But the memories will be good ones BusterC was always a person who found the good in things Rest in Peace Bus you will always be remembered with a smile
Va Beach, VA USA - 19:23:14 10/26/104
Chiefy
cfr301@bright.net
Roy Bus as I called him has been a long time friend who I first met on Starlink-Irc.Org when he joined our chat net. Over time we grew close became friends. A few years back my father a Marine who had driven his family away one by one committed suicide. It was a tough night when that happened bus spent most of that night talking with me I will never forget his friendship and compassion. Just a couple of weeks ago he told me how he had watched my career how proud he was to have me as a close friend. That was a strong compliment coming from a hero like Roy. Rest in Peace my friend you served your country and your friends well.
Wapakoneta, Oh USA - 19:20:56 10/26/104
Chiefy
cfr301@bright.net
Roy Bus as I called him has been a long time friend who I first met on Starlink_Irc.Org when he joined our chat net. Over time we grew close became friends. A few years back my father a Marine who had driven his family away one by one committed suicide. It was a tough night when that happened bus spent most of that night talking with me I will never forget his friendship and compassion. Just a couple of weeks ago he told me how he had watched my career how proud he was to have me as a close friend. That was a strong compliment coming from a hero like Roy. Rest in Peace my friend you served your country and your friends well.
Wapakoneta, Oh USA - 19:19:30 10/26/104
Jean
jeanszig@optonline.net
Love and prayers to the whole family. Lots of hugs and prayers to Roy Jr.
Huntington, NY USA - 17:49:36 10/26/104
Ken Harrington
ken.harrington@raymondcorp.com
Roy was a true friend for years. He helped me through some hard times and we shared many memories. When he saw my poem "Freedom Bird" he had to have it for the site. He was a fighter and a true hero. Ken
Greene, NY USA - 12:15:59 10/26/104
Janet Tsoutsos
janettsoutsos@bellsouth.net
"Well done my good and faithful servant you have been trustworthy in a few things I will put you in charge of many things enter into the joy of your Master. Blessed is the servent whom his Master will find at work when he arrives for He will put that one in charge of all His possesions. Come inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world." May the Maker of All give you a peace that surpasses all understanding until you meet again. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Janet
Jacksonville, FL USA - 11:33:51 10/26/104
D. Ferguson
Roy was a true friend of one of my good friends Darry Deaton. May God comfort the family doing this time of sorrow. For Jesus said that He would heal the broken in heart. With sincere sympathy.
, USA - 9:42:35 10/26/104
Darry L. Deaton
Darry.Deaton@MuddyBoots.net
Roy was one of my two dearest friends and fellow Marine Corps veterans. We were alike in so many ways yet different in others. We complemented each other and made a hell of a team.

He was an impressive man standing 6' 4" and 235 pounds while I am a mere 5' 11" and 185 pounds. He was brash and bold I am somewhat reserved.

But we shared an intense patriotism, love of the Marine Corps, and a strong sense of duty. I shall miss him terribly.
Gaithersburg, MD USA - 1:37:2 10/26/104