Merrell, Louis Raymond, Sgt

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Primary Unit
1943-1944, 521, 1st Raider Bn
Service Years
1942 - 1945
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This Military Service Page was created/owned by Cpl George Reilly to remember Marine Sgt Louis Raymond Merrell (Ray).

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Contact Info
Home Town
Marshall, Mo.
Last Address
827 Dixie
Liberty, Mo. 64068

Date of Passing
Sep 09, 2019
Location of Interment
Not Specified
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 Official Badges 

WW II Honorable Discharge Pin

 Unofficial Badges 

Order of the Golden Dragon Shellback US Marine Corps Honorable Discharge (Original)

 Military Association Memberships
American LegionPost 8154, George R. Baxmann 6th Marine Division AssociationUnited States Marine Raiders Association
  2003, American Legion [Verified]
  2003, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW), Post 8154, George R. Baxmann (Member At Large) (United States) [Verified]
  2003, 6th Marine Division Association [Verified]
  2003, United States Marine Raiders Association [Verified]

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  Book Review by Sabrina Lemons
Mar 10, 2010

Last Updated:
Mar 12, 2010

Ray Merrell's Book MY THREE YEARS IN THE MARINE CORPS....finished it yesterday...will likely have to re-read it...there is a lot to soak in...woven in between the letters home & the era of the they have changed...yet...not the ingenuity & creative nature of the Marine...peppered with all that is the Corps...particularly the humor & sense of each other...

WOW...great gift for anyone who has ever been in love, lived through a war era, appeciates the simpler times in life & wants to remember what really mattered was in your own house, on your own street in your own downtown, rural, urban America...

Take a walk through both sides of WWII with Ray, Helen & all their friends, family & fellow Marines.

Good for the soul...

Highly recommended...

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