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RONALD E. GAUL

HUNTSVILLE Funeral services tor Sgt. Ronald Eugene Gaul, 21. son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Russell Gaul, Route 2. Hughesville. who died on Okinawa, Dec 18, 1968. will be held at the Ewing Funeral Home at 2 p m. Saturday, with the Rev. Walter P. Arnold officiating. Full military honors will be conducted by personnel from Ft Leonard Wood, arranged by Captain Charles Rothlisherger of Wentworth Military Academy at Lexington.

Burial will be in Highland Sacred Gardens.

   The body arrived in Kansas City Wednesday, accompanied by Sgt Michael Krajewski and was brought to the Ewing Funeral Home.

   Sgt Gaul was born in Sedalia, Feb 11, 1947 son of Roy Russell and Opal M. Roberts Gaul. He received his elementary education at Versailles, Phoenix, Ariz. and Kansas City. He attended the West Seattle High School at Seattle, Wash. He enlisted in the Army at Seattle, Wash in 1965 and received his basic training at Ft Ord, Calif. and was sent to Fort Gordon. Ga. for further training. He was assigned to the 82nd Air Brone [sic] Division and sent to Ft Bragg. NC for paratroop training and upon completion was sent to Ft Lee Va.  Assigned to 508th Air Brone  [sic] Infantry, he was sent to Ft Kobbe, Canal Zone, Panama for one year. The unit was sent to Vietnam, Dec. 1, 1967.  Wounded Feb. 24, 1968, he was sent on R&R to Australia and from there to Okinawa.

   Sgt Gaul was a member of the Nazarene Church, Seattle, Wash.

   He is survived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Russell Gaul, Huntsville; two brothers, Sgt Clarence Lee Roy Gaul, Ft. Bragg, NC, Dwain Ray Gaul, 8, of the home, his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Emma Gaul, Phoenix, Ariz. and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts, Stover.

[The Sedalia Democrat, Sedalia, MO, 03 January 19690, Friday, page 4]

Funeral Services

Sgt. Ronald Eugene Gaul

Funeral services tor Sgt, Ronald Eugene Gaul, 21, Route 2, Hughesville, who died on Okinawa, Dec 16, will be held at the Ewing Funeral Home at 2 p m. Saturday. Rev. Walter P. Arnold will officiate.

Personnel from Ft Leonard Wood will act as pallbearers and will conduct full military honors at the grave site.

Burial will be in Highland Sacred Gardens.

[The Sedalia Democrat, Sedalia, MO, 03 January 19690, Friday, page 4]