A little about me.
I am the grandson of Edgar Irles Duncan
and Pecola Duncan. My father is Edgar Hugh Duncan all of Rockport, KY Near
Ceralvo, KY. Born 1956 at Ft Knox, KY. Went to school at Centertown grade school.
High school at Fern Creek,KY Served in the United States Army, 101 ST. Airborne
from 1973 to 1975. Vietnam Era Stationed at Ft.Knox,KY for training ship to TN
Airborne Missile training school. Now living at the borders of Vietnam and China
with my wife and daughter. I miss all the people I worked with on the fire Dept
at Beaver Dam, McHenry an Centertown. Good luck to all of you.
Thanks David, for your service to our country.
David has a brother, Michael, that was also a Vietnam Veteran and is living in China.
Following is a letter from Michael and a brief bit on his whereabouts for the past
Jerry, I and my brother are both in China now. David was in the Army and I was in
the Navy. This was in the early 70's and neither of us left the USA during our time
in. David was in Fort Knox and I was in San Diego. We both were Hon. Discharged.
That was about as exciting as it got. I don't have any photos of me in my Navy
uniform because of a fire in Texas in the 80's.
If you want to do a page on David and I you might want to think about us being in
China for 5 years teaching English and traveling over this big country. We have tons
of photos, Chinese wives and David's baby. I start teaching September 6 this year. I
teach college and David teaches mixed grades. If you need service dates for your
veterans page let me know. I showed David your webpage and he has been going back
in time ever since. haha.
Thanks Michael, for your service to our country.
I never knew David, Michael, nor their father, but I certainly knew Irles Duncan, David's
and Michael's grandfather. My father and Irles were the best of buddies. As stated on other
web pages of this site, my grandfather lived in the Ceralvo area before moving
to Rockport and probably, my father and Irles were classmates at one time of other.
Regardless, on any excursion to Ceralvo, or that area, we always tried to stop by
and see Irles. If not a stop, we certainly blew the car horn in passing. Thanks
you two brothers, for your service to our country.