287 VVN – Janna Hoehn Still Finding Vietnam Vet Pictures

Janna Hoehn, Vietnam Veteran News, Mack Payne

Janna Hoehn with just a few of the Vietnam Veteran pictures she has located.

Janna Hoehn is continuing her passion for finding photos of Vietnam Veterans who died in that war for the Wall of Faces Project. That is the effort to locate a picture of every veteran whose name is on the Wall in Washington, DC. In this episode an article from the News and Record in Greensboro, NC by Jonnelle Davis titled: Woman wants to find photos of 5 Vietnam veterans from Triad is featured.

The article tells about, Janna Hoehn, a former Fayetteville resident now living in Maui, Hawaii who is a volunteer with a project that aims to put faces to the more than 58,000 names etched on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington.

She started out locating pictures of Hawaii veterans and has moved on to searching out photos throughout the United States. In this episode more about her passion for the project and how it was kindled will be shared.

Hoehn can be reached at neverforgotten2014@gmail.com. She will be happy to offer advice on finding lost photos.


Faces Never Forgotten, a project of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, needs photos of these five soldiers from Guilford County: James Ernest Thomas, James Marcus Robinson, Roger Wardell Jenkins and George Heyward Wallington, all of Greensboro; and James Earl Jenkins of High Point.

If you have any information about these men or if you can provide a photo, please email Jim Reece at reecejim@yahoo.com.

Visit www.vvmf.org/thewall to learn more about Faces Never Forgotten and to see the collection of photographs of soldiers.

Contact Jonnelle Davis at (336) 373-7080, and follow @jonsieNR on Twitter.


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