In episode 227 Janna Hoehn a volunteer for the Wall of Faces Project was interviewed about her work in finding images of Vietnam Veterans who died in that war and whose names are on the Vietnam War Memorial Wall in Washington DC.
She is mentioned in an article featured in this episode. The article is from KHQ TV in Spokane, Washington. It is by Caitlin Rearden, KHQ Local News Weekend Anchor titled: Mystery solved: Veteran’s family found. The article describes how pictures of a deceased Vietnam Veteran were lost on a roundabout in Spokane Valley and how they were miraculously found and with the help of Hoehn they were able to make their way to the Wall of Faces in Washington DC.
There are still missing photos of Spokane area Vietnam Veterans of died in the war. The names of the veterans are listed below along with contact information if you know where photos could be found. All are urged to take a look at the list and notify a volunteer if you can help find more photos.
Janna Hoehn says she still needs 20 pictures from Spokane alone.
Those names are listed below. If you have photos of the Vietnam veterans listed that are still outstanding and would like to get them on the Wall of Faces, you can email email@example.com.
Charles E. Anderson, 1941-1966, Spokane
Larry E. Anderson, 1948-1968, Spokane
Paul A. Benkert, 1945-1967, Fairchild AFB
James E. Bowden, 1948-1968, Spokane
Prentice F. Brenton, 1926-1967, Spokane
James K. Emch, 1950-1970, Spokane
Ralph H. Franck Jr., 1947-1968, Spokane
Larry E. Graham, 1950-1969, Spokane
Ray E. Hombel, 1949-1969, Spokane
Douglas A. Howard, 1951-1972, Spokane
Roy M. Johnson, 1946-1968, Spokane
Edwin L. Koenig, 1934-1966, Spokane
John E. Laipple, 1949-1968, Spokane
Michael E. McNeal, 1947-1967, Geiger Heights
Royal P. Oden, 1950-1969, Spokane
Joel P. Staunton, 1943-1967, Spokane
William A. Taylor, 1946-1967, Spokane
Henry K. Weitz, 1949-1970, Spokane
John A. Welsford Jr., 1949-1969, Spokane
James A. Wimmer, 1948-1970, Spokane