John Hardy

[6 MAY 1933 - L2 - 20275 - 7 NOV 2004]

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[John Hardy Funeral - JAN 2005]

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L-2 Firsties - 1st Row: Goldstein - Hardy - Schlotter - Faurer - Cutchin - Landers - 2nd Row: Mayson - Darrah - Volkstadt - Barker - 3rd Row: Herren - Karnes - Doerr - Smetana - 4th Row: McNerney - Maus - Spellman - Schepps - Sydenham (CO)



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Andrews - Jacobs - Olvey - Gilpatrick -
Karam - Hardy [Brigade Staff]



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Doerr - Hardy - Reb Young - Andrews - Sullivan -
Schow - Staudaher - Domeck ['55 Color Guard]



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John Scott Hardy

John Scott Hardy was born on 6 May 1933 in Texas. He was appointed to West Point from the 4th Congressional District of Alabama and entered on 3 July 1951. He was in Company L2 andCadet Master Sergeant and Brigade Sergeant Major his first class year. He graduated on 7 June 1955 and was commissioned in the US Air Force.


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Leslie Ann Hardy

(26 OCT 1934 - 24 OCT 2001)

HARDY, LESLIE ANN, 66, of St. Petersburg, died Wednesday (Oct. 24, 2001) at Bayfront Medical Center. Born in Yonkers, N.Y., she came here in 1977 from Fort Walton, Beach.

She was a homemaker and a member of St. Raphael's Catholic Church in St. Petersburg.

Survivors include her husband of 46 years, John S.; two sons, John S., Homestead, and Kenneth, Tampa; two daughters, Brooke Agnew, St. Petersburg, and Kathy Vigneveno, Safety Harbor; two grandchildren. ALifeTribute FuneralCare, St. Petersburg.

Buried: Arlington National Cemetery.


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John Scott Hardy

This afternoon, 5 January 2005, John and Leslie Hardy were laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery. There were full Air Force honors appropriate to the occasion. Preceding the burial was a Catholic Funeral Mass at the Old Post Chapel. In attendance in addition to the immediate family (two sons, two daughters and a grand daughter) were 15 classmates: Jim Bergen, Jim and Nancy Cutchin, Chuck Ewing, Joe Franklin, Ted Gay, Bud Goldstein, Bill McCulla, Carl McNair, Dave McNerney, Rich Miller, Chuck Roades, Bob Russell, Matt and Betty Schepps, John and Ruth Sloan, and Bill Welter.

John spent much of the last year of his life in a VA hospital in St. Petersburg. He was being treated for complications resulting from prostate cancer. He died peacefully on November 7th 2004. Leslie had died a few years earlier.

John received many decorations for his service which included 101 combat missions over North Vietnam, and 72 missions in support of ground forces in South
Vietnam.

Matt
Matt Schepps
5 JAN 2005


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