Richard Greenspan Killed in Action in Vietnam

Richard Greenspan, Nutley NJ, KIA Vietnam, Marine Private First Class Richard Greenspan, 21, of Povershon Road, was killed in action in Quan-Tri Province, Vietnam, on Nov. 10, 1968.

Greenspan was the sixth Nutley man to lose his life in Vietnam.

He had attended Nutley High School and the Eastern Military Academy before joining the Marines.

He was a member in good standing of Temple B'nai Israel, Nutley, where he was Bar Mitzvahed.

He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Marion Sverdlik and a sister, Miss Fran Greenspan, both of Nutley.

Adapted from the Nutley Sun.


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Pvt. Richard Greenspan, Nutley NJ, KIA Vietnam,

Pvt. Richard Greenspan, Nutley NJ, KIA Vietnam,


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Pvt. Richard Greenspan, Nutley NJ, KIA Vietnam,

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