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Capts Jeff Sharver and Jeb Seagle KIA 25 Oct 83 Grenada HMM-261

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  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    My wife and I were neighbors of Jeff and his wife at North Topsail Beach, NC, during his deployment at Camp Lejuene, NC. We were with his wife when he was listed MIA in Greneda. We thought of Jeff, not as our neighbor, but as a son. The world lost a wonderful man when it lost Jeff. We shall never forget him. Jack & Luann Christine Davidson, NC -Submitted by: JackChristine [jc986@bellsouth.net] 2007-12-03
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    I was a neighbor and brother Marine of Jeff Scharver. I lived next door to Jeff and Patti on Topsail Island. Jeff was a great guy and a great Marine. His actions in Grenada came as no surprise to me. I can still see Jeff leaving my house the night before he deployed. Semper Fi brother... I miss you. -Submitted by: Steve Gilmore [mitch3trent@aol.com] 2009-05-29
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    Jeff was an outstanding individual. I knew him a bit at OSU where he was in ROTC, I in architecture school along with my roommate Rick Lindenmuth. Jeff and Rick were good buddies and well, its no surprise to me that Jeff is still remembered almost 30 years later. You can feel his gusto for life in his face. Thanks to the internet and thanks to Steve for posting this great picture. Sharver and Seagle did a very heroic thing that day in saving Howard with no ammunition aboard their Cobra, I'm very proud to have know Jeff. -Submitted by: NickBuccalo [info@hackhunters.com] 2010-04-08
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    27 years have gone by, and I still haven't forgotten about you, Pat and Jeb and what you did for Capt Howard. I still see the smile on your face Jeff before you left to grenada, joking about with Capt Mizel in the ready room at New River. Then hearing the news that you were gone. You were my freind, as was Jeb and Pat and you laid down your lives so another could live. I recently heard from Col Howard (ret). He is doing well and I can tell you, hes lived a good life. We were Marines, brothers, until the day we die, I'll see you at the gates of heaven when I get there, to relieve you!!!!!!! Semper Fi Sgt Chernek -Submitted by: mark chernek [markchernek@hotmail.com] 2010-05-28
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    Jeff and I went through jump school together in the summer of '77. I blew out my knee and washed out; I don't know if Jeff made it (I think he was the only one of the three of us who did). Commissioned in the Marines from the USNA in '79, I didn't see Jeff again, but was stationed in CLNC from '81-'84, and learned of his death while there. Over the years I've thought of the friends I've lost during my career, and among them is Jeff. I knew he had a daughter which - if memory serves - he never met, and I wish she knew what a fine gentleman her father was. Semper, Pat -Submitted by: Pat Fontaine [quietman_57@hotmail.com] 2010-10-23
  • Admin - Saturday 29 December 2018 17:09
    JEB, Was my first cousin.He loved his country very much.his mom and dad passed away early in life. So my aunt, my mom and dad looked after jeb.we will always miss him. He was very book smart and tough.He always had a smile on his face. GOD BLESS . VIC SEAGLE -Submitted by: james v seagle [vicseagle@yahoo.com] 2011-05-28