Bob Haywood was the son of Anna (Gentry) Haywood and John David Haywood.
Bob Haywood was born May 5,1934, he died November 17,1972.

John David Haywood was the son of William David Haywood and Etta (Armstrong) Haywood.

Etta was the daughter of George and Mary (Brammer) Haywood.

Bob Haywood

Submitted by: Pat Wastion

Specialist 6, Bobbie Haywood, United States Army

 I would like to take the opportunity to honor the memory of this former serviceman. Mr. 
 Haywood was recognized by the United States Army for his valor and heroic deeds while serving
 on active duty during the Korean and Viet Nam Conflicts.
 These beliefs can be maintained if we look at his appearance and awards. It can be observed
 that his Class C, Kakhi uniform is decorated with the military awards of a true hero. Specialist
 Haywood is decorated with the Silver Star (nation's second highest award to the MOH for valor),
 Bronze Star, Army Commendation Medals, Purple Heart, Good Conduct Medals, UN Medals,
 Korean Service Medal, Viet Nam Campaign and Service Medals and he has also been awarded
 the Combat Infantryman's Badge.
 2. We all should truly admire this individual's conduct and bravery for his service to the
 United States of America. He was truly a brother-in-arms to the rest of us that wear the
 uniform and decorations our great nation. God bless him and his soul that he finds peace
 in his eternal slumber. (Amen).
 Thank you."
 J.W. Perry
 USA Ret.

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