William B. Luckenbill

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William B. Luckenbill
What "cool" things have you done? military advisor in Albania
City State Doylestown, PA USA
Have you visited PMC (now Widener University) since graduation? yes
What is your favorite memory of PMC? classmates and corps
Least favorite memory? Anti military sentiment in the administration
Military Service Army  
William B. Luckenbill


Yes! Attending Reunion
Have you done something you told yourself you wouldn't?

Yes, volunteered

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Dick, Happy Birthday. Hope you are doing well. Bill

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Ed, haven't seen you since we played football at Ft. Knox. It was you, me, ihor kolbasa, hank bachman and reese crowe and steve carnival.

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Sep 05, 2017 at 10:23 AM

I wonder if you can remember the names of the only two cadets that ever had an air conditioned room. Happy birthday and many more.

Jul 08, 2017 at 4:33 PM

Everitt was a good friend and best man at my first wedding. He was honest enough to tell me there was a bar close by where we could go instead of the wedding. I should have listened. He was always loyal and loved his time at PMC. After active duty we were in the same ASA unit for a while until I got into the 114th Infantry where his father had served in WWII. Ev was also at my last wedding and we still joked about the first. He said the last was a good move and he was an authority on good weddings as his lasted almost 50 years. We used to joke about Willy 2 star saluting us a block away and some of the Army guys we liked, Detlie, Wally, Ranger Ralph and Jerry Wages. We always wondered who "the phantom" was since he was blamed for many a deed on campus. We used to go to "Pete's" on occasion and I enjoyed a brew while Ev always had a rum and coke. He will be missed by many until we all arrive for first call in the hereafter. St. Peter will have his hands full.

Jun 29, 2017 at 10:53 AM

Carlo, Hope you and George can make the reunion at Gettysburg. Our lives have been greatly influenced by our cadet background. Once we made it through the freshman year, there was really not much in life that was going to be that hard. It made character in all of us or did it make characters of all of us. Must be getting old, because I have accomplished both.

May 23, 2017 at 1:03 PM

happy Birthday Dave, you are now at the head of the class. Perhaps you are entitled to a free hot dog from the engineering department at homecoming.

May 07, 2017 at 4:33 AM
Mar 09, 2017 at 1:09 PM

Everitt Williams is in a care facility for dementia which is in part , a result of his agent orange exposure as a platoon leader in the Americal Division in Vietnam. I talk to his wife on a regular basis and this is especially hard on the family. He has good and bad days. He didn't know me the last time I spoke with him and he doesn't know his wife on occasion. They no longer live at the Woodbury address. This is one of those sad situations that we never imagined when we were young and in the corps. Incidently, you and Ken are doing a great job for our class. Bill

Aug 23, 2016 at 12:02 PM

mike, Do you still have the 48 ford that you had in 68. One cool machine. Bill

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