CW3 Rudolph D Hayes was a potential VHPA member who died after his tour in Vietnam on 12/10/2005 at the age of 76.0 from Brief illness
Durham, NC
Date of Birth 11/25/1929
Served in the U.S. Army
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More detail on this person: RUDOLPH D. HAYES DURHAM- Rudolph D. Hayes of 5705 Old Well Street, passed on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 10, 2005, at his home after a brief illness. Final services will be observed at the Greater Saint Paul Missionary Baptist Church, 1102 Juniper Street. Interment will be held on Friday morning in Spring Lake. His early education was received at the Percy Street School in Greensboro. His high school education was received at the James B. Dudley High School, Class of 1946. Because of his early interest in leadership and in the military, he joined the U.S. Army and began a series of varied experiences. Among those experiences were 82nd Airborne (Fort Bragg), Signal School (Fort Monmouth, N.J.), 7th Calvary Regiment (Korea, 1st Calvary). Ge returned to North Carolina A & T State University and completed the requirements for the degree in electrical engineering. He later completed a tour of duty in Germany and three tours of duty in Vietnam. His tour of duty in Tobyhanna, Pa., involved working in television and broadcasting engineering. The experience that he gained provided him with a wealth of life skills that were useful in many areas. He took great price in his church and community involvement. The fellowship within the organization was a major motivator for him. He lived a life full of zest and enthusiasm. If he passed along any major concepts, he would insist that each one of us maintain constant contact with the Lord. Precious memories are instilled within the hearts of his survivors including his wife, Dorothy Dobson Hayes; his daughter, Doris Anita Hayes; his son, Rudolph Douglas Hayes; two grandchildren, Gabrielle and Joshua Hayes; mother Vivian C. Hayes of Greensboro; one sister, Linda D. Hayes of Greensboro; two brothers, Everette L. Hayes of Compton, Calif., and Robert B. Hayes II, of Greensboro; nieces, nephews and other close friends. Final arrangements are entrusted to Scarborough-Hargett Funeral Inc., Durham.

Burial information: Sandhills State Veterans Cemetery, Spring Lake, NC

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