United States Air Force Veteran, served from 2009-2015, achieving the rank of Staff Sergeant (E-5). While serving, he completed two tours to Kuwait and Afghanistan. He is a graduate from the University of Washington and the Community College of the Air Force, where he majored in Medical Anthropology and Global Health, and Applied Avionic Science.
Served with the U.S. Army in Viet Nam, 1968-1969. Became a mortician. Like to go fishing now, or talk about fishing when I can’t go. Catch and release guy, so I can always fib about total and size of caught fish. I like to help vets and their families in need. Lifetime member of VFW, and 22 year member of American Legion. Father of two sons and grandfather of two grandsons whom I dearly love.
Robert H. Kluckhohn, Jr., b. 1944, service brat. In Korea when the Reds invaded, Mom, Sis and I took a school bus from Kimpo to Inchon and caught a Norwegian freighter around to Nagoya, Japan. Went back later; graduated from Seoul American High School '62. Enlisted Army Signal Corps 1966; Basic Ft. Benning, AIT Ft. Gordon (72B Commcenter Specialist). Rode the last troop ship out of Brooklyn Army Terminal to Bremerhaven. 45th Medical Bn., 3rd Armored Div. at Frankfurt/Main: Opns clerk, radio and radio-teletype op, projectionist. Made Spec 4. Summer of '67, to Benning, washed out of OCS and on to Viet Nam. 54th Signal Bn., I Field Force, Nha Trang. Battalion Chaplain's Assistant: parish secretary, altar guild, acolyte, driver and private gunman, assigned to produce the battalion newsletter. Tet '68; R&R in Sydney, leave in Tokyo, then Ft. Lewis and ETS in time for Thanksgiving. Army Commendation Medal. Expert with M14 and M16. Danger to self and bystanders with hand grenade.
UW 1971-3, BA Psych, Olympic College Bremerton 1963-5, UW 1962-3 Engineering (ROTC). Washington State Patrol Communications Officer I and III 1969-71 and '76-2001, helped a couple Troopers in danger, helped catch a couple murderers, helped develop the Patrol's second Computer Dispatch system. Married Prudence Cramp R.N. 1971; one daughter, one son, one handsome, brilliant grandson, 6.
Wife, mother and disabled Post 911 veteran who served as an Officer Candidate for both the USMC and US Army from Seattle, Washington. I studied at Lee University of Cleveland Tennessee and graduated with honors with a BA in International Studies and BA in Bible/Theology while serving on the Spiritual Life Council. I am a candidate for MS/Psy.D in Clinical Psychology. I currently work with the King County Crisis Connections Crisis and Suicide Intervention. In 2017, I connected with American Legion Post 40 and serve as Chaplain. I love music (I was a vocal and saxophone major before changing my degree program), travelling, and cooking (to get into other countries I used my abilities in cooking to work while I traveled abroad and now bake for fun).