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CSMJ Ricardo Devilla, 91st Coast Artillery (PS) (Read 2005 times)
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CSMJ Ricardo Devilla, 91st Coast Artillery (PS)
Jun 13th, 2007, 3:28pm
 
I am trying to find info on Ricardo Devilla.  He live Washington State.  I am researching finding out his unit, also he was in the Bataan Death March.  Any info would be appreciated.
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Re: CSMJ Ricardo Devilla,
Reply #1 - Jun 14th, 2007, 6:00pm
 
According to Jose Calugas, Jr., President of the Tacoma Chapter of PSHS and National First Vice President, Command Sergeant Major (CSMJ) Ricardo Devilla lives in Tacoma, WA. He is a retired Philippine Scout, having served during WWII in the 91st Coast Artillery (PS).  He also is a life member and past Chapter President of the Tacoma PSHS Chapter. He now lives in the assisted living community at Dupont, WA. near Ft. Lewis.

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Re: CSMJ Ricardo Devilla,
Reply #2 - Jun 28th, 2007, 9:11pm
 
Jude,

I am Zenaida Crisostomo-Slemp the secretary for the Capt. Joe Calugas Sr.  Tacoma Chapter of PSHS.  Ricardo Devilla is my "Ninong"  godfather.  He is doing well and he and "Ninang" live in a retirement home in Dupont Washington.  I have never posted anything or replied on this board so I'm not sure how it works.  But, I certainly can contact him for you as well as his children but I don't know how to contact you and I'm not sure that I should post my email address.  

He and my father, Serry Salazar Crisotomo served together Battery E, 91st Coast Artillery.  I too would like any information that anyone may have about my father or if anyone has a relative or friend that knows him.  His nickname was "Bonging" and he was born on Corregidor and also  a Philippine Scout was in the Bataan Death March, interned as a prisoner of war at Capas Tarlac, Camp O'Donnell ,as well as in Korea, Okinowa, and Vietnam.
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