Pinetops NC – In Memory of Private First Class Arthur Lee Dancy


Let us not forget Private First Class Arthur Lee Dancy, casualty of the Vietnam War. As a member of the Army, PFC Dancy served our country until January 23rd, 1967 in Binh Duong, South Vietnam. He was 19 years old and was not married. Arthur died from suffocation. His body was recovered. Arthur was born on April 9th, 1947 in Pinetops, North Carolina.

PFC Dancy is on panel 14E, line 071 of the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. He served our country for less than a year.

Note: PFC Dancy is my uncle my dad Curmilus Dancy Sr.’s brother. He is the son of now deceased parents Samuel Dancy Sr. and William Ann Dickens Dancy.

His siblings are:

Wilbur Wraye Dancy McNeil – Pinetops NC
Gwendolyn Dancy Burns – Robersonville NC
Juanita Dancy Oates – Charlotte NC
Oleathia Dancy Hayes – Warrenton NC
Christine Dancy Sharpe – Richmond, Va
Annie Mae Dancy Pitt – Deceased

Curmilus Dancy Sr. – Pinetops NC
Eugene Dancy – Pinetops NC
Winfred Dancy
– Castalia NC
Bernard Dancy – Tarboro NC
Curtis Dancy – Tarboro NC
LeRoy Dancy – Deceased
William Henry Dancy – Stafford Va
Leonard Dancy – Norwalk Conn
Samuel Dancy Jr. – Deceased

PFC Dancy RIP on the family farm that is located in Pinetops, NC where his mother, father, sister, brother and other relatives are resting in peace.

I do not remember Uncle Arthur however I do remember the day that the service people came to tell my grandmother about his death.

Note: Thank you Aunt Chris for sharing the link to the information about Uncle Arthur. I decided to add more information.

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Private First Class Arthur Lee Dancy

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One thought on “Pinetops NC – In Memory of Private First Class Arthur Lee Dancy

  1. PFC Arthur Lee Dancy huh??? My father served 3 tours in Vietnam, and thank God he made it back, not the same person he was before he left but hey. Growing up in Onslow County Dancy, home of the USMC, I know many many many a family effected by Ole Vietnam, myself included. They did it, no matter their race, for folks like you and me to be able to enjoy OUR FREEDOM. I hate it that he died though… Me and my wifey have had this conversation about letting our kiddies join if they wanted to when they got older… The juries still out. Save that conversation for a later date. Good blog entry…. Later.

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