|Al was a great friend to
myself and to many others. Al brought together the remembrances of
those men who fought in the "Battle for Hill La Roumiere"
and spent many selfless hours assembling these recollections
into what is commonly known as the "PKG." Without Al
Roxburgh, I would probably have never known the
circumstances concerning my own father's "Baptism of Fire"
in WWII. From his obituary (following) I know that Al
had a fruitful and fulfilling life after the war and I also know how he touched my life and the lives of
countless others. Thank you, Al. I will never forget you.
J Puckett (|