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Steve and Glenda Gilroy reflect on their life during the Vietnam War. Specifically, Steve talks about being drafted as a conscientious objector and how being stationed as an orderly in a hospital helped him realize what he wanted as a future career. Glenda reflects on conversations she had with her father and brother during the war and how her upbringing influenced what she thought about conscientious objectors.
Cherry Grove Friends Church, Battleground Washington, Sacred Heart, Eugene, George Fox College, Battleground School District
Christian Denominations and Sects | Christianity | Ethics in Religion | Peace and Conflict Studies | Social History | United States History
Bock, Cherice and Beebe, Ralph, "Interview with Steve and Glenda Gilroy" (2017). War & Conscientious Objection in Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1940-1975. 3.