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John Allen Shive 756907 i0John Allen Shive was a petty officer first class for the United States Navy. John was born on August 10, 1959 and was from Laguna Beach, California. On March 05, 1992, he died in a non-hostile incident in United States at the age of 33.
 
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John is buried in Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, Section A-A, Site C352C, San Diego, California
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John is survived by his wife, Denise, who confirmed that he passed away on March 5th, 1992, and his two daughters, Brittany and Brandi.
 
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Survived by daughters Brittany and Brandi!
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Brad Williamson
Brandi, my apologies for not including you. I did not realize John had two daughters. The Honors Page is updated!
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