Washington, D.C. – David Wayne Romick served in the U.S. Army for 2 years, 11 months and 12 days in Vietnam. He was discharged upon his return with the Army’s Good Conduct Medal.
Mr. Romick never received the award and contacted the Congressman’s office for assistance. Today Rep. Grijalva presented Mr. Romick the award at his Tucson office.
“This recognition is long overdue, and I’m happy to play a part in bestowing it,” Rep. Grijalva said. “Like every veteran, Mr. Romick deserves this country’s thanks and support for the sacrifices he made. No one should have to wait this long to receive an award for courage in service to his country, and today we thank him all the more for his contribution.”