MI MI - Daniel Harold Muttscheller, 31, Saginaw, 13 Feb 1982

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    Missing Person / NamUs #MP25327

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    Age: 31
    Height: 6'2" (74 inches)
    Hair Color: Red/Auburn
    Head Hair Description: Long hair with beard
    Facial Hair Description: Full Beard
    Eye Color: Brown
    Scar/mark: Right hand
    Tattoo: Tattoo on right forearm-Marine Corps #2404376

    Last seen in the city of Saginaw on 2/13/1982.
     
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    Family wants answers as to what happened to missing Saginaw Marine veteran

    Its been nearly 40 years since a Marine vanished, after he returned home from serving on the front lines in Vietnam.

    He has been declared deceased, but his sister is still holding out hope that he still might be alive.

    It was Christmas Day 1981 when family members say they last saw Daniel Muttscheller in Au Gres. It truly is a mystery as to what happened to him and his family is still hoping to get an answer one day.

    “We don’t know what happened to him,” says Charlotte Hardy, Daniel’s sister.

    Daniel Muttscheller was 17 years old when he enlisted in the United States Marines in the late 1960′s. Hardy says Muttscheller was on the front lines of the Vietnam War, and when he came back to the Saginaw area in 1969 or 1970, he talked of the horrors he saw while in combat. Hardy says he wasn’t the same.

    “He was not my brother anymore, he was not the funny, loving caring guy he was when he went over,” she remembers.
     

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