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Calling In Angels

IN VICTORY’S JOY, SAGINAW MOURNS 407 DEAD  (WWII)

The Saginaw News August 15, 1945

On these pages are listed 281 reported as killed in action, 33 reported as dead of wounds, 9 who died in enemy prisons, 13 who fell victims to disease, 65 who were killed in accidents, 6 who died of varied miscellaneous causes.
 There are also listed here the names of 34 who are still are listed as missing in action, 13 who are recorded by war and navy departments as prisoners of war.
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These Fighting Men Still Listed as Missing or Prisoners of War

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James Alexander, EM2c

Son of Mrs. Arthur Haywood

Of 1503 Stanley :

Lost on submarine in Pacific,

Reported March 21, 1944

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Sgt. David E. Becker

Son of Mr.& Mrs. George Becker,

Of 507 Lynn :

On B-29 raid over Tokyo

March 17, 1945

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Pvt. Gerald Blackmer

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Blackmar

Of St. Charles RD2:

Captured at Corregidor,

May 1942

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S/Sgt. Florian Borucki

Son of Mrs. Frances Borucki

Of 3043 N. Michigan :

On raid over China,

Jan. 20, 1945

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Pva. Mason J. Bouchey

Son of Mr. & Mrs. George Bouchey,

Of 1502 Perkins:

Captured at Corregidor,

May 1942

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1/Lt. Robert M. Brown

son of Mr. & Mrs. Ralph A. Brown,

of 916 Emerson:

On raid over Europe,

November 30, 1943

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S/Sgt. Boyd Burgess

Son of Mr. & Mrs. John R. Burgess,

Of 3919 Morris:

On raid over Germany,

May 12, 1944

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Thomas Byron, BM1c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Clarence C. Byron

Of 127 South Mason:

In sinking of cruiser USS Juneau

November 1942

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Col. Theodore Cornell

Husband of Mrs. Theodore Cornell

Of Kansas City :

Captured at Corregidor, Philippines

May 1942

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T/Sgt. Alex Crowell

Son of Mr. & Mrs. George Crowell,

 of 1008 Atwater:

On raid over Germany,

January 11, 1944

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T/Sgt. Rheaume Dunn

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Harry Dunn,

Of Freeland RD 3:

On raid over Europe,

June 1943

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Sgt. Herman Eisner

Son of Mrs. Anna Eisner

Of Hemlock:

In aerial fighting in Southwest Pacific

January 1942

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S/Sgt. Charles Feavyear

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Cecil A. Feavyer,

Of Saginaw , RD8 :

Captured at Corregidor, 

May 1942

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T/Sgt. Melvin Foley

Husband of Mildred Foley,

of 1134 Genesee :

Captured in Belgium,

December 18, 1944

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1/Lt. Ernest W. Fordney

son of Mr. & Mrs. Ernest W. Fordney,

of 505 Wright;

Over Bay of Bengal, Japan

March 25, 1945

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2/Lt. John McLaughlin Forrest

son of Mrs. Peter Logan

of 702 Mill, Clio:

Missing over Italy,

May 11, 1944

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Sgt. Edward Ganschow

Son of Mrs. Natalie Ganschow

Of 1832 Hill:

On raid over Germany,

April 17, 1945

 

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1/Lt. Thomas Grohman

son of Mr. & Mrs. Ralph E. Grohman

of 136 North Jefferson :

On raid over Europe, 

March 2, 1944

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Pvt. Robert Hagadorn

Son of Mr. & Mrs. L. F. Hagadorn

Of Carrollton :

Captured in France,

September 2, 1944

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Pvt. Bert Harrison,

Husband of Mrs. Rosemarie Harrison,

Of 821 Cleveland :

Captured in Italy

September 30, 1944

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Pfc. John F. Harvey

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Cyrus Harvey,

Of 603 South Michigan :

Missing in Philippines, 

April 1945

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Pfc. Robert Hubinger

Son of Norman G. Hubinger,

Of 350 South 11th:

In action in Germany,

September 22, 1944

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Capt. Harold Imerman

Son of Mr. & Mrs. John Imerman,

Of 922 South Jefferson :

Captured at Corregidor,

May 1942

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Sgt. Nathan Alfred Johnson,

Son of Hugo Johnson,

 Of 533 Eighth:

Missing in Iceland,

December 1942

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Robert W. Knight, SK 2c

Husband of Mrs. Virginia Knight,

Of 1605 Federal:

In sea battle off Leyte, 

October 1944

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Pfc. Victor Marfuta

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Michael Marfuta

Of 1706 Marquette :

Captured at Crregidor,

May 1942

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John Masucci, CTM

Son of Mrs. Cornelius Picardi

Of 1109 North Harrison :

In sinking of USS Morrison, off Okinawa

May 1945

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S/Sgt. Francis McCall

Husband of Mrs. Sabina Dulski McCall,

Of 2527 South Jefferson :

On raid over France,

June 14, 9144

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Julius Mentel, Sc

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Julius Mentel

Of 2411 Lowell :

In battle at sea,

April 1942

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T/Sgt. Allan Miles

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Roy L. Miles

of 3207 Rust:

On raid over Italy,

November 12, 1944

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Gayle J. Moe, AOM 2c

Of 1222 South Washington :

Over Pacific,

March 1945

 

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Cmdr. Keats Montross

In loss of USS Swordfish (submarine),

February 1945

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Sgt. Harold Peterson

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Carl H. Peterson,

of 2319 Delaware and husband of Opal Ayres Peterson

of 1606 North Michigan :

Over Tinian airbase,

March 28, 1945

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Morse Porter, Slc

On submarine Barbell,

March 1945

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1/Lt. Frank G. Putnam

Over South Pacific,

January 1944

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S/Sgt. Stewart Rex, 

Missing in Southwest Pacific,

January 8, 1944

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Leo Rody, GM3c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Adam Rody,

Of Zilwaukee:

At sinking of USS Houston,

March 1942

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Pfc. Carl M. Rupp

In action in Belgium,

January 17, 1945

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Cpl. Charles Donald Sagash

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Mike M. Sagash,

Of 1430 Sheridan :

Captured at Corregidor, 

May 1942

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John F. Schwartzly, Flc

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Schwartzly,

Of 300 Williamson:

Captured by Japanese at loss of submarine Grenader

May 1943

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2/Lt. William R. Shaw

Over Norway,

April 19, 1945

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2/Lt. Robert Simpson

On raid over France,

August 5, 1944

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T/Sgt. David Somerville

On raid over Germany,

April 8, 1944

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Pvt. Horace Turner

Brother of Bernie B. Turner,

Of 3424 Court:

Captured in France,

June 6, 1944

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John Webber, CBM

In Loss of USS Cushing,

November 1942

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Sgt. John W. Welsh

Over Saipan,

April 14, 1945

   

These Fighting Men Taken as Prisoners of War and Survived

Donald O. Bolger      
       
       
       
Roll of Saginaw County's War Dead

Pvt. Kenneth R. Ackley,

son of Mr. & Mrs. Roy Ackley, of Hemlock:

 in Italy ,  

Nov. 6, 1943

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Seaman (2/c) Donald R. Aldrich,

 son of Mr. & Mrs. C.R.

 Aldrich of Bridgeport township:

in Philippines Sea battle  

Oct. 29, 1944  

 

PVT. Arthur L. Allen

Son of Mr. & Mrs. George F. Allen

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PFC. Keith C. Althaus

son of Mr. & Mrs. Keith C. Althaus of 1808 N. Charles:

at fall of Bataan-Corregidor

Killed in action on Bataan,

May 1942

 

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Sgt Donald M. Anderson

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Chris Anderson of 4740 State road:

Killed in action in Germany,

April 20, 1945

 

     

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Cpl. Donald W. Andres,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. James Andres of Burt:

 in France  

Sept. 1, 1944

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Sgt. Byron E. Angevine,

Brother of Mrs Earl Clements, of 2277 Blackmore:

In B-29 bomber crash after raid over Japan In 

September 1944

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Cpl. Albert H. Appler 

Died of disease in Pacific,

June 1944

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S/Sgt. Lawrence Arnold

Ward of Mr. & Mrs. U. S. Eneix,

of  732 Owen:

Killed in action in Burma, 

April 2, 1945

PVT. LEON E. ARCHAMBAULT,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Emile Archambault,

of 321 North 10th:

In mine explosion at Camp White, Oregon

April 23, 1944

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Pvt. Victor Auernhammer

son of Mrs. Dominic Albers,

 of Frankenmuth:

Killed in action in Belgium,

Dec. 31, 1944

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Sgt. John C. Baase

son of Susan Baase

 of 2431 Stark:

Killed in action in Belgium, 

Jan. 4, 1945

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GUNNERS MATE (3/c) WOODWARD S. BABCOCK.

son of Mr. & Mrs. John Babcock,

of 219 Elm:

In torpedoing off Guadalcanal  

Jan. 29 1945

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Pvt. Nathaniel P. Bailey

Son of Mrs. Mary E, Bailey,

Of near Chesaning:

Died of wounds in Italy,

February, 1944

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Pfc. Donald Bair

Killed in action in Germany,

February 19, 1945

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Pvt. Kenneth C. Baldwin

Son of Mr. & Mrs. R.C. Baldwin,

Of 528 South Warren :

Killed in electrocution accident in Germany,

April 25, 1945

 

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CPL. HERBERT H. BALDAUF,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Baldauf,

of Gratiot rd:

In Germany  

Sept. 17, 1944

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Maj. William H. Ball

Son of Mrs. Edith V. Ball,

of 416 McCoskry:

At fall of Bataan-Corregidor

Killed in action on Bataan,

May, 1942

PVT, FRANK BALLINGASH,

at Fort Winifield . Scott , Calif.

 February, 1942

Pfc. John E. Barber,

Son of Mrs. William A. Spinning,

Of Saginaw RD 6:

Of burns

 at Camp Polk , La.

October 1943

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MARINE PLATOON SGT. ELMER C. BARKER,

Ward and nephew of Mr.& Mrs. B.O. Jochen ,

Of 331 South Seventh:

On Tarawa , Nov. 22, 1943

 

PVT. ERNEST BARKHOLZ,

Son of Albert Barkholz

of 240 Webber:

In Luxembourg Sept. 30, 1944

PFC. JOHN E. BARNER,

In accident at Camp Polk , La.

October 1943  

SGT. FLOYD BARRETT,

At Battle Creek , Michigan

March 1944

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Ray E. Bartlett, Flc

Husband of Mrs. Edith Booth Bartlett

of 850 Frost rd:

In sinking of USS Samuel Roberts, killed in action in Philippine Sea, 

October 25, 1944

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2/Lt. Albert S. Batora

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Batora,

Of 1117 Greenwich :

Killed in action in France,

August 30, 1944

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Oswald S. Bauer Slc

Son of Mrs. John Bauer,

of Freeland, RD 1 :

In Pacific sea battle, killed in action on Pacific

November 25, 1944

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Sgt. Stuart A. Beardslee

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Loren D. McGurer,

Of 1629 South Weadock :

Died in Japanese prison,

May 1943

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Sgt. George W. Beckkow

Son of Mr. & Mrs. George Beckrow,

 Of 718 Cherry:

Died in Japanese prison,

October 22, 1942

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PFC. Robert C. Beckmann,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. William L. Beckmann,

Of 1933 Mershon:

  Killed in action on Guam,

July 1944

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PFC. Richard E. Behm

Brother of Mrs. Mabelle Behm,

of 607 N. 24th:

Killed in action on Peleliu Island

September 20, 1944

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Cpl. Edward G. Bender

Son of Otto C. Bender,

Of 4085 Holland road:

Died of wounds in Germany,

February 3, 1945

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2/Lt. William A. Benson

son of Mr. & Mrs. John D. Benson,

of 626 Catherine:

In plane crash at Bradley Field, Conn.

May 29, 1944

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Pfc. Harold P. Berg

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Herman Berg,

of 2333 Benjamin, and husband of Betty Friedli Berg, of 821 Miller:

Killed in action on Luzon,

May 20, 1945

 

PVT. JACK BILLINGTON,

Nephew of Mrs. Edward Young,

Of 821 Perry:

in an accident in Hawaii ,

 February 1942

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PFC. Arthur F. Bingham

Son of  Mrs

 Bingham,

of 3112 Fulton :

Killed in action in France,

July 30, 1944

SGT. JOHN BIRKENHEIER,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Birkenheier,

of Frankenmuth Township :

In Germany ,

Oct. 8, 1944

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Sgt. Jack V. Bissonette

Son of Mr. & Mrs.  Camillus Bissonette,

of 519 N. 13th St. :

Killed in action in France,

September 6, 1944

PFC. DONALD BLAIR,

son of Mr. & Mrs. William Blair,

of  2221 Stark:

In Germany  

Feb. 19, 1945

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PFC. Cordell B. Bloomer

Son of Mrs. Marie Bloomer

of 520 N. Jefferson :

Killed in action on Luzon,

March 13, 1945

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Pvt. John C. Bock

Killed in action on Guadalcanal,

September 1942

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Pvt. Belmont B. Boivin

Son of Mrs. Eva Boivin

Of St. Charles :

In automobile accident at Oceanside, Calif.

May 1943

 

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Pvt. Reinhold Bonnell

Son of Mr.& Mrs. William Bonnell.

Of Hemlock:

Died of wounds in France,

June 15, 1944

Pfc. Francis E. Borkowski,

Son of Mrs. Mary Borkowski,

Of 1608 North 20th:

In swimming accident

At Brentwood , N.Y.

June 25, 1945

 

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Hubert F. Boyer, Coxswain

Husband of Bernice Brandt Boyer

of 1322 Lamson:

Killed in action, in sinking of USS Johnston in Philippines Sea ,

October 25, 1944

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Pvt. Morley G. Bradford

Husband of Mrs. Lucille Bradford,

Of Hemlock:

Died of wounds in Italy

December 16, 1943

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Sgt. James S. Branch

Husband of Margaret Brassem Branch,

Of 2631 North Michigan :

Killed by field mine in Germany,

June 14, 1945

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Pfc. Alwood F. Brier

Husband of  Ethel Alden Brier

of Chesaning:

Killed in action in France,ea

August 13, 1944

S/SGT. ERNEST Michael BRIER,

son of Mr. & Mrs. Michael Breier

of Maple Grove township:

In bomber crash in Arizona

January 1943

Pfc. Fred Bromund,

Husband of Mrs. Eleanor Fierke Bromund,

Of St. Charles :

In Germany

Nov. 14, 1944

 

PVT. GEORGE BROWN,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Brown

of 210 South Andre:

In Germany

Nov. 27, 1944

1/LT. Robert M. Brown

Son of Ralph A. Brown

Died in Holland/Europe

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Steven L. Brown S2c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Brown,

of 1623 Hess:

Lost in sinking of USS Eversole

Killed in action in Philippine Sea,

October 29, 1944

 

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Capt. James R. Bruce

Son of Mr. & Mrs. James Bruce

Of Janes road:

Accident in New Caledonia

June 1942

 

     
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Pvt. Charles F. Bueche

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Bueche

Of Chesaning township:

Killed in action in Normandy,

July 30, 1944

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Wallace H. Bunker, F3c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Moses Bunker,

Of 817 Williamson:

On ship lost in Chian Sea, Killed in action in Chian Sea,

March 1942

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S/Sgt. David Burback

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Burback

Of Saginaw RD 6:

Killed in action in France,

January 3, 1945

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1/Lt. Erwin T. Burkhart

Husband of LT. Rita Purchase Burkhart

Formerly of 343 S. 30th:

During the Invasion of France, Killed in action in France,

June 6, 1944

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Pvt. Russell W. Burnell

Son of  Mr. & Mrs. Louis Burnell,

of 1414 S. Niagara :

Killed in action in France,

June 13, 1944

PFC. JOSEPH S. CAGGEGI,

Husband of Mrs. Dorothy Caggegi,

of Mrs. Dorothy Caggegi,

of 1629 Benjamin:

In France

Nov. 15, 1944

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Pvt. Clinton B. Callihan

Son of Mr.& Mrs. Dale Callihan,

Of Chesaning RD 5:

After Bataan “death march”

Died as Japanese prisoner,

July 8, 1942

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William Frances Carlton, S2c

Son of Mrs. Effie Carlton,

133 S. Franklin :

Killed in Pacific naval action,

November 1942

 

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Edward J. Carr, S2c

Ward of Joseph R. McIntyre,

Of 500 North Michigan :

Killed in collision sinking of USS Ingraham,

August 1942

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PFC. Harry Joseph Castanier

Son of Mrs. Lelia Castanier,

of 2929 S. Washington :

Killed in action on Saipan

July 1944

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Maurice Castagnier, RM3c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Ivan Castagnier,

of Bridgeport :

Killed in sea battle, off Okinawa,

April 1945

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Pfc. Salvador Cervantes

Son   of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cervantes,

of 1104 N. Ninth, and husband of Angela Cervantes,

of 402 N. Third:

Killed in action in Germany,

April 17, 1945

 

CPL. MAURICE CHADWICK,

Son of Mrs. Earl Brody,

of 1814 Phelon:

In France

Nov. 7, 1944

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Pvt. Alexander Chasnis

Son of Mrs. George Buckawski,

of 2410 River:

Killed in action in France,

February 9, 1945

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T/Sgt. Donald Christensen

Killed in action over Germany,

May 24, 1944

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S/Sgt. John W. Chavatal

Son of Mr. & Mrs. John J. Chavatal,

of St. Charles :

Killed in action in Germany,

February 20, 1945

 

PVT. Edward Ciazinski  

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Ciazinski,

of 1314 N. 21st:

Killed in action on Guadalcanal, 

October 1942

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Sgt. Kenneth Ciolek

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Felix Ciolek,

of 721 S. 13th:

Killed in action over Germany,

January 5, 1944

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Marine Sgt. Levi Keefer Clark

Husband of Mrs. Mary Kniebbe Clark,

Of 620 S. 12th:

Killed in action on Peleliu,

September 16, 1944

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Cadet William J. Clark

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Clark,

Of 425 South 13th:

In Plane crash at Kokomo, Miss.

November 14, 1944

 

Pvt. Norman Kenneth. Clutier

Son of John Clutier,

Of Bridgeport township,:

Killed in action in France,

June 26, 1944

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PFC. Woodrow J. Coenis

Died on Leyte,

March 25, 1945

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T/Sgt. John J. Coleman

Brother of Miss Mary Margaret Coleman,

Of 321 North Third:

In monoxide accident at Camp Howze, Tex., 

January 1943

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Arlington Collier, S1c

Husband of Mrs. Josephine Ruppel Collier

Of 2253 King:

Dec. 19 1944

Killed in action in Pacific sea battle

December 19, 1944

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Rene E. Cook, FC3c

Son of Mrs. Martha A. Cook,

Of 119 S. Jefferson:

In loss of USS Jarvis in Southwest Pacific in action off Guadalcanal,

August 9, 1942

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FIREMAN (2/c) CHARLES CORNELIUS CORBETT,

Husband of Mrs. Jane Corbett

Of 657 S, 14th:

In sinking of patrol boat Cythera in Caribbean ,

May 1942

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PFC. Donald R. Cramton

Son of David P. Cramton,

Of Shields:

Killed in action in Belgium,

September 2, 1944

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Cpl. Robert William Cronin

Son of Alfred L. Cornin,

Of 310 Carroll:

Died in Japanese prison,

June 1943

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Pvt. Henry F. Crowder

Son of  William Crowder

Of 3306 Parkwood:

Died as Japanese prisoner

July 3, 1942

 

T/SGT. Alex H. Crowell

Son of Mr. & Mrs. George Crowell

Died in Osnabrueck, Germany

Killed on Bombing Mission

September 15, 1945

 

 

PFC. STEPHEN J. CUMMINGS,

Son of Mrs. Mary Nedry,

Of Marion Township :

In France

Sept. 19, 1944

Ensign H.W. Cuthbertson (no Photo)

Son of  Mrs. Cuthbertson ,

Of Frankenmuth:

In Aleutians , killed in action at Salidor,

May 4, 1944

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PFC. PERCY CUTTING,

Son of Mr.& Mrs. George Cutting,

Of 5330 Center road:

In Italy ,

Sept. 29, 1944

 

     
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Sgt. Floyd Dague

Husband of  Mrs. Virginia Dague,

Of Chesaning:

In Normandy , killed in action in France,

July 5, 1944

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Pfc. Maynard Davis

Son of Mrs. Ida Davis,

Of Merrill:

Killed in action in France,

May 8, 1945

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Sgt. Melvin J. Davis

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Archie Davis,

Of  Saginaw RD 2:

Killed in action on Luzon,

May 5, 1945

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Ensign Charles T. Day

Of disease at Boston, Mass., 

February 1943

PVT ALEXANDER GEORGE DEERING,

Son of Mrs. Louise Deering

Of Birch Run RD 2:

Killed in fall from train at Okala , Fla. ,

On way home to father’s funeral

June 1942

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Pvt. Walter E. Demski

Brother of Miss Estelle Demski,

Of 933 S. Washington :

Killed in action on Luzon,

June 9, 1945

SEAMAN (1/c) RICHARD DENO,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Deno

Of 1808 Perkins:

Accidentally drowned in Nyona Lake

Near Peru , Indiana

July 1943

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Cpl. Maurice DeShone

SON OF Mr. & Mrs. Norman Deshone,

Of 1523 Holmes:

Killed in action on Okinawa, 

June 18, 1945

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Cpl. Norman J. DeShone

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Norman J. DeShone,

Of 1523 Holmes:

In swimming pool accident,

Davis-Monthan Field,

Tucson , Arizona

July 4, 1944

 

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Pvt. Ralph B. Devaney

Son of Mr. & Mrs  B. A. Devaney.

Of 605 Catherine:

Killed in action in France,

June 29, 1944

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SGT. Robert Devereaux

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Wells Devereaux,

Of Oakley RD 1

Died of wounds on Saipan,

August 1944

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Cpl. William Dewhirst

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Leslie Dewhirst

Of 2338 N. Charles:

Killed in action over China,

March 18, 1945

COXSWAIN WILLIAM H. DICKINSON,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Hesse Dickinson,

Of 2015 Marquette :

Asphyxiated at San Bruno , Calif.

March 1944

CHIEF GUNNERS MATE PAUL DIECHMAN,

At Great lakes Ill ,

January 1, 1944

PFC. Bernard J. Diehl

Husband of Dolores Kink Diehl, of 1921 Benjamin:

Killed in action on Leyte,

January 14, 1945

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Pfc. David Diener

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Gottlieb Diener,

Of 1821 Van Buren:

Killed in action in Belgium,

January 10, 1945

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Pvt. Norman P. Diener

Son of Mr. & Mrs. R. J. Diener,

Of 1104 West Genesee :

Killed in action on Luzon,

April 9, 1945

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Cpl. Joseph Dirgos

Brother of  Jack Dirgos

Of 1514 Federal :

Killed in action in New Guinea,

December 1942

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PVT. WILLIAM T. DITZ, JR.,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. William T. Ditz

Of 415 South 12th:

In Luxembourg

Dec. 24, 1944

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PFC. JOHN DOBIS,

Son of Mr. &  Mrs. Steve Dobis,

Of near St. Charles :

In France

Nov. 25, 1944

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Pvt. Thomas E. Doran, Jr.

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Doran,

Of 407 North Porter:

Died of wounds in France,

September 6, 1944

PVT. BERNARD DUBY,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Duby

Of 1030 Sheridan :

In France

Sept. 15 1944

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1sgt. Woodrow L. Duby

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Duby

Of 1030 Sheridan :

Killed in action in France,

June 29, 1944

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T/SGT. Victor Dulecka

Son of Mrs. Josephine Dulecka,

Of 4181/2 South Fayette :

Killed in truck accident in North Africa,

August 1943

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Pvt. Walter C. Durfee

At Camp Sisbert, Ala.

June 1943

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Ensign John Edlinger

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Francis Edlinger,

Of 1914 Stanley :

In Plane crash in Florida

October 29, 1944

PFC. Clyde Ehrhardt

Brother of Mrs. John Wagner,

Of Shattuck road:

Killed on the sinking of Jap prison ship in China Sea

October 24, 1944

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Pfc. Bernard J. Eickholt

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Eickholt,

Of Maple Grove township:

Died of wounds in France,

July 31, 1944

Aviation Machinist Mate (2/c) Edward William Elbert,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Edward E. Elbert,

Of 2226 Oakwood:

In traffic accident

In Brazil

Oct. 11, 1944

 

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Pfc. Kenneth C. Elmer

Husband of Harriet Clark Elmer,

Of 2710 Roberts:

Killed in action in France,

March 15, 1945

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Cpl. William E. Elrich

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Elrich

Of Frankenmuth township:

Killed in action in France,

July 2, 1944

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PVT. EARL C. EMMEOTT,

husband of Mrs. Rita Emmeott, 212 South Oakley,

 and son of Mr. & Mrs. James E. Emmeott

of 2702 Glenwood:

In Luxembourg

Dec. 23, 1944

 

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Pvt. Fred W. Emeoit

Son of Mr. & Mrs. James E. Emmeott

2702 Glenwood:

Killed in action in Italy,

February 12, 1944

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2/Lt. Gene C. Enos

son of Mr. & Mrs. Otis S. Enos

1902 Gratiot:

Killed in action at Remagen bridge,

March 17, 1945

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Bernard Erne, GMlc

Brother of Clement J. Erne

of Cleveland , formerly of Saginaw :

In sinking of aircraft carrier Wasp in Coral Sea

September 1942

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John M. Evans, AMM2c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. William Evans,

Of 513 Perry:

Killed in patrol bomber crash off South America,

December 28, 1948

 

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Sgt. Victor A. Falk

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Gustav Falk,

4145 Green:

In sinking of Jap prison ship in China Sea

October 24, 1944

PFC. Raymond A. Fisher

Husband of Mrs. Nettie Knights Fisher,

Of 309 ˝   Dearborn :

Killed in accident strangled on food in Italy,

January 23, 1944

Radioman (2/c) Margery Stevens Flint,

Niece of Mrs. Floyd Emery,

Of 1911 Lapeer:

In plane crash

Near Vicksburg , Mississippi

June 14, 1945

 

Sgt. Cyril E. Fortier,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Cyril E. Fortier,

Of 2517 S. Niagara :

In aircraft accident near Paris

Sept, 10, 1944

 

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Elmer C. Fox Slc

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles fox

107 Kiss, Carrollton :

Killed in action in Coral Sea,

May 1942

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Pvt. William Frappart

Of 817 Jackson :

Died in German prison camp,

February 1, 1945

PVT. NORMAN FRELITZ,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Fred Frelitz

St. Charles township:

In Germany

Nov. 26, 1944

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S/Sgt. Edward Friesorger

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Feiesorger

1726 Kollen:

Killed in action over Germany,

March 6, 1944

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PVT. HENRY FRESORGER,

Son of  Mr. & Mrs. David Fresorger,

2022 S. Michigan and husband of Mrs. Lillian Fresorger

3122 Douglas :

In Belgium

Dec. 27, 1944

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Pvt. John V. Furlo

Son of Mrs. Velia Furlo

1002 South Washington :

Killed in action in Italy,

January 22, 1944

PFC. LUTHER A. GAMMON,

Husband of Mrs. Marie S. Gammon

625 South 21st:

in France

Nov. 26, 1944

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Pvt. Adolph H. Ganschow

Son of Mrs. Natalie Ganshaw

1832 Hill:

Killed in action in Italy,

July 18, 1944

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PFC. Julian L. Garcia

Son of Mr. & Mrs Jullian Garcia

319 North Sixth :

Killed in action on Guam,

July 1944

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Dorothy Gardyszewski

Of disease at Bethesda, Md.

March 14, 1944

 

F/O George Garinger

Son of Mr. & Mrs. John Garinger,

1537 Stanley :

Killed in action over Leyte,

November 4, 1944

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Pvt. Gordon E. Garner

husband of Mrs. Arvilla Smith Garner

1471 Atwater :

Killed in action in France,

August 9, 1944

 

PFC. CARL C. GEESE,

Son of Mr.& Mrs. Carl A. Geese,

618 South Woodbridge :

in Germany

Feb. 26, 1945

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PVT. ALEXANDER GLAZER,

Husband of Mrs. Velma Glazer

813 Union :

In France

Dec. 10, 1944

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Pfc. Doran H. Goldfarb

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Goldfarb

919 Burt:

Killed in action in Germany,

April 30, 1945

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PFC. Albert Golik

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Golik

2410 Oakwood:

Killed in action on Iwo Jima,

February 20, 1945

PFC. JESSE GONZALES,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Jesse A. Gonzales

Formerly of 434 North Fourth:

In France

Nov. 22, 1944

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Pfc. George L. Graham

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Graham

1547 Vermont :

Killed in action in Italy,

September 1, 1944

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PFC. James W. Greene

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Val Noe

621 South Washington

Killed in action on Iwo Jima,

March 13, 1945

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PFC. Clifford Greenwood

Son of Mr. & Mrs. William Greenwood

2408 Sheridan :

Killed in action on Cebu,

March 30, 1945

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Pvt. Claire H. Grew

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Edward Grew,

Of Birch Run RD 2:

Died in Japanese prison,

May 26, 1942

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Pvt. Donald J. Guerin

Son of Mrs. Dorothy Guerin

1102 Ward:

Killed in action in Italy,

January 4, 1944

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PFC. Clifford E. Guild

Son of Herman Guild

of Hemlock:

Killed in action in Palaus Islands,

October 4, 1944

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Sgt. Stanley E. Guild

Son of Herman Guild,

Of Hemlock

Killed in action on Okinawa,

May 11, 1945

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Norman E. Gunter, GM3c

Brother of Mrs. Chester Virginski

1618 Vermont :

Killed in action off Okinawa,

May 1945

S/SGT PAUL B. GUST,

Husband of Catherine Carter Gust

227 South 15th:

In France

Dec. 18 1944

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Pvt. Joseph L. Guziak

Grandson of Mrs. Mary Holya:

Of Brant township

Of accidental gunshot wounds in Italy,

March 31, 1944

PFC VICTOR KATSU HADA,

Saginaw YMCA resident:

In Italy

April 5, 1945

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Cadet Arthur L. Hahn

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Arthur F. Hahn

of 141 North Bates:

Died in aerial crash at Livermere, Calif.

Jan. 26, 1944

Cpl. Arthur A. Haley

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Leo F. Haley

Of 615 W. Genesee :

Died in Japanese prison,

Reported April 1944

 

PFC. ROBERT L. HALEY,

 Son of Mr. & Mrs. Leo Haley

615 West Genesee :

In North Africa

April 1943

PVT. LINTON J. HALL,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Vern Hall,

Of 1409 Green:

In traffic accident at Shepard field, Texas

October 1943

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S/Sgt. Robert Hannon

Son of  Mr. & Mrs. Arthur J. Hannon

614 North Granger:

Killed in action over Pacific,

August 22, 1943

Sgt. William B. Hardy,

Son of Mrs. Maude Hardy,

Of Saginaw RD 6:

In Germany

Oct. 9, 1944

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Sgt. Andrew Harmon

Son of Mrs. Clarence Wright

426 N. 5th:

Killed in action in Normandy, 

July 25, 1944

 

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Pvt. Albert W. Harms

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Albert F. Harms,

Of 224 ˝ South 12th:

In traffic accident near Detroit

November 1941

CPL. JUNIOR F. HARRINGTON

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Harrington

Of Carrollton :

In Germany

Feb. 25, 1945

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PFC. Leo J. Harrigan

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Leo W. Harrigan,

Of 149 Glendale :

Killed in accident in Middle East,

September 1943

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Pvt. Clyde L. Harris

Formerly of Hemlock:

Killed in action in Germany

January 18, 1945

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Pfc. Eugene F. Harrow

Son of Mrs. Olga Harrow,

Of Chesaning:

Died of wounds on Luzon,

June 21, 1945

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CPL. HAROLD L. HARSHMAN

Son of Homer F. Harshman:

In Luxembourg

Dec. 14, 1944

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SEAMAN (1/c) ROY E. HARTMAN ( Coast Guard)

Foster son of Mr. & Mrs. Martin A. Salvner

1727 Superior :

On Atlantic patrol,

Sept. 1942

S/SGT. FRANK A. HATZKE

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Hatzke

Of Hemlock:

Over France

July 5, 1943

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2/Lt. William R. Hawley

husband of Margaret Dye Hawley

1005 Genesee

Killed in action over Channel,

May 28, 1944

PVT. ROBERT L. HAYES

Son of Dewey E. Hayes,

23071/2 Fordney:

in Italy

Sept. 16, 1944

Pfc. Floyd Leonard Heinlein

Son of Mr. & Mrs. John S. Heinlein,

8335 Wadsworth :

Killed in action on Anzio Beachhead

March 1944

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Carlton E. Henderson, S2c

Of disease at Norfolk, Va.

February 5, 1945

 

S/SGT. EDWIN T. HENDERSON

Son of Mrs. Margaret Lafayette

213 Linton:

In France

Sept. 22, 1944

Pfc. Arthur Herbin

Son of Mrs. Cecil Herbin

1025 Greenwich :

Killed in action in France

February 25, 1945

PVT. Oliver Hilborn

Of Chesaning, son of

Mrs. Ada Ostrander of

Lansing :

In North American area,  killed in action in Aleutians,

January 1943

PFC. WALTER G. HOCK,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Dewey Hock

Of Merrill:

In France

Nov. 10. 1944

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S/Sgt. LeRoy C. Hoefling

Son of  Mrs. Julia Hoefling

3232 Court:

Killed in action on Leyte,

December 29, 1944

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1/Lt. Carl C. Hoenshell

husband of Ruth Spear Hoenshell

of Owosso :

Killed in action over Romania,

June 10, 1944

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Cpl. Claude E. Hoffman

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Leo W. Harrigan,

Of 149 Glendale :

Killed in jeep accident on Burma Rd.

January 6, 1945

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Pvt. Clarence Holsworth

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Holsworth,

4401 Webber:

Killed in action in Belgium,

January 1, 1945

Pvt. Raymond L. Hoon

Cousin of Henry Wheaton

Of Burt:

Died of wounds in Italy,

March 15, 1944

PVT. JOHN P. HUDSON,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Phillip L. Hudson

1017 Chestnut:

In sinking of transport in North Atlantic ,

Feb. 1943

PVT. John Hults

Son of Mrs. Lawrence Clare

1206 Janes:

Killed in action in Southwest Pacific, 

January 1943

PVT. ALICE J. JENKINS,

Wife of Jack Jenkins,

Of 325 South Warren :

Of monoxide poisoning in Saginaw , Michigan

March 1943

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Pfc. Leo George Johnson

Son of Mrs. Theresa Johnson

318 North 11th:

Killed in action in France,

July 15, 1944

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T/Sgt. Edward L. Jones 

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Lyle Jones,

Of 319 South 11th:

Killed in auto accident on Mindanao,

June 1, 1945

 

Edwin Jostremski

 

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Pvt. Fred H. Jurgens

Son of Mrs. Frieda R. Jurkens

357 S. Fifth:

Killed in action on New Georgia,

July 1943

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Cadet Warren M. Kahn

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Jack Kahn,

of 1621 North Fayette :

In training plane crash at Merced, Calif.

October 1943

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S/Sgt. James A. Kalahar

Son of Mrs. Arthur Fleming

Of Merrill RD 2:

Killed in action over Berlin,

May 19, 1944

 

     
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Sgt. Edward Kaltenbach

son of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kaltenbach,

of Thomas township:

In truck accident on maneuvers in California

February 1943

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Sgt. Robert Kamischke

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Kamischke,

of 1503 South Hamilton :

Killed in action over Belgium,

March 21, 1945

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Walter Kanavel, S2c

Son of Mrs. Walter Kanavel,

Of 2021 Collingwood:

Accidently drowned at sea,

February 16, 1944

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Lester J. Keene, Slc

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Keene,

Of 5110 Sheridan :

In West Pacific plane crash,

July 9, 1945

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T/5 Milton O. Keinath

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Chris E. Keinath,

Of 303 North Granger:

Killed in truck collision accident in Dorchester, England,

April 10, 1944

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Pvt. Edward F. Keller

Husband of Barbara King Keller

Of 2300 Wadsworth :

Died of wounds in Holland,

February 28, 1945

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Pvt. Russell R. Keller

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Harry A. Keller

Of Freeland:

Killed in action in New Guinea,

January 1943

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Sgt. William A. Kenel

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Anton Kenel,

Of Reese RD 2:

Killed in sinking of Jap prison ship in China Sea ,

 

October 24, 1944

FIREMAN (2/c) CHARLES E. KENNEDY,

Son of Mrs. Edna B. Kennedy

Of Bridgeport :

Somewhere on the Atlantic

February 1943

1/LT. ROBERT EDWARD KENNEDY,

husband of Mrs. Mavis Schwartz Kennedy

of 2203 Court:

In aerial action in North Africa ,

October 1943

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PFC. William J. Kennelly

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Leo D. Kennelly,

Of Hemlock

Died of wounds on Iwo Jima,

March 8, 1945

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Reinhart William Kern, S2c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Gottlieb Kern

Of 530 South ninth:

Killed in action at Manila

December 3, 1941

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CPL. Frank B. Kerrigan

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Grover C. Kerrigan,

Of 1436 South Warren :

In bomber crash at Thermal, Calif.

February 28, 1945

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Lt. Raymond F. Kilrain

Son of Mrs. J.C. Madigan

Of 1710 Carroll:

Killed in action over Pacific

December 1943

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Pfc. Fred C. Kleinert

Husband of Corol Ruth Fry Kleinert

Of 711 Mc Coskry:

Killed in action in Italy, 

April 17, 1945

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Pvt. Jacob Klemm

Husband of Mrs. Mary Klemm,

Of 1525 Vermont :

Killed in action in France,

August 3, 1944

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Pfc. Howard G. Klopf

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Herman Klopf,

Of 202 Baldwin :

In sinking  of troop ship in Mediterranean area,

November 27, 1945

 

PVT. FRANCIS W. KNAPP,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Knapp,

Of Merrill:

In Italy

Oct. 22, 1944

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Sgt. Thomas H. Kneebone

Killed in Germany,

June 25, 1945

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Pvt. Robert W. Kolasa

Son of Mrs. Casimer Kolasa,

Of 357 South 14th:

Died of wounds on Okinawa, 

June 18, 1945

Pfc. Jack J. Kolhagen

Son of John Kolhagen,

214 North Harrison :

Killed in action in France, 

August 3, 1944

1/Lt. Harold Kollenberg

of  St. Charles :

Killed in action over Romania,

July 28, 1944

PFC. Frederick W. Korf

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Herman Korf,

Of Maple Grove township:

Killed in action on Leyte, 

October 29, 1944

PFC. Marion Kostrzewa

Son of Mrs. Helen Kostrzewa,

Of 1915 Holland :

Killed in Accident by falling tree in Dutch New Guinea,

September 21, 1944

PVT. BERNARD KRUEGER,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Paul Krueger,

Of Shattuck road:

In North Africa ,

May 3, 1943

PVT. Rexford G. Krull

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Vern C. Krull,

Of Brant township:

Accidentally drowned at Aitape, New Guinea

September 7, 1944

Pfc. Henry B. Krzciok

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Krzciok,

Of St. Charles township:

Killed at invasion of France ,

June 6, 1944

Pfc. Stanley S. Kubiak

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Peter Kubiak,

Of  Fosters  RD 1:

Killed in action in France

January 14, 1945

S/SGT. THADDEUS F. KUSOWSKI,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Kusowski,

Of 543 South 14th:

In bombing raid over Europe ,

May 1943

PFC. EDWARD E. LABELLE,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Israel LaBelle

Of 414 Ketchum:

In Italy ,

Feb. 23, 1945

William R. LaFrance, Slc

Son of Mr. & Mrs. William R. LaFrance,

Of 1213 Monroe :

Killed on USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor ,

December 7, 1941

Henry Landman, AMM 2c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Casper Landman

Of 411 Moore :

On USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor,

December 7, 1941

Pvt. Leo H. Lang

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Leo E. Lang,

Of 2723 State:

Killed in action in Germany,

February 15, 1945

Pfc. Fred Laubhan, Jr.

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Fred Laubhan,

Of 1529 Vermont :

Killed in action in France,

August 18, 1944

PVT. Burton J. Lee

Brother of Pfc. Louis Lee

Of 2801 Webber:

Killed in action on Luzon

April 16, 1945

Pvt. Richard D. Lee

Husband of Barbara Endstresser Lee,

Of Saginaw RD 6:

Killed in action in Germany

April 7, 1945

PVT. JULIUS A. LEINERTH,

Nephew of Mr. & Mrs. Martin Roth,

Of Fosters:

In Italy

Feb. 16, 1944

Ensign Donald Lemmer

Son of Mr.& Mrs. Benjamin L Lemmer,

Of 806 South Mason:

In Plane crash at Beaufort, S.C.

June 1, 1944

2/Lt. Walter F. Lelo

son of Mr. & Mrs. Walter F. Lelo

of 1322 Hess:

Killed in action in France, 

August 20, 1944

PVT. Walter Lloyd Leonard

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd A. Leonard,

Of Bridgeport township:

Killed in accident in Australia, 

June 1942

 

Cadet Raymond Leppien

Son of Mr. & Mrs. William J. Leppien,

Of 901 Genesee :

In air collision at Glenview, Ill.

July 1943

Pvt. Julius A. Lienerth

Killed in action in Italy, 

February 16, 1944

SGT. EARL F. LIKAM,

Son of Mrs. Mary Likam

Of 1522 Alger:

In France

Oct. 14, 1944

SGT. ADAM LISTVAN,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Listvan,

Of 314 Wayne :

In Germany

March 30, 1945

2/Lt. Frank Lopez

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Lopez,

of 2205 North Washington :

Died of wounds in Italy,

January 31, 1945

Pfc. Louis Lopez

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Lopez

Of 2205 North Washington :

Killed in action in Belgium,

January 1, 1945

Pvt. John J. Low

Son of Mr. & Mrs. James Low

Of 1035 Holland :

Killed in action in Italy,

May 23, 1944

PFC. Edward T. Luedtke

Son of Mr. & Mrs. William H. Luedtke,

Of 826 North Mason:

Killed in action on Saipan,

July 21, 1944

Pfc. Manuel Luna

Son of Emilio Luna,

Of 1510 North Washington :

Killed in action in France,

August 27, 1944

2/Lt. Raymond C. Lunning

Heat stroke at Fort Benning, Ga.

July 1943

1/Lt. Aleda Lutz (army nurse corps),

Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Fred Lutz,

of Freeland:

In hospital plane crash

Near Lyons , France

Nov. 1, 1944

Pvt. Herbert Lutz

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Otto Lutz,

2221 Mershon:

Killed in actio in Germany,

January 19, 1945

Pfc. Richard C. MacDonald

son of Mr. & Mrs. Reginald A. Macdonald,

of 3038 South Washington :

Killed in action in France,

September 5, 1944

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PVT. ELLSWORTH C. MACK,

Husband of  Mrs. Marie Mack,

1217 South Niagara :

In France

Nov. 23, 1944

2/Lt. William G. MacKichan

Husband of Mrs. Genevieve Pierson MacKichan,

of 1112 Holland:

Killed in bombing raid over Germany ,

April 24, 1944

Frederick R. Main, AMM2c

Brother of Clifford W. Main,

Of 2126 Janes:

In Navy plane crash in California

August 1942

Pvt. Joseph Majeski

son of Mr. & Mrs. John Majeski,

of 2201 Annesley:

Killed in action in France,

August 7, 1944

S/SGT. Stanley Marczak

Son of Mrs. Sophia Marczak,

Of 1921 Robinwood:

Killed in action in Southwest Pacific,

October 1943

1/LT. JOSEPH MARK,

son of Mrs. John Mark,

of Oakley RD 1:

in plane crash at Tyler, Texas

July 1943

PFC. Walter C. Martens

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Otto Martens,

Of 460 Shattuck and husband of

Arlene VanWormer Martens,

Of 517 ˝ Lapeer,

Died of wounds on Okinawa,

May 6, 1945

Pvt. Louis C. Martinez

Son of Ausencio Martinez,

Of 902 Eighth:

Killed in action in France,

June 13, 1944

2/Lt. George Mattson

son of Mrs. Mae Mattson,

of 2319 Durand:

Killed in action over Luzon,

July 16, 1945

Cpl. Walter F. Matthias

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Matthias

Of 1405 Laurel :

Died as Japanese prisoner

July 2, 1942

PFC. ALBERT R. MATZELLE,

Son of Fred J. Matzelle,

Of 2307 Greenwich :

In North Africa

April 1943

Pvt. George A. McBell, Jr.

Killed in action in France,

July 18, 1944

Pfc. Robert F. McCullagh,

Grandson of Mrs. Almetti McCullagh,

Of Hemlock:

In France

Sept. 6, 1944

Pvt. Myrl A. McGurer

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Loren D. McGurer,

Of 1629 South Weadock :

Died of wounds in France,

July 14, 1944

Ensign Robert McKinney

Son of Dr. Alexander R. McKinney,

Of 1403 Howard:

In torpedo bomber plane crash at Alameda, Calif.

November 1943

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PFC. JOHN W. MCKITTRICK,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. John P. McKittrick,

Of 1108 Sheridan

In Germany

Nov. 24, 1944

PVT. GEORGE MCRELL JR.,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. George A. Mcrell,

Of 1147 Warren :

In France

July 18 1944

Lt. Carl F. Mertz

Brother of Mrs. Alex Eurich,

930 South 4th:

In Navy plane crash at Washington D.C.

June 23, 1943

CPL, ALEXANDER MEYER JR.,

 son of Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Meyer,

of 1616 S. Granger:

In North Africa

Nov. 28, 1942

Melvin F. Meyer, S2c

Husband of  Mrs. Beatrice Meyer

Of 45 Benton Hanchett:

Killed in action In sinking of naval tug Samona, off Leyte in Philippine Sea,

October 25, 1944

Pfc. Robert C. Meyer

Son of Mr. & Mrs. William H. Meyer

Of 1106 Federal:

Killed in action on Okinawa,

June 17, 1945

Maj. Alvah M. Miller

Son of Mr. & Mrs. James F. Miller,

Of 933 South Jefferson

Killed in action in Italy,

January 30, 1944

PFC. John E. Miller

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Earl Miller

Of Birch Run township:

Killed in action on Attu,

June 1943

Sgt. Victor Minkina

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Victor Minkina

Of  St. Charles RD 2:

Killed in action in Germany,

March 1, 1945

2/Lt. Robert Mitis

son of Mrs. Georgia Mitts,

of 528 Sheridan :

Killed in action in Germany,

March 24, 1945

Gunners Mate (3/c) Lloyd L. Moffitt

Died of disease on Pacific, 

June 22, 1944

Cpl. Keith Moorhead

Husband of Mrs. Delores Bohinski Moorhead,

Of Merrill:

In ammunition explosion at Camp Irwin, Calif.

September 20, 1944

Pfc. Cliff Morningstar

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Morningstar,

Of Freeland:

Killed in action in Germany,

February 28, 1945

Pvt. James A. Morreit

Husband of  Marion Hasso Morrett,

Of 1448 Gage:

Killed in action in France

February 4, 1945

PVT. JOHN D. MORTON,

Son of Frank C. Morton,

of 527 North 25th:

in sinking of transport in North Atlantic,

Feb. 1943

2/LT. JOSEPH MOSKAL,

at Battle Creek , Michigan

October 8, 1944

2/LT. ROBERT D. MOSSER,

husband of Mrs. Mildred Kreuzberger Mosser

of 1908 Phelon:

In France

Dec. 20, 1944

ENS. Robert Muehlenbeck

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Arthur C. Muehlenbeck,

Of 1809 Court:

In plane crash in Florida

October 29, 1944

CPL. WILLIAM J. MUIRHEAD,

Son of Mrs. Alice P. Muirhead

 of 238 Snow:

In Germany

March 11, 1945

Leon G. Murray ARMlc

Son of George A. Murray,

Of 3201 Rust:

Killed in action over Pacific

July 1944

PFC. Dudley A. Myer

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Alfred F. Myer,

Of 514 North Jefferson :

Killed in action on Guam,

July 1944

Pfc. Sifredo Nerio

Died of wounds in England,

August 1, 1944

Fireman (2/c) Robert James Nesbitt

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Archie Nesbitt,

Of Chapin township:

Killed in bombing of USS Savannah near Malta ,

September 11, 1943

2/LT. Maxwell Neumann

Son of Mr. & Mrs. William Neumann,

of 334 S. Weadock:

Killed in action at Saidor , New Guinea

May 4, 1944

PVT. CLARENCE R. NEUMANN,

Son of Mr.& Mrs. Otto Neumann,

Of 613 Elinor:

In Germany

Sept. 26. 1944

PFC. WALLACE DAVID NICHOL,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. W.U. Nichol,

Of 517 North Jefferson :

In Belgium

Oct. 31, 1944

 
Pvt. Earl L. Niemeyer

Husband of Mr. Georgia Niemeyer,

Of 1339 Gage and son of Mr. & Mrs. Roy Niemeyer,

of 125 North Seventh:

Killed in action in Belgium

January 14, 1945

S/Sgt. Oscar R. Nigl

Son of Andrew Nigl,

Of 1320 West Genesee :

Killed in action in France,

August 5, 1944

BOATSWAINS MATE (2/c) OTTO NIKOLAI,

Son of Mrs. Katherine Nikolai,

Of 1528 Division:

Lost at sea in Atlantic

August 1943

Pvt. Delbert G. Novak

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Novak,

Of 5040 East:

Killed in action on Wakde Island invasion,

May 19, 1944

PFC. EDWARD W. NOYES,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. William Noyes,

Of 2008 Sheridan :

In Belgium

Dec. 22, 1944

Cpl. Grover C. Noyes

Brother of Mrs. Carl McGuire,

Of 253 Longview :

Killed in action on Okinawa, 

April 5, 1945

PVT. Edward M. O'Brien (No Photo)

Son of  Mrs. Amy O’Brien,

Of 807 North Bond:

Killed in action on Tulagi Island,

August 1942

Pfc. Antonio G. Ortiz

Son of Mrs. Estefana Ortiz,

Of 616 North Washington :

Killed in action in Germany,

March 2, 1945

PFC. Clarence C. Orr

Husband of Betty Jean Strong Orr,

Of 366 South 4th,:

In plane crash at Robinson, Ill

Feb. 14, 1945

Capt. Francis A. O'Toole

Died of wounds on Luzon,

January 19, 1945

1/Lt. Richard A. Packard

of Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Packhard,

of 937 S. Jefferson:

Killed on bombing raid over France

November 18, 1943

Cpl. Thomas Pacek

Son of Mrs. Anna Pacek,

Of Brant township:

Killed in action in Austria, 

May 3, 1945

PFC. Vernon M. Parks

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Milton F. Parks,

Of 139 South Bond:

Killed in action on Bataan

February 10, 1945

Pvt. Arthur C. Parth

Son of Mr.& Mrs. Clarence Parth,

Of 2610 Sheridan :

Killed in action on Okinawa,

May 1, 1945

Pvt. Donald R. Parth

Died of wounds in Italy,

February 8, 1944

Pvt. Edward L. Parth

son of Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Parth,

of 2610 Sheridan :

Killed in action in France,

August 5, 1944

Pfc. Warren V. Peters

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Rudy Peters,

Of 2401 Brunkow:

Killed in action in Belgium, 

January 13, 1945

Pfc. Glendon L.J. Place

Son of Mr. & Mrs. John Place ,

Of 313 North Bates:

Killed in action in France,

June 16, 1944

Jack J. Powley, MMM3c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. J.F. Powley

Of Freeland:

Killed in action In torpedoing of USS Leopold in North Atlantic,

March 9, 1944

Seaman 2/c William T. Praay

Lost on Indianapolis

July 30, 194

PFC. John P. Prettyman

Of 1443 Atwater :

Killed in action on Corregidor,

February 17, 1945

Orville R. Purple, Slc

Son of Leo Purple,

Of 538 South 12th:

In pacific sea battle

Killed in action off Okinawa,

April 1945

PFC. Emil Raths

Son of Mrs. Ben Wick,

Of 4154 Emerick:

Killed in action on Bougainville,

March 27, 1944

1/Lt. Frederick Raubinger

Son of Mrs. William J. Raubinger,sr.,

of 2216 State:

Killed in plane crash in India,

February 4, 1945

Pvt. William E. Ream

Husband of Mrs. Doris Canell Ream,

Of 3427 Webber:

Killed in action in France,

July 30, 1944

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Pfc. Frank P. Restifo

Brother of Thomas Restifo,

318 North Third:

Killed in action in Italy,

July 26, 1944

Seaman (1/c) Alfried L. Reuschel

Son of Rev. and Mrs. John Reuschel,

Formerly of 2122 Court:

Lost in action at sea,

January 1943

PFC. JOSEPH REYES,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Maximino Reyes,

Of 2508 Eddy:

In Germany

March 2, 1945

PVT. JAMES L. RIFFEL,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Riffel,

Of 1215 Cooper:

In Germany

Feb. 27, 1945

T/SGT. HAROLD J. RIPSLINGER,

Son of Frank Ripslinger,

Of 927 S. Washington :

On bomber raid over North Africa

April 1943

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PFC. ALFRED L. ROBERTS,

Husband of Mrs. Josephine Roberts

Of 702 Bristol :

In France

Dec. 17, 1944

Sgt. C. L. Robinson

Son of Mrs. Rose Robinson,

Of 1203 Cornelia:

Killed in action over Italy,

April 11, 1945

MARINE PVT. JOHN CLINTON ROCK,

Son of Mrs. Mary E. Rock,

Of 1730 North Bond:

On Guadacanal,

September 1942

PFC. Gerald Rodeitcher

Died of wounds on Guam,

July 28, 1944

Ensign Chester Rolka

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Leo Rolka

Of 3108 Genesee :

Killed in dive bomber crash in Pacific,

April 5, 1944

Pfc. Arnold P. Rose

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Norman Rose

Of 2527 Montana :

Killed in action in Italy,

May 28, 1944

Sgt. Harold T. Rosenfield

Died of wounds on Luzon,

April 30, 1945

Pfc. Ralph O. Rud

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Rud ,

Of 2224 Deindorfer:

Killed in action on Luzon,

May 7, 1945

PVT. JOHN RUDY,

At Camp Wolters , Texas

March 1942

Pvt. Philip Rudy

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Rudy,

Of 1320 Adams :

Killed in action in Belgium,

January 3, 1945

1/LT. JOHN L. SARLE,

son of Mrs. Ruth Sarle,

of Freeland:

In Italy

Sept. 13, 1944

1/Lt. Edward W. Sarrine

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Edward Sarrine,

of Zilwaukee:

Killed in accident in New Zealand

November 1943

PFC. Harold Schempf

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Gottfried Schempf,

Of 1403 Maple:

Killed in action on Tarawa,

November 1943

Pvt. Merrill Scherzer

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Martin Scherzer,

Of 1525 North Oakley:

Killed in action in France,

July 4, 1944

Pvt. Carl J. Schimmeyer

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Carl H. Schimmeyer

Of 2020 North Charles:

Killed in action in France,

July 13, 1944

2/LT DAVID SCHIMPF,

husband of Margaret Fuller Schimpf

 711 ˝ Maple:

In Germany

March 30, 1945

Cpl. Augustus Schlachter

Son of Mr. & Mrs. August Schlachter,

Of Chesaning:

Killed in action on Iwo Jima, 

February 25, 1945

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PFC. ROBERT A. SCHMIDT,

Son of Mrs. Mary L. Schmidt,

Of 615 Thompson:

In Belgium

Dec. 28, 1944

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PFC. Alex Schneider

Died of disease on Biak Island

July 10, 1944

Pvt. Karl V. Schneider

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Carl Schneider

Of 119 ˝ North Third:

Killed in action on Negros, 

April 21, 1945

Pvt. John Schneider

Died of wounds in France,

July 13, 1944

T/Sgt. Jack B. Schuch

Died of wounds in Germany,

February 3, 1945

Harold G. Schultz, AS

Of disease at Brooklyn, N.Y.

March 28, 1945

Wallace C. Schulz, SK2c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Walter G. Schultz,

Of 6680 King road:

Killed in auto accident on Saipan,

July 7, 1945

 

Pfc. William F. Shields

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Shields

Of 518 North Fourth

Killed in action in Germany,

April 12, 1945

Sgt. Harold A. Shoe

Son of Mrs. Ralph Davis,

Of Birch Run:

Killed in airplane crash in Hawaii,

October, 1942

Pfc. Floyd L. Sian

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sian,

Of 621 South 21st:

Killed in action on Luzon,

April 18, 1945

Pfc. Richard T. Siler

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Harold Siler,

Of  Merrill:

Killed in action on Okinawa,

June 19, 1945

PFC. Robert J. Simmons

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Earl J. Simmons,

Of 1718 North Ames ;

Killed in action on Leyte

October 26, 1944

Sgt. Elmer E. Simon,

Son of Conrad Simon,

Of 1102 Brockway:

In Tunisia

May 12, 1943

 

T/Sgt. Frank M. Smith

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Victor E. Smith,

1471 Atwater :

Killed in action in Italy,

February 17, 1944

Cpl. Maxwell M. Smith

Son of Mr. & Mrs. M.F. Smith,

of 3333 Webber:

Killed in action in Germany, 

February 18, 1945

Pvt. Oran A. Smith

Died of wounds on Saipan,

July 1, 1944

 

Pvt. Vctor J. Smith

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Claude B. Smith,

of 2503 Eddy:

Killed in action in Italy,

March 19, 1944

Pvt. John E. Socka

Son of the late Mr. & Mrs. Albert Socha,

Of 1521 North 21st:

Killed in accident in North Africa, 

September 1943

John C. Sohorec, Slc

Son of Mr. & Mrs. John C. Sohorec,

Of Chesaning township,

Killed in action in sea battle off Tokyo,

March 1945

Sgt. Woodrow J. Sonntag,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Albert Sonntag,

Of 1216 Cornelia:

On Luzon

Jan. 25, 1945

 

T/Sgt. David G. Somerville

Son of Mr. and Mrs. David Somerville

Killed in action in Germany

   

 

PVT. John W. Spatz

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Ferdiand Spatz,

Of 1809 Stone:

Killed in action in Pacific, 

July 21, 1944

1/Lt. Jack H. Spencer

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Harold H. Spencer,

of Ionia :

In plane crash in Scotland,

June 12, 1945

S/Sgt. Steve J. Speron,

Grandson of Mr. & Mrs. George Beno,

of near Chesaning:

In France

Oct. 26, 1944

Pfc. Ramon C. Spiekerman

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Spiekerman

Of 3247 Lapeer:

Killed in action in Germany,

April 7, 1945

Pfc. Carl R. Spiess

Husband of Estella Speiss,

Of 2678 Brunkow:

Killed in action in Germany,

April 24, 1945

Cpl. Eugene Stachowiak

At Michigan City, Ind.

June 1942

PVT. Alexander Stahle

Son of Mrs. Mary Stahle,

Of 1810 Maine :

Killed in action in Maffin Bay area of New Guinea,

June 23, 1944

Cpl. Edward A. Stilwell

Husband of Marjorie Simmons Stillwell,

Of Saginaw RD 5:

Killed in action in Luxembourg

January 3, 1945

Vernon H. Stolz, AMM2c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. William Stolz,

Of Janes road:

Killed in aerial action in Solomons,

August, 1942

T/Sgt. Charles Stone

Died of wounds in France,

August 25, 1944

Pvt. Willis J. Strobel

Of disease in California,

August 1941

SGT. Harvey B. Stuart

Son of Robert P. Stuart,

of 921 Webber:

Killed in action on Mindanao, 

March 14, 1945

Eugene Sulek, MM3c

son of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas  Sulek

of St. Charles :

Killed in action in Philippine Sea

November 1944

Cpl. Jacob Suppes

son of Mr. & Mrs. William Suppes

of Chesaning:

Killed in action in Germany, 

April 10, 1945

PFC. Henry O. Sveda

Husband of Mrs. Maxine Sveda,

Of 1123 Johnson:

Killed in action on Leyte,

October 30, 1944

PFC. William Sweatland

son of Chester Sweatland,

of Brant: 

Killed in action on Luzon,

March 17, 1945

F/O Ellsworth Tarrant

Son of Mrs. William J. Tarrant,

Of 1626 North Michigan :

In glider crash at Maxton, N.C.

January 28, 1945

Robert G. Taylor, Arm3c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. George Taylor,

Of King road:

In West Pacific plane crash,

May 2, 1945

Stanley R. Topham, RT2c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Hanford R. Topham,

Of 1112 S. Jefferson :

Killed on destroyer Hoel in Philippines Sea,

October 25, 1944

PFC. William H. Topham

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Bernard T. Topham,

Of 1118 South Jefferson :

Killed in action on Iwo Jima,

February 25, 1945

1/Lt. Albert E. Trommer,

son of Mr. & Mrs. Emil C. Trommer,

of 2006 State:

On raid over Germany

Sept. 11, 1944

1/Lt. Bernard J. Tromblay,

Son of Mrs. Fred L. French,

of 1902 Lewis:

Overcome by gas

in Washington , D.C.

May 17, 1945

PFC. Harold F. Tucker

Son of Harold F. Tucker,

Of Dice:

Killed in action on Saipan

June 1944

1/Sgt. Alvin E. Tway

son of Mr. & Mrs. Earl L. Tway

of 1003 Congress:

Killed in action in Italy,

January 30, 1944

 

2/Lt. Charles Ulman

son of Mr. & Mrs. Dwight L. Ulman,

of 2820 State:

Killed in action over Anzio beachhead, Italy,

February 20, 1944

Pfc. Charles Urbancik,

Brother of Miss Mary Urbanick

Of 417 Ketcham:

In North Africa

April 1943

William E. Vermilyea, SF2c

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Vermilyea,

of 707 North Woodbridge

Drowned when boat capsized in Chesapeake Bay

July 26, 1944

Pvt. Michael J. Vrable

Died of wounds in Italy,

February 6, 1944

2/Lt. Theodore F. Wagner

grandson of Mr. & Mrs. Theodore F. Greenfelder,

of Chesaning:

Killed in action over Germany,

March 16, 1944

2/LT. DORR C. WALKER ,

of Chesaning:

died of injuries suffered in a parachute jump

at CAP demonstration at Adrian, Michigan

July 1944

Pvt. Archie R. Wallace

At Camp Fannin, Tex.

August 2, 1944

1/Lt. Kenneth A. Wallace

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Wallace,

Of 1944 Harry:

Killed in action over Peleliu,

March 3, 1945

Cpl. Bazel Warian

Son of Alexander Warian,

of 308 Florence :

Killed in action in Italy,

August 25, 1944

Pfc. Stanley Russell Warrington ,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Warrington

Of 402 South Weadock:

In Italy

October 1943

Pfc. Edward O. Weber,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Otto Weber

Of St. Charles :

In Germany

Dec. 9, 1944

Pvt. Paul J. Weber

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Adolf C. Weber,

Of 502 Superior :

Killed in action in Normandy,

June 6, 1944

Sgt. James K. Weigl

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Weigl,

Of 3008 Court:

Killed in action on Mindanao,

May 27, 1945

 

1/Lt. Wilmar G. Weiss

son of Mrs. Bertha Weiss

of Frankenmuth:

Killed in action over England, 

January 28, 1945

Pvt. Richard P. Welzel

Son of Mrs. George S. Welzel

Of 1209 South Fayette :

Drowned at Newport, Ark.

August 12, 1944

PFC. Walter Wesley Wenzel

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Wenzel of Freeland RD3:

Killed in action in Germany

March 28, 1945

SGT. Carl L. Whitely

Died of wounds in Germany

December 11, 1944

Lt. George C. Willcox

Son of Mr. & Mrs. George B. Wilcox

Of 900 South Warren :

Killed in plane crash in Alaska

August 1943

Soundman (3/c) Donald P. Willett,

Son of Mrs. Jenny McCray,

Of 126 North Fourth:

In sinking of USS Buck, off Capri ,

Oct. 9, 1943

PFC. James P. Williams

Son of Mr.& Mrs. Peter D. Williams,

Of 119 South Jefferson :

Killed in action at Aitape, in New Guinea,

August 17, 1944

Cpl. Gordon W. Willoughby

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Oscar E. Willoughby,

Of Chapin Township :

Killed in action in Belgium,

January 13, 1945

Sgt. Thomas Joseph Wiltse,

Brother of Patrick Wiltse,

Of 611 Wright:

Over England

Oct. 2, 1944

Pfc. Carl Winter

Son of Mrs. Eva Winter,

Of Hemlock RD 1

Killed in action on Je Shima,

June 24, 1945

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Pfc. William H. Wise,

Son of Mr. & Mrs. William E. Wise,

Of 519 Huber:

In France

Nov. 25, 1944

Pvt. Paul Wisniewski

Son of Mr. 7 Mrs. Joseph Wisniewski,

Of 214 Jackson , Carrollton :

Killed in action on Munda,

August 1943

Pfc. John Wilson Wood

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Wilford Wood,

Of 1410 Niagara :

Killed in action in Italy,

May 6, 1944

Pfc. Albert Wotchko

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Wotchko,

Of Thomas township:

Killed in action in France,

August 2, 1944

Pvt. Robert J. Wrede,

Husband of Mrs. Evelyn Gutman Wrede,

Of 2610 Bay:

In Luxembourg

Dec. 22, 1944

PVT. Carlton O. Wright

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Wright,

Of Brant:

Killed in action in Italy,

November 1943

T/5 Clarence A. Yates

Died of wounds in Belgium, 

January 31, 1945

Pfc. John R. Yastrazab

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Yastrzab,

Of Fremont township:

Killed in action in France

January 25, 1945

Pvt. Bruno J. Yorks

Son of Mrs. Mary Yorks

Of 2814 Lincoln :

Killed in action in Germany,

January 21, 1945

1/lt. Robert C. Young

son of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Young,

of 823 North Fayette:

Killed in action "over England"

April 22, 1945

Pfc. Fred D. Zahn,

son of Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Zahn,

of 3225 Court:

In Germany

March 4, 1945

 
Pvt. Emanuel Zcabka

Husband of Mrs. Eleanor Zcabka,

Of Saginaw RD 4:

In Dutch East Indies,

January 12, 1945

Arthur Zelahi, Coxswain

Son of Mrs. Chris Arnst,

of 1608 Erie :

Killed in action in Solomons,

November 1942

SGT. Albert Zelmer

Brother of Mrs. Gustave Nitz,

Of 217 Fairview :

Killed in action at Manila,

February 14, 1945

Sgt. Louis J. Zeman

Husband of Mrs. Gladys McGill Zeman,

and son of Mr. & Mrs. William Zeman,

of 1801 Lapeer

Killed in action in Belgium,

January 13, 1945

Pvt. Fred W. Ziegler

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Carl Ziegler,

Of 1909 Gilbert and Husband of

Mrs. Esther Schanhals Ziegler,

Of 1562 Gilbert:

Killed in action in France,

August 6, 1944

PFC. Junior H. Zirkle

Died of wounds on Biak Island

June 11, 1944

   
Roll of Saginaw County's Wounded

Pfc. Frederick J. Boyer

Son of Mr. & Mrs. William E. Boyer of 1815 Congress.

Wounded in Italy. Served in England, Sicily & Italy

Sgt. Edgar W. Cook

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Walter R. Cook formerly of Carrollton

Wounded

Sgt. John T. Gutka

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Gutka of 1815 Lapeer

Wounded in action 2nd time in Saipan

Pvt. Frederick LaDrig

Son of Mrs. Rose LaDrig of 823 South 24th.

Wounded  in action 2nd time.

Pfc. Robert Leon St. Onge

Son of Mrs. Evelyn St. Onge of 2630 Roberts

Wounded in action

     
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
Roll of Saginaw County's Veterans

PFC. James C. Basolo

Son of Mrs. Mararet Basolo of 2936 Longview

Pvt. Fred B. Bester

Son of Mr. and Mrs Henry Bester.  Fred formerly lived on Kansas St. in Genesee Gardens

 

PFC. Arthur R. Lutke

Son of Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Ledtke of 208 Elm