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Arthur Killion was my fathers 1st cousin. He was KIA in 1945
My father served in WW 11 as a Staff Sergeant.He was active in the Ozarks reunions through out the years. He passed away at the age of 89.
My dad Vaino Perkioniemi served with 102nd Division during World War II
My father Charles William Foster was stationed at Camp Maxey and served in Europe. I was born in Paris Texas while he was there.
My father Fred Hampe served in Company K of the 102nd. We went to the several of the reunions including the last one several years ago and Dad 91 yrs. old now would like to know how many of the men he served with are still living. Thanks
My grandfather was Henry J DeSellem. He served in the 102nd division, 406th infantry regiment, company L. My grandfather passed away when I was 12. He never spoke of his service. I loved my grandfather very much and I would be very greatful to find out whatever I can. Please feel free to email me with anything. Thank you
My father, Francis Anthony Schiffhauer, was in company E, the 406th infantry regiment, 102nd Infantry Division. He passed away on October 29, 2016 at age 92. Never said a whole lot about the war to myself or 7 brothers and sisters, but we were
all very proud of his service.
Daughter of John David Wefer, 405th, Company M
This is an awsome site. I think I might find my grandfather in one of these photos.
Judith Johansen Alarie
My late husband, Robert W. Alarie, served proudly in the 102nd. Today (November 17) is the anniversary of the day he was wounded. Bob passed away in April of 2016.