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MEKKER WILLIAM J - 175TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
This was my grandfather. I don't know much about him because I never got to meet him. If you are a relative please send me an email and let me know I would love to get to know my family, jenmekker@gmail.com . I love u grandpa and thank u so much for your service!
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MILLIRON CHARLES R - 116TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
this man was my great uncle my grandmothers brother she misses him and i visit him every year on his birthday. Nana misses you charlie
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COOK JOSEPH L - 115TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
Cook was my mother's husband. I am the son of Oleva Copeland. I did not even know of Cook until many years later. I have nothing but respect for the man. I would love to hear from any of Cook's family, or brothers from the war. Jay B. Reese jay@showmesmiles.net
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MYERS HENRY L - 116TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
to the greatest man known as my great grandfather, we've never met but I heard so many great things about your service. I myself is serving now and I am with the 29th I.D. as well but in 1st BN. I will fly my flag high in remembrances of your great deeds for our country.
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BEERS ARTHUR H - 116TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
This is my grandfather. He's 92 right now. His brother, my 2nd Private Edward Beers was killed in Belgium. I'm very proud of the Beers men, and I wear his last name on my military uniform as a badge of honor. My father, Arthur Beers' son, is a veteran in the Vietnam era: TSgt Gregory Beers
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