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YOHN THOMAS L - 116TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
This kind gentleman was my father. He was serving when I was born. His stories and letters don't tell half of what he went through but he came home to us and became the best husband and father to us children. I thank God for his safe return home.
HONORED BY Richard Arthur Discover this VETERAN
SPARKS WILLIAM S - 115TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
You will never be forgotten. Lobe your grandson Gary.
HONORED BY Gary Sparks Jr. Discover this VETERAN
PEARL MAX - 115TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
Bruce Pearl's daughter here, just trying to find out if Max Pearl is any relation to my Daddy (hence, me!)Pls. Contact sylviappearl@yahoo.com
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BROWN HERBERT H - 111TH FIELD ARTY BN
Nickname: Brownie Married the love of his life, but had no biological children He liked to pheasant hunt and to drive a Cadillac. Survived WWII with no major injury. Died an old man after a brief battle with cancer. Buried in Virginia. Wonderful soul. Made a positive impact.
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ROBERTI JOSEPH - 116TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
My father, Joseph Roberti, fought on D DAY in the 29th Division. I'm not sure about his division, I think the 16th or 116 th rings a bell. He was Technician 5th grade. I know he was involved with heavy artillery. He also spoke of St Lo. Paris and Germany This is his son, Richard
HONORED BY RICHARD ROBERTI Discover this VETERAN