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COLE RAYMOND A - 2ND RANGER BN
Uncle Raymond, you are not forgotten!
HONORED BY Tim Cole Discover this VETERAN
ANGELINI RINALDO - 101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION
My uncle, chief of police Beverly, ma Jumped into St Mere Eglin, Normandy, night of D Day, later jumped into Holland during operation Market Garden and fought at Bastogne, Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge. Invaded Germany and occupied Hitler’s lair at Brechtisgarten. Band of brothers
HONORED BY Peter Angelina Discover this VETERAN
BERCHOLZ JOSEPH M - 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION
PFC Joseph M. Bercholz was from Shamokin, PA and died on Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944. He immigrated to the US from Poland when his parents died in 1922 to live with his sister and died at the age of 33 we believe. He was a member of the 16th Infantry Regiment. We are very proud of his service bot
HONORED BY Randy Berholtz Discover this VETERAN
HALL ROBERT P - 101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION
This is my dad - paratrooper, medic, recieved the Bronze Star, Purple Heart and Silver Star. June 6th, Utah Beach. Will never know all that he went through, but I am so very proud of him. A true hero - Love you, Dad
HONORED BY Deborah Bradshaw Discover this VETERAN
CARPENTER WOODROW W - 101ST AIRBORNE DIVISION
this is my Uncle Woody. My mom, Mary Rice, was his sister and she adored him. I wish so much I could have known him. I am grateful to a young man in France who contacted us to let us know he is sponsoring Uncle Woody's grave. He honors our family with this generous act of caring for Uncle Woody.
HONORED BY Rebecca Yates Discover this VETERAN