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Judith Johansen Alarie
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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.
Thursday, November 17 2016 - 10:30 AM
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Homer V. Wagnon, Jr.
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Found: Sgt. John E. Warner in 102 ID history book KIA Feb. 23, 1945 crossing Roer River. Entered service from Iowa City, Indiana. Served in Co. "E", 407 Inf.,102 ID. Notice given by his relative, Steven Clark - below.
Monday, September 19 2016 - 06:24 PM
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Steven Clark
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Relative of Sgt. John E. Warner, 23 Feb 1945
407th Inf, 102nd Div
Monday, September 19 2016 - 05:31 PM
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Laura Ann Polk
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My Father Leslie C. Polk, Jr.
#38479591 passed away 11/19/2006.He was in 379th Field Artillery Batallion, 102nd Infantry Division, and 102nd Division Chorus. He used his Radio Training and was a General Class Ham Radio Operator K5BEQ
Laura A Polk-Daughter
Wednesday, August 03 2016 - 05:53 PM
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Laura Ann Polk
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My Father Leslie C. Polk, Jr.
#3849591 passed away 11/19/2006.He was in 379th Field Artillery Batallion, 102nd Infantry Division, and 102nd Division Chorus. He used his Radio Training and was a General Class Ham Radio Operator K5BEQ
Laura A Polk-Daughter
Wednesday, August 03 2016 - 05:48 PM
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Robbie Gurley
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Saddens me to notify you that Robert J. January from Trenton, TN passed to God on January 8, 2016. He lived in Memphis, TN from after the war until his death. He was a member of the Ozark 102 Infantry in Germany in WWII he shot a bazooka. My Stepmother has his military id number. He only began to talk about the war and his participation 2 years before his death. I never knew of this website until last December. He had letters and pictures about the war, but again my Stepmother has them.
Thursday, July 14 2016 - 09:29 PM
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Larry Shudra
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My father Ed Shudra from Kingston Michigan was a member of this group. He told me very few stories. He witnessed Gardelegen, hid a jet plane in a barn, released prisoners of war, blew up a power plant, greeted/disarmed Russian soldiers as they crossed a bridge on their way to Berlin, and spent a lot of time scared and hungry. Thank you for keeping this history alive.
Sunday, May 29 2016 - 06:20 PM
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Tom DeHart
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Best wishes for Memorial Day. Son of 1st Lt. Claude Lester DeHart, WWII.
Friday, May 27 2016 - 06:12 PM
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Ben Savelkoul
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First of all ... GREAT website ..!!
Question, May be you can help ... I'm looking for info about Pvt. Gerald L. Eppig, ArmySer# 33900134 He was in the 407 INF. He's Buried on AMC in Margraten, the Netherlands.
Greetz,
Ben
Sunday, May 01 2016 - 08:58 AM
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Lisa Alfiero
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Our mother Joan Alfiero passed away on April 18th. Service at Bonjiovi Funeral Home Raritan NJ. Dad (Frank) 406-HQ2 who passed in 2003 served as historian and secretary/treasurer for many many years and to say Mom was not a big part of that would be a mistake!! Together they dedicated so much to promote the association and formed many close friendships. She is dearly missed.
Saturday, April 23 2016 - 09:52 AM
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