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Killed In Action

Source: The CUB, Vol 7, No. 2 November 1950

     Our Purpose: To perpetuate the name and symbol of the 106th Infantry Division as an active and living monument to those brothers in arms who have died while fighting under its standards and whose every act has reflected great glory and prestige on its now remaining veterans.
Glenn Schnizlein, our Memorials Chairman, has performed a great job by revising and expanding our battle casualty list since its first publication in the August-September 1949 CUB. He was able to do this only through the cooperation of several members.

     Let's check these additional lists carefully, and write us with information about KIA not listed, with corrections in spelling, and with information about circumstances of death. unit and serial number, and address of next of kin for the men listed under "NOK not known.”

NAME AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN KNOWN BY THE ASSOCIATION

Becraft, Espie

Biviano, Frank

Blacke, Clifford F.

Bond, Bate

Bowman, Charles R.

Broeker, Henry

Campbell, Samuel W.

Cashion, William W.

Clare, Harry D.

DiDominic, Charley

Diamon, Richard C.

Disparti, Gus

Engle, Norman A.

Engstrom, Robert .

Fairchild, Leo B.

Fomby, Odis B.

Gardner, Charles T.

Gilmore, Jim H.

Godwin, Wallace

Grady, James R.

Graf, L. Phillip

Hanson, Harland C.

Hass, Herbert

Heagney, John J.

Hess, Milton J.

Hille, Robert E.

Hirzel, George W.

Hite, Lloyd

Horn, Sherwood J.

Hostak, Norman J.

Huey, Sam

Jones, Clealon C.

Krol, John M.

Lazar, John

MacDonald, Donald

Malm, Robert A.

Manna, Anthony

Martin, Albert

Miller, Joseph Mathew

Noble, Jack Jr.

Perkins, William H.

Peterson, Kenneth

Pilkington, John

Pitts, John

Porter, Robert J.

Ritter. William

Rowe, Donald S.

Russell, William 0.

Sams, Talbird

Sharitz, Thorold J. B.

Skinner, Joseph P.

Snyder, Joseph

Sorley, Gorden A.

Sprouse, John

Stokes, Harry B.

Sullivan, John J.

Tapper, Acey

Terry, Harvey

Toner, Steve

Tracy, Robert L.

Tucker, Jack warren

Vogel, Bernard A.

Wannamaker, ????.

Warner, Harry J.

Welker, William N.

Weller, John

Wiegert, Arthur

Wright, Robert C.


NEXT OF KIN NOT KNOWN BY ASSOCIATION

Bethel, Stuart

Blackburn, Lt.

Camper, Tec. 5

Cherry, Cpl.

Cohen, Gerald I.

Flewelling, E. K.

Fosse, Harland

Freese, Charles

Gilbreath, Thomas

Goglowski, Marshall

Grivois, Pfc.

Hewitt, James

Hill, Preston

Hunt

Kautz, Raymond S.

Kilkenny, John P., Jr.

Kramer, John J.

Lawler, Raymond

Losh, John

Maggi, Pvt.

May, John J.

McClellan, Pete

McIntyre, George

Meisner, Gordon

Michaud, John H.

Miles, Charles F. K.

Morrissey, James

Newman, James C., Jr.

Osborn, Lawrence

Perri

Petersdorf, Charles J.

Pierce, Earl D.

Rafferty, William

Rockwell, Capt.

Rogers

Rohrborn, Fritz

Schmidt

Schmitt, Thomas

Shaack, Nevin W.

Stone, S/Sgt.

Taylor, Emzy L. Jr.

Weber, Donald H.

Wermuth, William White

Wilson, Tom


DIED AFTER DISCHARGE FROM ARMY. NON-BATTLE CASUALTIES

Calfee, Eldon L. (killed airplane crash 1949)
Hebenstreit, John (killed mine accident 1949)
Puening, Leroy E. (drowned 1949)
Usher, James S. (drowned 1946)
Jamison, Charles (drowned 1944)

FORMER 106TH MEN KIA WITH OTHER DIVISIONS

Jones, James H. (France)
Mode, Dymtro P. (28th Div.)
Powers, George W. (36th Div.)
Wahlman, Ralph H. (recruiting)
Moss, Jack H. (France)