|Birth: ||Feb. 12, 1914|
|Death: ||Nov. 9, 1944, France|
Mrs. Esther Unger, 312 East Orange Street, received a telegram from the War Department Monday morning stating that her husband, Pfc. Lee H. Unger, died of wounds received in action in France on November 9. She previously received word that he was slightly wounded in action on that date. Pfc. Unger was a member of the Armored infantry.
He was born at Mowersville on February 12, 1914, and has lived in this vicinity his entire life. Previous to entering the service on October 25, 1943, he was employed at the Letterkenny Ordnance Depot. He trained at Camp Chaffee, Arkansas, before embarking for foreign duty in July of this year.
Pfc. Unger has been awarded the expert combat infantry badge in October of this year.
Surviving besides his wife are a daughter, Arlene, age 2; his father, H.S. Unger, McConnellsburg; two brothers, Clarence of Shippensburg, Alvin of Orrstown; and two sisters, Mrs. Samuel Bettinger, Newburg, and Alma Unger, Chambersburg.
News Chronicle, Shippensburg
Henry Scott Unger (1879 - 1962)
Anna Belle Henry Unger (1885 - 1932)
Esther L Brandt Kegerreis (1914 - 2002)*
Edna M Unger Stitt (1905 - 1988)*
Helen M. Unger (1907 - 1923)*
Alvin D. Unger (1910 - 1976)*
Clarence E. Unger (1912 - 1956)*
Lee H Unger (1914 - 1944)
Mildred Unger Guyer (1917 - 1972)*
Elma L. Unger Horn (1923 - 2011)*
Note: Entered the service from Pennsylvania.
Lorraine American Cemetery and Memorial
Departement de la Moselle
Maintained by: Sherry
Originally Created by: CWGC/ABMC
Record added: Aug 08, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 56661784
You are not forgotten. Thank you.|
Added: Nov. 9, 2013
Thank you for your sacrifice and your service.|
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