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Sgt Howard J Ulenburg
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Birth: Jul. 2, 1920
Detroit
Wayne County
Michigan, USA
Death: Oct. 2, 1944
Katerbosch
Limburg, Netherlands

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Sergeant Ulenburg (Serial #36109664) served in the:
United States Army
82nd Airborne Division
325th Glider Infantry Regiment
Company C
First Battalion

His Army enlistment date / place was:
April 9, 1941
Detroit, Michigan (Wayne County)

He was Killed In Action in:
Holland during World War II

He was awarded the:
Purple Heart

He was the son of:
Joseph J. Ulenburg
Helen R. Ulenburg
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Burial:
Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial
Margraten
Eijsden-Margraten Municipality
Limburg, Netherlands
Plot: Plot M / Row 2 / Grave 5
 
Maintained by: KATHY
Originally Created by: CWGC/ABMC
Record added: Aug 07, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 56304734
Sgt Howard J Ulenburg
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Sgt Howard J Ulenburg
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Thank you for your World War II service and sacrifice to our country, Sergeant Ulenburg! May you rest in eternal Heavenly peace! You have certainly earned it!
- KATHY
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