|V Anguiano||Norman Lyle Black|
On Norman L Black Memorial, # 11168835, you mentioned you were looking for the Norman L Black who served in the 5th Marine Division at Iwo Jima and was wounded there. This is the wrong Norman. You are looking for Norman Lyle Black, Dec. 12, 1925 - Oct. 1, 2014. Check his obit at http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/visaliatimesdelta/obituary.aspx?pid=176092223
|Chief Rick Stone Family Foundation||PFC James G. Leland|
PFC Leland is one of over 500 missing heroes from the Battle of Tarawa for whom our founder did extensive research to help find and return home while a member of the Department of Defense. Our family charitable foundation has continued these efforts. We have a great deal of information which we would like to share with the family. If you are a family member, please contact our charitable foundation on the web at www.ChiefRickStone.com as soon as possible. There is absolutely no charge for our services.
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|Diane Reuscher||RE: Billy Wright|
I won't be going to the cemeteries until spring - too cold here now. I'll be happy to get a photo, at that time, if possible. e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org Take care, Diane
|Harold & Bonita Meier||Billy Wright #114784830|
I found his obit and burial notice in The Fayette County Union dated 4/28/1949 stating he is buried in the West Union Cemetery Fayette County, West Union, IA. I would send it to you but your e mail address doesn't seem to work. Would be glad to share if it gets up and running,
|Harold & Bonita Meier||Billy Wright|
I just put on Billy in the West Union cemetery. He is listed in the book as are his parents, grand parents, and great grand parents . Seems strange why the Catholic cemetery ? I checked the obits in West Union paper NO mention of Catholic cemetery being buried . I will leave mine on I have lot numbers all the Wright family have the same number. Bonita Meyer Meier
|John Heggen||RE: Joseph Perzell|
He would have been my uncle had he survived the war.
|Diane Reuscher||Billy Wright|
Are you certain that he is buried in Calvary Cemetery by West Union, IA.? I walked that whole cemetery twice and didn't find a marker. The cemetery is very small - if it was there I should've found it. Just wondering...
|Rose & Dale Svitak||RE: Carl Hanson|
You are very welcome.
|Sharon Christensen||RE: William L Smith|
You are very welcome. He did not have a military marker, unfortunately. I read his story with interest. His service and sacrifice is much appreciated. Thank you, for making these militay memorials honoring those who serve.
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge #326.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
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