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DAVID W. HAWS

Sgt. David Haws served in the
US Army from April of 1944 to
Nov of 1945. He was stationed at
Camp Breckinridge, KY. He was
Sgt. of the 1162 Eng. Btn.
He served in Europe, Africa.
He also received recognition &
badges for rifle, carbine & bazooka.
He received the Middle Eastern
Medal, Good Conduct Medal,
Bronze Star and the World War II
Victory Medal.

Thank You
for your Service!
HAROLD POTH

Harold served with the U.S. Army
during WWII.
1944-1946
Received basic training at Camp
Walters, Texas, with the 25th Inf.
Division. Promoted to Staff Sergeant
in 1945. He spent time in the
Philippines. He saw active duty in
the South Pacific. He was in Heavy
Weapons as a Machine Gunner.
Happy Birthday
In Loving Memory,
Wife, Pauline
Daughter, Donna and Ray
and Family

Lawrence Stolz Jr. served in the US
Army during the Korean War in 1952
at Inchon, Pusan and Seoul. He was an
Amphibious Vehicle Driver and a Supply
Sergeant behind the lines in Korea. He
received training at Fort Eustis, Va. He
received the Korean Service Ribbon, 2
Bronze Service Stars, National Defense
Service Medal and the United Nations
Service Medal. When he returned
stateside he served in the U.S. Army
Reserves until 1960.

Airman A1C
Hannah L. Glasco

Graduated Technical Training for
Security Forces at Lackland AFB
on November 8, 2017 and is a
2017 Alumni of Dwight D
Eisenhower High School

Fred R. Monska

Served in the
U.S. Air Force
from 1965 to 1969.

He was stationed at
Nellis Air Force Base,
Las Vegas, NV
He was trained as an Air Force
Communications-Electronics
Specialist
THANK YOU FOR
YOUR SERVICE, DAD

William Johnston served in the U.S.
Army during World War II from
1942-1945. He was stationed in
Ft. Warren, WY for basic training.
Bill received his Quartermaster
training in the 58th Engineer
Construction Co. He was later sent
to Newfoundland for the duration
of the war.

Rodney, you took your Basic Training and
Tech School (Law Enforcement) at Lackland AFB,
Texas. You were stationed at Chanute AFB
(Rantoul) twice and over in Izmir, Turkey for a year.
You retired in 2016 after a lot of
years from your other job.
THANKS FOR YOUR SERVICE
From Your Family
And Jackpot

Love Forever!
Mom & Dad
Graduated Basic Training
at Lackland AFB on
November 10, 2017 and Is a
2017 Alumni of Dwight D
Eisenhower High School

DAVID CARLEN

WILLIAM
JOHNSTON

In Loving Memory of
Cpt. James C. Hensley

Airman Zachary A. Bundy

Lawrence Stolz Jr.

Rodney Morville
U.S.A.F.
1972-1976

Fred served in the
U.S. Navy from 1964 - 1968.
He was stationed in
Long Beach,California.
He was aboard the
U.S. Brush PD745 and
Bausell DP845. He spent
two tours in Vietnam.
Love, Barb & kids

In Honor of Spec.
John C, Hensley II

Senior Chief

Donald
Cheney

Much Love!
Grandma & Pa

retired from the
US Navy after 30 years
1959 – 1989.
While at sea, he served
on submarines. When
Don was on shore duty
he was a recruiter
and an instructor at
ROTC at universities
of Wisconsin and
Missouri. Your family is
so proud of you!

In Honor of Sgt.
John W. Hensley
Much Love!
Mom & Dad

Dorothy, Pamela
and Don jr.
John C. Mooney
John served in the
United States Army in
World War II in Germany.
During the Korean Conflict
he was stationed at
Camp McCoy, Wis.

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Pfc Jacob F Hanes

22 Oct. 1894 – 27 March 1968
United States Army
21st Field Artillery
15 Dec. 1917 – 5 Aug. 1919

In Memory of
Lance Cpl. Alan W. Ashenfelter
Alan served in the U.S. Marines
and was in Vietnam from 1969 to 1970.
He was killed in Aug. 1970 in Vietnam
Love,
Mom,
SheriSheri
and&Dan
Love, Mom
& Dad,
Dan

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Staff. Sgt. Daniel Ashenfelter
Served in the U.S. Marines.
1965-1969. He served 18 mos.
in Vietnam. He has retired
from the Decatur Police Department.
Love, Mom,
Sheri
Love,
MomDad
and& Sheri

CPL T/5 William E “Jeep” Reece

WONDER WOMEN WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS
OUR GRATITUDE TO ALL VETERANS.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE.
Donald F. Emert

Lt. Jacob Hanes

2 July 1838 – 13 Nov. 1923
153rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry
2 May 1864 - 9 Sept 1864

Served in the US Navy during WWII
from 1944 to 1947. Served in South
Pacific on LST 868 in the invasion
of Okinawa and The Occupation
of Japan. He also served on the
Battleship USS lowa BB 61.

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Happy Veteran’s Day!

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DAILYLS!
SPECIA

JOHN DAVID BECK
Cpl. Eugene W. Schmitz
Served in the Us Army
during the Korean War
from January 1951 to
October 1952 in the
7th Division Unit 49
Field Artillery.
He did his
basic training at
Fort Leonard Wood, MO.

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U.S. ARMY
1939-1945

John served in the European
Theatre, including the Battle of the
Bulge. He received a Purple Heart
as well as other medals & ribbons.

David McLemore

Awarded Bronze Star on the
Anzio Beach-Head 1944-US
5 Army Special Unit 15 FAOB
Sound & Flash 1942 - 1945.
21 months straight combat.

Donald D. Williams
Owner Bold Machine Works

Donald D. Williams served in the
U.S. Army during the Vietnam
War from 1965-1967. He was
stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood,
MO for basic training. His AIT
Training was at Ft. Irwin, CA. Don
served with the 1st Battalion,
30th Artillery in Vietnam until
being discharged in 1967.

We’re Proud of Your Service!
Love,
Nancy & Jennifer

Joined Navy in August 1941
prior to attack on Pearl Harbor.
Served through W.W. II.
Served again thru Korean
conflict and then 3 tours in
Vietnam. Retired as Petty
Officer in 1971.

Dale McLemore

W.W.II
Navy Occupational
Forces - Pacific
Theater & Guam

4335 W. Main St.
Decatur, IL
217-330-6546

Richard E. Jostes

Father of Mark, Brent, Randy, Carol, and
Spouse Barbara Andrews Jostes
Staff Sergeant, United States Army
U.S. 38th Division, 5th Army, Infantry Rifleman
in Company E. Served in New Guinea,
Southern Philippines & Luzon. Received
the Asiatic Pacific Theater Ribbon with one
Bronze Battle Star, three Overseas Bars, Good
Conduct Medal, Bronze Star Medal and the
Purple Heart for being wounded in action in
Bataan Peninsula/Luzon on April 21, 1945.

John henry
WhItley

W WII

Went into service on June 23rd, 1943, came home in March of 1946.
The USS Forester took him from Miami through
the Panama Canal to Tokyo, and ended up deporting at Philadelphia.
Honors: Point system, Asiatic-Pacific Medal, Victory Medal,
African-European-Middle Eastern Medal
with one Star, African Area Medal.
John is still in good health at 92, and is an avid golfer.

The Allied push through Normandy stalled in the hedgerows and relied on combat
engineers to breach the maze of barriers and bridge the rivers between the Coast and St.
Lo. Shown above are about half of those who began the ordeal with Co. B, many remain in
Europe as a reminder of the price of freedom... some came home carrying the scars of those
trying times. Though he is not pictured here because of his wounds, my father did return
home and became a prominent physician in Decatur; now retired, he relives the struggle in
memories and his dreams. He would like to commend those who remained vigilant so that
he might return; and those that remain in Europe yet, that we all might share this moment.

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