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14 entries.
Todd Augustin Todd Augustin from Cincinnati wrote on at :
Mike. Thank you for your dedication and excellence in preserving the history of those who served in the 107th. They were all great men and they deserve the special archive you have and continue to create for them.
Bob Bailey Bob Bailey from Oklahoma City wrote on at :
I want to know more history
Bob Bailey Bob Bailey from Oklahoma City wrote on at :
My dad was in WWII Riley W. Bailey Davis Okl. Any information would be nice.. I put his uniform in their history museum.
Patrick fisher Patrick fisher from Greensburg wrote on at :
Mike, what a thrill it was to find your web sight. MY father tech Sgt. Robert g fisher was a tank driver in company F. Dad never said much about his tour on Europe, so seeing his photo and. Reading all those stories has given me great pleasure. You have done a wonderful job mike.Keep up the good work. tanks again.
Kristin Maeder Shamhart Kristin Maeder Shamhart from Fredericktown wrote on at :
I came to this site looking for information on my father's military record during WW2. I can not find his name on the rosters, yet I am rather certain he was part of the 107th. He was from Sandusky Ohio. I remember him attending a reunion in Cincinnati when I was young too. I know he was stationed in California for a while, and in Texas before going to Europe for the remainder of the 5 plus years. I really would like more information. I remember things he told me about his service and would like to get more information. Any help or suggestions is very greatly appreciated.
Patricia Matheny Patricia Matheny from North Ridgeville wrote on at :
Finally found the site. Ronald Matheny, my dad, went to Fiddlers Green on July 8 2014. He made it to 90 despite that shrapnel that was in his legs since WW2. PLEASE get a hold of me. I have pictures for you and this site!
Ben Schmidt Ben Schmidt from Wichita wrote on at :
Mike, Thanks for all you have done to keep this part of history alive. Our fathers would be very proud. Just wanted you to know that Army is building a National Museum of the U.S. Army and I am sure, if you have not already contacted them, would be very interested in your website. Ben Schmidt ( Son of Louis G Schmidt)
Abel O. Stahl Abel O. Stahl from Paragould wrote on at :
I was a Trooper in Troop C First Plt. I am now 99, but remember my buddies and all we went through. Would be good to hear from anyone left that I served with from France to the Alps.
Able Stahl Able Stahl from Paragould wrote on at :
Just turned 96 on 5 May. I am proud to have served in Troop C. Thanks for preserving the memory of our Unit and those that served.
Jack Tarantino Jack Tarantino from Paterson wrote on at :
On behalf of my Grandpa who raised me Michael Tarantino. Looking for photos or anyone around who knew him. I have a nice booklet about Troop B experiences in France and Germany.
Robert E Hartman Robert E Hartman from Gainesville wrote on at :
I noticed that I am listed in Fidler's Green. I want to assure you that I am not quite there yet. I am 92 and counting!
Doug Doug from Santa Rosa wrote on at :
Great page. I keep checking photos trying to spot my Dad
Gary F. Schlueter Gary F. Schlueter from Amelia wrote on at :
Thank you for preserving our history.
Lisa Capodarco Lisa Capodarco from Kenosha wrote on at :
Great looking website so far!