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Stull, C. Dale

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Posted By: Von Mings Stachon (email)
Date: 5/8/2007 at 21:48:32

Stull, C. Dale

Traer, IA

Serial No: 37042102

Born: Oct 27, 1910

Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence V. Stull

Entered Army: Apr 1, 1941

Training in US: Camp Grant, Fort Bliss, Camp Haan, Camp Young, Camp White

Left for Overseas: Left Boston, MA on Dec 26, 1943; arrived Liverpool, England on Jan 10, 1944. Assigned 53rd General Hospital, 118th Station Hospital, 326th Airborne Medical Co.

Sent to Front: Jun 4, 1944 with 118th Station Hospital

Engagements: Holland Campaign, Battle of the Bulge and Central Europe, Rhineland and Northern France

Hospitalized Overseas: Marmalean, France, for operation, 5 weeks.

Medals-Ribbons: American Defense, African-Middle Eastern Theater, 3 Bronze Battle Stars, 3 Overseas Service Bars, 2 Service Stripes, Good Conduct, Presidential Citation with Oak Leaf Cluster.

Returned to US: From Marsailles, France, on Sep 7, 1945; arrived Boston, MA on Sep 15, 1945

Discharged: Fort Sheridan, IL

Rating: T/3

Months in Service: In US, 34; overseas, 20 mos, 17 days

Present Occupation: Salesman

(Veteran data included here was generously provided by the American Legion Kubik-Finch Post #142, Traer, IA; data gathered by the Legion about 1949.)

Researcher Note: C. Dale Stull is buried in Buckingham Cemetery, Traer, IA as well as his wife, Virginia E. Stull. Buckingham Cem. can be viewed online.


 

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