Muscatine County

Lt. Lucille V. Grosjean




Miss Lucille Grosjean, daughter of George Grosjean, sr., 1145 Lucas street, will graduate tonight from the Mercy hospital school of nursing at Davenport. She was graduated from Muscatine high school in 1937 and attended Muscatine junior college for one year.

Source: Muscatine Journal News-Tribune, June 2, 1942 (photo included)

Muscatine Girl in Army Nurse Corps

Miss Lucille Grosjean, daughter of George Grosjean, 1146 Lucas Street, Muscatine, will report at Fort Des Moines on Feb. 2 for active duty with the army nurse corps.

Miss Grosjean is a graduate of the Mercy hospital school of nursing of 1942. She has been doing private duty nursing in Davenport.

Source: The Daily Times, January 30, 1943 (photo included)

Lucille Grosjean Flown Back From New Guinea Base

Lt. Lucille Gosjean, of the Army Nurses Corps, arrived in Muscatine this morning after being flown from a base in New Guinea, to be with her father, George Grosjean, 208 Fletcher avenue, who is seriously ill.

Lt. Grosjean was flown in a C-54 plane to San Francisco and by plane to Omaha, where she boarded a train. She has been serving overseas for seven months.

Source: Muscatine Journal News-Tribune, October 11, 1944


Mrs. Walter Mahraun, 208 Fletcher avenue, has received word that her sister, Lt. Lucille V. Grosjean, serving with the Army Nurse Corps, has been promoted to the rank of first lieutenant. She has been in service for two years and for the past year has been stationed at the 51st General hospital in New Guinea.

Source: Muscatine Journal News-Tribune, April 17, 1945

Lucille Virginia Grosjean Wigim was born Jan. 1, 1921 to George W. and Lena Grosjean. She was married to Truman Hugh Wigim.