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From: Stephen Thompson <stephent59@comcast.net>
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2018
Subject: Dempsey C. Thompson B/301

My father was Dempsey C. Thompson of Company B 301st Regiment 94th Division from 1942-1945.

He never talked about the war. But I would like to know everything that he went through.

From: Scott Bockhorst <mrbockhorst.sab@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2018
Subject: My Grandfather Herman Oliver Bockhorst

Herman and familyGood afternoon Gentleman,
I am just wanting to put a post out there.

My Grandfather Herman Oliver Bockhorst served in the 376th infantry and he went on to serve as an MP in Nuremberg.

I do have copies of some of his personal photos from over there but no stories.
Grandpa passed in 2000.

Subject: Tech/5 Glenn G Sanford
From: Eric Deets <destroyer9468@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 3 Feb 2018

Looking for information on Tech/5 Glenn G Sanford. He is a member of the Madison County Hall of Heroes by virtue of his Bronze Star medal. His records show he was a member of Company B/319th Engineer Battalion.

I have nothing except his discharge paper.

Our website is at: www.mcmhc.us/?page=profile&hero=271

Regards,

Eric

From: Kevin D <farmall3952@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2018
Subject: Joseph E. Roza 94th Infantry World War Two

My Grandfather Joseph. E. Roza was in the 94th Infantry Division during World War Two. He was Awarded a Silver Star, and a Purple Heart. Like many Veterans who have seen combat he didn't talk about his experiences. He passed in 2013. I've been trying to follow were he went through Europe. Using the dates maybe I could narrow down where he was at when he was Awarded his Silver Star. I do have a copy of his discharge papers and paperwork on his Silver Star. Unfortunately I haven't been able to to find much information.

From: Michael Tessler <michaeljtessler@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2018
Subject: Reconnecting daughter with her WWII veteran father's history

Hello -

My name is Michael Tessler, I'm assisting my cousin with discovering where her father was stationed during WWII. He was a member of the 94th Infantry Division.

He began his career as a private but ended up becoming a sergeant. His serial number was 33909369. He was born May 19, 1916, in Ohio. His name was Charles Hoyt Mace. Any chance you could assist me in finding what company he was in and where he would have been during the war? Thanks so much!

Warmest Regards,
Michael Tessler

From: John Hollister <jhollister@holmeshollister.com>
Subject: Jack Hollister (Cat) D/301

jack hollister 1944Attached are various photo’s of my father, Jack Hollister (whom we called “Cat”). Also can send you complete “The Attack” newspaper from September 9, 1945. Let me know.

-John Hollister

Attack News 1944Click on News to enlarge

Attack News 1945Jack and a Grandfather

Jack Hollister

Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2018
From: Jack Evans <evansaz@aol.com>
Subject: 94th Infantry Division Association

I am trying to help a friend find information about his brother's service and death when he served with the 302 Infantry 94th Divisiin in WW-II. He was killed on 7 March 1945, and was awarded the Silver Star for his actions. The Citation for the award indicates that he was firing his B.A.R. at the advancing enemy when he was killed.
The soldier's name was: PVT. DAVID VINIGRAD, from New York. He was born on 10 August 1917.

The limited Division history which we have found suggests that he was probably killed during the battle for Lampaden Ridge, but we would greatly appreciate any confirmation and additional information.

We live in a retirement.community which recently established a program recognizing veterans, and that has renewed interest in the veterans' military histories.

Jack L. Evans
9508 E. Riggs Rd., Apt. D208
Sun Lakes, AZ 85248

(I served in Co. K, 357th Infantry, 90th Division, and was first wounded on 10 July 1944, and received the Distinguished Service Cross for actions at that time.)

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