|From: "John Rusnak" <email@example.com>
Subject: PVT Mike Philiposki
Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2001
I am looking for information or anyone who knew my great uncle Pvt. Mike Philiposki. He was KIA on March 7th, 1945. My grandmother(Mike's sister) thought he was killed around the Remagen area. Mike is buried at the Luxembourg American Cemetery. Thank you.
Date: Sat, 21 Jul 2001
Subject: My Dad, William "Bill" Frey
My Dad, TSgt. Bill Frey was in the 94th division. He entered the service on December 7, 1942 (1 year anniversary of Pearl Harbor) in York, PA. He shipped overseas in August, 1944 aboard the Queen Mary and served in various parts of Europe until October, 1945. He died in 1970 when I was 12 and so I never got to ask him any questions about his military service. My mom says he never liked to talk about it. I do remember that he used to get together with some of his army buddies and one was named Bruno and I think he lived in Brooklyn, NY. If you have any information about him, please e-mail me at Sharpic@aol.com
Thanks so much!!
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001
Subject: My Grandfather 2
I hope someone out there will remember my Grandfather. His name was Clarence Rolland Corbin. His friends called him Mickey. He was in the 301st Infantry reg of the 94th Infantry Division. He died on February 19th, 1945. I never knew my Grandfather but am very interested in learning everything I can about him. I was soooo pleased to have found this sight and I hope someone will remember him. Thank you very much.
|From: "Siress" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: 94th Prints
Date: Sun, 17 Jun 2001
Hello. I recently purchased the
Road to Victory print. I was wondering if you are aware of any other
prints about the 94th infantry? Also... I was wondering if you have
any information on a Jake Masscotti of the 94th? Thank you and any
info. would be appreciated. Thanks.
|From: Paul Pezzoli
Subject: Friends of Julius (Jack) Pezzoli
Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2001
My late father Julius (Jack) Pezzoli served with the 94th. Unfortunately he died when I was younger and he didn't get to share some of his experiences.
He was from Pennsylvania and was part
of an infantry regiment, although I
|From: "Cyndi Rorrer" <email@example.com>
Subject: Robert (Bob) Appleman
Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2001
I am writing, not so much that I have information, but I am looking for some information. My name is Cyndi Steele. I am the granddaughter of Robert (Bob) Appleman.
From my understanding, please bare with me if any of this is not quite correct, my grandpa served in the 94th Infantry/4th Armored Division. When he left the service he was a Staff Sgt. To my understanding he had also been a Sgt and Corporal but when he changed whatever it may have been his rank also changed.
Grandpa has never really talked much of his experience-good or bad. I had recently found some negatives of pictures and had them printed. One of the pictures is of 6 men, two of which are playing guitar and fiddle. This picture per my grandpa was taken at Prague checkpoint. Another picture of 5 men standing by a half track (I think). Grandpa identified the men as Fisker (his mom sent danishes) of New York, Flex ? I believe he said from New Orleans, Oakley Anderson from Minnesota, Peter Z. from Pennsylvania, and Avery Ford. form Kentucky. Another picture is of three men, one of which is my grandpa, and one of the fellows was identified as Bob Wagner. There was also a fellow by the name of Earl Kinder. My grandpa called him Bigfoot.
There were several other pictures but people were not identified. I would be happy to scan and send them to you if you are interested. This, however, would have to wait until my husband comes home because I am not equipped to operate that piece of this technology!!
I am hoping someone will know of or remember my grandpa. Stories, photo's, or just clarification of his relationship to the service was would be very nice. I understand the war experience was not necessarily a pleasant experience but my grandpa does have found memories of some of the men he served with. It would mean a great deal to me to be able to put some additional information with the pictures I now have and create a story that is neither grotesque or fantasy like but just a story to pass on for generations to come.
Please let me know if you could be of any assistance.
|Date: Sun, 08 Jul 2001
From: Marita Diephuis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: James King
I'm trying to find a army buddy of my
fathers, James King. I think he was in the 94 Div. 376 Inf. 26 Bn.
The years were 1944-1946.
|From: Dan Tate
Subject: Sid Conley
Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2001
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