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February 2002
From: "Joe Whitmore"  click to email me 
Subject: looking for a book 
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2002

I'm doing a inquire for a john linebarry who was in the division.  He would like to know where he can get the book "history of the 94" by burms

From: "vicki hannah" click to email me 
Subject: Clark Hannah 
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2002

Feb.25th, 2002

We know Clark was with the 94th Co. M 301st Infantry in Germany during WWII.  We would love to hear from anyone who might have known Clark in his Army days.  He passed away 2 years ago now.  It would mean the world to us to hear from you.
Thank You,
Duane & Vicki Hannah 

From: "Sherry B. Smith" click to email me 
Subject: Manuel Brittain 
Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2002

My father is Manuel Brittain and he served in WWII with the third army in the 94th Division.  If anyone remembers him, please let us know.  He does not talk very much about the war, but when he does he becomes very emotional.  He was a foot soldier.  He would like to make contact with other veterans that he served with.  He still works everyday and is in fairly good health.  Please make contact with me (Sherri Brittain Smith) at 828-437-1649 (North Carolina) or my e-mail:  click to email me
He is from Valdese, North Carolina.  He does not have a computer, but his phone number is 828-433-6232.  He would be thrilled to hear from other veterans.  I would like to say that I very proud of him and ALL veterans who risked their lives and those who lost thier lives so we could live in a free country.  God Bless You All.

Sherri Brittain Smith

Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002
From: Herb and Deloris Schmidt click to email me 
Subject: Lampaden Germany 

I just came across this site, by accident I was with G Co 376 Inf  from Jan 1945 till the Division came back to the States.

Anyway There was an article dated Wed Jan 3 2001 with an E-Mail of  <Backes2001@aol.com>  Bernd Hermesdorf and Christian Backes I tried the E-Mail but it was returned would like to hear from them

Herbert J Schmidt
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From: Michael Taylor 
Subject: Albert Hempel- KIA 
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002

Hi, I am interested in contacting someone who knew my great uncle.  His name was Albert Hempel from Minnesota.  He was killed in action in france on September 22, 1944.  My grandfather, Albert's brother was very interested in finding out info on his brother's death. Unfortunately, he passed away in October of 2000.  I am interested in finding out that info and what kind of person he was..  Can you help me????? Thank you in advance for any and all help you can give.

Jo Ann Taylor
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Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002
From: John Mescall click to email me 
Subject: Dan Pash: 

Hi;
I'm a nephew of Dan Pash, He was killed March 3rd, 1945 on hill 500 near Lampaden Germany.  I'm interested in some of the other things he was involved in, is it possible that information is available.
Thank you,
Have a Nice Day!
John

From: Dave Toste
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2002
Subject: Info About 94th Division, 376th Regiment, "E" Company 
 

My father's name was George A. Toste, Sergeant, "E Company, 376th Regiment, 94th Division. 

Please let me know if there are any of his buddies that served with him in WW II I'd like to talk to them about my dad. 

Thanks so much...Dave Toste  click to email me

From: Martin A. Fees
Subject: James Joseph Keegan 
Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2002 

Hello 
My name is Sheila Fees. My father was James Joseph Keegan. He served with the 94th infantry 302d Co. E during WW II.  He passed away several years ago and I never knew of his experiences in WW II.  My sister recently found his discharge papers and gave us some information about where he served and medals he received.  I would like to know more about his time at Fort Dix and the ETO.  His serial number is 32 267 411.  Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you

Sheila Fees 
mafees@supernet.com

Date: Mon, 04 Feb 2002 
From: "John Nace" <jdn@rettew.com
Subject: unit crest 

My grandfather, Clyde Sterling Kessler, recently passed away, and never talked much about his stint in the military much with anyone, except some of his old buddies, and me. I think this reasoning primarily because I was the only family member (other than my father who was his son-in-law) to serve in the armed forces.

Anyhow, that being said, being the only one in the family with military knowledge, I have been tasked to find more out about my some of my grandfather awards and medals. I got all of them (awards and medals) figured out, but unit crests I can not find any info on.

According to some papers I found, I know he served in the 70th Tank Bn., 94th Inf. Div., Charlie Company in Germany, and 1st Inf. ( The Big Red One) after the war due to the patches on his dress uniform. So, it is possible that one or all of them might not be from the 94th or companies within. Or possibly were even his friends that he traded for memory, but any info on what they are or where I could find info on them would be greatly appreciated.

crests:

1. shield black/blue/red with a rattlesnake on the bottom. 
2. white shield (like that of a interstate road sign) with a blue arrow pointing upwards. 
3. green shield with 3 small gold arrow heads pointing upwards.

Thank you for all of your help in my search,
John D. Nace Jr.

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