Registry of Remembrance

 

     Many individuals made contributions to the war effort by serving our country, recycling cans and metals of all types, aiding the Red Cross and USO efforts, purchasing war bonds, raising agricultural products to feed our troops overseas and many other things. The following is a list of individuals who have been recognized for their efforts in World War II through contributions made by sons, daughters, friends, relatives, etc. If you are interested in recognizing an individual who contributed to World War II, please consider make a contribution to the fundraising effort and we will gladly add their name to the Registry of Remembrance

REGISTRY OF REMEMBRANCE

Last Name  
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First Name Last Name Hometown Donor
  101st Airborne   Vernon Raker
  109th Engr BN (C) WWII   109th Engineer Assoc. WWII
  10th Mountain Div. Casualties   Rol Kebach
  147 FA Regiment of WWIII   Raymond B. Bunkers
  147th FA   Floyd L. Bresee
  16,000 American G.I.'s   John & Bonnie Robinson
  1940 SDNG Battery F 147FA Vermillion, SD Marion Kryger
Charles J. Aaberg Hot Springs,SD Carol Aaberg
May L. Aaberg Hot Springs,SD Carol Aaberg
George Aasby   Audrey & Marg Miller
George Aasby   Children,Nieces & Nephews
Leonard Aasby Highmore,SD Audrey & Marg Miller
Leonard Aasby   Nieces & Nephews
Mae Aasby Holabird,SD Grandchildren
Marvin Aasby   Children, Nieces & Nephews
Paul Aasby Holabird,SD Grandchildren
Al Aberle Glen Cross,SD G.A. Aberle
John Aberle Trail City,SD G.A. Aberle
John Aberle Sr. Spearfish, SD Leta F. Aberle
F.M. (Bill) Abernathy Gann Valley, SD Susan Wayrynen
F.M. (Bill) Abernathy Gann Valley,SD Bill M. Abernathy
Franklin M. Abernathy Gann Valley, SD Lois Abernathy
George Abernathy Gann Valley, SD Abernathy Family
John H. Abernathy   Lawrence and Shirley Lynch
Kenny Abernathy   Sharon,Beth, & Rachel Abernathy
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