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Honoring Our Veterans Week 2 - 2018

In honor of Veteran’s Day, November 11th, we want to honor our military who served and are buried here in Zion Cemetery. These are just a few of those who served in World War I.

Jennings Bryan AllenUS Army

George Henry Beckman- US Army

Frank Fred Brandhorst- PH PRC CO I MO 354 Infantry

Harry Deiters – MO Pvt 68 Infantry

Harry H. Dittmeier – MO Cpl 356 Infantry 89 Div

Otto H. Ellersiek- Army MO Corp Co. Ordnance Dept

Milton Frank Elli – MO Pvt lst Class 771 lst Bomb Sqdrn

August H. Fuchs – MO

Archibald Gower – MO Wagoner Co 164 Dep BR 3

Joseph A. Grilleaux – US Army CRT

Charles Walter Harig – MO Sgt HG Co 379 Infantry

William C. Heincker – MO Bugler Co G 69 Infantry

Oscar E. Hucker – MO Sgt Co A 128 Engineers

Herbert H. Iaggi – MO Sgt Co H 354 Infantry

Arthur Marion Lutzi – MO Pvt ICL 331 Infantry 83 Div

Walter Meyers – MO Pvt 165 Depot Brig

William J. Milton – MO PFC Co H 7 Infantry

Paul W. Mindel – MO PFC US Army

Edward Moeller – MO

John M. Quinn – MO

Herbert H. Quitmeyer – Illinois Cpt 13 Regt USMC

Henry C. Reithel – Corp MG Co 356 Infantry USA

William Martin Sommer – MO CM3 US Navy

James Curtis Stillman – MO PFC Co K 126 Infantry

DeWitt Weible – GY Sgt US Marine Corp – Purple Heart

Elmer W. Westerman – MO PFC 287 Mil Police Co.

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