Butler Military Service

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WW II:

1. Donald Clifford Butler901 > Donald > Lawrence > William > Nelson > William Fremont Butler

Donald was a veteran of World War II, having served in the U.S. Navy.

2. Martin L. Wannstedt915 First cousin, once removed, to Mary (Butler) Stahlman, wife of Steve Stahlman. Steve > James >Paul > Simon > William > Jeremiah > John Stahlman

Martin spent 30 years in the US Air Force and had served in WW II and was also a procurement officer at Wright-Patterson AFB, retiring in 1969.

3. Jack C. Zuver916 > Jack > Florence Bozard > Eva > William Fremont Butler

A veteran of World War II, he re-enlisted about six months before fighting broke out in Korea.

4. Robert C. Fuller924 > Robert > James > Taylor > John Fuller

Robert was awarded the Bronze Star, Europe-Africa-Middle East Campaign Medal plus 1 Silver Service Star, WWII Victory Commemorative Medal, Honorable Service Lapel Button WWII, Combat Infantryman's Badge 1st. Award & NY State Conspicuous Service Cross Medal. He had served in the 141st Infantry Division of The US Army.

The Korean War:

1. Leonard Earl Leap902 > Uncle to the wife of Steve Stahlman. Steve > James > Paul > Simon > William > Jeremiah > John Stahlman

Leonard was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, having served during the Korean era.

2. Jack C. Zuver916 > Jack > Florence Bozard > Eva > William Fremont Butler 

Jack Sgt. Jack C. Zuver, 30, son of Mrs. Florence M. Zuver, 624 Union St., was surrounded with three other soldiers on Nov. 28, 1950, when United Nations forces were retreating in North Korea.

Mrs. Zuver received a letter from a lieutenant who wrote that Sgt. Zuver was hit in the chest by a shell and was left on the battlefield at Parwonnyon after being bandaged. A veteran of World War II, he re-enlisted about six months before fighting broke out in Korea.

 

Notes and Sources:

# superscript numeral indicates source is my obituary index number.
Asuperscript indicates source is Find a Grave Website

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