1. Donald Clifford Butler901
> Donald > Lawrence >
William > Nelson > William Fremont Butler
was a veteran of World War II, having served in the U.S. Navy.
Martin L. Wannstedt915
cousin, once removed, to Mary (Butler) Stahlman, wife of Steve
Stahlman. Steve > James >Paul > Simon > William >
Jeremiah > John Stahlman
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
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
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 >
to the wife of Steve Stahlman. Steve > James > Paul > Simon
> William > Jeremiah > John Stahlman
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 C. Zuver, 30, son of Mrs. Florence M. Zuver, 624½ Union St., was
surrounded with three other soldiers on Nov. 28, 1950, when United
Nations forces were retreating in North Korea.
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.