US Army Deaths, 6 November 1945

Washington, D. C., Nov. 6 -- The war department today made public a list of army personnel killed in the European and Pacific areas, and the names of men liberated from prison camps in Japan. The next of kin have been kept informed of any changes in the status of casualties since this report was complied, the war department said.

European Regions

NameNext of KinAddress of Record
Sgt. Bruno T. DaszkiewiczMother, Mrs. Charlotte Daszkiewicz11941 Normal Ave., Chicago, IL
1st Lt Craig E. LewisFather, Benjamin F. Lewis5486 Blackstone Ave., Chicago, IL
Pvt Dolores SoriaMother, Mrs. Mary R. Soria2059 W. 13th St., Chicago, IL
1st Lt Lucian J. BibeauMother, Mrs. Sarah A. BibeauLuck, WI
Pvt Richard E. ErbanMother, Mrs. Ann C. Erban303 Congress St., Oshkosh, WI
1st Lt Robert J. FedermanWife, Mrs. Kathryn J. Federman3851 N. 21st St., Milwaukee, WI
T/Sgt Frank J. Suelflow Jr.Mother, Mrs. Evelyn Suelflow3203 S. Delaware Ave., Milwaukee, WI

Army Liberated from Japanese Prisoner of War Camps

NameNext of KinAddress of Record
Sgt Wallace L. TimmonsMother, Mrs. Nyra Jane Timmons3755 N. Drake Ave., Chicago, IL
Sgt Robert W. BartzFather, Albert BartzJanesville, WI
Pvt Albert J. DuboisMother, Mrs. Philemin DurandStar Rt., Webster, WI
Pvt Wesley R. ElmerSister, Mrs. Freda Willison1623 Calumet Ave., Beloit, WI



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