US Army and Navy Deaths, 25 October 1945

Washington, D. C., Oct. 25 -- The army and navy today made public new casualty lists. The reports include dead, missing, and liberated prisoners of war. Next of kin have been notified of any changes in status that may have occurred since these lists were compiled, the army and navy said.

Listed here are the soldiers and sailors from Illinois

Army Dead: European Regions

NameNext of KinAddress of Record
1st Lt Robert G. AdamsMrs. Lois J. Adams, wife2340 W. 112th St., Chicago, IL
Pfc George F. AlbersMrs. Mildred Albers, mother308 W. Washington St., Chicago, IL
Pvt Allen W. ParlorAlmo Parlor, brother762 Michigan St., Hammond, IL
TSgt Angelo R. SorceMrs. Josephine Sorce, mother901 N. Sedgewick St., Chicago, IL
Cpl John D. Spiller Jr.Mrs. Rose J. Spiller, mother5812 W. Rice St., Chicago, IL

Navy Dead: previously reported missing

NameNext of KinAddress of Record
S/2c Harold Walter Banca, U. S. N.Mrs. Marilynn Shaw Banca, wife1909 S. Lombard Ave., Cicero, IL
aviation ordnanceman 1c Raymond Joseph Skulina, U.S.N.R.Mr. and Mrs. Emil Skulina, parents2532 S. Avers Ave., Chicago, IL

Navy Dead: previously reported prisoner of war

NameNext of KinAddress of Record
S/1c Frank Lyle Harold Pistole, U. S. N.Mrs. Emma Caroline Pistole, motherPeoria, IL



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