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Warren County Ohio World War II Veterans
surnames beginning with
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Thousands of Warren Countians have served their country in the military. I will be happy to add your military veteran to the list. Email your information, images, etc. to Arne Trelvik

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FAIR
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FAIRCHILD
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  • Homer Smith Fairchild (c1912-2010) - US Army, World War II
    • grave at Rest Haven Memorial Park, Blue Ash, Ohio
    • "Fairchild," obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Wednesday, December 29, 2010, page B4
      " . . . Served in the US Army in WWII in Italy, Southern France, Rhineland and Central Europe. . . ."
FALCH
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FANNON
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  • Earl T. Fannon (1908-1995) - TEC 5, US Army, World War II
FANSLER
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  • William James Fansler (1927-1994)
FARMER
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  • Edward Farmer Jr. (1914-2003) - US Army, World War II
 
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FAUL
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  • Irene F. Conger Faul (1916-1966) - Illinois, TEC 5, Company B 72 WAC Hosp Co, World War II
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  • Virgil Lee Faul (1920-2002) - US Navy, World War II
FAULKNER
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  • Cragg G. Faulkner (1907-1974)
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  • Leroy Lewis Faulkner (1907-2007) - TEC 5, US Army, World War II
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  • Lyle Hurst Faulkner (1899-1978) - Private, US Marine Corps, World War II
FAUX
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  • Richard William Faux (1921-2009)
  • Photo:  The Cincinnati Enquirer, Friday, June 12, 2009
    "Because he opposed the war, he first claimed status as a conscientious objector and chose civil service as a firefighter as an alternative to the military.  He was eventually forced to enlist and given a noncombat position in the Pacific as a medic and lab technician aboard Army ships. ... Upon his discharge in 1945, Mr. Faux entered the Hartford Seminary in Connecticut, graduated and began preaching as a Quaker minister."
FENNEN
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  • George Evert Fennen (1927-2013) - US Navy, World War II
    • Stine Kilburn Funeral Home Website accessed 27 Mar 2013.
      " . . . George was a proud U.S. Navy Veteran of World War II and a retired Public Works Superintendant from the City of Fairfield, Ohio. . . ."
FENWRICK
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  • Gil Fenwrick (1910-1983) - CWO W2 US Army World War II
FERGUSON
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  • Gerald Scott Ferguson (1926-2012) - US Army, World War II
    • Photo: Breitenbach McCoy-Leffler Funeral Home accessed 22 Jan 2013
    • "Ferguson, Gerald Scott," obituary, Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Wednesday, March 14, 2012, page C2.
      " . . . Gerald served in the U.S. Army during World War II. . . ."
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FIELDS
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  • Brown Fields (1925-2004) - US Army World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Deerfield Cemetery - Sec H Lot 135
    • "Brown Fields," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, March 11, 2002, page B5
      " . . . He was also a WWII Army Veteran. . . ."
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  • James D. Fields (1927-1968) - Georgia, PFC 3411 Area Svc Unit World War II
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  • Raymond B. Fields (1917-2010) - US Army Air Corps, World War II
    • grave at Evergreen Cemetery, West Carrollton, Ohio
    • "Raymond B. Fields," obituary, Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, Thursday, March 5, 2010, page 2
      " . . . He was retired from the Frigidaire Division of General Motors and was a veteran of World War II, having served in the Army Air Corps. . . ."
FINK
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FINLEY
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FISH
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FISHER
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  • Joseph P. Fisher Jr. (1916-1991) - TEC 4, US Army 1945-1946
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #10067 in Sec I Lot 129-4 on 26 Jun 1991
    • "Joseph Fisher Jr.," obituary, unnamed paper dated 25 Jun 1991 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . An Army veteran of World War II, he was a member of American Legion Post 218.. . . ."
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  • Paul Edward Fisher (1905-1991) - US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery with Disabled American Veterans flag holder - Interment #10075 in Sec F Lot 58-3 on 29 Jul 1991
    • "Paul E. Fisher," obituary, unnamed paper dated 27 Jul 1991 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . He was an Army veteran of World War II, a member of the Lebanon Masonic Lodge 26, Scottish Rite Valley of Dayton, past patron of the Lebanon Eastern Star, life member of the Disabled American Veterans and past president of the Lebanon Kiwanis. . . ."
    • "Largest Draft Call Sends 101 Men To Army," The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, January 7, 1943, pages 1A & 3A
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FITZGERALD
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FITZPATRICK
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FITZWATER
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  • Harold Fitzwater (c1922-1991) - World War II
    • grave at Woodside Cemetery, Middletown, Butler County, Ohio
    • "Harold Fitzwater," obituary, unnamed paper dated 5 Sep 1991 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . The Springboro native had lived in this area all his life. A veteran of World War II, he had worked as a truck driver for Middletown Ice & Coal Co., until 1976, when he retired after 30 years of service.
      ". . . He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, the Moose and Eagles Local 508. . . ."
FLETCHER
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  • Robert M. Fletcher (1924-2012) - 1st Lieutenant, US Army Air Corps, World War II
    • grave at Woodside Cemetery, Middletown, Butler County, Ohio
    • Photo: Breitenbach McCoy-Leffler Funeral Home accessed 23 Feb 2013
    • "Robert M. Fletcher," obituary, Middletown (Ohio) Journal, December 4, 2012.
      " . . . Robert was a veteran of the U.S. Army Air Corps where he served as a 1st Lieutenant and piloted a B-24 aircraft during World War II. . . ."
FLINN
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  • Joseph G. Flinn (1905-1971) - Ohio PFC Co. A 35 Engineer Bn. World War II Bronze Star Medal & Purple Heart
FLISCHEL
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  • Robert C. Flischel (1923-2011) - US Army Air Corps, World War II
    • grave at Germantown Union Cemetery, Germantown, Montgomery County, Ohio
    • "Robert C. Flischel," obituary, Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Wednesday, October 5, 2011.
      " . . . He was a WW II veteran serving in the Army Air Corps, retired from NCR and the Village of Carlisle, was a charter member of the Carlisle Lions Club, member of St. Augustine Church in Germantown and served as church treasurer, and was active in Crossroads Hospice. . . . "
FLORENCE
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  • Howard Thomas Florence (1923-1996) - US Army Air Corps
FLYNN
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FONDERSMITH
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FORINASH
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FORMAN
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  • Dewayne B. Forman (1926-2009 ) - US Army World War II
    • grave:  Grace Memorial Gardens
    • Photo: Dewayne B. Forman, The Middletown (Ohio) Journal Saturday, May 30, 2009
      "... A World War II Army veteran, he restored John Deere tractors as a hobby. ..."
FORTUNA
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  • Walter E. Fortuna (1919-1991) - SPC, US Navy, World War II
FOSBRINK
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  • John Fosbrink (c1919-2009)
    • John Fosbrink, The Morrow Pulse-Journal, December 2009
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FOSTER
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  • Clayton Wilcher Foster (1907-1993) - Private, US Army, World War II
FOWLER
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  • Kyle Herman Fowler (1917-2009) - US Army Corps of Engineers
    • Cincinnati Enquirer, Wednesday, March 18, 2009
      "A World War II veteran, Kyle served in the South Pacific as a staff sergeant in the Army Corps of Engineers"
FOX
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  • Harold R. Fox (1920-1972) - PFC US Army Air Forces, World War II
   

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FOXBOWER
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FRANCIS
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FRAZEE
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  • Charles A. Frazee (1911-1959) - Ohio; Staff Sargeant, 2114 Base Unit, Army Air Force, World War II
FRAZER
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  • Harold J. Frazer (1902-1954) - Ohio, Corporal 14 Tech School Squadron, Army Air Force, World War II
FRAZIER
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  • Abraham E. "Bud" Fred (1897-1964) - US Navy, World War I & US Army, World War II
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #8077 of A. E. Fred in Section F Lot 10-1 on 3 Apr 1964
    • "Ralph E. Snook Post No. 186," The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, October 16, 1919
    • ""Bud" Fred Dies of Heart Attack," obituary, unnamed paper dated 2 Apr 1964
      " . . . He served in the navy in World War I and in the army in World War II. He was a charter member of the local American Legion Post and a member of the Elks Lodge. . . ."
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  • Edwin B. Fred (1900-1954) - US Army, World War II
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  • Julius David Fred (1919-1992) - Captain, US Army World War II
FREY
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  • Robert J. Frey (c1921-2009) - World War II veteran
    • Frey, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Wednesday, April 5, 2009
FREDERICK
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FREHSE
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FREIER
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FRENCH
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  • William Robert French (1913-2000)
FREUDENBERG
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  • Carl Gustave Freudenberg (1904-1987) - Major, US Army, World War II
FRICK
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  • Jay E. Frick (1921-2009) - US Army Air Corps World War II
    • Photo: Oswald-Hoskins Funeral Home Website
    • Jay E. Frick, The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday October 22, 2009
      "...he graduated from Wooster High School before joining the Army Air Corps during World War II."
FRICKE
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  • Wilbur H. Fricke (1913 - 1998) - Major General, US Army, World War & later
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery - Interment #9585 in Sec S Lot 76 Grave 9 on 15 Sep 1998
    • "Wilbur Fricke," obituary, unnamed 1998 paper in the obituary collection of the Warren County Genealogical Soceity
      " Maj. Gen. Wilbur H. Fricke, 85, of Waynesville died Monday, Sept. 7 at home.
      He received his B.S. degree and ROTC at Purdue University in 1936 and was commissioned a second lieutenant. He also graduated from the Army Field Artillery School, Command and General Staff College and the Infantry School. In 1937, he accepted a commission in the 136th Field Artillery, Ohio National Guard. In 1940 he was ordered into federal service as a captain. He was promoted to major in 1942, and was then assigned to the Pacific Theater for the next three years.
      Serving first in Fiji and the Solomon Islands, he was promoted to lieutenant colonel in 1944 and given command of the 136th Field Artillery battalion, which he led in combat at Bougainville Island and Luzon.
      Returning to the United Stated in June of 1945, he was released from active duty in February, 1946. He returned to the Ohio Army National Guard in 1946, again commanding the 136th Field Artillery Battalion. In 1947, he was promoted to colonel and assigned to command the 371st Div. Artillery in 1861 and was federally recognized as brigadier general on Nov. 14, 1961.
      He was appointed assistant division commander, 37th Infantry Division in 1963 and commanding general in 1965 with federal recognition as major general effective Dec. 7, 1965.
      He received the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster and the Purple Heart. He was a member of the retired officers of the 37th Artillery Div., the VFW, and Waynesville Rotary Club. ..."
FRIEND
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  • James Warren Friend (1924-2000) - US Army, 1943-1946
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FRYE
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  • Alfred E. Frye Sr. (1924-2009) - US Army, World War II
    • Photo:  Stine-Kilburn Funeral Home Website
    • Alfred E. "Ed" Frye Sr., The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday March 5, 2009
      "Mr. Frye was a National war Hero being one of a small group of US Army Soldiers who captured Herman Goring, Hitler's top commander in Germany, at the end of world war II."

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  • William A. Frye (1922-1987) - PFC, US Army, World War II
FUESTON
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  • Sylvester H. Fueston (1911-1955) - Ohio Sgt HQ & HQ Co 68 Signal Bn World War II
FUGETT
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  • Drexel Clyde Fugett (1922-2004) - TEC 5, US Army, World War II
 
  • Wendell G. Fugett (July 11, 1924-Oct. 26, 1944) - US Army Air Force
    • http://www.western-star.com/news/lebanon-oh-news/65-years-later-wwii-casualty-to-get-full-military-honors-198600.html accessed 10 July 2009
      "Fugett died Oct. 26, 1944, after his squadron’s B-24 Liberator bomber was shot down during a mission against a Japanese fleet near Morotal Island in the South Pacific Ocean. Fugett and nine other crew members of the Army Air Forces 307th Bombardment Group were never found.  Fugett, 20, spent only 10 days in his squadron before his plane went down."
    • Photo:  The Cincinnati Enquirer, Sunday July 12, 2009
      "A radio operator, Fugett was just 20 years old when he was killed during an air strike more than 65 years ago. The B-24 Liberator Bomber he was in was gunned down on Oct. 26, 1944, over the South Pacific during the Battle of Leyte Gulf - considered the largest naval engagement of World War II. His entire crew of nine perished. Although a search was conducted, their bodies were never found."
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