Hudspeth County, Texas | World War Two Veterans and Casualties

Last modified: 31 MAY 2008

Source: National WWII Memorial

From Sierra Blanca, Texas

Honoree Service Source
Tom Holmes Neely U.S. Army Marion & Mary Lou Spitler

Activity During WWWII
Commanded The Sierra Blanca And Fort Hancock, Texas Platoons In The El Paso And Hudspeth County Battalions From 1941 - 1945.

Conrado S. Ramirez U.S. Army Granddaughter

Activity During WWII
Truck Driver Light 345.

William Wyman Stephens U.S. Navy National Archives

Ensign William Wyman Stephens, Status: KIA

From Fort Hancock, Texas

Maximo M. Almanza U.S. Army Ida Almanza, Daughter

Activity During WWII
Served In Paris, France In The Medic Area And Ambulance Company.

Arturo Castillo Hernandez U.S. Navy Artemio G. Luna, Relative

Activity During WWII
Served From 1943 To 1945. Took Troops And Personnel To Islands Being Invaded. Received The Presidential Unit Citation.

From McNary, Texas

Jim G. Perez U.S. Navy 118th Seabee Reunion Association

Activity During WWII
Served At Milne Bay, New Guinea; Isabela De Basilan And Subic Bay, Philippines.

WWII Casualties Army and Air Force

Gaddis, Herman C. 0-757636 2 LT DNB
Garner, Joseph H. 0-683435 2 LT DNB
Morales, Alfredo L. 18015532 S SG FOD
Ramirez, Lucas N. 38441440
PFC KIA
Robles, Vicente 38578723
PFC DNB
Sanchez, Angel R. 38215341
PVT DNB
Valles, Remigio D. 38441438
PFC DOW

KIA | killed in action
DOW | died of wounds
DOI | died of injuries
DNB | died non-battle
FOD | finding of death
M | missing