US PARAS Coppersmith, Donald C.

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  • SURNAME
Coppersmith
  • FORENAME
Donald C.
  • UNIT
507 Parachute Infantry Regiment (HQ Company 2 Bn)
  • RANK
Private
  • NUMBER
36224913
  • DATE OF DEATH
5th July 1944
  • AGE
22
  • GRAVESITE
Normandy American Cemetery,France Plot A Row 14 Grave 34
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
from Green Bay,Brown County,Wisconsin
born October 1921 Wisconsin
son of Clarence and Margaret Coppersmith,815 Irvin Avenue,Green Bay,Wisconsin
husband of Marie (nee Ferry) Coppersmith (no children)
graduated East High School,Green Bay
unskilled worker,Northern Paper Mill,Green Bay
entered service 5.5.1942 Milwaukee,Wisconsin
award Silver Star
WIA 4/5.7.1944 Normandy
DOW Normandy
 
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