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    SEYMOUR GRADUATES IN WWII

    SEYMOUR GRADUATES IN WWIISeymour Graduates in World War II

    A plaque hangs in the military display on first floor of the museum. It was created late in WWII listing all the Seymour High School graduates serving in the military. When speaking with Seymour residents who graduated during the war years, they all mention that the young male graduates either worked on the farm or went in service. The 150 names on the plaque makes a person realize the impact the war had on area residents.

    Archiquette, Floyd
    Barth, Clarence
    Bauman, Robert
    Beckman, Francis
    Beckman, Willard
    Bernhardt, Laurent
    Beyer, William
    Blanshan, Dorothy
    Blanshan, Harold
    Blanshan, Ralph
    Brandenburg, Eldon
    Brass, Harry
    Brockman, Earl
    Brusewitz, Kenneth
    Bunkleman, Betty
    Capron, Jon
    Culbertson, Ira
    DeBruin Orville
    DeBruin, Lloyd
    Denny, Arnold
    Doersch, George
    Dombrowicki,Henry
    Dopkins, Harold
    Dopkins, Warren
    Druckrey, Melvin
    Eisenreich, Robert
    Falck, Beverly
    Feurig, Don
    Feurig, James
    Fischer, Leon
    Fisher, Elmer
    Fleming, Leo
    Foate,John
    Foley, Harold
    Ganzel, Lawrence
    Gavronski, John
    Gosse, Emil
    Groendahl, Raymond
    Grunwaldt, Albert
    Haase, Clarence
    Haase, Howard
    Haase, Joseph
    Hahn, Darrell
    Hallada, Franklin
    Hallada, Raymond
    Hawkins, Theodore
    Heiden, Floyd
    Hein, Robert
    Herning, Alan
    Huettl, Bernard
    Huettl, Joseph
    Huhn, Maurice
    Huth, Claude
    Jackson, Robert
    Kaphingst, Gordon
    Kaphingst, Robert
    Karweick, Claude
    Kellogg, Robert
    Keoppel, Austin
    Kimball, William
    Kneisler, John
    Koepp, Martin
    Kraft, Kenneth
    Krahn, Marvin
    Krzuscz, Zygmond
    Kuehne, Robert, Jr.
    Kuntsman, Elmer
    Kuntsman, Harvey
    Liebhaber, Franklin
    Liebhaber, Leroy
    Lubinski, Vernon
    Maas, Wilbur
    Marnocha, Orville
    Marnocha, Richard
    Masch, Ellen
    Masch, Lois
    Masch, Robert
    McBain, Rolland
    Melchert, Carl
    Melchert, Henry
    Mill, Robert
    Mill, William
    Miller, Robert
    Miller, Mack
    Mueller, Marion
    Nelson, Don
    Nelson, Lowell
    Ness, Willis
    Ohlrogge, Gaylord
    Ohlrogge, Gordon
    Pasch, Leroy
    Pauls, Alfred
    Peotter, Claude
    Piehl, Frank
    Ploger, Ralph
    Puls, Maynard
    Reed, Donald
    Reed, Gerald
    Reed, Lloyd
    Reed, Thomas
    Rettler, Norman
    Royce, Cecil
    Royce, Marvin
    Runge, Carlisle
    Rusch, Roger
    Rusch, Wallace
    Sasman, Cyril
    Sasman, James Lee
    Sasman, Ralph
    Schnabl, Frank
    Schneider, Everett
    Schroeder, Harold
    Schweger, Clement
    Scruton, Leonard
    Shepherd, Allen
    Shepherd, James
    Sherman, Colleen
    Sherman, Danforth
    Sherman, James, Jr.
    Sigl, Robert
    Silverwood, Robert
    Sperl, George
    Steward, Howard
    Stonis, John
    Storma, Ivan
    Stygar, Stanley
    Sutliff, James
    Svendsen, Jeanette
    Sylvester, Gordon
    Sylvester, Willard
    Talbot, Leroy
    Thiel, Vernon
    Timmers, Gordon
    Toeliner, Maynard
    Tubbs, William
    VanVuren, Keith
    Veitch, Malcom
    Wagester, Joyce
    Wagester, Leonard
    Weise, James
    Werner, Earl
    Werner, Marvin
    Wolk, Arthur
    Wolk, Robert
    Wussow, Carl
    Zey, Jerome
    Ziewacz, Lawrence
    Ziewacz,Carl
    Zuiches, Arthur
    Zuiches, William



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