|Cecil Saul (#47388156)|
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Born 27 June 1925 1 mile NW of Glenn Cemetery, near Raddle IL. Third son, sixth (of 7) children of Fred and Edna (Grosvenor) Saul. I attended Logan Elementary School (1/4 mile north of Glenn)1930 - 1938, and Gorham High School 1938 - 1942). I joined the US Army Air Corps in June 1943 and became an airborne radio operator (Morse code) Seventeen years overseas in Latin America, Alaska, the Middle East & SE Asia. Retired as a Master Sergeant in December 1969. Glenn Cemetery is my thing! Now a shut-in in Longview, TX. If I can help you, just holler.|
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|Randy & Melissa Watkins||RE: Photo request|
I got a notice that you had sent me a message with the subject RE: Photo request but there is nothing in the message.
|C. Ann Carruthers||John Lattina|
I fixed the typo. Thanks, Cecil!
|Jacque Leehy-Dunning||Walter J. Porter|
I added Walter's obit. to his memorial and also linked him to his parents.
My great grandmother was a Porter.
|C. Ann Carruthers||Norma Moake-Downan|
I just made the changes. Let me know if it's o.k.
|Kaye Miller||Thank you|
Thank you for your military service, God bless you. I saw your token and note on Arthur "Mike" Gray's memorial page # 15314721 . I went to school with his daughter, Leslie. Today is his wife's birthday and I just left a token on her page. Thanks again for your military service.
|Kathy (McPhaul) Cather||Thank you!!|
Thank you for your SERVICE to our Country!! A Grateful Nation remembers, we are the Home of the Free BECAUSE of the BRAVE <3
|Robert Downen||RE: Jones Farm Cemetery|
Cecil, you might also check with Paul Hoyt on this website for your Saul relation in Jones Cemetery. I think Paul has recently visited the Cemetery. -- Robert Downen
|Janet Hill||RE: Laura Rednour Hill|
|Mike L.||Ralph Loflin|
Cecil, thank you for the note you left on my Uncle's memorial. Very nice of you.
Added by Mike L. on Apr 11, 2014 10:10 PM
|Vikki Seelig||RE: Headstone photo of Howard Melvin Needham.|
It was my honor and pleasure. Thank you for your service sir!
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