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Berrien County, MI World War II Soldiers News, Aug 1945
Five Berrien Yanks Get Discharged Papers
FORT SHERIDAN, Ill., Aug. 4.---Additional Michigan soldiers discharged at the Separation Center here for Aug. 2-3 were:
Niles-----T/5 Carl G. Smallwood.
Decatur--Pvt. Ralph G. Adams.
Coloma---T/5 Lowell G. Kniebes.
Benton---Harbor--T/5 Fred W. Replogle; Pfc. Albert J. Treder.
Niles-----Pfc. Louis J. Kennedy.
Three Berrien Co. Marines Wounded.
Three Berrien county boys all members of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves, were included in today's list of Navy wounded.
They are: Pfc. George Thomas Dickson, Jr., son of George T. Dickson, Sr., route 2, Niles; Pfc. Richard Joseph Krysiak, son of Mrs. Teresa Goldfuss, Niles; and Pvt. William Arthur Dunis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marle J. Dunlap, Buchanan.
News-Palladium, Benton Harbor, MI 4 Aug 1945