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Mr. and Mrs. M.S. TerBush received a telegram from their son, Linton, saying he had landed safely at Presque Isles, Maine.  Would be in a hospital there for a few days and then would be taken to another hospital for further treatment, but he did not know his destination.

[Source: Mayville Monitor 8 March 1945]

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Died at Covenant Healthcare in Saginaw, at the age of 84. He graduated from Mayville High School in 1941. He served his country in the Army from 1944-1945 as a PFC in the 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment as a light machine gunner and fought in the Battle of the Bulge. During this time he earned the Purple Heart. He was a farmer and carpenter in the Mayville area and from 1973-86 was a custodian at Mayville School.

(courtesy of "archivemaster")

Grave marker for Linton S. Terbush in Lot 108, Space 6, North Grove Cemetery, Caro (Tuscola), Michigan.



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