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Modern Era Photos of Men of The 508th (C - 4 of 4)
William Eugene "Bill" Clark
   Bill was Co A. 1st Sgt.  He was captured on D+8 and held in Stalag III-C until he and other POWs escaped near the end of the war.  He slogged 4,000 miles over the course of 2 months to reach American troops, and freedom, in Naples, Italy


Gerald F. Colvin
an officer but company is currently unknown


Fredrick Clingenpeel
(Co I)

John R. Coates
(
Med Det) holds photo of he and his sister taken in Nottingham in 1944 
[courtesy of Joe Conway]

John Coates
Co C Medic is honored on this veteran memorial card

George P. and Pauline Collins
(Co D)
Evan Confrey
(Co G)
Evan Confrey and John Majka
  
both Co G, and both from the Hartford, CT area stopped frequently at Bentley's as they drove south for winter respite.  When they realized that the manager,  David Crance, was a fellow 508er each stop became a story telling event.  John is shown here with his wife Grace.
Evan Confrey
and his daughter with David Crance [B Co. 1-508 Feb 1988 –Feb 1990] outside Bentley's Restaurant, Falls Church, VA.
Harold E. Confrey
(Co G, 508th RCT)
Gaston N. Connell
(Hq 1st)
Robert E. Cook
(Co E)
Robert Lee Cornett, taken in 1998.  (Personal History) Pasquale "Patsy" Corrado
(Hq 2nd)
[courtesy of Doris Albro]
Stella and Earl Cornwall (Svc Co)
Urvin W. Cox
(Co D)
Clemon C. Crain
in an undated, patriotic pose
George L. Crandal
(Svc Co)
Raymond Crouse
(Co C)
James H. Crowell
(Co B)


James P. Culley
(Co D)

Gordon H. Cullings
(Sept 2009) tries on a replica of his old Ike jacket presented to him by a friend
(courtesy Tom Kibler)
Johnny A. Currington
and daughter Rosalind in November 2006, a few months prior to his death.  Johnny served in both the U.S. Army and U.S. Navy, for a combined total of 20 years. He retired in 1976.
   Johnny's army service was as a parachutist. He was a member of Company G, 508th RCT and was stationed at Camp Chickamauga, Beppu, Japan and later at Fort Campbell during 1955-56.  After his retirement he lived in Ft. Lauderdale,  Rosalind is a retired Army 1st Sergeant!
 

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