Private Co. C, 316th Engineers; Born July 10, 1895
Died June 5th, 1919. Was wounded at the Meuse-Argonne battle on Sept. 29, 1918, by a machine gun bullet fired from an airplane. After remaining unconscious for some time he regained consciousness and followed his company a full mile into action until he was seen by his captain and sent back.
Died as a result of the wound after he received his discharge. Received the following citation from General Johnson; "Although wounded, made heroic effort to continue fighting with his company."