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107th Supply Train, Truck Co. B

1st LIEUTENANTS
Asbury H. Vale

SERGEANTS
William C. Stoveken
Frank M. Lane
Joseph Bartol
Edward L. Wold
George R. Stephenson
Charles W. Soukup
Frank W. Pearson

IDAHO

CORPORALS
Ernest W. Gresens 

ILLINOIS

PRIVATES
William L. Garner

IOWA

CORPORALS
Wesley Leroy McCalley
Leo F. Hooper
Henry W. Werner

MICHIGAN

CORPORALS
Bruce S. Goulder

PRIVATES
Anthony Abboni KIA 
Paul S. Rehs
Flemming J. Senecal
August Wolff
Vaban Yacoobian

MINNESOTA

PRIVATES
Earl M. Harding

PENNSYLVANIA

PRIVATES
S. V. Chesley

WISCONSIN

COOKS
Frank H. Tanking
Victor J. Novak

CORPORALS
Robert Francis Riley 
Allen Edward Williams 
Elmer William Williams
Clarence John White 

WISCONSIN - Continued

William H. Seltrecht
Hans T. Anderson
Thomas C. Weir
George T. Roskos
Henry Mathias Kleist
Louis E. Regnier
Barney Kujawski
Floyd S. Hill
Michael J. McGinn
Albert Louis Larsen
Russell W. Gibson
Otto Nelson
Ernest Albert Grabow
Ernest Bollon
Albert H. Anderson
Francis E. Anderson
Edward W. Schmidt
Hale R. Tolleth
Otto Mowrey
Arthur Christian Junker MIA 

PRIVATE 1/C
John J. Young

PRIVATES
Joseph Jake Marsolek 
Harry Peter Vanderburg 
George J. Schunk
Dominick Leonetti
Joseph Bizunowicz
John Fred McCutcheon
Norbert M. Tyson
Fred Jahnke
August Zura
O. Romanik
John Mitchell
Fred J. Mitchell
Peter Stoiber
Adam Wisniewski
Karl H. Hultenius
Rudolph A. Hultenius
Harvey Earl
Eugene C. Hart
Harold W. Bresnahan
Frank E. Hanna
John Budzisiewski
Lawrence Garglas
Lynn Anderson

RUSSIA
Peter Klepesky
Paul Sussa 

My Grandfather was Joseph Jake Marsolek, he was in the 107th supply train truck company B. He was a survivor and used to go to survivor meetings. My Grandfather changed our family name to Marshall after the First World War. His son my uncle, Raymond Joseph Marshall was also torpedoed in 1944 April on the ship SS Churubusco do you have any info on that as he never knew if there were any other survivors he is 82. I am his niece and am very proud to be related to these 2 wonderful men.

Jill Marshall
jill_at_timberridge{at}yahoo.ca
Jan. 24, 2008


My father Joseph Jake Marsolek had just finished 12 weeks of basic training at Camp MacArthur in Waco, Texas. He and other farm boys from Independence, Wisconsin enlisted together and were shipped overseas together. With only an 8th grade education, the Army looked better than staying on the farm.

Ray Marshall
MARSHALLAG{at}AOL.COM
Jan. 25, 2008


Interesting story about the sinking of the Tuscania my father, Harry Vanderburg, was one of the survivors. He was in the 32nd Red Arrow Division from Wisconsin.

Isabel (Vanderburg) Janovetz
quetip{at}netscape.com
March 20, 2009


My wife’s uncle, Frank Pearson, was one of the survivors of the Tuscania sinking. He passed away several years and we have kept his records of the Tuscania Survivors Club, including some photographs and so forth. If they are of interest to someone please contact us at my e-mail address above and we would be happy to share the information.
 
Terry Cochran
macdad08{at}gmail.com
December 24, 2012


I have some pictures that belonged to William L Garner Co. B 107th Supply Train and would like to post them on your web site, as you know my great uncle was on the Tuscania when she was sunk. I very much appreciate your web site.
 
Philp E. Moffitt
rpm1209{at}aol.com
February 13, 2013