SOLDIER’S PROFILE
Croucher,
Kenneth L

July 7, 1923 —

Army

102d Inf

Theater of Operation: Pacific

SOLDIER DETAILS

Served: February 22, 1943 — January 16, 1946

Killed in Action: No

Commissioned: Select One

Military Honors: Marksman Ship Medals, Purple Heart, Silver Star and several other medals and ribbons

Prisoner of War: Unknown

Gender: Male

Birthplace

Peterton, KS,

He served during WWII in the 102d Infantry. Later he served in the Army Reserve 733rd Trans. Co. which later became the 129th Heavy Trans. Co.. He earned many Marksman Ship Medals, Purple Heart, Silver Star and several other medals and ribbons. He was a definite credit to his country and loved his country dearly. He retired from the Army Reserve after 23 years. He was a proud husband and father to his wife Delpha and his children. He loved to hunt and fish. He volunteered for most anything that would help children. He was a Hunter Safety Instructor for many years.

This submission is honored by: Children Donald, Eldon, James Croucher, Lynda Caldwell