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Houston G. Stubbs
Navy
Houston
G.
Stubbs
DIVISION: Navy
Jul 11, 1921 -
BIRTHPLACE: Grainfield, Kansas
THEATER OF OPERATION: American
SERVED: Feb 4, 1943 -
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HONORED BY: Sons John and Keith Stubbs

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Airman Cadet/SP(A)3rd Class Houston (Hugh) G. Stubbs of Grainfield, Kansas, enlisted in the Navy on February 4, 1943. His only brother, Gail E. Stubbs, was in the Army Air Force at that time and stationed at Maxwell Field, Alabama. In September of 1944, while training to become a pilot for the Navy, Houston received the news that his brother, Gail, was killed in action while flying aircraft Commander of a B-17 on a mission against the oil refineries and industrial targets in the area of Vienna, Austria. Three weeks later, his father, John J. Stubbs, suffered a heart attack and died. Houston was the only surviving son, therefore his flight training ended and he was assigned to the US Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois. He completed his service as an instructor at the Naval Training Station, Newport, Rhode Island. On July 5, 1945, Houston married his sweetheart, Louise M. Hough, at Topeka, Kansas. After the war ended, Stubbs returned to the family farm where he farmed, owned and operated Stubbs' Radio and TV Service, and was an Electronics instructor at Northwest Kansas Area Technical School, Goodland, Kansas. Houston and Louise had two sons, John Stubbs and Keith Stubbs and a daughter, Sheryl (Stubbs) Colvin. Stubb's service record includes: 1) Flight Prep School, Liberty, Missouri 2) Washburn Training School, Topeka, Kansas 3) Flight Prep School, Del Monte, California 4) Naval Air Station, Hutchinson, Kansas 5) Naval Air Station, Ottumwa, Iowa 6) Naval Air Training Base, Corpus Christi, Texas 7) US Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois 8) Physical Instructor School, Great Lakes, Illinois 9) Naval Training Station, Newport, Rhode Island. Awards: American Campaign Medal; World War II Victory Medal

Robert S. Stubbs Sr.
Marine Corps
Robert
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Stubbs
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DIVISION: Marine Corps
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HONORED BY: Brendan Stubbs (nephew)
John F. Sullivan
Army
John
F.
Sullivan
DIVISION: Army,
50th signal Battalion
Jun 1, 1920 - Nov 7, 1986
BIRTHPLACE: Malden, Massachusetts
HIGHEST RANK: Staff Sergeant
THEATER OF OPERATION: European
SERVED: 1942 -
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BATTLE: Normandy, Central Europe, Ardennes, Battle of the Bulge.
MILITARY HONORS: Honorable discharge.
HONORED BY: John D. Sullivan the son of John F. Sullivan
Gilbert J. Sullivan
Army
Gilbert
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Sullivan
DIVISION: Army
SERVED: Dec 19, 1942 -
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HONORED BY: Eisenhower Foundation
Thomas P. Sullivan
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Thomas
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Sullivan
DIVISION: Army
SERVED: Oct 26, 1943 -
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Jim C. Sullivan
Army
Jim
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Sullivan
DIVISION: Army
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Charles A. Sullivan
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Charles
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Sullivan
DIVISION: Navy
SERVED: Aug 13, 1945 -
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Oliver W. Sultz
Navy
Oliver
W.
Sultz
DIVISION: Navy,
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Jul 18, 1926 - Nov 10, 2007
BIRTHPLACE: Bartlesville, Oklahoma
THEATER OF OPERATION: Pacific
SERVED: Mar 17, 1944 -
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HONORED BY: Son Steven Ray Sultz

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American Area, Victory Medal, Asiatic Pacific (one star) Good Conduct Second Enlistment Date- November 15, 1945 Navy CNOB, Subic Bay P.I. Seaman First

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Guildhall Address, London, June 12, 1945