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Eugene L. Loper

Master Sergeant, U.S. Army

32065403

60th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division

Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: February 6, 1945
Buried at: Plot C Row 7 Grave 23
Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery
Henri-Chapelle, Belgium
Awards: Bronze Star, Purple Heart, French Croix de Guerre

MASTER SERGEANT EUGENE LOPER, 26, of 209 Rhoades Avenue, Haddonfield NJ was killed in action on February 6, 1944.

      Eugene Loper had grown up in Mullica Hill NJ, and was a graduate of Glassboro (NJ) High School.. He worked in the insurance business in Philadelphia, and had lived with his aunt, Mrs. Roscoe V. Cramer in Haddonfield. He had entered the Army in 1941, and had seen action in the North African, Italian, and Normandy invasions. Besides his aunt, he is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Rue, of 119 Palermo Avenue, Atlantic City NJ.


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